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Wiarton Train Station

The Wiarton train station - thought to be one of six remaining stations in the country with original vaulted and geometrically patterned ceilings - has been designated for its architectural and cultural significance under the Ontario Heritage Act.

Built in 1904 by the Grand Trunk Railway, the station is considered to be an "exquisite" example of Queen Anne/Chateau style architecture and according to the chairman of the South Bruce Peninsula heritage committee, its value lies not only in its fanciful design, but also in its cultural contribution to the community.

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402 William Street, Wiarton, ON, N0H 2T0