Winnipeg Railway Museum is a non-profit organization operated by volunteers from the Midwestern Rail Association. The museum is located on tracks 1 and 2 within Winnipeg's Via Rail operated Union Station in Manitoba, Canada.
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Their mandate is to preserve and promote the rail heritage in the regions between the
Lakehead and the Rockies, and between Saint Paul, Minnesota and Hudson Bay. The museum is dedicated to the history and development of the railway in Western Canada. The collection features the Countess of Dufferin (the first locomotive on the Canadian prairies), a variety of vintage railcars,   cabooses, a Jordan spreader from 1911, the history and artifacts of the building of the  Hudson Bay Railway to Churchill, Manitoba, technical displays,  HO scale model layout and a gift shop. 
In 2015, restoration began on Winnipeg's last streetcar, Car 356. When it is completed, it will be displayed at the Winnipeg Railway Museum.
The Museum is affiliated with
CMA, CHIN, and the Virtual Museum of Canada.
City of Winnipeg Rail Car
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Coordinates: 49°53′19″N 97°08′00″W / 49.888515°N 97.133424°W