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The Ocean Deeps Colliery, located under the Cape Breton Miners Museum in Glace Bay, can look pretty daunting at first glance, even for seasoned ghost hunters.
Sheldon Currie’s debut publication, The Glace Bay Miner’s Museum (1979), is an idiosyncratic collection of stories that repeatedly draw on elements of grotesque realism. Known primarily for its title story—which Currie would later turn into a novel and screenplay and fellow Nova Scotian Wendy Lill would adapt into a radio and stage play—The Glace Bay Miner’s Museum casts its gaze on.
The Glace Bay Miners were a team in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia. They were a senior, intermediate, and junior team at various times. Contents. Senior Team Edit History Edit. The Miners played in the Cape Breton Senior Hockey League from 1937-38 through 1949-50 with the exception of 1943-46 when they were replaced by military teams during World War II. They won that league's title in 1937-38, 1941.
The Miners' Museum is 1.6 km (1 mi.) w. via Commercial and South sts. to 17 Museum St. Museum exhibits focus on the geology of coal; mining methods, techniques and equipment; and the development of the coal industry. Interactive kiosks provide information about the communities and history of Cape Breton's mining industry.
GLACE BAY, N.S. — Anyone who is interested in going back in time can do so in Glace Bay. The Cape Breton Miners’ Museum is looking for upwards of 100 volunteers of all ages to help bring the.
The Glace Bay Miners' Museum: The Novel by Sheldon Currie 96 ratings, 3.65 average rating, 12 reviews The Glace Bay Miners' Museum Quotes Showing 1-1 of 1 “I pulled the sheet off their faces.
Cape Breton Miners Museum, Glace Bay, NS. 3.3K likes. Rich history of coal mining. Profound stories of miners. The resource that helped build a nation. Home to the famous Men of the Deeps.