CAR Elgin Street roundhouse, Ottawa under construction 1882.
4 Casselman acq.1882 ex QMO&O 36
The roundhouse was expanded 12/1887 from 5 to 7 stalls as seen here.
A new 36 stall roundhouse in Ottawa East (Archville) on east side of
canal was in use by late 1895.
Tracks and small turntable at far right are part of Bronsons &
Weston Lumber Co. lumber stacking yard.
This map oriented south to top shows Elgin Street station as well as roundhouse and coach shed.
Grand Trunk Ry. of Canada
GTR International Bridge over the Niagara River between Victoria (Fort Erie) and Black Rock (Buffalo). ca.1910
Detailed article on design various new bridges on GTR and CPR
Grand Trunk in USA before GTW
Grand Trunk car shops Port Huron, Michigan 1917
Canadian Northern Winnipeg Viaduct
Canadian Northern Fort Rouge
Canadian Northern Pacific
Patricia Bay (VI) ferry slip
Midland station and roundhouse
Toronto map 1884
GTR Ottawa station Chateau Laurier
GTR Stratford Locomotive Shops
GTR Toronto Offices 1867+
GTR Goderich engine house 1912 NEW
Canadian National Railways
Transcona main shops in background.
Interesting interior view of Moncton erecting shop (a.k.a. backshop).
CNR Coal Chutes
CNR Water Tanks
Longue Pointe Locomotive Terminal
Moncton Locomotive Terminal 1921
Moncton main shops aerial
Toronto freight sheds and team tracks
Longue Pointe Yard Montreal
Mimico Yard aerial view
Montreal Yard and Shops
Montreal Yard and Shops 2nd angle NEW
Symington Yard 1958
South Parry yard Looking
Track level view of yard ENLARGE
Aerial view Beach Sub. QEW Stoney
Creek traffic circle.
An array of CN and VIA MLW and GMD A and B units, RS, SW and RDC's. July 23, 1977.
Niagara Falls yard. Diesels include GT
4441_GT_4430_CN_4596 also GT 4109 second track. 1974 Tom Farence
West Toronto station looking north M. 5.1 Weston Sub. CPR Mac Tier
Sub. at right. West Toronto diamond
Express office and shed (below) at West Toronto just north of the Diamond. Jim Parker
CPR Mac Tier Subdivision in foreground. Jim Parker
Old style weigh scales. Switch can line cars over "live"
rail for weighing or, over dead rail for faster move.
Note carts above. Two views.
Crossing gateman's tower at Lawrence Avenue level crossing in Weston (Toronto Terminals) c.1950's Jim Parker
Crossing gateman's tower at Old Weston Road level crossing in West
Toronto (Toronto Terminals) c.1980's
Note: Both of these protected CNR and CPR tracks same as at other crossings in the terminal.
Headquarters for Western Lines. Cirace 1970's.
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