Of all the places along the Prince Edward Island Railway, Royalty Junction remains a close favourite. I recently had a great opportunity to photograph the station as it remains today. It was moved from it’s original location to it’s current home in Greenvale, PEI in the early 1980’s. Soon after being moved the new owners added a second storey. Except for that change much of the building remains exactly as it was and it is an excellent resource for studying the construction of a typical PEIR station. I thought I’d take a minute and share some of the many photographs I took of the station that evening. Stay tuned, I’ll be completing a drawing of this station and I’ll post that here as soon as it’s done.