Plague And Pestilence In Downtown Halifax

My picture today shows the spire of Square Congregational Church, Halifax during the nadir of its fortunes in the early 1970s. Two fires and a gale had already brought this fine Victorian church to its knees – when I took this photograph it was patiently awaiting the inevitable Biblical flood and plague of locusts. Luckily they never arrived and the spire was saved.

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