CNR - Stations - Designating Numbers (Jul 24/Jul 27)

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS:
This reference book of Canadian National Railways stations (effective July 1, 1924, revised July 1, 1927) has been generously contributed to this website by Ralph Beaumont. This book was donated to Ralph by Mr. Art Downing, son of Archibald Mariner Downing, whose name and “ex libris” stamp appear on the inside of the cover.
Great uncle A.S. Downing (trainman) on the left, grandfather Archibald Tupper Downing (conductor) on the right. Courtesy "Shadows of the Past" by the Albert County Historical Society Inc. (p 98) Collection: B. Morrissey

Great uncle A.S. Downing (trainman) on the left, grandfather Archibald Tupper Downing (conductor) on the right. Courtesy "Shadows of the Past" by the Albert County Historical Society Inc. (p 98) Collection: B. Morrissey

Mr. Downing Sr., a trainman, and his father (Archibald Tupper Downing, a conductor) and uncles participated in the operation of the branch line "Salisbury & Albert Railway" which ran a daily train service in Albert County N.B. - a real family affair. Mr. Downing Sr. took great pride in a unique complete set of railway union membership pins, one for each 5 years of membership through to age 65, that was donated to the New Brunswick Railway Museum [yes you have guessed it, right in Hillsborough in Albert County, N.B.], some years ago.
 
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STATION NUMBER ALLOCATION BY DISTRICT - AND INDEX:
Notes: Agency Stations are indicated in bold type.
The CNR was organized into Regions, then Districts, then Divisions and Subdivisions. See the CNR Index at pages 3 and 4.

Cover: Page 1
INDEX: Pages 3 and 4

Atlantic Region:
Maritime: 1 to 1999 - Pages 5 to 20

Central Region:
Quebec and Montreal: 2000 to 3185 - Pages 21 to 30
Northern Ontario Capreol: 3186 to 3231 - Pages 30 to 31
Southern Ontario Toronto Terminals: 3232 to 3249 - Page 31
Northern Ontario Capreol cont'd and Hornepayne: 3250 to 3699 - Pages 31 to 34
Southern Ontario Belleville: 3700 to 3899 - Pages 34 to 36

Montreal Ottawa cont'd, Northern Ontario Capreol cont'd,
Montreal Portland, Quebec Lévis cont'd, Montreal Portland cont'd, Montreal Terminals cont'd,
St. Lawrence: 3900 to 4499 - Pages 37 to 41

Southern Ontario: Belleville and Toronto Terminals cont'd: 4500 to 4799 - Pages 42 to 44
Northern Ontario: Allandale: 4800 to 4979 - Pages 44 to 46
Southern Ontario: Stratford, London, St. Thomas: 4980 to 5499 - Pages 44 to 52

Western Region:
D.W. & P. Ry: 6000 to 6199 - Page 53
Manitoba: 6200 to 7126 - Pages 54 to 62
Saskatchewan: Melville Division: 7127 to 7134 - Page 62
Manitoba cont'd: 7135 to 7399 - Pages 62 to 65
Saskatchewan: Melville Division cont'd: 7400 to 7584 - Pages 65 and 66
Alberta: Edmonton Division: 7585 to 7588 - Pages 66 and 67
Saskatchewan: Melville Division cont'd: 7589 to 7596 - Page 67
Alberta: Edmonton Division cont'd: 7597 to 7649 - Page 67
Saskatchewan: 7650 to 8399 - Pages 67 to 73
Alberta: Edmonton Division cont'd: 8400 to 8699 - Pages 74 to 76
Alberta: Calgary and Edson Divisions: 8700 to 9249 - Pages 80 to 85
British Columbia: 9250 to 9999 - Pages 80 to 85. 

Alphabetical List: Pages 86 to 156.
Junction stations and Connections: Pages 157 to 176.  
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