|Mount Pleasant Station|
|Located in||Mount Pleasant|
|Current function||Moved to the Merritt farm in 1993|
The Mount Pleasant Station was built c. 1916 as a station for the Lake Erie & Northern Railway line, using designs standard among rural CPR stations.
This building is a rare example of an extant rural railway station. While slated for demolition, it was rescued in 1993 by the Merrits who undertook the task of moving the building to their farm, where it still stands today.
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