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Open weekends from first weekend in May to last weekend in October (10 am to 5 pm) and weekdays July and August (10 am to 4:30 pm. We will be open the first two Saturdays in December for our Christmas on the Rails event for 1 pm to 8 pm. Santa...more
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This is a great collection of period public transit (streetcars, subway cars, and buses) dating from the 1890s to the 1960s, with many of the cars restored for a leisurely trip into an idyllic wooded run and back. We arrived at 4 and only had...More
This attraction is definitely worth the admission. We went here and rode on three different types of streetcars, but you could ride as many times as you like. They have a track that stretches from Guelph Line to next country road over. You can get...More
While this may be a sight not on every local's or tourists radar, it's a fun trip back in time, particularly for transit buffs. The working museum has a wide range of transit vehicles in its collection from streetcars to buses and maintenance vehicles as...More
What a great way to spend the day. Riding the rails & exploring old TTC cars. My 4 year old niece was entertained for hours.
Be sure to bring cashvyo enjoy the "ice cream train".
The passion the volunteers have for trains shows!!!
a great family spot for those just wanting to et out and do something to those that really like old trains, take a ride around the area and see the history. They have some disguarded Red Rockets from TTC, a few old style buses
My cousin came from USA and we decided to visit this place with his kids, we really enjoyed it, it’s 5 mins north of Hwy 401, lots of parking was there, we ride the train with their kids, the ride was beautiful it has two...More
I would not say I was a huge fan of trains but this was a great way to experience transit from the late 1800s and early 1900s. It is a little out of the way from Toronto but worth the trip. Volunteers were friendly and...More
A wonderful streetcar museum with examples of early Toronto streetcars dating back to 1893. Highlights of the exhibits include Peter Witt cars from the 1920's and PCC cars from the 1930's and 1940's; utility streetcars, antique buses and early subway cars are also on display....More
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They run the trains fairly often and change which ones they run. The wait, though I can't remember it was not long. There is a snack train at the end of route that you could get off and have ice cream etc. at. It runs quite... More
They run the trains fairly often and change which ones they run. The wait, though I can't remember it was not long. There is a snack train at the end of route that you could get off and have ice cream etc. at. It runs quite frequently since the whole train is only a few kilometers.