This is our Fifth Edition of the WCR Press. We have continued planning for when our trains begin to operate again by developing a plan to ensure our passengers and visitors feel safe travelling with us.
Through the WCR Press we hope to stay in touch with our volunteers, neighbours and partners during the temporary shut down and showcase the initiatives being undertaken that are required to keep the WCR operating in a safe fashion. We enjoy providing a history of our heritage operating rail collection as well as other railway operations that have served the area over the years.
We would be remiss if we did not thank those who have been so helpful to us during this unprecedented time by providing information and answers to our questions and concerns. They themselves are either in shutdown and working from home, on lay-off or with reduced staff but have continued to be there for us. Among them have been the Waterloo Region Tourism Marketing Corporation, The Greater KW Chamber of Commerce, the Village of St. Jacobs BIA, the Township of Woolwich, the City of Waterloo, Regional Municipality of Waterloo, MP Tim Louis, MPP Mike Harris and Transport Canada.
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