October 2, 2022

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Former Marysville Hotel
History, Landmarks

Former Marysville Hotel

Construction of the Former Marysville Hotel, situated at 7 Bridge Street in Fredericton, began in 1887. The three-storey, symmetrically-massed, red brick multi-unit dwelling of Italianate-inspired design is located directly across the street from the former cotton mill, which for many…

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Former Gibson Roundhouse
History, Landmarks

Former Gibson Roundhouse

In 1885, B. Mooney & Sons erected the massive roundhouse at the Gibson Railway Yard for the Northern & Western Railway. The former roundhouse, which later served the Canada Eastern and Canadian National Railway, fronts onto the west side of…

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Hatt House
History, Landmarks, Summer

Hatt House

This two-and-a-half storey, cross-gabled Queen Anne Revival dwelling overlooking the Nashwaak River is located on “Nob Hill” in the Marysville neighbourhood of Fredericton. The house, known as “Hatt House” after the original owners, features decorative wooden elements including scalloped shingling…

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