Tag Archives: Lunenburg County

Lahave

Just some old trucks and an old car on Highway 331 heading to Lahave Islands. I stopped and looked – of course I did.

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Lahave fish boats – Stephanie & Jane

Stephanie & Jane at Bush Island Harbour – Lahave Islands

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Lahave fish boat–Billy & Sisters

  Billy & Sisters at Bush Island Harbour – Lahave

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Lahave cable ferry

The Lahave cable ferry crosses the Lahave River to connect Highway 331 in Lahave and Highway 3 in East Lahave. It was a nice short cut for me to head from Crescent Beach and onward to Lunenburg and Chester. The … Continue reading

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Martins River train bridge

The old railway bridge about 150 meters off the Lighthouse Route allows users of the Dynamite Trail to cross over the Martins River and Shingle Mill Road. The Dynamite Trail is a 10km section of a former rail corridor running … Continue reading

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Balsam Fir

The needles and cones of a Balsam Fir – Jenkins Island

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Lahave fishing boats

From front to back – Stephanie Jane, Ramble Around, and Jordan B at Bush Island Harbour – Lahave Islands

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Primo and Polar Prince

Primo and Polar Prince in Lunenburg I love to research wonderful things such as history, and the name and details of ships. Presenting fundamental information is part of being a photojournalist, and  is as important as the photograph itself. There … Continue reading

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Primo

Primo in Lunenburg Primo was built in by 1964 as a trawler for St.Lawrence Sea Products Co. She was subsequently purchased by Amos Brannan & Sons Ltd in 1977, Fishery Products International Ltd in 1988, and Dawson Moreland & Associates … Continue reading

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A lobster fishing shed

A lobster fishing shed – Bayport, on the Lower South Cove

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