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Ontario Railway Stations


  • Grimsby GWR Station

    Great Western Railway

    Source: Grimsby Museum, ca. 1855

  • Grimsby GTR Station

    Grand Trunk Railway

    ca. 1910

  • Grimsby GTR Station

    The Village Depot (former CN statiion)

    Photo: Roberts Photography, Hamilton

The Great Western Railway station was built around 1853 and used until the late 1800s, when it was replaced with a new station. The old station was moved further back from the tracks and converted to a freight terminal. It was brought back into service in 1900 after the second station burned to the ground. In 1902 it was retired once again and used as a food processing depot. In 1997 it became home to Forks Road Pottery. The third and last station (built in 1902) was converted to a group of small boutiques after service was discontinued. It was destroyed by an electrical fire in 1994.

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