|Structure:||150 ton coaling plant|
(Ontario County, Mara Township)
|1935-08-23/1935-09-06||CNR tenders for 150-ton reinforced concrete coaling plant structureNAC RG30 Vol. 14895; The Globe (Toronto), Tuesday, August 27, 1935, p. 12, c. 8.|
|1935-09-13||CNR contracts with E. P. Muntz, Ltd. Toronto for
complete construction ... of 150-ton reinforced concrete coaling plant structure, exclusive of machinery NAC RG30 Vol. 14895.
|1935-11-01||CNR contracts with Stephens-Adamson Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Belleville, for
manufacture, delivery and installation of machinery for Washago Coaling PlantNAC RG30 Vol. 14895.
|1936-02-05||CNR Chief Engineer advises Purchasing Department that
machinery has been fully installed, is working satisfactorily and ... there are no objections to making final payment to Stephens-Adamson Manufacturing Company, LimitedNAC RG30 Vol. 14895.
|1942-12-09||Escaped German prisoner of war Aberhard Willdermuth is captured after having been sighted near the coaling towerReading Eagle, Wednesday, December 9, 1942, p. 6, c. 1.|
Ken Davis photo
|Looking south from the north junction switch towards the "lever shack", Severn River bridge and coaling tower.
Gene Burles photo
|Looking north along Newmarket Subdivision to coaling tower in distance with Ontario Northland train on the Bala Subdivision.|
Gene Burles photo
|Looking north from Washago yard on the Newmarket Subdivision to coaling tower in distance with freight train on Bala Subdivision.|
Steve Bradley photo
|Coaling tower as seen from cab of the Canadian northbound on the Newmarket subdivision approaching home signal 987 at Washago. The Bala subdivision joins from the right.|
|1954c||J.P. Smith||C.N.Rys.||150-ton coaling plant.||General layout, N-Scale drawing|