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Toronto Railway Museum launches virtual lecture series



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The Toronto Railway Museum continues celebrating its 10th anniversary by launching a virtual lecture series.

The series starts by commemorating Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth’s 95th birthday with stories of the Royal Train Tours of Canada. In May, the Museum hosts a viewing of the film, Ties that Bind, celebrating Asian Heritage Month. In June, the Museum says, “just for fun”, the topic is Canadian Baseball’s Love Affair with Railways.

The first virtual lecture takes place Wednesday, April 21 from 6:30 until 9 p.m. Toronto-based “Royal Historian”, Dr. Carolyn Harris, will conduct the presentation and a local train expert will also comment.


General tickets

  • $10 with access to YouTube link
  • Chance to win prize via social media

VIP - Limited number available

  • $25 with access to Zoom link
  • Live Q&A with Carolyn Harris and train expert
  • Chance to win multiple prizes including a Moët gift basket and more!

Buy tickets here


In Roundhouse Park, in the heart of downtown Toronto, the Toronto Railway Museum shares the stories of Toronto’s railway history.


Established in 2001 to work with the City of Toronto to establish a railway museum at the John Street Roundhouse, the Toronto Railway Heritage Association’s primary purpose is to promote the development of the Toronto Railway Museum.


Dr. Carolyn Harris is an instructor in history at the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies. She received her Ph.D in European history from Queen’s University in 2012. Her writing about the history of monarchy in the UK, Europe and Canada has appeared in numerous publications, including the Globe and Mail, Ottawa Citizen, Smithsonian Magazine and the BBC History Magazine, and she is the author of three books: Magna Carta and Its Gifts to Canada, Queenship and Revolution in Early Modern Europe: Henrietta Maria and Marie Antoinette and Raising Royalty: 1000 Years of Royal Parenting. She is currently co-editing a book series about royal consorts, English Consorts: Power, Influence, Dynasty. She lives in Toronto.

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