Red Lake Road, Ontario

Red Lake Road
The station is on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Quibell to the west and Lash to the east, has a passing track, and is served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

Victoria Road, Ontario

Victoria RoadVictoria Place
Victoria Road is an unincorporated community in the Canadian province of Ontario, located within the single-tier municipality of Kawartha Lakes. The village was built around a station on the Toronto and Nipissing Railway, which was constructed in 1872. The station — the second last on the line — served the community and area until the last train passed through in 1965, after which the tracks were lifted. Victoria Road is located on the north-eastern tip of Mitchell Lake. Like most of the surrounding area, the soil is extremely thin, at times less than 2 in thick, resulting in very little farmland in the area.

Kenogami Lake Station, Ontario

Kenogami Lake Station
Kenogami Lake Station is an unincorporated place and railway point in the Unorganized West Part of Timiskaming District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is located on the Blanche River in the Saint Lawrence River drainage basin. Kenogami Lake Station is the eastern terminus of Ontario Highway 568 that heads 2.4 km to its western terminus at Kenogami Lake on Ontario Highway 11 (at this point part of the Trans-Canada Highway), north of that highway's junction with Ontario Highway 66. Kenogami Lake Station is on the Ontario Northland Railway main line, between Goldthorpe to the north and Swastika to the east, and is passed but not served by Northlander trains.

Quibell, Ontario

Quibell
Quibell is an unincorporated place and railway point in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is named after William A. Quibell (1857-1917), a Police Commissioner in Durham County, Ontario. The Quibell Dam on the Wabigoon River lies 1.7 km to the east. Quibell is on Ontario Highway 609, which arrives from the community of Red Lake Road on Ontario Highway 105 at the east and heads north to Clay Lake. It is also on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between McIntosh to the west and Red Lake Road to the east, has a passing track, and is passed but not served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

Richan

Richan is an unincorporated place and community in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Amesdale to the west and Millidge to the east, and is served by Richan railway station, a stop for Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains. Richan is also the northern terminus for Ontario Highway 665 that arrives from the south from Ontario Highway 17 near Dryden.

Kenogami Lake, Ontario

Kenogami LakeKenogami
Kenogami Lake is an unincorporated place and community in the Unorganized West Part of Timiskaming District in northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is located on Kenogami Lake on the Blanche River in the Saint Lawrence River drainage basin. The community is located on Ontario Highway 11 (at this point part of the Trans-Canada Highway), at the junction with Ontario Highway 568, that heads 2.4 km east to Kenogami Lake Station, and just north of the junction with Ontario Highway 66. The nearby Kenogami Lake Station is on the Ontario Northland Railway main line, between Goldthorpe to the north and Swastika to the east. * Kenogami Lake - Highway 11

Dongola, Ontario

Dongola
Dongola is an unincorporated community in the Canadian province of Ontario, located within the single-tier municipality of Kawartha Lakes at the intersection of Kawartha Lakes Road 45 (Monck Road) and Road 42 (Base Line Road). The former post-office village contains several households and no businesses. Today, Dongola is all but a ghost town. The site resembles any nearby rural area, surrounded by farmland and forests, with no signs of a centralized built-up area. The Dongola post office was opened on 1 June 1900, occupying three postmasters. It remained in place until 2 November 1936, when the nearby Coboconk post office established a rural route through the village.

Grant, Ontario

Grant
Grant is an unincorporated place, former railway point and now a ghost town in the Unorganized North Part of Cochrane District in northeastern Ontario, Canada, located 25.5 km east of Nakina, Ontario. The town came into being with the construction of the National Transcontinental Railway (NTR) in 1913. It was established as a divisional point between the Grant Subdivision, leading 131.23 mi west to the next divisional point of Armstrong, and the Hearst Subdivision, District 2, leading 125.11 mi east to the next divisional point of Hearst. The National Transcontinental Railway was 1804.7 mi in length, from Moncton, New Brunswick, to Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Fowler, Ontario

Fowler
Fowler is a railway point and unincorporated place in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada, just west of the border with Thunder Bay District. It lies on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Ycliff to the west and Savant Lake (on Ontario Highway 599) to the east, has a passing track, and is passed but not served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

Malachi, Ontario

Malachi
Malachi is an unincorporated place and community in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is also the name of the surrounding geographic township. The community is almost exclusively situated on the shores of Malachi Lake. Malachi railway station is in the community. The station is on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line between Copelands Landing to the west and Ottermere to the east, has a passing track, and is served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

Pelican, Ontario

Pelican
Pelican is an unincorporated settlement and railway point in the municipality of Sioux Lookout, Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is located just south of Pelican Lake on the English River, part of the Nelson River drainage basin. Pelican is on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Hudson to the west and the town centre of Sioux Lookout to the east, and is passed but not served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

Webster, Ontario

Webster
Webster is an unincorporated place and important railway point in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is located on Webster Bay on Lost Lake on the English River, part of the Nelson River drainage basin. It is on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Taggart to the west and Hudson to the east, and is passed but not served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

Ogahalla, Ontario

Ogahalla
Ogahalla is an unincorporated place and railway point in geographic Barlow Township in the Unorganized North Part of Cochrane District in northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is on a now abandoned portion of the Canadian National Railway main line originally constructed as the National Transcontinental Railway transcontinental main line, between the railway points of Lynx to the west and Blanche to the east, 4 km west of where the line crossed the Kenogami River. It is also on Ogahalla Creek, part of the James Bay drainage basin, which flows via the Atikasibi River to the Kenogami River.

Flindt Landing

Flindt Landing is an unincorporated place and railway point in Unorganized Thunder Bay District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Savant Lake to the west and Harvey to the east, where the line crosses an embankment over Heathcote Lake, part of the Flindt River system. Flindt Landing railway station is located at the place, served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

Amesdale, Ontario

Amesdale
Amesdale is an unincorporated place and community in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is on the Canadian National Railway (CNR) transcontinental main line, between Niddrie to the west and Richan to the east, and is passed but not served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains. It is also at the junction of a former CNR railway branch line through Ear Falls to Bruce Lake, Ontario that serviced the Griffith iron ore mine.

Niddrie, Ontario

Niddrie
Niddrie is an unincorporated place and railway point in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Morgan to the west and Amesdale to the east, has a passing track, and is passed but not served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

Blanche, Ontario

Blanche
Blanche is an unincorporated place and railway point in geographic Selwyn Township in the Unorganized North Part of Cochrane District in northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is on a now abandoned portion of the Canadian National Railway main line originally constructed as the National Transcontinental Railway transcontinental main line, between the railway points of Ogahalla to the west and Flintdale to the east, 6 km east southeast of where the line crossed the Kenogami River. On a 1913 map, it is named as "Ogaming". Blanche is also on Ogaming Creek, part of the James Bay drainage basin, which flows via the Flint River, Kenogami River and Albany River to James Bay.

Kinogama, Ontario

Kinogama
Kinogama is an unincorporated place and railway point in geographic de Gaulle Township in the Unorganized North Part of Sudbury District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is on a left tributary creek just west of the Kinogama River in the James Bay drainage basin. Kinogama is on the Canadian Pacific Railway transcontinental main line, between the railway point of Tophet to the west and the community of Kormak to the east. Kinogama railway station is located on this line and is served by the Via Rail Sudbury – White River train.

Flintdale, Ontario

Flintdale
Flintdale is an unincorporated place and railway point in geographic Selwyn Township in Unorganized North Cochrane District in northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is on a now abandoned portion of the Canadian National Railway main line originally constructed as the National Transcontinental Railway transcontinental main line, between the railway points of Blanche to the west and Wilgar to the east, 13 km east southeast of where the line crossed the Kenogami River. It is on the Flint River, part of the James Bay drainage basin, which flows via the Kenogami River and Albany River to James Bay.

Tophet, Ontario

Tophet
Tophet is an unincorporated place and railway point in geographic Mountbatten Township in the Unorganized North Part of Sudbury District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is on Tophet Creek in the James Bay drainage basin. Tophet is on the Canadian Pacific Railway transcontinental main line, between the community of Nemegos to the west and the railway point of Kinogama to the east. It is passed but not served by the Via Rail Sudbury – White River train. During 2012 a film, The Road to Tophet, was filmed and is set in Chapleau and Tophet.

Morgan, Ontario

Morgan
Morgan is an unincorporated place and railway point in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Lash to the west and Niddrie to the east, has a passing track, and is passed but not served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

Jobrin, Ontario

Jobrin
Jobrin is an unincorporated place and community in the Unorganized North Part of Cochrane District in northeastern Ontario, Canada. It was a railway station at mile 116.5 on a now abandoned portion of the Pagwa Subdivision, Cochrane Division of the Canadian National Railway main line originally constructed as the Hearst Subdivision, District 2 of the National Transcontinental Railway transcontinental main line, between the railway points of Grant to the west and Lynx to the east. Jobrin is between Jobrin Creek (itself between Upper Jobrin Lake upstream and Jobrin Lake downstream) to the west, and the Atikasibi River to the east.

Ycliff, Ontario

Ycliff
Ycliff is a railway point and unincorporated place in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It lies on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Robinson to the west and Fowler to the east, has a passing track, and is passed but not served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.

Lynx, Ontario

Lynx
Lynx is an unincorporated place and railway point in the Unorganized North Part of Cochrane District in northeastern Ontario, Canada. It was a railway station at mile 110 on a now abandoned portion of the Pagwa Subdivion, Cochrane Division of the Canadian National Railway main line originally constructed as the Hearst Subdivision, District 2 of the National Transcontinental Railway transcontinental main line, between the railway points of Jobrin to the west and Ogahalla to the east. Lynx is also on Lynx Creek, part of the James Bay drainage basin, which flows via the Atikasibi River to the Kenogami River.

Ottermere, Ontario

Ottermere
Ottermere is an unincorporated place and community in Unorganized Kenora District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. Ottermere railway station is in the community. The station is on the Canadian National Railway transcontinental main line, between Malachi to the west and Wade to the east, and is served by Via Rail transcontinental Canadian trains.