Wheels of Peel Charters
I planned a six hour charter of Mississauga Transit 9132 on July 19, 2009, visiting "transit hotspots" throughout the City of Mississauga, as well as in Toronto and Oakville.
I planned and organized a charter weekend featuring Brampton Transit 8899 and Mississauga Transit 9832 on July 24 and 25, 2010.
GO Transit 2025 was used on Saturday, May 14, 2011 for a trip to the Halton County Radial Railway as part of the Wheels of Peel TSR charter.
In 2011, the Wheels of Peel weekend contained three charters on Saturday and Sunday August 6 and 7, 2011, featuring Brampton Transit 9136, MiWay 9725 and MiWay 9707.
Various special events that I have attended.
Photos and details regarding the construction of my HO scale model railway and the rolling stock which will run on it. Updated January 2014
For Joseph Springer's "Introduction to Urban and Regional Planning" class during my first semester in the Urban and Regional Planning program at Ryerson University in October 2009.
A series of over 100 videos that I have shot, edited and uploaded. The five newest uploads will be embedded on this page, and all other videos will be accessible via a link to my YouTube Channel.
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