Town of Arnprior - shows streets, lots, concessions, Madawaska River & Ottawa River and areas of interest such as the Arnprior Exhibition Park & Race Course, R. C. Oblate Fathers, Future Seventh Avenue, etc. A red line has been marked on the plan showing extent of the municipality at that time.
This is sheet 2 of 8 sheets of Arnprior. Handwritten title "Nopoming Game Sanct.". Map shows the area of Arnprior eastward from Bridge St. and Second Ave. along the Ottawa River and Hwy 17 (now Madawaska St.). Shows the land contours, marshes and gravel pits. Includes a pencilled-in Floating Platform located in the Nopoming Game Preserve. The CN Railroad is shown, including a spur line to the Playtex Park and another spur line to the stock yard.
Map of Arnprior showing the older section of the Town. Streets are named and lots are numbered. Affixed to the map is an instruction sheet from the Arnprior and District Historical Society dated 1994 giving study project instructions for the map.
This is NOT a duplicate - could not find in any other collection
Dept of Energy, Mine & Resources. Compiled by J.A. Rayburn. (1964)
paper - coloured
Size: 72 x 60
Scope and Content
Index of names (places, settlements, terrain, and hydrographic) of Renfrew County. Yellow highlighter markings by Peter Hessel, points out some German and Kashubian (Polish) place names and settlements. Adjacent counties in Ontario and Quebec also shown.
Map is a companion to Rayburn’s Geographical Paper No. 40 (Place Names of Renfrew County).
In McNab Township, shows Liffey Creek, Locha, Ryan Creek, Flat Rapids, and Waba Creek.
Shows town of Renfrew, western part of McNab Township, Bagot, Blythfield, Admaston, & Brougham. McNab place names such towns. hamlets, rivers, lakes, islands, and bays. In White Lake shows Trailer Park, Marina, Museum and cemetery.
Shows town of Renfrew, western part of McNab Township, Bagot, Blythfield, Admaston, & Brougham. McNab place names such towns. hamlets, rivers, lakes, islands, and bays. Shows part of Trans Canada Hwy west of Arnprior under construction.