CP Holiday Train getting set to head to Northwestern Ontario

CP Holiday Train

CP Holiday TrainTHUNDER BAY – The CP Holiday Train will leave on it’s journey across Canada on November 28th, departing from Beaconsville Quebec, and the Holiday Train will arrive in Port Moody British Columbia on December 18th. Through the journey, the Holiday Train will be gathering food donations as well as cash donations to raise awareness in the fight against hunger.

At each of the many stops along the route, there is a presentation of fantastic musical talent, and fun for young and old alike to enjoy.

Across Northwestern Ontario, the CP Holiday Train will be making stops in a number of communities.

Tuesday, December 04, 2012

Mobert Across from Band office 9:15 am

Heron Bay Old CP train station, beside Esso building 11:30 am

Marathon Beside Curling Club parking lot, Stevens Ave. 1:00 pm

Schreiber CP yard tracks, Cenotaph beside Harvest Food Cupboard building 3:45 pm

Nipigon CP TMS buildings across from Nipigon Inn, 60 Front St. 6:30 pm

Thunder Bay CP train depot track, 440 Syndicate Ave. 9:45 pm

Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Ignace CP train station 9:45 am

Dryden CP entrance, corner of Queen St. and Earl Ave. 12:15 pm

Vermillion Bay Bay St railway crossing, south of Highway 17 1:45 pm

Kenora CP old South Yard, across from Wholesale store, enter from 8th Ave. South 3:45 pm

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