Ans: Open all days mostly from 9:30 to 8:30 and exceptions on Sundays. Call them before going to the location.
Qus: 3).Do they have online website?
Ans: Yes . They do have. Online website is - http://www.mcadamstation.ca/
Qus: 4).What is the Latitude & Longtitude Of the location?
Ans: Latitude of the location is 45.5903 Longtitude of the location is - -67.3288
Qus: 5).What does the local business do?
Ans: McAdam station is a former railway station that dominates the village of McAdam, New Brunswick, Canada. The station is the largest passenger station in the province but since the December 17, 1994, abandonment of Via Rail's Atlantic passenger train, it no longer sees rail service and is partially used as a museum.Railway historyMcAdam's railway history is traced to the 1850s–1860s when the St. Andrews and Quebec Railway was built through the area on the way toward Woodstock using a survey from the 1840s when the Canada–United States border north of the Saint Croix River was undecided and British North America stood a reasonable chance of acquiring title to the entire Saint John River watershed. The Aroostook War and the Webster–Ashburton Treaty settled the current boundary and eliminated any chance of the SA&Q building across that territory. McAdam was a small community called City Camp and comprised several lumber camps.During the late 1860s, the European and North American Railway project's "Western Extension" was constructed from Saint John to the boundary at Saint Croix where it linked with another E&NA line from Bangor to Vanceboro.