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Tourist Railroads and Museums International : Canada

Tourist Railroads, Heritage Railways, Railroad Museums and Train Excursions in Canada.

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Ontario - Smiths Falls Railway Museum of Eastern Ontario
Smiths Falls, Ontario - Located at 90 William St., Smiths Falls, Ontario. Our museum is located on 10.5 acres in the heart of Smiths Falls. Our station building, built in 1912 by the Canadian Northern Ontario Railway, is a National Historic Site. Housed in a former Canadian Northern Railway Station built in 1914, we have 5 acres of things to see and do!

Take a Wickham car ride, see a 1950's diesel locomotive and a 1912 Steam locomotive, and check out the many exhibits in the Station building. Large tour groups and school classes are welcome!

Info: URL: http://rmeo.org/ (Added: 21-Feb-1999)
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Ontario - South Simcoe Railway Heritage Corporation
Tottenham, Ontario - "All Aboard" for a scenic journey through the Beeton Creek Valley aboard South Simcoe Railway's historic excursion train.

You'll travel in restored 1920s coaches over the rails of a century-old branchline that once connected Hamilton with Barrie and Collingwood. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the vintage locomotive as you travel through the rolling countryside. The round trip from Tottenham to Beeton and back takes just under an hour, highlighted by the Conductor's friendly and informative commentary. Experience travel as our ancestors did, and learn about the history of the railways that made Canada what it is today!

Info: URL: http://www.southsimcoerailway.ca/ (Added: 13-Jun-2000)
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Ontario - Toronto Railway Historical Association
Toronto, Ontario - Focussed on the development of the Toronto Railway Heritage Centre in downtown Toronto
Info: URL: http://www.trha.ca (Added: 4-May-2007)
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Ontario - Waterloo Central Railway
Waterloo, ON - The Waterloo Central Railway operates from Waterloo Station to St. Jacobs Market, The Village of St. Jacobs and Elmira serving Mennonite Country.
Info: URL: https://waterloocentralrailway.com/ (Added: 29-Sep-2008)
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Ontario - York Durham Heritage Railway
Uxbridge, Ontario - Take a journey on the York-Durham Heritage Railway where riders are treated to a nostalgic 40 km. round trip ride through some of the most beautiful country in the province. Approximately 40 minutes northeast of downtown Toronto.

Vintage diesel motive power and classic "heavyweight" coaches will take you back to a time in which the railway provided the necessary links between the small towns that dot the Central Ontario countryside round the turn of the century.

Info: URL: https://ydhr.ca/ (Added: 23-Jan-1999)
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Ontario, Ottawa - Bytown Railway Society
The Bytown Railway Society is a volunteer, non-profit organization incorporated under federal government statute whose objective is to facilitate, aid and promote an interest in Canadian railway history and other related transportation and communications media; to own, preserve, acquire, maintain and restore artifacts or relics relating to the history of railways and other related transportation and communication media, and assist companion organizations in any of these.

The Society was founded in 1969 and today our activities include its twice-monthly meetings, the publication of a magazine for members and subscribers, Branchline and the restoration and operation of a number of pieces of historic railway equipment, The Society's Equipment, located at the Canada Science and Technology Museum in Ottawa.

Info: URL: https://www.bytownrailwaysociety.ca/ (Added: 30-Apr-2007)
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Quebec - Canadian Railway Museum
Delson/Saint-Constant (Montreal), Quebec - the Museum is home to the largest collection of railway equipment in Canada and is one of the most remarkable of its type in North America. The historical value of its collection is such that in 1978, the National Museums of Canada recognized it as being the specialized museum in Canadian Railway history.

Over the past fifty years, the Canadian Railroad Historical Association has collected and preserved exceptional archival documents and rare railroad and tramway artefacts, testimony of the major role of rail transportation in Canada's development. These artefacts reflect the know-how and sometimes harsh living conditions of the thousands of rail workers.

Info: URL: https://www.exporail.org/ (Added: 22-Jul-2000)
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Quebec - Funiculaire du Vieux-Québec inc.
Quebec City, QE - Built by William Griffith, the first funicular went into aporation on November 17, 1879. The cabins scaled up and down the escarpment by means of a counter weight water process and steam power. In 1907, Alexander Cummings converted the funicular to electrical power.

On July 2, 1945, a massive fire destroyed the structure. Reconstructed in 1946, the new funicular was equipped with metal shelters. In 1978, major renovations were undertaken and glass cabins offered a panoramic view.

In 1998, the funicular was entirely revamped with modern technology. In 2004, the funicular celebrated 125 years of services. A book was published and the event was commemorated with a statue. This is the only funicular of its kind in America.

Info: URL: https://www.funiculaire-quebec.com/ (Added: 16-Dec-2016)
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Quebec - Orford Express
Magog, QE - Climb aboard the Orford Express tourist train and treat yourself to a unique sensory experience, an exquisite meal, all the while taking in the great pastoral views that sweep the countryside between Magog, Eastman and Sherbrooke.

A great outing by train with a gastronomical meal served right on board The Orford Express is one of the nicest trains in Canada. Its three restaurant- coach cars can comfortably seat 212 guests and, along its majestic jaunts through the spectacular countrysides that link Magog, Eastman and Sherbrooke, passengers can discover or rediscover the storied beauty of this part of the Eastern Townships, while enjoying a meal that would do justice to any first-rate dining establishment.

Whether you choose an outing accompanied by a great meal- like our scrumptious " brunch " outing, " Souper à la Brunante " outing, " Petit Plaisir Gourmand " outing or the afternoon jaunt filled with tasty treats, the adventure itself is really delicious!

Info: URL: http://www.orfordexpress.com/en/home.htm (Added: 16-Dec-2016)
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Saskatchewan - Al Mazur Memorial Heritage Park
Hudson Bay, SK - A re-creation of the town of Hudson Bay circa 1909, the Al Mazur Heritage Park features a collection of buildings spread across 16 acres. Travel back in time as you walk through buildings such as the print shop, featuring artifacts depicting early letter press printing and hand-set type. Learn about the area's logging history, take a ride on the train that circles the park, and tour through the only Boer War Home in Canada. Finish your tour with juice, tea and cookies in the tea house and view a collection of over 1,500 matching tea cups and saucers.
Info: URL: http://www.townofhudsonbay.com/default.aspx?page=80 (Added: 16-Dec-2016)
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