Ontario Railway Stations
The city of Mississauga was created in 1968 with the amalgamation of nine separate constituent villages and towns. Port Credit and Streetsville were added to the mix in 1976.
The Clarkson CN station (originally spelled Clarkson's) was built by the Great Western Railway in 1853. It was destroyed by fire in 1962.
The original Cooksville station was built by the Credit Valley Railway (later CPR) in 1878. It was destroyed by fire in 1883. The replacement lasted until 1912 when it was replaced with a new station. That station lasted until 1975.
The Erindale station was built by the Credit Valley Railway (later CPR) around 1878. It was demolished in the 1950s.
The first Lorne Park station was built by the Grand Trunk Railway. It was later replaced with a shelter by CN. The shelter lasted until 1967 when the GO station was opened.
The Malton CN station was built by the Grand Trunk Railway in 1912. It replaced an earlier station believed to have been built in the mid 1850s. It was demolished in 1973 and replaced with a shelter in 1974.
The Meadowvale station was built in the late 1870s by the Credit Valley Railway (later CPR). Service was cut back in the mid 1950s and discontinued in 1962. The station was used for commercial business until 1976 and then demolished.
The original Port Credit station was built by the Great Western Railway (later GTR) in 1855. It burned down sometime in the early 20th century and was replaced with a new station, later owned by CN. That station is no longer standing.
The Streetsville Junction station was built in 1879 by the Credit Valley Railway (later CPR). It was relocated in 1914. It is a designated provincial heritage building and is now used as a private home.
The original Streetsville CPR station was a small wooden frame structure. It was replaced in 1914 by a more substantial brick building. Passenger service was discontinued in 1961. The station remained in use by the railway until 1982 when it was demolished.
The Summerville station was built around 1878 by the Credit Valley Railway (later CPR). It is believed the station still exists and is stored away awaiting restoration.