Moose Jaw Canadian Pacific Railway Station

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Canadian Pacific Railway Station
Downtown Moose Jaw.jpg
Station Clock Tower
Station statistics
Address Manitoba Street East,
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
Line(s) Canadian Pacific Railway
Other information
Opened 1922

The Moose Jaw Canadian Pacific Railway Station (located in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada) is a disused station that was designed by Hugh G. Jones and built by the Canadian Pacific Railway from 1920–1922. The station comprises a two story waiting area, four storey office block and six-storey Tyndall stone clock tower. [1] The building was designated a historic railway station in 1991. [2]

The station was a stop on the Canadian Pacific Railway service.

The station was also a transfer point to the Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie Railroad also known as the Soo Line Railroad, which operated from Saint Paul to Portal, North Dakota Soo-Pacific during the summer, ran through to Vancouver via a connection with Canadian Pacific Railway's The Dominion at Moose Jaw. In the winter the and the Soo-Dominion terminated in Moose Jaw permitting a transfer to the Dominion. It was discontinued in December 1963,[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Old CPR Station. Canadian Register of Historic Places. Retrieved 2011-02-07.
  2. ^ "Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada - The Directory of Designated Heritage Railway Stations in Saskatchewan". Parks Canada. Retrieved 2011-02-07. 
  3. ^ Abbey, Wallace W (1984). The Little Jewel p.99. Pueblo, Colorado: Pinon Productions. ISBN 0-930855-00-0. LCCN 8414873 Check |lccn= value (help). 

Coordinates: 50°23′21″N 105°32′05″W / 50.3892°N 105.5348°W / 50.3892; -105.5348