The Brockville Railway Tunnel was completed 21 years before construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway even began and predates all of the rail tunnels in the Western Rockies. Controversial for its time, the Tunnel was a major feat of engineering and it remains a remarkable example of Canada’s pre-Confederation industrial heritage. Take a journey through time with us on this tour as we look back at all the challenges it has faced in the past 166 years. Click here to start.
Canada’s First Railway Tunnel
- 1 Blockhouse Island Parkway, Brockville, ON, Canada
- Guided Tour
1 Blockhouse Island Parkway, Brockville, ON, Canada
Brockville Railway Tunnel
Canada’s first railway tunnel, reinvented with a state of the art light and sound show.
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