Railroad Interpretation Center Museum

Exterior of the Railroad Interpretation Centre Museum

A captivating journey about railroad history. A guide will be there to answer all your questions about the tour. The Railroad Interpretation Centre Museum is a 1900’s train shed replica. An exhibit that changes every year and relates the life of railway-men.
A 900 square feet HO 1/87 scale lay-out that is constantly changing. You see a great deal of different modeling aspect like…cars, structures, engines, scenery and many scale kilometers of tracks.

The visit will bring you in the past with different replicas and 230 feet of boardwalk that will lead you to a covered railroad bridge and to the resting area, the hall of fame. Then, welcome aboard for a tour of New-Brunswick in miniature, a magnificent journey through the modeler’s eyes. At the end of your visit the “Jefstyle souvenir and hobby shop” will allow you to get souvenirs. The Brake’s-man trail will guide you back to your departure “parking area”.

A 1 hour visit that will leave you speechless. Welcome to the Railroad Interpretation Centre Museum: Du Réel Au Miniature, where the impossible exists.

Notes: Open year round
4 :00 pm til 6 :00 on week days
Weekends: by appointment
Group call: 1-506-739-9644
July and August longer opening hours 11 :00 am til 7 pm
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
11-7 11-7 11-7 11-7 11-7 appointment/rendez-vous appointment/rendez-vous

1091 rue Victoria Street, Edmundston, NB, E3V 3V5

(506)739-9644
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