Help us welcome our new member of the team!




( Above: At Ioco Event: Markus Fahrner and Brianne Egeto with doggie Wilberforce!)

The Port Moody Heritage Society announces that our Museum Coordinator Brianne Egeto will be going on Maternity Leave for a year starting January 2017! We want to wish Brianne a great year and welcome Markus Fahrner to the team who will be covering her position while she is away.

Markus is a Graphic Designer and has been volunteering at the Museum for the past 2 years. He was part of the team that built the McKnight Trench Exhibit and has been an integral part of the Trench Program. He has been involved in many school programs, talks and other trench events and always has the kids smiling after his programs!  Please stop by the Museum and introduce yourselves!




Thank you Jeff McLellan!


The Port Moody Heritage Society wants to say a big thank you to Jeff McLellan! A man that cares about his community and goes out and gets things done! AMAZING!

He started a Go FUND ME page to deck out the Port Moody Station Museum with Christmas lights a few short days ago and has already started putting them up! They look wonderful Jeff!!!!!

LIGHT UP MURRAY STREET! Anyone wishing to donate can visit The Port Moody Station Museum is located at 2734 Murray Street, Port Moody.

For a great story about Jeff and what he’s doing go to the following tri City News article!




Christmas Tea -Almost Sold Out

Christmas Tea on the Train
 December  Cash only. call 604-939-1648 or email

Hello Everyone,

The Port Moody Station Museum is having our Christmas Tea on Sunday December 18th, and it’s almost Sold Out!

We have 2 tables of 2 left for our 10:30 seating. All other seating’s are sold out. Please RSVP by calling 604-939-1648 and talking to Brianne.

This year We are thankful for Cobs bread Sutter Brook supporting us! Thank you Melissa and all the staff from Cobs Bread Sutter brook ! Guests will enjoy their Delicious scones, fruit and will have Hot chocolate or a variety of tea to choose from.




Then and Now


The First lady Passenger that stepped off the Port Moody Sky Train today received these beautiful flowers! The Port Moody Heritage Society wanted to recreate what happened 130 years ago when the first Passenger train came into Port Moody. (Pictured behind is the first passenger train that came into Port Moody on July 4, 1886, with the lady receiving flowers).
Thank you to Arlene Wiebe from Inlet Floral Designs for creating this beautiful arrangement.