Mrs. Helen Speck Gibson, visiting the Craigleith Heritage Depot, August 13th 2016 to relive her birth place. Mrs. Gibson was born in the Craigleith Station February 23, 1922. Her father, Alan Speck was the station master. Here is her interview, accompanied by her son Douglas Gibson. Interviewer is Robert Buchanan.
Skiers getting off the ski train at Craigleith Depot Station
This photograph shows the Depot when it was a train station. Two women are standing near the north facade of the station. Most likely this photograph was taken in either the spring or the summer.
This photograph is of the north facade roof exterior of The Depot restaurant. The photographer would have been facing the bay when the photograph was taken. The bay, The Depot's turrets and lilacs are visible within the picture. The photograph was most likely taken in the spring or summer.
Photograph of a Canadian 5286 national train buckle. This artifact would have been on display in The Depot restaurant for patrons and guest to look at.
Photograph of two books, Canadian Pacific Railway and an unidentified book. This artifact would have been on display in The Depot restaurant for patrons and guest to look at.
Photograph of a train coming into the Depot Station. Two men outside the train station waiting for the train to stop. The train is coming from Collingwood station.
Photograph of a large group of skiers coming off the ski train, at Craigleith Depot Station.
Photograph of skiers getting off the ski train at Craigleith Depot Station
Compact photograph of the north facade exterior of The Depot.
5 x 7 photograph of a T & NR train. This is a computer print of the photograph.
Photograph of the GO train stopped at the Depot, Journey to History. Photograph taken in June of 1974.