U018 DBP28 King Street after fire c.1900This 'corridor' is a walk through time...from 1765 when the British gave a grant of 22,000 acres of LaHave River Valley to Foreign Protestant, Col. Joseph Pernette, to the first bridge built across the river in 1825, the arrival of the railroad in 1888, and the great fire of 1899. 

Meet the people that played a role in the growth of Bridgewater, and learn the culture of a lumber town.