The Toronto Railway Museum is located at the former CPR John Street roundhouse in downtown Toronto. The roundhouse is the centerpiece of the museum, showcasing a variety of locomotives and rolling stock from the CPR and the CNR.
The John Street roundhouse was built by the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1929. This large building featured 32 stalls to service the many steam locomotives coming and going to Toronto and served the CPR through the end of steam in 1960. The roundhouse was closed in 1982.
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