(Toronto) Exhibition

Station: Exhibition, a.k.a. Dufferin StreetWhite-J, p. 163
Subdivision: Oakville
Mileage: 2.39
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Location: Toronto
(York County)
Date Event

Five Trains Due Tonight, Tuesday

Five troop trains carrying army personnel and one with R.C.A.F. members are scheduled to reach the Exhibition grounds this evening and tomorrow morning.

Train 199, at 5 o'clock this afternoon, and Train 197, at 6.30, will bring returned soldiers for M.D. No. 2 from the Empress of Scotland. This will include 435 Toronto men.

At 10.15 this evening six Toronto nurses and 279 soliders who arrived on the Cameronia will reach here on Train 193; and at 7 a.m. Tuesday about 50 army personnel from the Duchess of Bedford are due.

One hundred and nine airmen, of whom 47 are from Toronto, from the Empress of Scotland, will arrive at the Union staton at 9.45 this evening.

Toronto Daily Star, Sept. 10, 1945]

Hospital Train Arrives Tuesday

Train 213 bearing sick and wounded from the "Lady Nelson" that docked at Halifax on Saturday, will arrive at the Pure Food Building in the Exhibition grounds at 7 a.m. Teusday. Aboard will be 114 army personnel for this district of which 41 are Toronto men.

Toronto Daily Star, Sept. 17, 1945]
1954-10-18/1954-10-29 In the aftermath of Hurricane Hazel CNR operates shuttle service between Port Credit and ExhibitionThe Globe and Mail (Toronto), Monday, October 18, 1954, p. 1 & Saturday, October 30, 1954, p. 5.