384a Lyndhurst Rd.
Ontario Tourism Region : The Great Waterway
Description From Owner:
- In Rear of Leeds & Lansdowne T., Leeds C. on Lyndhurst L. and C. Rds. 3 & 33, 55 km NE of Kingston.
- When iron was discovered here in 1801, Wallis Sunderlin won the right to build the first successful iron furnace in Upper Canada.
- The community that developed was first called Furnace Falls because of falls on the upper reaches of the Gananoque R.
- The post office opened in 1851 as Lyndhurst in honour of John Singleton Copley, Baron Lyndhurst (1772-1863), Lord Chancellor of England.
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