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|Name & Location||John Street Roundhouse|
255 Bremner Boulevard
Toronto, Entertainment District
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Alternate names: John Street Railway Gatehouse / Toronto Railway Heritage Centre
|Notes||This building was formerly used to repair and store passenger locomotives for the Canadian Pacific Railway. For 20 years after its construction this was one of the busiest and most important roundhouse complexes in Canada. This national heritage site currently houses the Steam Whistle Brewery, a store, and the Toronto Railway Heritage Centre. The railway turntable, dating from 1929, has recently been restored.|
Renovations to this building won an Honourable Mention from the Toronto Architecture and Urban Design Awards in the "Building Adaptation" category in 2000.
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Architect : Hotson Bakker Architects Responsible for renovation.
General contractor : Anglin-Norcross Limited Responsible for original building.
Owner : Metropolitan Toronto Convention Centre
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|Specific Use||Museum |
|Heritage||National Historic Site|
Union Station Heritage Conservation District
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