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This is a small museum but has interesting exhibits, it's free, donations accepted. There are about four small rooms of things to see, there is a train not in use anymore but occasionally they have teas in there which is pleasant. Out in the back...More
Port Moody, and this railway station, are the first terminus for the first transcontinental railway in Canada. Having said that, I was a bit surprised not to see more about this important historical fact. What was there was OK.Note that this is also the City...More
I had not been there for years, but I went to see the exhibit on Colonel and Mary Moody.
It was all quite delightful.Old style exhibits in an old station, mixed with innovations like the World War 2 trench and a heritage garden.The museum also...More
My husband and have been to this museum a few times. It's hard to find anyone there to answer questions you have. I guess not enough volunteers. The exhibit inside is pleasant, if there is a birthday party for children it is impossible to get...More
A small museum filled with interesting railway facts. There are some artifacts that are interactive - bells and a giant train whistle. Kids might get bored, but adults will be more than fascinated with a step back in time. Free parking is available. Donations accepted...More