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Ontario Railway Stations

Scotia (Junction)

  • Scotia GTR Station

    Grand Trunk Railway

    Library and Archives Canada / PA-021941, ca. 1910

  • Scotia GTR Station

    Grand Trunk Railway

    Dept. of Mines and Resources / Library and Archives Canada / PA-020594

  • Scotia GTR Station

    Grand Trunk Railway

    ca. early 1900s

  • Scotia CN Station

    Canadian National Railway

    ca. 1950s

At one time Scotia was the junction point of both the Canada Atlantic and Grand Trunk Railways, hence the name Scotia Junction. The GTR acquired the CAR in 1904. The first station, built around 1895, was a beautiful turreted building befitting an important junction point. In the first photo, GTR President and Manager C.M. Hays is second from the left. The station burned down in 1914 and was replaced with a more humble building which no longer exists.

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