Driving in Nova Scotia
Sat Jul 2 15:29:27 EDT 2011
Due to its west-facing directional pattern, WBZ sends only the
equivalent of ~5 kW-ND (from a quarter-wave tower) toward New Glasgow.
That's about the same as WEZE. With pretty much of a clear salt-water
path the whole way, the 590 and 1030 signals should be comparable.
As for ferries, what about the ferry from Portland ME to Yarmouth? Is
that gone also?
Dan Strassberg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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From: "Doug Drown" <email@example.com>
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Sent: Saturday, July 02, 2011 2:02 PM
Subject: Re: Driving in Nova Scotia
> I'll bet a lot of people miss the ferry. The Cat left port from
> Bar Harbor in March for points unknown. I believe it's been sold.
> Sad. I understand the loss has been a huge blow to Yarmouth's local
> economy. Ferry service had operated between the two communities
> for nearly sixty years.
> The ferry from Saint John to Digby is still running, but it isn't
> particularly advantageous to anyone heading toward the east side of
> Nova Scotia.
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