(June 24th) – the Niagara Division of the Canadian Railroad Historical Association stopped in the midst of their “Longest Day” tour this year at the Burlington Junction Station. (It was a scheduled stop, and they were on time, in the best railway tradition!) As is their annual practice, at the crack of dawn to take advantage of one of the longest days of the year, they meet to capture as many great photos at prime railway trainspotting venues in southern Ontario as possible until the sun sets. Read more about these intrepid rail buffs at http://www.7by24inc.com/crhaniagara/
Bob Chambers captured their inspection of restoration progress at Freeman Station.