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ARNOLD MOONEY'S PHOTO  of the former CNoR (CN) Richmond Hill station begged the question of it's current status. After being moved to Elgin Mills Road upon it's retirement it was still serving as a clubhouse for the Richmond Hill Soccer Club. Despite the crappy spring weather, it still looked to be in decent shape. Of course, it now seems out of place as the vastly populated City continues to grow, and the surrounding lands that were once fields have now become 'surburbia'.
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Caption: ARNOLD MOONEY'S PHOTO of the former CNoR (CN) Richmond Hill station begged the question of it's current status. After being moved to Elgin Mills Road upon it's retirement it was still serving as a clubhouse for the Richmond Hill Soccer Club. Despite the crappy spring weather, it still looked to be in decent shape. Of course, it now seems out of place as the vastly populated City continues to grow, and the surrounding lands that were once fields have now become 'surburbia'.

Photographer:
Todd Steinman [208] (more) (contact)
Date: 03/05/2011 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: Preservation (search)
Train Symbol: Preservation (search)
Subdivision/SNS: ex-CNoR station (search)
City/Town: Richmond Hill (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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2 Comments
  1. I was there yesterday. It hasn’t changed much.

  2. ‘Different’ paint job, too. All these places would make such nice homes. I visualize sitting at my “office” at the bay window watching the girls go by and not getting any work done. :o )

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