Original Cranbrook CPR Station

The Cranbrook Railway Station today.
Photo: Robert D. Turner


Beyond the maroon museum train is Cranbrook's surviving two story wooden railway station, a much- remodelled structure built on the original 1900 framework. Plans are to see it restored someday to its full three-storey splendour.

Nearby is a red and white striped yard switcher; while in the distance are road units idling near the turntable and brick roundhouse. Nearby are work train and caboose tracks, surrounded by a busy, active rail yard.

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