A Visit to the West Coast Railway Heritage Park - What You Will See


About the Heritage Park

The West Coast Railway Heritage Park opened on July 10, 1994. The site on which it is situated was acquired from the District of Squamish in 1990. It was then a 12 acre grove of cotton woods and cedars. Everything in the park was either moved here or built between 1990 and the present.

The Park is the result of the dedication of the members of the West Coast Railway Association. The Association was incorporated in 1961 and is a registered Society dedicated to the Preservation of British Columbia's Railway Heritage. We have the second largest railway collection in Canada (the largest is in Quebec) and are the largest in Western Canada with over 90 Pieces in our rolling stock collection.

 

Aerial View of Heritage Park

Aerial View of Heritage Park

 

 


  next: Brightbill Heritage House


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The West Coast Railway Association is a charitable organization
committed to preserving British Columbia's railway heritage.


West Coast Railway Association
PO Box 2790 Stn. Term.
Vancouver, B.C. V6B 3X2
Canada

Charitable business number: 119292480 RR0001