Asphalt, Water Ripples and Stump, Farran’s Point, Ontario, Canada

Asphalt, Water Ripples and Stump | N 44.58.14 W 75.00.06 | Farran’s Point, Ontario, Canada




The King’s Highway No 2, mostly intact under the waters of the St Lawrence River, still connects the lost villages to each other. Here and there the asphalt rises above the surface on what are now islands in Lake St Lawrence. Near Dickinson’s Landing, there is a place where the old highway is used a boat launch and one could, if one wanted to, drive into the water.

Here several tree stumps are still rooted in the ground beside the highway near Farran’s Point, Ontario. Farran’s Point was named after Jacob Farrand, an officer in the King’s Royal Regiment of New York.


Asphalt, Water Ripples and Stump, Farran’s Point, Ontario, Canada

Asphalt, Water Ripples and Stump | N 44.58.14 W 75.00.06 | Farran’s Point, Ontario, Canada




The King’s Highway No 2, mostly intact under the waters of the St Lawrence River, still connects the lost villages to each other. Here and there the asphalt rises above the surface on what are now islands in Lake St Lawrence. Near Dickinson’s Landing, there is a place where the old highway is used a boat launch and one could, if one wanted to, drive into the water.

Here several tree stumps are still rooted in the ground beside the highway near Farran’s Point, Ontario. Farran’s Point was named after Jacob Farrand, an officer in the King’s Royal Regiment of New York.