Guelph Junction Express
The Guelph Junction Express was a privately owned tourist
train operated from Guelph for round trips over part of the Guelph Junction
Railway. A set of stainless steel coaches were used with a locomotive
and crew provided by Ontario Southland.
The operation was not profitable in the long run, was utltimately shut down and the equipment sold off. One of the coaches went to Webers a famous hamburger drive-in with several railway cars located on Highway 11 just north of Orillia. The other five coaches are used by York-Durham Heritage Railway in Uxbridge for their tourist train operation.
Guelph Junction Express loading passengers at River Run Centre. June 1, 2012 Tim Ball
Sleeman Breweries in Guelph was a sponsor for a time.
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