East Coast II.a
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The Narrows, entrance to St. John's Harbour.
Fort Amherst (from the docks).
Lighthouse at Cape Spear.
Looking toward St. John's (from Cape Spear).
Another lighthouse at Cape Spear.
A map of the place.
WWII gun battery at Fort Amherst.
St. John's from Signal Hill.
Small cannon at Signal Hill.
Hilly - isn't it?
The docks at night (in the rain).
See why it's called "the narrows"?
Only a "bump"??
Parish Hall & the Courthouse.
St. Paul's Anglican (1892).
Settled in the mid 1600's.
Cape Bonavista & Bonavista Peninsula
An abandoned fort.
John Cabot was here.
A small iceberg.
Cape Bonavista lighthouse.
Locally pronounced as "hoiceberg".
Bonavista & The Matthew
Pier at Bonavista.
This one's seen better days.
A full-size, fully functional replica of the Matthew.
Imagine crossing the Atlantic in something this small.
There wasn't a wooden floor in the "old" days. Just rocks for ballast.
Very old map and globe.
Cabot's home town.
The Matthew Museum.
Updated:July 31, 2004
Quest Nature ToursCentral Newfoundland.
Provincial Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.
City of St.John's.
Climate of Newfoundland.
OZ FM Live Skycam - overlooks St. John's harbour.
The Telegram - St. John's daily newspaper.
Quidi Vidi Brewing Company.
Newfoundland-Labrador - travel and tourism information.
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