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This little church was built in 1755 and is one of the oldest buildings in Halifax.
Titanic graves at Fairview Lawn Cemetery in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
John Law Hume, violinist in the Titanic’s orchestra.
This cottage is one of the oldest houses in Halifax and dates to 1790.
Alexander Keith’s brewery on Lower Water Street in Halifax.
The Oland mansion on South Park Street.
Some photos taken in Point Pleasant Park. They show the Prince of Wales Tower, other fortifications and the memorials along the shoreline.
From my tour of HMCS Sackville.
Wm. Robertson & Son Ship Chandlery. This restored ship chandlers has been restored in its original location and is part of the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic.
The old Naval Dockyard Clock from 1772. It is now installed at the waterfront in downtown Halifax.
The ferry coming into dock. If you look closely at the name of the ferry boat you’ll notice that the name is spelled out in Morse code beneath the name.
A shop in Dartmouth.
Some more photos of my trip across the harbour to Dartmouth.
My trip to Peggy’s Cove. The Peggy’s Point lighthouse is the most photographed lighthouse in the world.
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