Walk around DC: episode #2 the Station Museum

Each week throughout the summer we’ll feature a Mile Zero milestone for locals to rediscover and tourists to check out for the very first time!

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The Dawson Creek Station Museum and Visitor’s Centre is located in the original 1931 Northern Alberta Railway Station. The museum houses the history of the region with plenty of artifacts, pictures and wildlife on display. Inside the museum is a small re-creation of the ticket office and living quarters of the historic railway station as it was back in the day.

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