Train service commemorates Orange Shirt Day


Last updated 9/30/2022 at 12:25pm

Ontario Northland

Ontario Northland engine 1808 is spreading a message of awareness and honor as it commemorates Orange Shirt Day.

North Bay, Ont.-For the second year in a row, a railroad engine has been painted orange and lettered "Every Child Matters" to commemorate Orange Shirt Day. In mid-September, 2021, Ontario Northland, headquartered in North Bay, Ontario, revealed their new paint scheme for locomotive 1808.

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