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Postby atsf sp » Wed Aug 19, 2015 9:54 am

Hi everybody. I will be heading up to Toronto this weekend and I was wondering where the best place to watch trains is. I was hoping for somewhere with VIA/CN/CP/GO all togeher but i'm not sure if thats possible. Also is there any way to view Macmillan yard? In the past I have been to Agincourt and plan on heading back there. Also what is visible at the Willowbrook/TMC? Thanks in advanced for the help.
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Re: Toronto Railfan

Postby bdawe » Wed Aug 19, 2015 1:43 pm

You might find this map useful http://i.imgur.com/V9vRdvH.png

Go Trains run on the Cross Hatched lines. I believe that only some local freights serve the go-owned tracks. VIA Rail serves the Lakeshore Line (as does Amtrak west of Toronto), the line to Guelph, and the line to London via Hamilton
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