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CPR Bolton

D10 class Ten-wheeler 2680 arriving with passenger train northbound c.1910-12.
This new station was built in 1906 by the CPR as it constructed its main line to Sudbury.
(It replaced the earlier Toronto, Grey & Bruce station.)
Note the omnibus for local transportation as the station was some distance from the village.
Collection of Douglas P. Birchill

Order board at Yellow northbound indicates operator has orders to be hooped up for next train.
Red board for southbound trains is a stop signal. Note old-style TV antenna!
Note also two guys relaxing in the shade and one bicycle.

Seen here in 1983, it closed in 1986 and was finally demolished in March 1990. Jeff Henricks

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