Come on in and take a tour. It’s a story of railroad history when ridin’ the rail was the only way to travel!
More than a museum
National Historic Site
Provincial Historic Site
Visitor Information Center
Heritage Railway Museum
MARY E. O'KEEFE
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The McAdam Nature Trail circles around McAdam Pond. McAdam Pond is a small pond created by a dam behind the historic Railway Station. The trail is mostly flat and travels between some large boulders that are prevalent in this area. The trail provides many views of the historic train station across the pond. The trail goes in and out of the woods near the back of the pond where the pond is shallower and provides more grassy views. There is also a small covered bridge that crosses one of the streams feeding the pond. There are several benches along the trail so you can sit and enjoy views. The trail eventually comes out of the woods along the tracks farther up from the station.