For train lovers it is a real paradise with many different types of exhibition trains, beautiful, close up and with detailed explanations, interesting and enjoyed by the kids
Toronto Fan Garage Park is located opposite the Rogers Sports Center. There are several old locomotives on display. Many children climbed onto the carriages to take pictures. I am not obsessed with trains like Sheldon, so I just took a few photos and left.
For many attractions in Toronto, I took pictures first and then knew the names afterwards. For some, I even wrote reviews. Through the nearby recommendation function of Ctrip, I realized that it was an independent attraction, the Toronto Fan Garage Park near Rogers Center. Is one of them
There is a small park opposite the Rogers Sports Center. I thought it was just a small park without a name. After reading the recommendations of Ctrip nearby, I realized that it also has a name and a surname. It is called the Toronto Fan Garage Park, which is really vivid.
To the south of the Toronto TV Tower is the open-air fan-shaped garage park (ROUND HOUSE), which is actually together with the Toronto Railway Museum. It used to be the garage for the Canadian Pacific Railway to repair the locomotive. The fan-shaped warehouse is connected to the round turntable in front by rails, which is convenient for the locomotive to track in all directions. The original warehouses were transformed into "Steam Whistle Brewing" (Steam Whistle Brewing), and some old warehouses were transformed into shopping malls for daily use. The open space where the track and the lawn intersect has a special introduction about ROUND HOUSE, THE COACH YARDS and COALING TOWER, as well as bicycle rental services. In the central area of Toronto, it is possible to leave such a large open space and retain dozens of steam trains full of history. It is full of memories to let people understand the age of steam trains. It has its own style! Children must love this place!