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New Brunswick Railway Stations

Campbellton

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    Intercolonial Railway

    Courtesy: New Brunswick Railway Museum,ca. 1900

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    Intercolonial Railway

    Publisher: Valentine & Sons, Photo: Isaac Erb, ca. 1910

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    Canadian National Railway

    Publisher: PECO, ca. 1930s

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    Canadian National Railway

    Photo: H.V. Henderson, Bathurst, N.B., ca. mid 1950s

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    Canadian National Railway

    Photo: H.V. Henderson, Bathurst, N.B., ca. mid 1950s

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    Canadian National Railway

    ca. 1969

The first Campbellton station, along with a dining hall, was built by the Intercolonial Railway around 1873. The station was destroyed in a massive fire in 1911. The dining hall apparently was demolished a few years before that. In its place the IRC (later CN) built a huge, new station in 1914. It was torn down in 1973. For a number of years the CN station was located in the CN offices, built around 1969. Today passenger service is available at the VIA Rail station (not pictured) located in a strip mall on Roseberry Avenue alongside the tracks.