Saturday, June 17, 2006
Conception Harbour on a Sunny Day
"This collection of buildings forms a rare intact example of the type of structures used in the domestic economy of rural Newfoundland during the 19th and 20th centuries. It includes a house, stable, carriage house/workshop, store, fencing, gate, gardens and rock-lined root cellar that accommodated the agricultural and fishing activities typical of the families in Conception Harbour until the mid-20th century. The property has been in the Trahey family name since before 1800. The dwelling house was constructed circa 1914-1915.
The prominence of the site in Conception Harbour has made this collection of buildings and the adjacent domestic structure a landmark in the community."
from the Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage Web