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Existing Stations of the City of Toronto

City of Toronto

Station Railroad Current Location Current Use Date Built Bldg Material Condition Notes
Don CPR (TBL 1888) Moved to Roundhouse park beside former CPR John Street Roundhouse, part of the Toronto Railway Museum Museum building 1895 CPR Frame Excellent, building fully restored Formerly located at Todmorden Mills Museum
Leaside (Freight Station) CNR (CNoR 1906) In situ off Industrial Street Gas company offices 1918 CNoR Brick Good, retained most original features Tracks removed, other historic CNoR buildings nearby
Mimico CNR (HTR 1855) Relocated 2007 to Coronation Park at northwest corner of Royal York Rd. and Judson St., across from its former location Currently vacant, under restoration 1915 GTR Frame with stucco Fair, under restoration Formerly located at 15 Judson St.
North Toronto CPR (OQR 1884) In situ at Yonge Street Leased commercial (LCBO) 1915 CPR Stone Excellent, interior and exterior fully restored RSR-037
Toronto Union Station TTR (HTR 1855) In situ at 71 Front St. W between York St. and Bay St. VIA, GO and ONR passenger station 1927 TTR Stone and brick Excellent, well maintained RSR-003

Recently Demolished: St. Clair Station (fire) c1997, West Toronto (fire and vandalism) c1999 and Rexdale (removed by CNR) 2002.

Last Updated: May 2010

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