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Canadian Northern station became a joint-use facility when the C.P.R. built its new main line
through Belleville on a Joint Section of track for about three miles.
After abandonment of the CNoR's Ottawa-Toronto main line it became a C.P.R. facility.

Very early view of CNoR passenger train before it became a joint section.
Library & Archives Canada/Collections Canada PA-012539 Wm. J. Topley

CNoR 1407 near new (MLW 52602 April 1913) and a horse-drawn bus from Hotel Quinte. Belleville August 1913.
Public Archives 12554 William J. Topley

Here is the station from the street in later years, after CPR passenger service had ended (January 1966).
Note the Voyageur highway coach. November 1972, Bruce Ballantyne. It was demolished in the mid-1970's.

Three views (above and below) of this very substantial structure, typically no longer needed following discontinuance of passenger service and just waiting for demolition. July 1976 Arnold Mooney

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