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1909 Pamphlet Grand Trunk Railway Trains 3 and 4 "International"

$65.00 CAD

                         Trains 3 and 4
               Grand Trunk Railway System
             Route of the International Limited
The International Double-Track Route: Chicago,
Detroit, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston, New York


Filled with pictures:

  • Standard passenger train (steam locomotive)
  • The Gore, Hamilton
  • Toronto, from the Legislative Building
  • Steamer “Tashmoo” entering St. Clair Locks
  • GTR double-track bridge over Niagara River
  • Interiors of passenger cars
  • Views of Lehigh valley, between Niagara Falls and New York
  • The “Wawa” Hotel, Lake of Bays
  • ...

Book gives a travelogue of sites along rail line. Last page has Grand Trunk Agencies in Canada, U.S. and Europe.

Inside back cover has colour map of the GTR system

32 pages + covers

Covers bit stained and aged, but complete. LR/LL corners of several pages are creased or gnawed away (~1/4”) not affecting text.


The Grand Trunk Railway (reporting mark GT) was a railway system that operated in the Canadian provinces of Quebec and Ontario, and in the American states of Connecticut, Maine, Michigan, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont. The railway was operated from headquarters in Montreal, Quebec, with corporate headquarters in London, England (4 Warwick House Street). The Grand Trunk, its subsidiaries, and the Canadian Government Railways were precursors of today's Canadian National Railways.

GTR's main line ran from Portland, Maine to Montreal, and then from Montreal to Sarnia, Ontario, where it joined its western subsidiary.

The GTR had three important subsidiaries during its lifetime:

  • Central Vermont Railway which operated in Quebec, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.
  • Grand Trunk Pacific Railway which operated in Northwestern Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia.
  • Grand Trunk Western Railroad which operated in Michigan, Indiana, and Illinois.