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New Brunswick Railway Stations

Grand Falls

  • Image of railway station

    Canadian Pacific Railway (former)

    Photo: ©Jeri Danyleyko, 2016

  • Image of railway station

    Canadian Pacific Railway (former)

    Photo: ©Jeri Danyleyko, 2016

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    Canadian National Railway

    Courtesy: New Brunswick Railway Museum, 1986

  • Image of railway station

    Canadian National Railway (former)

    Courtesy: New Brunswick Railway Museum, 2007

  • Image of railway station

    Canadian National Railway (former)

    Photo: ©Jeri Danyleyko, 2015

  • Image of railway station

    Canadian National Railway (former)

    Photo: ©Jeri Danyleyko, 2015

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    VIA Rail

    Courtesy: New Brunswick Railway Museum, 1986

The former CN station in Grand Falls was built by the National Transcontinental Railway in 1912-13. It is a recognized heritage structure and the only remaining example of its type in Atlantic Canada. The station has been abandoned for many years and is in poor condition.

The former CPR station can be found on the Sentier Trail alongside Highway 108. The station is unmarked and can be seen from the roadside. The CPR pulled out of Atlantic Canada in 1993.

VIA Rail no longer operates in Grand Falls.