Sudbury railway station (Ontario)

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Sudbury
Sudbury CP Station.JPG
Location 233 Elgin St., Sudbury, ON
Canada
Coordinates 46°29′15″N 80°59′32″W / 46.48750°N 80.99222°W / 46.48750; -80.99222Coordinates: 46°29′15″N 80°59′32″W / 46.48750°N 80.99222°W / 46.48750; -80.99222
Owned by Via Rail
Platforms 1 side platform
Tracks 1
Construction
Structure type Manned station building
Parking Free with permit
Services
Preceding station   VIA Rail Canada simplified.svg Via Rail   Following station
toward White River
Sudbury–White River Terminus

Sudbury railway station is located in downtown Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. This historic station built in 1907 is one of the two Via Rail stations in Sudbury, the other, being Sudbury Junction on the outskirts of the city. This station is the eastern terminus of Via's Sudbury – White River train.

The station is also expected to become the new home of the Sudbury Farmer's Market in 2013, following the 2012 purchase of the former Market Square by the Northern Ontario School of Architecture.[1]

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