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You don't have to be a firefighter to appreciate the Firefighters' Museum of Nova Scotia in Yarmouth.
Antique auto enthusiasts especially enjoy the important collection of vintage equipment: the pumpers, hose wagons, and ladder trucks–not to mention the 1863 Amoskeag Steamer, one of the oldest surviving steamers in Canada.
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The Yarmouth Firefighters' Museum also chronicles the fascinating history of firefighting in the province through photographs, recollections, and thousands of artifacts. Here you can explore our marine heritage through unique exhibits – a simulation of a traditional fishing wharf, complete with fishing, processing and ship repair sheds, wharf decks and even a coastal freighter.
You'll also find antique toy fire engines, uniforms, and a huge collection of shoulder crests, patches, and badges from fire departments around the world. About 90 per cent of the material used in the museum is authentic, carefully preserved during the deconstruction of the original Sweeney Fisheries buildings and painstakingly reassembled to create a scaled-down reproduction of the working waterfront of Yarmouth's past.
Lewis and his wife in 1895, designed and built in New York.
The fountain in Frost Park was as popular in the late 1800s as it is today.
Mountain Cemetery on Parade Street has two beautiful fountains, the oldest being placed by William Law in 1897.