Panel E displays Enterprise and Fawcett foundries where stoves were made. It has images of stoves and foundry workers. The tiles featuring water, rocks and plants complement these images.
The Enterprise Monarch was one of the most popular stoves produced by the Enterprise foundry.
Sackville was the geographical, educational, and industrial centre of the Maritimes in the 1800s.
The Intercontinental Hotel was situated next to the Inter-colonial Railway station located on Lorne Street.
The Enterprise Foundry was located near the Inter-Colonial railway station and the former Sackville wharf.
Fawcett Foundry was the first to employ women due to labour shortage during WW I.
The two foundries, Enterprise Foundry and Fawcett Foundry, were the major employers in Sackville.
The Fawcett Foundry was established in 1852 by John Fawcett and his son George.
A E Wry Ltd. was formerly J.R Ayer Ltd. Boot and Shoe company in Middle Sackville.