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Prince Edward Island: PlaceFinder Tyne Valley, Prince Edward Island

Tyne Valley, a village, is located in Prince County in the western portion of Prince Edward Island, S. of Ellerslie. Its precise location is N 4635', W 6356'.

This page is a comprehensive index of all of the information on our website related to Tyne Valley. You can also search for information on other communities.

Municipal Government Information

The Municipality was incorporated in 1966 and has a population of 222.

Telephone: (902) 831-2938
Address: PO Box 39, Tyne Valley, PE, C0B 2C0
Meetings: At the call of the chairperson.
Office Hours: No fixed hours.

Aerial Photographs

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.

Corner Store

Corner Store
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Community Photographs

Our community photographs collection includes selected photos of schools, churches, parks, and other public buildings, areas and events. .

Stewart Memorial Hospital

Stewart Memorial Hospital
Credit: (C) 2011 Brian Simpson
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Stewart Memorial Hospital

Stewart Memorial Hospital
Credit: (C) 2011 Brian Simpson
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Visitors Guide Listings

Our Visitors Guide is a complete vacation planning manual.

The Geography of Tyne Valley


You can use our interactive maps to display maps of Tyne Valley and area.

Click on the map link: Show Map

Driving Distances and Times

To find driving distances and times from other locations, consult the distance chart for Tyne Valley.

Statistical Information

The PEI Community Accounts has information about Tyne Valley.   Community Accounts provides a comprensive source of community, regional, and provincial data on social, environmental and economic topics

Information courtesy of Community Accounts

Tyne Valley falls inside the Statistics Canada census subdivision of Lot 13. They have detailed statistical information available for the Lot 13 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 Tyne Valley (which can be somewhat technical, we admit):

Tyne Valley (Village, P.O.) was adopted in Place Names of PEI, 1925. Tyne Valley (Village) was confirmed 2 August 1944 on 11L/12. Incorporated as a Village in 1 966.Status changed to Community in 1983 by the Municipalities Act. Named about 1874 by James Rogers. (PN of PEI, 1925)

Information courtesy Geomatics Canada .

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