|November 1912, No. 177||Canadian Railway and Marine World (Toronto)||Page 559, col. 1|
Grand Trunk Railway betterments, construction, etc.
Montréal.—An arrangement has been completed between the company and the Montréal city council to divert the line of St. Etienne street so as to improve the approaches to the Victoria Jubilee bridge, and to extend the freight yard there.
The council has granted a permit for the erection of a six-story solid brick building for freight offices, on the corner of Wellington and St. Etienne streets, at an estimated cost of $90,000. As announced in our last issue the contract for the building has been let to the John S. Metcalf Co., Montréal.