The Ontarian

The Official Newsletter of the TH&B Historical Society

Listed here are the Tables of Contents from Volume 15 of The Ontarian, the official newsletter of the TH&B Railway historical society. The Ontarian is published quarterly.

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Volume 14 Number 1

Volume 15 Number 1: September 2015

On the cover: GP-9 #403, and an unidentified 50 class yard engine idle outside the Chatham Street Roundhouse in July 1985. Dave Howard Photograph.

Article Author Photos and Graphics
Passenger Train Operations on the Toronto Hamilton and Buffalo Line John C. Eull  
Building Plans: The Hunter Street Station Roger Baxter
Form 1003 - Freight Train Consist Report    
TH&B Historical Society Executive Report    

Volume 15 Number 2: August 2016

On the cover: The Starlight from Toronto, led by CPR SD-40-2 #5552 and an unidentified MLW C-630M, are seen backing off of the west leg of the Main Street Wye and into the Chatham Street Roundhouse to return SW-9 #57 from servicing at Agincourt Yard in October 1982. Dave Howard Photograph.

 

Article Author Photos and Graphics
Recollections ot the TH&B in Brantford James Mittlefehldt and Bob Livingstone  
Form 1003 - Freight Train Consist Report Extra East, November 10, I972.    
TH&B Historical Society Executive Report    

April 2017

Volume 15 Number 3: April 2017

On the cover: A sulphuric acid train, led b GP-7 #74, GP-9 #402 and GP-7 #72, glides eastbound through Grussies, Ontario, On October 1, 1975. Keith Sirman Photograph

 

Article Author Photos and Graphics
How the Late Every Night Came to Operate over the Tired, Hungry and Broke By James Mittletehldt  
Building Plans - The TH&B Grade Separation Project By Roger Baxter  
Saved! The TH&B's Last Active Surviving Freight Car Donated for Preservation By Lance Brown  
TH&B Historical Society Executive Report    
Photo Section - 2200 Series Gondolas    
From The Archives - Electro-Motive Company Advertisement, Circa 7930 Courtesy of the Stephen Puchalski Collection  

 

Volume 15 Number 4

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 Last Modified: April 9, 2016