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Frame homes and small industries such as the G ockel O rgan Works characterize rural communities along branchline. D aily passage of wayfreight is acknowledged by friendly waves in town and country alike.
speaks of railway' s prominence in this small manufacturing town. People and wagons on platform are awaiting call of passenger train on heels of wayfreight.
The lean-to coal shed and cattle dock in Fergus is typical of hun dreds of such structures that flank branchline stations all over southern O ntario on the CNR.