Railway Society of Newfoundland

The Newfoundland Railway was created in 1897 when Baldwin Steam Locomotive #593 was removed from Bowater's Park - some twenty miles east of Humbermouth and taken by "extra train" to our site at the former Humbermouth Station in Corner Brook.

At that time, both in service and retired railway men worked together to ensure that future generations, who don't know about our train's operations and who didn't ride on them, would be able to visit the site to see, touch and experience what our society is all about.

Since 1987, the Railway Society of Newfoundland has accumulated diesel electric locomotive No. 931, snow plow train and various other cars, tracks, freight shed and has restored the latter to a station museum.

Season: June 15 - Sept 15

Location: Station Road, Corner Brook

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 673
Corner Brook, NL.
Canada, A2H 6G1

Telephone: 709-634-5658

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