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Aultsville, Ontario, Canada
Looking East to West along the King’s Highway No 2 one sees a creek bottom spanned by a bridge on Aultsville Road. Originally a loyalist settlement, in the modern era Aultsville was a port town with regular ferry service to Louisville Landing, NY before the construction of the International Bridge at Cornwall in 1934. With 400 residents it was one of the larger communities inundated by the Seaway.