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Murney Tower

Located in: Kingston
Location #1418
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Location Owner:rcouper
Creation Date: 4/17/2010
Last Updated: 4/17/2010



Description

Unlike Schoal Tower ~ that was just recently open for public viewing after 125 years ~ Murney Tower has been renovated back to original state & open as a Museum.
Built in the early 1800's - as a defense for the Capital of Upper Canada - Kingston.



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Status: Abandoned
Category: Military


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Murney Tower
Created on:6/30/2010
Created by: rcouper
20 photos


canuck1984 says:
6/8/2012 2:11:02 AM

Great place to see if you happen to be coming through Kingston. Very cheap admission last time I was there.

mrgbigg says:
4/2/2012 2:00:48 AM

IV been to fort frederick tons of times. There's a small mettle door you can enter well going into the powder stores outside and in it is the service numbers of former rmc cadets dating bake to the 50s.

cocainecowgirl says:
5/1/2010 5:35:43 PM

Looking good. I went here when I attended 8th grade at Cullen Park (L.C.V.I.). Also got to stay overnight and live as a soldier at Fort Henry.

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