Canadian Pacific Railway Station

Canadian Pacific Railway Station

91 Baker Street, Nelson, BC

1900 - The Nelson railway station was built by the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1900. The 2-story, wood-frame, railway station is located near the lakefront to serve as an important meeting point between rail and steamboat transportation. The building is now owned by the Nelson Chamber of Commerce and is home to the Nelson Visitor Centre. Text provided by Patricia A. Rogers. Image provided by Margaret Stacey.

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