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The Ghost of Kat

Ottawa Union Station

Ottawa Union Station

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The old Union Station is located at 2 Rideau Street in Ottawa. Initially called Grand Trunk Station, the building was constructed along with the prodigious Chateau Laurier to serve the increasing population of the Nation’s Capital. Completed in 1912, the opening of the renamed Union Station was not met with much fanfare, since Grand Trunk Railway general manager Charles Melville Hays had just perished in the Titanic disaster two months previously. Despite its tragic history and rumours of Hay’s restless spirit, the station served the city of Ottawa faithfully until 1966. Today, the building has been repurposed to temporarily house the Senate of Canada, and is likely only haunted by the spirits of disgruntled civil servants.


Print only: This print is a reproduction of a drawing made by Kat Jetté in 2022. The image is printed on Epson archival matte paper and packaged with a foamcore backing.

Image size: 6 1/4 x 4

Paper size: 8 x 10”

Framed print: This print is framed in a beautiful and unique custom wood frame. Each frame is lovingly selected and built by the artist from reclaimed moulding that would have otherwise ended up in a landfill. Finally, the piece is glazed with 99% UV filtering glass, the back is papered* and outfitted with a sawtooth hanger - ready to be hung on the wall! *backing paper may differ from that pictured.

Image size: 6 1/4 x 4

Frame size: 8 1/8 x 6"


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