Stratford railway station (Ontario)
Current buildings, constructed by the GTR in 1913
|Location||101 Shakespeare St, Stratford, Ontario
|Owned by||Via Rail|
|Platforms||1 side platform, 1 island platform|
|Structure type||Historic railway station|
|Previous names||Grand Trunk Railway|
Stratford station in Stratford, Ontario, Canada is served by four Via Rail trains daily running between Sarnia, London and Toronto. The station, though outside the immediate downtown area, is relatively central. The station building is wheelchair accessible. VIA accommodates wheelchair access into the trains provided 48 hours' notice.
Towards London, westbound VIA train 85 stops at 13:09 & westbound VIA train 87 stops at 19:55. Towards Toronto, eastbound VIA train 84 stops at 08:40 & eastbound VIA train 88 stops at 21:05.
Two structures remain that were built in 1913 by the Grand Trunk Railway (GTR): a two-storey, brick-clad, railway station building, and a one-storey express building linked by an overhead canopy. The GTR merged into the Canadian National Railway in 1920. The station buildings were designated as a Heritage Railway Station in 1993.
- Via Rail Timetable June 2015: Toronto-London-Sarnia
- Former Canadian National Railways (VIA Rail) Station . Canadian Register of Historic Places. Retrieved March 2014.
- Melzer, Matt (23 April 2004). "Final Run of the Amtrak / VIA International". TrainWeb.org. Retrieved 4 August 2015.
From 1982, Amtrak and VIA Rail Canada had jointly operated the International train between Chicago and Toronto
Media related to Stratford Via Rail Station at Wikimedia Commons
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