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Canadian National Railway station, Bronte St., Milton 
Image  1973,   Station originally situated on the east side of Bronte, south of the P.L. Robertston office. Now the Tourist Information Building on Martin and Steeles
Milton Historical Society
125th Anniversary of the founding of the town of Milton, Ontario 
Image  1982,   Performance by children on platform in front of the old CNR station which had been moved from Bronte to what is now Hadfield Park, as part of the l25th anniversary celebrations of the founding of the town of Milton in Jine 1982
Milton Historical Society
125th Anniversary of the founding of the Town of Milton, Ontario 
Image  1982,   Performance by children on platform in front of the old CNR station which had been moved from Bronte to what is now Hadfield Park, as part of the 125th anniversary celebrations of the founding of the Town of Milton in January 1982
Milton Historical Society
Milton Information Centre, Unity Park 
Image  1993,   The old C.N.R. Station built about 1900 to serve as a gateway to Western Ontario has been relocated to Unity Park and serves as the headquarters for Milton Chamber of Commerce. Update - Unity Park has been renamed Chris Hadfield Park. The building now serves as headquarters for the United Way of...
Milton Historical Society
Steam train at station 
Image    Steam freight train at the Limehouse Station.
Esquesing Historical Society
Grand Trunk Railroad Station 
Image    Grand Trunk Railroad Station, Acton. Beardmore warehouse (Old Hide House) stands on right. The Acton train station shown was erected in 1908 and the Beardmore Warehouse was erected in 1899. (Ontario Archives Acc 9339 No. 866)
Esquesing Historical Society
Grand Trunk Railway station, Georgetown 
Image  c. 1908  A crowd waits for the train outside the Grand Trunk Railway station in Georgetown.
Esquesing Historical Society
Hornby Train Station 
Image    Canadian Pacific Railway Station at Hornby. Hornby Station was demolished July 1962.
Esquesing Historical Society
Mansewood Train Station 1922 
Image  1922/1923  Mansewood train statin on 5 sideroad showing Mr. Cecil and John Bradshaw. Photo copied courtesy of Mrs. E.R. Wilson, Milton. When I was a rather small child we would walk over to this station from our farm. The farm was on the third line and was a short walk away. My dad would light a bonfire to...
Esquesing Historical Society
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Halton Railway stations