“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Elmira, Prince Edward Island

East Point Marker • <i>wide view<br>(Elmira Railway Museum in left background)</i> image, Touch for more information
By Cosmos Mariner, July 16, 2019
East Point Marker • wide view
(Elmira Railway Museum in left background)
1Prince Edward Island (Kings County), Elmira — East Point
English: The eastern terminus of the Confederation Trail is Elmira. It is a further nine kilometres by road to East Point, the eastern tip of land. The site is dominated by an octagonal white lighthouse built in 1867. Exceeding 19 . . . Map (db m141202) HM
2Prince Edward Island (Kings County), Elmira — ElmiraThe End of the Line / La Fin de la Ligne Ferroviaire
English: The Elmira Branch of the P.E.I. Railway opened for business on 26 October 1912, one of the last expansions of rail service in the province. The terminus at Elmira was similar to other "ends," with an engine house and . . . Map (db m141203) HM
3Prince Edward Island (Kings County), Elmira — Elmira Railway Museum / Musée ferroviaire d’Elmira
English: Elmira became the new eastern terminus of the P.E.I. Railway in 1912 when the main line was extended from Harmony. The early decades of the 1900s were the last period of expansion for the provincial railway. They were . . . Map (db m141204) HM
4Prince Edward Island (Kings County), Elmira — The Original Fog Alarm BuildingLe « Fog Alarm Building »
English: The original fog alarm building was added to the East Point Light Station in 1885 as a navigational aid. It was replaced in 1908 with a larger building at a cost of $8000.00, and remains one of the few intact fog alarm . . . Map (db m140620) HM
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