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Algoma train

Algoma train

The tour train’s arrival at Agawa Canyon Park means passengers have 90 minutes to relax, see the sights and hike the gravel trails.

 (Karl Zimmermann)
The curved trestle over the Montreal River offers views of a power plant and river -- and of our tra

The curved trestle over the Montreal River offers views of power plant and river -- and of the train.

 (Karl Zimmermann)
The River Trail in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, left, offers an easy, level walk along the Agawa River

The River Trail in Agawa Canyon Wilderness Park, left, offers an easy, level walk along the Agawa River. Black Beaver Falls, right, was flush with flow.

 (Karl Zimmermann)
The River Trail offers an easy, level walk along the Agawa River.

The River Trail in Agawa Canyon Wilderness Park offers an easy, level walk along the Agawa River.

 (Karl Zimmermann)
Luncheon in the dining car of the Agawa Train.

Luncheon in the dining car of the Agawa Canyon Tour Train.

 (Karl Zimmermann)
Group of Seven

Some of the Group of Seven artists after a 1965 testimonial dinner in their honor: from left, Edwin Holgate; Fred Varley; A. Y. Jackson; A. J. Casson; and, representing his father, Lawren Harris Jr.

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Algoma Canyon train
CANADA - MAY 14, 1982: Vivid contrast: Naomi Jackson Groves; 71; niece of A.Y. Jackson; points out a feature of the painter’s work Mountains Of Alaska to AGO curator Dennis Reid. A total of 81 works by the Group of Seven member will be on view until June 27; providing at least a different vision to that evoked by The Dinner Party; Judy Chicago’s controversial installation also being displayed at the Art Gallery of Ontario. (Credit: Dick Darrell / Toronto Star via Getty Images) (Dick Darrell / Toronto Star via Getty Images)
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