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    Fredericton New Brunswick

    June 12, 2019 in Canada ⋅ 🌫 17 °C

    Today we traveled north to Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick. On one turn on the highway we suddenly faced a railroad underpass of 4 meters (13 ft.)! We came to screeching halt since we are a little taller. Some nice Canadian trucker stopped and told us that it actually was a little higher than posted and that we would fit underneath. Whew!
    After arriving we went on a walking tour of the historic city center.
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    Sandy Wright

    What're those white things in the water behind Dick & the big anchor?

    6/13/19Reply
    Richard Klima

    They are the remains of the railroad bridge which was washed away by a flood and ice flow 1935.

    6/13/19Reply
    Richard Klima

    Lots of history as Fredericton was a British Garrison town in which every building burned multiple times until they rebuilt in brick and stone!

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