Michigan Central Railway Station, London, Ontario
- Media Type
- Item Type
- A glossy black and white print showing a front and side view of the Michigan Central Railway Station. Two men are standing on the platform.
- The Michigan Central Railway Station, built 1886-7, was situated on the south-east corner of Clarence and Bathurst Streets. It was designed by F. H. Spier, a famous Detroit architect (source: "Canadian Rail Passenger Review Vol 1" p.65).
The first Michigan Central passenger train pulled into the station on September 12, 1887 (London Free Press, Monday, September 12, 1887 p.3 c.4) and the last train pulled out on June 30, 1915. The station was demolished in 1937.
The inscription, not seen on the digital copy, was added to the original photograph in 1939.
- [The Michigan Central Railway station, erected 1886-7. About 1890.]
- Date of Original
- ca. 1890
Width: 25.2 cm
Height: 20.1 cm
- Image Dimensions
Image Width: 24.3cm
Image Height: 19.1cm
- Local identifier
- James Egan Collection
- Language of Item
- Geographic Coverage
Latitude: 42.9806337361492 Longitude: -81.2454199790955
- Copyright Statement
- Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
- Recommended Citation
- Ivey Family London Room, London Public Library, London, Ontario, Canada
- Reproduction Notes
- London Room Photograph Archives - PG L63
- London Public LibraryEmail
Agency street/mail address
251 Dundas Street
London, ON N6A 6H9