Work on the Fredericton train station is progressing well. The work is being done by the Urban Farmer. Their intent is to preserve as much of the original station as possible during the construction.
The front canopy has been removed.
The distinctive red cross is preserved, thankfully. This used to be on the front of the canopy.
In fact, a lot of the roof has been removed.
There is an article in the Daily Gleaner about the refurbishment. Also, Charles Leblanc has pictures.
EDIT: I forgot to credit Fredericton Friends of the Railway president, and good friend, Tim Scammell for the photos. Mea culpa.
America in Colour, 1939-43
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