The novel Random Passage tells a tale of Newfoundland outport life as it might have been in the early 1800s. Ten years after its publication this story was made into a TV Mini-Series, which of course required the creation of a filmset.
This small cove near New Bonaventure was chosen as the location of the filmset because it is so secluded, you can easily walk around here and imagine you’ve somehow stepped back in time:
Some outside details:
Some inside details:
A visit to the Random Passage filmset is highly recommended to anyone interested in Newfoundland’s outport history, and of course to anyone looking for some unique ‘back in time’ photo opportunities.
Find out more about visiting the filmset here.