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Canadian Pacific Railway

British Columbia

Reused stations

Elko (built 1901) relocated 1987 to Canadian Museum of Rail Travel, Cranbrook.
Phoenix Antiques (tenant April 2016) 57 Van Horne Street South (Highway 3-95).

The Arts Station 601 1st Avenue Fernie. 100 seat theatre in baggage room, restaurant etc. 10/28/2015
Built c.1908. Moved just off site 1986 and restored.

Fernie in the springtime showing the massive mountain scenery. David Thomas

Grand Forks (built 1900 by Columbia & Western) 7654 Donaldson Drive.
Columbia and Western Trail
Designated 6/1991. Parks Canada Agency C.A.Hale 1991

Pub and Columbia Grill

The Station Restaurant , Kimberley 1989 Jeff Henricks
Later, Chamber of Commerce. Demolished circa 1999.

CP 436778 (acq. 1976) Office for The Station Restaurant.
Relocated twice for Tourist Information in downtown area.

Marblehead a remote location with an interesting history.

Midway (built 1900) Village of Midway Museum. Highway 3. Photo 2013.

436715 May 2015

Note: Columbia & Western from Castlegar to Midway then Kettle Valley Mile 0.0 Carmi Subdivision to
Penticton 133.7 miles. CPR Boundary Subdivision Nelson to Midway 126.6 miles.
Kettle Valley acquired Columbia and Western, then 1913 CPR acquired KVR.

Nelson (built 1900 expanded double 1910 due to becoming Division headquarters and headquarters for
BC Lake and River operations). Closed 1987 with relocation of HQ to Cranbrook. Designated 4/1992.
Nelson Visitor Centre. 4/2017

Initially, one half of station used by Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce while balance restored. 6/2013


Lake Osoyoos Sailing Club 8015 Spartan Drive, Osoyoos. Located right on the lake! May 2015


Former Great Northern (Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern) acquired by CPR in 1933.
Note abandoned 1933 by GN beyond Princeton.

245 BC-3 highway

Trans Canada Trail runs along abandoned right of way.

Station closed c. 1980's but still used by CPR M. of Way until abandoned.

CP 436714


Front of building.

The Station BBQ Smokehouse 3131 29th Street, Vernon. (Built 1910) Rear view. June 2016

Great looking mural!

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