Winnipegosis Railroad Station built in 1896
Galician immigrants waiting for the train to Winnipegosis
Yard Sale July 22, 2022
Winnipegosis Railroad Station built in 1896
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Journey Through Our History

We collect, preserve, study and interpret the human and natural history in and around the area of Winnipegosis, Manitoba

photo: Galician immigrants waiting for the train to Winnipegosis.

Yard Sale
Thank you!

The Bake and Yard sale was a success! Again, thank you to all who so generously donated baking, yard sale items and/or time! A thank you must also go out to all the folks who came out and purchased items!

It was a beautiful day with sunshine and a gentle breeze and it was great to be able to visit as well as shop!

The Winnipegosis Museum, our beloved old train station, is celebrating 125 years of history and fundraisers like the Bake and Yard sale help preserve this history.


The last hail storm actually caused one of our single pane windows to break and though we have done a temporary repair we are even more eager to go ahead with plans to have storm windows added. Continuous maintenance is always important to keep this 125 year old building in good repair.

Again, thank you everyone for your support, whether through donations, time or purchases.

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and other Geographical Points of Interest
Winnipegosis and surrounding area
Home and Office of the late Dr. Medd
324 Second Street, Winnipegosis, MB
Teepee on site of the Winnipegosis Museum
Jubilee & First Street, Winnipegosis, MB