|Blue Sea Village, QC|
Rue Principale east side behind houses.
GPS 46.182602, -76.057243
|Flag stations from CP Orio and CP Ellard||Need picture|
130 du Village
|CP (PPJ) first Breckenridge station||Need to verify|
1911 Chemin de la Montagne
|CP second Breckenridge station||Need to verify|
|Burnet, QC||May still exist.|
169 rue Principale
GPS 45.648991, -74.640866
|CP (QMO) Calumet station disused|
Street View September 2011
|Cascades, QC||Moved to Cross Farm The property on which the station is currently sited was sold to a developer, and the fate of this former station is not clear.|
|Clemow, QC - See Gracefield|
|Farm Point, QC|
Intersection of route 105 and Farm Point road, north east cormer behind white house
|CP Farm Point station used as storage||Need picture|
|Farm Point, QC|
17 Cross Loop Rd off Rte 5, behind farm house among buildings.
GPS 45.597877, -75.901635
|CP Cascades station used as storage||Need picture|
Plunkett Rd. behid a house across from side of church
GPS 45.740876, -75.908636
|CP Lordsvale station moved from original site to a point west of hwy 105.|
The actual Farrelton station - a section foreman's house - is gone
Lordsvale station Photo by Bruce Ballantyne
111-113 rue St-Charles on highway 148
|CP Fassett station moved east of original site and north of tracks, private residence||In 1998 Railway station guide.|
|Gatineau, Hull, QC|
199 Rue Montcalme at railway crossing on south side of crossing.
GPS 45.430710, -75.729316
|HCW Hull station, in situ, built for the opening of the HCW in July 1992, then became a restaurant (the Laurier sur Montcalme) when HCW operations were cut back to the Hull shop area two years later, disused.|
Street View May 2015
From Gracefield on to Blue Sea Lake road then 3.6 km to rue de Lac Paquin then 4 km to Gracefield Camp. Station at back of clearing
|CP Clemow station, camp building used for arts and crafts.|
Photo by Bruce Ballantyne
351 Chemin Mark, south of Gracefield and west of hwy 105
GPS 46.051417, -76.098639
Perras station, moved from original location and next to a farmhouse.
F.W. Perras was mayor of Gracefield (1913-1918 and 1923-1926).|
Photo by Bruce Ballantyne October 2015
South on Bethane off rue Principale (route 158) to Berry Street, west on Berry
|CP Lachute station in situ.|
Street View Aug 2011
46 Rue Water
CN (CNoR/GN) Lachute station
GPS 45.658537, -74.335444
Claude Martel, Quebec Railways Historical Research Institute.
Thanks to Gerry Gaugl.
In Luskville between highway 148 and a house on 'du Village'. Moved from mp 18.1 Waltham subdivision, in a farmers wooded fiels east of Luskville off highway 146. Used as a granary.
Pictures taken by Bruce Chapman on November 9, 2003
Route 148 and Scotch Road (west of Lachute)
|CP Marelan station, unused, in situ||In 1998 Railway station guide|
GPS 45.547178, -75.417498
|QG (CP/QMO&O) station, disused?|
Street View July 2014
Mohr flag station moved from original location
GPS 45.5530444, -76.1020278
Google Streetview September 2012
CP Montebello 1931 log cabin style station now used as the Montebello Tourist Office/ Bureau d'information touristique de Montebello.
Next to Chocomotive
|Montebello, QC||Original CP 1877 Montebello station, used for storage and garage||In 1998 Railway station guide but may not now exist.|
On river front, near original site off highway 148, 4 km west of Luskville
|CP (PPJ) Parker station, private residence.|
|Patterson, QC||CP Patterson station near Larrimac, moved from original site||In 1987 Guide. May be gone|
8110 O'Reilly Road
CP Quyon station, moved from original site on Monday 20 October 1980 and used as a dwelling.
Left Quyon station at original location Right Quyon station after being moved, 1982. (Pat Brennan collection)
From the Ottawa Citizen 20 October 1980
Man buys railway station A moving experience
For a dollar, Ottawa consultant Stephen Bancroft bought a chunk of history that no one else wanted. All he had to do was move it.
The century-old, two-storey, CPR Quyon train station, about 45 kilometres northwest, of Ottawa, hadn't been used for about four years and was destined for demolition until Bancroft noticed it a few months ago.
Bancroft and CPR officials had no trouble making a deal. Canadian Pacific wanted to clear the land and the 46-year-old Bancroft wanted a place for a bar and social facilities for his planned country retreat in Onslow.
But there was a catch he had to move the 12-by-16 metre building by trailer and it was going to cost more than $7,500. And today was to be moving day.
Bancroft, a police escort and hydro crews were to make the 15-km; trek along Wolf Lake Road to his 750 acres of land in Onslow at 9 a.m.
By 10, Bancroft hoped Pontiac County residents would go easy on their electricity. At peak times the 110,000-watt main power line that crosses the road drops by more than 30 centimetres 30 centimetres: too many for his load to fit underneath.
Saturday, when he first put the station on the trailer a half-metre thick steel beam snapped in half.
"Every cent I own has gone into my dream," he said Sunday.
Renovations to the old station will cost him more than $20,000.
"I always wanted a train station, I almost bought one a few years ago but my wife didn't want me to."
Shawville Exhibition Grounds
GPS 45.603649, -76.487226
|CP (PPJ) Shawville station|
Malcolm Vant photo 2009
Chemin Gare, 100m west off route 105
GPS 45.868822, -76.023789
|CP Venosta station in situ.|
Photo by Stu Moxley August 2015
Rue Principale, Wakefield
GPS 45.639241, -75.928992
|CP Wakefield station, in situ, restaurant. Pot au Feu|
Photo by Stu Moxley August 2015