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Tower Information

Location: Cooper Hill
Signage: Labrador City
Built: 1965
Height: 14.63 meters
Capacity: 2,454,888 liters

Photo credit:
Town of Labrador City

Labrador City - Nfld. & Lab.
Photo © Town of Labrador City

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Area Information
The land that would come to be the communities of Wabush and Labrador City was first explored by AP Low in 1896. In the 1930’s, ore deposits were more thoroughly examined and, with the development of a railway from Knob Lake to Sept-Iles in the 1950’s, created a gateway to the trench for the mining industry.
- Early in the 1960s the town of Labrador City in western Labrador near the Quebec border, was built to accommodate employees of the Iron Ore Company of Canada and was incorporated in 1961. Labrador City and it's twin town Wabush are commonly referred to as Labrador West.

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