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The city is located at the junction of two major railway lines, and is served by the St. Thomas Airport which handles approximately 200 flights per week. The city was named after Thomas Talbot who established a settlement on the south side of the Grand River in 1803 and later became Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada from 1826 to 1830. The following year, Talbot founded London (now Toronto) which became capital of Upper Canada until 1841 when it was moved to Montreal by Sir Francis Bond Head; he had been appointed lieutenant governor in place of Sir John Colborne who returned to England upon completion his term as Governor General's representative for all British North American provinces except Newfoundland (which did not become part owner until 1949).