Our First view of the St John River was from the Princess Margaret Bridge.
Looking South from the Princess Margaret Bridge as we sped across it on our way to our Motel the first evening in Fredericton.
If You Look Closely, There are quite a few Cormorants on the closest Ancient Bridge Support.
After seeing hundreds of sea gulls playing king of the mountain on the old bridge supports we noticed one day, a flock of Cormorants had taken over the southern most support here.
This is from the Boat Launching Park on the North side of the St John. The Westmoreland Bridge is in the distance.
Looking pretty much west from the Boat Launching Park on the North Side of the St John River. The Westmoreland Bridge and Hills are in the background.
Okay, so this photo seems to feature the parking lot at the Boat Launch Park at the foot of Gibson Street on the North Side of the River. But the river is there and so is a little bit of downtown Fredericton.
Some of the above photos play down the size or width of the St John River here, but that river played a major part in the settlement of this city and much of its history.
Another view of the Westmoreland Bridge, this one from the Lighthouse on the Green on the South Side.
I’m pretty sure that’s a walking trail in the foreground. The river, the old bridige supports and the Westmoreland bridge, and then a little bit of the North Side with its hills are in the background.