New London, an unincorporated area, is located in Queens County in the central portion of Prince Edward Island, NE. of Kensington. Its precise location is N 46°28', W 63°31'.
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Aerial photography courtesy of AirScapes. All aerial photographs are available for sale, as prints or slides; please contact AirScapes for details. You can also see a complete list of aerial photographs of the Island.
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Our community photographs collection includes selected photos of schools, churches, parks, and other public buildings, areas and events. We are constantly adding to our collection, and welcome your suggestions.
|French River Lighthouse|
Credit: Copyright 2002 Pierre McKenzie Quebec City
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|Farm in New London|
Credit: 2009 Stella Hagen
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|New London Fire Community Station|
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|New London Anglican Church|
Credit: 2010 Rachael Macaulay
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|Visitors Guide Listings|
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|The Geography of New London|
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display maps of New London and area.
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New London falls inside the Statistics Canada
census subdivision of Lot 21. They have detailed statistical information available
for the Lot 21 census subdivision for the following categories:
Education,Ethnicity,Family,Income,Labour Force,Population, and Shelter.
Information courtesy Statistics Canada.
|History of the Name|
The official history of the geographic name New London (which can be somewhat technical, we admit):
New London (Awtt., P.O.) was adopted in Place Names of PEI, 1925.Status confir med 2 August 1944 on 11L/5.Status changed to Hamlet in 1960 Gazetteer.Status changed to Locality 23 October 1989 on 203-8. Name in use in 1775.(Place Names of PEI, 1925).
Information courtesy Geomatics Canada .