Prince Edward Island

In 2006, we visited Prince Edward Island. The smallest of Canada’s ten provinces, but arguably the most charming. To get there, you cross the longest bridge in Canada, 13 kilometers across the Northumberland straight. On this page are photographs from Borden, Malpeque, Charlottetown and Kensington as well as a few other places on the island.

 
Confederation bridge, Victoria harbour light house and street scene.
Confederation BridgeLighthouse at Borden, PEIVictoria Harbour, PEI

 

 

 

 

North Cape lighthouse, the church at Indian River, Lucy Maud Montgomery homestead.

North Cape Lighthouse St. Mary's Church, Indian River, PEI Green Gables

 

 

 

Fishing boat near Malpeque, the former Kensington railway station and shops at Kensington.

Fishing Boat, Malpeque  Kensington Station Shops in Kensington, PEI

 

 

 

Malpeque harbour, fishing sheds at Malpeque and the road to Malpeque.

Malpeque Bay harbour, PEI Fishing huts, Malpeque Bay The road to Malpeque

 

 

 

Borden lighthouse, New London, re-enactors at Province House in Charlottetown, and Kensington railway station.

Cabot Beach Lighthouse New London, PEI Re-enactors at Province House, Charlottetown Kensingston Railway Station

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