Brockville, Ontario

Canada's oldest railway tunnel was built between 1854 and 1860 in Brockville, Ontario, and extends north from the St. Lawrence River and under City Hall for 1721 ft. (525 metres). The last train ran through it in 1970. In August 2017, the tunnel was re-opened with a paved walkway and a spectacular light show.

There's always something to see on the Brockville, Ontario, waterfront. Located on the St. Lawrence River, it's called the “City of the Thousand Islands”, though there are actually 1864. 

Every August, car enthusiasts gather in Brockville, Ontario for Automotion.

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