|December 24, 1927||Railway Age||Vol. 83 No. 26|
Canadian National.—Plans are being considered for the construction of a new station at Hamilton, Ont., to cost about $1,000,000. The project will involve not only the building but laying of new track at the terminal. Thid road also has under construction a new hotel at Halifax, to have 160 bedrooms, and be designed for later additional stories to give it an ultimate capacity of 300 rooms. Combined with the hotel a new terminal is being planned, a structure to be 180 ft. by 100 ft. The project involves landscaping and rebuilding of roadway approaches.
Hamilton's new station is described in Railway Age, August 20, 1932, 93(8), pp. 246-250.