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Louisbourg, Nova Scotia

Louisbourg is half an hour south-east of Sydney, has a large historic military fortress and boasted the best meal of our trip at a local seafood shop, as well as a small railway museum.

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Louisbourg, Nova Scotia
August 08, 2016 While on vacation in the maritimes, we stopped briefly to watch a CN local work in Dartmouth from the Halifax side of the harbour, and later stumbled across the Louisbourg rail museum on the hunt for the best possible local lobster.

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