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Tower Information
Signage: Beside ONR railway tracks
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Photo credits: Murray Dewing "Our Manitoulin"

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Moosonee - Northern Ontario
James Bay Lowlands. Cochrane District
Photo © Mark Visser

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Area Information
The Town of Moosonee is located on the west banks of the Moose River, a short 20 km's from the salt waters of the James Bay.
The community was the site of a fur trading post set up in 1903.
Moosonee is the railhead of the Ontario Northland Railway where goods are transferred to barges and aircraft for transport to more northerly communities.

Moosenee is isolated due to its lack of road access to the rest of Ontario.
The train is the only land transportation to Moosonee. The only other option is to fly.

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