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Home of the Royal Hudson steam locomotive, as well as Western Canada's largest collection of Heritage Railway Equipment. Ride the 3 km Miniature Railway around the park, or climb aboard snowplows, cabooses & locomotives. Learn how Canada's mail was processed on rails in the only authentic restored Railway Post Office car in Canada. Town centre features Brightbill Heritage House and the Squamish Station, designed in 1915 but not built until 2000.

The West Coast Railway Heritage Park aims to present a typical railway facility of the mid 20th century. It provides visitors with the opportunity to tour authentic railway equipment in various stages of restoration. The West Coast Railway Heritage Park is an attraction designed to please the whole family, set in some of the most beautiful scenery in Canada.

Admission:

  • Adults $15.00 + HST
  • Seniors $12.00 + HST
  • Students $10.00 + HST
  • Family $40.00 + HST

Hours of Operation:

  • The West Coast Railway Heritage Park is open to the public year-round. We look forward to seeing you.
  • Gates OPEN: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Every Day except for Christmas and New Year's Day)

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For more information about the West Coast Railway Heritage Park, visit www.wcra.org

 

 

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Phone Number:  1-800-722-1233
Web Address:  www.wcra.org
Address: 
39645 Government Road
Squamish, BC
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