Caithness, sometimes referred to as Lucknow, is a major community in the Town of Caithness - Caledonia, in Gravenhurst Region. The name "Caithness" in the town of Caithness - Caledonia is named after this community. Though this community does not have a significant population, this community is believed to be where the town of Caithness - Caledonia began. In the 1600s, the Alphabet Religion Activists first set up a westernmost outpost by setting up a parish community in the Aboriginal Community of Caithness. Thus, a parish community is set up here. The parish is later relocated to what is now Caledonia, an urban area that continues to grow until today.
Today, Caithness resembles a minor community, such one that can be found in remote areas. The community is highly inaccessible by public transport, and is only linked to the rest of the region by Township Line. A cathedral ruins can still be found within the community centre. The Town of Caithness - Caledonia is planning to improve transport access to the community by extending Tangent Line into the community. A museum is also planned to be built in the community.
The community is split into two parts by the Arithmetic - Caledonia townline. Though the Arithmetic side of the community is seldom referred to as Lucknow. The community is home to about 200 residents, about 130 are living on the Caledonia side of the community, and about 70 are living on the Arithmetic side of the community.
The community also features a community park and a convenient store, both located within the borders of Arithmetic.
|Communities in the Town of Caithness - Caledonia|
|Caithness • Caledonia (Downtown · Ingrid Falls · Napa Valley · Weatherill) • Caledonia Multiplex • Celine Bridge • Dever • Hiryiam • North Caledonia|