|Sidings:||87 (Eastward Track)|
|89 (Westward Track)|
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*No. 19 Flag stop at Brighton ... Sundays.
|1870-12-03||Freight train no. 15, failing to receives orders to meet no. 10—the
Merchant Express—at Brighton, collides head-on with the latter four miles west of the station at the
Dangerskilling 3, destroying 18 cars and two locomotives. R.W. Ward, station agent at Brighton, had been working for 9 consecutive days and nights after the former station agent as arrested for embezzlement despite repeated requests to the Toronto office for assistanceThe Woodstock Sentinel, Friday, December 9, 1870, p. 2.
|1921-08-23||G.T.Ry. authorized to build connection to Canadian National Rys. in BrightonB.R.C. 31414.|
|1923-08-08||C.N.Rys. opens connection to Deseronto Subdivision at BrightonNorthern Ontario Railroad Museum & Heritage Centre website.|