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Ontario Railway Stations

London

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    Great Western Railway

    Source: Library and Archives Canada /C-53563, ca. 1854

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    Grand Trunk Railway

    Publisher: Stedman Bros., Brantford, ca. early 1900s

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    Grand Trunk Railway

    Publisher: PECO, ca. 1915

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    London Street Railway (Springbank Park)

    Publisher: Red Star News, ca. 1910

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    Michigan Central Railroad

    Ivey Family London Room, London Public Library, London, Ontario, ca. 1890

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    Michigan Central Railroad

    Publisher: Valentine & Sons, ca. 1911

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    Canadian Pacific Railway

    ca. early 1900s

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    Canadian Pacific Railway

    ca. 1907

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    Canadian Pacific Railway

    ca. 1976

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    Canadian Pacific Railway (London East)

    ca. 1922

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    Canadian National Railway

    ca. 1940s

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    Canadian National Railway

    Publisher: PECO, ca. 1940

London's first station was opened by the GWR (later GTR and CN) in 1853. CN replaced the station in 1935 with a handsome art deco structure that only lasted until the early 1960s. Over time CN replaced the the sectond station with two buildings that were primarily administrative. Today a portion of the original station site is occupied by the VIA Rail station and platform (not pictured).

The MCR station opened in 1887. Passenger service only lasted until 1915. The station was demolished in 1937.

The former CPR station was built in 1893 and replaced an earlier station. It has been home to a KEG restaurant for many years.