1836-1986: A Tribute to Canada's First Railway on its Sesquincentenial

Type of resource
Title
1836-1986: A Tribute to Canada's First Railway on its Sesquincentenial
Abstract
The Champlain and Saint Lawrence Railway Company built the first railway in Canada, between St. John (now St-Jean-sur-Richelieu) and La Prairie, in 1836. The company was financed by Montreal entrepreneur and brewery owner, John Molson (1763-1836).
Place
St-Constant , QC
Publisher
Canadian Railroad Historical Association
Date
1986
Language
en
Citation
1836-1986: A Tribute to Canada’s First Railway on Its Sesquincentenial. St-Constant , QC: Canadian Railroad Historical Association, 1986.
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