A Look Back at a Frozen Niagara Falls: Photos

Niagara Falls frozen over in winter, circa 1900. Archive Photos/Getty Images
Niagara Falls frozen over in winter, circa 1900. Archive Photos/Getty Images
A sole adventurer stands on an ice dome beneath the icicled Niagara Falls in a frozen wonderland, circa 1903. Buyenlarge/Getty Images
A sole adventurer stands on an ice dome beneath the icicled Niagara Falls in a frozen wonderland, circa 1903. Buyenlarge/Getty Images
A helicopter flies close to Niagara Falls, which is frozen with only a trickle of water coming from the falls circa 1951. Keystone/Getty Images
A helicopter flies close to Niagara Falls, which is frozen with only a trickle of water coming from the falls circa 1951. Keystone/Getty Images
Visitors view Niagara Falls in sub-freezing temperatures in Niagara Falls, New York February 17, 2015. REUTERS/Lindsay DeDario
Visitors view Niagara Falls in sub-freezing temperatures in Niagara Falls, New York February 17, 2015. REUTERS/Lindsay DeDario
The U.S. side of Niagara Falls after being partially frozen from a "polar vortex" that affected millions in the U.S. and Canada in January 2014. AP Photo/Nick LoVerde
The U.S. side of Niagara Falls after being partially frozen from a "polar vortex" that affected millions in the U.S. and Canada in January 2014. AP Photo/Nick LoVerde
Winter scene in Niagara Falls, Canada circa 1912. Toronto Star Archives/Getty Images
Winter scene in Niagara Falls, Canada circa 1912. Toronto Star Archives/Getty Images
The ice bridge at the base of Niagara Falls averages five to ten feet thick as Earl Lafferty, of the Niagara Parks Commission puts up a warning sign in January 1976. Toronto Star/Getty Images
The ice bridge at the base of Niagara Falls averages five to ten feet thick as Earl Lafferty, of the Niagara Parks Commission puts up a warning sign in January 1976. Toronto Star/Getty Images
Icicles hanging from the rock at Bridal Veil or Luna Falls, on the American side of Niagara Falls circa 1859. William England/Getty Images
Icicles hanging from the rock at Bridal Veil or Luna Falls, on the American side of Niagara Falls circa 1859. William England/Getty Images
Niagara Falls partly frozen, circa 1896. London Stereoscopic Company/Getty Images
Niagara Falls partly frozen, circa 1896. London Stereoscopic Company/Getty Images
Niagara Falls in winter, seen from Goat Island. Luna Island stands in the middle of the cascade, known as the American or Rainbow Falls, and Prospect Point can be seen in the background, circa 1859. William England/London Stereoscopic Company/Getty Images
Niagara Falls in winter, seen from Goat Island. Luna Island stands in the middle of the cascade, known as the American or Rainbow Falls, and Prospect Point can be seen in the background, circa 1859. William England/London Stereoscopic Company/Getty Images
A view of the Niagara Falls on the Canadian side frozen over due to the extreme cold weather in March 2014. Seyit Aydogan/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
A view of the Niagara Falls on the Canadian side frozen over due to the extreme cold weather in March 2014. Seyit Aydogan/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
Niagara Falls in winter, circa 1900. Archive Photos/Getty Images
Niagara Falls in winter, circa 1900. Archive Photos/Getty Images
The ice bridge over Niagara Falls extends into the distance in this winter photo postcard made in Niagara Falls, Canada, circa 1910 . Transcendental Graphics/Getty Images
The ice bridge over Niagara Falls extends into the distance in this winter photo postcard made in Niagara Falls, Canada, circa 1910 . Transcendental Graphics/Getty Images
Icebergs at the base of the American or Rainbow Falls, the section of Niagara Falls which lies in New York State, circa 1859. William England/London Stereoscopic Company/Getty Images
Icebergs at the base of the American or Rainbow Falls, the section of Niagara Falls which lies in New York State, circa 1859. William England/London Stereoscopic Company/Getty Images
Niagara Falls, New York in winter, circa 1890. J.S Johnston/The New York Historical Society/Getty Images
Niagara Falls, New York in winter, circa 1890. J.S Johnston/The New York Historical Society/Getty Images
A partially frozen American Falls in sub freezing temperatures is seen from Niagara Falls, Ontario in February, 2015. REUTERS/Lindsay DeDario
A partially frozen American Falls in sub freezing temperatures is seen from Niagara Falls, Ontario in February, 2015. REUTERS/Lindsay DeDario