Step into the Past and embrace the Historic charm!
The Meeting Creek Railway Station and Grain Elevator are both significant historical structures situated in Meeting Creek, Alberta, within Camrose County. It’s the perfect destination for tourists to explore! During your visit you can discover the fascinating history of the railway station and elevator through their guided tours. The tours feature informative displays on how they were operated in the past. The Railway Station, built in 1913, has been well-preserved and stands today as one of the few historic railway stations in Alberta. It was followed by The Pacific Grain elevator in 1917, which played a significant role in serving the local farming community. These distinctive structures now remain to represent western Canada to the world.
Tour the railway station and elevator, while on site, enjoy a walk down the linear park trails! Maintained by dedicated volunteers from the Canadian Northern Society and open to the public during special community events.