Three GTR ticket stubs from South Durham PQ (1918 and 1921)
– Sold Out
Nice set of three ticket stubs for travel on the Grand Trunk Railway system, all leaving from the South Durham Station in the Eastern Townships of Quebec.
Child’s Ticket, Stamped ‘1/2’, One Way, Second Class, Destination Donly (Ontario). Back stamped ‘Grand Trunk Ry System MAY 27 1918 South Durham Que'. Punch-hole.
One Way, First Class, Destination Portland Maine, Fare $7.35-10. Back stamped ‘Grand Trunk Ry System SEP 19 1918 South Durham Que'. Punch-hole.
One Way, Second Class, Destination St Laurent(?Quebec), Fare $1.90. Back stamped ‘G.T.R.SYS. MAR 30 21 South Durham Que'. Punch-hole.
6.5 x 4.75 cm.
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.