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About Us - Updates


June 1, 2009
  • More new images have been added to the Train Gifs. The subject this time is 89' boxcars, commonly used to haul auto parts. New images can be seen on the Canadian National, Conrail, CSX Transportation, Grand Trunk (GTW), and Norfolk Southern pages.



  • January 16, 2009
  • The newest version of Railways in the Niagara Region is now online! The new look and content reflect a more streamlined approach to the materials available. Visit the Contact page and let us know what you think.



  • January 12, 2009
  • A new set of Train Gifs have been produced, this time for the Ontario Northland (ONR).



  • January 13, 2008
  • A new set of Train Gifs have been produced, this time for the Fallsview Road. The Fallsview Road is a fantasy (fictional) railroad, which exists only as models, and not an actual prototype.


    November 10, 2007
  • More new images have been added to the Train Gifs. Union Pacific is the subject this time, and the new page includes locomotives and multi-levels.


    May 14, 2007
  • Posted another update in the Train Gifs section. This time, a whole new railway has been added: Canadian Pacific. Images include locomotives, centrebeam flats, and multi-levels.


    February 22, 2007
  • More updates to the Train Gifs section are online. The Canadian National page has some updated locomotives, and the Norfolk Southern page has some new locomotive images.



  • January 6, 2007
  • The first update of the new year is a big one. There are several new images and pages that have been added to the Train Gifs section. To see these updates, visit the Burlington Northern, Canadian National, Conrail, and CSX Transportation pages.



  • October 11, 2006
  • A new page has been added to the Freight section of the Train Gifs: Arkansas-Oklahoma Railroad.



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