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Saskatchewan Railway Stations

Swift Current

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    Canadian Pacific Railway (freight terminal)

    ca. 1912

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    Canadian Pacific Railway (freight terminal)

    ca. 1915

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    Canadian Pacific Railway (restaurant)

    ca. early 1900s

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    Canadian Pacific Railway (restaurant)

    Publisher: B.C. Printing & Litho Ltd. Vancouver, ca. 1929

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    Canadian Pacific Railway (restaurant and passenger station)

    Publisher: B.C. Printing & Litho Ltd. Vancouver, ca. 1929

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    Canadian Pacific Railway (passenger station)

    ca. 1909

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    Canadian Pacific Railway (all three buildings)

    ca. 1921

The Swift Current railway station is a designated heritage structure, built by the CPR. The CPR facility was comprised of three buildings. The first was a passenger terminal built in 1907 and enlarged in 1923. It was followed by a two-storey dining hall and telegraph building in 1908.The final structure was a single-story express building, built in 1912. The buildings are now classed as "disused."