About Lake Louise station
Railway Stations, Industrial Facilities, Interesting Places
Lake Louise station is a railway station in Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada. Historically served by Royal Canadian Pacific, it is now a stop for the Rocky Mountaineer and houses a restaurant. The station is located on Canadian Pacific main line, Lower Lake Louise, near the Chateau Lake Louise.
The station was originally built for the Canadian Pacific Railway. The station was declared a heritage railway station by the federal government in 1991. Starting in 1909 it was the first of six mountain stations built by the Canadian Pacific in a rustic log building design, consistent with how the railway marketed the region as a wilderness tourist destination.