Tag Archives: Halifax

Samuel Cunard

Samuel Cunard – Halifax Waterfront The bronze statue of Samuel Cunard was erected in October 2006, beside the Ocean Terminal Wharves that were used by Cunard’s liners.

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Radio Controlled Trains – Wright’s Cove

Radio controlled trains – beware! There I was in town-town (the city, HRM…) with some time on my hands, so I decided to take a drive down Wrights Cove Road to see if I could get a glimpse of Wrights … Continue reading

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Halifax Harbour Ferries

Halifax Harbour ferries Viola Desmond and Craig Blake were built by A.F. Theriault & Son Limited in Meteghan River. Viola Desmond in 2016, and Craig Blake in 2015. Craig Blake in Dartmouth On May 3, 2010, 37-year-old Petty Officer Second … Continue reading

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Eastern Passage – Lobster traps

A stack of lobster traps stored at a fishing shack – Eastern Passage

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C-GFUR

C-GFUR, an Air Canada 2000 Airbus A330-343 taxiing at Halifax Stanfield International Airport.

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C-CKQI and C-CKQE

C-CKQI and C-CKQE C-CKQI and C-CKQE, a pair of Porter Airlines 2017  Dehavilland (Bombardier) DHC-8-402 turboprops at Halifax Stanfield International Airport.

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C-CKQI

C-CKQI C-CKQI, a Porter Airlines 2017  Dehavilland (Bombardier) DHC-8-402 at Halifax Stanfield International Airport.

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The donair

Behold – the donair. A Halifax delicacy that is both tasty and messy The Halifax donair was invented in the 1970s by Peter Gamoulakos. Donair meat is spiced ground beef that’s shaped into a large loaf and roasted on a … Continue reading

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Angus L. Macdonald Bridge

The Angus L. Macdonald Bridge is a suspension bridge crossing Halifax Harbour, connecting Halifax to Dartmouth. Another small, but significant, piece of Canada through the windshield…

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