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South Simcoe Railway
Canada

From the attractions website:

"You'll travel in restored 1920's coaches over the rails of a century-old branchline that once connected Hamilton with Barrie and Collingwood. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the steam train as you travel through the rolling countryside. The return trip from Tottenham to Beeton takes just under an hour, highlighted by the Conductor's friendly and informative commentary."

http://www.southsimcoerailway.ca

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Tags: railway; tottenham; south simcoe; train
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