The base of the old satellite dish antenna at the decommissioned Teleglobe Canada earth-satellite station on the South Shore of Nova Scotia. Part of the station was demolished in the fall of 2010, and much of the wiring and equipment have been removed and salvaged. The green objects are air filters for the equipment, and they are strewn all over the facility. The dish that was located here was protected by a large inflatable balloon that sat on the outside wall. All the doors in and out were fitted with air locks. This was the oldest dish at the station, and it was removed when the two newer dishes were built - the latter two are also now gone. The wooden roof was added after the dish and dome were removed, and the area looks like it housed a road salt shed for a time.