Holyrood means Holy Cross and there is one on the top of the mountain in Holyrood where I stayed at the Beach Cottage there.
This is Holy Cross park in Holyrood where folks swim and picnic in the summer and skate in the winter.
This is a typical fishing village.
This is a look at one of the famous icebergs that floats down in the springtime.
The Puffin is indigenous to Newfoundland and resembles a penguin, but is much smaller.
Many of my ancestors worked in the mines both in Sydney, Nova Scotia and also on Bell Island, Newfoundland.
Gower Street is in St. John's, Newfoundland and my third great grandpa, Vincent Costigan lived there for a time in the early 1800s after his wife died in Harbour Main.
All photos are from postcards I purchased in 1997 in St John's
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