to Other Railway History Sites
Churcher has done an excellent job of documenting significant dates
in Canadian railway history, together with a couple of his favorite railway
lines. A site you must visit. Click on his name or his logo
Robert Craig Memorial Library is located in the City of Ottawa Archives
at Ottawa City Hall. It is an excellent source of information on
Canadian railway history with an extensive photo collection. Ken
Healy and Dave Knowles are always ready to help.
Jeffrey Smith of Missouri has outlined the stations, subdivisions,
and divisions on his CNR
Ontario Research website. Details on the mileage, station and
Ontario Railway Images
Plunkett has done some real nice colour photography of diesel locomotives
in action in Eastern Ontario. Canadian National, Canadian Pacific,
Via Rail, and even a steamer. You can even get closer to the action
by clicking on his thumbnail photos.
Freight Cars by Ian Cranstone is a resource page for the Canadian freight
car enthusiast including railway freight car fleets and a history of manufacturers
you with the most comprehensive index of the Canadian railway scene, whether
its railway history, railfanning, model railroading or anything to do with
railways in Canada. Just click on the logo above.
York Central's Ottawa Division is a history of the NYC in Eastern Ontario.
A very extensive website, complete with pictures, has been put together
by Chris Granger - just for all you NYC fans.
in the Niagara Region is a railfan's guide to the Niagara Region of
Ontario and the surrounding areas since July 1998. Rail maps
and diagrams of the Niagara Region and Western New York. Over 600
about links to over 5,700 railway-related websites worldwide? Go
wild at TrainNet.Org
you go, thanx for visiting and come again. Railway Bob.