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Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railway’s Walnut Street freight office and shed in Hamilton

Agincourt Yard, CP's largest, was surrounded by farmer's fields when first opened in April 1964.

Source: Exporail/CP Collection: B8655-7 | Download a hi-res version of this photo here

CP 150 Train schedule​ & location

Friday, August 11 | 5:00-8:00pm - show starts at 6:00 pm
CP Lambton Yard,
750 Runnymede Road

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You'll be treated to a truly Canadian performances of Dallas Arcand, champion Aboriginal hoop dancer, Juno award-winning country music singer Dean Brody, country singer Kelly Prescott and our house band, the Rail Road Ramblers.

Canadian country music superstar Dean Brody

Dean Brody“I am so excited to be celebrating Canada's 150th by train this summer, playing towns along the way, experiencing some of the more rugged and rare routes across our country,” said Brody, 13-time Canadian Country Music Award winner and two-time Juno Award winner, most recently for 2016 Country Album of the Year.

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World champion hoop dancer Dallas Arcand

Denis Arcand Aboriginal entertainer and world champion hoop dancer Dallas Arcand will open the stage show with his world-renowned athleticism and grace, sharing the symbolism of the hoop dance and its significance in aboriginal communities.

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Facts about CP in Toronto

  • With the lease of the Ontario & Quebec Railway in 1884 (which held the leases for the Toronto, Grey & Bruce Railway as well as for the Credit Valley Railway), the CPR gained access to the burgeoning Toronto market in addition to a large territory in southern Ontario
  • In 1913, the Canadian Pacific Building on the corner of Yonge and King Streets opened in what was then Toronto's financial district. The Edwardian-style 15-storey skyscraper – then the tallest in the British Empire - was a dramatic change from CPR's Chateau-style of architecture
  • First opened in April 1964, CP's Agincourt Yard near Toronto is one of CP's busiest rail yards
  • Ever visited Roundhouse Park, the Steam Whistle Brewery or Toronto Railway Museum? These are all located at the John Street Roundhouse which was opened by CPR in 1931. It remained in operation for more than 50 years and was then donated to the City of Toronto
  • Today, CP employees more than 1,200 employees in the Greater Toronto Area - the hub of its eastern Canadian operations


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