Falher council to mark NAR’s history

Richard Froese
South Peace News

A plaque to outline the history of the former Northern Alberta Railway station in Falher is being prepared for the grand opening of the building at its new site in McLennan.

However, no date has been set for the grand opening, CAO-in-training James Bell says.

The building was moved Oct. 29, 2019 to the Northern Alberta Railway and Historical Museum, beside the Kimiwan Birdwalk on Highway 2.

Smoky River Tourism Society will operate the building as a tourism centre as it did when the building was located in Falher.

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