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History of Railway City


St.Thomas - The Railway City

  The railway has been a part of St. Thomas since the completion of the London and Port Stanley Railway in 1856. More than 26 railways passed through the city. St. Thomas was the fastest shortcut between Chicago and New York: two major railway cities. This provided the foundation for the birth of St. Thomas due to the provision of employment and, subsequently, the income to sustain the community. St. Thomas then became known as “Railway City”.

Railway City Sculpture  
The city boasts a significant collection of historic Railroad Buildings including the 1873 Canada Southern Railway Station and the 1913 Michigan Central Railroad repair shops which features The Elgin County Railway Museum.

CASO Station

Elgin County Railway Museum

Besides visiting our Railway City Brewery, you should also consider checking out all of the local wall murals throughout the City, or for the brave at heart visit Canada's First Elevated Park, located atop the former Michigan Central Railway Trestle at the west end of the city.

St.Thomas Elevated Park

Michigan Central Railway Trestle

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