CASO - Canada Southern Railway Station
- Banquet, Event, Meeting Spaces & Halls
- Party Services
- Historical Sites
Built in 1871-1873, the CASO Station has been a prominent landmark of the city of St. Thomas for over a century. The modernized CASO Station delivers outstanding features; from the large-scale Anderson Hall that is a popular venue for weddings, workshops and special events, with its 16-foot ceilings, modern servery and state-of-the-art ''no-touch'' washrooms to their medium-sized Farley Waiting Room that comfortably seats 116 people.
They are part of the Railworks Coalition, a community group of railway heritage properties that have come together for the joint benefit of preserving and protecting St. Thomas and area's rail assets.
In addition to CASO Station, the Railworks Coalition also includes the Elgin County Railway Museum, the Iron Horse Festival and the St.Thomas Elevated Park.
Whom to Contact
- Barry FitzgeraldTreasurer
- Larry LongfieldExecutive Director
- John ShapendonkPresident