Milford Station, Nova Scotia
Milford Station was originally named Wickwires after its original settlers, however John Wardrope suggested the new name in 1860 because of the presence of various mills in the vicinity. In 1857 the Nova Scotia Railway mainline from Richmond to Truro opened, passing through the community along the west bank of the Shubenacadie River, hence the term "station" in the community's name.
Milford Station is primarily a service centre for local farming communities, although given its location along Highway 102, it has a growing residential population and is exhibiting exurban characteristics.
There is a six to one ratio of cows to people in Milford Station. (Requires citation please)
Milford Station has two schools:
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