A photographic then-and-now comparative journey through the historical Town of Channel-Port aux Basques in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Starting with the 1875 Channel Head lighthouse, see how it has altered through to the present day, then journey along Main Street to see how the town and its citizens have transformed over the past century. The pictoral series concludes at the infamous Wreckhouse, once home to Lauchie MacDougall. The winds that routinely exceed Category 1 hurricane strength used to derail train cars and still routinely topple transport trailers. Enjoy the beauty and the history of the Southwest coast of the island of Newfoundland!