Windsor station (Ontario)
Thu, 2019-Jun-27 01:43 UTC
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Windsor station is a train station in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. It is the western terminus of Via Rail's Quebec City–Windsor Corridor. It is located in the Walkerville neighbourhood adjacent to the Hiram Walker distillery, near the Detroit River. It is served by eight Via Rail trains that originate in Toronto.
On November 8, 2010, Via Rail unveiled the design for a new station building to replace the existing structure from the early 1960s. The new building was completed in September 2012 at a cost of C$5.3 million. The station was officially opened on November 16, 2012, with Stephen Fletcher from the Government of Canada and Yves Desjardins-Sciliano from VIA Rail present.
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