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  • Tracks in the snow on the CPR line
    Image       Colour photo showing railway tracks on the CPR line near the St. Marys Cement Plant.
    Image     Colour photo showing railway tracks on the CPR line near the St. Marys Cement Plant.
  • CNR Train entering St. Marys on the Sarnia bridge
    Image       Colour photo showing a train crossing over the frozen Thames River on the Sarnia railway bridge. This photo was taken on December 12, 1989, just a few days before the Sarnia line was closed.
    Image     Colour photo showing a train crossing over the frozen Thames River on the Sarnia railway bridge. This photo was taken on December 12, 1989, just a few days before the ...
  • 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.
  • Train heading out of St. Marys via the Sarnia Bridge
    Image       Colour photo showing a train heading out of St. Marys via the Sarnia bridge. This photo was taken on December 12, 1989, just a few days before the Sarnia line was closed. The Sarnia railway bridge is now part of a walking trail.
    Image     Colour photo showing a train heading out of St. Marys via the Sarnia bridge. This photo was taken on December 12, 1989, just a few days before the Sarnia line ...
  • London Bridge
    Image       This photo captures a passenger train crossing London Bridge with a view of Widder Street in the background. It was entered by Glen Spearin into the Heritage Week Contest in 1989.
    Image     This photo captures a passenger train crossing London Bridge with a view of Widder Street in the background. It was entered by Glen Spearin into the Heritage Week Contest in ...
  • "St. Marys West" sign and Allied
    Image       Colour showing the "ST MARYS WEST" sign on the railroad line as well as the Allied building (former Maxwell building) and the water tower.
    Image     Colour showing the "ST MARYS WEST" sign on the railroad line as well as the Allied building (former Maxwell building) and the water tower.
  • 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.
  • Thames River and Sarina Bridge
    Image       This image shows the Thames River with the Sarnia bridge in the background. The bridge was built after it was announced that the Grand Trunk Rail Line was going to come through St. Marys. The first train crossed the bridge in November 1859. By the time this photo was taken ...
    Image     This image shows the Thames River with the Sarnia bridge in the background. The bridge was built after it was announced that the Grand Trunk Rail Line was going to ...
  • London railway bridge, 1984
    Image       Photo showing the London railway bridge going over Trout Creek. We are looking south up to St. George Street and can see the water tower in the distance. A little walking bridge can be seen going over Trout Creek as well.
    Image     Photo showing the London railway bridge going over Trout Creek. We are looking south up to St. George Street and can see the water tower in the distance. A little ...
  • 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.
  • VIA Station (CN), 1984
    Image       Photo showing the VIA Station (CN station) before work was done to restore it.
    Image     Photo showing the VIA Station (CN station) before work was done to restore it.
  • Looking north long the Thames River, 1984
    Image       View of St. Marys looking north along the Thames River (summer, 1984). The Queen Street bridge is out as it is being repaired and the Sarnia railway bridge can be seen far off in the distance. The old railway tracks are still down by the river as well as the ...
    Image     View of St. Marys looking north along the Thames River (summer, 1984). The Queen Street bridge is out as it is being repaired and the Sarnia railway bridge can be ...
  • View of St. Marys looking north to the Sarnia Railway Bridge
    Image       Photo taken in 1984 showing the dam, the Sarnia railway bridge and the Flats can also be seen with cars parked around (now called Milt Dunnell Field).
    Image     Photo taken in 1984 showing the dam, the Sarnia railway bridge and the Flats can also be seen with cars parked around (now called Milt Dunnell Field).
  • VIA Station - 5 James Street North
    Image       Information printed on back: VIA train 663 slows to a stop at the fine St. Marys, Ontario station to entrain passengers for London, having just crossed Trout Creek on a long trestle. Although most trains on the Toronto-Stratford-London route are handled by RDC units, heavy traffic requires conventional trains such ...
    Image     Information printed on back: VIA train 663 slows to a stop at the fine St. Marys, Ontario station to entrain passengers for London, having just crossed Trout Creek on a ...
  • Train over London Bridge
    Image       This photo shows a train crossing London Bridge in the winter. The bridge was constructed after it was announced that the Grand Trunk Rail line would be expanding into St. Marys in 1857. The bridge opened in 1858, a year before the Sarnia bridge.
    Image     This photo shows a train crossing London Bridge in the winter. The bridge was constructed after it was announced that the Grand Trunk Rail line would be expanding into St. ...
  • Train over London Bridge
    Image       This photo shows a CN train going over the London bridge as seen from Station Street with Trout Creek also visible. The bridge was built in 1857 after it was announced that the Grand Trunk rail line would be expanding into the area. The first train crossed the bridge in ...
    Image     This photo shows a CN train going over the London bridge as seen from Station Street with Trout Creek also visible. The bridge was built in 1857 after it was ...
  • Train over London Bridge
    Image       This image shows a CN train passing over the London Bridge as viewed from Station Street. The London Bridge itself was constructed in 1857 after the opening of a new branch of the Grand Trunk rail line was announced. The first trains passed over the bridge in 1858 and the ...
    Image     This image shows a CN train passing over the London Bridge as viewed from Station Street. The London Bridge itself was constructed in 1857 after the opening of a new ...
  • Flooding on Tracks
    Image       This photograph looks north towards the Victoria Bridge and shows the flooding along the CPR tracks.
    Image     This photograph looks north towards the Victoria Bridge and shows the flooding along the CPR tracks.
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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!