Category Archives: history

Old Trenton Mill

The ruins of the old Trenton Mill – lower Trent River

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A Fading History

A fading history at a Nova Scotia cemetery

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The way it was – E&N track condition

A CPR Heavy Lock, circa 1923 – 1960 I’m a train geek, a rail fan, and a person that grew up with the Canadian Pacific Railway and the Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway on Vancouver Island. Between 1905 and 1999, the … Continue reading

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Fortress Louisbourg

Fortress Louisbourg on a snowy winter day

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Cumberland Ontario Museum

Cumberland Ontario Museum

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Fortress of Louisbourg

A winter day at the Fortress of Louisbourg

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A Snowy Day In Greenwood

A snowy day in the Air Park at the Greenwood Military Aviation Museum

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Deadman Junction Ranch

Deadman Junction Ranch, a created “ghost town”– Savona, BC

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CC-130 Hercules snow detector

The CC-130 Hercules at the Greenwood Military Aviation Museum

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Greenwood Military Aviation Museum – C-47 Dakota

C-47 Dakota in Search And Rescue (SAR) livery at the Greenwood Military Aviation Museum

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