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61. Bolt property well interior with bucket
 Bolt property well interior with bucket Water Sources; Water Springs; The well is a hand dug well, lined with rocks and covered with a wood top.

62. Bolt property well lid open
 Bolt property well lid open Water Sources; Water Springs; This well was dug and built by Woodrow's grandfather; the date of construction is unknown.

63. Bonavista Light House Root Cellar 
 Bonavista Light House Root Cellar Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar under the kitched floor boards of the lighthouse.

64. Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Carriage House Exterior from Road, St. John's
 Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Carriage House Exterior from Road, St. John's Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; The cellar at the botanical Gardens in St. John’s is located in the original carriage house on the property. This is across the street from the main building located in the parking lot where there are green houses. The Carriage house and the adjacent barn have been dedicated as heritage buildings. The carriage house cellar was built in approximately 1917 by Joseph Squires. It was originally used to store vegetables and milk products. Today it is used for forcing bulbs over the winter. It has been used for this purpose for over 20 years. The temperature stays at a steady 2-3 degrees Celsius. There is a hatch entrance in the floor of the carriage house with a ladder leading down into the 2.7m square stone structure. The original pounds were removed and new suspended shelving has been built to accommodate the trays of plants. The land and all of the structures were sold to Memorial University in the 1970’s by Ina Squires. The cellar has a French drainage system that is made out of flat rocks underneath the cellar which drains out into a nearby field.

65. Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Carriage House Front Exterior, St. John's
 Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Carriage House Front Exterior, St. John's Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; The cellar at the botanical Gardens in St. John’s is located in the original carriage house on the property. This is across the street from the main building located in the parking lot where there are green houses. The Carriage house and the adjacent barn have been dedicated as heritage buildings. The carriage house cellar was built in approximately 1917 by Joseph Squires. It was originally used to store vegetables and milk products. Today it is used for forcing bulbs over the winter. It has been used for this purpose for over 20 years. The temperature stays at a steady 2-3 degrees Celsius. There is a hatch entrance in the floor of the carriage house with a ladder leading down into the 2.7m square stone structure. The original pounds were removed and new suspended shelving has been built to accommodate the trays of plants. The land and all of the structures were sold to Memorial University in the 1970’s by Ina Squires. The cellar has a French drainage system that is made out of flat rocks underneath the cellar which drains out into a nearby field.

66. Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Carriage House Interior with Todd Boland, St. John's
 Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Carriage House Interior with Todd Boland, St. John's Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; The cellar at the botanical Gardens in St. John’s is located in the original carriage house on the property. This is across the street from the main building located in the parking lot where there are green houses. The Carriage house and the adjacent barn have been dedicated as heritage buildings. The carriage house cellar was built in approximately 1917 by Joseph Squires. It was originally used to store vegetables and milk products. Today it is used for forcing bulbs over the winter. It has been used for this purpose for over 20 years. The temperature stays at a steady 2-3 degrees Celsius. There is a hatch entrance in the floor of the carriage house with a ladder leading down into the 2.7m square stone structure. The original pounds were removed and new suspended shelving has been built to accommodate the trays of plants. The land and all of the structures were sold to Memorial University in the 1970’s by Ina Squires. The cellar has a French drainage system that is made out of flat rocks underneath the cellar which drains out into a nearby field.

67. Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Carriage House Rear Exterior, St. John's
 Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Carriage House Rear Exterior, St. John's Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; The cellar at the botanical Gardens in St. John’s is located in the original carriage house on the property. This is across the street from the main building located in the parking lot where there are green houses. The Carriage house and the adjacent barn have been dedicated as heritage buildings. The carriage house cellar was built in approximately 1917 by Joseph Squires. It was originally used to store vegetables and milk products. Today it is used for forcing bulbs over the winter. It has been used for this purpose for over 20 years. The temperature stays at a steady 2-3 degrees Celsius. There is a hatch entrance in the floor of the carriage house with a ladder leading down into the 2.7m square stone structure. The original pounds were removed and new suspended shelving has been built to accommodate the trays of plants. The land and all of the structures were sold to Memorial University in the 1970’s by Ina Squires. The cellar has a French drainage system that is made out of flat rocks underneath the cellar which drains out into a nearby field.

68. Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Carriage House Side Exterior, St. John's
 Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Carriage House Side Exterior, St. John's Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; The cellar at the botanical Gardens in St. John’s is located in the original carriage house on the property. This is across the street from the main building located in the parking lot where there are green houses. The Carriage house and the adjacent barn have been dedicated as heritage buildings. The carriage house cellar was built in approximately 1917 by Joseph Squires. It was originally used to store vegetables and milk products. Today it is used for forcing bulbs over the winter. It has been used for this purpose for over 20 years. The temperature stays at a steady 2-3 degrees Celsius. There is a hatch entrance in the floor of the carriage house with a ladder leading down into the 2.7m square stone structure. The original pounds were removed and new suspended shelving has been built to accommodate the trays of plants. The land and all of the structures were sold to Memorial University in the 1970’s by Ina Squires. The cellar has a French drainage system that is made out of flat rocks underneath the cellar which drains out into a nearby field.

69. Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Hatch Entrance Closed with Insulated Cover, St. John's
 Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Hatch Entrance Closed with Insulated Cover, St. John's Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; The cellar at the botanical Gardens in St. John’s is located in the original carriage house on the property. This is across the street from the main building located in the parking lot where there are green houses. The Carriage house and the adjacent barn have been dedicated as heritage buildings. The carriage house cellar was built in approximately 1917 by Joseph Squires. It was originally used to store vegetables and milk products. Today it is used for forcing bulbs over the winter. It has been used for this purpose for over 20 years. The temperature stays at a steady 2-3 degrees Celsius. There is a hatch entrance in the floor of the carriage house with a ladder leading down into the 2.7m square stone structure. The original pounds were removed and new suspended shelving has been built to accommodate the trays of plants. The land and all of the structures were sold to Memorial University in the 1970’s by Ina Squires. The cellar has a French drainage system that is made out of flat rocks underneath the cellar which drains out into a nearby field.

70. Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Hatch Entrance Closed with No Insulated Cover, St. John's
 Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Hatch Entrance Closed with No Insulated Cover, St. John's Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; The cellar at the botanical Gardens in St. John’s is located in the original carriage house on the property. This is across the street from the main building located in the parking lot where there are green houses. The Carriage house and the adjacent barn have been dedicated as heritage buildings. The carriage house cellar was built in approximately 1917 by Joseph Squires. It was originally used to store vegetables and milk products. Today it is used for forcing bulbs over the winter. It has been used for this purpose for over 20 years. The temperature stays at a steady 2-3 degrees Celsius. There is a hatch entrance in the floor of the carriage house with a ladder leading down into the 2.7m square stone structure. The original pounds were removed and new suspended shelving has been built to accommodate the trays of plants. The land and all of the structures were sold to Memorial University in the 1970’s by Ina Squires. The cellar has a French drainage system that is made out of flat rocks underneath the cellar which drains out into a nearby field.

71. Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Hatch Entrance Open, St. John's
 Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Hatch Entrance Open, St. John's Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; The cellar at the botanical Gardens in St. John’s is located in the original carriage house on the property. This is across the street from the main building located in the parking lot where there are green houses. The Carriage house and the adjacent barn have been dedicated as heritage buildings. The carriage house cellar was built in approximately 1917 by Joseph Squires. It was originally used to store vegetables and milk products. Today it is used for forcing bulbs over the winter. It has been used for this purpose for over 20 years. The temperature stays at a steady 2-3 degrees Celsius. There is a hatch entrance in the floor of the carriage house with a ladder leading down into the 2.7m square stone structure. The original pounds were removed and new suspended shelving has been built to accommodate the trays of plants. The land and all of the structures were sold to Memorial University in the 1970’s by Ina Squires. The cellar has a French drainage system that is made out of flat rocks underneath the cellar which drains out into a nearby field.

72. Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Interior floor, St. John's
 Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Interior floor, St. John's Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; The cellar at the botanical Gardens in St. John’s is located in the original carriage house on the property. This is across the street from the main building located in the parking lot where there are green houses. The Carriage house and the adjacent barn have been dedicated as heritage buildings. The carriage house cellar was built in approximately 1917 by Joseph Squires. It was originally used to store vegetables and milk products. Today it is used for forcing bulbs over the winter. It has been used for this purpose for over 20 years. The temperature stays at a steady 2-3 degrees Celsius. There is a hatch entrance in the floor of the carriage house with a ladder leading down into the 2.7m square stone structure. The original pounds were removed and new suspended shelving has been built to accommodate the trays of plants. The land and all of the structures were sold to Memorial University in the 1970’s by Ina Squires. The cellar has a French drainage system that is made out of flat rocks underneath the cellar which drains out into a nearby field.

73. Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Interior Hatch Entrance with Ladder, St. John's
 Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Interior Hatch Entrance with Ladder, St. John's Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; The cellar at the botanical Gardens in St. John’s is located in the original carriage house on the property. This is across the street from the main building located in the parking lot where there are green houses. The Carriage house and the adjacent barn have been dedicated as heritage buildings. The carriage house cellar was built in approximately 1917 by Joseph Squires. It was originally used to store vegetables and milk products. Today it is used for forcing bulbs over the winter. It has been used for this purpose for over 20 years. The temperature stays at a steady 2-3 degrees Celsius. There is a hatch entrance in the floor of the carriage house with a ladder leading down into the 2.7m square stone structure. The original pounds were removed and new suspended shelving has been built to accommodate the trays of plants. The land and all of the structures were sold to Memorial University in the 1970’s by Ina Squires. The cellar has a French drainage system that is made out of flat rocks underneath the cellar which drains out into a nearby field.

74. Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Interior Pounds, St. John's
 Botanical Garden Root Cellar, Interior Pounds, St. John's Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; The cellar at the botanical Gardens in St. John’s is located in the original carriage house on the property. This is across the street from the main building located in the parking lot where there are green houses. The Carriage house and the adjacent barn have been dedicated as heritage buildings. The carriage house cellar was built in approximately 1917 by Joseph Squires. It was originally used to store vegetables and milk products. Today it is used for forcing bulbs over the winter. It has been used for this purpose for over 20 years. The temperature stays at a steady 2-3 degrees Celsius. There is a hatch entrance in the floor of the carriage house with a ladder leading down into the 2.7m square stone structure. The original pounds were removed and new suspended shelving has been built to accommodate the trays of plants. The land and all of the structures were sold to Memorial University in the 1970’s by Ina Squires. The cellar has a French drainage system that is made out of flat rocks underneath the cellar which drains out into a nearby field.

75. Brett, W., Nov. 9, 1993, Part 1. Mark Ferguson interviewing William Brett. Brett, W., Nov. 9, 1993, Part 1. Mark Ferguson interviewing William Brett. Fishing; Commercial fishing; Fishing equipment; Fishing nets; Part 1 of Mark Ferguson's November 9, 1993 interview with William Brett. Mr. Brett discusses boats, fishing, fish prices, selling fish, grades of fish, fishing stages, fish traps, and trap fishing.

76. Brett, W., Nov. 9, 1993, Part 2. Mark Ferguson interviewing William Brett. Brett, W., Nov. 9, 1993, Part 2. Mark Ferguson interviewing William Brett. Fishing; Commercial fishing; Fishing equipment; Fishing nets; Part 2 of Mark Ferguson's November 9, 1993 interview with William Brett. Mr. Brett discusses trap fishing, fish traps, and salt fish.

77. Brett, William. Mark Ferguson interviewing William Brett. Brett, William. Mark Ferguson interviewing William Brett. Fishing; Commercial fishing; Fishing equipment; Fishing nets; Mark Ferguson's November 10, 1993 interview with William Brett. Mr. Brett discusses fishing stages, fish traps, fishing nets, and processing fish.

78. Brigus root cellar 1, collapsed interior, Brigus, Newfoundland
 Brigus root cellar 1, collapsed interior, Brigus, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Collapsing root cellar in Brigus

79. Brigus root cellar 1, exterior, Brigus, Newfoundland
 Brigus root cellar 1, exterior, Brigus, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Collapsing root cellar in Brigus

80. Brigus root cellar 1, exterior, collapsed roof, Brigus, Newfoundland
 Brigus root cellar 1, exterior, collapsed roof, Brigus, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Collapsing root cellar in Brigus
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