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Liverpool: Hank Snow Country Music Centre
(The Lighthouse Route)

Liverpool and its 1905 wooden station is home to the sights and sounds of country music at the Hank Snow Country Music Centre and the Nova Scotia Country Music Hall of Fame. This former Halifax & South Western station is located on Route 3.The restored railway ticket office features local railway lore. You will also see a replica of a water tank like those that supplied the old steam engines. Enjoy a walk on The Trestle Trail to its crossing of the Mersey River. Admission charged. liverpool.jpg (68749 bytes)

Telephone: 1-902 354-4675 for rates
Hours: Open mid May to mid October, Monday to Saturday 9 to 5, Sunday 12 to 5
Website: www.hanksnow.com (After viewing, close page to return here.)
Addition Information:
  • 300 Parking Spaces
  • Bus Tours Welcome
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Gift Shop
  • Picnic Area
  • Guides
  • Admission Charged
  • Heritage Designation
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Last updated 19 January 2009.