- The Toronto Railway Heritage Centre is quite new. It opened its doors for the first time in May of 2010, and continues to update and expand. It is run by the Toronto Railway Historical Association, who wanted to assemble, conserve and preserve a variety of buildings and equipment to do with Toronto's Railway History. The Heritage Centre features a miniature railway that runs for half a kilometre (a third of a mile) through Roundhouse Park, an exhibit of historic railway equipment, and a restored roundhouse, turntable, tower, and train station. There are historic and self-guided tours, the opportunity to visit the engineer's cab of a steam locomotive, and interpretive exhibits in the buildings. The museum does not have a phone, so it is best to check their website for the most up-to-date information.
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