Operator's Bay

The operator’s bay was the center of communication for the station and for the community as a whole. The telegraph operator had many tasks to complete: receiving and shipping express goods, selling tickets, giving train orders to train crews, sending/receiving telegrams, completing clerical work, and representing the railway to the public.

When visiting, drop by the operator’s office to watch the operator recreate these tasks. Ask the operator to send a telegram for you using Morse Code.

Telegraphy was last used in Canada on the railway in 1972. As the original texting machine, it still outperforms texting on cell phones in most competitions. Ask the operator to challenge you to a messaging duel!

Station House

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Section House

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Restoration Building

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