Tidnish Bridge is a community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Cumberland County on the interprovincial border with New Brunswick between Upper Tidnish, and Lower Tidnish on the Tidnish River. Tidnish Bridge is home to the Chignecto Ship Railway Keystone Bridge and would have been the Baie Verte terminus. Tidnish Dock Provincial Park is where the last piece of the project remained. The name Tidnish is of Mi'kmaq i origin, said to signify "A Paddle". Coordinates:
Sackville is a community in southeastern New Brunswick, Canada. It held town status prior to 2023.
The Isthmus of Chignecto is an isthmus bordering the Maritime provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia that connects the Nova Scotia peninsula with North America.
The Tidnish River is a short Canadian river on the Isthmus of Chignecto along the interprovincial boundary with New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
Route 970 is a 11.4-kilometre (7.1 mi) long provincial highway located entirely in Westmorland County, New Brunswick, Canada. The highway connects Nova Scotia Route 366 at Tidnish Bridge, Nova Scotia to Route 15 and Route 16 at Port Elgin. The road is one of only three public roads crossing the provincial boundary on the Isthmus of Chignecto; the other two being Route 2/Nova Scotia Highway 104 and the Mount Whately Road. It is the only land crossing between the two provinces.
The Sunrise Trail is a scenic roadway in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. It is located along the province's North Shore on the Northumberland Strait for 333 km (207 mi) from Amherst to the Canso Causeway.
The Fundy Shore Ecotour is a former scenic drive and network of tourist destinations in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia and encircles several sub-basins of the Bay of Fundy, which contains the highest tidal range on the planet.
Aulac is a Canadian community in Westmorland County, New Brunswick. It is located between the college town of Sackville and the provincial border with Nova Scotia.
Cumberland Basin is an inlet and northeasternmost part of the Bay of Fundy, located on the border between the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
Fort Lawrence is a Canadian rural community located on the Isthmus of Chignecto in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia, which is named after Fort Lawrence.
Cape Chignecto is a headland located on the Bay of Fundy coast of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
Eatonville is a former lumber and shipbuilding village in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia. It includes a large tidal harbour at the mouth of the Eatonville Brook beside several dramatic sea stacks known as the "Three Sisters". It was founded in 1826 and abandoned in the 1940s. The site of the village is now part of Cape Chignecto Provincial Park.
Tidnish is a community in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia, Canada. The community has a population of 1,327 and a community center located at 4358 Highway 366, RR#2.
New Yarmouth is an abandoned farming and forestry community which is now part of the Cape Chignecto Provincial Park in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia near the village of Advocate.
Tidnish Cross Roads is a small community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Cumberland County.
Mount Whatley is a community in the Canadian province of New Brunswick, located in Westmorland County on New Brunswick Highway 16. Mount Whatley is situated upon the Aulac Ridge, a prominent rise running west–east across the Tantramar Marshes on the Isthmus of Chignecto,on the shore of the Missaguash River which forms the southern part of the inter-provincial boundary with Nova Scotia.The community is linked by a small bridge to Fort Lawrence Nova Scotia.
The Cobequid Fault is a fault that is the extension of the Chedabucto Fault. This fault runs from Truro to Cape Chignecto south of the Cobequid Hills. Both the Cobequid fault and the Chedabucto Fault form the Minas Fault zone splitting Nova Scotia into the Avalon Zone and the Meguma Zone. Movement on the Cobequid Fault started before 400 million years ago and end around 40 million years ago. Between that time around 350 million years violent volcanic eruptions at Spicers Cove north Cape Chignecto Provincial Park and 50 million years after grey sandstone rich in fossil plants were deposited. At Five Islands Provincial Park there are red rocks formed by the large accumulation of mud, sand and gravel around 210 million years ago.
The Chignecto Marine Transport Railway is a historic Canadian portage railway located in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia.
Baie Verte is a 770 km2 (300 sq mi) Canadian bay located on the north shore of Nova Scotia and eastern shore of New Brunswick. It is a sub-basin of the Northumberland Strait.
Henry George Clopper Ketchum was a railway engineer and businessman in maritime British North America and later Canada.