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  top of ACR Mintlaw steel trestle 1980

Forth Junction Project
Railway Heritage
of Red Deer County

Forth Junction Project Vision Sharing Historical Perspective Ground Transportation
Heritage Preservation
Forth Junction
Heritage Society

Current Rail Heritage Preservation

Red Deer Ground Transportation Themes

Mintlaw Linear Park Proposal

Rails to Trails

Existing Rail Icons within Red Deer County
as elements of planned self-guided tours

ACR Mintlaw trestle

                                              ACR Mintlaw Trestle
                   Built 1912; last used 1981; purchased by county
                                         as future historic resource 2009
                                     see ACR/CPR Mintlaw Steel Trestle

Bowden station at Innisfail
  Bowden Station
  Innisfail Historical Village
  Station built 1904; relocated to Innisfail 1974; 
  N scale historic model railroad display, village also home to
  'The Spruces' stopping house along C & E Trail
  News item: 'Sleeper' village grand opening set

(Red Deer Advocate May 2010)

Delburne Museum

Anthony Henday Museum Delburne
                                 Home of relocated GTP Type E station,
                                                   water tower and caboose

Penhold caboose

  Penhold CPR 1947 Wood Caboose

Replicated Penhold station

                               Replicated Penhold CPR Station
                            Standard #2 1904 station; used for offices


More information to come . . .


Current Rail Heritage Preservation            Red Deer Ground Transportation Themes 
Forth/Tuttle-Mintlaw-Sylvan Lake Linear Park Proposal            Rails to Trails
Railway Icons of City of Red Deer         Railway Icons of Red Deer County          Railway Icons of Central Alberta

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