It is often the case in North America that some of the most historic architecture is associated with railway stations. The Canadian National Railway station in Jasper, Alberta is no exception. It was built in 1925, is well preserved and arguably the most attractive building in the town. In addition to serving Via Rail's passenger trains along with those of the Rocky Mountaineer it also acts as a transport hub with Greyhound buses, rental cars and bicycle hire all using the facilities.

Location: Jasper

Company: Canadian National Railway

Photographer: Malcolm Chattwood

Make contact: Malcolm Chattwood

Date: 12/06/2014

Image number: 48059

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