|May 1923, No. 303||Canadian Railway and Marine World (Toronto)||Page 209, col. 2|
Canadian National Railways construction, betterments, etc.
Co-ordination, Eastern Lines.—Installation of 2 additional signals and low voltage junction switch operating machine, in connection with existing automatic signals at Chaudiere. Provision of track connection at Joffre. Completion of terminal facilities, rearrangement of yard, additional trackage and paving of roadways at Québec. Provision of additional yard trackage at Limoilou. Double tracking on St. Charles River bridge and approaches thereto between Limoilou and Parent Square, Québec. Construction of 6 mile connection between C.G.R., near Dombourh, and C.N.R. at Donnacona, with a view to abandonment of 25.7 miles of Canadian Northern Ry. between Donnacona and Allenby Jct. Completion of connection between C.N.R. and G.T.R and improvements of water supply at Hawkesbury. Continuation of work paving team roadways at Cherry St. yard, Toronto. Completion of installation of 75 ft. turntable at Howland. Construction of spur track at Brockville between G.T.R. Manitoba yard and C.N.R. track. Construction of 60-car capacity storage siding, at Washago. Completion of connection between G.T.R. and C.N.R. and track alterations at Napanee, also construction of a new joint station at Napanee. Provision of new baggage room at North Bay.
Railways: C.G.Rys., C.N.Rys., G.T.Ry.
Stations: Brockville Yard, Hawkesbury, Howland, Napanee, North Bay, Washago