January 1905, No. 83 The Railway and Shipping World (Toronto) Page 11, col. 2

Railway development.

Projected lines, surveys, construction, betterments, etc.


Grand Valley Ry. (Electric).—The extension of the line from Paris to Galt, Ont., which has been under construction during the year, has been completed, and has been placed in operation. The line, which now extends from Brantford to Galt, via Paris and St. George, is about 20 miles long; the newly completed portion is about 13 miles. The line was constructed by the Von Echa Co., Woodstock, Ont., which also constructed the Woodstock, Thames Valley and Ingersoll Ry. (Electric), and took over the Brantford Street Ry. The company has been operating the line from Brantford to Paris on Sundays as well as week days, and started to do the same over the extension. Application has been made at the instance of a number of residents in Galt for an injunction to prevent running of cars on Sundays within the limits of the city. (Dec., 1904, Pg. 421.)

Railways: G.V.Ry.