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Hyde Park, Ontario

(map) Between Komoka and London, Hyde Park offers an excellent railfanning site. A single-lane wood bridge crosses both the CP Windsor and CN Strathroy subs on Denfield Road.

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Hyde Park, Ontario
September 28, 2003 Steve, Laura, and I went on a planned trip to Komoka's Melrose Junction, where we watched trains all afternoon, and met the owner of the property in the junction who was very nice and friendly, and invited us to watch from his property. Chris joined us later and we moved on to Hyde Park.

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