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Canadian National Rail cars sitting on the tracks with Gowan Street on the other side.2016-09-05T19:56:33-04:00
Canadian National Rail cars sitting on the rails waiting to take their final journey.2016-09-05T19:55:37-04:00
A Southbound VIA Rail train pulls into the Allandale Train Station2016-12-10T21:48:16-05:00
A view of the Barrie Train Station in the winter.2016-07-02T04:47:30-04:00
Exterior of the Coin Laundromat on Essa Road showing the CNR railway crossing in the distance.2016-06-21T19:35:46-04:00
South-East view of the Allandale Train Station showing Canadian National Railway freight cars and caboose.2016-06-17T13:33:05-04:00
Canadian National Railway Steam engine No. 7458 on the tracks by Allandale Train Station.2016-06-17T13:33:05-04:00
View of the Southshore Community Centre from Lakeshore Drive.2016-06-13T17:42:03-04:00
Looking North up the CNR tracks from the Allandale Train Station.2016-06-12T03:14:15-04:00
A CNR Train leaving the Allandale Train Station.2016-06-11T02:34:54-04:00
Canadian National Railway diesel locomotive parked in front of the Allandale Train Station.2016-06-09T23:53:46-04:00
Canadian National Railway steam locomotive engine No. 7152 parked in the Allandale Roundhouse.2016-06-26T12:56:12-04:00
Engine no. 4017 with Clark Ayres and friend.2016-11-20T08:59:47-05:00
Canadian National Railway Passenger Train arriving in Allandale from the Beeton Substation.2016-06-09T21:49:18-04:00
Canadian National Railway Budd Cars parked out front of of the Allandale Train Station.2016-11-02T01:08:48-04:00
Canadian National Budd Car approaching the Allandale Train Station.2016-06-09T21:07:58-04:00
Main line Canadian National Railway freight setting off at the Allandale train yard.2016-06-09T21:02:57-04:00
Canadian National Railway Passenger Special pulls into the Allandale Train Station.2016-06-11T01:38:51-04:00
The conductor delivers orders to the train’s engineer at the Allandale Train Station.2016-06-11T00:15:09-04:00
Locomotive Engineer Clark Ayres celebrates 36 years of service at the Allandale Train Station.2016-11-20T09:00:58-05:00
Locomotive Engineer Clark Ayres in the cab of CN 6534, running southbound on the Newmarket line from North Bay.2016-12-03T11:59:04-05:00
An unusual baggage car used by the CNR in the 1950’s parked outside of the Allandale Train Station.2016-06-09T20:53:23-04:00
Locomotive No. 7139 at the Roundhouse in the Allandale Rail Yard. The Mechanics Building (now the Southshore Centre) can be seen in the background.2016-06-09T20:49:18-04:00
Looking South on Essa Road from the IGA parking lot towards the Canadian National Railway tracks.2016-06-11T01:05:38-04:00
Barber Shop and Canadian National Railway tracks on Essa Road.2016-06-11T00:51:50-04:00
Canadian Pacific engines #1432 and #1477 pulling into the Allandale Train Station heading South.2016-12-10T21:48:12-05:00
Canadian National Railway Station featuring Via Rail Train #2 and Canadian Pacific Rail Sleeping Car, ‘The Brock Manor’.2016-05-23T22:01:14-04:00
Clark Ayres, a 4th Generation Engineer for the Canadian National Railway.2016-05-17T19:39:14-04:00
East view of the Allandale Train Station showing Canadian Railway National freight cars and caboose.2016-05-17T16:20:59-04:00
Canadian National Railway Engine #1907. The Retirement Run for Ed LaPlante, 47 Years with Canadian National Railway in Barrie.2016-05-17T16:27:25-04:00
Ed LaPlante’s Last Run after 47 years with the Canadian National Railway in Barrie.2016-05-17T16:27:02-04:00
“The Last Run” Newspaper Article. Ed LaPlante retires after 47 years of service with the Canadian National Railway.2020-05-12T14:46:03-04:00
Canadian National Railway’s Ed LaPlante’s “Last Run”, retiring after 47 years.2016-05-17T16:30:38-04:00
Engineer Ed LaPlante retiring after 47 years with the Canadian National Railway.2016-12-10T21:36:12-05:00
‘Sandy’ A.C. Saunders’ Last Run as Conductor for the Canadian National Railway. Saunders worked between 1918-1966, serving for 48 Years.2016-05-17T16:32:49-04:00
Canadian National Railway Mechanic’s Office closed and abandoned at the time of the photo. In the future, it will be the home of the Southshore Community Centre in Barrie.2016-12-10T21:38:24-05:00
East Rail yard near Minet’s Point featuring defunct steam engines waiting to be scrapped.2016-05-17T16:38:56-04:00
Canadian National Railway (now Allandale Train Station) train station postcard.2016-05-17T19:58:03-04:00
Looking North across Kempenfelt Bay from Allandale. The trains still rolled through Downtown over 20 years after the Barrie station was removed but in a few more years after this, even they ceased running and the railway tracks were ripped up.2016-05-11T19:19:35-04:00
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