Shore Rd. Sydney Mines. Barracks that were used during the war. They are clearly visible and accessible.
Post Office Building
Fraser Ave. Sydney Mines. Built in 1904, it is noted for it's architectural design. Restored in 1989, now houses CBRM.
Miner's Memorial Monument
Pitt St. Sydney Mines. Erected to remember the miners who died in the mines. June 11 is Davis Day, observed in communities where there were mines.
Main St. Sydney Mines. Served as an office for the GMA.
Shore Rd. Sydney Mines. A Queen Anne home built by Louis Johnston in the early 1880's.
Shore Rd. Sydney Mines. Built in 1834.
North Sydney Historical Museum
Rear Commercial St., water front entrance. Wilfred Oram Centennial Library Bldg. Opens June 2.
Hours : Mon. - Fri. : 10:00 am - 5:00 pm.
Sat. : Noon - 5:00 pm.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 19 Cenotaph
Archibald Ave. North Sydney. Memorial to honor those who served.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 8 Cenotaph
Main St. Sydney Mines. Memorial to honor those who served.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 83 Cenotaph
Main St. Florence. Memorial to honor those who served.
Station St. North Sydney. The area's first railway station, is a fine example of ornate Victorian architecture.
Many of the area's churches were built at the turn of the century. Their interiors feature rich hand crafted woods and stained glass windows. See the directory in the Service Organizations menu on the main page for phone numbers.