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Consolidated Newfoundland Regulation 1996
Under the authority of section 4 of the Provincial Parks Act and the Subordinate Legislation Revision and Consolidation Act, the Lieutenant‑Governor in Council proclaims the area described in the Schedule to be a provincial park.
All that piece or parcel of land situate
and being near
Beginning at a point formed by the intersection of the northern limit of the Trinity South Highway, 30.5 metres wide, with the eastern limit of an abandoned Canadian National Railway's right‑of‑way, 15.2 metres wide, that point having co‑ordinates of north 29,904.3 metres and east 30,922.8 metres as referred to Crown Land Survey Marker No. 83220 having assumed co‑ordinates of north 30,480 metres and east 30,480 metres;
Then by the eastern and northern limit of the Canadian National Railway's right‑of‑way in a general northerly, westerly and northerly direction to a point in the shoreline of Backside Pond, that point having co‑ordinates of north 30,912.7 metres and east 30,857 metres;
Then by Crown land north 73° 11' west 773.3 metres to a point in the shoreline of Trinity Bay at low water ordinary spring tides, that point having co‑ordinates of north 31,314.1 metres and east 30,116.9 metres;
Then by the waters of Trinity Bay at low water ordinary spring tides to a point having co‑ordinates of north 32,772.7 metres and east 32,144.8 metres;
Then by Crown land south 45° 30' east 1,462.4 metres to a point in the western limit of the Trinity South Highway, that point having co‑ordinates of north 31,740.6 metres and east 33,195.1 metres;
Then by the western limit of the
All bearings being referred to magnetic north.
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