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Report on the Intercolonial Railway exploratory survey [electronic resource] : made under instructions from the Canadian government in the year 1864 / by Sandford Fleming.

Main Author: Fleming, Sandford, Sir, 1827-1915
Language(s): English
Published: [Ottawa? : s.n.], 1868
Subjects: Intercolonial Railway (Canada).
Intercolonial Railway (Canada).
Chemins de fer > Canada.
Chemins de fer > Technologie.
Railroads > Canada.
Railroad engineering.
Note: Tables.
"Printed by order of the House of Commons."
"Also observations of Mr. Wilkinson upon Major Robinson's report on the proposed trunk line of railway from Halifax to Quebec, and Major Robinson' s reply thereto."
ISBN: 0665061072
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