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Before people got around in automobiles, Lewiston was a major Great Lakes destination
Throngs of passengers entering Lewiston
Pictured here is the steamship Cayuga at the Lewiston docks.
The Silo and terminal were built as one complex to accommodate steamers and passengers replacing earlier structures.
The Chicora, the Chippewa, the Cayuga and the Corona. This is the fleet of steamships that serviced Lewiston, owned by the Niagara Navigation Company, later to become the Canada Steamship Lines.
The Ongiara was one of the smaller boats on the river.
This image is of the ice jam of 1938. It destroyed the steamship docking facilities
This is a post card that shows the damage to the Great Gorge Railway Route after an ice jam backed up in the river in 1909.
This is a train car from the Great Gorge Route.
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The Silo Restaurant
Location: 115 N Water St
Mail: P.O. Box 1390
Lewiston, NY 14092-1390
Phone: (716) 754-9680
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