Canadian Pacific - Billings
|A station, known as Exhibition Landing, was first built at Billings in August 1875 by the St. Lawrence and Ottawa Railway for passengers travelling to the Ottawa Exhibition. A siding was also put in to unload freight and livestock for to the Exhibition. That year the Exhibition started on Monday 20 September and all trains stopped at Billings. Initially, it is possible that it was a temporary station. (Ottawa Journal - 19 August, 14 & 20 September, 1875 and Ottawa Citizen 18 September, 1875).|
|Board of Transport order 103638
of 1/30/61 authorized CPR to
remove the station shelter at Billings Avenue, mile. 2.1.Sussex Street
sub. The station was in
the north east quadrant of the crossing with Billings Avenue as shown
on the plan.
Latterly the shelter was a stopping place for mixed trains 592 and 593 only. This part of the Sussex Street sub. was abandoned on 17 July 1966.
Updated 14 April 2023