Uxbridge railway station, Uxbridge, Ontario
Since 1997, this station - owned and operated by the Township of Uxbridge - has been a ticket office and waiting area for the York-Durham Heritage Railway.
The station was built in 1904 when Uxbridge was a busy stop, several trains stopping every day carrying grain, lumber, livestock, and passengers, as well as items to be sold by local businesses.
Old trains that still run on a limited schedule
From June through October, the York-Durham Heritage Railway operates over 20 kilometres (12 miles) of track between Uxbridge and Stouffville, Ontario, an approximate two-and-a-half-hour journey.
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