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  • The Two Tallest Cement Poles in the World
        Two Tallest Cement Poles in the World, St. Catharines, Ont.
      Two Tallest Cement Poles in the World, St. Catharines, Ont.
  • The Two Tallest Cement Poles and Lock 3 of the Old Canal
        Old Welland Canal, St. Catharines, Ontario.
      Old Welland Canal, St. Catharines, Ontario.
  • Along the Welland Ship Canal
        The Welland Ship Canal, Niagara, Ontario. Date Unknown.
      The Welland Ship Canal, Niagara, Ontario. Date Unknown.
  • Two Tallest Cement Poles in the World
        A scan of a photograph showing the two tallest cement poles in the world, St. Paul Street, the Glenridge Arched Bridge and Lock 3 of the second Welland Canal, St. Catharines, Ontario. c1920.
      A scan of a photograph showing the two tallest cement poles in ...
  • The Old Welland Canal and the Tall Cement Hydro Poles
        A view of the Old Welland Canal and the tall cement hydro poles at Lock 3 as seen from the Glendale Avenue Fill, St. Catharines, Ontario. 1968.
      A view of the Old Welland Canal and the tall cement hydro ...
  • The “World’s Highest Concrete Poles”
        Twin spires of 150-foot concrete poles tower above Glenridge Fill.
      Twin spires of 150-foot concrete poles tower above Glenridge Fill.
  • The “World’s Highest Concrete Poles”
        The “World’s highest concrete poles”, which carried wires over the Welland Canal, being removed, St. Catharines, Ontario. Date Unknown.
      The “World’s highest concrete poles”, which carried wires over the Welland Canal, ...
  • Glen Ridge Bridge
        Old Welland Canal, and Cement High Level Bridge, from Glen Ridge, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.
      Old Welland Canal, and Cement High Level Bridge, from Glen Ridge, St. ...
  • The “World’s Highest Concrete Poles”
        The “World’s highest concrete poles”, which carried wires over the Welland Canal, St. Catharines, Ontario. Date Unknown. The Glenridge Bridge is visible in the background.
      The “World’s highest concrete poles”, which carried wires over the Welland Canal, ...
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