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Sunderland became a town in 1870 and started to develop rapidly when a railway line was built to pass through the place. This railway ceased operation in the 1980s, but the town remained vibrant due its location near big cities and its tourist attractions. The former railroad bed was converted into a multi-use trail, the Beaver River Wetlands Trail, they have a notable artist colony, their gallery is the first building on this picture, and they organize popular events such as their annual Maple Syrup Festival in the spring.
I put a closeup of the facade of the building shown on the right edge of this picture into the Workshop to show its nice brick work.

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