Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island
Photos from two weeks in Atlantic Canada, visiting the Cape Breton Island part of Nova Scotia and the province of Prince Edward Island. Louisbourg is a massive reconstructed French fortress. Cape Breton is known for the Cabot Trail around its rugged coast. Prince Edward Island is known for Anne of Green Gables. The Bras d'Or Lake area of Nova Scotia is home to the Alexander Graham Bell Museum.
The link to the Pictures File is below the Sample Images. A Map and a Table of Contents are provided below that, in both on-screen and printable forms.
Quick Start: Nova-Scotia-PEI.pdf
Here are a few sample images from the picture files. You can click or tap on these to see larger versions.
Link to Pictures File
You can access the PDF pictures file by clicking or tapping on the link below.
I flew in and out of Sydney, Nova Scotia, and drove around Cape Breton Island's Cabot Trail. A ferry took me to Prince Edward Island and back.
A package of printable maps is available if you wish paper copies to follow along. Nova Scotia PEI Maps includes the route map shown below and a more detailed map of northern Cape Breton Island.
Table of Contents
The Contents table from the pictures file is reproduced below. If you wish a paper copy to target your viewing, use Nova Scotia - PEI Printable Contents.
|South-eastern Cape Breton|
|Fortress of Louisbourg||19|
|North-eastern Cape Breton|
|Map - Northern Cape Breton||45|
|North-eastern Cape Breton||46|
|Northern Cape Breton||65|
|North-western Cape Breton|
|North-western Cape Breton||73|
|Western Cape Breton||80|
|South-western Cape Breton||87|
|Ferry to P.E.I.||98|
|Prince Edward Island|
|Cavendish - Green Gables||108|
|Port-la-Joye - Fort Amherst||125|
|Central Cape Breton|
|Bras d'Or Lake||161|
|Central Cape Breton||169|