The Ontarian

The Official Newsletter of the TH&B Historical Society

Listed here are the Tables of Contents from Volume 12 of The Ontarian, the official newsletter of the TH&B Railway historical society. The Ontarian is published quarterly.

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Volume 12 Number 1

Volume 12 Number 1: October 2009

On the cover:

On December 3, 1977, weather worn SW-9 #55 reposes between assignments while idling outside of stall #1 at the Chatham Street Roundhouse. Rod Wilson photograph.

Article Author Photos and Graphics

Canadian Pacific Freights on the TH&B

John C. Eull

 

Making the Rookie Look Good Bob Livingstone (R.J.L.), Retired Dispatcher  
Early Legislative History of the TH&B Part 1 - How It All Began Roger Baxter  
TH&B Historical Society Executive Report    
Form 1003: Train Consist Report - CP Starlite, November 29, 1985    

Volume 12 Number 2

Volume 12 Number 2: June 2010

On the cover:

GP-7 #76 idles between assignments at the Chatham Street Roundhouse in May 1968. Ray Hoadley Photograph, TH&B Historical Society Archives Collection.

Article Author Photos and Graphics

Jerseyville Station: Life After Closure

Bob Livingstone (R.J.L.), Retired Dispatcher

 

Were Are They Now? Bryant Barbour

 

Number One: The Chrysler Railcar of the TH&B Timothy Miller, reprinted from Vintage Vehicles Canada, May 1980  
Early Legislative History of the TH&B Part 2: The First Charter Roger Baxter  
Form 1003: Train Consist Report - West Local, October 16, 1975    
TH&B Historical Society Executive Report    

Volume 12 Number 3

Volume 12 Number 3 May 2011

On the cover:

GP-7s #71 and #73 lead an Extra East past the passenger shelter at Vinemount, Ontario, on November 14, 1964. Jim Brown Photograph.

Article Author Photos and Graphics

A Brief History of the 4500 Series Double-Sheathed Boxcars

Lance Brown

 

Recollections of the TH&B From A C.P.R. Brakeman Clifford Allen Beagan

 

Early Legislative History of the TH&B Part 3 - The Charter Revived Roger Baxter  
Form 1003: Train Consist Report - Extra West Local, Departing Coyle Yard January 31, 1969.    
TH&B Historical Society Executive Report    

 Last Modified: May 27, 2011