PEI Farms & Villages Photos

Prince Edward Island is largely rural & noted for the potatoes which grow in its red rolling fields.

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Barn in western PEI near Campbellton. PE.Kensington rail station now a rail museum. Kensington, PE.Stone walls of Kensington rail station. Kensington, PE.Diesel locomotive on display at Kensington rail museum. Kensington, PE.
Barn in western PEI near Campbellton. PE.Kensington rail station (1905) now a rail museum. Kensington, PE. Architect: Charles Chappell.Stone walls of Kensington rail station. Kensington, PE.Diesel locomotive on display at Kensington rail museum. Kensington, PE.
Former Kensington rail freight shed now a Farmers Market. Kensington, PE.Early saltbox shingled building by Kensington rail museum. Kensington, PE.Kensington Grain elevators. Kensington, PE.PEI countryside scene. PE.
Former Kensington rail freight shed now a Farmers Market. Kensington, PE.Early saltbox shingled building by Kensington rail museum. Kensington, PE.Kensington Grain elevators. Kensington, PE.PEI countryside scene. PE.
PEI potato field. PE.Former Summerside Post Office. Summerside, PE.Queen Anne style home in Summerside. Summerside, PE.Yellow flowers. PE.
PEI potato field. PE.Former Summerside Post Office (1883-6). Summerside, PE. Style: Victorian Romanesque. Architect: Thomas Fuller.Queen Anne style home in Summerside. Summerside, PE. Style: Queen Anne.Yellow flowers. PE.
PEI potato salt & pepper shaker souvenirs. PE.


PEI potato salt & pepper shaker souvenirs. PE.



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