C.N.Rys. Parry Sound

Station: Parry Sound
Subdivision: Parry Sound Industrial Spur
Mileage: 0.60
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Date Event
1902-03-24 J.B.Ry. begins operating from Quebec Siding (junction with C.A.Ry.) to Parry SoundThe Globe (Toronto), Monday, March 24, 1902, pg. 7, col. 2. The C.N.O.Ry. opened a more direct route opened to Parry Sound on November 6, 1906.
1905-06-18 G.T.Ry. operates first train from Buffalo and Toronto to Parry Sound via the Scotia Junction to James Bay Junction section of the recently acquired C.A.Ry.The Globe (Toronto), Monday, June 19, 1905, p. 4. The C.N.O.Ry. opened a more direct route opened to Parry Sound on November 6, 1906.
1906-11-06 C.N.O.Ry. opens to Parry SoundStevens-1962, p. 56.
1925-10-01 C.N.Rys. authorized to close locomotive shops at Parry SoundB.R.C. order 36873.
Date Image Notes
1906-11-06
JPS collection
Postcard view first C.No.Ry. train from Toronto arriving at Parry Sound looking east along Great North Rd. Published by Phillips & Wrinch, Limited, Toronto.

Foley Historical Group
South elevation of C.No.Ry. Parry Sound station.
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CN Photo Collection / CSTM / Image 1153
Former C.No.Ry. Parry Sound station serving as C.N.Rys. freight shed on Parry Sound Industrial Spur after new station opened on Sudbury Subdivision.