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Oakville, Ontario

(map) Oakville has a large Ford plant and is the site of the Oakville sub.

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Oakville, Ontario
June 14, 2008 We took a sold out 06:25 VIA #652 from Aldershot to Dorval for a family function on the West Island.
January 18, 2004 We were just going to go catch 153 at Puslinch and come home...
January 17, 2004 Steve, Chris, Paul, and I headed to Guelph Junction, Milton, Oakville, Burlington West, back to Guelph Junction, and then home in a great circle route of train tracks and hobby shops. The second stop at Guelph Junction yielded an SD90/43MAC doubling the escarpment grade.

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