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    • Denise

      picture of frozen niagra falls-1911 | Niagra Falls 1911 - completely frozen | Photography

    • Jo Bowyer

      This picture was taken when Niagara Falls was completely frozen in the year 1911, a very rare photo - Awesome

    • Renata Bursten

      Standing on the ice of the completely frozen Niagara Falls, 1911. Surreal.

    • Brook Niebauer

      This picture was taken when Niagra Falls was completely frozen in the year 1911. A very rare photo.

    • Arthur Mouchet

      NIAGARA FALLS FROZEN It's hard to imagine the force of nature that is Niagara Falls ever coming to a dead halt, but as documented in this extraordinary picture, the falls were largely frozen solid . The picture is reputed to have been taken in 1911, but historically, the last time the falls completely froze was in 1886.

    • Heidi Westby

      This picture was taken when niagara falls completely frozen in the year 1911. WOW!!

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