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181. The Battery Hotel, from Upper Battery Road The Battery Hotel, from Upper Battery Road Architecture, building and construction; Buildings;

182. The Battery and Signal Hill as viewed from boat in harbour The Battery and Signal Hill as viewed from boat in harbour Architecture, building and construction; Landscape;

183. The Battery and Signal Hill as viewed from boat in harbour The Battery and Signal Hill as viewed from boat in harbour Architecture, building and construction; Landscape;

184. The Bank overlooks the Landwash The Bank overlooks the Landwash Architecture, building and construction; Landscape; The Bank is a manmade structure. In the mid-1950s, when the Gut was dredged, sand and gravel were piled at the edge of the Landwash, creating the Bank.

185. Taylor, Ronald. Ronald Taylor, Makinsons
 Taylor, Ronald. Ronald Taylor, Makinsons This interview is part of a series of filmed oral histories, collected in 2005 by the Baccalieu Trail Heritage Corporation, from over 40 elders who grew up in the area. The Baccalieu Trail Heritage Corporation is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to preserving, promoting and protecting the heritage of the Baccalieu Trail Region. This project includes memories of living and working in the area, going to school, children’s games, home remedies, the first modes of transportation, supernatural beliefs, traditional industries and calendar customs and celebrations. This interview is with Ronald Taylor of Makinsons, NL. The interviewer is Linda Cooper. The camera was operated by Darrell Barrett. The video was edited by Mike Ryan and Darrell Barrett.

186. Target Tilt Gully flows into the River at the Salmon Hole Target Tilt Gully flows into the River at the Salmon Hole Landscape; Gully banks are good places to find various tree species. In the late 1800s, a cooper by the name of Johnny Target spent time in Branch cutting birch wood for use in barrel making. Target built a tilt near this gully and it became known as Target Tilt Gully.

187. Sunshine on the balcony, 50 Battery Road Sunshine on the balcony, 50 Battery Road Architecture, building and construction; Houses;

188. Sunlight on the water, near Jack Wells' store Sunlight on the water, near Jack Wells' store Houses; Landscape;

189. Sullivan, Tom. Tom Sullivan Interview at his home in Calvert, August 17 2009 Sullivan, Tom. Tom Sullivan Interview at his home in Calvert, August 17 2009 Police officers; Police work Tom Sullivan discusses what he remembers about the Newfoundland Constabulary in Ferryland

190. Stove in Jack Wells' Twine Store Stove in Jack Wells' Twine Store Stoves;

191. Stone wall, Middle Battery Road Stone wall, Middle Battery Road Architecture, building and construction;

192. Stone retaining wall at Bruce Peters' B&B Stone retaining wall at Bruce Peters' B&B Architecture, building and construction;

193. Starr, Enid. Starr in the Road to Yesterday Museum in Bay Roberts. 
 Starr, Enid. Starr in the Road to Yesterday Museum in Bay Roberts. People;

194. Starr, Enid. Interview about years spent living on Cable Avenue. 
 Starr, Enid. Interview about years spent living on Cable Avenue. Houses; Lived on Cable Ave for first 6 years of marriage; Husband Ron Starr was brought up on Cable Ave.; Worked for cable station; Lived in #9; Ron’s father lived in #10; 1959 they moved into #9; The house was a duplex with a large sitting room and four bedrooms; Difficult to fill with furniture; Rent free because of working for company; Moved when Western Union closed; Ron then worked for NL Hydro; Children on the avenue of all ages; Moved away after W.U. closed and came back in 2012; Fred Starr died in early 1980s; How they acquired furniture; Coal heat in the house; Socializing on the street; Other people that occupied houses--Farnham in #3 and Mercer #1, now a single dwelling; Warren Spicer #11, which then Richard Morrisey moved into; Bart Kenney in #4; #6 changed hands a number of times; #7 Lorn Kirby; 8# Jim Burke; #10 Fred Starr--the house was cut down to one story after the fire; #12 Harry Dawe; #14 Nole Howard; #16 Sister Kathryn Bellamy; Staff house was owned by Mr. And Mrs. Hurst; Where parking lots are now was a garden; Grew up near Cable Ave.; Superintendent when she was little was Mr. Cameron; Grew up with husband; Family information; Stronger sense of community now; Attitudes around heritage; Other contacts connected to Cable Ave.

195. Starr, Eileen. Starr flipping through her recipe book in her St. John's home. 
 Starr, Eileen. Starr flipping through her recipe book in her St. John's home. People;

196. Starr, Eileen. Photo of Eileen Starr in her St. John's home. 
 Starr, Eileen. Photo of Eileen Starr in her St. John's home. People;

197. Starr, Eileen. A page from Starr's recipe book. 
 Starr, Eileen. A page from Starr's recipe book. Books; Recipes;

198. Starr, Eileen. A page from Starr's recipe book. 
 Starr, Eileen. A page from Starr's recipe book. Books; Recipes;

199. Starr, Eileen part 5. Video clip of Eileen Starr talking about her life and connections to Cable Ave. Starr, Eileen part 5. Video clip of Eileen Starr talking about her life and connections to Cable Ave. in Bay Roberts. Towns; Personal experience narratives; People;

200. Starr, Eileen part 4. Video clip of Eileen Starr talking about her life and connections to Cable Ave. Starr, Eileen part 4. Video clip of Eileen Starr talking about her life and connections to Cable Ave. in Bay Roberts. Towns; Personal experience narratives; People;
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