Saturday, April 13th
2pm – 4pm
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Join us on a unique tour to mark the 100th birthday of the landmark Pacific Central Station. Sitting on hundreds of piles driven into the mud of the former upper reaches of False Creek, the station was built for the Canadian National Railway and formally opened in November 1919. On this tour led by Historian John Atkin, we will poke into the nooks and crannies of the building, explore a few dark and damp places, get out onto the platforms and enjoy refreshments in the Panorama Lounge.