You can have “The Canadian”, “The Super Chief”, “The 20th Century Limited”…

Passenger trains often had names. Some names were conferred by railroad marketing departments, while others were applied by the citizens the trains served.

In talking with my friend and fellow Port Rowan modeller Rich Chrysler earlier this week, I learned that the locals had a name for the mixed train that served Port Rowan.

They called it The Daily Effort.

Isn’t that great?

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