Stunning Images Of Niagara Falls In Winter Of 1885 [PHOTOS]
The summer is about to begin in Western New York and Southern Ontario and the warm weather is here! But all of us who grew up in the area know the cold and snow all too well and the history of the area always includes something about the snow we get.
Recently, images of Niagara Falls in the snow and cold in 1885 had been found and shared and they are incredible!
A Victorian traveller's previously unseen photo album that features remarkable images of a frozen Niagara Falls has come to light.
As far as the weather around here this weekend, it may be the perfect time to visit Niagara Falls. The HOT weather is back starting on Memorial Day, Monday and the cool mist of Niagara Falls is something that is always refreshing. We did the Ride for Roswell a few years ago and it was a hot day for sure. The ride route that we were on took us in to Canada and near the Falls and it was such a great experience to feel that mist on your body after riding 20 miles to get there.
We are blessed to have one of the Seven Wonders of the World right here in our own backyard. If you haven't been to Niagara Falls in a few years because of the pandemic, it is time to plan a trip with the family. Who knows, maybe your pictures will be seen over 100 years later!