The Intercolonial Railway: Ties That Bind Heritage Day Talk Kicks Off Year Long Celebration of 150 Years Since the Intercolonial Railway Came to Sackville

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To celebrate Heritage Day, the Tantramar Heritage Trust is presenting a talk by Susan Amos titled “The Intercolonial Railway: Ties That Bind.” Susan will discuss how vision and politics gave birth to Canada’s first national infrastructure project with a particular focus on New Brunswick and how the Intercolonial impacted life in and around Sackville.

This is the first presentation in a year long celebration of the 150th anniversary of the coming of the Intercolonial Railway to Sackville. Details of the entire celebration will be announced at the talk.

February 16, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm at Town Hall. For more information visit www.heritage.tantramar.com

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