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Buchans Junction is a community located in the central part of the island of Newfoundland in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. It is situated on the banks of Mary March River near where the Mary March River flows into the northeast end of Red Indian Lake. The community is on a site first known as "Four Mile Siding" on the railway which was constructed in 1900 to connect the community of Millertown to the Newfoundland Railway at Millertown Junction. The site itself became a rail junction in 1927 when Asarco subsidiary, the Buchans Mining Company, completed a rail link from the newly formed mining town of Buchans. Ever since 1927, even after the Buchans Railway closed in 1977, the community has been known as "Buchans Junction."