Cramahe Archives Digital Collection
Colborne Railroad Stations
People
Reproduction photograph, John Monroe Black, George I. Merriman, Ella Jane (Merriman) Black, unidentified young woman, and Hattie Edna (Black) Kerr at the Grand Trunk Railway Station / Canadian National Railway Station, Colborne
Reproduction photograph, John Monroe Black, George I. Merriman, Ella Jane (Merriman) Black, unidentified young woman, and Hattie Edna (Black) Kerr at the Grand Trunk Railway Station / Canadian National Railway Station, Colborne Details
A young girl standing in a doorway of the Grand Truck Railway Station / Canadian National Railway Station, Colborne
A young girl standing in a doorway of the Grand Truck Railway Station / Canadian National Railway Station, Colborne Details
Train stations were and are great hubs of activity with people and goods passing through their doors daily. These busy stations are transitory places and often filled with emotion as family and friends are welcomed and bid goodbye.
Colborne women modelling Miss Culver’s hats at the Grand Truck Railway Station, Colborne
Colborne women modelling Miss Culver’s hats at the Grand Truck Railway Station, Colborne Details
Colborne women modelling Miss Culver’s hats at the Grand Truck Railway Station, Colborne
Colborne women modelling Miss Culver’s hats at the Grand Truck Railway Station, Colborne Details
The train station was also regarded as an exciting place that was associated with travel, adventure and leisure. Such associations explain Miss Culver's decision to use the Colborne train station as a place to model the latest fashions in hats.
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