Newtown, Newfoundland (NL)
also known as the "Venice of Newfoundland" . Built on 17 small islands connected by causeways, leaving canals for residents to moor their boats
The typical NL "Staging area", simply known as "The Stage"
You see these short docks all over THE ROCK. Those are lobster traps stacked & ready to be used. Larger stages have (little) buildings at the end, usually over the water, as the red building in the background where they store smaller dingies, fishing nets and other fishing accessories. It is a staging area where you prepare your fishing boat in preparation of heading out to sea.
The Battery, St John's Harbour
an historic neighbourhood on the slopes of Signal Hill overlooking the Harbour. There is a chain connected between 2 rocks 174 meters long which was strung across the water to stop German U-boats from entering the harbour during World War II
There is some unusual architecture in St John's
some parts of the City are very old but decorated in bright colours
Typical rural scene. Small communities like this are scattered throughout the Province, usually found at the end of the peninsula where the fishboats had easier access to the sea, and to the fishing grounds. Since their fishing industry collapsed, there is not much industry happening these days. I can't remember where this was but I believe it was near Twillingate
Twillingate is the "Iceberg Capital of the World", as is on the route of "Iceberg Alley"