The Restoration Shed is currently home to CPR business car 23 and the workshop of the RMEO. The Restoration Shed is not open to the public.
The McFadden Feed Co. was the previous owner. All sheds of this sort had the floor raised on piles as a way to keep rodents away. The Railway Museum added the metal skirting.
There were six red loading doors on the McFadden Feed Co. shed, three on each side, and two employee doors at the north end. In the photograph of the west side, the side facing the station building, a large “4” indicating the loading bay number can be seen at the left side door. One can make out a “5” on the middle door.
Today, below the middle door one can read the words “oats + wheat”.
The very tall doors on the north and south ends were installed for the Railway Museum to be able to move equipment into the shed for maintenance and restoration.