The Nova Scotia Railway Heritage Society (NSRHS) encourages the preservation and interpretation of buildings, artifacts and information related to the development and history of railways in Nova Scotia. If you have information or resources that you would like to provide please contact the Society. The Society needs your support to continue this important work. Donations will be welcomed by the Society and by the individual sites to help sustain our preservation and interpretation activities.
Our logo is adapted from the timeless image of Evangeline, the Acadian heroine, by Scottish artist Thomas Faed. This design was used by the Dominion Atlantic Railway in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley commencing in 1877.
|VICE PRESIDENT:||Dara Legere|
|Additional Directors elected at the 2008 AGM:||Andy Chisholm, Wayne MacDonald and Andrew Blackburn.|
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Individual Memberships are available for $10 per year
Railway Heritage Site memberships are $25 per year
Donations are most welcome to help pay for the work of the society including our web page, brochures, heritage projects and submissions to task forces and commissions.
Copyright of the material on this site is held by several sources, so please do not assume that any portion of the content is in the public domain. If you wish to copy any material on this site, please contact us (the Nova Scotia Railway Heritage Society) to find out who holds the copyright. You will then have to contact the source provided for permission to use that material.
This project was supported in part by the Strategic Development Initiative Program
of the Nova Scotia Department of Tourism and Culture