Warren, the northern-most station, is a community of some 1,000 persons.
The Post Office opened in 1882 as Hanlan and changed to Warrenton in 1912. The community and Canadian National Railway point were named Warren, while the Post Office remained Warrenton, probably to avoid duplication elsewhere.
Warrenton was rescinded in 1955 and Geographic Board of Canada correspondence in 1905 indicated that the Post Office and Township were named Hanlan after Edward “Ned” Hanlan, “champion oarsman of the world” from 1880-1884.
Warren was named by the CNR in 1905, after A.E. Warren, Western Vice President of the CNR. Today Warren is a thriving community that is the home to several organizations and tourist venues.
Click here to go to the web site of the West Interlake Trading Co.
For those that are looking for something unique to do as part of the experience with the Prime Meridian Trail, are just plain curious, or have a hobby of geocaching, the location of the Station is
N. 50 08.004' WO. 97° 32.952'
A short country drive takes you to a magical wonderland where new memories are sure to be created and those carefree childhood days brought back to life!
Over 4000 dolls await your visit in the V Gross Doll Museum! Regardless if you are a beginning or a seasoned collector, the gift shop features a fine selection of over 250 dolls and unique woodcarvings. You will definitely find that special treasure to take home with you! Admission to the Museum is $4.00. Hours from May to October are 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Sunday to Friday or by appointment. Phone - 204-322-5346 or
Looking for a great spot to relax? Despite its unique name, Rubber Ducky Resort and Campground offers a casual, family atmosphere with spacious, motel-style Bed and Breakfast suites, a full service campground, heated in ground pool and hot tub. Located close to some of the best waterfowl hunting in the province, Rubber Ducky Resort is within 2 km of the Prime Meridian Trail.