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    Dominion BuildingDominion Building Sussex, Canada
    This lovely two and a half story Romanesque revival style building was built in 1883, of brick and sandstone in downtown Sussex, NB, Canada and made a local historic place since it was one of the many constructed by the government to bring its presence to the thousands of towns across the country. It was designed by David E. Dunham, a well known St. John architect, and includes rounded arches over its windows and entrances, thick masonry walls and a variable brick and stone facade. It has been recognized for its continued use as an institutional building, that had been used as a post office and customs house until 1984 when the town would acquire it, and then renovate it to contain the town offices. It became a focal point for the community for numerous years since it was such a convenient gathering place for the townsfolk to meet. It is rectangular with a hipped roof, symmetrical facade that encompasses a central gabled frontispiece, brick arches over the windows, twin gabled dormers with sunburst designs in the pediments, federal coat-of-arms over the main entrance and a clock at the apex of the gable that sits over the front entrance.

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    Agricultural Museum of New BrunswickAgricultural Museum of New Brunswick Sussex, Canada
    The Agricultural Museum of New Brunswick in downtown Sussex, lies in the marvelous Princess Louise Park housing a magnificent collection of rural life antiquities that include military memorabilia, house wares, agricultural equipment and an excellent railway exhibit. Much of their military relics have come from the 8th Hussars and the military training base, along with a school room and numerous antique home settings. The community has been collecting for many years and has become one of the most prominent collections in the Atlantic provinces. The museum contains a large and excellent display that is dedicated to Princess Louise I and II that had become the most famous army mascots of that period. The Kings County Model Railroad Club takes care of the scale model in this historic building that had welcomed travelers to nearby Apohaqui in the past, with this train station keeping many of its former working models and equipment. They offer a great caboose and gatehouse for visitors to explore and view many relics of years gone by.

May 4, 2011