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Steam engine no. 1533 beside the Allandale Train Station.2016-06-27T02:58:29-04:00
A recreated map of the Northern Railway lines as they originally looked when they were first laid through the village of Allandale and Town of Barrie, during the middle of the 19th century.2016-06-27T02:57:23-04:00
A postcard of the Grand Trunk Railroad station, South of Post Office Square (Memorial Square).2016-06-27T02:57:23-04:00
A steam locomotive facing South, parked beside the coal chute in the Allandale rail yard.2016-07-06T06:03:22-04:00
Steam engine No. 2476 prepares to depart from under the coal chute in the Allandale rail yard.2016-06-27T02:57:23-04:00
Steam engine No. 6128 is put on display during the Winter Carnival.2016-06-27T02:57:23-04:00
Two young children pose in front of CN’s steam engine No. 6218 while on display during the Winter Carnival.2016-06-27T02:57:23-04:00
A postcard showing the Allandale Train Station when owned and run by the Grand Trunk Railroad.2016-07-04T00:45:09-04:00
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