Tour of the McAdam Rail Station and presentation on the Maxwell Houses of St. Andrews

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Offered in English only
Departure from Hilton Lobby at 10:00 a.m., Return to Hilton at 3:30 p.m.
Lunch & Learn Format
Designed by Montreal architect Edward Maxwell and built in 1900, the McAdam Station (a former Canadian Pacific Railway Station) is a national and provincial historic site and designated as a heritage railway station.
Delegates will leave the hotel by motorcoach and be provided with a guided and comprehensive tour of the Châteauesque style station and enjoy lunch (including the famous Railway Pie) in one of the station’s historical eating spaces.  During lunch, a presentation of the Maxwell Houses of St. Andrews will be given.
Delegates are sure to enjoy this historic educational opportunity by viewing the work of one of Canada’s premiere architects and visiting this piece of New Brunswick railroad history when riding the rail was the only way to travel!

 
 
Session ID:
T01
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Room Capacity:
112
Session Status:
Open
Date:
May 31, 2018
Time:
10:00 - 15:30
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May 30 - June 2, 2018
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The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and the Architects' Association of New Brunswick have partnered to present the 2018 Festival of Architecture May 30 - June 2 in Saint John.

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