Editor’s Note: Journalist Mary Ellen MacIntyre, a 30-year veteran of The Chronicle-Herald, writes this occasional column, A Tourist In My Own City, visiting museums and heritage sites in Halifax, and across Nova Scotia.

 

By Mary Ellen MacIntyre

Consider Halifax’s Barrington Street. If there is a street that speaks of history in this city, it is Barrington Street.

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