Welcome to Vintage Moncton

This website is for everyone fascinated by how much Greater Moncton has expanded and changed in the last 100 or so years. The photos on this website are a combination of prints and postcards that were purchased online, shared by friends, and various photos found online.

This  website created by Ryan Gagné, Vice President of NOW-IC  Along with guitars and design Ryan has always had an interest in Vintage Railroads and the history surrounding Moncton and the Greater Moncton Area.

We’ll try to keep it simple, fun, and interesting.


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The 2015 Vintage Moncton Calendar features : - Cardstock cover - Thick, 100 lb pages - Full-color printing - 8.5″ x 11″ with full bleed - 12 large photos with bilingual write-ups - 24 small photos with bilingual write-ups - 17 colour and 22 B&W photos Total Order today, ships...
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While Bouctouche isn’t part of Greater Moncton, it does share some history and memories for many Monctonians From The Moncton & Bouctouche Railway (1883) visiting Le Pays de la Sagouine on school field trips, or trekking on the boardwalk of La Dune de Bouctouche.   Here are some photos that we’ve came...
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Before the call centers and retail shopping boom, one staple  in the heart of downtown Moncton was the railroad. In this photo, CN has a dominant presence in Moncton. With the rail yard on the lower right, office buildings on the lower left, and the spur line  running parallel to...
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