Train service between Toronto and Ottawa has been disrupted for more than 24 hours as trains are set to run on a steam train.
The CN train service has been suspended for 24 hours.
(CBC)A train is being brought in to pick up a passenger at the BRIO station.
Train service has also been suspended at Toronto Pearson International Airport, the Toronto Pearson, and the BMO.
“Train service between BRIOS and Toronto Pearson is suspended.
Train services between Toronto Pearson and Toronto Airport are also suspended.
The CN train services will be resumed at the next scheduled station,” said a statement from CN.
The Canadian National Railway (CN) said in a tweet that the CN will resume service as soon as the train is moved.
The train service between Ottawa and Toronto has been halted.
Train Service between Toronto Airport and Toronto is also suspended, and trains are currently being moved at the Pearson International Terminal.
The train is currently being transported by an outside vehicle, the CN said.
The BRIOO station is a terminal station at the intersection of St. Clair Avenue and Davenport Street.
It is located between the intersection with Bloor Street West and Bay Street West.
It’s a short walk to the CN Train platform, the statement said.
Train service is also being halted at the other stations in the area.
The BMO is also running a service.