Railroad, Windsor

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    by LoriPori Written Nov 6, 2007

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    Located in the Walkerville area of Windsor, VIA RAIL CANADA connects Windsor with London and Toronto, Ontario.
    It's been years since I've taken "the train". The last time it was with my neighbour as we were going to Toronto to see "Riverdance" which was playing there.
    The Train Station is located in East Windsor. From Ambassador Bridge, make your way to Riverside Drive East and follow until you reach Walker Road. Turn right and the station is on your left. From the Tunnel, turn right, then turn left on Goyeau, drive until you reach Riverside Drive and then turn right and follow the "Drive" until you reach Walker Road. Turn right and the station is on your left.

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    by Imaniac Written May 17, 2004
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    The easiest way of getting in and out of Windsor is by train. And this certainly goes if you are traveling from or to Toronto. The trainride to Toronto lasts about 3:45 hours and will cost you some 85 Canadian dollars.

    You can also travel to other destinations like Niagara Falls and Montreal if you change trains in Toronto or Aldershot.

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