Gary Schotel

Gary Schotel

Posted on 09/01/2016


Photo taken on September  1, 2016


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The Murray Canal, Ontario

The Murray Canal, Ontario
A National Historic Site near Brighton.
Cutting straight through the narrow strip of land connecting Prince Edward County with the north shore of Lake Ontario, the Murray Canal is an 8 kilometre canal cut linking Lake Ontario with the Bay of Quinte. It was constructed between 1882-1889 to provide an alternative shipping route to the treacherous waters surrounding Prince Edward County.

Presqu'ile Bay will lead you to the Murray Canal and its two road bridges; Brighton Road Swing Bridge and Carrying Place Swing Bridge . There is a toll charge of $4.90 for boats navigating through the Murray Canal. A Seasonal Pass for the Murray Canal is also available for $53.90. Fees are collected at the Brighton Bridge. United States boaters need to clear Canada Customs if they have not done so. The phone number is 1-888-226-7277.

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Jaap van 't Veen
Jaap van 't Veen
Beautifully captured; stunning reflections.
Thanks for the info Gary.
13 months ago.