High speed rail in Canada presentation

Thursday, November 18, 2010 - 23:00

"High Speed Rail in Canada - Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow" will be a multimedia event featuring video, slide presentations and guest speakers from two of the largest passenger rail manufacturers in the world, Alstom and Bombardier and from High Speed Rail Canada.

From a vintage 1967 promotional four-minute film on Canada 's legendary high speed Turbo Train to modern video of the record breaking 574km/h high speed train run in France , this event promises to educate and entertain. Guest speakers include Paul Larouche -Bombardier, Ashley Langford - Alstom and Paul Langan - High Speed Rail Canada .

Paul Langan states," We are fortunate to have such an intimate and quality venue for this event. I am excited about the quality of our two guest speakers from the passenger rail car industry and the chance to educate Canadians on the past, present, and future of high speed rail in Canada and around the world."

Tickets are only $10.00, advance tickets are strongly recommended as the cinema has limited seating capacity. T

For more information on the event or directions go to: http://highspeedrail.ca or http://www.princesscinemas.com/information/

Princess Twin Cinema
46 King Street North
N2J 2W8 Waterloo , ON
Canada
43° 27' 59.7312" N, 80° 31' 21.4608" W
Ontario CA
Paul Langan

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