Vertical air photograph: A27718-19
Flight height: 11,050 feet a.s.l.; lens focal length: 152.934 mm
Scale: 1:20,100 (approx.)
Date: June 14, 1992
Location: Townships 66 and 67; Ranges 29 and 30 WI
Map sheets: 1:250,000 63K Cormorant
1:50,000 K/13 Flin Flon
Of the lakes identified on figure 11.2, those that can be seen here are
The lakes and expanses of bedrock, often with steep slopes, made planning the city’s layout difficult; hard bedrock at the surface necessitated the building of water and sewage lines in insulated tubes above ground level. In some parts the “standard” grid layout was used 14, but in other areas curved roads exist 15.
Many often-intersecting linear features that are easily identified but not so easily interpreted complicate the photograph. Perhaps the best place to start is with the readily identified PTH 10 16 that swings to the north of the city entering from the north-northwest 17. It runs through the city centre 18, intersecting a prominent east/west road (
Another linear feature is the railway line 22 that enters from the south along the east
Residential areas are located east and south of the commercial district 31, east and north of
[i] For a ground photo see Young H. R. op. cit. 1996, figure 16.9, 241.