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Location DB > Canada > Quebec > Calumet > Calumet Station
Calumet Station
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created by abacab on 12/28/2006 12:52 AM
last modified by abacab on 12/28/2006 12:59 AM
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 Basic Information
Type: Building
Status: Abandoned
Accessibility: Difficult
Recommendation: check it out if you're nearby
 Physical Information
Rue Principale
Calumet, Quebec
Owner: Quebec Gatineau Railway
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     Interesting Features
    Virtually identical to Masson-Buckingham Jct., this building sports some beautiful woodwork from a bygone era.
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  • wooden boarding
  •  Historical Dates
    Built: 1877
    Closed: 1981
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    Copied verbatim from the history of the Masson Buckingham Jct. station:

    The Quebec, Montreal and Ottawa Occidental Railway (QMO) had completed this station for the line's opening in 1877. The QMO was created to encourage more settlement in the Outaouais region located west of Montreal on the north shore of the Ottawa River. It later became part of the nation's first transcontinental railway, the Canadian Pacific, which had completed it's entire Montreal-Vancouver route in 1885.

    In 1898 the CPR built a shorter line between Ottawa and Montreal through Ontario, and this became the preferred route for transcontinental passenger trains. The large number of settlements and booming paper industry kept the formere QMO busy for many, many years.

    Finally in the VIA era, passenger trains were discontinued. The last passenger trains, self propelled diesel electric units, last called in November 1981. Prior to this VIA had 3 different routes between Ottawa and Montreal! Trains on the other two routes were combined to run on CNR's Alexandria Sub, where they continue to operate to this day, although VIA now owns the line outright.

    In 1997 the line was purchased by the Quebec and Gatineau Railway which now operates freight trains serving the paper industry of Hull, Gatineau, Buckingham, Thurso and Lachute.

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    December '06.
    Thu, Dec 28th, 2006
    posted by abacab
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    Juillet 2011
    Tue, Jul 26th, 2011
    posted by CGS7
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    This location's validation is current. It was last validated by Opheliaism on 7/26/2011 10:39 PM.

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  • on Jul 26 11 at 22:39, Opheliaism validated this location
  • on Jul 26 11 at 15:37, CGS7 updated gallery picture Calumet3.jpg
  • on Jul 26 11 at 15:37, CGS7 updated gallery picture Calumet2.jpg
  • on Jul 26 11 at 15:37, CGS7 updated gallery picture Calumet1.jpg
  • on Jul 26 11 at 15:37, CGS7 added some pictures to a gallery
  • on Jul 26 11 at 15:35, CGS7 created a new gallery
  • on Dec 28 06 at 17:38, Emperor Wang validated this location
  • on Dec 28 06 at 1:14, abacab updated gallery picture calumet 015.jpg
  • on Dec 28 06 at 1:13, abacab deleted picture 216642 from gallery December '06.
  • on Dec 28 06 at 1:13, abacab updated gallery picture calumet 013.jpg
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