|Artillery (7) New Brunswick, St. Charles, St. George, St. Stephen, Sussex, Swan Creek, and Woodstock
Artillery preserved in New Brunswick
Artillerie préservée au Nouveau-Brunswick
St. Charles, St. George, St. Stephen, Sussex, Woodstock
Data current to 4 March 2021.
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American 90-mm M1A2 anti-aircraft gun (Serial No. 1857), 1943, wt 2,505 lbs, private owner.