TORONTO RAILWAY HERITAGE CENTRE AND MUSEUM, 225 BREMNER BLVD., SOUTH OF UNION STATION

RRHERITAGE1TORONTO has always been a major railroading town – and still is, although much of the trackage these days can be found in distant suburbs. The Railway Heritage Centre and Museum, well worth a visit, is proving popular with folks of all ages. The park itself – dotted with rolling stock – is free.

RRHERITAGE2Subway stop – UNION, and then walk south on York Street to 255 Bremner Boulevard (opposite the Convention Centre)

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