Albro

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Albro Lake, Nova Scotia
... Albro Lake is a neighbourhood in the north end of the community of Dartmouth in Nova Scotia's Halifax Regional Municipality ... Albro Lake takes its name from the shallow freshwater lake of the same name ... The lake was named after Samuel Albro, who first settled in the area in the 1740s with a group of other residents from Portsmouth, Rhode Island ...
Dartmouth North Community Centre - History of The Community
... The industrial factories were set up in the early 19th century by John Albro and his brother Samuel (after whom the community is named) ... The Naval Radio Station in Albro Lake is another feature of the community ... The site was renamed HMC NRS Albro Lake on July 1, 1956 and remained such until its closure in 1968 ...
Naval Radio Section Newport Corner - History
... Croix River valley in Newport Corner, 50 kilometres northwest of NRS Albro Lake near Brooklyn ... NRS Newport Corner was a sub-unit of NRS Albro Lake and functioned as the primary transmitting facility, while the receiving facility was located at Albro Lake ... A secondary transmitter was co-located at NRS Albro Lake should the connection to NRS Newport Corner fail ...
John Albro
... John Albro (May 6, 1764 – October 23, 1839) was a merchant and political figure in Nova Scotia ... He was born in Newport Township, Nova Scotia, the son of Samuel Albro and Jane Cole, who had come from Rhode Island ... Albro operated a tannery in Halifax, later operating as a butcher and then a hardware merchant ...
Highfield Park, Nova Scotia
... Highfield Park is located in the larger neighbourhood of Albro Lake (also a part of the North End) and is situated on the former site of the Royal Canadian Navy's Naval Radio ... Canadian Forces in 1968, Naval Radio Station Albro Lake was closed and the land surrounding the lake was opened for development during the 1970s and 1980s ... (as well as Highway 111 as it curves around Albro Lake) ...