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Discussion in 'Travel Stories' started by scifan57, Jul 7, 2019.
Some old houses, now used as commercial buildings.
Henry House from 1835. It’s the second house in my previous post.
Flowering Dogwood tree in the Public Gardens.
Titanic graves at Fairview Lawn Cemetery in the north end of Halifax. Most of the headstones have no name, only a number and the date of death. Some families paid for fancier headstones.
John Law Hume, violinist in the Titanic’s orchestra.
Enjoying the pics of Halifax - did not see much of the city on our Nova Scotia-PEI visit - lost a day because our plane was late into Boston Logan Airport and the earliest flight to Halifax was the next morning, so stayed overnight at the airport - we had planned a full day to tour around Halifax. Dave
I’ll take the tour for you.
Some more photos from the Public Gardens.