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Railway Station Museum

Dawson Creek
The Railway Station Museum celebrates the heritage of the Northern Alberta Railway, and its history in Dawson Creek. The Museum is housed in the 1931 railway station. It offers insights into the history, culture and wildlife in the region. The Museum is located at the Northern Alberta Railway Park in Dawson Creek.
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The Railway Station Museum in Dawson Creek is housed in the original 1931 station, which was operated by the Northern Alberta Railway (the Museum is in the NAR Park near the Visitor Centre). It contains the railroad depot office and the living quarters of the station master.

You’ll also find memorabilia and exhibits detailing the history of the railroad and the Peace Country near Dawson Creek. There are pioneer artifacts and a wildlife exhibit to enjoy, and a video titled “The Alaska Highway, 1942-1992.” The Station Museum is open every day through the summer, and Tuesdays through Fridays in the off season. Washrooms and free parking are available.


Contact Information

900 Alaska Ave Dawson Creek British Columbia V1G 4T6
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