Fort Langley Heritage CNR Station

Langley Township, British Columbia
Cultural Heritage Centre
23245 Mavis Avenue, Fort Langley, Langley Township, BC, Canada
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Thursday – Sunday from noon until 4 pm (Summer, until Thanksgiving)

When Rail Was King. The 1915 Fort Langley CNR Station is one of the few remaining stations like it in western Canada, and the only surviving Class C station from this era in the Langley, B.C. region.

Restored by Langley Heritage Society volunteers, the station is open to the public from Victoria Day weekend through Thanksgiving. Visit the classic station house and ticket office, 1920s wooden caboose with Glen Valley model railway, a 1940s passenger car featuring a telegraph station for kids, and a local artists’ gallery in the baggage room.  


  • Family-Friendly
  • Guided Tour
  • Parkland
  • Pet-Friendly


23245 Mavis Avenue, Fort Langley, Langley Township, BC, Canada
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