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Beautiful railroad property with an impressive historical importance. The building and venue would look to be a nice wedding venue and it provides a nice demo of what railroads would have been in olden times.
Enjoyed walking around the grounds and seeing the architecture of this station and the vision of the city and volunteers for the railroad campus. There was a reception in the main parts but we did the small self guided tour and enjoyed the history and...More
Usually railway stations are much smaller than this one, so I was quite surprised when I saw the size of this building—save for Toronto’s Union Station, I had never seen such a large station in Ontario! It must have been a very important stop, where...More
The Casco Station has been lovingly preserved as it was in the late 1800 hundreds. It wass the headquarter for the Canada Southern Railway. It was a midway stop on the trip from New York City to Chicago. It was used for a 1 hour...More
Incredible volunteer restoration of a derelict station to a beautiful multi use building in St Thomas. This CASO building houses great conference rooms, offices, a small museum and even a coffee roaster showcasing Nicaraguan coffee, shade grown. The restoration kept the authentic architecture and is...More
What a beautiful wedding venue. The room that held the ceremony was quite small - but I am not sure if they offer larger rooms for larger parties. The reception portion of the wedding was in a larger room that was beautifully renovated and had...More
We attended a family wedding at this venue, what a beautifully restored building with modern amenities.
The first impression as we entered the CASO Railway Station began with the wooden platform the length of the building, the covered entrance set the tone for the details...More
This Station is an architectural gem It has been perfectly restored and has community support along the way. It now has businesses in it including the MPP, MP and lawyers offices. It is fun to tour and imaging life in the late 1870's when this...More
At one point train stations were the heart of the town, probably more relevant than airports today. The city of St. Thomas was a very important railway hub and this station was one of the busiest in Canada. Nowadays the station is almost abandoned. I...More