The growth of Prairie communities depended greatly on the railway. The railway brought many people to the Prairies. Supplies and machinery were transported by train. The railway was also used to ship farm produce.
People buy their ticket at the train station and wait for the train to arrive.
PHOTO CREDIT: WESTERN DEVELOPMENT MUSEUM
The creation of the railway across Canada was essential for the settlement of the Prairies.
PHOTO CREDIT: SASKATCHEWAN HISTORY ALBUM
This train station was built in 1902 in Theodore, SK.