No fire trucks, engines, structure fires or accidents in this post, but, apparently at one time there was a group of firefighters who belonged to the Oldtimers Railroad Club. We are not sure if this group actually existed or if this is just a tag for the photos found in our albums. Note the old railroad station still standing in the background. The station was the hub of activity at one time and was formally located adjacent to the 333 Hamilton Boulevard complex. The building stood vacant for some time and numerous attempts to save it as a historical building were meet with failure as the structure was razed some time in the early 70’s. The property still stands vacant today. The location was somewhat famous for the what was referred to as the “honeymoon line”. A direct route to Niagara Falls was possible from this location to what was a preferred honeymoon spot at that time.