McAdam Railway Station

ABOUT THE MCADAM RAILWAY STATION

Built in 1900, the McAdam Railway Station is a National and Provincial Historic site and a designated Heritage Railway Station. Located on the New Brunswick-Maine border the former Canadian Pacific Railway Station was part of the main CPR line into Atlantic Canada.

The Station is operated and managed by the McAdam Historical Restoration Commission. It is an active museum offering tours, catered meals, conference facilities and much more. The Station is also a Visitor Information Center, located only a few kilometers from the Maine-New Brunswick border crossing at Vanceboro.

Come on in and take a tour. It’s a story of railroad history when ridin’ the rail was the only way to travel!

We are open seasonally from July 1 to September 30, everyday from 10am-6pm.

Located along Route 4, just 45 minutes from Fredericton the Village of McAdam awaits!

Warm and friendly, the community welcomes visitors to the Historic Railway Station, several restaurants, a beautiful lakeside campground and a unique country experience.

Pick an adventure – canoe the St. Croix River, picnic at Spednic Lake, tour the Station, hike the nature trail or browse through a variety of country shops.

Located on the Maine-New Brunswick border, McAdam has a long history of hospitality.

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Map of McAdam

Visitors to the McAdam Station included a Fredericton group on a bus tour that stopped for lunch and a tour and then on to St. Stephen to see Ganongs.

I think they enjoyed their time with us!
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Don't Miss the Train and 'Railway Pie'

If you're looking for something different to do on Sunday afternoon.......!
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I shared Winnifred Young's July 11th post announcing the availability of tickets for the September 25th train trip to St. Stephen.

Here are a few more pictures that capture Winnifred's memories of the trip. I think that's the Engineer the robbers have tied up!

Thanks Winnifred!
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