|January 1905, No. 83||The Railway and Shipping World (Toronto)||Page 11, col. 1|
Projected lines, surveys, construction, betterments, etc.
Central Counties Ry.—The Dominion Parliament will be asked next session for an act amending the act incorporating this company, and authorizing the construction of a bridge with the necessary connections and from a point on the line which the company is authorized to construct near Point Fortune, on the south side of the Ottawa River, to near Carillon, Que., on the north side of the river; and a railway thence to Montréal; also for an extension of time for the construction of its lines; an increase of its powers in respect of uncompleted portions of its line, and power to amalgamate with other railway companies. The C.C. Ry. extends from Glen Robertson on the Canada Atlantic Ry. to Hawkesbury, Ont., 21 miles, and from South Indian, on the C.A. Ry., to Rockland, Ont., 16 miles, which lines are leased to the Canada Atlantic Ry.
Railways: C.A.Ry., C.C.Ry.