The railroad was once the primary means of long distance travel for people and commerce and the Port Moody Station was the terminus of the CPR (and the second built) until it was moved further west to Vancouver. The Port Moody Station, completed in 1908 and in service until 1976, is now the Port Moody Station Museum with hands-on displays and many images from the early years depicting the role of the railroad and this station in the development of Port Moody.
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