Petty Harbour

This is one of at least two murals in the village of Petty Harbour (on the east coast of Newfoundland). Like many of the historic murals in Newfoundland, it shows locals hard at work in the fishing industry – out in boats catching fish, on shore cleaning fish, maintaining nets, etc.

mural on a garage door of the Harbour Authority Office, Canadian flag flying above building, mural is a fishing village scene with fisherman cleaning fish, catching fish in nets, on boats, and on shore

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