Truce Sound Lookout
Just 1 km from the Trans Canada Highway. Visitors can rest and view the harbour while learning about our history. People have lived here for 5,000 year - groups that have lived here for over 5,000 years. A friendly meeting between English and Beothuk took place here in 1612. Early settlers wintered here around 1670. French troops held English prisoners here in 1697. The first transatlantic cable was landed here in 1858. Oil platforms are now being built here.
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History boards, resting place, view of Truce Sound Harbour, near the beginning of Truce Sound Coastal Trail.
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