After parts one, two and three, all that is left to discuss about my southern Ontario visit is what I thought was the former CN train station on the waterfront in Windsor, Ontario and the steam engine nearby.
The building is situated near the giant Caesar's Palace
There are some really nice murals on both sides of the building. I took photos of them but I won't reproduce them here because of course they are copyright by the artists.
As far as I can tell, there were railway stations in Windsor for the Grand Trunk, Canadian Pacific, CN, Michigan Central and the Pere Marquette. This site has a great set of postcards of Windsor stations.
Also nearby is CN 5588, a 4-6-2 engine that has been preserved since the end of steam. It is owned and cared for by the Canadian Transportation Museum, an organization I had never heard of until today.
I took the shot below as a 3-frame HDR photo, because I was facing into the setting sun. What do you think - too much HDR?
That concludes my first visit to southern Ontario. I expect to be there again in a few weeks so I will likely have more photos to share. I want to visit a few defunct railway stations in the area as well as try to see the Essex Terminal Railway.
EDIT: Two commenters kindly pointed out that the building was not the CN station, but rather a storage building that the city re-roofed. Thank you!