I recenty travelled to New Ross, Nova Scotia to photograph some of the historic buildings at Ross Farm. This historic site dates back to 1816 when free land was settled by former infantrymen and their families from Halifax. Originally named Sherbrooke the land in the area was settled by 172 families. Ross Farm Museum is now located on 25 of the original 325 hectares given to Captain Ross. Five generations of the Ross Family have lived and worked on Ross Farm between 1816 and 1969 when the New Ross District Museum Society purchased the property. I have added photos to the Barn’s 3 and HDR galleries.


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