Canada post cards - waterfalls collection
1. Niagara Waterfalls
2. High Falls
3. Wapta Falls
4. Mont Morency Falls
1. Niagara Waterfalls Postcard 2 cents
Panoramic aerial view of Niagara, showing the American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and the Canadian (or Horseshoe) Falls (the last with the tourist boat Maid of the Mist near the base). From the 1932 postal stationery view card set, with English heading – Webb’s P50d/view 303.
2. High Waterfalls Postcard 2 cents
High Falls, near Bracebridge, Ontario. From the 1932 postal stationery view card set, with English heading – Webb’s P50d/view 309.
3. Wapta WaterFalls Postcard 2 cents
Wapta waterfalls is located in Yoho National Park in British Columbia, Canada. From the 1932 postal stationery view card set.
Height of falls: 98 feet , Watercourse: Kicking Horse River
4. Montmorency Waterfalls Postcard 2 cents
Montmorency Falls, Canada 1931 PSC
The Montmorency Falls are located about 10 km east of Quebec City at the mouth of the River Montmorency, just in front of the Island of Orleans. The falls were named by Samuel de Champlain in 1613 after Henri II, duc de Montmorency who served as viceroy of New France from 1620 to 1625.
The falls are 76 metres high, the highest in the province and 27 metres higher than Niagara Falls. A cable car carries passengers up to the top of the falls. In the summer, an international fireworks competition is held here. With the falls as a backdrop, the show is spectacular.
Montmorency Falls in Quebec, from the 1932 postal stationery view card set, with bilingual heading – Webb’s P50e/view 257.