This museum is closed temporarily.
The McAdam Railway Station, located in McAdam, New Brunswick, Canada, holds significant historical value as it is recognized as a heritage station, a provincial historic site, and a national historic site. Built in 1901, it was one of the main stations in the province before its importance declined from the 1960s and was abandoned in 1994. Today, it serves as a museum, attracting history enthusiasts and tourists alike.
The McAdam Railway Station was designed in 1899 by architect Edward Maxwell in the castle style. This architectural style was favored by the Canadian Pacific for its hotels and large stations at the beginning of the 20th century. The station's design features a slender silhouette topped with steep hipped roofs with flared eaves, gable dormers, and a pointed spire tower.
The McAdam Railway Station is currently operated by the McAdam Historical Restoration Commission. A fundraising event was organized to finance the renovation of the station. Most of the original decorations and furniture have been preserved, allowing visitors to experience the station's historical ambiance.
96 Saunders Rd, McAdam
No exhibitions in McAdam Railway Station have been found.