Dundas Valley Historical Society speaker traces train history

Community Mar 29, 2017 Dundas Star News

John Spring, a founder and member of the Toronto Hamilton and Buffalo Railway Historical Society, will speak on rail history on Thursday, April 13, 7:30 p.m. at the Dundas Museum and Archives.

From 1875 to 1987, Hamilton-based trains served industries in the town of Dundas. They followed a railway right-of-way that ran along Dundas and Hatt Streets up to the base of the escarpment by Bond Street.

During those years, steam and diesel trains were a common weekday sight as they hauled freight along the streets.

Spring is an author, photographer and steam locomotive engineer.

The Dundas Valley Historical Society hosts the presentation. Admission is $2 for members and $3 for non-members.

Dundas Valley Historical Society speaker traces train history

John Spring is a steam locomotive engineer and author

Community Mar 29, 2017 Dundas Star News

John Spring, a founder and member of the Toronto Hamilton and Buffalo Railway Historical Society, will speak on rail history on Thursday, April 13, 7:30 p.m. at the Dundas Museum and Archives.

From 1875 to 1987, Hamilton-based trains served industries in the town of Dundas. They followed a railway right-of-way that ran along Dundas and Hatt Streets up to the base of the escarpment by Bond Street.

During those years, steam and diesel trains were a common weekday sight as they hauled freight along the streets.

Spring is an author, photographer and steam locomotive engineer.

The Dundas Valley Historical Society hosts the presentation. Admission is $2 for members and $3 for non-members.

Dundas Valley Historical Society speaker traces train history

John Spring is a steam locomotive engineer and author

Community Mar 29, 2017 Dundas Star News

John Spring, a founder and member of the Toronto Hamilton and Buffalo Railway Historical Society, will speak on rail history on Thursday, April 13, 7:30 p.m. at the Dundas Museum and Archives.

From 1875 to 1987, Hamilton-based trains served industries in the town of Dundas. They followed a railway right-of-way that ran along Dundas and Hatt Streets up to the base of the escarpment by Bond Street.

During those years, steam and diesel trains were a common weekday sight as they hauled freight along the streets.

Spring is an author, photographer and steam locomotive engineer.

The Dundas Valley Historical Society hosts the presentation. Admission is $2 for members and $3 for non-members.