My Site

October 2016

www.antique-engine.ns.ca
Contact me at: oldiron@antique-engine.ns.ca

My primary interest these days is extensive research into the Davison Lumber Company,
or more specifically, the legacy of the Davison name in lumbering in Nova Scotia.
Read about it.

A page on Electrolysis, a process I have used extensively. I have posted my experiences and recieve regular feedback and questions.
Recently called "the best electrolysis site on the web"

My own music video, a tribute to the Canadian Coast Guard Ship Hudson
(Will be adding a link to it here shortly
)

I've had the opportunity to sail on the Hudson several times while conducting oceanographic research. On one stormy trip in 2005,
some words and music came to me. In 2009, a celebration was held for the Hudson and crew (who were the first to circumnavigate
the globe) in an event called Hudson 70 at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography (BIO). I felt compelled to refine my song for the
Hudson and combine it with my own video footage. Sung by a co-worker, it became a music video.

I also maintain a few websites:

bioexpo2017.ca , a site to provide information for the numerous events and Open House in celebration of the
55th Anniversary of BIO and the 150th anniversary of Canada

www.bio-oa.ca , a site for the BIO Oceans Association

 

    Stories of Historical Interest

Electrolysis feature

A restored WWII (1945) South Bend Lathe


The Nova Scotia Antique Engine and Tractor Association
website has moved to http://www.nsaeta.ca/

Old Iron Links



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