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Forth Junction Heritage Society
Creating an environment to celebrate the evolution of railways, transit and
historic trails as catalysts in the development of Red Deer and Central Alberta and
sharing that transportation heritage in an educational, interactive and fun way
 


The Future Re-Creation of the
C & E Railway Museum

Now-closed C&E Railway Station Museum Strathcona 
 A large artifact
collection has been gifted to the Forth Junction Heritage Society by the
Junior League of Edmonton
and is currently in storage. A replicated C&E Railway
1891 Station is planned to house this collection.
Plan for station replication
 

 
Regular Board Meeting

of Forth Junction Heritage Society
Thur., April 25, 2019
7:30 pm
abc Restaurant, Red Deer


(see
Contact Us page for details)

Interested people welcome!
 

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 Forth Junction Project Vision

a destination concept plan
for a proposed multi-use family-oriented community heritage rail park and world-class attraction  
  in the Red Deer area
based on the evolution of

trains, transit and
historic trails

 

Historical Perspective

 
of how

railways, transit and
historic trails

contributed to and were often the primary catalyst for the development, economy and settlement of Red Deer
and Central Alberta

 

Forth Junction Project Vision

Sharing Historical Perspective

Regional Heritage Preservation

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about Forth Junction, transportation heritage
and related subjects

The Forth Junction Heritage Society

Regional Heritage Preservation

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The Forth Junction Heritage Society


from 1911 to 1962,
Forth Junction was the interchange between
the Red Deer-originated Alberta Central Railway and the Calgary and Edmonton Railway, both operated by Canadian Pacific,
representing the north-south, east-west flow of settlement, commerce, industry, agriculture, transportation and entrepreneurship

 

ACR pier at Red Deer   
  
Celebrating the Evolution of 
Trails, Trains & Transit
                                in Central Alberta

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