London station circa 1910. Valentine & Sons Publication Co. Ltd.
The first passenger train left the new London station April 10, 1893. Shown here early 1900's in its original Tudor Revival style 40'x102' size. In 1906 a 40' 2 storey extension was built on the east end with offices upstairs and a few years later a further addition to 2nd storey was added to the opposite end. In 1926 a Lunch room and Express building were added on the east end in a 64' x 24' addition as shown on this map.Canadian Pacific Archives
This photograph from 1946 includes just one automobile. CPR/Steve Morris Collection
Looking west towards Richmond Street. London's passenger
station was a very large building that housed
London station was closed in 1989 and sold. Passenger service had ended
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