Here are some great links to other Canadian railway related websites as well as museums and railway attractions in Ontario:
This museum can be found in the heart of downtown Toronto and is located on the city block directly south of the CN Tower. A number of historic structures have been restored and relocated o the site. Featured as well is the CPR Roundhouse, part of which is devoted to restoring and displaying railway artifacts. The museum has been developed by the Toronto Railway Historical Association in partnership with the City of Toronto.
The Niagara Railway Museum is located in the former Canadian National Railway diesel shop located at 21 Warren Street in Fort Erie, Ontario. They are still in the early stages of development and are not currently open to the public. They do however hold frequent Open Houses during the warmer months which are announced on their website.
This is the website of Canada’s national railway museum, owned and operated by the Canadian Railway Historical Association (CRHA). This comprehensive website describes both Exporail and the CRHA.
The Friends of Freeman Station have undertaken to preserve the Freeman Station in Burlington, Ontario an d have made remarkable progress. Follow their progress at this website.