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Table Rock, Canada side.

Scenes below Table Rock.

Below Table Rock.

Table Rock - summer. Niagara.

Table Rock from below, Niagara.

Table Rock, from above.

Below Table Rock, winter.

Table Rock, Canada Side.

Table Rock, looking down the River, Niagara.

Table Rock, Niagara Falls.

Below Table Rock, looking down.

Table Rock from the Horse Shoe Fall. Clifton House in the distance.

View down the river from under Table Rock.

Niagara. Below Table Rock in winter.

Table Rock, looking down.

The American Fall, from back of Table Rock.

Table Rock, looking down, in winter.

Table Rock, looking down, in winter.

Niagara in winter, Crystal Cave below Table Rock.

Au Sable Chasm. From Table Rock, looking up.

Below Table Rock, winter.

The king of the icicles, below Table Rock.

Table Rock from above, Niagara, N.Y.

Table Rock and Horse Shoe Falls, Niagara.

Below Table Rock, winter.

Under Table Rock, Winter, Niagara, N.Y.

Au Sable Chasm. Table Rock, looking up.

Below Table Rock, winter.

Table Rock, looking down.

Table Rock, Canada Side.

Looking down Boat Ride from Table Rock.

Niagara, Table Rock and part of Horse Shoe Fall in winter.

Below Table Rock, winter.

The Horse Shoe-Fall, from under Table Rock.

Remains of Table Rock, winter.

Below Table Rock, winter.

Remains of Table Rock.

Horse Shoe Fall and remains of Table Rock.

Icicles under Table Rock, Clifton House in distance.

Below Table Rock, win[t]er, Niagara.

Below Table Rock, winter.

Table Rock, Canada Side.

Below Table Rock, winter.

Below Table Rock, in winter, Niagara.

Horse Shoe Fall and remains of Table Rock.

Table Rock.

Table Rock from below, Niagara, N.Y.

Looking up the Chasm from cliff opposite Table Rock, Ausable Chasm, N.Y.

Table Rock, Canada Side.

Table Rock, looking down the River, Niagara.

The king of the icicles, below Table Rock.

Icicles under Table Rock, Clifton House in distance.

Under Table Rock.

Below Table Rock, looking down.

Icicles below Table Rock.

Below Table Rock, winter.

Niagara, Table Rock and part of Horse Shoe Fall in winter.

Icicles under Table Rock, Clifton House in distance.

The Horse Shoe Fall, from above Table Rock.

The Horse Shoe-Fall, from Table Rock.

Table Rock, looking down the River, Niagara.

Table Rock and Clifton House.

Table Rock, looking down the River, Niagara.

Down the River, from under Table Rock, Niagara.

Below Table Rock, winter.

Icicles below Table Rock.

Niagara, edge of Table Rock in winter.

Table Rock and part of Horse Shoe Falls.

Remains of Table Rock.

Niagara Falls, Table Rock.

Ausable Chasm. The bridge at Table Rock.

Niagara Falls. Table Rock, winter.

Niagara - The Horse Shoe-Fall, from Table Rock.

Table Rock, Niagara Falls.

Table Rock, from Horse Shoe Fall, Niagara.

Icicles under Table Rock, Clifton House in distance.

Niagara in winter, Crystal Cave below Table Rock.

Below Table Rock, winter.

Under Table Rock, Winter, Niagara, N.Y.

Niagara, edge of Table Rock in winter.

Horse-shoe Falls from under Table Rock.

Cathedral Rocks and Table Rock from above, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Table Rock.

View down the river from under Table Rock.

Below Table Rock, win[t]er, Niagara.

Table Rock from below, Niagara, N.Y.

The Horse Shoe Fall, from above Table Rock.

Table Rock, from Horse Shoe Fall. Clifton House in the distance.

Down the River, from under Table Rock, Niagara.

Niagara - The Horse Shoe-Fall, from Table Rock.

Table Rock.

Niagara - The remains of Table Rock and Horse Shoe Fall.

Table Rock, Canada Side.

Table Rock, Niagara.

Below Table Rock, win[t]er, Niagara.

Below Table Rock, winter.

Ice Monuments on Table Rock.

Table Rock.

Au Sable Chasm. The Sentinel and Table Rock.

Niagara - The Horse Shoe-Fall, from Table Rock.

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