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Joggins is known for its fossil fields and 30-metre-high (100-ft.) cliffs where fossilized trees and plants are visible. Coal may have been mined in the area as early as 1650. Commercial mining began in 1854 with construction of a loading wharf and a narrow-gauge railway. The Joggins Mine closed in 1927, and the once thriving town would never recover from a catastrophic fire a year later.

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Joggins Fossil Cliffs
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