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Radville railway station

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Opened  1912

Location  Railway Avenue Radville, Saskatchewan
Line(s)  Canadian Northern Railway (former) Canadian National Railway

The Radville railway station now disused as a station, (located in Radville, Saskatchewan) was built by the Canadian Northern Railway along the Canadian Northern's Brandon to Lethbridge line. The 2-story, wood-frame, railway station is at a major division point on the railway line and is the only remaining Class II CNR railway station building still standing in the province. The building was designed by architect Ralph Benjamin Pratt. As a major division point from 1911 until the 1950s the site also housed a railway roundhouse.

The building was designated a Municipal Heritage Property in 1984. The building is now used as a museum.

References

Radville railway station Wikipedia


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