Women workers building lifeboats at Dr. Alexander Graham Bell's laboratory at Beinn Bhreagh.

Boatbuilding facility which operated as part of Alexander Graham Bell's laboratories in Baddeck, Nova Scotia from 1885 to 1928.

- Bell Boatyard

In 1851, Victoria County was split from Cape Breton county and Baddeck became the site for the new county's jail and court house, and later the site of Alexander Graham Bell's Beinn Bhreagh, a summer residence and research centre, and the Bell Boatyard.

- Municipality of the County of Victoria
Women workers building lifeboats at Dr. Alexander Graham Bell's laboratory at Beinn Bhreagh.

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