Railroad Station Historical Society, Inc.

Extant Newfoundland Railroad/Railway Structures

 

Recent Updates The Bytown Railway Society's Canadian Railway Station Guide and RSHS publications were used in the compilation of this list. Contributors to this list include Canadian Railway Station News, Don Neish, Randy P. Noseworthy and George Pennerg. Last updated 11/16/15

Updated towns are in red type. 12/19/03 Removed Deer Lake passenger depot

 

 

 

City

Railroad

Current Location

Type

Current Use

Date Built

Track Status

Bldg. Mat.

Current Railroad

Notes

Avondale

CN

off Hwy 1 near Rte 60

C

museum

 

gone

wood

none

Avondale Railway Museum, original structure converted to depot in 1900, two story

Badger

CN

relocated short distance

C

business

 

none

wood

none

?

Badger

CN

Badger Brook

B

 

 

gone

steel

none

two span Pony Truss, ?

Bay Roberts

CN

relocated to Bishop's Rd./Alder Place

C

municipal

 

abandoned row nearby

wood

none

2 story, sports/community centre

Bishop's Falls

CN

Station Rd.

C

municipal

 

gone

wood

none

two story, offices

Bishop's Falls

CN

Exploits River

B

trail use

 

gone

steel

none

4 span, through truss

Bonavista

CN

Station Rd.

C

senior center

 

gone

wood

none

sided

Carbonear

CN

near Water St.

C

museum

1917-18 ?

gone

wood

none

replacement depot, Carbonear Heritage Society Museum

Clarenville

CN

Stanley's Cres

C

club

 

gone

wood

none

Lions Club

Clarke's Beach

CN

Main St.

C

unused

 

gone

wood

none

boarded up

Clarke's Beach

CN

North River

B

abandoned

 

gone

steel

none

through girder

Deer Lake

CN

moved to Town Works Yard

F

storage

 

none

wood

none

 

Glenwood

CN

Station Rd.

C

business

 

gone

wood

none

restored

Glenwood

CN

Gander River

B

 

 

gone

steel

none

three span, through truss

Harbour Grace

CN

Military Rd.

C

museum

 

gone

wood

none

Gordon G. Pike Railway Heritage Museum

Lewisporte

CN

Main St./Station St.

C

multi-use

 

in use

wood

CN

Ferry terminal

Pasedena

CN

relocated to north side of Trans Canada Hwy, east of Corner Brook near Pasedena

C

 

 

none

wood

none

from what town?

Port Union

CN

relocated to Port Union South Rd.

C

museum

 

none

wood

none

 

St. John's

CN

Water St./Job St.

P

museum

1903

gone

stone

none

Railway Coastal Museum, restored

St. John's

CN

under Trans Canada Hwy.

Sh

business

1931

gone

brick

none

locomotive shop

Spaniard's Bay

CN

on site

C

senior center

 

gone

wood

none

2 story

Spring Brook

CN

relocated off Rt. 402

C

residence

 

none

wood

none

 

Western Bay

CN

 

C

muni.

1914

gone

wood

none

restored

Whitbourne

CN

Station St.

C

museum

c1945

gone

wood

none

Whitbourne Town Council Offices/Heritage Museum

Whitbourne

CN

Rocky River

B

unused

 

gone

steel

none

I beam, two span

Windsor

CN

Main St.

C

vacant

 

gone

metal siding

none

Windsor now part of Bishop's Falls, boarded up on northern edge of torn up rr yard

Compiled by M. J. Camp, Railroad Station Historical Society, Inc.

 

 

 

 

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