An oversize albumen photograph of a carriage on a narrow bridge with the rising spray from Niagara Falls visible in the distance. I am reasonably confident that this a bridge connecting Goat Island to the river bank on the American side or possibly a bridge connecting Goat Island to one of the Three Sisters. It was likely taken and printed by George Barker, though no title or name is on either the front of the image or on the back of the mount. The image is 16 inches (40.5 cm) tall by 19 inches (48.5 cm) wide. The card it is mounted to is 19 ½ by 25 ½ inches and the mat is 28 by 30 1/8 inches.
Condition: slight surface wear to the image. The card is soiled and wavey. The mat I think is acid free and quite a bit later has some spots.
An interesting image that is probably rate because the demand for it at the time was very low.