Picturesque Lunenburg is one of my favourite small towns to visit in the east coast Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
Located about an hours’ drive south of Halifax, Lunenburg was a hub for both the fishing and the shipbuilding industries for well over 250 years. Because of its historical significance, in 1995 the entire town was named a UNSECO World Heritage site – the only entire town with this distinction in North America.
I’ve done a number of previous posts from this gorgeous little seaside town on our last visit there in 2015.
Despite coming away with enough doors for at least four or five posts last time, this year I still managed to find loads more lovely and interesting doors to capture and share.
Here are some of my favourites:
These are from one of several historic old churches in the town
Though obviously not a door photo
An old coal or ice chute door perhaps?
Classic red and green…and texture.
And my absolute favorite of this batch – yellow on dark grey
As always, I thank you for looking 🙂
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