All Aboard! Railway History Across Canada
Hop on board and explore these railway heritage sites and museums! From museums and heritage train stations, to operating steam railways and memorial gardens, there’s something for everyone on this Visit List. Discover the ways Canada’s railway history changed your local area with one of these Historic Places. Happy exploring!
The Toronto Railway Museum is located in the heart of the historic John Street Roundhouse.
Canada's first railway tunnel, reinvented with a state of the art light and sound show.
The 1911 Canadian Northern Railway depot, located in the heart of Camrose’s heritage dis...
Prince George, British Columbia
Industrial heritage attraction and museum
St. Thomas, Ontario
Elgin County Railway Museum is housed in a large historic building in St. Thomas, ON.
Smiths Falls, Ontario
Revelstoke, British Columbia
The Museum plays an essential role in preserving and interpreting the history of the CPR.
Hillsborough, New Brunswick
The New Brunswick Railway Museum is a non-profit organization and heritage site.
Elmira, Prince Edward Island
Elmira Railway Museum & Miniature Railway One of seven Museum and Heritage sites, Elmi...
1890 International Railway Station museum. Moved from Coutts-Sweetgrass boarder crossing.
Harbour Grace, Newfoundland and Labrador
The Gordon G. Pike Railway Museum is housed in the former railway station in Hr. Grace, NL
National Historic site depicting life as a rural station agent in Manitoba
Historic railway grounds, WWI Internment memorial garden, & interpretive display site
Summerland, British Columbia
Experience the romance of a bygone era at the Kettle Valley Steam Railway in the beautiful...
McAdam, New Brunswick
The McAdam Railway Station is a National and Provincial Historic site and Heritage Station
Nakusp, British Columbia
Three pieces of restored CPR rolling stock - 1921 plow, 1913 Jordon Spreader, 1977 Caboose
Florenceville-Bristol, New Brunswick
Enjoy an interactive guided tour of a 1914 CPR Railway Station. You’ll hear stories from...
Carbonear, Newfoundland and Labrador
Registered Heritage Structure completed in 1919.
Experience Wellington County’s only original railway station.
Orangedale, Nova Scotia
An original InterColonial Railway Station built in 1886.
Toronto, Ontario to Orangedale, Nova Scotia
“Africadia”: Black Loyalists and Beyond
Nova Scotia to Shelburne, Nova Scotia 2 places
Explore more than two and a half centuries of Black presence.
The Hidden Black Cityscape
Saint Marys Parish to Fredericton, New Brunswick 4 places
Explore Fredericton’s early Black history. Often missing from the modern cityscape.
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Toronto, Ontario 1 place
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