A signal head, a CP speeder and Cabin D (a wooden interlocking tower built by the Grand Trunk Railway in 1896) are seen at the Roundhouse Park near downtown Toronto.
GP7 CN 4803 is preserved among the many high rises of Toronto.
Celebrating 50 years of GO Transit. Cab car GOT 104 was placed in the Roundhouse Park in Toronto earlier this year to celebrate the 50th anniversary of GO Transit. After retirement by GO Tr... (more)
A GP7, some cabooses and a solarium car. GP7 CN 4803, cabooses THB 70 & CN 79144 and solarium car Cape Race are seen among the many skyscrapers and condos of downtown Toronto. In bet... (more)
Where the Railway Lands once stood. CN 4803 and other preserved equipment can be found by what was CP's John Street Roundhouse (now the Roundhouse Park), surrounded by a sea of condo's and ... (more)
Mini-train passing standard gauge equipment. The Toronto Railway Museum's mini-train passes some preserved equipment, including GP7 CN 4803. In the background at left is the base of the CN ... (more)
A GP7 and Toronto's skyline. CN 4803 is a GP7 built by GMD in 1953. It is currently owned by the Toronto Railway Historical Association and is on display at the Toronto Railway Heritage Cen... (more)
Preserved CP Alco number 7020 is pushed off the turntable by number 1 during a photoshoot at the roundhouse. Preserved CN 6213 is in the background.
Preserved GP7 number 4803 sits on the turntable with the Toronto skyline in the background.