January 1921, No. 275 Canadian Railway and Marine World (Toronto) Page 10, col. 2

Grand Trunk Railway construction, betterments, etc.


London Subway.—G. A. Mountain, Chief Engineer, Board of Railway Commissioners, is said to have recommended the elevation of the tracks at Rectory St., 6 ft., and the construction of a subway there, the work to be fitted in with the general plan of grade separation. The estimated cost of the subway is $250,000, towards which the Dominion Government is expected to provide $15,000 from the grade separation fund. The matter was discussed by the city council's railway crossing's committee Dec. 13, when it was decided to ask the Board of Railway Commissioners to direct the subway to be built and to apportion the cost between the city, the G.T.R., and the London St. Ry.

Railways: G.T.Ry.

Stations: London