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Balmoral Grist Mill Marker 2 image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., July 28, 2017
Balmoral Grist Mill Marker 2
Nova Scotia (Colchester County), Balmoral Mills — Balmoral Grist Mill
Map (db m108181) HM
Nova Scotia (Colchester County), Balmoral Mills — Local Granite Stone
Map (db m108169) HM
Nova Scotia (Colchester County), Balmoral Mills — Sutherland Sawmill Turbine
Map (db m108182) HM
Nova Scotia (Colchester County), Balmoral Mills — Turbines: From Direct to Indirect Power Production
Map (db m108183) HM
Nova Scotia (Colchester County), Brule Corner — Duncan MacLanders and Johanne Faulkner
On Sunrise Trail (Nova Scotia Route 6) just west of Nova Scotia Route 326, on the left when traveling east. Map (db m108165) HM
Nova Scotia (Colchester County), Debert — Isgonish-French River Portage
On Glooscap Trail (National Route 2) 0.5 kilometers west of Belmont Road/Fort Belcher Road, on the right when traveling west. Map (db m139192) HM
Nova Scotia (Colchester County), Lower Truro — First Landing
On Tidal Bore Road 0.6 kilometers north of Glooscap Trail (Nova Scotia Route 236), on the left when traveling north. Map (db m108717) HM
Nova Scotia (Colchester County), Tatamagouche — Naval Encounter at Tatamagouche (15th June, 1745)
On Main Street (Nova Scotia Route 6) at Church Street, on the left when traveling west on Main Street. Map (db m108133) HM
Nova Scotia (Colchester County), Tatamagouche — War Memorial
On Main Street at Church Street, on the right when traveling east on Main Street. Map (db m108154) WM
Nova Scotia (Colchester County), The Falls — St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church The Falls, Nova Scotia 1872 - 2002 —
On Nova Scotia Route 311 at Balmoral Road (Nova Scotia Route 256), on the left when traveling north on Provincial Route 311. Map (db m108184) HM
Nova Scotia (Colchester County), Truro — Centennial of Presbyterian Church Formation in Canada
On Prince Street just east of Lorne Street, on the left when traveling east. Map (db m108220) HM
Nova Scotia (Colchester County), Truro — First Presbyterian/United Church
On Prince Street at Lorne Street, on the left when traveling east on Prince Street. Map (db m108223) HM
Nova Scotia (Colchester County), Truro — Old Provincial Normal College 1877-78
On Prince Street just east of Young Street, on the right when traveling east. Map (db m108192) HM
Nova Scotia (Colchester County), Truro — The Lumber Jack, circa 1900
On Prince Street just east of Louise Street, on the right when traveling east. Map (db m108243) HM
Nova Scotia (Colchester County), Truro — Truro Post Office / Le Bureau de Poste de Truro
On Prince Street at Lorne Street, on the left when traveling east on Prince Street. Map (db m108244) HM
Nova Scotia (Colchester County), Truro — War Memorial Lest We Forget
On Prince Street at Forrester Street, on the right when traveling east on Prince Street. Map (db m108214) WM

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