Swastika railway station

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Swastika station from street
Location Corner Highway 66 & Cameron Street, Swastika, ON,
Coordinates 48°8′44″N 80°13′55″W / 48.14556°N 80.23194°W / 48.14556; -80.23194Coordinates: 48°8′44″N 80°13′55″W / 48.14556°N 80.23194°W / 48.14556; -80.23194
Owned by Ontario Northland Railway
Platforms 1
Tracks 2
Parking Yes
Opened 1908
  Former services  
Preceding station   Ontario Northland Railway   Following station
toward Cochrane
toward Toronto

Swastika railway station is located in the community of Swastika in Ontario, Canada. It was established in 1908, along the Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway which is now the Ontario Northland Railway line.[1]

It was a station stop for Northlander trains of Ontario Northland. That station is a fairly large building with former entrances on street and platform level but only a small waiting room off the platform is currently in passenger use. The indoor waiting room was once larger and featured a front desk and washrooms. Following the cancellation of the Northlander service in 2012, the station is now the bus stop location for Ontario Northland Motor Coach Services.



  1. ^ "Swastika". OntarioAbandonedPlaces.com. Retrieved 2010-08-08. 

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