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Chaulk-Murray, Interior Pound, Mount Pearl
Chaulk-Murray, Interior Pound, Mount Pearl
Descriptive TitleChaulk-Murray, Interior Pound, Mount Pearl
TopicArchitecture, building and construction
Root cellars
DescriptionThis is a shed style with a cellar underground in the concrete block foundation. There is no hatch entrance; however there is a set of concrete stairs in the front, right corner of the shed that leads down to the cellar. Cellar was built by Hilda and her husband Murdo in 1965, including digging the hole by hand. It was used to store vegetables and the shed portion has always been used to store miscellaneous garden supplies. Today the cellar is used off and on for vegetable storage as well as storage of flower pots and planting materials. It has electricity and is approximately 3m x 4m.
CollectorPomeroy, Julie
Location Depicted/DiscussedCanada-Newfoundland and Labrador- Mount Pearl
Recording LocationCanada-Newfoundland and Labrador- Mount Pearl
TypeStill Image
Resource TypePhotograph
CollectionIntangible Cultural Heritage Inventory - Knowledge and Practices concerning Nature and the Universe
CONTENTdm file name551.jp2
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