Carlyle railway station

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Carlyle railway station
Location 115 Railway Avenue West
Carlyle, Saskatchewan
Coordinates 49°38′13″N 102°16′13″W / 49.63682°N 102.2702°W / 49.63682; -102.2702Coordinates: 49°38′13″N 102°16′13″W / 49.63682°N 102.2702°W / 49.63682; -102.2702
Line(s) Canadian National Railway
Platforms 1
History
Opened 1909

The Carlyle railway station (located in Carlyle, Saskatchewan) is a former Canadian National Railway station, built in 1909, that now houses the Rusty Relics Museum.[1] The museum houses a working telegraph station, 10,000 catelogued artifacts, a CPR caboose and jigger car on a railway track and as separate buildings Anglican Church built in 1905, and country school house.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rusty Relics Museum". Rusty Relics Museum. Museums Association of Saskatchewan. Retrieved 2012-05-21. 
  2. ^ "Rusty Relics Museum Inc.". Rusty Relics Museum. virtual museum Canada. Retrieved 2012-05-21.