Angus L. Macdonald Bridge - a suspension bridge across Halifax Harbor between Halifax and Dartsmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada;  it is 4,277 feet long with a total height of 338 feet and is 154 feet above water in the center;  opened in 1955, it is locally known as 'the old bridge'    - Wikipedia

The Angus L. Macdonald Bridge, known locally as "the old bridge", is a suspension bridge crossing Halifax Harbour in Nova Scotia, Canada; it opened on April

The Freak Lunchbox located on Barrington Street - Halifax, Nova Scotia

The Freak Lunchbox located on Barrington Street - Halifax, Nova Scotia- Love collecting their shirts and buying fun candy!

Dartmouth Nova Scotia - The 20 most interesting bookstores

The 20 most interesting and beautiful bookstores of the world

Lobster at Dartmouth Ferry Terminal, Nova Scotia, Canada

Lobster at Dartmouth Ferry Terminal, Nova Scotia, Canada This came up when I searched roadside attractions in Maine - I had to pin it :)

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This was my daily cruise to work each day to Halifax. Talk about a gorgeous trip to /from work daily !

Loyalist Cemetery , Halifax , Nova Scotia

The Halifax-Dartmouth ferry with the Angus L. Macdonald Bridge (known to Theodore Tugboat fans as Benjamin Bridge) in the background.

Halifax Public Gardens aerial view. Wow! http://halifaxpublicgardens.wordpress.com/about/#

Friends Of The Halifax Public Gardens

Gecko Bus (@MDGConsultants) - Dartmouth/Halifax, N.S.: We're a one of a kind in North America and considered the Freakiest Food truck in Canada. The remarkable thing about this food truck is that we run it all year round, rain, snow, sleet whatever we still run it. Also, patrons come inside to order your food and not stand outside in the nasty weather. We can get about 20 to 30 people lined up inside.

Gecko Bus, Canada's Freakiest Food Truck, based out of Dartmouth, NS, Canada

This little fella was checking out the fishing in Dartmouth, NS Not uncommon to spot porpoises, seals, and the occasional whale in the harbour, in the Arm, or on a local beach. http://www.mervedinger.com

This little fella was checking out the fishing in Dartmouth, NS

Murphy’s Cable Wharf:  - Nature and Whale Watching Tour  - Deep Sea Fishing  - Sightseeing and more

Murphy’s Cable Wharf: - Nature and Whale Watching Tour - Deep Sea Fishing - Sightseeing and

6 December 1917 is a day indelibly etched in the hearts and minds of the citizens of Halifax and Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. On that Thursday the Norwegian vessel SS Imo, carrying Belgian relief supplies, and the French freighter SS Mont Blanc, carrying munitions, collided in Halifax Harbour, thereby creating what was then considered to be the worst man-made disaster in the world's history.

Nova Scotia Archives - 'A Vision of Regeneration' - Archives Halifax Explosion 1917

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