Parry Sound Station Gallery, Parry Sound, Ontario
Many of the old train stations have been moved or torn down, but this one built in 1907 has survived the decades but not as as it was originally intended as a Canadian Pacific Railway station.
In a former transformation it was a VIA Rail station for passengers traveling across all or part of Canada between 1978 and 1990.
Photo hanging inside the gallery
Then it lay dormant for 10 years before being reinvented as the Parry Sound Station Gallery.
Railway station now an art gallery
Since 2005 the tracks that pass by this gallery are used by all trains (Canadian Pacific Railway, Canadian National Railway and VIA Rail) heading west. And they travel over the viaduct I posted last week seen HERE.
FYI: Those heading easterly use the Canadian National tracks on the other side of town.
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