Meeting Creek Heritage Railway Station is a restored 1913 Canadian Northern Railway station. The station is set up as it might have been when it was in operation, including the agent operator’s office, freight shed, and agent’s living quarters. Just across the preserved section of railway tracks is the restored 1917 Alberta Pacific Grain Elevator, with many displays about how it operated. While on site, take a walk down the linear park trails, which follow the old railway right of way, and stop at the grassland to see the prairie grasses and walk the labyrinth. Maps are available. To ensure someone will be onsite to unlock the buildings, call the Camrose station in advance at the number above.
Meeting Creek Heritage Railway Station and Park
Meeting Creek, Alberta
- Historic Building
- 5002 50 St, Meeting Creek, AB T0B 2Z0, Canada
- By appointment; summer hours forthcoming
5002 50 St, Meeting Creek, AB T0B 2Z0, Canada
Camrose & District Centennial Museum
The Camrose & District Centennial Museum was officially opened July 1, 1967 and has be…
Camrose Heritage Railway Station and Park
Historic 1911 Canadian Northern Railway Station with thirteen heritage gardens
Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum
A friendly gathering place for the local community to engage in history and culture
Poe Grain Elevator
Wooden grain elevator found in Poe, Alberta. Photograph courtesy of Tim Thompson.