Fredericton Junction (2011 population - 752) is a Canadian village in Sunbury County, New Brunswick.
Located on the Oromocto River in the western part of the county, approximately 45 km southwest of Fredericton,
The community was originally named Hartt's Mills but was renamed in 1869 when the European and North American Railway (Western Extension) was opened between Saint John and Vanceboro, Maine, meeting the Fredericton Branch Railway which ran from this junction into Fredericton.
- ^ Government of New Brunswick website: Fredericton Junction
- ^ 2006 Statistics Canada Community Profile: Fredericton Junction, New Brunswick
- ^ Statistics Canada Mobile Census Profile: Baker-Brook, New Brunswick (Village)
- ^ "Census Profile: Fredericton Junction, New Brunswick (Village) – Statistics Canada Mobile". Retrieved 2013-03-26.
Coordinates: 45°40′N 66°37′W / 45.667°N 66.617°W