I went for breakfast with my old friends Dave a Alice, they have retired to a nice town called Brighton. After a hearty breakfast we Dave and I walked up to Memory Junction, we were early so out came the cameras. We went back later to take pictures inside the old station. The owners Ralph and his dear wife Eugenia bought the property back in 1996 for there own pleasure and with many volunteer hours it has grown into a splendid collection of restored railway equipment and Brighton memorabilia. They do not know I am posting this, so the link will surprise them. One more thought. The Engine 2534 was purchased for $600 but shipping it to the site cost $23000. OUCH!!. So all donation are greatly apprieciated, It is maintained thus. Free admission. Engine #670 This is a 105 ton Locomotive built by Montreal Locomotive works In 1906 for the Grand Trunk Railway Class N-4-a,Consolidation. Renumbered #2534 by Canadian National Railways. Originally assigned to Turcott Roundhouse. Because of it`s 40,000lbs traction power, it was used to draw freight, passengers and mixed train service between Quebec City and Montreal, Ottawa and Pembroke. In 1959 it was withdrawn from service and in 1966 presented to the City of Belleville. In 1998 after much thought and work the engine was brought to Brighton. Due to it`s tremendous weight, it was dismantled into two sepatrate pieces and placed on flat beds floats A crew of twelve men took over eight hours to load and unload the train #2534 is one of only three remaining in existence in the N-4-a Class.