Fort Point Military Site - Historic Places Days

Fort Point Military Site

Trinity, Newfoundland and Labrador
Trinity Trinity Bay, Newfoundland
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9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Fort Point Military Site, also known as Admiral’s Point, is situated on the western shore to the entrance of Trinity Harbour.  In 1746, it was fortified with three batteries mounting 18 guns, a store house, a powder magazine, barracks for 224 soldiers and a pavilion for 9 officers, all surrounded by parapets and palisades. Today the site has been restores with a walking trail and Interpretation Centre which tells the history of the Military and Lighthouse keepers


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Trinity Trinity Bay, Newfoundland
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