GUEST BOOK entries from 2009

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ShannonYour site has been very interesting Im a big Fan of Ontario Northland Railway but like to see other sites.January 22, 2009

Dave BeachI've been seeing the pictures you've posted to ClevelandRails and looking at your website. I wish I had come across the website 6-8 months ago. I work for a company on the west side of Cleveland that until recently had a plant in Thorold (really it's closer to Port Robinson). I've been working on a project there since last summer and had the misfortune to make my last trip there in January when the director showed up and announced the plant was closing. I will miss going there, working with their crew, and trying to get out in the evenings to see boats and trains. I did better in the summer with the boats than the trains. But I enjoyed reading all the info you have even if I don't have an immediate need for it any more. Lots of good infomration there.March 4, 2009

AmyI just wanted to thank you for putting this site together!April 3, 2009

Rod RitchiePaul this is a great information site. just what i needed to help research my layout. thanks and keep up the great work.April 18, 2009

Gord WarehamI had the pleasure of working @ the TH&B as Supervisor of Operation, Mechanical from 1985 to 1989 I made many friends @ Hamilton and also @ Niagara Falls from the old Canada Soundern & Con Rail. I recently had exchanges with Lance Brown from the TH&B Historical Soieity and hopefully this will continue.May 30, 2009

Denise ValleeLooking forward to working the Toronto Union to Niagara Falls run for GO Transit...June 20, 2009

Andre MenardExcellent work, sites come and go but I do hope this one stays for years to come. Enjoyed going through it and will come back to it regularly. Added to my favorites.June 29, 2009

Ron Butterworth""WOW" Congratulations Great Site I just found it and have been on all afternoon....Now I am going to make a list of my RR books:>) ..If there are any tiny additions I can pass on I will..A true labour of Love....and you have Family heritage in Railroading to boot ...Thank You"August 2, 2009

Tom HigginbothamA great website with lots of news and info.September 26, 2009

TrooperPaul, great web site! I really like the CASO stuff as I ran over some of the track earlier in my railway career. BTW, the "Tim Horton" commercials really were based on a true story and I (and many others) who worked the Owen Sound Sub out of Toronto would stop for lunch/dinner at the Timmy's next to the track in Orangeville. That's how the idea for the commercial got started - we were regulars at the place and people would always ask if that was our train parked across the road while we ate!September 28, 2009