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The Telephone Exchange (White building) is headquarters for the turn-of-the-century telephone system used within the Village. Sherbrooke Village depicts a typical Nova Scotian village from 1860 to pre-WW1. With approximately 80 buildings, over 25 of those open to the public, most with costumed interpreters, it is the largest Nova Scotia Museum site. Visit the working woodturner shop, blacksmith, pottery shop, and printery. Built on an economy of ship building, lumbering and gold mining. Telephone Exchange, Pottery Shop, White Building, Site Visit, Nova Scotia, Blacksmithing, Abandoned, Buildings, Sweet Home

Telephone Exchange & Sherbrooke Village Office

The Telephone Exchange (White building) is headquarters for the turn-of-the-century telephone system used within the Village. See the set here: www.flickr.com/photos/whitebeard/sets/72157624326750797/w...

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Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia -Sherbrooke Village - Sherbrooke is regionally famous for being the home of Sherbrooke Village, an open-air museum. Sherbrooke Village employs the majority of residents in the area; estimated to around 100 full-time and seasonal workers. There are approximately 30 buildings including include a working blacksmith shop, a pottery shop, a water powered lumber mill (located off site), a tea room (restaurant), and several animal barns (sheep, horses, cows

Renova Cottage, built about 1850, belonged to S.M. Cumminger in 1871 and later, to Dr. Densmore. M.D., who practiced here until 1919. Sherbrooke Village depicts a typical Nova Scotian village from 1860 to pre-WW1. With approximately 80 buildings, over 25 of those open to the public, most with costumed interpreters, it is the largest Nova Scotia Museum site. Visit the working woodturner shop, blacksmith, pottery shop, and printery. Built on an economy of ship building, lumbering and gold… Pottery Shop, Site Visit, Nova Scotia, Landscape Photos, Blacksmithing, Buildings, Public, Museum, Cottage

Renova Cottage (Dr. Densmore)

Renova Cottage, built about 1850, belonged to S.M. Cumminger in 1871 and later, to Dr. Densmore. M.D., who practiced here until 1919. See the set here: www.flickr.com/photos/whitebeard/sets/72157624326750797/w...

Sherbrooke Village Old Fashioned Christmas. Old Fashioned Christmas, Nova Scotia, Around The Worlds, Vintage Christmas

Sherbrooke Village Old Fashioned Christmas. Nova Scotia.

Top Tourist Attractions in Nova Scotia - Trazee Travel Agriculture, Nova Scotia Travel, Cabot Trail, Puzzle Of The Day, Canada, Dollar, Le Moulin, Natural Resources, East Coast

Top 5: Tourist Attractions in Nova Scotia - Trazee Travel

The lengthy coastline of Canada’s second smallest province has more beautiful landscapes and attractions than you can possibly fit in during one trip. Here are the top five you need to see. Cabot Trail The Cabot Trail is a 300-kilometer drive down the northwest coast of Nova Scotia where the region’s largest mountains …

Be present in the past! Sherbrooke Village, Nova Scotia’s largest museum site, will be closing on October October 4th, Nova Scotia, The Past, Street View, Museum, Museums

Be present in the past! Sherbrooke Village, Nova Scotia’s largest museum site, will be closing on October 4th.

Photos of Sherbrooke Pioneers Village, Nova Scotia, 2008 Nova Scotia Travel, Pioneer Village, Travel Pictures, Canada, House Styles, Travel Photos

Nova Scotia Sherbrooke Village - Tatiana (travelways)

Photos of Sherbrooke Pioneers Village, Nova Scotia, 2008