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Charlottetown's Victoria Park

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PARO Acc. 2602/21
Fort Edward, circa 1900
The most photographed feature of Victoria Park, the cannons at Fort Edward continue to attract young and old alike. The wooden planks under the cannons were replaced by cement in the 1930s. In 1915, the City of Charlottetown purchased a "one horse grass cutter" for keeping the grass in Victoria Park and the Squares and streets in Charlottetown neatly trimmed.

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