by I Like BNSF
I was in Toronto Canada last week and went to the CN Tower. They call it Canada’s National Tower but I saw a postcard of the Tower with the “CN” logo. Does CN own this tower? Why would a railroad own a tourist attraction?
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Dieter wrote:Radio and Television signals are still broadcast from theIt seems the same thing happened with the CN Tower's neighbour the Skydome, er, "Rogers Center"...
I thought it was totally bogus when they changed the name. It's as silly as changing the name of an arena or a major structure like the Pan Am Building to the Met Life building, or RCA to GE Building in New York City. CN built it, and even if they sold it to Air India, to most people it will always be the CN Tower, as in CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY. I'm glad I got a souvenir thermometer of the tower with the CN noodle on it while I could!