The Port Stanley Terminal Rail is a heritage railway that passes over the historic tracks of The London and Port Stanley Railway (L&PS) between Port Stanley and St. Thomas, Ontario. The tourist trains began operating in 1983, after volunteers started maintaining the abandoned L&PS train corridor.
Currently, the railway has four historic diesel electric locomotives from the '40s and '50s and nine passenger cars. Trains leave the Port Stanley railway station on most weekends (and daily during July and August) for an hour-long ride that ends up just south of St. Thomas. Additionally, a number of special train rides are scheduled throughout the year, like the Santa Express which runs in December and the Murder Mystery series. The PSTR railway is classed as a tourist railway and all passenger boarding is done in Port Stanley. The line is run and maintained through a volunteer effort.