Sudbury Junction railway station

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Sudbury Junction
Location 2750 LaSalle Boulevard East
Sudbury, ON
Coordinates 46°31′27″N 80°54′06″W / 46.52417°N 80.90167°W / 46.52417; -80.90167Coordinates: 46°31′27″N 80°54′06″W / 46.52417°N 80.90167°W / 46.52417; -80.90167
Owned by Via Rail
Platforms 1
Tracks 1
Parking Free at owners risk
Disabled access Yes
Previous names Canadian National Railway
Preceding station   VIA Rail Canada simplified.svg Via Rail   Following station
toward Vancouver
toward Toronto

Sudbury Junction railway station is located in the city of Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.

It is the third station stop west of Toronto for the Canadian and is approximately 7 hours by train northwest of Toronto.

There is no connecting shuttle service between this station and the original Downtown Sudbury railway station, which serves as the eastern terminus of the Sudbury – White River train. As there is no Greater Sudbury Transit bus service either to this station, connecting passengers must use a local taxi service.

On-site ticket sales are not available at the Sudbury Junction station.

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