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Stations and Depots : Canada

Railroad stations, depots and structures in Canada. Many of these are museums or tourist railways, a few are still in revenue service, others are businesses. Most, but not all, are open to the public in some manner.

There are 40 links in this category

Ontario - Fort Erie Railway Museum
Fort Erie, ON - Canadian National Railway steam engine 6218 is the cornerstone artifact of the Fort Erie Railway Museum. Built in 1948, the 4-8-4 wheel configuration Northern type served well into the 1960s. In its retirement it serves as a reminder of days past when Fort Erie boasted the third-largest rail yard in Canada. As well as a host of artifacts including tools and telegraphic equipment, the original Grand Trunk Railway Station in Ridgeway and the CN B-1 station (used to monitor traffic over the International Railway Bridge) were moved to the railroad museum site and are being preserved. The B-1 serves as office and gift shop. The Ridgeway Station houses the main exhibit area.
Info: URL: http://www.forterie.ca/pages/FortErieRailwayMuseum (Added: 16-Dec-2016)
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Ontario - Komoka Railway Museum Inc.
Komoka, ON - The Museum is housed in the former Canadian National Railway station in Komoka, Ontario. When purchased as a museum in 1978, the building was moved to its present site north of the CNR tracks and adjacent to the Komoka Community Centre.

Many railroad items are available for close examination including telegraph keys, spike hammers, spike pullers, switch lanterns, steam gauges, a railroad safe, a baggage sleigh and a three-wheel velocipede.

The Museum's pride is a 1913 Shay steam locomotive, which is now nearly completely restored. It rests in its own building along with other artifacts. When restored, a pre-1939 steel-sided baggage car will house the gift shop, office and a model railroad display.

Info: URL: http://www.komokarailmuseum.ca/ (Added: 17-Dec-2016)
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Ontario - Ontario Railway Stations
A listing of Ontario railway stations. The following document provides the location of all known remaining heritage stations within the Province of Ontario constructed prior to 1960, originating from both steam and interurban lines. Maintaining this data base is a constant process.
Info: URL: http://www.trainweb.org/ontariostations/index.htm (Added: 18-Aug-2000)
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Ontario - Palmerston Railway Heritage Museum
Palmerston, ON - Palmerston Railway Heritage Museum. The town of Palmerston has a very unique history in Southwestern Ontario. When the railways began to extend to this part of the province the vast majority of towns already existed when the railway lines were built. As a result the stations were built on the outskirts of the towns. Palmerston, however, came into existence in the 1870's with the arrival of the Wellington, Grey & Bruce Railway. Since the town was built around the railroad, the town of Palmerston has the smallest main street in Southwestern Ontario, as well as the longest Pedestrian Bridge in all of Ontario.

The museum itself is unique as we are the only Railway Museum in Wellington County. The museum has on display numerous railway and Victorian artifacts that have been kindly donated by members of the community and surrounding areas. We also host a large library of railway books which are located in our Genealogy room. The museum has numerous railway records and has begun to collect microfilm resources which can be accessed by individuals who wish to research their family history and discover ancestral ties to the railroad.

Info: URL: http://www.palmerstonrailwaymuseum.com/ (Added: 16-Dec-2016)
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Ontario - Toronto Union Station
Informative website of the Toronto Terminal Railways - owner/operator of Toronto's Union Station

Toronto Terminals Railway is the operating railway responsible for safe and efficient movement of trains throughout the Union Station Rail Corridor (USRC). As the certificate of fitness holder for the USRC, TTR ensures the railway meets Transport Canada’s operating guidelines and policies. TTR also manages the train marshaling operations at Deltaport, one of Canada’s busiest ports on the West Coast.

TTR is a jointly owned subsidiary of both Canadian National Railway and Canadian Pacific Railway, allowing it to benefit from the best practices and guidance of the two largest railways in Canada.

Info: URL: http://ttrly.com/ (Added: 21-Aug-2000)
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Saskatchewan - Al Mazur Memorial Heritage Park
Hudson Bay, SK - A re-creation of the town of Hudson Bay circa 1909, the Al Mazur Heritage Park features a collection of buildings spread across 16 acres. Travel back in time as you walk through buildings such as the print shop, featuring artifacts depicting early letter press printing and hand-set type. Learn about the area’s logging history, take a ride on the train that circles the park, and tour through the only Boer War Home in Canada. Finish your tour with juice, tea and cookies in the tea house and view a collection of over 1,500 matching tea cups and saucers.
Info: URL: http://www.townofhudsonbay.com/default.aspx?page=80 (Added: 16-Dec-2016)
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Saskatchewan - Canora CN Station House Museum
Canora, SK - Built in 1904, the Canora CN Station House Museum is the oldest Class 2 railway station still operating in Saskatchewan and displays CN Rail memorabilia, pioneer artifacts, local art, souvenirs and tourist information. Churchill tour information is available at the museum and Via Rail service to Winnipeg and Churchill is available three times a week each way.
Info: URL: http://saskmuseums.org/museums/museum_search.php?id=167 (Added: 16-Dec-2016)
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Saskatchewan - Eatonia Heritage Park
Eatonia, SK - Eatonia Heritage Park is a Municipal Heritage Property occupying a .6 ha lot on a former railway siding at the south end of Main Street in the Town of Eatonia. The property features a train caboose, a two-storey, wood-frame railway station built in 1924, and a two-storey, wood-frame house built in 1917.

The heritage value of the Eatonia Heritage Park lies in its association with the settlement and development of Eatonia. Situated prominently at the head of Main Street, the caboose and station speak to the central role of the railroad in Eatonia’s history. In 1918, the Canadian Northern Railway Company selected what would become the Eatonia townsite as a divisional point on its recently constructed Macrorie Subdivision. Canadian Northern’s land company acquired the site in the same year, subsequently subdividing it and selling town lots. With a combination freight and passenger station, a five-stall engine house, locomotive turntable and related facilities, the railroad was, for many years, a mainstay of Eatonia’s economy and its principal means of access for goods and people. Acquired by the town in 1975 and still located on its original site, the station now houses Eatonia’s library in its former freight room, and remains a valued landmark that commemorates the community’s railroad heritage.

Info: URL: http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg/place-lieu.aspx?id=4476 (Added: 16-Dec-2016)
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Saskatchewan - Frenchman Butte Heritage Centre
Frenchman Butte, SK - The Frenchman Butte Museum is uniquely situated in a central location to many historical events and is very proud to have a large collection that reflects the history of the following: The Early Settlers; Canadian Railways; The Northwest Rebellion; Hudson's Bay Company/Fur Trade; North Saskatchewan River Highway; Carlton Trail; First Nations and Wolrd War I & II.

The museum is based upon a collection of guns, arrowheads and other pioneer artifacts gathered by the late Lloyd Furman, who spent many years collecting artifacts. Originally, it was housed in the restored CNR Station, but it quickly outgrew that space. As a result, a large quonset was erected - the Lloyd Furman Building. The site has continued to grow with additional buildings being added as needed.

The Frenchman Butte Museum first began in this building - an original building to this picturesque hamlet. It is manned by mannequin staff and houses a portion of the large collection discovered by the late Lloyd Furman. The restored CNR Station is now recognized as an official Heritage Building.

Info: URL: http://www.frenchmanbuttemuseum.ca/index.html (Added: 16-Dec-2016)
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Saskatchewan - Herbert Museum
Herbert, SK - The Herbert Museum is a restored 1908 CPR station heritage building containing railway artifacts and a model railway system. The museum also features a pioneer cottage and pioneer school displays. Souvenirs, history books and tourism information is also available at the museum.

Herbert happily invites you to visit our original 1908 train station museum. The grounds contain a pioneer schoolhouse, cottage, blacksmith shop, boxcar, snowplow, caboose, and a collection of vintage farming equipment.

Info: URL: http://herbertstation.webs.com/ (Added: 16-Dec-2016)
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