Canadian Maritime Visit, Day 7, page B
Halifax, NS to Fall River, NS

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It's quite a steep walk down to the Halifax waterfront

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The tugs

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Vim and Vigour

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Display outside the Maritime Museum ...

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Walt and Wren especially like this Hydrographic Survey Ship which they spent a long time touring
More information about the ship can be found at: http://museum.gov.ns.ca/mma/AtoZ/acadia.html

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Not sure what CGS stands for, we were told she was the CSS Acadia (Canadian Scientific Ship)

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Back-up steering only

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Wheelhouse

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Captain's quarters

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This room on topmost deck was where the scientists worked

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Seamen's Quarters (these were for the lowest ranking hands, there were
different rooms for firemen, etc. each getting better as you went up the ranks)

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There were even heads and shower rooms for each rank ... these were the seamen's

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Above a certain rank, you rated your own cabin

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Galley

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The scientists' wardroom ... with their cabins to the outside.

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Private stateroom of the chief scientist

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his separate sleeping quarters

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CSS Acadia's triple expansion steam engine

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Inside the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic ...

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Torpedo

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Anti-Aircraft Gun

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In 1917 Halifax was the site largest non-atomic explosion in
history when a ship carrying munitions was hit by another ship.

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Model of the CSS Acadia's triple expansion steam engine.

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Corner where we ate dinner

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