Aultsville Train Station and Locomotive 1008

Aultsville Train Station and Locomotive 1008 (HM1JYB)

Location: , Ontario K0C 2G0 Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry United Counties
Country: Canada
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N 44° 56.4', W 75° 5.418'

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La Gare Aultsville et la Locomotive No. 1008

The St. Lawrence Pack Commission gratefully acknowledges the Save the Train Committee's contribution of time and effort to fundraise and assist with the joint restoration project of the Aultsville Train Station.
Aultsville Train Station and Locomotive 1008

Grand Trunk locomotive 1008 is an 8 wheeler 2-6-0 Mogul of the E10a class built in 1930 by the Canadian Locomotive Company (CLC) at Kingston, Ontario. Coach 3474 was retired in August 1957 and was soon after depated (sic) to the Ontario St. Lawrence Development Commission. The train stands on a section of the original Grand Trunk Railway track that was left in place at the time of the construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway in the 1950s.
The Aultsville Train Station was constructed between 1866 and 1889 for the Grand Trunk Railway Company. Originally located in Aultsville, one of the villages that were lost as a result of the flooding during the creation of the St. Lawrence Seaway, the station was donated to the St. Lawrence Parks Commission and relocated to its present location in the late 1950s.

La Commission des parcs du Saint-Laurent reconnait avec gratitude la contribution du comité de la sauvegarde du train en temps et en argent pour la collecte de fonds et l'aide apportée au projet de restauration de la gare Aultsville.
La Gare Aultsville et la Locomotive No. 1008

La locomotive 1008 au Grand-Trone est un «Mogul» 2-6-0 à huit roues de la classe E10a, construite en 1910 par la Canadian Locomotive Company (CLC) à Kingston, Ontario. La voiture-coach 3474 a été mise hors service au mois d'août 1957 et, peu après, fut donnée à l'Ontario-St. Lawrence Development Commission. Le train se trouve sur une partie de la voie ferrée originale du chemin de fer de Grand-Trone laissé en place au moment de la construction de la Voie maritime de Saint-Laurent dans les années 1950.
La gare Aultsville a été construite entre 1866 et 1889 pour la compagnie du chemin de fer du Grant-Trone. Originellement située à Aultsville, l'un des villages engloutis lors de le création de la Voie maritime du Saint-Laurent, le gare a été donnée à la Commission des parcs du Saint-Laurent et déménagée à son emplacement actuel vers la fin des années 1950.
Placed BySt. Lawrence Pack Commission
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Date Added Thursday, April 9th, 2015 at 10:02am PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)18T E 492875 N 4976289
Decimal Degrees44.94000000, -75.09030000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 44° 56.4', W 75° 5.418'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds44° 56' 24" N, 75° 5' 25.08" W
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Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling East
Closest Postal AddressAt or near Upper Canada Village, Ontario K0C 2G0, CA
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