First station, built in 1885. Two story building nestled between Nordheimer
piano factory and
Second station, built 1898 demolished 1911. Looking east taken from
(Old) Weston Road bridge.
Weston Road bridge new construction looking southeast. Closeup of second station. December 14, 1910
Toronto Junction, Mile 4.6 London Section (later, Galt Subdivision)
former Credit Valley main line looking west.
Brand new station! October 19, 1911 West Toronto Junction Historical
New West Toronto station built 1911 using brick and stone. Shown 1915-16
Canadian Pacific Archives A.3513
West Toronto Station 1923. West Toronto Junction Historical Society
Note the telephone booth underneath the umbrella shed. Old style street
lamp at left edge of platform.
Note: That two-tone Ford appears in a photo the day before at Leaside. Could it be Salmon's?
West Toronto Station (looking west) Referred to by employees
as the "Depot". Located upstairs was the Calling Bureau
#338 9110-9115 arriving for the last time. July 3, 1971 Bill Thomson
#337 is in fact not operating this date. The last train has arrived.
This shows the full length of the expanded express building. Note the
breezeway. Winter 1976-77
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