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4 stars 19 reviews

Alberta Pioneer Railway Association

24215 34 St NW
Edmonton, AB  T5Y 6B4

(780) 472-6229

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4 star rating
wheels not wanted
August 04, 2013

My son loves trains so we thought we would take him to the museum. My son is in a wheelchair but can walk a little ways so we thought when the website said limited accessibility we wouldn't have too many troubles. We had been there in the past before he ended up in the wheelchair but had no knowledge of... more

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4 star rating
Fun to see, amazing staff, but in need of upgrade & cleaning
June 28, 2013

My younger son is obsessed with trains so this was a must. Cost is very reasonable $5/adult. The staff are very polite & helpful. Fun to walk through the trains - but in desperate need of some cleaning. Spider webs, dirt, dust that has been there for a while not just a day or two. Worth the visit - my... more

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Blast from the past
February 16, 2013

Lots to see and do at this museum. If you like steam trains this is a good place to go. Plenty of other railway related exhibits as well.

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July 22, 2013

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November 27, 2008

This train-lover's museum is out on the northeastern limits of the city, near Fort Road. However, if the golden age of steam is for you, it is well worth the visit. See a restored railway station, bunk house, water tower, and fire hall. There is a working steam train that offers rides, and another is in the process of being restored along with numerous carriages, cars, and railway artifacts.... more

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