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Lansdowne Heritage Walking Tour

Train mural in Lansdowne
Directions: 

Click here for directions to the Lansdowne Heritage Walking Tour
*Note: Directions lead to map coordinates (in longitude/latitude)

Also, visit http://www.ltihistoricalsociety.org/walkingtour.html for a list of addresses and descriptions of the historic sites in Lansdowne.

Difficulties: 
Low

For more information contact the Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands:
Phone: (613) 659-2415 or 1-866-220-2327
Website: http://www.leeds1000islands.ca/

Lansdowne is a small community located in the Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands on county road 3. It was named after the Marquis of Lansdowne. Lansdowne was a stopping point on the stagecoach trail between Kingston and Montreal to provide to the needs of weary travelers. The community prospered until the Grand Trunk Railway opened in 1856.

Relive history by visiting the old churches, schools, or hardware stores that you will find along this route. You can start at any location you wish and stroll through Lansdowne.

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