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Located on W side of Grand Bay, 4.33 km ENE of the town of Grand Bay and 9.6 km NW of Saint John city center: Lancaster Parish, St. John County: The station located here was first called Stevens and then renamed Acamac in 1902 by the Canadian Pacific Railway: PO Stevens 1880-1958: now part of the city of Saint John.

Latitude : 45° 19'

Longitude : 66° 9'

County : Saint John

Parish : Lancaster

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CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
Epworth Park 3.91 270° W
Hillside 3.91 270° W
Pamdenec 3.91 270° W
Bayswater 3.93 19° NNE
Belmont 3.93 199° SSW
Sutton 3.93 199° SSW
Ketepec 3.93 199° SSW
Leighside 4.33 295° WNW
Brandy Point 4.33 295° WNW
Ingleside 4.33 295° WNW
Ingleside Heights 4.33 295° WNW
Inglewood 4.33 295° WNW
Grand Bay 4.33 245° WSW
Millidgeville 4.33 115° ESE
The Brothers Islands Indian Reserve #18 4.33 115° ESE
Lands End 4.53 325° NW
Hogs Hollow 4.53 325° NW
Morna 4.53 215° SW
Morna Heights 4.53 215° SW
Swift Point 4.53 145° SE
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.