Railroads and Railroad History: Canadian Railways

Acadia Coal Co.: see Albion Mines Ry
"Additional Notes on the Early Locomotives of Nova Scotia," by R.R. Brown,
      31/20-23
Alberta RR & Coal Co.: 145/110
Alberta Ry & Irrigation Co.: 83/78, 80, 88
Albion Mines Ry: loco. Sampson, 7/75-77; history, 31/20-22; loco. record, 31/22;
      locos. up to 1860, 56/51; history, map, roster, 78/55-60; history and locos.
      1840, 101/32-33; mention, 28/42, 43, 44; 28/11; 41/41; 43/8, 9, 17, 20
Algoma Central & Hudson Bay RR: loco. notes, 133/79, 80; emblem 153/38;
      loco. 154/81
Algoma Eastern RR: 83/79, 84; loco. 154/96
Anglo-Newfoundland Development Co.: 44/37
Arcadia Coal Co.: see Albion Mines Ry
Asbestos & Danville RR: 147/134
Atlantic & St. Lawrence RR: history, 14/17; 25/13; early locos., 14/18-19;
      loco. record, 25/14; 147/43; State of Maine lithograph, 139/5, 10, 17;
      140/120; merition, 3/45; 9/6, 39; 14/18; 17/18; 23/ 38; 28/43; 49/26, 27;
      147/14
Atlantic & Superior Ry: 147/76
Atlantic, Quebec & Western RR: 53/42; 56/83; 83/67; loco. 152/94

Bas Laurentides Ry: 147/44, 45
"The Battle of the Gauges in Canada," by Robert R. Brown, 34/36-39
Belfast & Quebec Ry: 28/42; "The . . . ," 25/17-18; notes, 43/21
Birkenheads: "The Parent of the ... ," by John Loye, 18/7-8 (loco. Crewe);
      "Memories of Birkenheads-Canadian Locomotives of the Fifties," by John
      Loye, 18/8-20
Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson's Bay Ry: 143/8
Brantford, Norfolk & Port Burwell Ry: 51/32, 34
Brantford, Waterloo & Lake Erie Ry: 56/64-66, 1Ocos., 56/66, 82; 70/38
Breakey Lbr. Co.: 147/56
Bridgeport Tramway: 78/63 (Nova Scotia)
"British and Foreign Locomotives in Canada and Newfoundland," by Robert R.
      Brown, 43/6-22
British Columbia: first locos., 20/52-53
Brockville & Ottawa Ry: locos. up to 1860, 56/50
Brockville, Westport & North Western Ry: 83/36
Brockville, Westport & Sault Ste. Marie Ry: 147/82
Brown, Francis R.F.: "Some Early Brown Locomotives on the Canadian Pacific
      Ry," by Fred Jukes, 97/21-26
Buchans Mining Co.: 44/37
Budd, Thomas: 150/89, 90 (Nova Scotia Iron Works)
Buffalo & Lake Huron Ry: loco. record up to 1860, 56/43; roster, 147/54;
      mention, 23/44; 51/16
Buffalo, Brantford & Goderich Ry: 28/44; roster, 147/54

Caledonia CoalCo.: 147/49
Canada & Gulf Terminal Co.: 72/111
Canada Atlantic Ry: notes, 23/49, 50, 73-74; VC/95; 147/24, 37; 4-4-2
      loco., 25/28-29; locos., 147/96, 102, 104, 108, 122, 129, 132, 140, 141,
      148, 152, 157
Canada Central Ry: 83/26-27; 147/45
Canada Engine & Machinery Co.: 150/92, 100
Canada Foundry: 83/10
Canada, Michigan & Chicago RR: 70/32
Canada Southern Ry: "The . . . ," by D.R. MacBain, history, 70/32-38; roster,
      70/35-38; 71/6
Canada Works: 18/13-20;83/10
"The Canadian Centenary" (1936), 41/28; (1932), 28/7-12, 50
Canadian Government Railways: 8/39
"Canadian Locomotives of the Fifties," by John Loye, 18/8-20
"Canadian Locomotive Practice in Early Days," by Thompson & Edgar,
      17/81-85
Canadian National Ry: "Sir Henry, Some Notes on the Life of Sir Henry Thornton,"
      by J. Plomer, 103/7-20; "The . . . Employees Magazine 1914-1921," by
      B. Coleman, 129/35-43; merger with Grand Trunk, 23/51, 53; St. Lambert-
      Sorel line, 28/36; diesel loco., 43/20; Montreal, Portland & Boston Ry and
      South Eastern Ry involvements, 49/17-18; acquisition of the Central Vermont
      Ry, VC/45-47; "Canada's Silver Age," by Fred Matthews, 195/6-17; 195/19-20, 23-26
Canadian Northern Ry: "The . . . System:' 28/55-63; mention, 119/56; 8/39-40;
      23/53; mention, 155/7
Canadian Northern Quebec Ry: 28/58
Canadian Pacific Ry: "St. John and the . . . ," by C.W. Anderson, 15/52-59;
      "Golden Jubilee of the . . .," by John Loye, 28/51-54; "A Man and a Bridge,"
      by May Cummings, 31/17-19 (Charles S. Smith, Lachime Rapids Bridge);
      "Locomotives of the . . . ," by Brown and Lavallee, 83/7-93; 84/6; "Some
      Early Brown Locomotives on the...," by Fred Jukes, 97/21-26; "Chinese
      Construction Workers on the ...." by David Lee, 148/42-57; involvement
      with, acquisition of: Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Ry, 84/10-11;
      Connecticut & Passumpsic Rivers RR, 49/30; Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry
      in 1880s, 111/46-47; 52; Grand Trunk Ry, 23/47, 48; Hereford Ry, 99/145;
      Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Ry, 146/25, 28; South Eastern
      Ry, 49/14, 15, 17; Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo RR, 56/76-77, 80;
      miscellaneous subjects: passenger tram colors, 4/29; Countess of Dufferin, 15/11-12;
      17/39-40; steamship operations, 15/58-59; first rail line, 28/12; locos.,
      43/17, 18, 19; 1200 class 4-6-2, 68/72-73; 4-4-4 type, 116J51; Malvina Branch,
      61/63; seizure in 1953 of train by Raymond Foucault for debts, 103/41; 162/5ff
      mention, 17/28; "Canada's Silver Age," by Fred Matthews, 195/6-17; 195/21-22
Canadian Railroad Historical Association: 56/8-9
"The Canadian Railway Centenary, 1832-1932," by John Loye, 28/7-12; by
      Robert R. Brown, 28/50; (1936) 41/28
Canadian Valley & Western Ry: 60/34; cars, passenger, private, photo, 51/29.
Carillon & Grenville Ry: "The . . . ," by R. R. Brown, 23/29-32; roster, 23/32;
      photos locos. Ottawa and Carillon, 25/26-27; locos., 56/48; mention, 18/23,
      16-19; 18/44; 43/21
"Centenary of First Railway Charter in Upper Canada," by John Loye, 28/41
Central Ry Co.: 92/42 (New Brunswick)
Central Ry of Canada: 23/31 (Quebec)
"A Century of International Exchange," by Robert R. Brown, 83/6 (1951
      centenial of Canadian-U.S. rail traffic)
Champlain & St. Lawrence Ry: "The. . . ," 39/6-62: issuance of money, 39/25,
      33; first loco., 39/17, 24-25; opening, 39/26-29; name change to Montreal &
      Champlain Ry, 39/46; sale to Grand Trunk, 39/48; loco. record, 39/49ff;
      history, 28/7-12; first train, 25/31; locos., 25/24; 35/65; 43/7, 8, 9;
      147/55; Norris loco., 79/80; history and locos., 1841 101/18; the Canadian
      Centenary, 41/28; history, 149/19,28-32, 35; mention, 23/37, 38; 25/23;
      28/42, 43; 43/20; 71/31, 33; 83/6
Chignecto: "The Old Ship Railway at . . . ," by C.W. Anderson, 9/19-23
"Chinese Construction Workers on the Canadian Pacific," by D. Lee, 148/42
Cobourg Ry: "Centenary of First Railway Charter in Upper Canada," by
      John Loye, 28/41, 42
Cobourg & Peterborough Ry: loco. record to 1860, 56/44; mention, 28/44;
      147/80
Coteau & Province Line Ry & Bridge Co. 23/49
Coteau Bridge- 23/73-74
Credit Valley Ry: 147/80; locos., 83/25-26; loco. 152/55
Crows Nest Southern Ry: 143/9

Dominion Atlantic Ry: 15/59; 83/35, 67-73, 76, 87, 88
Dominion Coal Co.: see Sydney & Louisburg Ry
Dominion Foundries & Steel Co.: 56/84
Drummond County Ry: 147/45, 49, 50, 52
"Dundee-Built Locomotives on Canada's First Railways," by O. Lavallee,
      149/19-50; 150/118 (Kinmond and Stirling locos. built at Dundee, Scotland)

"Early Canadian Rolling Stock," by R.R. Brown, 56/30-54 (loco. records,
      builders, cars)
Erie & Niagara Ry: 51/20,25
Erie & Niagara Extension Ry: 70/32
Erie & Ontario Ry: loco record up to 1860, 56/45; mention, 28/42, 44;
      56/72-73
Esquimalt & Nanaimo RR: 83/48,56, 65-69; 80, 81, 86, 87
Essex Terminal RR: 147/58
European & North American RR: history, 8/32-35; locos., 8/36-37; roster, 12/37;
      55/68-69; locos. up to 1860, 56/52; acquisition Bangor, Oldtown ~ Milford
      Ry, 106/42, 46-47; mention, 3/50; 28/ 42; 83/35; 99/49; 147/43; 152/52,
      locos. 55, 60

Fort Erie Ferry Ry.: loco. 162/71, 74
Frederickton Ry: 83/35

Gauge, track: "The Battle of the Gauges in Canada," by R.R. Brown, 34/36-39
General Mining Assgciation: " ...: Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia," by R.R.
      Brown, 41/41-42; 43/16; history and looos. 1841, 101/32-34; mention,
      78/55, map, 60-61
Glasgow & Cape Breton Ry: 43/16
Gogebec & Montreal River RR: 54/69
"Golden Jubilee of the Canadian Pacific Ry," by John Loye, 28/51-54
Grand Junction Ry: locos. of 1840s, Crewe design, 18/19
Grand Trunk Ry: "The . . . of Canada," by C.S. Given, 14/16-21; "Outline of the
      History of the . . . of Canada" by W.H. Breithaupt, 23/37-74: Victoria Bridge,
      23/57-68, 70; International Bridge, 23/68-72; ". . . of Canada: An Overview,"
      by O. Lavallee, 147/12-18; 149/118-121 ; ". . .: A Look at the Principal
      Components," by Corley and Lavallee, 147/19-30; "... Motive Power
      Acquisition," by Corley, 147/31-41; "... Roster," by Corley & Edson, 147/42-191;
      149/122-123; "Locomotives of the ..., " by John Loye, 25/12-31;
      28/28-35; loco. record of 1859,25/19-22; "Canadian Locomotive Practice in
      Early Days," by Thompson & Edgar, 17/82-84; Nos. 86 and 572 photos,
      28/36; history, 18/9-20; 1860 map, 28/9, 12; involvement with Champlain
      & St. Lawrence RR, 39/47-48; with Great Western RR, 51/12, 30-35; with
      South Eastern Ry, 49/13, 14, 18; with Northern & North Western Ry, 85/39;
      with Central Vermont Ry, VC/41, 45-47; with Wabash RR, 133/21-22; with
      the Portland Co., 139/19; locos. acquired from Great Western Ry 1882,
      51/56-59; loco. records up to 1860, 56/37-41; loco. notes, 43/lOff; USRA
      freight cars, 128/19, 29-33; locos. 152/67, 93; Gunn-built locos., 156/37ff;
      mention, 28/43; 71/33; 9/40
Grand Trunk Milwaukee Car Ferry: Wis/40
Grand Trunk Pacific Ry: history, 147/24-26; roster, 147/184-191;
      mention, 23/49-52
Great American and European Short Line Ry: 44/30
Great North West Central Ry: 83/27
Great Northern Ry of Canada: 28/58; 147/50,52
Great Western Ry: "The . . . of Canada," by W.M. Spriggs, 51/7-59; Niagara
      suspension bridge, 51/11-13; gauge, 51/8-9, 19, 23-24, 27ff; U.S. Civil War,
      51/18, 20, connection to Buffalo, 51/20; Detroit tunnel, 1872 51/26; loco.
      records, 51/37-59; "Canadian Locomotive Practice in Early Days," by
      Thompson & Edgar 17/81-84; 18/8-9; history, 147/19-20, 34; locos., 147/55,
      62-78, 154; loco. Prospero, 28/32; loco. Scotia, 28/32-33; loco. Essex,
      28/32-33; loco. records up to 1860, 56/33-36; loco. notes, 28/34-35;
      43/10ff; Gunn-built locos, 156/39ff; mention, 28/ 44, 45; 85/40-41; 9/39

Halifax & South Western Ry: 28/58-59
Halifax, Truro & Windsor Ry: 28/45
Hall's Bay RR: 44/33, 38
Hamilton & Northwestern Ry: loco. notes, 85/38, 39, 40-42; 51/49; 149/62, 89;
      mention, 149/32; 23/46, 47
Hamilton & Lake Erie Ry: 51/25; 147/89
Harbour Commissioners of Montreal: 43/20
Hereford Ry: 99/45-46; 152/52
"History of the Canadian Railroads," by John Loye, 28/42-46
Hockelasa & Louguevil Ry Ferry Co.: 49/13, 20 (ice railway)

Industrie Village & Rawdon Ry: 70/40
Intercolonial Ry: "Other Days," by C.W. Anderson (recollections), 18/48-51;
      locos., 41/41-43, 83/lSff; 150/92, 98-100, 106; mention, 23/44, 53, 38;
      7/75; 8/37-39; 28/45; 43/16, 17, 18
"The International Bridge," 23/68-72
Irondale, Bancroft & Ottawa Ry: 147/44, 160

James Bay Ry: 119/45

Kent Northern Ry: 43/17; 83/84
Kingsley Tramway: 78/52, 53, 55
Kingston & Montreal RR: 23/39, 40
Kingston & Pembroke Ry: 83/51, 78
Kingston & Toronto Ry: 23/39, 40; 28/44
Kinmond Brothers Locomotive Works: ". .., Montreal," by R.R. Brown,
      22/40-41; mention, 22/4041; 25/16-17; 149/40-42; loco. record, 149/44
Kootenay & Alberta Ry: 83/57, 86

L'Assomption Ry: 83/26
Lake Champlain & St. Lawrence Junction Ry: 49/8, 9, 18, locos., 20; 147/82
Lake Erie & Detroit River RR: 147/80
Lake Manitoba Ry & Canal Co.: 28/55, 56; 83/23
Lanoraie & Industrie RR: 28/11, 43, 44
Laurentian Ry: 49/20; 83/29
Lenmore & Mclnvenna Ry: 147/50
Levis&KennebecRy: 28/36; 131/53
Locomotive builders: list of builders up to 1860, 56/32; loco. production after
      1900, 132/47-55; Canada Engine & Machinery Co., 150/92, 100; Canada
      Works, 18/13-20; 83/10; Nova Scotia Iron Works (William Montgomery),
      150/87-106; Canada Foundry, 83/10
Locomotives: "Canadian Locomotives of the Fifties," by John Loye, 18/8-20;
      "British and Foreign Locomotives in Canada and Newfoundland," by R.R.
      Brown, 43/6-22; "Canadian Locomotive Practice in Early Days," by Thompson
      & Edgar, 17/81-85; "Early Canadian Rolling Stock," by R.R. Brown,
      56/30-54 (loco. records, rosters, builders, cars)
London & Gore Ry: 28/42
London & Port Stanley RR: 51/25, 49; loco. records up to 1860,56/44
London, Huron & Bruce Ry: 51/26, 30, 31, 32
Lotbiniere & Megantic Ry: 147/74

Mabou & Gulf RR: 126/45
Manitoba & North Western Ry: 83/23,26, 29, 36
Manitoba & South Eastern Ry: 28/57
Manitoba Power Co.: 83/67
Maritime Ry & Power Co.: 31/23, 49/52
Massawippi Valley RR: 17/20; 49/28
Midland Ry of Canada: 20/58; 23/46; 51/ 42, 43; locos., 147/21, 35, 68, 80,82, 160
Midland Ry Co. of Manitoba: 143/11, locos. 34,59, 62
Midland Ry of Nova Scotia: 147/161, 164
Mineral Rock Tramway, Nova Scotia: 78/49-50
Minto Coal Co.: 56/84
Missisquoi & Clyde River RR: 49/8, 9, 11, 15-16, 29
Missisquoi & Island Pond Ry: 49/27
Missisquoi Junction Ry: 49/16
Missisquoi Valley Ry: VC/35-36
Montfort & Gatineau Ry.: 156/91
"Montgomery Iron Works, Halifax, Nova Scotia," by R.R. Brown, 41/43-44;
      150/87-106. See also Nova Scotia Iron Works
Montreal & Atlantic RR: 49/14, 15, locos., 20, 21; 83/66, 69, 70
Montreal & Bytown RR: 23/31; 28/44; loco. Carillon, 22/40; loco. Grenville, 156/30
Montreal & Champlain RR: loco. record up to 1860, 56/46-47; map, 28/10, 12;
      locos., 25/23-24; 39/49; 28/44; 147/89; mention, 23/37, 44; 39/46-48;
      149/31, 33, 35
Montreal & Gatineau Ry: 147/89
Montreal & Kingston Ry: 28/44
Montreal & Lachine Ry: roster, 39/55, loco. notes, 43/8; 56/46; history,
      71/25-34; mention, 23/42, 25/16, 23; 28/12, 43, 44; 39/42-46; 149/19, 28-32,
      34, 40; loco., 147/55
Montreal & New York Ry: loco. notes, 24; 39/49-50,56; 147/55; map (1853),
      28/10, 12; notes, 28/43, 44; 39/45-46; 39/9; 71/31-32; 90/85
Montreal & Northern Ry: 28/44
Montreal & Ottawa Ry: 147/86
Montreal & Province Junction Ry: 39/38
Montreal & Province Line Ry: 49/17
Montreal & Sorel Ry: 49/9, 18; 147/96
Montreal & Vermont Junction Ry: VC/28
Montreal, Chambly & Sorel Ry: 49/16
"The Montreal Ice Railway, 1880-1881," by R.R. Brown, 22/42-45; "Accident
      on the ..., 1881," by R.R. Brown, 26/55-56
Montreal, Missisquoi & Vermont Ry: 28/44
Montreal, Portland & Boston Ry: 49/8, 9, 12, 16-17, 29
Montreal Rolling Mill Co.: 43/19
Museum: loco. John Molson, 149/42-46

National Harbor Board: 83/88 (MontreaO
Nelson & Fort Sheppard Ry: 143/13, 54, 67
New Brunswick Railway System: see St. John & Maine Ry
New Brunswick: "Some Railroad History of the Province of . . . ," by C.W.
      Anderson, 8/3140; "The Old Ship Railway at Chignecto," by C.W.
      Anderson, 9/19-23
New Brunswick Ry: locos. and operation, 41/16-17; mention, 15/57; 17/32-33;
      83/33-36
New Brunswick & Canada Ry: locos. up to 1860, 56/51; locos., 43/14; 55/66;
      83/33, 34-35
New Brunswick & Prince Edward Island RR: 8/33, 39
New Brunswick, Millburn & Orange RR: 88/154, 155, 156
New Brunswick Southern Ry: 83/28, 43
New Glascow, Iron, Coal & Ry Co.: 83/27
New Westminster Southern Ry: 143/13
Newfoundland Ry: "The . . . ," by R.R. Brown, 44/28-41; Reid Newfoundland
      Co., 44/34; branch lines, 44/34; steam motor car, 44/37; "British and Foreign
      Locomotives in Canada and Newfoundland," by R.R. Brown, 43/6-22; locos.,
      43/18-20; standard gauge cars on . . ., 141/90; locos. and cars, 44/35-36,
      38-39
Newfoundland Northern & Western Ry: 44/33, 34, 38
Niagara Portage Incline Plane: 78/50-51
Niagara, St. Catharines, & Toronto Ry: 56/73; 151/58
Norris locomotives in Canada 79/70-71, 80
North London Ry: 83/30
North Shore RR: 23/47; 28/52; 83/26, 30, 31; 147/74, 77
North West Transportation & Ry Co.: 28/51-52
North Western Grand Trunk Ry: 147/90, 129
Northern Ry of Canada: 147/21, locos., 62, 86; 85/38, 39, locos., 40-41;
      51/45; loco. records up to 1860, 56/42; mention, 23/38, photo, 46, 47
Northern Alberta Ry: 83/77
Northern & Northwestern Ry: roster 85/39-42; notes, 38-39; locos., 43/16;
      147/21, 35, locos., 86, 89, 154
Northern Colonization Ry: 28/44,53
Nosbonsing & Nipissing Ry: 147/122
Nova Scotia: "The ... Engines" (and railroads, 1830s), 7/75-79; loco. Sampson,
      7/75-77; "The Old Ship Railway at Chignecto" (Isthmus), by C.W.
      Anderson, 9/19-23; "Other Days," by C.W. Anderson (recollections),
      18/48-51; "Additional Notes on the Early Locomotives in . . . ," by R.R. Brown,
      31/20-23; mention, 83/33, 34
Nova Scotia Ry: "The . .., 1854-1872," by R.R. Brown, 23/33-36; loco. record,
      23/36; 43/11, 13; loco. record up to 1860, 56/52; passenger car, 138/46;
      mention, 41/43; 83/33, 34
Nova Scotia Central Ry: 28/59
Nova Scotia Iron Works: 150/87-106
Nova Scotia Steel & Coal Co.: 43/10

"The Old Ship Railway at Chignecto," by C. Warren Anderson, 9/19-23
Onderdonk Ry: 147/56, 78
"Ontario, Simcoe & Huron Union Ry," by R.R. Brown, 85/3542, locos.,
      56/42, mention, 10/54-55; 28/44, 45; 23/38, 46; 147/21, locos., 86; photo
      Lady Elgin, 25/22; photo Josephine, 25/30; 28/28
Orford Mountain Ry: 49/20; 83/14, 43
"Other Days," by C.Warren Anderson, 18/48-51 (Intercolonial Ry recollections)
Ottawa & Prescott Ry: loco. records up to 1860, 56/45, mention, 28/44
Ottawa, Arnprior & Parry Sound Ry: locos., 147/104, 108, 122, 129
Ottawa Northern & Western Ry: 83/21, 28
"Outline of the History of the Grand Trunk Ry of Canada," by W.H.
      Breithaupt, 23/37-74

Parry Sound Colonization RR: 83/24, 30; 147/96
Peninsular Ry: 147/90
Peterborough & Chemong Lake Ry: 56/50
Peterborough & Port Hope Ry: 28/44
Peterborough Branch Ry: 147/80
Philipsburg Ry: 147/164
Placentia Ry: 44/31, 38
Pontiac & Renfrew Ry: 83/24
Pontiac Pacific Junction Ry: 43/68; 83/25
Port Dover & Lake Huron Ry: 147/61, 96
Port Hope, Lindsay & Beaverton Ry: locos. up to 1860, 56/49
Prince Edward Island Ry: locos., 43/8, photo No. 1, 16; 44/38; mention, 47/60

Quebec & Lake St. John Ry: 28/40, 57, 58; 83/31
Quebec & North Shore Ry: 28/44
Quebec & Richmond Ry: 23/39; 28/44; 147/42, 43
Quebec & St. Andrews Ry: 28/42
Quebec Central Ry: 17/28; 28/36; 83/70, 72,76,77,82,83
Quebec Citadel Inciine Plane: 78/52
Quebec, Montreal & Southern Ry: 28/36; 49/18; 83/69
Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa & Occidental Ry: Montreal Ice bridge, 22/4245;
      26/55-56; 83/26, 28, 31; mention, 28/52; 70/43; VC/54
Quebec Ry Light & Power Co.: 147/76; 151/58
Quebec Southern Ry: 83/28

"Railway Technology, the Canadian Northwest, and the Continental Economy," by
      A.A. den Otter, 162/5-19
Reid-Newfoundland Co.: 44/33-34
"Richard Eaton, 1814-1878: Canadian Mechanical Engineer," by Fritz Lehmann,
      165/63-82
Richelieu, Drummond & Arthabasca Ry: 28/36; 49/8, 9, 11, 16; 147/42; roster,
      49/18
Rideau Canal Tramway: 78/55

St. Andrew & Quebec Ry: history, 15/52-53; first loco., 17/29, locos., 43/9;
      mention, 8/31-33; 23/33
St. Clair Tunnel Co.: locos., 31/24, 26-27; 52/25-26; mention, 23/72-73; 147/28, 145
"Saint John and the Canadian Pacific Ry," by C.W. Anderson, 15/52-59
St. John & Maine Ry: photo No. 24, 43/9, 17; mention, 148/69,70; 83/34-35;
      loco. 152/56
St. Lawrence & Adirondack RR: 90/113-114, roster, 112; mention, 84/50;
      119/43; 147/96, 152
St. Lawrence & Atlantic Ry: history, 149/149/29, 35-40, locos., 19; 147/14,
      roster, 42; locos., 25/14; 43/8; map (1853), 28/10, 12, 45; notes, 25/13,
      23; 14/17; 18/11-12; 23/38; 28/43, 44, 53; 49/25, 28
St. Lawrence & Industrie Village Ry: "The ...," by R.R. Brown, 70/3943;
      71/34; locos., 39/52; 56/46, 48
St. Lawrence & Ottawa Ry: 83/30
St. Martins Ry: 83/65
Sault Ste. Marie Portage Ry: 28/43
Shawinigan Falls Terminal Ry: 72/141
Sherbrooke, Eastern Townships & Kennebec Ry: 28/36
"Sir Henry, Some Notes on the Lffe of Sir Henry Thornton," by J. Plomer,
      103/7-20
"Some Early Brown Locomotives on the Canadian Pacific Ry," by Fred Jukes,
      97/21-26
South Eastern Ry: Ice bridge, 22/4245; 26/54-55; mention, 28/36, 53; 83/25,
      65, 66; 147/82; VC/52-53; "...," by R. Brown, 49/7-21; roster, 49/18-21
South Eastern Counties Junction Ry: 49/ 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 18
South Shore Ry: 49/18; 147/56
Spruce Falls Pulp & Paper Co.: 56/83; 83/81
Stanstead, Shefford & Chambly By: 28/ 44; 49/10, 11, 28; 56/50; VC/27, 28,
      54, 55
Sydney & Louisburg Ry: 43/14, 15; locos. 154/84; 159/67; 172/53; 180/139
Sydney Mines Ry: history, map, roster, 78/60-63; locos., 31/23; 41/41; 43/9,
      14; 56/53; 67/53; 78/60

Temiskaming & Northern Ontario Ry: 23/ 52; 147/161
Thornton, Sir Henry: "Some Notes on the Life of Sir Henry Thornton," by J.
      Plomer, 103/7-20
Thousand Islands Ry: 147/157
Three Rivers & Piles Ry: 28/36
Tobique Valley Ry: 83/35
Toronto & Nipissing Ry: 23/46; 43/16; 49/20; 147/82
Toronto, Grey & Bruce Ry: 43/15; 83/2425; 147/156
Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Ry: "The ... ," by O.P. Maus, 56/64-86; roster,
      56/81-86
Toronto, Simcoe & Lake Huron Union RR: 85/35
Track: "The Battle of Gauges in Canada," by R.R. Brown, 34/36-39; history of
      rail in Canada, 23/54-55, 59; early Canadian track, 78/53-55

U. S.-Canada Passenger Service: "Border Jumpers," by George H. Drury, 195/34-41
United Counties Ry: 83/24

Vancouver Coal Co.: 43/14, 16, 18
Vancouver, Victoria & Eastern Ry & Navigation Co.: 143/18
Vancouver, Westminster & Yukon Ry: 143/18, locos. 40, 48,58
Vermont & Province Line: 147/129, 148
VIA Rail: 195/13-17, 27; "In a Land of Few Roads," by William D. Middleton, 195/28-33
Victoria Ry: 147/80, 82
Victoria & Sidney Ry: 143/18, locos., 40, 46, 48,58, 121
"The Victoria Bridge," 23/57-68, 70
Victoria Mine Ry: 41/41
Victoria Terminal Ry & Ferry Co.: 143/ 18,46

Welland Ry: locos. up to 1860,56/49; 51/ 26,59; 147/78
Welland & Port Colborne Ry: 56/73
Wellington Coal Co.: 43/16
Wellington, Grey & Bruce Ry: 51/26, 30; 147/64
Western Counties Ry: 83/33
Western Extension Ry: 83/35
Whitby, Port Perry & Lindsay Ry: 147/80, 82
Windsor & Annapolis Ry: loco Evangeline, 18/51; locos., 43/11, 15; mention,
      147/42, 62; 83/33, 35; loco. 152/55
"A Wooden Railway of Seventy Years Ago," by R.R. Brown, 28/36-40


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