|January 1914, No. 191||Canadian Railway and Marine World (Toronto)||Page 23, col. 3|
Grand Trunk Railway betterments, construction, etc.
Stratford station and yards.—The new station at Stratford, Ont., has been practically completed, and the staffs of the several departments have taken up their new quarters. The majority of the tracks in the yard have been rearranged, and have been raised 3 ft. above the old level in the vicinity of the new station, and to meet this the bridge across Wellington St. is being raised. It is not expected, however, to have the entire work in the yards completed until the spring.
Press reports state that plans are being prepared for the building of an additional 20 stalls to the locomotive house, and that work will be started early in the spring.