Visit to the Falls
For those without vehicles, getting out of the city presented a challenge during the hot summer months. Two popular excursions at the time were taking the ferry
|Cayuga steamship which travelled between Toronto & Queenston Heights|
The Cayuga steamship travelled daily between Toronto and Queenston Heights on the Niagara Peninsula throughout the 1940s. The trip took approximately two hours, depending on the weather. Evening entertainment and refreshments were available to pass the time for the travellers.
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