Weston Station (ex TG&B 1871), John Street, looking south with
GTR station in the
Weston July 16, 1939. (Nicely painted for the
1939 Royal Tour in brown and cream with grey roof) Al Paterson
Weston Historical Society archives.
Burro crane at work. Note work train in background.
City of Toronto Archives. Fonds 1257_s1057_it9286
Note extra sign "C.P.R. STATION" due to C.N.R.
station located on west side of their main line,
Left sign on roof reads: Railway & Ocean Tickets & Reservations.
Still looking pretty good. c.1960's Freight shed (below) at left.
Weston freight shed.
Unmarked building was constructed for use by CP Telecommunications.
Nicely painted! Circa September 19, 1967
Local efforts to preserve this station were not successful.
Opening of the Georgetown GO train operation over the
CN main line between
GO Weston. Circa 2009. Weston Historical Society
This facility would be demolished 9/2012 to be replaced
by a bigger station just south of here
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