The Aultsville Train Station is a 19th-century wooden station, originally located in the lost village of Aultsville. It is the home to the Judy Neville British Home Child Museum about children who were sent to Canada as indentured labourers. Volunteers are on hand to answer questions, and artifacts and documents are also on display.
- Self-guided tours available
Contact info13740 County Road 2
ArchitectureYear built: 1866-89
Building type: Attraction Historical landmark Museum Transportation
Architect: Grand Trunk Railway