Port Moody Station Museum Wins The V3H Website Contest

After numerous entries, lots of deliberation, and a few games of rock, scissors, paper – we have a winner in The V3H website contest. We are proud to announce the Port Moody Station Museum will be getting a brand new website.

The Port Moody Station Museum is owned and operated by the Port Moody Heritage Society. The Station was actually the second CPR station built in the area, built between 1905 and 1907. In 1945, the station was moved to the foot of Queen Street where it served as the CPR passenger station for the area. In September 1976 (when I was 2 days old in fact), the CPR discontinued their passenger service and the station was closed. The Heritage Society (then called the Port Moody Historical Society), bought the station and moved it to its’ present Murray Street location in 1978. It was refurbished to be a museum facility, and officially opened on July 1st, 1983.

We’d like to thank everyone who entered, it’s been fantastic talking to everyone about their web presence, and hopefully we’ll be able to help a lot more people in the coming months. As we go through the process for bringing a new site online for the Museum, we’ll be updating you on the process and hopefully giving everyone a little insight into how we keep sites like theV3H.com running without the technology getting in our way too much.

Come learn a little more about our web services at www.thev3h.com/web-services/, or email me at jon (at) thev3h.com and tell me about what you’re looking to do better online.

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  1. Congratulations to the Port Moody Station Museum, Heritage Society Executive and Museum Staff.

    As a client of The V3H and upNext Media I can attest that you are in very capable hands for your free website package and free year of hosting, and I’m looking forward to viewing the results.

  2. Fabulous, what a webpage it is! This website provides valuable facts to us, keep it up.