Huntsville railway station
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Railway station at Huntsville on June 19, 2011
|Location||26 Burrow Pit Lane
|Owned by||Ontario Northland Railway|
Huntsville Railway Station is located in the town of Huntsville, Ontario.
It was a station stop for Northlander trains of Ontario Northland. However the station is no longer in use since the cessation of the Northlander passenger service. Ontario Northland services the community with motorcoach, however they do not use the original train station for passengers. Tracks and freight shed next to the station is still in use by CN Rail.
Huntsville is in the heart of Muskoka, known to Torontonians as "cottage country".
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