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The houses of Nova Scotia

One of the abandoned houses of Nova Scotia – Annapolis Valley

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The houses of Nova Scotia

One of the houses of Nova Scotia – a rather sad winter scene

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A bit of Harmac

An abandoned car wash station on Phoenix way, the access road to the site of where the Western Forest Products Ltd. Island Phoenix Sawmill was. That’s was, as in they shut it down, took it down, and took it away. … Continue reading

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Bevan – No. 7 Coal Mine

Nature recovering the ruins of the No. 7 Coal Mine in Bevan

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One of eleven – Jordan River

One of eleven – Jordan River There were eleven houses in Jordan River, all located in a tsunami inundation zone, and in the middle of the flood plain if BC Hydro’s Bear Creek dam were to fail. BC Hydro offered … Continue reading

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Vanishing Vancouver Island

Just an old house – one of many buildings that are fading away and vanishing

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Vanishing Vancouver Island

Just an old house – one of many buildings that are fading away and vanishing

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Abandoned

An abandoned house – or is it just empty not likely to be filled again?

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Abandoned house

An abandoned house – devoid of occupants but full of memories

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The abandoned camp – the bright series

The abandoned camp – Comox What I thought was an abandoned camp was actually CAMPA, with the signs missing the trailing “A”. Ray Mcglashan founded the Courtenay Academy Of Music And Performing Arts Ltd (CAMPA) in 1972.

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