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CPR London Division Station Gallery

Galt Subdivision

Note: The Galt Subdivision begins at the centre of Union Station in Toronto, stations included Parkdale, West Toronto, Lambton, Islington, Summerville, Dixie and Cooksville within the Toronto Terminals Division which ended at Mile 15.02. Work beyond this point belonged to London Division road crews. This was an overlap of jurisdictions as the Outer Main Track designated point is the west wye switch Obico, Mile 10.2.



Erindale

Streetsville

Hornby

Milton
Campbellville
June 1964
Al Paterson

Guelph Jct.


Puslinch

Killean

Galt

Ayr

Wolverton

Drumbo

Innerkip

Woodstock

Zorra

Thamesford

Asylum

London

Windsor Subdivision



North Glencoe

North Newbury


Chatham


Belle River

Windsor

Port Burwell Subdivision

Tillsonburg

Tracks gone, it was last used by a Mobile Station Agent. 1994 Jeff Henricks
After its closure, it was acquired for preservation and relocated elsewhere in Tillsonburg.
Next to it is a former CN station, an old Great Western station on its original site.
Also, restored is the old CASO/NYC station. Long-gone is the Air Line station.
See them all here.


Port Burwell

Salford Museum
Collection of Walter E. Pfefferle


St.Thomas Subdivision


Ingersoll

Belmont

 


St. Marys Subdivision


Embro

Lakeside

St.Marys

 


Goderich Subdivision




Waterdown South



Waterdown North


Flamboro
C.1960's Al Paterson


Corwhin


Guelph

Guelph Junction See: Galt Sub. above.

Note: Line abandoned beyond Guelph to Goderich effective December 31, 1988.


Ariss

Elmira
 


Millbank

Milverton

West Monkton

Walton

Blyth * note

Auburn

Goderich

* Note: See also abandoned CNR Blyth inc. station.


Listowell Subdivision

Postcard view of Listowell cancelled December 31,1908

Here is the former CPR Listowel station taken over by the CNR along with trackage to serve local industries.
It was later used by Hydro and finally demolished in the late 1980's. August 1983. Gene Burles

Note: The CNR line through Listowel was finally abandoned effective October 30, 1993.


Many station were no longer wanted as a result of the introduction of Customer Service Centre (CSC) system which replaced individual stations and their Agent-Operator and other staff with a Mobile Agent and an 800 number.

 



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