You are close Andrew. Here is what James Filby wrote in his book "Credit Valley Railway - The Third Giant": "Suddenly we can see ahead the settled town of Orangeville and the end of our journey. Here is the northern terminus of the Credit Valley Railway; freight sheds, sidings, water-tower, coaling facilities, a turntable, repair depot and assorted railway buildings, together with a multi-tracked terminal for passengers. Once more the sights and sounds of the station stops enroute are repeated; this time there are no farewells, this is the end of the line and glad greetings are offered as friend meets fiend with hearty handshake and fond embrace; the businessman unloads his wares; local merchants hopefully look for much needed shipments of supplies. The railway crew uncouple the old style link-and-pin couplers the engine to be watered and refueled. No return trip will be made until tomorrow; in 1882 one or two trains daily are scheduled." BTW, the term "Third Giant" came from the fact that the CVR was the 3rd railroad to have access to the Toronto docks. The other two were the Grand Trunk and TG&B. The CVR was in the better position though, it was a standard gauge line with right of way all the way through to St. Thomas and a connection to the USA.