Markham Village Train StationDigital Doors Open Markham
- Digital Doors Open
- Virtual tours
The restoration of this Toronto and Nipissing Railway station was the first major project of the Markham Village Conservancy. When the railway opened in 1871, the station became a busy commercial and industrial hub. The exterior has been restored to its c. 1910 appearance. The station continues to serve GO Transit commuters, and functions as a community centre. As part of Digital Doors Open, enjoy a virtual tour of this station below.
Contact info214 Main Street North
ArchitectureYear built: 1870
Dates/hours openMar 27, 06:46am - Mar 27, 06:46am
Part of Digital Doors Open Markham