NAR Caboose 13021
Built in 1949 at the C.P. Angus Shop in Montreal. The first train arrived in Hines Creek December 10, 1930 pulled by steam engine #27. It was the railway that determined the location of Hines Creek as the line was built only to the northern most point at which the freight prices would have increased. Hines Creek became a transportation hub and many settlers arrived that way. The products they produced once settled: grain, cream, livestock, got to market by rail while groceries, tools, machinery, furniture, building materials and the mail arrived by train.