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A drive around Prince Edward Island...south-central shore...Blockhouse Point lighthouse

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In June we travelled by rail from Vancouver (British Columbia) to Montreal (Quebec) where we spent five nights. We then took an overnight train to Moncton (New Brunswick). Next we drove to Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton (Nova Scotia), and flew home from Halifax.
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Yes you're probably right Faye .I see it through my tourist's eyes.♥☺♥☺♥


It would have been quite rural then...and probably very little to see in Charlottetown, Andie. :)


I'm sure they enjoyed the view...


Ella... :DDD

I do too, Andie. I can just imagine a family with 4-5 children living there and making it a real home.


Wow ,that's a huge lighthouse but I think it was more attractive in 1890.Thanks Faye,very interesting photo and info.


LOL! A friend and I went to Mare Island Naval Shipyard to go through the museum and then walk around the streets where the offers quarters (mansions) were. No tours were being given that day, but since we were free to Rome around on a self guided tour, I took the advantage to go up on the porch and peer in the window. In '96 the shipyard closed and it's mostly a tourist attraction now.


I never even thought to Ella! It must be a Canadian thing! LOLOL Next time, I will! ;DDD


This is a great lighthouse, Faye! Too bad there's no groundskeeper to live there. Were you able to look through the windows to get an idea of the layout? I'm pretty snoopy when it comes to old buildings and homes and love to take a peek if allowed.


It would be even nicer, Impie, if they allowed a caretaker to live there on condition that s/he maintain/restore this unique building. I know there's a waiting list in The Netherlands for people to rent windmills...perhaps it could be the same for lighthouses. :)))


"Rescue Restoring" was a wonderful option and I'm glad they did such a wonderful job too!
Too many historical 'buildings' have already been demolished because of restoration being too expensive.

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