|September 1920, No. 271||Canadian Railway and Marine World (Toronto)||Page 490, col. 3|
Grand Trunk Railway construction, betterments, etc.
London track elevation.—The report of the City Engineer on the proposed elevation of the G.T.R. tracks in the city is under consideration by the City of London's crossings committee. The report is said to recommend the placing of subways in the east end of the city, at Adelaide and Rectory Sts., and an overhead walkway for pedestrians at Egerton St. The cost of the subways, it is suggested, be borne 40% by the city and 60% by the railway. The position of affairs in the west end is not dealt with, as it is expected that the Canadian National Rys. will take steps, at an early date, to erect station in conjunction with the Canadian Pacific Ry. and the London & Port Stanley Ry. (Aug., pg. 436.)