For over two decades it has been boarded and shuttered, abandoned and all but forgotten. When construction originally began in 1992, it was destined to be one of the finest seaside resorts in Eastern Canada; a sprawling 175,000 square foot [53,340m2] leisure retreat with 131 rooms overlooking the pristine shores of Nova Scotia. But for reasons unknown, the project went bankrupt only one year later, bringing construction to an abrupt halt. Good work doesn’t come for free, and when the money ran out the construction crew visibly wasted no time vacating. Construction materials, tools and entire blueprints still litter the building, frozen in time just as they were on the day the builders left back in 1993.
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