Information Guide

The printed version of our Information Guide is available at the following locations:
Tunnel South portal; Tourism Office, City Hall, Blockhouse Island, the Memorial Centre, The Brockville Museum, Brockville Arts Centre, Brockville Country Club, Aquatarium, Fulford Place, Super 8 motel, Comfort Inn, Travelodge, Holiday Inn, Days Inn, Chamber Office, DBIA Office, and the Leeds & Grenville tourism kiosks at Mallorytown OnRoute locations (both sides of 401).

Download the PDF version here.

The Information Guide is sponsored by:

  • 1000 Islands Cruises
  • 1000 Islands Miniature Golf
  • 1000 Islands Tower
  • Aquatarium Discovery Centre
  • Boston Pizza
  • Brockville Chamber of Commerce
  • Burnbrae Canarm
  • Comfort Inn Cooperators
  • DBIA
  • Henderson Digital Marketing & Printing
  • Holiday Inn Express
  • KIA of Brockville
  • Northern Cables
  • River West Co.
  • Tackaberry Construction
  • Trillium

Quick Facts about the Brockville Railway Tunnel

  • Tunnel constructed between 1854 and 1860.
  • It is half a kilometre (525 metres) long, or one third of a mile long (1753 feet).
  • It is 4.5 metres wide (14.5 feet) and 4.3 metres high (14 feet).
  • The tunnel is straight with a one percent grade from south to north.
  • The average temperature inside is about 13 degrees Celsius (55 degrees Fahrenheit) year-round.
  • The tunnel starts south of Water Street at Armagh S. Price Park and exits north of Pearl Street.
  • The wooden doors at both entrances are closed each evening. Originally they were used to keep the animals out.

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