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Built in 1948 for industrial switching, number 1 now spends it's time taking tourists for cab rides down a short stretch of track outside the Niagara Railway Museum. The switcher had a max speed of 8kph on the industrial track (who's name escapes me) and definitely doesnt run faster then that now. A neat find in the town of Fort Erie, they are continuing to restore it this winter by putting in new floors along with other things. I highly recommend checking them out, but check online for dates and times when they are open.
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Caption: Built in 1948 for industrial switching, number 1 now spends it's time taking tourists for cab rides down a short stretch of track outside the Niagara Railway Museum. The switcher had a max speed of 8kph on the industrial track (who's name escapes me) and definitely doesnt run faster then that now. A neat find in the town of Fort Erie, they are continuing to restore it this winter by putting in new floors along with other things. I highly recommend checking them out, but check online for dates and times when they are open.

Photographer:
Isaac Bryson [17] (more) (contact)
Date: 09/13/2020 (search)
Railway: Tourist (search)
Reporting Marks: NRM 1 (search)
Train Symbol: Tourist (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CN Fort Erie (search)
City/Town: Fort Erie (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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