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(the Burlington Junction Station of the Grand Trunk Railway)

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Located at 1285 Fairview Street, Burlington, ON — just East of the Burlington Fire Station. FOFS oval logo The Burlington Junction Station (a.k.a. “Freeman Station)”, now owned by the City of Burlington and being restored and managed by the Friends of Freeman Station, 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 Railway station, following the loss of the Aldershot GTR station. Now familiarly “the Freeman Station”, after the hamlet in which it stood, it was variously also signed the “Burlington Junction” or “Burlington West” Station. Click here to read more about our history


Latest News

FOFS display on Saturday Feb 6th @ Heritage Burlington

February 2, 2016

Friends of Freeman Station was at the Burlington Heritage Fair on Saturday, February 6th at the Burlington Public Library (Central).  We showed our incredible 1/24th scale model of the Burlington Junction Station as well as one of our model locomotives and several pieces of rolling stock….

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Freeman Station @ TH&B Model Train Show


We had a great time at the TH&B Model Train Show and flea market in Ancaster on Sunday, January 31st.  Thanks to Ken, Denny, John, and Alan for manning the FOFS booth and relating the story of our ongoing restoration of the 1906 Burlington Junction…

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FOFS volunteers’ booth at BMRC Winter Show

January 31, 2016

Thanks to Bob C., Gerry, Ken, Alan, and John — manned the Friends of Freeman Station information booth at the Burlington Model Railway Club’s Winter train show in Burlington.  Many interested folks stopped to say hello and offer their continued support for our restoration efforts….

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