|On July 26, 2002, York-Durham 3612 is preparing to pull its train ahead to the run-around track at Stouffville, Ontario.
Thursday 17 September 2020
Throwback Thursday - Mixing Eras
When this photo was exposed in 2002, Stouffville, Ontario was the end point of a Go Transit line that connected to Toronto Union Station by way of Markham. Two round trips per day operated five days a week. On the weekend, tourist trains of the York-Durham Heritage Railway ran beyond Stouffville into Uxbridge. YDHR motive power ran around its consist adjacent to the Go storage track several times per day, allowing for this juxtaposition of passenger equipment from quite different eras.