• This pack of 4 coasters contains 1 image each from my following works.


    Balmoral Grist Mill - Nestled in the heart of northern Nova Scotia you will find little treasures just like this! The Balmoral Grist Mill is a working museum steeped in history since it was opened in 1874. A popular visitor stop now but in years gone by it was an important part of the rural network and economy.


    Sutherlands Steam Mill - Located in Denmark, near Tatamagouche, the mill was able to make anything to build and beautify your home! In the 1890’s steam power was the way of the future and Alexander Sutherland took this innovation and built his steam mill right next to the railroad. Today the mill is a museum. If you love things mechanical and innovative, this is the place for you!


    The Train Station Inn - This historic train station built in 1887 has been lovingly transformed since the 1980’s after the last train left the station into an award winning tourist venue reflecting its railway past. Another popular visitor stop now, but in years gone by it was an important part of the rural network and economy.


    The Grain - You will find this grain elevator in the heart of Tatamagouche on the north shore of Nova Scotia. Affectionately known simply as The Grain nowadays, it was built in the 1950’s and believed to be the only one of its style east of Manitoba.


    Four rubber coasters in each pack printed with images from my original paintings make for a beautiful gift idea for friends and family, and why not for yourself!  They are durable, waterproof and made in Nova Scotia!  They come in packs of mixed images or packs of single images.


    Each coaster is approximately 4" x 4" in size.

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