C.N.Rys. Hespeler

Station: Hespeler
Subdivision: Fergus
Mileage: 22.33
Symbols: ..
Train Order: DN
Office Signals: HE
Sidings: ..
Other Tracks: 44
Location: Guelph Avenue
Cambridge
(County, Township)
HSMBC Report: RSR-306
Designation / Year: Negative / 1997
Date Image Notes
1910c
TRL
G.T.Ry. station.
1900c
Paul Langan
G.T.Ry. station.
1942c
John Fisher / HHRSA website
C.N.Rys. station.
  • Mildred Fisher (nee Pyrah) at Hespeler Station.
1955-09
HHRSA website
C.N.Rys. station.
  • Mail and express is exchanged at Hespeler as the engineer looks back awaiting the highball to start train 173 on its way to the next stop at Guelph. September 1955.
1957c
HHRSA website
C.N.Rys. station.
  • Spectators await Queen Elizabeth II's royal visit on its way through Hespeler. Flags and a fresh coat of paint were added to the station in honour of the occasion.
1957c
HHRSA website
CNR station.
  • Queen Elizabeth II arrives in Hespeler. She waves from the back of the train while the RCMP officer watches over the situation.
1997
Murray Peterson photo
North (track) elevation of station.
1997
Murray Peterson photo
Detail of metal light support, track-side elevation.
1997
Murray Peterson photo
Looking north through main door showing the difference between platform and floor levels.
1997
Murray Peterson photo
West and trackside (north) façades of station.
1997
Murray Peterson photo
East and townside (south) façades of station.
1997
Murray Peterson photo
Operators bay window, north façades.
1997
Murray Peterson photo
Interior hallway.
1997
Murray Peterson photo
Office, looking into bay window and station master's desk.
1997
Murray Peterson photo
Waiting room and arched ticket counter doorway.
1997
Murray Peterson photo
Detail of pressed-metal cladding on walls and ceiling.
1997
Murray Peterson photo
Office, looking west into baggage/freight area.
1997
Murray Peterson photo
Looking east from station.
1997
Murray Peterson photo
Looking west from station.
Date Reference Railway Subject Description
1998 J.P. Smith C.N.Rys. Second station. Based on sketches by Brian D. Switzer