The Railway Coastal Museum
tells this amazing story through:
42 Pictorial Themed Exhibits.
1940s Passenger Train Diorama.
21 Costumed 1940s Figures.
28 Models, Murals, Paintings.
22 Posters, Biographies, Maps.
Automated Train Model.
50 Rail & Coastal Books + Gifts. NEW Train Park NEW Addition Dockyard Exhibit NEW Video hosted by Dave Quinton
“Mile 0” (photo-op marker), for the Trans Canada Trail
Mile Zero Marker
The Railway Coastal Museum's home is in the 107 year old train station
building, located at 495 Water Street West in St. John’s.
It occupies the entire ground floor, and including the passenger platform. The two upper floors house the St. John’s
City Archives and Records, and the social rooms of the CN Pensioners.
in and join us! Enjoy the fascinating story of the great initiative,
courage, and sacrifice involved in building and operating the Newfoundland
Railway and Coastal Boat Services.
We acknowledge with thanks, financial support from the Department of Tourism, Culture and Recreation, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.