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201. Duggan 2 Root Cellar, Interior Ladder, Cape Broyle
 Duggan 2 Root Cellar, Interior Ladder, Cape Broyle Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root cellar owned by Cyril Duggan, brother and next door neighbour or Bill Duggan on School House Road in Cape Broyle. It was built in the early 1950’s by their father. Both Cyril and Bill were young boys at the time; however they have memories of helping their father build the cellar. Cellar is still active however Cyril no longer grows vegetables. He purchases his produce from the local meat man. The cellar has concrete wall with metal laid on the floor. Tar has been used to seal cracks in the foundation.

202. Duggan 2 Root Cellar, Interior Storage Containers, Cape Broyle 
 Duggan 2 Root Cellar, Interior Storage Containers, Cape Broyle Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root cellar owned by Cyril Duggan, brother and next door neighbour or Bill Duggan on School House Road in Cape Broyle. It was built in the early 1950’s by their father. Both Cyril and Bill were young boys at the time; however they have memories of helping their father build the cellar. Cellar is still active however Cyril no longer grows vegetables. He purchases his produce from the local meat man. The cellar has concrete wall with metal laid on the floor. Tar has been used to seal cracks in the foundation.

203. Dunn, Tony. Tony Dunn Interview, 24 July, 2013. Dunn, Tony. Tony Dunn Interview, 24 July, 2013. Water Sources; Water Springs; An interview with Tony Dunnon July 24 2013. Includes: How he knew how to find water; testing water; finding water; finding water for others; using well water; artesian wells; cleaning the well; trout in the well.

204. Dunn, Tony. Tony Dunn water dowsing demonstration 1. Dunn, Tony. Tony Dunn water dowsing demonstration 1. Water Sources; Water Springs; Tony Dunn demonstrates how to find water with wire dowsing sticks.

205. Dunn, Tony. Tony Dunn water dowsing demonstration 2. Dunn, Tony. Tony Dunn water dowsing demonstration 2. Water Sources; Water Springs; Andrea O'Brien tries her hand at finding water with wire dowsing sticks.

206. Durrell Root Cellar 1, Twillingate, Newfoundland 
 Durrell Root Cellar 1, Twillingate, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar in Durrell. Built by Jo Bulgin c. 1943.

207. Durrell Root Cellar 2, Twillingate, Newfoundland 
 Durrell Root Cellar 2, Twillingate, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar in Durrell, Twillingate. Built by Ben Bulgin c. 1943. Currently Owned by Roy Bulgin.

208. Durrell Root Cellar 3, Twillingate, Newfoundland 
 Durrell Root Cellar 3, Twillingate, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar in Durrell, Twillingate. Built by Andrew Maidment c. 1923. Currently Owned By Otto Sansome.

209. Durrell Root Cellar 4, Twillingate, Newfoundland 
 Durrell Root Cellar 4, Twillingate, Newfoundland Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root Cellar in Durrell, Twillingate. Built by Peter Reid c. 1908. Currently owned by Grenfell Wells.

210. Dyke, Karen. Karen Dyke discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Dyke, Karen. Karen Dyke discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing

211. Ebsary, Vereena. Vereena Ebsary discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Ebsary, Vereena. Vereena Ebsary discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing

212. Elke Dettmer 1, Exterior, Sullivans Loop, Pouch Cove
 Elke Dettmer 1, Exterior, Sullivans Loop, Pouch Cove Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Shed Structure with a hatch entrance on Sullivans Loop

213. Elke Dettmer 2, Stone Foundation Remains, Sullivans Loop, Pouch Cove
 Elke Dettmer 2, Stone Foundation Remains, Sullivans Loop, Pouch Cove Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Abandoned stone cellar foundation remains on cliff of Sullivans Loop

214. Elke Dettmer 3, Collapsed Cellar Walls, Sullivans Loop, Pouch Cove
 Elke Dettmer 3, Collapsed Cellar Walls, Sullivans Loop, Pouch Cove Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Abandoned collapsed shed structure cellar on Sullivans Loop

215. Elke Dettmer 3, Collapsed Cellar, Sullivans Loop, Pouch Cove
 Elke Dettmer 3, Collapsed Cellar, Sullivans Loop, Pouch Cove Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Abandoned collapsed shed structure cellar on Sullivans Loop

216. English Root Cellar, Exterior from Below, Colliers
 English Root Cellar, Exterior from Below, Colliers Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root cellar owned by Jean Guthrie and Chris English on Harbour Drive in Colliers. The cellar is believed to have been built in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s by the original owner of the property Richard Skanes. It is a shed structure with a hatch entrance to the cellar. The cellar foundation is built down into a hill and has stone walls. It seems that rocks were mounded up around one side under the grass growth for extra support. There is a vent made of piping that is in the ceiling of the cellar and extends out of a window in the back of the upper shed structure. The cellar measures approximately 2.8 m x 3 m. A unique quality of this cellar is that the son of builder Richard Skanes, also Richard “Dick” Skanes and his wife Nora lived in the shed structure for maybe as many as 3 years while they were building a house for themselves on the property. Their niece, Marguerite Whelan, lived there with them as well. Dick and Nora had several gardens for growing vegetables and filled the cellar every winter. The Shed structure was later used for hay storage.

217. English Root Cellar, Exterior Front Door Closed, Colliers
 English Root Cellar, Exterior Front Door Closed, Colliers Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root cellar owned by Jean Guthrie and Chris English on Harbour Drive in Colliers. The cellar is believed to have been built in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s by the original owner of the property Richard Skanes. It is a shed structure with a hatch entrance to the cellar. The cellar foundation is built down into a hill and has stone walls. It seems that rocks were mounded up around one side under the grass growth for extra support. There is a vent made of piping that is in the ceiling of the cellar and extends out of a window in the back of the upper shed structure. The cellar measures approximately 2.8 m x 3 m. A unique quality of this cellar is that the son of builder Richard Skanes, also Richard “Dick” Skanes and his wife Nora lived in the shed structure for maybe as many as 3 years while they were building a house for themselves on the property. Their niece, Marguerite Whelan, lived there with them as well. Dick and Nora had several gardens for growing vegetables and filled the cellar every winter. The Shed structure was later used for hay storage.

218. English Root Cellar, Exterior Front Door Open, Colliers
 English Root Cellar, Exterior Front Door Open, Colliers Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root cellar owned by Jean Guthrie and Chris English on Harbour Drive in Colliers. The cellar is believed to have been built in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s by the original owner of the property Richard Skanes. It is a shed structure with a hatch entrance to the cellar. The cellar foundation is built down into a hill and has stone walls. It seems that rocks were mounded up around one side under the grass growth for extra support. There is a vent made of piping that is in the ceiling of the cellar and extends out of a window in the back of the upper shed structure. The cellar measures approximately 2.8 m x 3 m. A unique quality of this cellar is that the son of builder Richard Skanes, also Richard “Dick” Skanes and his wife Nora lived in the shed structure for maybe as many as 3 years while they were building a house for themselves on the property. Their niece, Marguerite Whelan, lived there with them as well. Dick and Nora had several gardens for growing vegetables and filled the cellar every winter. The Shed structure was later used for hay storage.

219. English Root Cellar, Exterior Side, Colliers
 English Root Cellar, Exterior Side, Colliers Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root cellar owned by Jean Guthrie and Chris English on Harbour Drive in Colliers. The cellar is believed to have been built in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s by the original owner of the property Richard Skanes. It is a shed structure with a hatch entrance to the cellar. The cellar foundation is built down into a hill and has stone walls. It seems that rocks were mounded up around one side under the grass growth for extra support. There is a vent made of piping that is in the ceiling of the cellar and extends out of a window in the back of the upper shed structure. The cellar measures approximately 2.8 m x 3 m. A unique quality of this cellar is that the son of builder Richard Skanes, also Richard “Dick” Skanes and his wife Nora lived in the shed structure for maybe as many as 3 years while they were building a house for themselves on the property. Their niece, Marguerite Whelan, lived there with them as well. Dick and Nora had several gardens for growing vegetables and filled the cellar every winter. The Shed structure was later used for hay storage.

220. English Root Cellar, Exterior Vent, Colliers
 English Root Cellar, Exterior Vent, Colliers Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Root cellar owned by Jean Guthrie and Chris English on Harbour Drive in Colliers. The cellar is believed to have been built in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s by the original owner of the property Richard Skanes. It is a shed structure with a hatch entrance to the cellar. The cellar foundation is built down into a hill and has stone walls. It seems that rocks were mounded up around one side under the grass growth for extra support. There is a vent made of piping that is in the ceiling of the cellar and extends out of a window in the back of the upper shed structure. The cellar measures approximately 2.8 m x 3 m. A unique quality of this cellar is that the son of builder Richard Skanes, also Richard “Dick” Skanes and his wife Nora lived in the shed structure for maybe as many as 3 years while they were building a house for themselves on the property. Their niece, Marguerite Whelan, lived there with them as well. Dick and Nora had several gardens for growing vegetables and filled the cellar every winter. The Shed structure was later used for hay storage.
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