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Agincourt, looking east, Oshawa Sub. main line. Toronto Yard hump leads, one out of view as well as the Peterboro Sub.
August 1964 (Hump yard opened in April). Note person walking up steps from Brimley Avenue. Only Peterboro Sub. passenger train stopped here, and for many years a lot of commuters used it. Shed at the right was removed not long afterwards.Station itself was pieced together by the B&B from two old unknown structures, replacing the original station. Agincourt was the last accounting agency on the Ontario District to be replaced by the Customer Service Centre (CSC) concept. Leaside and Weston were two other late agency's. Jim Lahay was the last Station Agent. Al Paterson

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