New railway book on sale

All he wanted to do was build a model of his local railway.
But with little information available, author Rod Clarke’s hobby of model build­ing turned into a five year quest for research on two of Onta­rio’s most elusive pioneer railways.
Narrow Gauge Through The Bush is the result, a history of the Toronto Grey & Bruce and Toronto & Nipissing Rail­way lines.
The Toronto Grey & Bruce (TG&B) is of particular interest to Wellington County readers. Originally built as a "narrow gauge" railway, its tracks and trains were smaller than current rail lines. After 1883, it was converted to standard gauge and became the CPR rail line passing through Arthur, Mount Forest, and Harriston.
Clarke has put together a wealth of information on the railway’s planning and con­struction.
The book is avail­able at Roxanne’s Reflections in Fergus and the Bookshelf Café in Guelph, at  www.­cvrco.­com or at 1-800-464-1730.