|April 1917, No. 230||Canadian Railway and Marine World (Toronto)||Page 155, col. 1|
Electric railway projects, construction, betterments, etc.
Lake Erie and Northern Ry.—The new Union Station in Brantford, Ont., of which an illustrated description was given in Canadian Railway and Marine World,
Aug.1916, pg. 240, was opened for use Mar. 12. It is being used by the Brantford and Hamilton Ry., as well as by the L.E. and N.Ry.
Negotiations are sill in progress between the company and the G.T.R. with reference to the route of the electric railway entry into Port Dover, Ont., It is desired to secure an entry over the tracks of the G.T.R., but in the event of this not being possible, the company will build its own line on St. Patrick St. (
Mar. 1916, pg. 46.)
Railways: B. & H.E.Ry., G.T.Ry., L.E. & N.Ry.
Stations: Port Dover