Disaster of Moose River Gold Mines in Nova Scotia. Collapsed Moose River Gold Mines and pile of debris. Rescue miners inspect the site. The men reach by drilling a bore hole on the sixth day to bring food, water and a telephone. Survivors of the disaster. On April 12, 1936 the roof of the mine collapses, trapping three men 150 feet down for 11 days. Rotted timbers split. The rubble traps the cable. Plane in flight. People and relatives of victims at the surface, express grief and depression. Rescuers on surface. Survivors are carried out on litters. Large crowd gather.
Fishermen aboard `Helga' off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada. View of fish catch. The fishermen look at fishes. Views of piles of fishes. A fisherman transfers fishes from one container to another. A fisherman transfers fishes with a fork shovel. Helga underway at sea.
A restaurant serving fish on a shore in Nova Scotia, Canada. A sign on the restaurant: 'Hot Fish Sandwiches'. A man sitting at a restaurant window. A sign: 'Restaurant, Fried Oysters - Fish Sandwiches'. A man exits a car and enters the restaurant.
Fishing activities aboard `Helga' off the shore of Nova Scotia, Canada. Helga underway at sea. Seagulls swarm around. Fishermen standing in a ship passageway. They deploy a fishing net in the sea. They handle the fishing net. The fishermen move in the passageway.
A ship off the shore of Nova Scotia, Canada. The ship underway at sea. Men climb up and down a ladder. A man smoking a cigar operates the dial of an equipment. Ice coated equipment aboard the ship. Smoke rising from the chimney of the ship.
Seagulls swarm off the shore of Nova Scotia, Canada. Seagulls at sea. The seagulls swarm around. Thousands of seagulls fly. A part of a ship in the foreground.