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Below is a collection of videos created by the museum, members or visitors. 

Alberta Railway Museum YouTube Channel

Here’s a look at what you can expect when visiting the Alberta Railway Museum in Edmonton, Alberta. The Alberta Railway Museum is a rustic outdoor display of railway equipment and buildings. The museum replicates a small terminal with station, water tank and shops. The main emphasis is on cars and locomotives from the Canadian National Railways (CNR), Northern Alberta Railways (NAR) and industrial and short line railways.

The Carbondale Station documentary accounts the tragic event that occurred on November 10, 1959, at the Northern Alberta Railways Carbondale Station in Carbondale, Alberta.

Are you wondering what a Speeder Car ride is?

On June 24, 2021, the Alberta Railway Museum hosted the Minister of Service Alberta, Nate Glubish and the Speciality Vehicle Association of Alberta to present and celebrate the proclamation and declaration of every second Friday in July of “each year” as Collector Car Appreciation Day in Alberta. This proclamation also recognizes the celebration of “Automotive Heritage Month” across Canada.

Locomotive No. 73, originally owned by the Northern Alberta Railways (NAR) was cosmetically restored in the fall of 2020. The restoration project was made possible with the support of the Government of Alberta through the Heritage Preservation Partnership Program which provided a grant to help preserve Alberta’s heritage.

In recognition of the 40th anniversary of the acquisition of the Northern Alberta Railways (NAR) by Canadian National (CN), the Alberta Railway Museum and the Alberta Pioneer Railway Association is please to release the newly published book of the NAR Diesels 1952 – 1980 written by Les Kozma.

Videos from Members or Visitors



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NO SMOKING of any type is allowed anywhere on the museum grounds.  This includes the museum’s parking lot. Thank you for your cooperation.

Since the museum is an industrial site, for the safety of your dog, and for the safety of our other visitors, please leave your dog at home. Service dogs are of course welcome.

We regret that not all of the museum’s grounds and collection are wheelchair accessible. Baby and child strollers are not recommended for touring the site. Plan to bring a carrier.

Rail Safety

All visitors are reminded that this is an industrial site and that proper footwear is necessary. Please obey all warning signs, DO NOT CLIMB on the equipment and pay attention to uneven entrances in display cars. Visitors ride on equipment at their own risk.


The Museum supports the efforts of Canada’s railways to promote safety. We highly recommend that our guests also visit the Operation Lifesaver website. There you’ll find more information about rail safety, including in-person presentations, videos, and other resources.


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