The Ruins of Fort Erie
The Ruins of Fort Erie.
This fort stood on the Niagara River, Canada side, near Lake Erie. In the War of 1812 it was taken and occupied by the U.S. soldiers for a time. When pressed by the British, they blew the fort up and retreated across the river. The fort was never rebuilt. The ruins of the fort are very imposing.
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