Allanwater Bridge railway station

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Allanwater Bridge Railway Station
Via Rail (inter-city rail)
Station statistics
Address Allanwater Bridge, ON
Coordinates 50°14′25″N 90°10′03″W / 50.24028°N 90.16750°W / 50.24028; -90.16750Coordinates: 50°14′25″N 90°10′03″W / 50.24028°N 90.16750°W / 50.24028; -90.16750
Line(s) Canadian
Parking No
Other information
Owned by Via Rail
Formerly Canadian National Railway
Services
Preceding station   Via Rail   Following station
toward Vancouver
Canadian
toward Toronto

Allanwater Bridge railway station is located in the Allan Water area of the Canadian province of Ontario, just west of where the railway line crosses the river Allan Water over a truss bridge. This station is currently in use by Via Rail. Transcontinental Canadian trains stop here under Via Rail's Special Stop Request program.

There is no permanent settlement at Allan Water; however, the station serves a number of recreational properties and wilderness lodges, and as an access point to Wabakimi Provincial Park. The area was also formerly home to a trading post operated by the Hudson's Bay Company with a small Anglican church dedicated to St. Barnabas.

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