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County of Grey



Priceville CPR Railway Station
Photo: Rob Hughes


Station

Railroad

Current Location

Current Use

Date Built

Bldg Material

Condition

Notes

Ayton

CNR (GBLE 1881)

Moved, location unknown

Private residence

 

Frame

Unknown

Details unknown

Craigleith

CNR (TGBR 1872)

In situ on Hwy 26 within the community

Undergoing renovation to serve as an information centre

 

Frame

Excellent, retains many original features

Formally "The Depot" restaurant. Tracks removed, now multi-use Georgian Trail

Durham

CPR (WLR 1908)

Moved northeast to property on south side of Townsend Lake

Private residence

1908 CPR

Frame

Excellent, retains shape

 

Durham

CNR (GBWR 1881)

Moved northwest to property in Mulock

Private residence and banquet facility

1881 GBWR

Frame

Good, large building addition

 

Elmwood

CNR (GBLE 1881)

Moved to property on Concession Rd. 12 east of County Rd. 10

Private residence

 

Frame

Good, retains shape

Located past bridge, north side

Flesherton CPR (TGBR 1872) Moved to property on east side of County Rd. 2, just south of County Rd. 19 Stable/farm shed 1872 TGBR Frame (painted green Fair, in poor condition Dismantled from original location and reconstructed on current site

Henfryn

CNR (WGBR 1873)

Building dismantled, moved to nearby farm

Rebuilt as a drive shed

 

Frame

Does not resemble original structure

 

Markdale

CPR (TGBR 1873)

Moved to property, possibly on Irish Lake Rd. at corner of Lakeview Rd.

Private residence (farm)

1873 TGBR.

Frame, board & batten

Fair, additions to front and rear (retains tuscan red)

Original building, second station demolished

McNaught

CPR (GGR 1907)

Moved to property near Moncton

Storage shed

CPR

Frame

 

Details unknown

Neustadt

CNR (GBLE 1881)

Moved to property west of town (Helwig)

Hunting camp

1881 GBLE

Frame

Unknown

Building may have burned

Owen Sound

CNR (GTR 1884)

In situ at 1155 1st Ave West in town

Renovated as Owen Sound Marine & Rail Museum and tourist information centre

1932 CNR

Brick

Excellent, well maintained

Station closed 1970, tacks removed, museum opened in 1985

Owen Sound

CPR (TGBR 1873)

In situ on 1st Ave East in town

Currently vacant

1946 CPR

Brick

Good, in need of repair

Tracks removed. RSR- (designated 1995)

Priceville

CPR (WLR 1908)

Moved to property on Kincardine St. off County Rd. 4

Private residence

1908 CPR

Frame

Good, retains original shape

 

Thornbury

CNR (NGR 1872)

Moved to property at King St and Elma St

Private residence

 

Frame

 

Details unknown


Notes:

Markdale (second station): Originally relocated to land on Irish Lake Road where the building collapsed from neglect in 1999.

Last Updated: April 2010

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