Library and Archives Canada RG 46 vol. 1529 file 21221 Station at Rideau
Canadian National Station at Rideau (near Kingston) Station Burned 16 December 1933.
16 December 1933 from CNR. Station building at Rideau completely destroyed by fire this morning. Telegraph lines went dead, yard engine sent out from Kingston to investigate and found the station completely destroyed.
Toronto Star 17 December 1933
Rail Station Razed
Foreman Jumps Through Window to Escape Flames
Kingston, Dec. 17. - Rideau station, about seven miles east of here on the Canadian National Railways, was destroyed by fire yesterday. The building was one-storey and contained a waiting room, baggage room and the living quarters of Freeman Murphy, section foreman. Fire broke out from an unknown cause and Murphy was forced to escape through a window.
Ottawa Journal 18 December 1933
Fire Destroys Rideau Station Near Kingston.
Kingston, Ont., Dec. 17 - Rideau Station, seven miled east of here on the Canadian national Railways, was destroyed by fire yesterday. The one-storey building contained waiting room, baggage room and the living quarters of freeman Murphy, section foreman.