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Located in the 1917 Reid Railway Station, the museum contains a history of Sir William Coaker, the Fishermen’s Protective Union, the town of Port Union, and the Reid Newfoundland Railway.
The only union-built town in North America,
built for social and economic change. Tour the Interpretation Centre and The Factory, former home of the Fisherman’s Advocate newspaper.