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Toronto Railway Museum
We want to thank the thousands of visitors who rode the Roundhouse Park Miniature Railway and donated artifacts and financial contributions to the TRM since we've opened. Your support will make it possible for us to continue to celebrate and interpret Toronto's fascinating railway history. We are currently a volunteer organization and all funds are used to support the goals of the Toronto Railway Historical Association, as outlined below.
For the most current information on the Toronto Railway Museum hours of operation, visit the Toronto Railway Museum website.
Volunteering at the TRHC
Our hard-working volunteers will be busy all winter restoring our exhibits and preparing new displays for the 2012 season. The museum development has been significantly accelerated through the efforts of over 50 committed and enthusiastic volunteers. We are always looking for new volunteers and no special skills are required other than a willingness to work. If you are interested in volunteering to help us operate or to assist us in our restoration efforts, contact us through this webpage.
Features of the Toronto Railway Museum
The TRHA was established in 2001 to work with the City of Toronto to establish a railway museum at the John Street Roundhouse. The TRHA is incorporated and is a Federally registered charity. Its primary purpose is to promote the development of the Toronto Railway Museum, which will:
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