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There is no doubt in my mind as to truth in the axiom “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”. The abandoned TEE train coaches adjacent to the parking lot at the foot of Wyld street give the area a scrap yard appearance, yet the rotting shells still have the ability to draw railfans from Europe to visit our city. Imagine what they could do if they were restored to the condition they were in when they were part of a grand transportation renaissance in Ontario?

Granted, they were at the end of their useful life in Europe when Ontario Northland salvaged them in 1977 and introduced them as state of the art in the North American passenger rail industry. For a car-centric society though, they looked as futuristic as the ill-fated Turbo train that should have served to identify the perils and pitfalls of a half-hearted attempt at European rail service. The washrooms froze up regularly, the tracks were never in good enough shape to properly utilize the curve tilting feature of the coaches and the locomotives were baffed out after 20 years of service in Europe.



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