November 27, 2022

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Barkers Point Bridge
Bridges, History, Landmarks

Barkers Point Bridge

Barkers Point was Located on the east side of the St. John River at the mouth of the Nashwaak. It was named for Anthony Barker.  The Barker family name can be traced back to the early days of New Brunswick…

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Fredericton’s Stone Bridge
History, Bridges, Landmarks

Fredericton’s Stone Bridge

Wherever they occur, stone bridges invariably offer their own special charm and history. That is certainly true of Fredericton’s stone bridge, which crosses the Nashwaaksis Stream, a tributary of the St. John, at the junction of three thoroughfares: Sunset Drive,…

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