October 2, 2022

Summer

Palmer-McLellan Building
History, Landmarks, Summer

Palmer-McLellan Building

The Palmer-McLellan Building, 364 Argyle Street,  is a three storey brick faced structure with a flat roof. Fronting on Argyle Street, it is located in the traditional industrial centre of Fredericton which had been in close proximity to the railway…

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Old UNB Engineering Building
Landmarks, History, Summer

Old UNB Engineering Building

Called a "temple of science" at its cornerstone-laying ceremony, this brick and stone Romanesque Revival building was built in 1900-01 for $25,000.  The extensive carved archway at the main entrance is one of the most striking architectural icons in Fredericton,…

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Marysville Cenotaph
History, Landmarks, Summer

Marysville Cenotaph

The Marysville Cenotaph, 190 Canada Street, is located in Veterans Memorial Park on the corner of Canada and Bridge streets. Overlooking the Nashwaak River, the site features two granite monuments and a six-pounder anti-tank gun on a landscaped lot. The…

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Fredericton Exhibition FREX 2013
Festivals, Summer

Fredericton Exhibition FREX 2013

Known locally as "the FREX," this exhibition and agricultural fair has been pulling into town for more than 180 years. It's held on the Exhibition Grounds at 361 Smythe Street.  Young and old alike love the midway. There are gentle…

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