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The Freeman Station, now owned by the City of Burlington, is the only building in the city whose historical and architectural significance has been recognized not only locally, but also provincially, by the Ontario Ministry of Culture, and nationally, by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada. This is Burlington’s only surviving Grand Trunk …

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    The Freeman Station, now owned by the City of Burlington, is the only building in the city whose historical and architectural significance has been recognized not only locally, but also provincially, by the Ontario Ministry of Culture, and nationally, by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada. This is Burlington’s only surviving Grand Trunk &hellip;
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    This is Burlingtons only surviving Grand Trunk Railway station, following the loss of the Aldershot GTR station. Now familiarly called the Freeman Station , after the hamlet in which it was built, it was formerly signed the Burlington Junction or Burlington West Station. It is the mandate of the Friends of the Freeman Station group to. Restore the station and oversee its ongoing preservation, including seeking official heritage designation. Engage in fundraising activities to secure goods, services and.
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    The Freeman Station, now owned by the City of Burlington, is the only building in the city whose historical and architectural significance has been recognized not only locally, but also provincially, by the Ontario Ministry of Culture, and nationally, by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada. This is Burlington’s only surviving Grand Trunk &hellip;

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