Ontario Railway Stations
Despite being a small place, Gravenhurst was served by two railway stations for over 75 years.
The Muskoka Wharf spur was built by the Northern Railway of Canada in 1875 and lasted until 1952. It was later replaced with a replica station for the steamship service.
The Gravenhurst station was built by the GTR in 1919. It replaced an earlier station that was destroyed by fire in 1913. It was used by the Ontario Northland Railway until September 2012. It is currently used for commercial purposes.
Both buiildings are owned by the town of Gravenhurst.