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Existing Stations of the District of Thunder Bay

District of Thunder Bay

Station Railroad Current Location Current Use Date Built Bldg Material Condition Notes
Geraldton CNR (CNoR 1914) Relocated to property 20 km west on Wildgoose Lake Cottage or a garage Unknown Frame   Details unknown
Nakina CNR (NTR 1913) In situ at Railway St. VIA station, Heritage Business Centre (offices, commercial etc.) 1923 CNR Frame Good, restored but not to original condition  
North Lake CNR (PDWR 1893) Relocated west to property on Addie Lake Summer cottage CNoR Frame Unknown, may have been altered Building disassembled and reconstructed
Pearl River CPR (CPR 1884) Relocated to property on Road No. 5 north of Hwy. 17 Private residence CPR Frame Unknown  
Schreiber CPR (CPR 1884) In situ at Brunswick Ave. Remains in railway use 1924 CPR Brick Good, well maintained RSR-193 (Designated 1993)
Silver Mountain CNR (PDWR 1893) In situ at southwest corner of Hwys 593 and 588 Silver Mountain Bar & Grill CNoR Frame Fair, several building additions Tracks removed, building for sale as of Aug 97
Thunder Bay CPR (CDPW 1883) In situ on Syndicate Ave. in Fort William Remains in railway use 1910 CPR/GTP Brick Excellent, well maintained RSR-170, formerly CPR Fort William station
Thunder Bay CNR (ORRR 1901) In situ at 9 Water St. in Port Arthur Commercial and community uses including a restaurant, childrens museum and model railway 1910 CNoR Brick Excellent, exterior restored RSR-074, formerly CNR Port Arthur station


Armstrong: Demolished by CNR in 2002.

Last Updated: April 2010

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