Vertical air photograph: 8123-00-317
Flight height: lens focal length:
Scale: 1:10,000 (approx.)
Location: Township 10; Range 19W1
Map sheets: 1:250,000 62G Brandon
1:50,000 62G/13 Brandon
1:25,000 62G/13d Brandon (this map is very old, containing data from 1964)
Most cities and towns in
Golf courses are identified mainly on the basis of their shape; or more precisely the shape of individual holes with a long narrow fairway—usually light-toned because it is relatively dry—and a roughly circular green—usually dark-toned, because of dark green, well watered grass. The overall impression is fish like.
Shown on this photo is the City of
North of the
Also of note on this photo are the following:
a) two abandoned river channels in addition to the one already mentioned. One, named Lake Percy 14, contains water and once extended further west 15. The other is partly covered by woodland—dark-toned 16—and partly cleared for agriculture—light-toned 17;
b) small plots of land 18 associated with the Agricultural Research Station—off the photo to the north; and
c) an existing railway line (Canadian Pacific) 19 with an abandoned line just south of it 20.