A Celebration of Union Station on York Street Exhibit Opening

1869 York Street Train Station

The building on the right in the background is the original 1869 station, situated between the present structure and York Street. When the present structure was opened, the archway — for carriages, not railway cars — was removed, and the remainder relocated to the corner of Northumberland and Victoria streets, where today it is housing apartments. This image is from the HF Albright (July 30, 1898), Walter Long Collection.

Fredericton Heritage Trust and Fredericton Region Museum invite you to the opening of their new exhibit: A Celebration of Union Station on York Street. See the eight panels showing historic railway operations and many photos. The Mayor will speak. Tuesday, June 14 at 12 noon; City Hall Gallery on Queen Street. Free admission.

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