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  • Grand Trunk Railway Burlington Junction GTR station at Freeman, 1917
    Grand Trunk Railway Burlington Junction GTR station at Freeman, 1917
    image  September 1917,     An original photograph; also a laser print.
    image  September 1917,   An original photograph; also a laser print.
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Grand Trunk Railway Burlington Junction station at Freeman, ca 1910
    Grand Trunk Railway Burlington Junction station at Freeman, ca 1910
    image  ca 1910     Built after a fire destroyed the first Freeman Station in 1904, the Freeman / Burlington Junction Station was operated by CNR (from 1923) and VIA until October 1988, when passenger facilities were removed to the GO Station on Fairview Street. Removed from its original site in 2006 to await a ...
    image  ca 1910   Built after a fire destroyed the first Freeman Station in 1904, the Freeman / Burlington Junction Station was operated by CNR (from 1923) and VIA until October 1988, when passenger ...
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Baskets and crates of fruit on the platform at the Burlington GTR Station in Freeman, ca 1920
    Baskets and crates of fruit on the platform at the Burlington GTR Station in Freeman, ca 1920
    image  ca 1920,     A print from a negative in the National Archives of Canada.John Boyd (1865-1941), amateur photographer, railway official. Born Emyvale, Ireland, 1865-12-22. His family emigrated to Toronto in the late 1860s. Flourished Toronto, 1870s-1941. Boyd worked for both the Grand Trunk Railway and Canadian National Railways, which gave him opportunities for ...
    image  ca 1920,   A print from a negative in the National Archives of Canada.John Boyd (1865-1941), amateur photographer, railway official. Born Emyvale, Ireland, 1865-12-22. His family emigrated to Toronto in the late 1860s. ...
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Fruit harvest in Glover baskets, loaded on horse-drawn wagons waiting for the fruit train at  the Burlington GTR Station in Freeman, ca 1920
    Fruit harvest in Glover baskets, loaded on horse-drawn wagons waiting for the fruit train at the Burlington GTR Station in Freeman, ca 1920
    image  ca 1920,     A print from a negative in the National Archives of Canada.John Boyd (1865-1941), amateur photographer, railway official. Born Emyvale, Ireland, 1865-12-22. His family emigrated to Toronto in the late 1860s. Flourished Toronto, 1870s-1941. Boyd worked for both the Grand Trunk Railway and Canadian National Railways, which gave him opportunities for ...
    image  ca 1920,   A print from a negative in the National Archives of Canada.John Boyd (1865-1941), amateur photographer, railway official. Born Emyvale, Ireland, 1865-12-22. His family emigrated to Toronto in the late 1860s. ...
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Barrels of apples being loaded into a refrigerated boxcar at Freeman Station, ca 1920
    Barrels of apples being loaded into a refrigerated boxcar at Freeman Station, ca 1920
    imagecomment  1920     A print from a negative in the National Archives of Canada.John Boyd (1865-1941), amateur photographer, railway official. Born Emyvale, Ireland, 1865-12-22. His family emigrated to Toronto in the late 1860s. Flourished Toronto, 1870s-1941. Boyd worked for both the Grand Trunk Railway and Canadian National Railways, which gave him opportunities for ...
    imagecomment  1920   A print from a negative in the National Archives of Canada.John Boyd (1865-1941), amateur photographer, railway official. Born Emyvale, Ireland, 1865-12-22. His family emigrated to Toronto in the late 1860s. ...
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Grand Trunk Railway Burlington Junction station at Freeman, ca 1910
    Grand Trunk Railway Burlington Junction station at Freeman, ca 1910
    imagemystery  ca 1910,     Built after a fire destroyed the first Freeman Station in 1904, the Freeman / Burlington Junction Station was operated by CNR (from 1923) and VIA until October 1988, when passenger facilities were removed to the GO Station on Fairview Street. Removed from its original site in 2005
    imagemystery  ca 1910,   Built after a fire destroyed the first Freeman Station in 1904, the Freeman / Burlington Junction Station was operated by CNR (from 1923) and VIA until October 1988, when passenger ...
    Burlington Historical Society
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