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Fairview Agricultural Society Museum

Arrival of first train (Northern Alberta Railway), Fairview, Alberta on November 2, 1928. The museum opened in 1975 to offer residents and visitors a glimpse of early life in the community, in particular, after the arrival of the railway in 1928. Several local historic buildings have been moved, restored and furnished. 

Contact Information:
Box 1994 Fairview, AB T0H 1L0

Phone: (403) 835–4044 (summer)

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