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Preserving, promoting and sharing the transportation heritage of Red Deer and Central Alberta; passing that heritage to future generations in a sustainable and interactive way through education, advocacy and nurturing a passion for the continuous evolution of trails, railways and transit.

 

 
 

Forth Junction Project Vision
a destination concept
for a proposed major attraction in the Red Deer area based on a theme of commemorating the evolution of trails, trains and transit in a multi-use family park to be administered by a not-for-profit corporation


 

 

 
Sharing Historical Perspective

of historic trails, trains and transit celebrating their roles in the development and settlement of Red Deer and Central Alberta and promoting its preservation assisted by the Forth Junction Heritage Society

Forth Junction Project Vision

Sharing Historical Perspective

Regional Heritage Preservation

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The Forth Junction Heritage Society

Regional Heritage Preservation

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The Forth Junction Heritage Society


from 1911 to 1962,
Forth Junction was the interchange between
the Red Deer-originated Alberta Central Railway and the Calgary and Edmonton Railway, both operated by Canadian Pacific,
representing the north-south, east-west flow of settlement, commerce, industry, agriculture, transportation and entrepreneurship

 
Regular Meeting of Forth Junction Heritage Society
May 10, 2016,
abc Restaurant, Red Deer
(see Contact Us page for details)
 

ACR pier at Red Deer   
   Celebrating the Evolution of 
Trails, Trains & Transit
                                in Central Alberta

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Vision of the Forth Junction Project  (downloadable report)
  
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