All photos are from Fort Gaspareaux in Fort Elgin at the eastern corner of the province.
History and the provincial seal, with a lion and a unicorn.
Survey marker, which I find interesting for some reason.
Starting with a view to the south, then rotating through east until I end up facing north. You can make out the square shape of the fort embankment with a bulge at each corner for artillery functions long gone. There are a couple of pedestrian bridges to get across the shallow trench that once surrounded what must have been formidable walls.
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