Port Moody Train Station Museum

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About Port Moody Train Station Museum

The historic Port Moody Station which houses the Port Moody Station Museum was the second station built by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Completed in 1908, the building and displays represent the role of the train station in the community and the early development of Port Moody. The Port Moody Station Museum offers the following attractions and activities: • educational programs and heritage events at the Station Museum and elsewhere, • actively adding to a collection of over 200 oral histories by recording the stories of Port Moody residents and workers, • providing research services to local historians and writers, • A temporary exhibit of a Great War trench, guided trench tours, school programs and historical talks • the historic Venosta railcar allows the visitor to see a sleeper car from the 1920 • Our meditation Garden offers the visitor a tranquil and serene haven • Heritage Garden small garden which delights the visitor with different flowers or vegetables. Many train stations would have featured a garden tended to by the station masters family.

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Location

2734 Murray St. Port Moody BC, V3H1X2

(604) 939-1648

Opening hours

  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
    10:00 am to 05:00 pm
  • Sunday
    10:00 am to 10:00 am

What you'll see here

Visitors will be able to see a 1908 train station, many historical artifacts ranging from First Nations' fishing and hunting, railway construction, and many articles used by the early settlers.

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