Memory Junction is a Designated Heritage Site located in Brighton's former CN Railway Station; it was originally built in 1857 a year after the Grand Trunk Railway line was opened from Toronto to Montreal in 1856. C.N.R. bought the Grand Trunk Station in 1918 and the Morrow building was built by the Morrow family which received by rail the first motor cars which were picked up by Ford dealers at the building from Oshawa to Brockville. There were approx 32 trains a day stopping thru that era.
The boarding car houses thousands of pictures of school classes and Brighton and area pictures. The Box car displays the best Apple Memorabilia in the area, there is also a 1913 wooden Caboose, a 1989 Velocipede, 2 metal cabooses, flat cars, a new addition a R.R. Bicycle and thousands of other R.R. Artefacts and Memorabilia from Brighton and area.
Open from May 26 and every Thursday, Friday and Saturday and holiday Mondays until September 25th, or by chance or appointment.
Daily 10:00 - 4:00
By Appointment anytime. A gift shop is also on site. Donations are gratefully appreciated.
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Apple Route Member Businesses (links will open in a new window)
The Apple Route Administrative Office
74 Main Street,