Memory Junction Railway Museum, Brighton, Ontario
This museum is located on land that was until the 1960s a station for passenger service. Trains don't stop here any more but they do pass by on the nearby tracks, and museum visitors are invited to sit on the platform to watch.
It's a small museum but what's there is worth seeing.
Side view of Canadian National Railway engine #2534
Built in 1906, engine 2534 was once used to draw freight between Quebec City and Ottawa.
Closeup of engine window
This caboose spent most of its work life on the Canadian Prairies. From the cupola, the train's brakeman viewed the length of the train to watch for potential problems such as smoking wheels or swaying cars.
Kids of all ages love trains
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