|August 1920, No. 270||Canadian Railway and Marine World (Toronto)||Page 436, col. 3|
Grand Trunk Railway construction, betterments, etc.
London track elevation.—A press report states that City Engineers report on the G.T.R. track elevation problem in London, Ont., is ready for presentation to the city council. A report is also, it is aaid, being prepared by G.T.R. engineers. The City Engineer's report will, it is stated, deal with subways, at Rectory and Waterloo streets, and an overhead bridge at Egerton St., to take care of the eastern section of the city; a subway at Rideout St., to give uninterrupted communication between north and south London; while questions connected with the crossings at Richmond, Clarence and Wellington Streets are held over, pending further development of plans for a union station. (July, pg. 388.)