Sturgis station

The Sturgis station is a railway station in Sturgis, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is a flag stop for Via Rail's Winnipeg–Churchill train.[2]

Sturgis
VIA Rail Canada simplified.svg
inter-city rail
LocationRailway
Sturgis, SK
Canada
Coordinates51°56′26″N 102°32′39″W / 51.94056°N 102.54417°W / 51.94056; -102.54417Coordinates: 51°56′26″N 102°32′39″W / 51.94056°N 102.54417°W / 51.94056; -102.54417 [1]
Line(s)Winnipeg – Churchill train
Platforms1
Tracks1
Construction
Structure typeSign post
Platform levels1
History
Opened1918
Previous namesCanadian Northern Railway
Services
Preceding station VIA Rail Canada simplified.svg Via Rail Following station
Endeavour
toward Churchill
Winnipeg–Churchill Canora
toward Winnipeg

The station building was originally constructed by the Canadian Northern Railway as a two-story third class station, in 1918; in 1986 the building was moved and turned into a museum.[3] The station site is now served as a flag stop.

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ Geographical Names of Canada Database - Natural Resources Canada Archived 2011-07-09 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Sturgis train station".
  3. ^ Registry of Historical Places

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