2 edition of Magnetite occurrences along the Central Ontario Railway found in the catalog.
Magnetite occurrences along the Central Ontario Railway
Canada. Mines Branch (1901-1936)
|Statement||by E. Lindeman.|
|LC Classifications||TN404.C4 O5 1913|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 23 p. and portfolio of 18 fold. maps.|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||gs 14000234|
This component of the company operates as the Exeter Subdivision. Approximate Mileage: 74 miles. With this release you will find the following features: - Vastly improved file structuring - Improved historical notes - Improved route tracing in southwestern Ontario New information is being added all the time. My personal goals are two-fold - to learn about railway history and to learn about Internet technology. On Pusey's death, Lash became executor of Pusey's estate and ran the line for a number of years.
Mulvey,also by Hugh S. Trying to decipher this complex web of legal ownership can be quite challenging. The original discovery of gold at surface was made in Left clicking any line or icon will in most cases bring up an information text box with a description of the subject. McMullen started looking for partners, and found Samuel Ritcheya businessman from Ohio who was looking for new ventures. Remaining Stations: There are a total of seven stations remaining along the line.
Mines Branch: Ottawa, Government printing bureau,also by Canada. Ormsby, Secretary for the CNoR, in order to get a clear title to the line. From that point the company turned to servicing other mines and sawmills in the area and constructed a number of branch lines. Graham Wilson, Octoberupdated November and 06 December The specific gravity values measured on core samples lie within the narrow range 2. Canadian Northern Railway by T.
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Steve Hunter I have been interested in local railway history since childhood, growing up along the CN Kingston Subdivision in Brockville and spending my summers on Prince Edward Island in the old family home. It's loaded with photos, maps, and illustrations.
Maynooth station is already in shabby condition. His photos and writing have appeared in a variety of magazines in Canada and internationally. In the s I and 2 others published Transit News Canada magazine.
Mines Branch and Canada. Canadian Northern Railway. Steel of Empire by John Murray Gibbon,Bobbs-Merrill Company was one of the first authoritative books on the building of the CPR - written about 50 years after the transcontinental line was built.
Progressive deformation sees the introduction of increasing proportions of quartz, calcite and pyrite, coarser epidote crystals, and minor magnetite, combined with increasing amounts of chlorite and biotite mica, and a reduction in apatite content.
Walter Wells page images at HathiTrust Canada. Millions more are needed for federally mandated upgrades. If you have links to websites that display images of railway stations anywhere in the province please forward them to me so that I may include the links with the station icons in the map.
Mulvey,also by R. They are as follows: 1. Mines Branch: Ottawa, F. This last is the only appreciably magnetic sample, though scattered magnetite crystals may attract a pen magnet in other lengths of the core. All samples except No.
Andrew Jeanes My interest in railway history has led me into the perils and pleasures of graduate school. Last Updated: December 30, Peter Provincial Park outside Maynooth. In the group purchased 70, acres of land for the mines, and transferred the deeds to the company. If it wasn't, I wouldn't be doing it.
On the edge of the most strongly sheared zone, coarser 0.Mineral Deposit Inventory for Ontario. Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines.
Book - Report on the iron ore deposits along the Kingston and Pembroke Railway in eastern Ontario, p. Publication Number: Book - Mineral Occurrences in the Renfrew area, p. The Central Ontario Railway (COR) in Ontario, Canada, ran west from Picton to Trenton, and then north from Trenton to the Maynooth area southeast of Algonquin Park.
The line started life as the Prince Edward Country Railway (PECR), running from Picton to Trenton where it connected with the Grand Trunk Railway's mainlines running along the shore of Lake Ontario.
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M. H. Coward and M. Barouch. May 05, · Short-line railways surviving, not thriving. The struggles of northeastern Ontario’s Huron Central Railway should be a “canary-in-the-coal-mine” warning that government needs to support small railroaders in the same manner that it subsidizes other modes of transportation, along with other required safety management systems.
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That is when a group of investors stepped forward with the money and know. Jan 28, · Eight kilometres to the north sits another considerably less conspicuous building that once performed a similar function to the downtown roundhouse.
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