Melville railway station
|Location||Main St & 1st Ave, Melville, SK
|Platforms||1 side platform|
|Previous names||Grand Trunk Pacific Railway|
Melville railway station is on the Canadian National Railway mainline in Melville, Saskatchewan, Canada. The station is served by Via Rail's The Canadian three times per week. The station was declared a national historic site in 1992.
The station building, built in 1908 by the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway (GTPR) design makes use of a twin-gabled plan that is unique in Saskatchewan, this reflects the special status the station had when built as a division point and junction on the GTPR line. The town was named after Charles Melville Hays, former president of the GTPR.
In 2010, the Melville Rail Station Heritage Association acquired the title to the station building. The group plans to restore both the interior and exterior of the station.
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- "The Directory of Designated Heritage Railway Stations in Saskatchewan". Parks Canada. 20 December 2010. Archived from the original on 8 October 2012. Retrieved 14 January 2012.
- "Canadian National Railways Station: Main Street (at First Ave. W. (Highway 15)), Melville, Saskatchewan, S0A, Canada". Canada's Historic Places. Parks Canada. Retrieved 14 January 2012.
- "Melville, Saskatchewan (2006)". Communities. Canadian Railway Hall of Fame. Retrieved 2011-03-13.
- Excerpt from The Melville Advance, May 12, 2010
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