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  • Gathering at Junction Station
    Image       Photo of a large crowd gathered at the St. Marys G.T.R. Junction Station. The crowd may be there in preparation for King George VI and the Queen who passed through in June, 1939. This could be a band and group of veterans. Photo shows a good view of the tracks.
    Image     Photo of a large crowd gathered at the St. Marys G.T.R. Junction Station. The crowd may be there in preparation for King George VI and the Queen who passed through ...
  • Gathering at Junction Station
    Image       Photo of a large crowd gathered at the St. Marys G.T.R. Junction Station. The crowd may be there in preparation for King George VI and the Queen who passed through in June, 1939.
    Image     Photo of a large crowd gathered at the St. Marys G.T.R. Junction Station. The crowd may be there in preparation for King George VI and the Queen who passed through ...
  • Train heading out of St. Marys via the Sarnia Bridge
    Image       Colour photo showing a train crossing the overpass over Emily Street. This photo was taken December 12, 1989 - just a few days before the Sarnia line was closed.
    Image     Colour photo showing a train crossing the overpass over Emily Street. This photo was taken December 12, 1989 - just a few days before the Sarnia line was closed.
  • Two freight trains near the St. Marys Junction
    Image       Colour photo showing two freight trains near the St. Marys Junction. One of the trains is on the London line, and the other is on the Sarnia line.
    Image     Colour photo showing two freight trains near the St. Marys Junction. One of the trains is on the London line, and the other is on the Sarnia line.
  • CNR freight train on Sarnia Bridge
    Image       Colour photo showing a CNR freight train the Sarnia railway bridge in St. Marys on August 12, 1986.
    Image     Colour photo showing a CNR freight train the Sarnia railway bridge in St. Marys on August 12, 1986.
  • CNR freight train
    Image       Colour photo showing a CNR freight train on the outskirts of St. Marys taken August 12, 1986.
    Image     Colour photo showing a CNR freight train on the outskirts of St. Marys taken August 12, 1986.
  • Queen Street overpass and the Water Tower, 1984
    Image       Photo showing the St. Marys Water Tower (left side of photo), and the Queen Street overpass (right). Behind the overpass the VIA Station can also be seen.
    Image     Photo showing the St. Marys Water Tower (left side of photo), and the Queen Street overpass (right). Behind the overpass the VIA Station can also be seen.
  • Water Tower at the C.P.R. Station
    Image       Photo showing the water tower located by the CPR line and station. A locomotive can be seen next to the water tower. In the background the Opera House with all the extra buildings required for the operation of the Great Star Flour mill can be seen.
    Image     Photo showing the water tower located by the CPR line and station. A locomotive can be seen next to the water tower. In the background the Opera House with all ...
  • St. Marys Grand Trunk Station
    Image       Photo of the Grand Trunk railway station located at 5 James Street North, St. Marys. The station is still used today as the Via rail station, and also as offices for Town of St. Marys employees.
    Image     Photo of the Grand Trunk railway station located at 5 James Street North, St. Marys. The station is still used today as the Via rail station, and also as offices ...
  • St. Marys Junction Station
    Image       Photo of the St. Marys Junction Station located at 480 Glass Street. The building was built in 1858 to be used by the Grand Trunk Railway company. Reasons for Designation - 1993 (although also designated federally in 1980) The St. Marys Junction Station was constructed in 1858 under the supervision ...
    Image     Photo of the St. Marys Junction Station located at 480 Glass Street. The building was built in 1858 to be used by the Grand Trunk Railway company. Reasons for Designation ...
  • Train derailment
    Image       Photo of a train derailment that occurred in the 1930s. Men can be seen standing at the tracks with bags of something in the foreground.
    Image     Photo of a train derailment that occurred in the 1930s. Men can be seen standing at the tracks with bags of something in the foreground.
  • Train derailment
    Image       Close-up of one of the freight cars all dumped over after a train derailment. Men are all standing around with others moving about showing they are trying to clean up the mess.
    Image     Close-up of one of the freight cars all dumped over after a train derailment. Men are all standing around with others moving about showing they are trying to clean up ...
  • Train derailment
    Image       Photo of a crew trying to clean-up after a train derailment.
    Image     Photo of a crew trying to clean-up after a train derailment.
  • Train derailment
    Image       Photo of a train that derailed in the 1930s. A crew can be seen trying to clean up the mess with a crowd standing and sitting up on the hill watching.
    Image     Photo of a train that derailed in the 1930s. A crew can be seen trying to clean up the mess with a crowd standing and sitting up on the hill ...
  • Train derailment
    Image       Photo of a train that derailed in St. Marys in the 1930s. A crowd can be seen sitting up on the hill watching the crew try and clean-up the mess.
    Image     Photo of a train that derailed in St. Marys in the 1930s. A crowd can be seen sitting up on the hill watching the crew try and clean-up the mess.
  • Train derailment
    Image       Photo of a train that derailed in St. Marys in the 1930s. People can be seen watching the progress of the clean-up by the crew.
    Image     Photo of a train that derailed in St. Marys in the 1930s. People can be seen watching the progress of the clean-up by the crew.
  • C.P.R. Station
    Image       This is a photograph of the old C.P.R. station that used to be located on Water Street along what is now the Riverview Walkway. The station was built in 1913 and was complete with ticket and freight offices, waiting rooms and telegraph service. It was built for the Canadian Pacific ...
    Image     This is a photograph of the old C.P.R. station that used to be located on Water Street along what is now the Riverview Walkway. The station was built in 1913 ...
  • Water Tower at the St. Marys Junction
    Image       This is a photograph of the water tower that was once located at the Junction Station in St. Marys. While the Junction Station building still stands, it was once one of several structures located at the St. Marys Junction. One of those structures was this water tower. The tower was ...
    Image     This is a photograph of the water tower that was once located at the Junction Station in St. Marys. While the Junction Station building still stands, it was once one ...
  • Train Under the Queen Street Overpass
    Image       "C.N. 5548 Train # 29 St. Marys, Ont. Dec. 31, 1958"
    Image     "C.N. 5548 Train # 29 St. Marys, Ont. Dec. 31, 1958"
  • St. Marys Junction Station
    Image       This is a photograph of the Junction Station in St. Marys. The Junction Station was built in 1858 from locally quarried limestone and was operational until January 1941 when the CNR terminated the building’s public function. At its pinnacle of activity in the 1860s and 70s, the Junction saw three ...
    Image     This is a photograph of the Junction Station in St. Marys. The Junction Station was built in 1858 from locally quarried limestone and was operational until January 1941 when the ...
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Railroad and St. Marys


It's thanks to the railway that St. Marys prospered the way it did in the beginning!