Flemming Park, Halifax

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    Visit Flemming Park (a.k.a to...

    by BillyInHfx Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    Visit Flemming Park (a.k.a to locals as 'the Dingle'). The park, and the tower in it, is named after Sir Sanford Flemming, an engineer that helped build the railway across Canada and at the same time 'invented' the 24-hour clock that is used all over the world. Its a small park, but nice, with a lot of strolls. On a nice summer day, you can see the Northwest Arm full of sailing boats. If you want a break from the downtown core, and perhaps picnic, this is the place to go!

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