Marconi National Historic Site
Perched on a cliff, facing towards Europe, an imposing set of 200-foot towers and webs of cables once dominated Table Head. A technological race was on, and Glace Bay, Nova Scotia was at its forefront. Learn about an era in which the foundations of modern wireless communications were built!
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