Panel I features images of the lifestyle of Mi'kmaq, who were the original inhabitants of the Tantramar area.
Sir Stanford Flemming was the chief engineer for Intercolonial Railway.
The Mi'kmaq had a nomadic lifestyle.
Mi'kmaq women created artifacts with beadwork, porcupine quills etc.
Mi'kmaq used the birch bark canoe as their chief means of transportation.
The barns served as warehouses for storing hay.
Wigwam was the traditional shelter for the Mi'kmaq people.
This abutment supported the railway bridge at one time.