Toronto's earlier Union Station which sat on the land along the north side of today's Bremner Blvd, to the west of York St.

Toronto's earlier Union Station which sat on the land along the north side of today's Bremner Blvd, to the west of York St.

Old Union Station.

Toronto Union Station before construction of the trainshed extension. View looking northwest from the York Street level crossing.

Great Western Railway terminal station, Yonge St., n.e. corner, Esplanade E., c.1866. Photo by William Notman. - Image courtesy of the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, UofT, digitally enhanced by Jeremy Hopkin.

Great Western Railway terminal station, Yonge St., n.e. corner, Esplanade E., c.1866. Photo by William Notman. - Image courtesy of the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, UofT, digitally enhanced by Jeremy Hopkin.

The Owen Sound to Toronto 'Moonlight' rolls south through the rolling countryside in Mount Forest. The Orangeville-Owen Sound section of track has been abandoned however townships along the route are still debating whether it is worth rebuilding the line, which would be part of the Orangeville and Brampton Railway

John Eull Photo: The Owen Sound to Toronto ‘Moonlight’ rolls south through the rolling countryside in Mount Forest. The Orangeville-Owen Sound section of track has been abandoned however townships along the route are still debating whether it is worth r

Railway stations in Orangeville Ontario

Railway stations in Orangeville Ontario

This is Kincardine No3.  Narrow gage of the Toronto, Grey and Bruce railroad. Pre 1883. The CP line obtained this R&R about that time.

This is Kincardine Narrow gage of the Toronto, Grey and Bruce railroad. Pre The CP line obtained this R&R about that time.

CPR Orangeville Station - 1977

CPR Orangeville Station - 1977

Railway stations in Mount Forest Ontario

Railway stations in Mount Forest Ontario

EMERY, Ontario - vintage photo - Railway Depot Toronto Public Library - It as a flag station built for the Toronto Grey & Bruce Railway in 1870. Between 1881 and 1884 the line was acquired by the Canadian Pacific TPL_edited

EMERY, Ontario - vintage photo - Railway Depot Toronto Public Library - It as a flag station built for the Toronto Grey & Bruce Railway in Between 1881 and 1884 the line was acquired by the Canadian Pacific TPL_edited

In this great scene from Orangeville, Ontario, Canada there are three different classes of Ten-Wheelers. At left is D6 526, facing away from camera is a D-10  and at right is D4 492

In this great scene from Orangeville, Ontario, Canada there are three different classes of Ten-Wheelers. At left is facing away from camera is a and at right is 492

A view of the erecting shop of the Avonside Engine Company taken in the early 20th century.

A view of the erecting shop of the Avonside Engine Company taken in the early 20th century.

From the Toronto, Grey and Bruce railroad pre 1883

From the Toronto, Grey and Bruce railroad pre 1883

narrow gauge 17 Sarawak, one of six Baldwin 2-8-0's built in 1874

narrow gauge 17 Sarawak, one of six Baldwin built in 1874

ORANGEVILLE , Ontario - Canadian Pacific Railway station vintage pc rc

ORANGEVILLE , Ontario - Canadian Pacific Railway station vintage pc rc

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