Canadian Pacific's Electric Lines: Grand River Railway and the Lake Erie & Northern Railway

By: Roth, George

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0919487211 32 pages. Map, car rosters and many black and white archival photos. "The name Canadian Pacific Electric Lines is the unofficial title given to the small electric railways leased by Canadian Pacific in Southern Ontario in the early 1900s. These began in Waterloo County between Galt and Preston and the first line, the Galt and Preston Street Railway opened on July 26, 1894." - from page one. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. Bit of sticker remnant atop front cover. Sound copy of this excellent reference.

Title: Canadian Pacific's Electric Lines: Grand River Railway and the Lake Erie & Northern Railway

Author Name: Roth, George

Categories: Canadian History, Transportation,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Canada, British Railway Modellers of North America: 1987

ISBN Number: 0919487211

ISBN Number 13: 9780919487215

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 105A0801

Keywords: Canadian Pacific's Electric Lines: Grand River Railway and the Lake Erie & Northern Railway Canadian Pacific Electric Lines is the unofficial title given to the small electric railways leased by Canadian Pacific in Southern Ontario in the early 1900s. These began in Waterloo County between Galt and Preston and the first line, the Galt and Preston Street Railway,