Historical Images

Interior view of Milk Cave

Item

Title
Interior view of Milk Cave
Description
LCN 10109954 ; Our Romantic Niagara
en-CA Used in the book Our Romantic Niagara by Albert H. Tiplin. Located on the U.S. side, the Milk Cave is a perfect example of the erosive power of running water. In this photograph, one can see the extent to which constantly running water has eaten away entire layers of Lockport Limestone. Milk cave is also known as "Buttermilk Cave" ;
Identifier
http://www.nflibrary.ca/nfplindex/show.asp?b=1&ref=oo&id=91109
Type
Still Image
Creator
New York Power Authority
Medium
Black and white photograph
Extent
10" x 8"
Is Part Of
Niagara Falls Heritage Foundation Collection
Date
1987
locator
11775
Subject
Caves
Geology - Niagara Falls
Rights Holder
NYPA (New York Power Authority) ;
Provenance
Courtesy of NYPA (New York Power Authority)
Spatial Coverage
United States - New York
Source
Niagara Falls (Ont.) Public Library
number
D11775
Format
Black and white photograph
Date Created
2003-06-20
Date Modified
2006-01-26