What an amazing and wonderful day chatting with Mr. Alan Daye. He shared his childhood experiences growing up in Mille Roches and his experiences around the Grand Trunk line and how the railways was so valuable to his Village. It was an enlightening day.
I am so excited to be working on three new documentaries in the series of “Forgotten Railways in Eastern Ontario”. These documentaries will focus on the lost villages. As Research material I am reading Negotiating a River by Daniel MacFarlane. So far it is AMAZING.
What an amazing and wonderful day chatting with Mr. Jim Brownell. He layed the foundation for the Forgotten Railways in the Lost Villages.
Forgotten Railways in Eastern Ontario Prescott Ontario, is ready to be launched. These are the posters for the three documentaries produced on the railways that went to and through the town.
I would have never thought there was a Life Savers factory In Prescott Ontario. What fun information you learn when you look into the past.
Hanging out at the lost villages Museum, learning about the five stations that was in that area.
What an awesome day of interviewing Doug Smith, some much was learnt. He gave some insight on the railways in Prescott and how they helped the community.
Filming in Prescott Ontario today, We had the pleasure of learning from Pat Kingston- former mayor of Prescott. Also knowledgable insight from David Robertson & Bonnie Gaylord. Mr. Fraser Laschinger provided a walk about & spoke about the former homes of some of the executives on the committee for the Prescott to Bytown, Railway.
What a great first day filming the Forgotten Railways in Eastern Ontario with Mr. Fraser Laschinger in Prescott Ontario, at the Grenville County Historical Society. History is so much fun, especially history about trains and the 3 railway stations that were in Prescott Ontario. These three documentaries will be so much fun, I can’t wait. Oh and a train did go by as we were filming so AWESOME.
Forgotten Railways in Eastern Ontario is ready to be released. These are the posters for the pilot episode “Bedell and Kemptville”. We can’t wait for this documentary to be viewed by the public, it was such a great time during production and post production of this project.