- History of the Macdonald Bridge | Halifax Harbour Bridges
On April 2, 1955, the Angus L Macdonald Bridge opened and the communities of Halifax and Dartmouth were united for the first time with an efficient transportation link that provided 24 hour 7 days a week access across the Halifax harbour
- Halifax River - Wikipedia
A view of the Halifax River southbound from the Seabreeze Bridge, Daytona Beach, Volusia County, Florida Three other bridges can be seen from this vista: Main Street Bridge (closest), Broadway Bridge, and Veterans Memorial Bridge
- Halifax, Nova Scotia - Wikipedia
Clockwise from top: Downtown Halifax skyline, Crystal Crescent Beach, Central Library, Sullivan's Pond, Peggy's Cove, Macdonald Bridge
- Halifax County, Virginia
Halifax County, Virginia, where Gen Greene saved the Southern Army and the new Republic during the Revolutionary War Several refurbished, 1700s homes and taverns compliment the areas metropolitan culture
- Halifax Titanic Historical Tours - Halifax Tours, Halifax . . .
Halifax Titanic Historical Tours AM PM Limousine will provide You with Clean Vehicle's, Shirt Tie Chauffeurs Guides, Complimentary Water and Treats, whether You're on One of Our Memorable Tours or are travelling To or From the Halifax International Airport Halifax Titanic Historical Tours AM PM Limousine believes in providing the safest rides around
- This is why Halifax-filmed drama Ackley Bridge has a new . . .
Usually on a Tuesday night we can look forward to watching the dramatic lives of the characters of Ackley Bridge unfold But the Channel 4 drama has been moved from its regular Tuesday night slot to tomorrow (Wednesday) so it doesn't clash with England's World Cup match against Colombia which starts at 7pm
- Vintage Newscasts at OTR. Network (Old Time Radio)
Listen to 172 episodes of Vintage Newscasts for free Part of our over 12,000 show library of old time radio
- Halifax Shipping News. ca - Comings and Goings In Halifax . . .
Lots of yachts put into Halifax over the summer very few are special enough to warrant posting about the 180 45ft custom Sail yacht ‘Kamaxitha’ is one worth mentioning