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Ontario Railway Stations

Brockville

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    Brockville, Westport and Northwestern Railway

    Source: Brockville Museum, ca. 1900

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    Union Station

    Publisher: Pugh Manufacturing, Toronto, ca. 1911

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    Union Station

    ca. early 1900s

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    Canadian Pacific Railway

    ca. early 1900s

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    VIA Rail

    © Jeri Danyleyko, ca. 2015

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    VIA Rail

    © Jeri Danyleyko, ca. 2015

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    VIA Rail

    © Jeri Danyleyko, ca. 2015

The Brockville, Westport and Northwestern station was built in 1890. It was a substantial building measuring 19.5m long X 11.5m wide. The ground floor contained a waiting room, washrooms, agent's room, brick vault, band baggage and freight rooms. There were rooms for staff on the second floor and an apartment for the caretaker on the third. The station was demolished at an early date.

The Brockville VIA station was built as a "Union Station" by the GTR and the Brockville and Ottawa Railway (later CPR) in 1873. Renovations to the station were completed in September 2014. It remains in use as a passenger terminal by VIA Rail.