Stanley Park Junction is the area in Stanley Park where the miniature train loads. There is a plaza around which is a ticket booth, train station, totem pole, pond, and stage. The Children of the World Totem Pole is in the plaza. The Raven Statue is in the middle of the pond! The Cob House is next to the plaza. The ticket booth is where you can buy tickets to the miniature train ride. The train station was recently rebuilt and is where you load/unload from the train.
There are usually many activities set up around the junction based on the theme of the train, i.e. a haunted maze during the halloween ghost train, christmas lights and displays during the bright nights christmas train.
The Cob House has a small concession that is open when the train is operating. There is a larger concession just near the parking lot.
The plaque says:
Stanley Park Train Station
Opened November 23, 2015
All aboard! Delighting children since 1964, the train is one of Vancouver's most popular attractions. Architectural features in the station reflect the previous structure, which was destroyed in a fire in 2012.
The train includes a replica of Canadian Pacific Railway engine #374, famous for pulling Canada's first transcontinental passenger train into Vancouver in the late 1880's.
Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation
The Stanley Park Junction is located just off to the right of Pipeline Road past the Rose Garden and Bus Loop. The Miniature Train runs at the Stanley Park Junction. Also at the junction are the Children of the World Totem Pole, Raven Statue and Cob House.
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