Mission: The Galt Historic Railway Park, collects, preserves, restores exhibits and interprets artifacts which represent the history and social impact of the "steam" era in Southern Alberta and the coal era, with emphasis on Galt Railway System and the 1890 International Train Station from Coutts, Alberta/Sweetgrass, Montana.
Vision: To tell and promote the story of the railway in Southern Alberta region from the late 1800's to the 1930's, and to recognize the significant contribution made by Sir Alexander Galt and the Canadian Pacific Railway in developing the Southern Alberta Region.
The Railway Park is located 20 minutes south of Lethbridge on Highway 4. At the Stirling exit turn off the highway and follow the train station signs to Range Road 19-4C. The Galt Historic Railway Park is located 1 kilometre north of Stirling in the county of Warner on RR 19-4C site #65032.
Phone Number: 403-756-2220
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