Lindsay Memorial Park Railway Heritage Centre

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Introduction

In 2007 the L&DMR entered into a partnership with the City of Kawartha Lakes to assist with the preservation of the City-owned large railway artifacts now on display at Memorial Park in Lindsay.

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At that time, the L&DMR proposed the building of a Railway Heritage Centre in the park which would function as a railway history interpretation centre, to be developed and promoted as a City wide tourist attraction.

The L&DMR has at its disposal a series of “heritage modules” that are faithful 1:87 (HO scale) working replicas of the former Victoria County’s railway history which were offered to be placed on display, and maintained, at the proposed Railway Heritage Centre for the benefit of the public and as a tourist attraction.

 

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