Here are a couple of videos I managed to pick up this week at Toronto’s Union Station of some VIA Rail action: Train #73 on Wednesday December 1st, 2021: Train #84 arriving at Union on Thursday December 2nd, 2021: Train … Continue reading
Today, November 12th, 2021, marks the 90th Anniversary of the opening of Maple Leaf Gardens. The Gardens was built by Conn Smythe to be the home of the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey team and would be owned by the company … Continue reading
Today, September 1st, 2021 the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) turns 100 years old. The TTC was formed on September 1st, 2021 taking over a number of private lines that existed in the past.
I made a quick trip over to the Toronto Islands on July 22nd, 2021. While on the trip I was able to catch some video and photographs. The Toronto Ferry Services, which operates the ferries and is owned by the … Continue reading
I went for a walk through the Exhibition grounds on June 16th 2021 while in the area for another project. I was able to pick up some photographs of some of the buildings on the property that are currently, or … Continue reading
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Tagged Architecture, Canada, Canadian National Exhibition, CNE, CNE Grounds, Coca-Cola Coliseum, Dominion of Canada, Exhibition Grounds, Food Building, Horse Palace, Music Building, Princes' Gate, Princess Margaret's Fountain, Toronto Ontario
VIA Rail Canada’s flagship train, the Canadian, departed Union Station in Toronto Ontario right on time on June 6th, 2021 at 9:45 a.m. reroute for Vancouver, B.C. The train’s consist was: F40PH-2 #6454F40PH-2 #6428Baggage car #8621HEP-I coach #8112HEP-I coach #8113HEP-I … Continue reading
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Tagged #6428, #6454, F40PH-2, Laurentide Park, Park Car, The Canadian, Toronto Ontario, Toronto's Union Station, Train #1, Union Station, VIA Rail, VIA Rail Canada
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Today, December 29th 2019, the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) officially ran their fleet of Canadian Light Rail Vehicles (CLRV) for the last time over a portion of the 501 Queen line. Between Wolseley…
In the middle of September 2015, I travelled to Queens Quay West in downtown Toronto in order to get some pictures of the TTC’s new Flexity Outlook streetcars. While there, I caught some pictures of CLRV action on the 510 … Continue reading
Here are some pictures and video of the Toronto Ferry Services’ Thomas Rennie in operation on July 2nd, 2020. The Thomas Rennie was built in 1951, and is named after a former Toronto Harbour Commissioner. It is the newest ferry … Continue reading
For three consecutive weekends starting on the weekend of February 15, 2020, the TTC was short turning the 501 Queen service west of Humber Loop at Kipling Loop. This is being done to allow the City of Toronto to do … Continue reading