You may have seen the Heritage minute commercial from time to time on the Halifax Explosion of 1917, you can now see the site in person. The magnitude of that explosion caused devastation to many and shock waves could be felt as far as Cape Breton and PEI. The Hydrostone area had been rebuilt in 1918 to help house those working class individuals that had been left with nothing after the immense catastrophe...MORE BELOW
Halifax North End
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Halifax North End
CONTINUED...The area has since been rebuilt and today has two suspension bridges connecting Dartmouth and Halifax, the McDonald Bridge which opened in 1955 and the McKay Bridge in 1970. Both bridges are major links to the other side of the basin and driving across them is a spectacular vista to behold and will take your breath away. Step out and see Halifax commons at the border of the area where many outdoor summer activities take place,it is located directly across from the citadel. There is also a fantastic, free, year round facility that will rent bikes and skates called the Emera Oval Then take a walk through and down the narrow hilly streets to the Nova Scotia Casino and visit the many pubs and eateries. The homes are made up of multi unit and single family, with a large commercial aspect that is enclosed by Robie St to Windsor Street and Lady Hammond Rd to Almon Street . All amenities are available as the area is a major hub to Halifax. Go to http://gonorthhalifax.ca
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