New Brunswick Railway Stations
The Temiscouata Reilway station was built shortly after the railway opened in 1888. It was demolished in 1950 after the railway was taken over by CN.
The former Canadian Pacific Railway station was built in 1930. It replaced an earlier station, not pictured. The building has been beautifully restored and is now used as an information centre.
The first CN station was built by the National Transcontinental Railway around 1914. It was replaced in 1959 by a modern building. The last station remained in use until 1988 when passenger service was discontinued. Due to its unique architecture, the building is a designated historical structure. It is currently home to a number of commercial operations and a branch of the Alzheimer's Society.