Built in the 1920s and rebuilt in 1941, this wooden-body caboose served the Canadian Pacific Railway for more than 60 years. For the past 27 years, it has been – and continues to be – beautifully restored by members of the Guelph Historical Railway Association. Inside is now a railway museum on wheels, reflecting the glory days of railroading in the mid-20th century. As part of Digital Doors Open, watch the video below to learn more about this fascinating site.
- Digital Doors Open
Contact info99 Woolwich Street (located on siding close to St. George's Church)
ArchitectureYear built: 1920s, rebuilt in 1941
Architect: Canadian Pacific Railway
Building type: Museum, Transportation
Dates/hours openFriday January 1 – Friday December 31, 2021
Part of Digital Doors Open Guelph