Take a trip to Algonquin Park with the Toronto Railway Museum at our upcoming online lecture on June 16th at 7pm! Roderick MacKay, a historian of Algonquin Provincial Park, will use mainly archival images to provide an overview of some aspects of Park history as influenced by proposed and constructed railways, including two cross Park railways and several smaller logging railways. He will briefly examine what became one of the larger railways and discuss some of their effects on the environment and vice versa.
Tickets for this event are free, although registration is required.
Attendees will get access to our exclusive Zoom meeting room, where they can engage directly with the presenter and museum historians in a post-lecture Q&A. The event will begin at 7pm Eastern Standard Time, and will end at 8:30pm EST.