Category Archives: buildings

Fire trucks battling a house fire

Multiple fire trucks battling a house fire

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A forgotten fishing shed

A disused fishing shed slowly crumbling into a forgotten past

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Baccaro Point Lighthouse

Baccaro Point Lighthouse Located on the east side Barrington Bay, 2 miles from Port Latour, Baccaro point is the most southerly point of mainland Nova Scotia. Baccaro is the oldest place name in Nova Scotia. It comes from the Basque … Continue reading

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CFS Shelburne

Much of the former CFS Shelburne has been overgrown and vandalized since the station was decommissioned on 1 August 1994.

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Nova Scotia Lighthouse – Point Prim

Point Prim Lighthouse

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Fan-A-Sea

The fishing boat Fan-A-Sea in Dublin Shore

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A bit of Lahave

A fishing shed – Lahave

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A field of corn

Just a nice field of corn

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Delaps Cove fishing sheds

Fishing sheds in Delaps Cove

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The old warehouse

One of the old warehouses along the former railbed in Wilmot

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