Canadian Northern

Some articles on canadian northern, northern, canadian:

Foleyet, Ontario - History
... In the early 1900s, Canadian Northern Railway decided to build a railroad through the area Foleyet now occupies ... The Foley Brothers and Northern Construction were the two contractors who were hired to do the job ... The Canadian Northern Railway built a large sawmill, west of the station, equipped with a pulp barker, planing mill, and a powerhouse ...
Deux-Montagnes Line (AMT) - History
... The Deux-Montagnes line was built by the Canadian Northern Railway ... While other railways including Canadian Pacific and Grand Trunk Railway already had prime downtown locations for their terminal stations, Canadian Northern did not ... In 1910, it was decided that the best way for Canadian Northern to get downtown was to drill their way downtown — through Mont Royal ...
Halifax And Southwestern Railway - Canadian Northern
... period following completion of the H SW in 1906, the system was merged into Mackenze and Mann's Canadian Northern Railway (CNoR) transcontinental system ... from Montreal to Vancouver, not unlike rival Canadian Pacific Railway's Dominion Atlantic Railway ... On December 20, 1918, CNoR, along with the Canadian Government Railways were placed under a new company named Canadian National Railways (CNR) ...
Mount Royal, Quebec - History
... It was created at the initiative of the Canadian Northern Railway ... the venture helped finance the development of Canadian Northern's transcontinental railroad, which eventually became a significant constituent of the Canadian National Railway ... The town was designed by Canadian Northern's chief engineer, Henry Wicksteed, based loosely on Washington, D.C ...
Saskatchewan Highway 16 - History - Provincial Highway 5
... Highway 16 followed the surveyed grade of the Canadian Northern Railway, later the Canadian National Railway line between Saskatoon and the Alberta border at Lloydminster ... In 1903–1904 the Canadian Pacific Railway and the Grand Trunk Railway extended southeast from Saskatoon ... and William Mackenzie, owners of the Canadian Northern, to build from Manitoba to the Pacific ...

Famous quotes containing the words northern and/or canadian:

    [During the Renaissance] the Italians said, “We are one in the Father: we will go back.” The Northern races said, “We are one in Christ, we will go on.”
    —D.H. (David Herbert)

    We’re definite in Nova Scotia—’bout things like ships ... and fish, the best in the world.
    John Rhodes Sturdy, Canadian screenwriter. Richard Rossen. Joyce Cartwright (Ella Raines)