Known as the Oakville Subdivision, Canadian National's main line between Toronto and Hamilton was Canada's busiest railway throughout the steam era. Canadian Pacific had running rights over the line for both freight and passenger traffic and since they pooled their locomotives with both the Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railway and the New York Central there was a wide variety of power used. This volume provides a complete pictorial coverage of a typical day watching trains in the last two decades of steam operation. B&W photographs throughout, many full page. 1988 Boston Mills Press. Hardcover with protected dw. Good condition, shelf wear, rubbing, minor nicks and losses to dw. 267pp. I0-0BIH-M6OI
Steam At Oakville. A Day On The Oakville Subdivision (Paterson)
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