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Acton Vale, Québec, Canada (Saint-André-d'Acton) - 1900 - Acton Vale railway station, built by the Grand Trunk Railway, opened in 1900
The Acton Vale Railway Station (Grand Trunk) expresses the development of the Grand Trunk Company railway in Quebec. The design of this building is based on a standard plan used by the Grand Trunk Railway Company to build several stations between 1895 and 1905 on the line connecting Montréal to Portland Maine. Formed in 1853, the Grand Trunk Railway Company became part of the Canadian National Railway Company after the latter was created in 1919.
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