Family Day February 13, 10am to 2pm

Family Day

Family DayLooking for something fun to do on Family Day, February 13 (10-2pm) Join us at the Port Moody Station museum for Family Day.
We will have spike hammering, hammer your name into the train tracks, enjoy hot chocolate, or have a look at our rail car.

Congratulations Brianne


We’d like to congratulate Brianne. On January 26, 2017  she gave birth to her beautiful daughter Eva.

Our volunteer Arlene Wiebe made a special, and very beautiful flower arrangement for Brianne and Eva.



Great War Talk Saturday January 28, 1PM


Join us this Saturday our Great War Talk. We are starting this years exciting talk series off with a look at art during the Great War. We look at the War Arts Program, learn some more about some specific paintings.

Then March 4 we will continue the series with Knights of the Air.

The picture below features K. K. Forbes painting Canadian Artillery in Action. The two smaller photographs are pictures taken by Australian photographer Frank Hurley. “The morning after the first battle of Paschendaele” Showing wounded Australian troops. There are quite a few version of this picture featuring different dramatic cloud formations. They are actually composite pictures used for propaganda purposes and extra drama.



We have recently created our Instagram account. Please join us on Instagram. coordinatorpmsm

Every Friday we post a mystery picture. A close up of one of our many exciting items in our collection. Join us a guess what item we have chosen this time.

Even better come down to the museum, introduce yourself and hunt for the item.


Great War Talk – January 28

Great War talk Art 2

Please join us at the Port Moody Station Museum for our next Great War Talk  Art during the Great War.  Markus Fahrner will be giving the talk.  The  talk begins at 1pm on January 28th, please call to RSVP a seat! 604-939-1648.

Great War talk Art 2


Comments about the trench display

Not long ago a group of cadets visited the trench. As usual our volunteers were at hand to guide the group through the trench and provide historical information.

A short while later the following comment was send to us:
“Indeed it was the best tour experience I had, especially the realism of the trenches being displayed.  They surpass the quality of the display in Ottawa War Museum.  Again thank you to your volunteers showing us the history of WW1.”
Michael Marek
Training Officer