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Presqu'ile 1927 Part One

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Presqu'ile 1927 Part Two

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Memory Junction - Our Story Begins

Eugenia Bangay narrates the story of how her husband Ralph bought the 1857 Grand Trunk Railway station in Brighton, Ontario. They then developed it into a museum commemorating it and the other two stations in Brighton - both now long gone - Canadian Pacific and Canadian Northern.

One of their most interesting artifacts is a 1906 steam engine along with a wooden caboose. History comes alive in this railway museum that also includes items, photographs and articles from the past in Brighton.

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Memory Junction - Other Buildings

Memory Junction is a railway museum in Brighton, Ontario owned by Ralph and Eugenia Bangay. Tour through several other buildings that make up this museum, as narrated by Eugenia Bangay.

They include the Morrow Ford Car depot, and a shed housing railway equipment such as jiggers. In addition, there is a hops barn/kiln on site which was moved from the McMaster farm in Smithfield, Ontario.

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Memory Junction - Artifacts 1

Memory Junction is a railway museum in Brighton, Ontario owned by Ralph and Eugenia Bangay. View and learn about some of the thousands of artifacts at Memory Junction in the restored Grand Trunk Station. Eugenia Bangay narrates.

These artifacts include the gas light from the Presqu'ile Wharf, two ceiling oil lights from the oldest Baptist Church in Ontario, a coffee urn from the Presqu'ile Hotel, a cheese press, and a cash register from the Brighton Garage.

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Memory Junction - Artifacts 2

Memory Junction is a railway museum in Brighton, Ontario owned by Ralph and Eugenia Bangay. View and learn about some of the thousands of artifacts in the Memory Junction restored Grand Trunk Station. Eugenia Bangay narrates.

These artifacts include a phone booth that once stood in front of the station, a penny farthing bicycle, railway lanterns, a portable but heavy machine for aligning rails, a folding railway passenger car sink, telegraph keys, a train control system, Grand Trunk and Canadian Northern rail schedules for travel between Montréal and Toronto, a ticket wicket, and the only remaining telegraph poles of the Canadian Northern.

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Memory Junction - Artifacts 3

Memory Junction is a railway museum in Brighton, Ontario owned by Ralph and Eugenia Bangay. View and learn about some of the thousands of artifacts in the Memory Junction restored Grand Trunk Station. Eugenia Bangay narrates.

These artifacts include a dough tub form Presqu'ile Hotel, shoe lace hooks, a portable knife sharpener, Jews harp (including a demonstration), eye glasses, buttons, various locally made bottles including Coke, Orange Crush, and milk bottles, and a Fly-Tox sprayer from the Canada Rex Company.

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