Northern Alberta Railway Museum
The town credits its early success to the railroad.  Our proud history in the railway is preserved in the “Golden Coach” and Museum located at the Kimiwan Birdwalk & Interpretive Centre on Highway 2.  

A walk through the Museum will allow you to view the exhibits of the pioneer and railway artifacts from the age of steam engines.  The Golden Coach on display in McLennan was the last passenger railcar used on the railway in the north. 

A new addition to the museum is the speeder shed showing casing equipement used on the track.  You can view the display year round.

The museum is open from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm May to August of each year. 



Contact Information
Northern Alberta Railway Museum
P.O. Box 688
McLennan, AB  TOH 2L0 

Julien Gervais at 780-324-3627 or Claire Tanguay at 780-324-3970

Catholic Archdiocese of Grouard – McLennan

The archdiocese office has moved it's office to Grande Prairie.  The archives of religious records for the Town of McLennan date back to the 1860.  If you’re looking for a copy of an ancestor’s baptismal certificate or marriage certificate chances are you will find it. 

For more information contact the archdiocese office at 780-532-9766, Monday through Friday.