Dunster station (British Columbia)

Dunster station is on the Canadian National Railway mainline in Dunster, British Columbia. The station is served by Via Rail's Jasper–Prince Rupert train as a flag stop.[2]

Dunster
GTP Station at Dunster.jpg
Station in the 1920s
General information
LocationDunster, BC
Canada
Coordinates53°07′27″N 119°50′16″W / 53.12417°N 119.83778°W / 53.12417; -119.83778[1]
Platforms1
Construction
Structure typeSign post
History
Opened1913
Previous namesGrand Trunk Pacific Railway
Services
Preceding station VIA Rail Canada simplified.svg Via Rail Following station
McBride Jasper–Prince Rupert Harvey
toward Jasper
Former services
Preceding station Canadian National Railway Following station
Eddie
toward Vancouver
Main Line Craibenn
toward Montreal

The original railway station was built by the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway and opened in 1913. The station and town was named by a railway inspector after his home-town of Dunster in England.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Dunster". BC Geographical Names.
  2. ^ "Dunster train station | VIA Rail".
  3. ^ http://ilmbwww.gov.bc.ca/bcgn-bin/bcg10?name=15633[permanent dead link]

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