Stratford News St.Marys looking for those interested in developing two heritage properties SHARE ON: Casey Kenny, staff Tuesday, Jul. 16th, 2019 Junction Station is one of two heritage properties that St.Marys is hoping can be developed. (Photo supplied by the Town of St.Marys). Two heritage properties in St.Marys could soon have new owners. Officials in the town say the two heritage properties, Junction Station and McDonald House, are historically significant parts of the town’s past and now, for the right firm or individual with the right idea, they could be part of the area’s future. Expressions of Interest are currently being accepted for the properties with Junction Station having been built in 1858 and it served as a major station on the Toronto to Sarnia branch of the Grand Trunk Railway. Officials say that it’s believed to be the only remaining structure in Canada in which famous inventor Thomas Edison worked while employed with Grand Trunk. You can click here to learn more about both properties.