On Tuesday, Ontario author and historian Ron Brown presented his talk on Ghost Railways to a sold out crowd at the McLaughlin Oshawa Public Library.
Featuring grown-over, unmaintained rail lines, abandoned train stations, and stations which have stood the test of time, now flourishing with a new purpose, Mr. Brown, as always, entertained the audience and provided for another interesting evening with Ontario’s history.
A special thank you to everyone who attended the meeting, and to those who took time to contact the Historical Society to RSVP or to inquire about the meeting. Ron Brown has proven to be a very popular speaker (rightly so!), and everyone’s participation helped us at the Historical Society to plan the evening.
Thank you again.
2 thoughts on “Ron Brown Ghost Railways Review”
I love to visit train stations, specially the older train stations. It really gives me some sort of Nostalgia during the old days.,.:’,
Ontario still has some gems of old train stations! Thanks for sharing!