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Sackville in New Brunswick.
Sackville (2006 population: 5,411) is a town in Westmorland County, New Brunswick.
Mount Allison University is located in the town. Historically home to two foundries manufacturing stoves and furnaces, the economy is now driven by the university and tourism.
Cranewood is a Georgian-style stone house in the centre of Sackville. Built around 1836 by William Crane, the house was purchased in 1975 by Mount Allison University, and has become the university president's residence.
Mel's Tea Room is a "diner-style" restaurant located in the downtown area.
Captain George Anderson House, an octagon house built in 1855.
The Sackville Harness Shop is the oldest building in town, a rustic wooden shop which is currently home to the Sackville Harness Limited.
Sackville railway station, was designated a national historic railway station in 1993. The station is still in active use with Via Rail.
Tantramar Marshes, a National Wildlife Area which forms most of the border between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
The Sackville Relay Station, a Radio Canada transmitter site.
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