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Dingwall Harbour and North Harbour, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia
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North Harbour and Dingwall Harbour, Cape Breton Island, this view was taken just after sunset in late July on Quarry Road, the road to the gypsum quarry that is long since closed.

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