Saint-Jean-d'Iberville railway station

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Saint-Jean-d'Iberville Railway Station
100e anniversaire de la circulation d'un train au Canada.jpg
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the first train in Canada, a replica of an old steam engine used by The Champlain & St. Lawrence Railway was brought into the Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu railway station in 1936
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Address 31 Frontenac Street, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec
Canada
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Opened

1890

Official name: Saint-Jean-d'Iberville Railway Station (Grand Trunk) National Historic Site of Canada
Designated: 1976

Saint-Jean-d'Iberville railway station (French: Gare du Grand Tronc à Saint-Jean-d'Iberville) is a former railway station in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, Canada. The station was built in 1890 by the Grand Trunk Railway and is located at 31 Frontenac Street.[1]

It was recognized as a National Historic Site of Canada on June 15, 1976.[1] Today it operates as a town tourism office.[1]

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Coordinates: 45°18′10″N 73°15′15″W / 45.3029°N 73.2541°W / 45.3029; -73.2541