Port aux Basques Railway Heritage Centre
The heritage museum is dedicated to public education and awareness concerning the history of the railway in Newfoundland. It celebrates the first Trans - island passenger train from St. John's to Port aux Basques in 1898. The railway heritage centre consists of a replica of the original 1898 passenger station and a restored nine car train. The train is made up of a snowplow, diesel locomotive, two tank cars from world war 11, a Newfoundland boxer, sleeper, two baggage cars and a caboose.
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Public washrooms, craft store, friendly staff and tourism attraction information on site.
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