Cameron Falls Station was located north of Nipigon at Milepost 66.1. Not an original stop on the line, Cameron Falls was established after 1917 when construction began on a hydroelectric project on the Nipigon River bearing the same name. A spur from the mainline was built north to facilitate construction and service the community developing near the dam and power plant with the same name. The nearby community housed the construction workers, employees working the generating station and their families. Cameron Falls became the hub for subsequent construction projects, the Alexander and Pine Portage Generating Stations; at its peak, there were more than 600 people living in the community. However, automation was introduced which significantly reduced the workforce and eventually the remaining workers were moved to Nipigon, abandoning the community in the early 1970s.
You can find more information, including photos here: Ontario Ghost Towns: Cameron Falls