Steam Through Port Credit

This final 192-page hardcover will document late steam-era operations over the entirety of the CNR’s Oakville Subdivision between Toronto's Union Station and Aldershot.

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Introducing Steam Through Port Credit

Our introductory video (above) presents an overview of the scope of Steam Through Port Credit.

Steam Through Port Credit

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Centre Road crossing at Port Credit, Ontario

Port Credit station in HO scale

Lakeshore communites along the CNR's Oakville Subdivision

Train-watching at Port Credit in 1958

Doubleheaded freight Mimico yard to Bronte

Introducing Steam Through Port Credit

Ordering assistance for Steam Through Port Credit

CNR steam helper service at Burlington

Oakville Subdivision local assignments

An hour at Toronto's Bathurst Street bridge in 1957

Mainline action between Port Credit and Clarkson

Leaving Port Credit station in June 1957

Credit River bridge on Friday, August 10, 1956


Watch our series of pre-launch videos for Steam Through Port Credit

Our first preview video (above) presents the historical and geographical context for Steam Through Port Credit. An overview of the CNR's Oakville Subdivision in the 1940s and 1950s, and the communities it serves in that era.

Our second preview video (above) showcases some train-watching at Port Credit in spring and summer 1958, plus an overview of the track arrangement at Port Credit in the post-Second World War era.

Our third preview video (above) follows a doubleheaded freight behind two 6300-series Northerns from Mimico yard to Bronte on Friday, September 5, 1958.

Our fourth preview video (above) showcases an hour of train and locomotive spotting at Toronto's Bathurst Street bridge, just west of Union Station.

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