This power plant began service in 1912 under the Wahnapitae Power Company, and was acquired by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario in April, 1930. It currently has two generators though it appears that at one point, it had a third.
The property is in active use and should probably be avoided.
Located on the Wahnapitae River, this station was originally opened in 1905. A second unit opened in 1907 and the third unit opened in 1915.
According to a write-up located on Ontario Power Generation's Site:
I decided to take a look at where good buses rest, get cleaned and fed, and where bad buses are cannibalized for the others.
These two were located right across from the main garage. There was a surprising amount of activity, but I suppose that's to be expected from a bus line running 7 days a week.
Interestingly, however, either no one took notice of me prowling around these derelicts, or perhaps they did, but just didn't care. In any event, it made for a fun shoot.
This particular generating station is located on the Wanapitae River and entered service in 1925. The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario acquired the plant from the Wanapitae Power Company in 1930. The station contains two generator turbines.
Originally constructed in 1901, this bridge is the only stone arch bridge in North America having masonry arches. The bridge was completely restored to its original state in 1984 allowing modern vehicle loads.
-Plaque on location