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Nova Scotia's 'Paving Programme'

Highway Reconstruction in the 1930s

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Queens - Lunenburg County Line - Broad River

Date: 1936

Reference: Department of Highways Nova Scotia Archives 2009-023 no. 001 p. 73


Bituminous Paving Plant - Lunenburg - Queens County Line to Broad River

Date: 1936

Reference: Department of Highways Nova Scotia Archives 2009-023 no. 001 p. 74


Queens - Lunenburg County Line - Broad River Route No. 3, paving plant at Liverpool from discharge side.

Date: 1936

Reference: Department of Highways Nova Scotia Archives 2009-023 no. 001 p. 75


Queens - Lunenburg County Line - Broad River Route No. 3, primary crusher, aggregate bins and paving plant at Liverpool

Date: 1936

Reference: Department of Highways Nova Scotia Archives 2009-023 no. 001 p. 75


Queens - Lunenburg County Line - Broad River Route No. 3, diversion east of Summerville

Date: 1936

Reference: Department of Highways Nova Scotia Archives 2009-023 no. 001 p. 76


Queens - Lunenburg County Line - Broad River Route No. 3, Jaeger paver and rollers near Broad River

Date: 1936

Reference: Department of Highways Nova Scotia Archives 2009-023 no. 001 p. 76


Queens - Lunenburg County Line - Broad River Route No. 3, east portion of Hunts Diversion, looking east

Date: 1936

Reference: Department of Highways Nova Scotia Archives 2009-023 no. 001 p. 77


Queens - Lunenburg County Line - Broad River Route No. 3, Summerville looking east

Date: 1936

Reference: Department of Highways Nova Scotia Archives 2009-023 no. 001 p. 77


Queens - Lunenburg County Line - Broad River Route No. 3, 1/4 mile east of Broad River, looking east

Date: 1936

Reference: Department of Highways Nova Scotia Archives 2009-023 no. 001 p. 78


Queens - Lunenburg County Line - Broad River Route No. 3, Port Medway Road intersection Mill Village

Date: 1936

Reference: Department of Highways Nova Scotia Archives 2009-023 no. 001 p. 78


Queens - Lunenburg County Line - Broad River Route No. 3, Medway River bridge Mill Village

Date: 1936

Reference: Department of Highways Nova Scotia Archives 2009-023 no. 001 p. 79


Queens - Lunenburg County Line - Broad River Route No. 3, Mill Village, 1/4 mile west of bridge

Date: 1936

Reference: Department of Highways Nova Scotia Archives 2009-023 no. 001 p. 79


Queens - Lunenburg County Line - Broad River Route No. 3, Danesville, 1 1/2 miles west of Lunenburg line

Date: 1936

Reference: Department of Highways Nova Scotia Archives 2009-023 no. 001 p. 80


Queens - Lunenburg County Line - Broad River Route No. 3, between Brooklyn and Mill Village, looking east

Date: 1936

Reference: Department of Highways Nova Scotia Archives 2009-023 no. 001 p. 80


Broad River - Wall's Corner

Date: 1938

Reference: Department of Highways Nova Scotia Archives 2002-015 no. 002 p. 41


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