Railway Museum’s Display Pavilion On Track
Prince George, B.C. – Work is underway to help make the Central BC Railway and Forestry Museum more accessible.
“The Museum has embarked on a capital project to build a display pavilion, to protect the historical artifacts and to provide accessibility,” says executive director Ranjit Gill.
“When complete, the display pavilion will house 8-10 railcars and provide accessibility by providing ramp access.”
She says the ramp was made possible by “a generous grant” from the Employment and Social Development Canada, Enabling Accessibility Fund.
Gill hopes the ramp will be built by next summer.