July 1924, No. 317 Canadian Railway and Marine World (Toronto) Page 357, col. 2

Canadian National Railways construction, betterments, etc.


Huntsville station.—The new station at Huntsville, Ont., consists of a one story brick veneer structure on concrete foundations on the site of the old station. If is 95×34 ft., the accommodation consisting of a general waiting room 26×50 ft.; women's room and smoking room, each 15 3/4×19 ft., with lavatories adjoining; office, 14×15 ft., and baggage room, 14 x32 ft. Adjoining the station eastward is a new freight shed, which occupies the site of the old express shed, a new express shed being provided further east. The locomotive house is being demolished, to provide for track rearrangements, which includes the laying of a new track to the dock, on which a shed 300×15 ft. has been built.

Railways: C.N.Rys.

Stations: Huntsville