C.N.Rys. Southampton

Station: Southampton
Subdivision: Southampton
Mileage: 53.16
Symbols: C*KWY
Train Order: DN
Office Signals: MO
Sidings: Yard
Other Tracks: Yard
Yard Limits: 3,435 feet South of Station.

C* = Coal only.

Engine must not operate past boiler room of Fitton-Parker Furniture Co.

Date Event
1906-12-26 G.T.Ry. authorized to construct spur to W. C. Williams flour mill, Southampton2369.
1909-12-15 G.T.Ry. authorized to construct spur to Goderich Lumber Company, Southampton8923.
1909-12-27 G.T.Ry. authorized to construct spur to Bell Furniture Company, Southampton9066.
1954-10-16 Hurricane Hazel claims mixed train no. 329 (Palmerston to Southampton), which derails on rain-weakened tracks on outskirts of townThe Globe (Toronto), Saturday, October 16, 1954, p. 2.
Date Image Notes
n.d.
John Hardy
Second station.
n.d.
Dave Spaulding photo/Len Appleyard collection
Second station.
1978-06
Gene Burles photo
Second station.
Date Reference Railway Subject Description
n.d. NAC / Col. RG30M Acc. 78903/42 Item 578 Station. Street elevation.
n.d. NAC / Col. RG30M Acc. 78903/42 Item 579 Station. Ground plan.
n.d. NAC / Col. RG30M Acc. 78903/42 Item 58 Station. Track and end elevations.
1950c Bowers-1983, p. 58 C.N.Rys. Track plan. Shows location of abandoned spur to dock.
1953-10 Wilson-2001, p. 146 C.N.Rys. Station yard. Plan.