The McAdam Railway Station offers tours daily from July 1st to September 30th. The Station is open seven days a week from 10 am to 6 pm.
Take the guided tour and discover the significance of rail travel to New Brunswick and Canada. Stories of German spies, plane crashes and a waiting room shooting are all part of the experience of rail travel in the early 1900’s. It’s a step back in time!
Winston Churchill, Barbara Ann Scott, and a host of others all traveled through the McAdam Railway Station. The Station was also a vital supply link for Canadian troops and material heading to Europe in WW 1 & 2.
Individual Tours $6.00 per person taxes included (children under 12 are free)
Don’t miss the Train!
Experience the golden age of travel when you visit this heritage railway station, built in 1900. Get your photo taken in the telegraph office where you learn how to communicate in Morse code, the language of the early railway industry. Get a glimpse into history through artefacts, mementos and photos and see for yourself how things were when the local train schedule was the unofficial town clock. Round out your adventure with a slice of ‘railroad pie’ and fresh tea or coffee.
This unique tour experience is available Sunday afternoons from 1:00 pm until 4:00 pm beginning July 1st through September 30th at $10.95 plus tax per person.