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A cold winter night in Ottawa, standing on the grounds of the Parliament Buildings looking toward the statue of Wilford Laurier, the War of 1812 monument and the Chateau Laurier.
A view of the former Nova Scotia Textiles factory in Windsor
There’s a bit of history about 100 meters south of Highway 100 – to be precise, it’s located at Mile 33.19 from Windsor Junction on the Halifax Subdivision of the Dominion Atlantic Railway. That’s smack dab in Falmouth, sort of… … Continue reading
I was camping across the road in the CRD campground in Jordan River, and did a bit of exploring at the abandoned building that were the headquarters for the Western Forest Products Jordan River logging operations. The buildings are slowly … Continue reading
I shot some stills of the old concrete products plant just south of the weigh station on Highway 1, near Duncan. I’m glad I did, as it was subsequently demolished. The now gone, long abandoned concrete products plant
A McCormick-Deering and a Cockshutt tractor at the Nova Scotia Antique Engine & Tractor Association summer show.
In September 1863, Alexander Keith laid the cornerstone for Keith Hall, his new three-storey home on Hollis Street, just behind his brewery. Keith Hall – Halifax On 17 January 1985 Keith Hall was recognized as a Historic Place under the … Continue reading
Margaretsville Lighthouse The light is on, and then the light is off – in a pattern that is unique in this area to help mariners identify the lighthouses they see. Margaretsville Lighthouse
HMCS Sackville (K181) – Canada’s oldest warship HMCS Sackville is the last of Canada’s 123 Flower-class corvettes, one of many convoy escort vessels built in Canada and the United Kingdom during World War II. In 1988, Sackville was designated a … Continue reading
Just some old trucks and an old car on Highway 331 heading to Lahave Islands. I stopped and looked – of course I did.