Railroad tracks in Uptown Waterloo
Description
Creator
Little, Ellis, Photographer
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Slides
Description
View looking west along the railroad tracks. The former train station can be seen on the right, and the Roschman Button Factory on the left. In the background the Uptown Parkade can be seen with the "Now Open" banner.
Notes
Original wooden train station built circa 1877. This station replaced it in 1910 and was in use until 1934. Currently operates as a retail space. It was declared a designated historical building by Waterloo in 1995.

The Uptown Parkade opened in November 1993.
Date of Original
[ca.1994]
Subject(s)
Local identifier
Local History Slide collection
Geographic Coverage
  • Latitude: 43.464671 Longitude: -80.520628
Copyright Statement
To obtain a copy of this photograph and for terms of use please contact the Waterloo Public Library.
Contact
Waterloo Public Library
Email:askus@wpl.ca
Website:
Agency street/mail address:

35 Albert Street, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, N2L 5E2

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Railroad tracks in Uptown Waterloo


View looking west along the railroad tracks. The former train station can be seen on the right, and the Roschman Button Factory on the left. In the background the Uptown Parkade can be seen with the "Now Open" banner.