The Railway Museum of Eastern Ontario is an excellent place to explore and learn how Canadians travelled around the country by railway. Housed in the historic Canadian Northern Railway Station, built in 1912, the museum displays a variety of interesting railway artifacts covering more than a century of history. The 11-acre site features many unique trains including a steam locomotive, a diesel locomotive, cabooses, a snowplow, and the last remaining Dental Car in North America.
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About our facilities
The Railway Museum offers many amenities to make your visit more enjoyable, including:
Lunch space with picnic tables
Wheelchair accessible washroom
Ample parking for buses and groups that arrive by personal vehicle