4 edition of Grand Trunk Railway System, Office of General Superintendent found in the catalog.
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Born Sept. 14, , at Boston, Mass. Entered railway service , since which he has been consecutively to Feb. , clerk general superintendent's office Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Rd.; Feb. to , agent same road at Topeka, Kan.; to Feb. , out of service; Feb. to , purchasing agent Sonora Ry; to Oct. 1, The Grand Trunk Western Railroad Company (reporting mark GTW) is an American subsidiary of the Canadian National Railway (reporting mark CN) operating in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, and a corporate restructuring in , the railroad has been under CN's subsidiary holding company, the Grand Trunk Trunk Western's routes are part of CN's Michigan Division.
The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway (reporting mark GTP) was a historic Canadian transcontinental railway running from Winnipeg to Prince Rupert, British Columbia, a Pacific coast port. East of Winnipeg the line continued as the National Transcontinental Railway (NTR], running across northern Ontario and Quebec, crossing the St. Lawrence River at Quebec City and ending at Moncton, New Brunswick. The railroad history of Portland, Maine, began in with the arrival of the Portland, Saco & Portsmouth Railway (PS&P).Most of the rail activity in Portland revolved around agricultural goods bound for export and import freight from Maine's largest city also enjoyed years of continuous passenger rail service, from until , and Amtrak began serving the city in
, September 19 - The single track St. Clair tunnel under the St. Clair River is opened by the Grand Trunk Railway. Construction had commenced in upon this tunnel which connects Sarnia with Port Huron. , March 20 - The Grand Trunk Railway obtains control of the Central Vermont Railway which retained its corporate identity. Since was built in , perhaps the GT Railway System logo was tried on , but was given up in favour of the simpler "Grand Trunk Western" on later locomotives. Since that is a builder's photo, it is possible that the GT Railway System .
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The Grand Trunk Railway (reporting mark GT) was a railway system that operated in the Canadian provinces of Quebec and Ontario and in the American states of Connecticut, Maine, Michigan, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont.
The railway was operated from headquarters in Montreal, Quebec, with corporate headquarters in London, England (4 Warwick House Street).Headquarters: Montreal, Quebec. Grand Trunk Railway System, Office of General Superintendent [microform]: Montreal, April 1st,circular no.
to insure improved efficiency in train service this company will inaugurate a system of watch inspection. by Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada.
Office of the General SuperintendentPages: 6. Get this from a library. Grand Trunk Railway System, Office of General Superintendent: Montreal, April 1st,circular no. to insure improved efficiency in train service this company will inaugurate a system of watch inspection.
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to insure improved efficiency in train service this company will inaugurate a system of watch inspection. [Grand Office of General Superintendent book Railway Company of Canada. Office of the General Superintendent.;]. During the period from to the Grand Trunk concentrated on taking over smaller, competing lines and on building rail connections to the rail system of the northern United Grand Trunk was also in competition with the Great Western Railway until the two merged in Eventually, a western branch, the Grand Trunk Pacific, was constructed, but this new rail network proved so.
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Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. The Grand Trunk Railway system [microform]: rules of the Transportation Department: taking effect July 1st, Grand Trunk railway stations or Grand Trunk railroad stations may refer to former and active passenger rail stations built for the Grand Trunk Railway or its subsidiaries the Grand Trunk Western Railroad and the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway.
In the United States, some of these stations are listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). In Canada. Old and new Montreal with a series of comparative views illustrating the growth and development of the greater city.
McGill Street and Youville Square to-day showing the present General Offices of the Grand Trunk Railway System and of the Canadian Express Company, the latter at the right hand of picture.
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Grand Trunk Railway. MECHANICAL. ELECTRICAL. Test in Progress. Section Through End of Building. Grand Trunk Railway Reporting mark: GT.
From the mid to late 19th century, the British-owned Grand Trunk Railway (GTR) dominated the provinces of Ontario and Quebec. The GTR arrived in the mid s with the opening of a much-needed line between Montreal and Toronto.
In January of the Grand Trunk Railway and its affiliates joined the new conglomerate, thus forming the modern Canadian National system. As a means of further corporation simplification the Grand Trunk Western Railroad (GTW) was born on November 1.
Explore Ontario’s forgotten rail lines and experience the legacy and lore of this the vital railway era of Ontario’s history. At its peak between and the s, Ontario was criss-crossed by more t kilometres of rail trackage. Today, only a fraction remains. Yet trains once hauled everything from strawberries to grain, cans of milk and even eels.
Being a British company, the Grand Trunk Railway began with 56 locomotives built at Birkenhead, England from to This firm also built 4 of the same type for the Great Western Railway of Canada (shown) which was later absorbed by the Grand Trunk.
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada. Grand Trunk Railway system. Montreal: Office of the General Superintendent, [?]. Get this from a library. Grand Trunk Railway System, Office of the Mechanical Superintendent: Montreal, April 30th,to the employees of the Mechanical Department: my retirement has been announced.
[Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada. Office of the Mechanical Superintendent.;]. A Thousand Blunders: The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway and Northern British Columbia Frank Leonard In A Thousand Blunders, Frank Leonard looks at why the 'Road of a Thousand Wonders' failed to live up to the expectations forecast by company president Charles M.
Hays and other senior managers. Entered railway service Aug.as clerk in auditor's office Toledo Ann Arbor & North Michigan Ry, since which he has been consecutively passenger conductor, auditor construction accounts, superintendent construction, superintendent operating department, and general manager, and April to Nov.
second vicepresident and general. Hays, Charles Melville, (),president of the Grand Trunk Railway Company (Canadian Ry.) (), was born at Rock Island, Illinois,USA, on May 16 He was educated at public schools of Rock Island, and at the age of seventeen entered the service of the Atlantic and Pacific Railway, in St-Louis, Missouri,USA.
Well-done pictorial history of the Grand Trunk Western by noted rail author Patrick Dorin. Provides an overview the GTW's formation and growth and then specialized chapters on passenger train service, commuter trains, the GTW and Amtrak, freight trains and service, mixed trains, motive power, car ferry service to Wisconsin, and the Detroit and Toledo Shore s: 4.
Entered railway servicesince which he has been consecutively toassistant engineer Grand Trunk Ry; toassistant engineer St Clair Tunnel; toinspector; to Maresident engineer Eastern division at Montreal, Que.; Mato date.
superintendent same division; entire service with the.Mr. Hays first became associated with the Grand Trunk Railway system in Januarywhen he succeeded Mr.
L. J. Seargeant as general manager, but relinquished this office five years later to become president of the Southern Pacific Railway, but returned to the Grand Trunk in a few months as second vice-president and general manager.Topics: Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada., Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada., Chemins de fer, Railroads Publisher: Montreal: Office of the General Superintendent, Year: