|Michael Blaisdell||Really like your site. You've done a beautiful job of it. I love old history, pictures,etc. I honestly haven't been over the complete site yet but am looking forward to it.||January 14, 2010|
|Matt ||Awesome website. Its in my favourites. I love how detailed the whole descriptions are and i love the mileage photos. ive discovered alot i never knew, for instance that there was some sort of rock mine spur off the Dundas Sub. i railfan that exact location and i never know that. its amazing. everything else is awesome *****||January 26, 2010|
|Jim Stewart||Well done site..congratulations..enjoyed the mileage pics from dundas to sarnia||January 29, 2010|
|Barb Wright||I am working on a genealogical Project of which I had to find interesting sites to share with my class mates.|
This is one that I am sure will be viewed and I suggest taking a tour.
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|George||Great site! I got a lot of information from it.||February 16, 2010|
|Francois Jolin||Nice web page you have there Paul.||February 27, 2010|
|Cindy Walker||It's ashame how little trains are thought of these days. great site..keep up the good work.||March 15, 2010|
|Peter Sammut||Wonderful Site. I have been on for a short time only and plan to revisit soon ... Thank You.||March 24, 2010|
|George Poirier||Hi, I grew up near the CPR ( winchester sub)near Monkland Ontario will try to find some photos of the station. Cheers.||March 29, 2010|
|Sharon G. Hunter||I am amazed at this site. You have compiled an unbelievably comprehensive data base. I am fascinated by the amount and variety of info. I stumbled upon it while trying to find a Railway Station built on land sold to Canadian Pacific Railways by my Great, Great Grandfather Stanton Hunton in Chatham. I have been told that the family home was once on that site and that the location was named Hunton Square at the time of the Station being established. He died in 1891. I do not have enough info to identify the exact location. Stanton Hunton was an African American who purchased his freedom from slavery and moved to Canada in approximately 1838. He was associated with Abolitionist John Brown with other prominent members of pioneers in Chatham. I have been doing research on that branch of my family for 2 years.
Many of the topics you have on your site interest me and I spent a few hours reading your site. Thanks for your hard work. Keep it up. ||May 17, 2010|
|Bev Barlow||Great site, as the sister, niece, granddaughter, and greatgranddaughter of railway employees as well as a genealogy addict this site is of immense interest and value to me - Thank you so much, keep up the wonderful work!||June 5, 2010|
|David McNeill||Very interesting and informative website.||June 11, 2010|
|John Rhodes||I am the author of Rails to the Heartland and Come Walking and Leave Early. Just visiting your site.||July 11, 2010|
|Ron Barrons||You have a great internet site.||July 12, 2010|
|Greg||Great site. Former CN worker Stratford area now CP Engineer. Miss a lot of the old lines.||July 13, 2010|
|Michael Walker||Very well done !! So much information and care has gone into this site. Nice to see a family so dedicated to perserve history and share it with the world..Thanks again Paul..||August 15, 2010|
|Paul Smith||As a retired Loco Engineer,( New Zealand) I enjoy seeing how things are/were done in another country. I have also recently returned to NZ after a visit to Canada, where I 'rode the rails' over many thousands of miles.
A great web site, worthy of many visits.
||September 28, 2010|