Windsor Station built between 1888-1924 for Canadian Pacific Railway in Romanesque Revival Architecture.
Designated National Historic Site of Canada, 1975.
Instrumental in transporting thousands of immigrants in their journey as Canadian Citizens. The railway along with Confederation was considered a national dream by the Canadian Government. The passenger services were assumed by Via Rail in 1978.
CP Holiday Train runs during the Holiday Season, covers 50 stops in Canada and the United States.
In 2017, the CP Canada 150 Train travelled from Port Moody to Ottawa to celebrate ‘Canada’s 150 year of Confederation’.
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Windsor Station – National Historic Site of Canada, 1975
Montreal Windsor Station opened in 1889 and was home to the Canadian Pacific Railway.
Instrumental in transporting thousands of immigrants in their journey as Canadian Citizens, the Railway along with Confederation was considered a National Dream by the Canadian Government. Today the passenger services are handled by Via Rail Canada.
Built in Romanesque Revival style the walls are made with grey limestone from a local quarry. The Station was designated as a Heritage Railway Station (Canada) 1975 and Cultural Monument of Quebec in 2009.