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Hubbards: Hubbards Train Station
(The Lighthouse Route)

Hubbards lost its CN passenger train (Halifax to Yarmouth run) in October, 1969, and its train station in March, 1977. In 2002, a contemporary version of the old Hubbards Train Station was built, not far from the original site, to house a regional Visitor Services and Interpretive Centre. Located directly on the Lighthouse Route, the inviting new Centre is a gateway to beautiful St. Margaret’s Bay and the dynamic Capital region, the stunning Aspotogan Peninsula, and the scenic South Shore. Visit the Interpretive Garden. hubbards1.jpg (41287 bytes)

Telephone: 1-902 857-3249
Hours: Open mid-May through October. Daily 9 - 9
November to mid-May. Weekends, 10 - 3.
Addition Information:
  • Parking
  • Bus Tours Welcome
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Washrooms
  • Visitor Information Center
  • Hiking
  • Cycling
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Last updated 31 March 2006