|Location||115 Railway Avenue West
|Line(s)||Canadian National Railway|
The Carlyle station is a former railway station in Carlyle, Saskatchewan. It was built by the Canadian National Railway in 1909 and later served Via Rail. It now houses the Rusty Relics Museum. 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.
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