CN #4803 sits on display outside the Toronto Railway Museum in Roundhouse Park.
The New Kid in Town: Well, although not necessarily 'new', this 1967-built Hawker Siddeley RTC-85 sure looks good on her Fiftieth birthday. On a sunny May evening in downtown Toronto, a fe... (more)
CN high nose GP9 in classic CN yellow and green sits in Toronto's roundhouse park sitting near the iconic CN tower and Rogers Center.
Rondhouse Park from 346m. Featuring the John Street Roundhouse built by CP 1929-31. Amongst other exhibits you are looking down on MLW 4-8-4 CN 6213; ALCO S2 CP 7020; GMD GP7 CN 4803 and CLC/Whitc... (more)
This unit was retired in 1984 and then paint in PCS shop, Montreal and donated to the city by CN to commemorate Toronto's 150th anniversary.
Between 1853 and 1966, there existed about 75 railway stations within the boundaries of what is now the city of Toronto. The Don station is the only 19th century Toronto station remaining. The bui... (more)
Built by the Grand Trunk Railway in 1896, Cabin D was an interlocking tower located just west of Bathurst Street in Toronto. It's purpose was to coordinate the track switches and signal lights at ... (more)
Pictured here, CP 7020 (donated to and preserved by the Toronto Railway Historical Association) sits on the turntable of the old John Street Roundhouse. Shot from Toronto's iconic CN Tower, 1135 f... (more)
In almost a year since I was last up the CN Tower, significant changes are apparent to the TRHA's Toronto Railway Heritage Centre at the old CP John Street Roundhouse below. The roof has been fixe... (more)
CP 7069 is one of the few pieces of equipment not under protective wraps as construction takes place at the TRHA's museum located at the old CP John St. Roundhouse. Shot from just over 1.100 ft th... (more)