List of Postal codes in Carleton Place, Ontario


			

Address and location information
Country: Canada
Province/State: ON (Ontario)
City/Town/Area: Carleton Place
Postal/Zip code list:

Safe Landing - Carleton Place - Hot November day 2011
Safe Landing - Carleton Place - Hot November day 2011
Panoramio photo by: valleyboi63
summer lightning
summer lightning
Panoramio photo by: beek65
paddling with hunter
paddling with hunter
Panoramio photo by: beek65
Brown Tone Barn
Brown Tone Barn
Panoramio photo by: Mike Alexander
mississippi lake sunset
mississippi lake sunset
Panoramio photo by: beek65
Warm Day in the Fall
Warm Day in the Fall
Panoramio photo by: Peter Drinnan
Abandoned Ottawa Valley Railway tracks (OVR) built in 1881 as part of CPR trans-continental line through Smith Falls, Renfrew, Pembroke, Mattawa and to Sudbury. It built our nation from sea to sea. The rails from Renfrew to Pembroke were removed in 2011, and Mattawa to Smith Falls in 2012. It had 483 km. of tracks. Traffic is now routed through Toronto north to Sudbury. The used tracks were worth $50 million, it was worth more dead than alive! Some CEO probably got a big bonus for this.
Abandoned Ottawa Valley Railway tracks (OVR) built in 1881 as part of CPR trans-continental line through Smith Falls, Renfrew, Pembroke, Mattawa and to Sudbury. It built our nation from sea to sea.   The rails from Renfrew to Pembroke were removed in 2011, and Mattawa to Smith Falls in 2012.  It had 483 km. of tracks.  Traffic is now routed through Toronto north to Sudbury.  The used tracks were worth $50 million, it was worth more dead than alive!  Some CEO probably got a big bonus for this.
Panoramio photo by: Steve Manders
Ottawa Valley Railway (OVR) built in 1881 as part of CPR trans-continental line. Traffic is now routed through Toronto, north to Parry Sound and Sudbury. The rails from Renfrew to Pembroke were removed in 2011, Mattawa to Smith Falls in 2012. The used railway tracks were worth $50 million, more than the railway itself. These tracks built a nation. Looking north.
Ottawa Valley Railway (OVR) built in 1881 as part of CPR trans-continental line.  Traffic is now routed through Toronto, north to Parry Sound and Sudbury.  The rails from Renfrew to Pembroke were removed in 2011, Mattawa to Smith Falls in 2012.  The used railway tracks were worth $50 million, more than the railway itself.  These tracks built a nation.  Looking north.
Panoramio photo by: Steve Manders
Sunset
Sunset
Panoramio photo by: Sgt Brown
Park
Park
Panoramio photo by: ronjon2696
barons motel family owner
barons motel family owner
Panoramio photo by: abdu5666
Waiting for Mom
Waiting for Mom
Panoramio photo by: turcotw
Kayaking the Mississippi
 Kayaking the Mississippi
Panoramio photo by: pastorivan
Mississippi Run
Mississippi Run
Panoramio photo by: pastorivan
Highway 7 update
Highway 7 update
Panoramio photo by: RustyMule
Mississippi Loon
Mississippi Loon
Panoramio photo by: pastorivan
Mississippi Golf Course No. 17
Mississippi Golf Course No. 17
Panoramio photo by: gerenr
Calvary Pentecostal Church
Calvary Pentecostal Church
Panoramio photo by: pastorivan
Waterside Retirement Community
Waterside Retirement Community
Panoramio photo by: vivalife
Paddling at Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada
Paddling at Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada
Panoramio photo by: Reynoldsm
Little cabin in the City ...
Little cabin in the City ...
Panoramio photo by: valleyboi63
Panorama Behind the Olde Mill in Carleton Place
Panorama Behind the Olde Mill in Carleton Place
Panoramio photo by: valleyboi63
Misissippi River, Carleton Place On
Misissippi River, Carleton Place On
Panoramio photo by: beek65
Carleton Place - St.Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
Carleton Place - St.Andrewâs Presbyterian Church
Panoramio photo by: Eugene Paderine
Riverside park on Mill Street, Carleton Place, Ontario.
Riverside park on Mill Street, Carleton Place, Ontario.
Panoramio photo by: Richard Allen Everitt
The object of my interest here is the old Scottish/Irish style stone fence. There are many examples on Amherst Island, just west of Kingston, Lyn On. north of Brockville, 12 km. north of Madoc on # 62, at Franktown and the cemetary in St.Andrews, N of Cornwall. The top layer of vertical rocks makes climbing it difficult, but most are in front of houses and chruches, indicating that they were built for asthetics.
The object of my interest here is the old Scottish/Irish style stone fence.  There are many  examples on Amherst Island, just west of Kingston, Lyn On. north of Brockville, 12 km. north of Madoc on # 62, at Franktown  and the cemetary in St.Andrews, N of Cornwall. The top layer of vertical rocks makes climbing it difficult,   but most are in front of houses and chruches, indicating that they were built for asthetics.
Panoramio photo by: Steve Manders
Carleton Place - Mississippi River
Carleton Place - Mississippi River
Panoramio photo by: Eugene Paderine
Carleton Place - Historic Post Office
Carleton Place - Historic Post Office
Panoramio photo by: Eugene Paderine
Carleton Place, Stone Building Main Street
Carleton Place, Stone Building Main Street
Panoramio photo by: MagusMinor
October - Falls on Mississippi River, Carleton Place, Ontario
October - Falls on Mississippi River, Carleton Place, Ontario
Panoramio photo by: gerenr


Panoramio photo by: jreid004
Morning mist
Morning mist
Panoramio photo by: Tatyana Sirenko
Paddling at Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada
Paddling at Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada
Panoramio photo by: Reynoldsm
Paddling at Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada
Paddling at Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada
Panoramio photo by: Reynoldsm
Paddling at Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada
Paddling at Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada
Panoramio photo by: Reynoldsm
Paddling at Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada
Paddling at Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada
Panoramio photo by: Reynoldsm
Paddling at Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada
Paddling at Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada
Panoramio photo by: Reynoldsm

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