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USA, WA, San Juan Islands. Turn Point Lighthouse on Stuart Island was built in 1893 Featured Print

USA, WA, San Juan Islands. Turn Point Lighthouse on Stuart Island was built in 1893

USA, WA, San Juan Islands. Turn Point Lighthouse on Stuart Island was built in 1893. This duplex home housed the keeper and his family on one side, assistant keeper and his family on the other. The smaller building was the "watch shack". An automated concrete tower light was added in 1936

© Trish Drury / DanitaDelimont.com

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Crossing Northumberland Strait by Ice Boat Featured Print

Crossing Northumberland Strait by Ice Boat

Crossing Northumberland Strait by Ice Boat. These boats were operated in the Northumberland Strait during the 19th century and early 20th century, running between Prince Edward Island and the mainland provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia during the winter months between December and April when sea ice made passage by non-icebreaking steam ships impossible. Passengers would pay a premium fee to sit in the boat for the entire crossing, or a reduced rate if they assisted the crew. In addition to pulling ropes attached to the iceboat, hand-holds were molded along the outer gunwales which were used for hauling the iceboat over sea ice until reaching stretches of open water.
circa 1908

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

The Galata Bridge - Istanbul Featured Print

The Galata Bridge - Istanbul

The Galata Bridge - Istanbul. The capital city of the Roman Empire between 330-395 AD, in Byzantine times, Byzantium was considered the world centre of civilsation for 600 years. Then having been known under the name of Constantinople, after the declaration of the Republic in 1920s was renamed Istanbul. All business in Constantinople has historically been linked to the Bosphorus, dividing the European side of the city from the Asian side of the city. Istanbul is now the third largest city in the world with a population in excess of 11 million and the only metropolis in the world situated on two continents. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection