Essex Train Station
On June 22, 2013 Spectral Solutions was honourably invited to participate in a Paranormal Investigation at this historic, albeit tragic location.
The Essex Railway Station is a restored historic site dating back to 1887 when the building was constructed, and Essex was the transportation hub of Essex county. The building suffered major damage in 1807 when a rail car filled with nitro-glycerin exploded. The building was restored at that time, and continued to serve the community for many years. Eventually, passenger service was discontinued and the building stood empty. Efforts to preserve the building began in 1975 and continued until the completion of the restoration in 1994.