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CPR London

London station circa 1910. Valentine & Sons Publication Co. Ltd.

The first passenger train left the new London station April 10, 1893. Shown here early 1900's in its original Tudor Revival style 40'x102' size. In 1906 a 40' 2 storey extension was built on the east end with offices upstairs and a few years later a further addition to 2nd storey was added to the opposite end. In 1926 a Lunch room and Express building were added on the east end in a 64' x 24' addition as shown on this map.Canadian Pacific Archives

This photograph from 1946 includes just one automobile. CPR/Steve Morris Collection

Looking west towards Richmond Street. London's passenger station was a very large building that housed
all the Divisional offices upstairs. Note the level crossing tower. October 20, 1959. R. L. Kennedy


London station was closed in 1989 and sold. Passenger service had ended in 1971.
Around 1995 Shot Pool Pub operated here for a short time.

The Keg Steakhouse & Bar operates now at 664 Richmond Street.

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