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Restoring the 1906 Burlington Junction Station ("Freeman Station")
(Prints of most of the art work shown above available for donation to Friends of Freeman Station.)
The historic 1906 railway Station is being restored and managed by the non-profit FOFS volunteers — and no one is paid.*  Funding has been mostly from private and corporate sources, and your donations are 100% tax-deductible.  Please visit our “Events,” “FAQ’s,” and “History” pages, above.
* Friends of Freeman Station in agreement with the City of Burlington.  Now permanently relocated at 1285 Fairview Street, Burlington, ON — just East of the Burlington Central Fire Station)
Latest News

Are you receiving our emails?

February 25, 2017

Friends of Freeman Station (FOFS) frequently sends emails — typically, a couple of times a month — to our members and friends to update you on Station restoration progress and related happenings.   Some volunteers have indicated they’re not receiving these.  If you haven’t been…

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Help us apply for a Neighbourhood Matching Fund grant

February 12, 2017

One requirement is that we provide indications of support from our “community” — the more, the better. We are proposing certain landscape improvements to be accomplished in time for Canada Day / Canada 150 including the construction of portable standing and display modules.  Their purpose is…

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Volunteers needed! Please consider helping…

February 7, 2017

As you know, the Friends of Freeman Station is (are?) a 100% volunteer group engaged in the rewarding endeavor of relocating, preserving and restoring the historic Burlington Junction railway station. The 1906 building was slated for demolition until FOFS ( Friends of Freeman Station) was formed…

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Video by Kevin Davies; photography by Bob Chambers, Bob Miller, Nikki Wesley, John Mellow, Joel Waterman, Denny Williams, Alan Harrington, Al Pettman and others (by permission)