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Manitoba Railway Stations

Winnipeg

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    Canadian Pacific Railway (2nd station)

    Source: Wikimedia Commons, Photo: W.F. Notman, ca. 1884

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    Canadian Pacific Railway (3rd station)

    Publisher: Carling O'Keefe Breweries Centennial Remembrance, ca. 1904

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    Canadian Pacific Railway

    Publisher: Russell Lang & Co., ca. 1909

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    Canadian Pacific Railway

    Photo: Gibson, ca. 1910

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    Canadian Pacific Railway

    Publisher: Lyall Photo, ca. 1912

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    Canadian Pacific Railway

    Publisher: Advance Culture and Post Card Depot, ca. 1910

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    Canadian Pacific Railway

    ca. 1913

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    Canadian Pacific Railway

    Courtesy: John Barsby, ca. 1920s

Winnipeg has had a total of four CPR stations dating back to the 1870s. Little information is available on the first three, however the second and third (both pictured) were substantial buildings befitting Winnipeg's importance as a major railway centre. The fourth station, an elegant Beaux-Arts structure, was built in 1905 and used as a passenger terminal until 1978. The station is a designated provincial heritage site and has been fully restored. It is now owned by the Aboriginal Centre of Winnipeg.