Intercolonial Railway station, Pictou, Nova Scotia [PA-029397]
At one time there were approximately 1,300 railway stations across Canada, which included everything from grand urban stations to small flag stops found in remote areas and in-between cities.
Arrival of immigrants at Union Station, Toronto, Ontario [C-047042]
Railway stations were the first buildings passengers stepped into when they arrived or the last building they occupied when they left a town by train. A station serves a variety of purposes: it is the central community hub bringing people together, and it operates as one of the main connections to surrounding areas.
Canadian Pacific Railway station, Leanchoil, British Columbia [PA-023198]
Railway companies in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, such as the Canadian National Railway and the Canadian Pacific Railway, designed and constructed attractive stations with diverse and distinctive architecture.
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Windsor Station, Montréal, Quebec [PA-008678]