Reprocessing and analysis of legacy datasets has become an economic alternative to acquiring new data. Beginning in 2020, the Nova Scotia Department of Energy and Mines underwent a project with Schlumberger to reprocess the Barrington narrow-azimuth, 3D surface seismic survey and subsequently complete a rock physics and AVO study using the newly reprocessed data. Using contemporary processing techniques such as broadband processing and high-resolution tomography, the 3D survey was reprocessed to a full tilted transverse isotropy Kirchhoff prestack depth migration (KPSDM) from the legacy isotropic Kirchhoff time migration. The reprocessed data has provided significant data quality improvement, specifically within the deep cretaceous and Jurassic sections. This enhancement has revealed several interesting anomalies in the Jurassic, specifically from a source rock perspective, and have reconfirmed previous play concepts. The rock physics, AVO and Inversion analysis revealed features such as clear conformance with structure, gathers dimming with offset and downdip amplitude dimming and terminations.