Opened: O&NY opened in Ottawa in 1898
Facilities: coal, water, turntable, engine house, oil
Connections: Canadian Pacific Railway; Canadian Northern Ontario Railway (Canadian Northern Ry/Canadian National Ry)
When the O&NY began to operate into Ottawa, they first used CPR’s Sussex Street station; the station stop was then moved to a shelter on CPR’s Sussex Street line at St. Patrick Street Bridge; O&NY then received permission to use Central Station (then to Union Station when it opened); in 1941, O&NY/NYC moved out of Union to their freight building on Mann Avenue to use as a station.
Photographs: all from my collection