Intercolonial Railway builds the Tatamagouche Station.
Dave Langille purchases first ticket. Passenger service begins July 15th.
Governor General Lord Aberdeen Whistle stops at the station.
End of passenger service to Tatamagouche.
The station master moves out and station closes,
Demolition of the train station is scheduled.
James LeFresne, age 18, purchases the station to prevent demolition.
The last train passes through Tatamagouche in February, it ends up getting stuck in the snow and never completes its last run.
Restoration begins on the station.
Tracks are removed and the station opens as the Train Station Inn.
James Le Fresne is awarded entrepreneur of the year by the Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia (TIANS).
The Governor General of Canada stays at the inn on June 19th.
Canadian National (CN) wooden cabooses #78257 and #79092 arrive at the inn on January
The Train Station Inn Cabooses Act passes Nova Scotia legislature in May. Wooden cabooses #78257 and #79092 are opened as accommodations in June. Canadian National caboose #79815 arrives in November.
Caboose #79815 opens to the public. Canadian National caboose #78107 is purchased and leased to the Cape Breton & Central Nova Scotia Ry. (CB&CNS) as a functioning caboose. It becomes CB&CNS #1000.
The Train Station Inn receives the Accommodation Award of Excellence from TIANS.
Canadian National #76606, a transfer van arrives, it is 1 of 13 remaining of 210 built.
Cabooses #79575 and #79510 arrive in June from CN.
Passenger car #7209 is purchased in January and is used by the CB&CNS for special events.
Boxcar #71662 (ex-437100), built in 1937, arrives at the inn. It is from the first set of steel boxcars CN built.
Boxcar #73337 (ex-537717), built in 1954, arrives at the inn.
Cabooses #79575 and #79510 open for use in May.
Canadian National caboose #77021, an ex-Montreal auxiliary train caboose, arrives in June.
Caboose #77021 is renovated and opened as accommodations.
Canadian National boxcar #71662 is renovated into accommodations.
VIA passenger car #7209 arrives at the inn in December.
Passenger car #7209 is opened in July as a dining car.
CB&CNS caboose #1000 (Canadian National #78107) is decommissioned after 5 years of use and in June it comes to the inn. Restoration of this caboose to CN #78107 is pending.
A track speeder is purchased and brought to the Inn. It was originally used in Truro, then in Montreal.
December, Vice Royal Railway Car ALEXANDRA built in 1905 arrives at the inn.
The Train Station Inn # 1 out of the top 10 most unique places to stay in Canada as chosen by: Camilla Cornel of the Canwest News Service...printed in The Calgary Herald July 29, 2006, The Montreal Gazette August 5, 2006, The Vancouver Sun July 30, 2006, The National Post July of 2006 & The Ottawa Citizen August 12th, 2006.
The Train Station Inn is chosen as one of the filming locations for the CBC's "The Week The Women Went" TV series.
The Train Station Inn celebrates its 25th year!
The Train Station Inn rebuilds the waiting platform.
The Train Station Inn celebrates its 30th year!