The Niagara Falls are located on the Niagara River, which connects two of the five Great Lakes, Lake Erie and Lake Ontario. Collectively the waterfalls are named Niagara Falls. They consist of three different waterfalls. The American and the Bridal Veil Falls in the USA and the Horseshoe Falls in Canada.
The Niagara River marks the border between the USA & Canada. There are two distinctive cities. Niagara Falls Ontario, Canada and Niagara Falls New York, United States of America.
USA 1901, Niagara Falls.
In the foreground the Steel Arch Bridge, which was later renamed as the Whirlpool Rapids Bridge.
USA 1922/1934, Niagara Falls.
(The equal picture has been issued as stamp by the Marshall Islands in the year 2006)
The stamp exists with:
perforation 11; 10½
Canada 1935, Niagara Falls.
Cuba 1940, Niagara Falls in the background.
Potrait of José Maria Heredia y Campuzano (1803-1839).
USA 1948, Niagara Falls in the background.
The Niagara Suspension Bridge in the foreground.
The Niagara Suspension Bridge spanned 251 metres downstream of Niagara Falls from 1855 to 1897.
The Niagara Suspension Bridge was finally replaced by the Steel Arch Bridge, which was later renamed as the Whirlpool Rapids Bridge, on August 27, 1897.
Sharjah 1972, Niagara Falls.
J.F. Kennedy in the foreground.
USA 1972, Niagara Falls, Stationery Card.
Yugoslavia 1978, Niagara Falls.
Nikola Tesla monument at Goat Island, Niagara.
Nikola Tesla designed the first hydro-electric power plant in Niagara Falls.
The monument was a gift of Yugoslavia to the United States.
It was the work of Croatian sculptor Frane Krsinic.
Poland 1978 "Capex 78", Niagara Falls.
Portrait of Kazimierz Stanislav Gzowski (1813-1898).
Sir Kazimierz Stanislaus Gzowski was an engineer, who served as acting Lieutenant Governor of Ontario from 1896 to 1897.
Spain 1983, Whirlpool Aero Car at Niagara Falls.
Leonardo Torres y Quevedo (1852-1936), engineer.
The Whirlpool Aero Car located in Niagara Falls, Ontario.
It transports passengers over a section of the Niagara River refered to as the Niagara Whirlpool. It was built according to the design of the spanish engineer Leonardo Torres y Quevedo.
Sierra Leone 1987, Niagara Falls.
USA 1991, Niagara Falls, postal card.
Canada 1992, Niagara Falls.
St. Vincent & The Grenadines 1995, Niagara Falls.
Stamp issued in the sheet "The Grandeur of Nature".
Kyrgyzstan 1995, Niagara Falls.
The American and the Bridal Veil Falls (left) and the Canadian "Horseshoe" Falls (right).
The stamp was issued in the series "Natural Wonders of the World".
"Marilyn Monroe dance "Niagara".
The Niagara Falls are part of the illustration.
USA 1998, Niagara Falls.
USA 1999, Niagara Falls.