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This should be on everyone’s “Must See” list!

We came across the McAdam CN train station yesterday, and were so surprised to see such a beautiful... read more

Reviewed 19 May 2018
Collingwood, Ontario
An unparalled historical restoration site

Lived in the Village for many years and saw the fantastic transformation of a run-down and... read more

Reviewed 24 November 2017
Douglas G
McAdam, Canada
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146 Saunders Rd, McAdam, New Brunswick E6J 1L2, Canada
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

MCADAM TRAIN station is a reminder of the days when train travel was the way to get across our vast country. The tour guide will take you through the workings of the major nexus in the CP line in the Maritimes. They are working on...More

Thank Boaters2B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This turn of the 20th cemntury railroad station/hotel/restaurant/jail is a nice place to spend a few hours. Lot's of exhibits to see and read. The personal guided tour of the station is adequate, but our guide didn't know some of the artifacts that were intere4sting...More

Reviewed 19 May 2018

We came across the McAdam CN train station yesterday, and were so surprised to see such a beautiful building in the middle of nowhere! Although the tourist season hasn’t yet started, the young ladies getting the place ready were more than willing to offer us...More

Thank stiff_susan
Reviewed 24 November 2017

Lived in the Village for many years and saw the fantastic transformation of a run-down and abandoned Railway Station which is a focal point of the Village, become a beautiful spot for visitors and an opportunity to look back on the early days of rail...More

Thank Douglas G
Reviewed 26 October 2017

This was a nice place to see and learn the history that goes with it..From the Train Station itself, telegraph room to the 50's style Diner added in that era.Lot's of historical items..really worth a visit if you never been there to see some of...More

1  Thank BERandDO_849
Reviewed 7 October 2017

On New Brunswick route 4 in McAdam just as you leave the Canadian customs after arrival from the USA. Played a huge role in railroad traffic, especially during the era of steam engines. The property is a Canadian National Historic Site, a Provincial Historic Site...More

Thank gold-vintner
Reviewed 3 October 2017

This was once the hub of all rail traffic for Eastern Canada and the US! The stories surrounding this station and it's hotel came alive on the tour we took; even a ghost story or two included. We toured some of the rooms that have...More

Thank lcunningham838
Reviewed 28 August 2017

If you are visiting St. Andrews by the Sea you have to drive north for 57 minutes to see this gem. You will not regret it. The ground floor has been meticulously restored right down to the dinning halls dishes. The hotel on the second...More

1  Thank torontonian2016
Reviewed 28 August 2017

Came across this place on a Canadian tour. Took the tour and saw some period fixtures and fittings of great interest. The upper floors were particularly interesting even in their unrestored state.

Thank Chris H
Reviewed 15 August 2017 via mobile

This railway station is amazing. First, I recommend going on a Sunday during the summer in order to get a delicious piece of "railway pie". They have over 20 kinds and each slice is about 1/5 of a pie. You can eat it at the...More

Thank Molly M
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The railway station is open annually from July 1 - September 30. The station was also opened in November 2016 for a wonderful Christmas display of over 10,000 lights plus working train sets but is now closed for the season... More