Copyright Notice: I hold copyright on my original writings and photographs, which you will find on this site. You are hereby granted a license to make respectful use of the photographs (those that I have taken) for non-commercial purposes, so long as credit to Roger Kenner as photographer and a link to this site is included. Anyone wishing to use any of my photographs for any commercial (against remuneration) purpose, be it profit or non-profit, must contact me for an extended license.
The Lachine Canal Bicycle Path has been a perennial feature of my cycling experience since its opening back in the early 1980s. There has not passed a Summer since that I have not ridden along parts of this path at least once. It has served as the first leg of many of my longer trips, including the cold, rainy morning of my first adult long-distance ride in 1990.
This Lite Version does not contain much of the material I amassed for my own personal copy, as it belongs to other sources and cannot be presented by me on the Web. Below is the original description of contents
Below are four treatments of the Lachine Canal. In the first are 'studies' I have made, including historical maps, historical photos, the original bike trail plans, and Parks Canada maps from both before and after the recent renovations. In the 'Composite' section I have pulled some of this material together with my own photos and commentary, treating the Canal section by section. Under 'Rides and Visits' are the same photos, arranged as they were taken. Finally, under 'Supplementary Materials' can be found supporting information from various sources.
|Composite View of Canal|
|Rides & Visits|
My Lord Jesus Christ receive my thanks for his constant companionship, help, guidance, and protection, without which I would never have been able to accomplish what I did.
Prepared by Roger Kenner
December 2002; March 2003; April 2003; Lite Version: January, 2004