Colour postcard showing the replica of the London and Port Stanley Railway station in St. Thomas, Ontario constructed by the St. Thomas and Elgin Home Builders Association for display at the International Plowing Match (IPM) held in St. Thomas, September 21-25, 2010. The replica station is shown on site at the IPM. Following the IPM, the replica building was disassembled and stored until it was reconstructed in 2013 on the original site of the station just north of Talbot Street between St. Catharine and John Streets, St. Thomas. The building now houses the St. Thomas Tourism office.
-A photograph depicting the severance of the Canada Southern Railway route between Toronto, Woodstock, St. Thomas CASO to Port Stanley near the Canada Southern Railway Station, December 1, 2009. This severed the link of the CASO between Toronto and Port Stanley. From the collection of Robert Weare.
-An article from Port Stanley News.com, December 4, 2009: "History in the Making", article written by Robert Weare.
-A list of St. Thomas city council members, 2008.
-10 postcards produced ca. 2013 by Heritage Port, Port Stanley using photographs from the Collection of Robert Weare.
-15 postcards produced by Heritage Port in 2014. Enhanced with colour. 3 different postcards, 5 copies each. Viewable online in this database record.
-a photocopy of a 1948 map of the L & PS route between London and Port Stanley, with notes made by Robert Weare, updates dated May 12, 2020.