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Workers in the Allandale rail yard take a break to pose in front of Grand Trunk Railroad locomotive no. 562.2017-02-12T16:08:26-05:00
Workers pose in front of Grand Trunk Railroad locomotive no. 485 parked in the Allandale rail yard.2017-02-12T16:07:32-05:00
Explosive specialists look over their handiwork in the Allandale rail yards.2016-09-05T16:06:32-04:00
Looking North towards the Third Allandale Train Station after the washout (right) used between 1894-1905. The station moved to Bradford Street to house the station restaurant manager and storage.2017-02-21T21:46:30-05:00
Workers working on storm drainage as part of the Lakeshore Drive extension.2016-08-09T23:48:41-04:00
First Allandale Train Station. From left, Roger McGill, Station Master; Harry King, Brakeman, (Dog on Stool), Mike Maloney, Telegraph Operator; John Dobson, Roadmaster. Station burned to the ground in a fire on Tuesday April 10, 1894.2016-07-06T18:50:02-04:00
Construction of the foundation of the Civic Centre at Collier Street and Mulcaster Street.2016-07-06T02:13:42-04:00
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