Toronto Power Generating Station - Horseshoe Falls - Niagara Falls

The old power house near the Horseshoe Falls, at Niagara Falls.
Toronto Power Generating Station at Niagara Falls

Looking toward the unused Toronto Power Generating Station building that is upriver from the Horseshoe Falls, at Niagara Falls. The power station was shut down in 1974, and has sit unused since. 

Photo taken: July 8, 2013, at Niagara Falls, Ontario.


  1. What an incredible capture, Tom! Awesome.

  2. Thanks a lot, ᙅYᙖᙓᖇ ᗪOᙅ™!

  3. That's very cool and interesting! Do you know if it is still used?

  4. Thanks, Shelly Gunderson. The power station is no longer used. It's been unused, I believe, since the 1970s. I watched a video about it that stated it was shut down due to the underlying bed rock starting to fracture from the intense vibrations from the power generators. I also read that it was shut down due to newer hydro plants being built in the Niagara Falls area.

  5. Here's a link to the video I watched on the power station. It's fairly short, just over 3 minutes. - Niagara Power Generating Plant


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