Fredericton is the capital city of New Brunswick.
The historic downtown plat has some beautiful old homes
on it's mature tree lined streets.
Scroll down and enjoy.
This house and the one on the right are some of the oldest and somewhat rundown.
I think they are over 150 years old.
The above homes are not very old but they are beautifully
landscaped with gorgeous flowers and shrubs.
I love the beautiful manicured shrubbery in front of this house.
This is probably my favorite home along this street as it
looks more like a large cottage. I love it's wrap around
veranda and broad front steps.
This one is really large. They must have a great view
of the river from the upper porch.
And speaking of the river.
This is the walking trail on the river side of Waterloo Row.
Above is the Princess Margaret Bridge. It was name for
the late Princess Margaret, sister of Queen Elizabeth II.
They have been repairing this bridge the past 3 summers.
Beautiful shade trees line the street.
I hope you enjoyed visiting this beautiful street and
seeing some of the lovely homes on it.
I want to thank all of you who left comments on my recent
post about our 35th wedding anniversary.
You were all so kind and I appreciate every one of your wishes
I am enjoying my visit with our family and as I am visiting
around blogs today and writing this, Ewan is chattering away
in his bedroom during his afternoon 'nap'. There's not much
napping going on! Baby Eli is beautiful and a very good baby.
His mum is doing really well for having given birth just a week ago.
The weather has been sunny and hot here and we have had
several meals on the back patio. Friends have been very kind
and brought dinner the past 3 nights.
I hope you liked seeing the beautiful homes of Waterloo Row.
There are so many beautiful homes in downtown Fredericton.
I will do another post about them soon.
Thanks for stopping by.