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Located on the Quaco Bay in the Bay of Fundy, 4.53 km SW of Bay View: Saint Martins Parish, St. John County: PO from 1844: in 1866 St. Martins was a farming and lumbering community with approximately 127 resident families: Hugh McQuislon, John Marr, James H. Moran and William Vail were shipbuilders: Edward Nugent was postmaster: in 1871 St. Martins had a population of 1,000: included Collina or East Quaco: in 1871 Collina had a population of 400: in 1898 St. Martins was a sub-port of entry, a station and terminus of the Hampton and St. Martins Railway with 1 post office, 30 stores, 4 hotels, 2 sawmills, 1 planing mill and woodworking factory, a manganese mine and mill, 2 lighthouses, 5 churches, and a population of 1,500: also included the community of Quaco West, located 3 km S of St. Martins: PO Quaco 1835-1872: St. Martins was incorporated as a village in 1966.

Latitude : 45° 21'

Longitude : 65° 32'

County : Saint John

Parish : Saint Martins

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Other communities within the vicinity of    

CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
Vaughans Creek 1.85 0° N
Orange Hill 1.85 0° N
Quaco Station 2.27 215° SW
Quaco West 2.27 215° SW
West Quaco 2.27 215° SW
Chester 2.61 270° W
Bay View 4.53 35° NE
St. Martins 4.53 35° NE
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.