"The Niagara Belt Line. Around the Falls And Through the Famous Gorge [and] One Way from Buffalo, Tonawanda, Niagara Falls and Lewiston to Toronto. By The “Niagara River Route.” [in] New York Central Lines "Travel Series No. 9" Niagara Falls...", Railroad Companies, (Various)
Subject: Niagara Falls, New York & Canada
Period: 1912 (dated)
Color: Printed Color
4.3 x 8.5 inches
10.9 x 21.6 cm
This 32-page brochure published by the New York Central Lines contains two attractive foldout illustrations of the Niagara Falls area. The first is a panoramic view extending from Queenston to the Falls with landmarks identified in the margins including a whirlpool, Horse Shoe Fall, and the Toronto Niagara Power Company. Printed by Gies Co. in Buffalo. The second is a map extending from Lake Ontario to Lake Erie showing the course of the Niagara River. The map features illustrations of the Falls and a steamship along with the New York Central Railroad lines depicted in red overprinting. Folds into pictorial wrappers.
The Niagara Belt Line. Around the Falls And Through the Famous Gorge, (31.0 x 7.9").
One Way from Buffalo, Tonawanda, Niagara Falls and Lewiston to Toronto. By The “Niagara River Route.”, (7.6 x 23.4").
Condition code is for the two maps, which are clean and bright with a little wear along the fold lines of the first map. Text is very clean. Wrappers are lightly soiled with small chips along the spine and are nearly detached from the contents.