Thursday, January 19, 2012



Southport is located in Trinity Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador. I have only visited this community once even though I have driven by the access road from the Trans Canada Highway numerous times. Once day in June, 2005 I decided to photograph the towns along the road to Southport and I was glad I did. I photographed most, if not all the communities and captured a few interesting images. However, I am not sure where all the photos were taken. I must have missed the town signs which I use as a reference. Hopefully, today's photos were all taken in Southport.

As you can see, there were many fishing stages in this community and most of them were in great condition. I took many more images of them which I will share at a later date. The purpose of the Communities of Newfoundland and Labrador Series is to give you an impression of where the residents of our province live. I will concentrate on fishing stages and outbuildings later this year.

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