About Radway

The Town of Radway, is a unique hamlet in Thorchild County in central Alberta. Located within a short drive Northeast of Edmonton, this destination is a historical tourist experience that can’t be missed. With historical locations such as The Krause Milling Co. grain elevator, one of the last remnants of Alberta’s milling history. This site offers the history of the town and its growth in the flour industry in the 1900s.

Additionally, it is also home to one of the oldest public libraries in the province. Ever a small town in Alberta, Radway is also home to its own agricultural society. Due to its location away from the major cityscapes, the town is surrounded by beautiful scenic views of the prairies and the countryside.

Radway is certainly worth seeing for history aficionados.


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Stop Information

Husky Gas Station

Junction Hwy 28 &, 63, Radway, AB T0A 2V0

Hours of Operation

This stop is by advanced reservation only. Reservations must be made at least one hour before the route departs from originating destination.

The Radway stop is located at the Husky Gas Station right off Highway 28.