|Station:||Downsview, a.k.a. WestonBased on a ca. 1860 NRC time table, Weston was at Newmarket M7.8NRC-1860.|
|Sidings:||55 (M7.84 to M8.26, west of Main)Sidings history:
Other Tracks history:
|Location:||(York County, Township of North York)|
No. 45 will stop Mondays to Fridays inclusive at Downsview for exchange of mails.
|DateThe date when this station was renamed has not been established. It appears as Downsview in a ca. 1902 GTR time tableGTR-1902, pp. 31-32.||Event|
|1860-09-10||NRC operates special train for His Royal Highness, Albert, Prince of WalesWalker-1953, p. 8.|
|1869c||NRC constructs section tool house: 12'×14'×7', wood frame, shingle roofGTR.ND.1907, p. 152.|
|1884-08-08||Newmarket Era reports death of Lawrence Scully, a brakeman on the Northern Railway, after being hit by a train on August 1, 1884.|
|1891c||G.T.Ry. constructs shelter: 6'4"×6'4"×8', wood frame, shingle roofGTR.ND.1907, p. 152.|
|1896-02-25||Locomotive on southbound passenger throws both driving rods north of Downsview stationThe Evening Star (Toronto), Tuesday, February 25, 1896, p. 1, c. 2.|
|Flag stop shelter.
|1880c||NAC/NMC 78602||NRC||Passenger station/trackman's cottage.||Plan. Track and side elevations. Section.|
|1880c||NAC/NMC 98801||Variant of NAC/NMC 78602|