Photo-Documentation of the Museum's Move, September 2002


3. October through December 2002: Final Site and Building Preparation

  (196) Applying new gold lettering to the newly-painted Trans-Canada Limited cars
     
  (197) Applying new gold lettering to the newly-painted tender at the head of the Trans-Canada Limited cars at the far end of the site]
     
  (198) The new livery of the 7 cars of the "Trans-Canada Limited" looking south-west.
     
  (199) The new lettering and paint scheme up close
     
  (200) The Main Entrance Hall brick completed, and window work proceeding.
     
  (201) The Main Entrance Window/Door being installed
     
  (202) View of the building complex to the south-west showing Freight Shed in the foreground, the Main Entrance and Royal Alexandra Halls next, followed by the Trans-Canada Limited stretching into the distance, with the Prestige Hotel behind the tree grove.
     
  (203) The new Museum site, with the Trans-Canada Limited, as seen when approaching from the south-west from Highway 3/95 (Van Horne St.S)
     
  (204) The Trans-Canada Limited as seen from the park across Highway 3/95 (Van Horne St.S)
     
  (205) The building complex, partially-bricked, seen from the park across Highway 3/95 (Van Horne St.S), and just prior to the staff relocation to the new facilities.

Summer 2003