August 1904, Vol. 38, No. 8 Railway Age (New York) Page 254, col. 1


Foreign construction



James Bay.—Contracts for the construction of this railroad from Toronto to Parry Sound are reported to have been let Angus Sinclair, and the firm of A. R. Mann & Archie Mackenize. The report states that Mr. Sinclair, who has the construction of the Parry Sound end of the line, has just finished construction of 100 miles of work for Mackenzie, Mann & Co., including grading and masonry in Nova Scotia, and that A. R. Mann and Archie Mackenzie have been engaged on several contracts on various portions of the Canadian Northern in Manitoba and the Northwest territories. The contracts call for the completion of the work by September, 1905. It is expected that contracts will be let within a few days for the construction of the line between Parry Sound and Sudbury. The Toronto terminals are not included in the contracts just awarded.

Railways: C.No.Ry., J.B.Ry.

Stations: Parry Sound, Toronto