Hornepayne railway station
|Hornepayne Railway Station
Via Rail (inter-city rail)
Passengers milling around the train at the station stop in Hornepayne.
|Owned by||Via Rail|
|Formerly||Canadian Northern Ontario Railway
Canadian National Railway
The station was established in 1913 by the Canadian Northern Ontario Railway as a divisional point and headquarters for the Superior Division, under the name Fitzbach railway station; its name was changed to Hornepayne around 1920. Until the arrival of the highway in the 1980s, the town was dependent on the railway for transportation of supplies into the community.
- "Hornepayne, Ontario (2003)". Communities. Canadian Railway Hall of Fame. Retrieved 2011-03-13.
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