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Ontario Railway Stations

Hornepayne

  • Hornpayne CN Station

    Canadian National Railway

    Publisher: Novelty Mfg. and Art Company, Montreal, ca. 1925

  • Hornpayne CN Station

    Canadian National Railway

    Photo: Fisher, ca. 1940s

  • Hornpayne CN Station

    Canadian National Railway

    Photo: Fisher, ca. 1940s

  • Hornpayne CN Station

    Canadian National Railway

    Photo: Fisher, ca. 1940s

  • Hornpayne CN Station

    Canadian National Railway

    ca. 1945

  • Hornpayne CN Station

    Canadian National Railway

    ca. 1945

  • Hornpayne CN Station

    Canadian National Railway

    ca. 1950

  • Hornpayne VIA Station

    VIA Rail

    ca. 1981

Hornepayne was established by the Canadian Northern Railway in 1915 and originally named Fitzbach (Fitzback). It was renamed in 1920 in honour of Robert Montgomery Horne-Payne, an influential British financier. Horne-Payne was instrumental in the development of the Canadian Northern Railway (later CN) and BC Electric Railways as well as several other Canadian corporations. The station, built in 1921, was demolished in October 2020.

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