Winterton Boat Building Museum
Winterton, Newfoundland and Labrador

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Traditional Boat Building of Winterton
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The town of Scilly Cove (Winterton) in the early 1900s
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Silly Cove (Winterton) harbour and community
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Roaming horses
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A woman and child walk between two rows of flakes on Parrott's hill.
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Two boats almost completed
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Trinity Harbour
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This house belonged first to the Lesters and later to the Garlands, merchants of Trinity and Poole.
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Winterton harbour
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15 ' 10"  punt on the slipway. Built by Marcus French.
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A new trap skiff built for fisherman Tom Brinson.
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Schooner under construction
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Longliners tied up at Winterton wharf
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The splitting table
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Laying codfish on the flake to dry
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Goats were sometimes used to help pull out firewood or boat timber pieces
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Boats under construction outside
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A 16' 4" rodney or punt with an outboard motor installed. Built by Marcus French.
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Uncle Sandy Downey (left) and his son Ambrose (right) planking.
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