The train station in Kensington, Prince Edward Island is a unique structure. Its exterior was built with stone from New Brunswick embedded in stucco. The station was designed by C. R. Chappell and built by M.F. Schurman and Company in 1905. This was the third station at Kensington.
The station was designated as a National Historic Site in 1978. At one point it housed the local tourist information centre, but most recently it housed the Island Stone Pub.
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