Panel L features various enterprises that existed in the past, such as, shipyard, Telephone company, Hay and Feed store, churches and hotels.
In December 1924 the new telephone exchange began its operations in Sackville, New Brunswick.
Yorkshire Settlers brought Methodism to Sackville area in the 1770s.
This wedding dress is of a burgandy colour made with taffeta type of fabric.
Many women worked at the NB Telephone company as switch board operators.
The Mount Allison University chapel was built in 1964-65.
The Hay and Feed Company located on Lorne Street, Sackville, NB.
The Middle Sackville High School was constructed in 1907 over an acre of land which school district 11 had purchased from Josiah Wood.
In 1905, the Middle Sackville Baptist Church was erected.
The train bridge and mudflats form an iconic part of the Tantramar landscape.
The Royal Bank has been operating in this location since 1909.
The Brunswick Hotel was located next to the Band Stand in Sackville, New Brunswick.
Sackville was a major centre for naval construction in 1800s.
The Old Wharf was constructed at Dixon's Landing in 1840s.
Cranewood is a Georgian style home built in 1836 by the prominent business man, William Crane.