Online Lecture: Museum Spotting - Historic Places Days

Online Lecture: Museum Spotting

Toronto Railway Museum – The John Street Roundhouse
255 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto, ON, Canada
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21 July, 2022 | 8:00 PM (Eastern)

Join us! “Museum Spotting: A Virtual Tour of Canada’s Railway Museums” on July 21st at 8 pm EST.

The Toronto Railway Museum is one of dozens of railway museums in Canada. In our July session of our Railway Ties  virtual lecture series, we will hear from a selection of other railway museums across the country. Join us as we visit railway museums in Quebec, Niagara Region, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Hear stories of the railways from all around Canada, and start planning your next cross-country railway museum trip!


Tickets for this event are free, although registration is required.

Attendees will get access to our exclusive Zoom meeting room, where they can engage directly with the presenter and museum historians in a post-lecture Q&A. The event will begin at 7pm Eastern Standard Time, and will end at 8:30pm EST.


Niagara Railway Museum
Saskatchewan Railway Museum
Alberta Railway Museum

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