Oshawa Railway

Discussion in 'Traction Thoroughfare' started by bill937ca, Jan 21, 2007.

  1. bill937ca

    bill937ca Member

  2. bill937ca

    bill937ca Member

  3. spitfire

    spitfire Active Member

    Great links Bill - thanks for posting!! :thumb:

  4. interurban

    interurban Active Member

    This was a very interesting Electric R/W which served Oshawa Residents and Factorys
    G M in particular

    The City of Oshawa Lies East of Toronto and borders on Lake Ontario.
    1/2 hours drive for me

    The book depicted is by Clayton M. Morgan, with Charles D. Taws.
    To my knowledge the only one dealing with this fascinating history.

    foot note.
    AS Manchester England became the industrial revolution driving force of the UK early 1900 century.
    So Oshawa was called the 'Manchester of Canada". in the year 1912.

    I intend to find the streets the tracks were in and anything else that is left for a photo "then and now".
    One day soon.

    Attached Files:

  5. 60103

    60103 Pooh Bah

    I have a video (VHS) with some footage of the OR.
  6. interurban

    interurban Active Member

    I have that too David, also the G RR and LE&N.

    Illinois Traction Co
    South Shore .
    North Shore.
    Many more.

    The gang and I have a video night about 4 times a year,
  7. bill937ca

    bill937ca Member

    Here's a map of the Oshawa Railway circa 1962. :thumb:

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  8. faw

    faw New Member

    Southern Ontario Railway Map Project

    Please visit our website to download and view the Oshawa street railway and almost every other steam/diesel and electric railway that operated in southern Ontario: http://individual.utoronto.ca/sorailmap/

    There is no charge for this map and we welcome your input and criticizm.
  9. waltermann502

    waltermann502 New Member

    Dear Sir. The vhs you have, is it the sunny river production, electric lines in southern ontario? If not, is it possible to view it? I have been reaserching the Oshawa Ry for 30 years, and would welcome the chance @ new information. Thank You
  10. faw

    faw New Member

    Greetings Walter. Do you have any maps or track plans you can share? I am working to map all of Canada's former electric street railways and my work is available free here: www.cermc.webs.com. I look forward to your reply. Paul Delamere

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