Cochrane's First Hospital

Built in 1909 by Thomas Davies for his family, the resident doctor at the time, Dr. Park, asked that part of the house be used as a nursing home.  Mrs. Davies, along with her daughter Annie Beynon, a nurse, operated the home until around 1915.

Virtual Tour

Blue Pixel Media assisted the Museum Committee to develop a virtual tour of the Cochrane Historical Museum. Our temporary exhibit will be themed on How Horses helped develop the area.

Luggage Cart

The luggage cart was once used at the Cochrane Train Station.

Lovingly, restored by volunteers it now sits in front of the Cochrane Historical Museum.

Walk Around Historic Cochrane

Take a “walk” around Historic Cochrane and be sure to take in the Train Station diorama.

Train Station Diorama
The train station, Elevator, water tower and stock yards sat south of the tracks approximately where Home Hardware is now.
6 Panels take you on a "walk" around town
Take a look at how the town looked years ago.
More photos and Kitchen items
Ths display case is filled with articles from early Cochrane.
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