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A building, place, or institution devoted to the acquisition, conservation, study, exhibition, and educational interpretation of objects having scientific, historical, or artistic value.


Prairie Dog Central

Prairie Dog CentralA museum on wheels chugging down the tracks! An 1882 steam locomotive and five turn-of-the-century wooden coaches comprise this grand old train. You may have seen the Prairie Dog Central in movies. Fully restored and operated by the Vintage Locomotive Society, the train offers a 2 ½ hour round trip to Warren, MB and back on weekends during the summer. Ride back in time, smell the wood smoke, hear the steam hiss and steel wheels clatter.

Website: http://www.pdcrailway.com/
Email: info@pdcrailway.com
Phone: 204-832-5259
Prairie Dog Central
c/o The Vintage Locomotive Society Inc.
P.O. Box 33201 RPO Polo Park
Winnipeg, MB R3G 3N4
Canada

Winnipeg Railway Museum

Winnipeg Railway MuseumDedicated to the history and development of the railway in western Canada, the Winnipeg Railway Museum collection features the “Countess of Dufferin”, the first locomotive on the Canadian prairies, plus a variety of vintage railcars, cabooses, a Jordan spreader from 1911, technical displays and a gift shop. The Museum is located in historic Union Station at Main and Broadway.

Website: http://www.wpgrailwaymuseum.com/
Email: wpgrail@mts.net
Phone: 204-942-4632
Winnipeg Railway Museum
Box 48 123 Main Street
Winnipeg, MB R3C 1A3
Canada
Last update: September 19, 2014