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Located at the confluence of the Meduxnekeag River and the St. John River, 5.35 km SW of Pembroke: Woodstock Parish, Carleton County: named for the town of Woodstock, England or for the 3rd Duke of Portland, Viscount Woodstock: PO from 1830: in 1871 Woodstock had a population of 2,000: in 1898 it was a port of entry on the W side of the St. John River with 2 Canadian Pacific Railway stations and a community with 1 post office, 140 stores, 6 hotels, 3 foundries, 1 wrapper factory, 1 woollen mill, 3 sash and door factories, 4 sawmills, 2 tanneries, 4 carriage and wagon factories, 1 sash and lock factory, 1 canning factory, 7 churches and a population of 3,500: formerly known as The Creek and Meductic: Woodstock was incorporated as a town in 1856.

Latitude : 46° 9'

Longitude : 67° 35'

County : Carleton

Parish : Woodstock

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Other communities within the vicinity of    

CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
Grafton 1.28 90° E
Grafton Hill 2.26 145° SE
Vinegar Hill 2.26 145° SE
Valley 3.71 180° S
Spur Settlement 3.71 180° S
Cedar Hill 3.71 180° S
Lower Woodstock 3.71 180° S
Hardscrabble 3.92 19° NNE
Indian Village 3.92 161° SSE
Upper Woodstock 3.92 19° NNE
Upper Northampton 4.51 145° SE
Phillips 4.51 35° NE
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.