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A view of the Niagara Falls station and freight yards taken around 1910. View is looking south east. The corner of the roundhouse can be seen on the left edge of the image.

This image is from a post card entitled “G.T.R. Yards and Station, Niagara Falls, Canada.” Published by F.H. Leslie, Niagara Falls, Canada as design #1529. It is postmarked September 8, 1910.1910 - NRM Collection
A view looking west along Bridge St, showing NS&T track running along Bridge Street as well as the track that ran along the south side of the station. This image is from a post card entitled “Bridge Street and G.T.R. Station, Niagara Falls, Canada” published by Rumsey & Co., 1528 Queen St. West, Toronto, Canada , #236674. It is postmarked December 24, 1913.1913 - NRM Collection
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This Grand Trunk steel caboose was used in Niagara Falls for a few years as a rider van for the yard job. After an attempt was made by the NFRM to save the van, it was scrapped in early 2006. The NFRM managed to save the one remaining builders plate for the collection.Ken Jones Jr.When CN was short on power they managed to pick up extra locomotives from sister lines, and Grand Trunk power was frequent in Niagara during this time. Here, GP9 4910 sits on the shop track at Niagara Falls, Ont.April 28, 1972 - NRM Collection

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