Beaver Brook Station, New Brunswick

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Beaver Brook Station is located in New Brunswick
Beaver Brook Station
Beaver Brook Station
Location of Beaver Brook Station in New Brunswick

Beaver Brook Station is a Canadian rural community in Northumberland County, New Brunswick.

Max Aitken grew up in the nearby community of Newcastle, New Brunswick. In accepting his peerage, Max Aitken chose the name "Lord Beaverbrook" (note the spelling difference) in reference to this community, after initially considering the harder to pronounce "Lord Miramichi".[1][2][3]


Beaver Brook Station was created when the Intercolonial Railway was constructed through the area 15 km (9.3 mi) north of Newcastle (now part of the city of Miramichi) in 1875.

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  1. ^ St John NB & The Magnificent Irvings + Art heist at Beaverbrook Gallery
  2. ^ Rayburn, A. 2001. Naming Canada: Stories about Canadian Place Names. University of Toronto Press.
  3. ^ Rayburn, A. 1975. Geographical Names of New Brunswick. Canadian Permanent Committee on Geographical Names, Ottawa.

Coordinates: 47°08′00″N 65°36′00″W / 47.13333°N 65.60000°W / 47.13333; -65.60000