St. John’s, NL Trans Canada Trail Pavilion relocation ceremony
Some 60 people, including trail enthusiasts and retired railway workers, were on hand to take part in a museum opening and relocation ceremony for the Trans Canada Trail pavilion in St. John’s on June 12th, 2009. The pavilion was relocated to the grounds of the Railway Coastal Museum which occupies the 1st floor of the 104-year-old former CN train station on Water Street. Newfoundland T’Railway Council President Jamie Warren said the new site has a direct connection to the former railway line. Newfoundland’s portion of the national trail follows the 883-km route from St. John’s to Port aux Basques.
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