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The Barrington


 Barrington St.

Steeped in history Barrington Street was widely regarded as the most fashionable street for promenading in Halifax, and by the 19th century it was considered as the main commercial district of the city. Although the origin of Barrington Street is reportedly unclear, one account suggests the street is named after William Barrington who served as a Secretary of War but was an “unknown” in 1749 when Halifax was founded.