A bit of Nova Scotia – Wolfville train station

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The Wolfville station was built in 1912 to replace the previous wooden rail station that was destroyed by fire in 1911.  

The Station was abandoned in 1990 when the Dominion Atlantic Rail (D.A.R.) ceased passenger service in the Annapolis Valley, and was later purchased by the Wolfville Library Foundation.

The building was recognized as a Municipally Registered Property heritage property on June 26, 1993.

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