Mount Pleasant Photo Gallery

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Ghost Train
Ron Baird, 2011

Sculpture
Art through Development
Mount Pleasant Village 

“Ghost Train” represents the actual size and type of steam engine that plied the rails of the Grand Trunk  Railroad to Brampton in the 1800’s. 

Trestle Bridge
Ron Baird, 2011

Sculpture
Art through Development
Mount Pleasant Village 
“Trestle Bridge” echoes the steel railway trestle that traverses the gorge at the Forks of the Credit, just north of Brampton. Remnants of the original wooden trestle are still evident in the existing embankments. 

Tracks
Ron Baird, 2011

Sculpture
Art through Development
Mount Pleasant Village
This installation represents the significance of the railway in early 19th century farming settlements. 
Time
Ron Baird, 2011
Sculpture
Art through Development
Mount Pleasant Village
Sir Sanford Fleming (“Father Time”) was the chairman of the board of the Grand Trunk Railroad. He championed the world-wide accepted of Standard Time, which by 1929 was accepted by all the major countries of the world. The design honours this historic achievement.