Tuesday, July 25, 2017
Custard Head Fishing Premises Before and After. Hant's Harbour, 1995. #Folklorephoto
In looking through images I recently scanned at the Baccalieu Trail Heritage Corporation, there are many buildings that were on the verge of demolition. The 35mm slides taken from 1993-1996 include many boarded up homes, stores, stages, and sheds that are no longer part of the Baccalieu Trail landscape. This building in Hant's Harbour is an exception.
In 1999 the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador designated the Custard Head Fishing Premises as a Registered Heritage Structure. Built by Joseph Francis in 1909, it is a perfect example of traditional, vernacular outbuilding construction.
To see what the fishing premises looks like today, and read more about the structure, visit the Heritage Foundation website.
Posted by Kelly Drover at 8:30 AM
Labels: #Folklorephoto, baccalieu trail, Baccalieu Trail Heritage Corporation, Custard Head Fishing Premises, fishery, Hant's Harbour, Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador, restoration
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