|January 18, 1935||B.R.C. File No. 39310.18 (Tweed Sub. - Tweed to Bannockburn) (Ottawa)|
The Board of Railway Commissioners
Canadian National Railways hereby applies to the Board under Section 165A of the Railway Act, Section 2, Subsection 3 of the Canadian National-Canadian Pacific Act, 1933, and all other appropriate statutory provisions, for an Order granting it leave to abandon the operation of the following line of railway, namely:—
A portion of the Tweed Subdivision in the Province of Ontario, between Tweed (M. 33.9) and Bannockburn (M. 53.4) — a distance of 19.5 miles.
In support of this application, the Applicant submits herewith a statement setting forth a general description of the line, its special industrial relationships, its revenue and expenses for the year October 1930 to September 1931 and for the calendar year 1933, an analysis of its freight traffic for the same years, and a map of the territory through which it runs. It is requested that this matter be set down for hearings at an early date.
A copy of this application and the statement submitted herewith is being sent to the persons named below.
Dated at the City of Montréal this eighteenth day of January 1935.
Copies sent to:—
Premier, Province of Ontario - Toronto Reeve, Village of Tweed - ) Clerk, Hungerford Township - Thamesburg ) Clerk, Elzevir & Grim Townships - Queensboro ) Ont. Clerk, Madoc Township - Madoc ) President, Board of Trade - Tweed )
Stations: Actinolite, Allans, Bannockburn, Queensboro, Tweed