By the Bay Museum
New exhibits of Lewisporte and area history in sawmill /logging, World Wars I and II, women, railway/coastal boat, pioneer doctors, historic 28-foot hand hooked rug, oral history collection, large stationary engine, 50 year old black island motor boat, 14 foot rodney, murals, viewing deck, wheelchair accessible.
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Logging, sawmill and ship-building industry, railroad, coastal and passenger boat industry, World War 1 and 11, medical, female role in our history, wheelchair accessible, outdoor exhibits, waterfront observation deck.
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