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Report of engineers on the separation of grades in connection with the railway lines along the water front and on the proposed Union Station [electronic resource].

Related Names: Parsons, William Barclay 1859-1932.
Language(s): English
Published: [Toronto] : City of Toronto, 1907.
Subjects: Union Station (Toronto, Ont.)
Union Station (Toronto, Ont.)
Gares > Ontario > Toronto > Conception et construction.
Chemins de fer > Ontario > Toronto.
Railroads > Ontario > Toronto.
Railroad stations > Ontario > Toronto > Design and construction.
Note: Reports submitted by W. Barclay Parsons, C.B. Smith, C.H. Rust, R. M. Berrian and John W. Moyes.
ISBN: 0665840233
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