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Tower Information

Location: 1084 Main Street
Signage: Port Rowan
Built: 1993
Height: 51.50 meters
Capacity: 1,816,000 liters

Port Rowan - Ontario
Norfolk County. Southwestern Ontario . Photo © Mark Visser

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Area Information
Port Rowan is in Norfolk County, Ontario on Lake Erie, adjacent to Long Point.
Port Rowan's earliest known inhabitants, from around the year 1000 until approximately 300–350 years later, were the Algonquin nation. The last significant native nation to occupy the area was the Mississaugas. The South Norfolk Railway reached Port Rowan in 1886. It was acquired by the Canadian National Railway, which operated it until 1965.
In 2001, Haldimand-Norfolk was dissolved into two separate single-tier counties. Port Rowan became part of the newly formed County of Norfolk. Wikipedia

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