Railway stations were once the hub of community activity for many small towns in and around Northern British Columbia. These buildings saw dispatchers toiling in the office and signalmen directing trains and their passengers. Some stations continue to operate. However, others have been demolished or abandoned. It is doubtful these cornerstones will witness a revival of their glory days due to various shifts in transportation focus. Please join us as we take a step back in time and remember Railway Stations of Northern British Columbia.
We acknowledge the financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia in the creation of this exhibit.