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Tower Information

Location: Hwy. 36 @ Colborne St.
Signage: Lindsey
Built: 1955 by Horten Steel Works
Refurbished in early 1990s
Capacity: 2,272,000 liters

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Lindsay - Southeastern Ontario
City of Kawartha Lakes. Photo © Mark Visser

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Area Information
Lindsay is a community on the Scugog River in the Kawartha Lakes region, Ontario. It is approximately 43 km (27 mi) west of Peterborough. With the arrival of the Port Hope Railway in 1857, the town saw a period of rapid development and industrial growth. The first railway to arrive in Lindsay was the Port Hope, Lindsay & Beaverton Railway (PHL&B), originally chartered in 1846 as the Peterborough & Port Hope Railway. Lindsay’s second railway began as the Fenelon Falls Railway in 1871, changing its name to the Lindsay, Fenelon Falls & Ottawa River Valley Railway, and then to the Victoria Railway. Lindsay’s third railway was the Port Whitby & Port Perry Railway. Wikipedia

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