The image below shows a picture of the last train to pass the tracks on November 2, 2010.

The Beaver Bank Station is a family friendly, Bar & Grill which offers affordable, fine pub foods with live entertainment. We offer a great new menu, developed with you in mind, by our fantastic Kitchen Manager. At the Beaver Bank Station you can choose from an intimate atmosphere, enjoy dinner with family, business meetings or just kick back and enjoy a few moments with friends.

A bit of the history…

The present building which is called “The Beaver Bank Station” was constructed by Daniel Hallisey in 1856. It served as a hotel to the train station that was adjacent to it. Sir Robert Borden was a frequent visitor to the hotel. This in later years became a telegraph and post office and served the community as such for the next 99 years. Officially named the “Hallisey House” by the Nova Scotia Heritage Society .

The present owners re-opened the Beaver Bank Station as a full service bar and grill at the request of many of the local residents, as they had no local establishment where they could relax, refresh and eat within the community.