|January 1906, No. 95||The Railway and Marine World (Toronto)||Page 29, col. 3|
G.T.R. betterments, construction, etc.
Track elevation at Montréal.—An intimation has been given to the Board of Railway Commissioners to the effect that the company's officers have under consideration the provision of a new station and the carrying out of extensive improvements at Montréal. It is stated that the improvements include the building of a new passenger station opposite the Bonaventure Station, on the north side of St. James St., the conversion of the present station into a freight depot, and the elevation of the tracks from the new station almost to Lachine. The estimated cost of the works is placed at $6,000,000. The plans have not been completed.