"Truro, with a population of between 6,000 and 7,000, is an attractive and enterprising place. It is admirably situated on gently rising ground, with the railway running along the valley at its base, near enough to be convenient to the business centre and yet not near enough to interfere with the attractions in which good taste has been combined with what nature has done to make the place beautiful."
The Intercolonial Railway and Prince Edward Island Railway of Canada, Forest, stream and seashore, 1908 , p. 123 [F 129/ IN8/ 1908]
Date: ca. 1908
Format: Post Card
Reference: Annabel Ells Nova Scotia Archives album box 2 no. 118
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