Saturday, June 19, 2010

Fredericton Train Station Work To Resume in July

The Daily Gleaner reports that work should resume on the Fredericton train station in July of this year. They have been waiting for approval for their plans to restore the front part of the station, and build the liquor store annex on the rear where the freight shed currently stands. Approval has been given by the federal cabinet, but the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada must sign off on the final plans and that has not happened yet.

After the rush to replace the roof, nothing has happened in the summer to date. I'm glad to hear there is planning work going on behind the scenes.

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