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The Halifax and Southwestern Railway was built along the south shore linking Yarmouth with Shelburne, Liverpool, Bridgewater and Halifax in the early 20th century; the H&SW was eventually merged into the Canadian National Railway (CNR).
While iron-hulled steamships had led to the decline of Yarmouth's once-thriving wooden shipbuilding industry, they also made the port a vital connection between Nova Scotia's rail lines and steamships destined for Boston and New York.
It was interpreted by some to have been carved by Ericson, while others feel the markings are natural scratches gradually enhanced over the years.
The stone is preserved at the Yarmouth County Museum & Archives.
The DAR and Halifax and Southwestern Railway offered connections for passengers arriving in Yarmouth with steamship services operating to New York City and Boston.
In 1939, examiners at Yarmouth's Merchant Marine Institution made seafaring history by issuing master's papers to Molly Kool, the first female ship captain in the Western World. Following the war, as the economy of western Nova Scotia improved, the need for a year-round daily service was made evident.
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The town's first railway was the locally owned Western Counties Railway which was built from Yarmouth to Digby in the 1870s.