The Canada Southern Station (CASO Station) was the largest of 31 railway stations built in Ontario during the 1870s by the Canada Southern Railway Company. The station was constructed between 1871-73.
The building’s grandeur was impressive. The 1882 publication Picturesque Canada reported that the station was “one of the finest in the Dominion, and reminds one of the large structures in Chicago and New York.”
Now the North America Railway Hall of Fame is the main part of the cultural space at the Canada Southern Station.
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