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There’s no better place to immerse yourself in Nova Scotia’s rich maritime heritage than the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
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TDIH: 1916: British battleship, HMS Russell, sank after striking a mine off Malta.
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Maritime Museum Apr 23
TDIH: (1842) Construction begins on the Shubenacadie Canal.
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Maritime Museum Apr 22
TDIH:(1912)The ship Minia left Halifax to replace Mackay-Bennett in the grim task of searching for the bodies of the sinking of RMS Titanic.
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Maritime Museum Apr 21
Our final First LEGO League (FLL) Robotics session (until the fall) w/ Mike Duggan happens tomorrow from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm! -JN
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Maritime Museum Apr 21
TDIH: (1913) RMS Aquitania was launched in Scotland. She was the only liner to serve as a troop ship in both World Wars.
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My_Waterfront Apr 20
Join The Big Island Trio to celebrate their first studio album “Songs From The Kitchen” Tuesday 7pm
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Maritime Museum Apr 20
TDIH: (1959) The Saint Lawrence Seaway was first opened for commercial traffic.
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Maritime Museum Apr 19
The monster ocean liners that changed how we travel, from -JN
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Maritime Museum Apr 19
TDIH: (1854) The full rigged ship Champion of the Seas was launched in Boston for use in the Australian immigrant trade.
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Maritime Museum Apr 18
TDIH: (1942) B-25 aircraft launched from the American carrier, USS Hornet carried out an extensive attack on Tokyo, Japan.
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Maritime Museum Apr 17
TDIH: (1912) The cable ship, Mackay-Bennett sailed from Halifax to search for survivors or bodies from RMS Titanic.
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Maritime Museum Apr 16
TDIH: (1945) Canadian minesweeper, HMCS Equimalt was torpedoed off Halifax by U-190. 39 of her crew of 83 were lost.
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Maritime Museum Apr 15
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Holiday Hours! We will be open 1-5pm tomorrow and 9:30-5pm Monday! Hop on in for heritage! -Ian
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Maritime Museum Apr 15
. in the Museum this afternoon to mark the 105th anniversary of the sinking 1-4pm (with museum admission) -Ian
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Maritime Museum Apr 15
TDIH: 1912: The "unsinkable" White Star liner, RMS Titanic, sank following a collision with an iceberg at 23:40 on the 14th.
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Nova Scotia Museum Apr 15
Please help us find out more about this wreck wood
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Nova Scotia Museum Apr 15
Explore Halifax's connection to by visiting the exhibit at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
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Maritime Museum Apr 14
TDIH: (1944) HMCS Swansea joins HMS Pelican in sinking U-448. It was the Canadian ship's second kill in just over a month.
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Maritime Museum Apr 13
TDIH: (1940) The 2nd Battle of Narvik. British and German surface ships continue their running battle in the fjords of Norway.
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Maritime Museum Apr 12
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