Emperor (railway point)

British Columbia. Railway point
On CNR, S of Mount Robson
53.0167 N 119.2333 W — Map 83E/3 — GoogleGeoHack
Earliest known reference to this name is 1929 (CNR Timetables)
Name officially adopted in 1951
Not currently an official name
40 miles west of the Yellowhead Pass on the Canadian National Railway

Emperor (Station) adopted 1951 on Jasper Park (North), as identified in CNR Timetables from 1929 or earlier. Rescinded 1970.

Listed as a passenger stop in CNR Timetable #34, 29 October 1967 – mile 10.8 from Tete Jaune Cache; not listed in subsequent editions. No longer a stopping place according to 28 September 1970 advice from CNR/Victoria office.


  • British Columbia Geographical Names. Emperor

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