Join the Toronto Railway Museum on Wednesday, September 29 for the online lecture “All Aboard The Safety Train: Railway Safety In Canada” as part of their 2021 series Railway Ties. The museum has partnered with Operation Lifesaver Canada in honour of Railway Safety Week (September 21 – 27) to advocate for railway safety and offer an exclusive peek at what goes on behind the scenes to keep Canadians safe on the rails.
This online event will be led by experts Peter Mohyla and Rob Romano from Operation Lifesaver Canada. Firstly, it will include a tour of the Whitby Rail Facility. Then, learn more about railway safety and how to “Stop Track Tragedies”. Event attendees will get a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into a trip inspection before a train departs the station. Following the presentation, attendees will have the opportunity to speak with the presenters and Toronto Railway Museum historians in a live Q&A session.
Event attendees have a chance to win some great prizes from our friends at Ripley’s Aquarium and more. Click here for tickets.
Online Lecture – “All Aboard The Safety Train: Railway Safety In Canada”
When: September 29, 2021, 7:00 pm
Where: Virtual Event via Zoom
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