Nanaimo railway station

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Nanaimo Station with Budd RDC.jpg
Location 336 Prideaux St.
Nanaimo, BC
Coordinates 49°09′50″N 123°56′33″W / 49.1638°N 123.9424°W / 49.1638; -123.9424Coordinates: 49°09′50″N 123°56′33″W / 49.1638°N 123.9424°W / 49.1638; -123.9424
Parking Yes
Disabled access Yes
  Former services  
Preceding station   VIA Rail Canada simplified.svg Via Rail   Following station
toward Victoria
toward Courtenay

The Nanaimo railway station is located in Nanaimo, British Columbia. The station was a stop on Via Rail's Victoria – Courtenay train service, which has been indefinitely suspended since 2011.

The one/two-storey stucco and wood building station building featuring a central square tower, was built in 1920 to replace an earlier station building.[1] The building is a more complex version of the CPR Standard Plan No. 9 design. The original design was intended to support commercial operations on the main floor with living quarters for railway employees on the second floor.


  1. ^ "Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Station". Heritage Properties. Historical Places - A Joint Federal, Provincial and Territorial Initiative. Retrieved 2012-05-20. 

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