900.00Scenic (Fredericton north and south, St John River and Marysville)
FKPC 901-35  "Nestled along the shores of the St. John River, Fredericton (Ste. Anne's Point) is Atlantic Canada's Riverfront Capital City (designated in 1785).  This city is rich in culture, history and riverside beauty with a friendly and warm small town feel."
901-07 - Downtown Fredericton (taken from Carleton Park on Fredericton’s northside).
901-11 - Downtown Fredericton (taken from Barker's Point on Fredericton’s northside).
901-15 - Downtown Fredericton (taken from Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge).
901-17 - Downtown Fredericton (taken from Carleton Park on Fredericton’s northside).
901-19 - "Downtown Fredericton (taken from the North Riverfront Walking Trail)"
901-21 - Downtown Fredericton (taken from Barkers Pt on Fredericton’s northside - spring).
901-23 - Downtown Fredericton (taken from Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge).
901-25 - The St. John River with views of Christ Church Cathefral and the UNB-STU campusses reflected in the calm waters.
902-04 - Fall along the North Riverfront Trail
902-03 - Fredericton North, Southview Condos & North Riverfront Walking Trail
903-03 - Gallery 78 and Cenotaph
903-05 - Queen Street, downtown Fredericton
903-07 - Queen Street, downtown Fredericton (fall)
FKPC 903-13  Queen Street (600 block) - Fredericton night life
903-06 - Queen Street, downtown Fredericton
904-01 - Church Street
904-04 - On this corner of Queen and Carleton Streets stood the the main branch of the Bank of Montreal in Fredericton from 1925 to 1984.  The property was donated by the bank to the province to assist in the development of Fredericton’s historic military compund.
901-28 - Cityview
901-30 - View of downtown Fredericton and the piers of the old Carleton Street Bridge. (Photo taken from the banks of the North Riverfront Trail underneath the Westmorland Street Bridge.)
901-29 - View of downtown Fredericton and the piers of the old Carleton Street Bridge. (Photo taken from the banks of the North Riverfront Trail underneath the Westmorland Street Bridge.)
907-01 - Marysville, a National Historic District, on the Nashwaak River.
907-02 - Alexander Gibson Memorial School (Marysville)
FKPC 907.13 The Alexander Gibson Memorial School was built in 1926 in the historic 19th-century mill town of Marysville.  The school is now a Community Centre, ‘The Ville Cooperative.’
907-10 - "Marysville, a National Historic District
(Canada's only intact 19th century milltown)."
907-11 - "Marysville, a National Historic District
(Canada's only intact 19th century milltown)."
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