Between March and May of 1942, tens of thousands of troops stepped off the train and overnight Dawson Creek was on the map! You can now visit the N.A.R. Station - a beautiful museum tribute to the US soldiers who arrived to build the Alaska Highway.
Tour the stationmaster's original living quarters and don't miss the natural history side of the museum that hosts artifacts from the First Nations who settled here prior to the European's arrival.
Access to the N.A.R. Station Museum is via the Tourism Dawson Creek Visitor Centre.