Harbour Light Campground at Pictou, Nova Scotia, Canada

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Welcome to Pictou County, Nova Scotia

Welcome to Pictou County, Nova Scotia

Sunset, kayaking, near River John, Nova Scotia, july 19, 2008

Sunset kayaker, The Cottage, River John, Nova Scotia, july

The barque "Gazelle" was built at River John, Pictou County, NS, Canada. She was 999 tons net and was the last square-rigged ship on the Pictou register. She was mostly in the South American trade and on one occasion her whole crew died of yellow fever in Santos, and a new crew had to be found to take her out. This picture was taken in 1901 or 1902 and shows the barque hauled out on Yorstan Bros. slip in Pictou. In 1903 she was sold to a Russian firm and passed off the Pictou register.

The barque "Gazelle" was built at River John, Pictou County, NS, Canada. She was 999 tons net and was the last square-rigged ship on the Pictou register. She was mostly in the South American trade and on one occasion her whole crew died of yellow fever in Santos, and a new crew had to be found to take her out. This picture was taken in 1901 or 1902 and shows the barque hauled out on Yorstan Bros. slip in Pictou. In 1903 she was sold to a Russian firm and passed off the Pictou register.

The Tatamagouche Area Trails Association manages this trail on provincial crown property. This trail is continuous with rail trail sections in Pictou County and Cumberland County.

The Tatamagouche Area Trails Association manages this trail on provincial crown property. This trail is continuous with rail trail sections in Pictou County and Cumberland County.

Caribou-Munroes Island Provincial Park in Pictou County is a wonderful place for a coastal hike. Read about it by clicking on this pin.

Caribou-Munroes Island Provincial Park in Pictou County is a wonderful place for a coastal hike.

When tides rise and push into the St. John River gorge, actually reversing the river’s flow, it’s a rare marvel you don’t want to miss

Navigate the rapids, Saint John, New Brunswick Canada * The Reversing Rapids is a unique phenomenon created by the collision of the Bay of Fundy's monstrous tides and the mighty St.

1820 - 1920. A Century of Industry on the North Shore of Nova Scotia: Wallace to River John #riverjohn

1820 - A Century of Industry on the North Shore of Nova Scotia: Wallace to River John

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Downtown River John, depicting an early dealer for Sherwin Williams paint.

Downtown River John, depicting an early dealer for Sherwin Williams paint.

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