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CPR Trenton Division

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Trenton Division passenger trains originating at Union Station in Toronto operated within the Toronto Terminals Division beginning at Mile 109.1 (the end) of the Oshawa Subdivision, to stations at the Don, Leaside and Agincourt. Beyond there was the Trenton Division, and at this point the new main line diverges from the old original Ontario & Quebec main line via Peterboro and Havelock, to operate via Oshawa and Trenton, rejoining at Glen Tay on the Belleville Subdivision, which ends at Smiths Falls, although Smiths Falls itself was not part of the Trenton Division. The original O&Q route into Toronto was via North Toronto, Toronto Junction and Parkdale until the Don branch was opened May 14, 1893.

Oshawa and Belleville Subdivisions


Whitby

Oshawa

Bowmanville

Newcastle

Port Hope

Cobourg

Grafton

Colborne

Brighton

Trenton

Belleville

Lens

Elmsley


Peterboro Subdivision

Brown's Corners

Locust Hill
Atha Road

Claremont
Glen Major

Dagmar

Myrtle

Burketon

Pontypool
Manvers

Dranoel

Cavan
Kendry

Peterboro
Otonabee

Indian River

Norwood

Havelock

Havelock Subdivision


Bonarlaw
Ivanhoe

Tweed

Sulphide

Kaladar

Mountain Grove

Sharbot Lake
Maberley

Bathurst

Glen Tay

Port Mc Nicoll Subdivision

Uhthoff


Eldon

Brechin

Orillia

Coldwater

Port Mc.Nicoll

Bobcaygeon Subdivision


Bobcaygeon

Dunsford

Lindsay

Lindsay Jct

Bethany

Kingston Subdivision


Renfrew

Lavant

Clarendon

Kingston

Following abandonment of the old K&P line many stations went on to another life as residences,
while the right-of-way and bridges remained behind, mostly unwanted.

 



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