Alexander Henry

CCGS Alexander Henry is a former Canadian Coast Guard light icebreaker and buoy tender that served on the Great Lakes from 1959 to 1984. In 1986, the vessel was handed over to the in , for preservation as a museum ship.

Landmarks in the Area

The Marine Museum of the Great Lakes is a small museum dedicated to marine history in the Great Lakes.

Queen's University at Kingston is a public research university in , Ontario, Canada.

Murney Tower is a Martello tower in , , , whose construction dates to January 1846.

St. George's Cathedral in , , is the cathedral church of the Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Kingston City Hall is the seat of local government in , Canada.

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Portsmouth Village is a formerly incorporated village in which was annexed to become a neighbourhood of , , in 1952.

Kingston Mills, located approximately 7 kilometres north of downtown , is the southern-most lockstation and one of 24 lockstations of the Rideau Canal system.

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