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Date: 05/21/20 09:11
On The Lighter Side...
Author: Blackfoot

In downtown Toronto, when you get tired of the endless parade of look-alike GO and VIA trains, Roundhouse Park is a nice distraction.  Home to the Toronto Railway Museum, one of it's main features is Canadian Pacific's old John Street Roundhouse, which is seen here from the CN Tower.  They also have a miniature railroad that runs through the park, although on this day it didn't really co-operate with me.  Then again, it's not every day a derailment happens right in front of you.

Cheers,
Dwayne

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Date: 05/21/20 09:38
Re: On The Lighter Side...
Author: Ritzville

That was perfect timing for an unexpected derailment.

Larry



Date: 05/21/20 09:53
Re: On The Lighter Side...
Author: gaspeamtrak

One in a million  chances of that happening for you again!!! :):):) Nice catch and everybody was ok...
Thank you for sharing...:):):)



Date: 05/21/20 10:20
Re: On The Lighter Side...
Author: PHall

Okay, which kid put a penny on the track?



Date: 05/21/20 16:49
Re: On The Lighter Side...
Author: Rmosele

That is one HUGE roundhouse!



Date: 05/21/20 18:02
Re: On The Lighter Side...
Author: spdaylight

Those engines are light . . bet it took a bit of effort getting her re-railed

Craig
mcmrailvideos.com



Date: 05/21/20 19:28
Re: On The Lighter Side...
Author: boejoe

"Hate when that happens"



Date: 05/22/20 11:43
Re: On The Lighter Side...
Author: engrbill47

Pee in the jar time?

William Jeffers, P.E.
San Dimas, CA



Date: 05/22/20 17:13
Re: On The Lighter Side...
Author: blunozer2000

Looks more like ballast rock in the crossing flangeway right at the leading edge of the crossing. We've had that happen at our track in Windsor, NS.



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