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Canadian Pacific Railway Don Station

  The 1896 Canadian Pacific Railway Don station was originally located on the western bank of the Don River, south of Queen St. and was moved to Todmorden Mills in 1969. An important part of building preservation is an appreciation of the context in which the structure existed. Don Station has long lacked any railway context in its present location at Todmorden Mills. For years, the station was boarded up and not even open to the public. Relocation to Roundhouse Park will allow the Roundhouse Park Miniature Railway (RPMR) to replace this lost rail context. Passengers for the RPMR will be able to purchase tickets and board trains at the Don Station, effectively recreating the station's original function.

In Roundhouse Park, the Don Station serves as an initial contact point and reception area for visitors to the Toronto Railway Museum. The station contains the following elements:
  • A photographic and artifact display on the history of the station.
  • A model showing the station in its original location.
  • A recreation of the station operator's desk and ticket sales area.
  • A short video introducing visitors to the railway museum.
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