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81 Canada Railway News) Souvenir View Book of Scenic Canada
Photogelatine Engraving Co. Ltd., Ottawa, 1930, 
(Canada Railway News). Souvenir View Book of Scenic Canada. Ottawa : Photogelatine Engraving Co. Ltd., [1930s]. Pp. [45 plates]. Oblong 8vo, stapled brown card covers, lettered in black. Image captions : The Nova Scotian, Halifax, N.S.; Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia; Looking Seawards in Jumping Brook Valley, Cape Breton Highlands, National Park; Parliament Buildings Fredericton. New Brunswick; "A"- Bridges over Reversing Falls Saint John, New Brunswick; "B"- River and Tide Level at Stack Tide; "C"- Reversing Falls at High Tide; "D"- Falls at Low Tide; Queen St. Looking North, Charlcittetown, Prince Edward Island; This is the old Anne of Green Gables Home, showing "The Whispering Trees.' ; Tadoussac from Point Rouge; Chateau Frontenac showing Lower Town, Quebec; General View of Quebec City; Quebec Bridge Spanning the St. Lawrence River; Shawinigan Falls, P.Q.; C.N.R. Central Station, Montreal; Montreal from the Mountain; St. Joseph's Shrine, Montreal; Ottawa Canada showing the Canadian Houses of Parliament; The Thousand Island International Bridge showing Canadian Section; Down Town Business Section, Toronto; Provincial Parliament Buildings, Toronto; Central Section of Toronto Waterfront; Casa Loma, Toronto; City Hall, Toronto; "A"—Dunburn Castle and Museum, Hamilton; "B"—King Street East, Hamilton; "C" - Rock Garden, Hamilton; "D" - Hamilton Canada from the Mountain; "A"—Winter View of Niagara Falls; "B"—Horseshoe Falls, Canada; "C"—Aerial View of Niagara Falls; "D" - Spanish Aero Car over Niagara Gorge; Niagara Falls Canada showing Oakes Gardens; S.S. Northumberland in Welland Ship Canal; C.N.R. Station, London, Ontario; Peninsula Lake. Ontario; "A" - Ambassador Bridgem Windsor; "B" - Tunnel Busses in Detroit-Windsor Tunnel; "C" - Detroit Waterfront from Windsor, Canada; C.N.R. Station, Winnipeg, Manitoba; "A" - Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg; "B" - Grand Staircase, Parliament Buildings, Winnipeg; "C"- Old Fort Garry Gate, Winnipeg; "D" - Corner Portage Ave. and Main Street ; Wheat Fields in Western Canada; Parliament Buildings, Regina, Saskatchewan; Bessborough Hotel, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Second Avenue, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; The Macdonald, Edmonton, Alberta; Jasper Ave., Edmonton, Alberta; Jasper Park Lodge, Jasper National Park, Alberta; Vancouver Waterfront; Brockton Point, Stanley Park. Vancouver, B.C.; Aerial View of Vancouver, British Columbia; Fraser River near Mt. Robson, B.C.; Inner Harbour, Victoria, Br.tish Columbia. Spine torn, surface tear to back cover, else very good.40.00

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82 Canadian Historical Association PANTING, G.E. SMITH, Gaddis MOUNTAIN, G.J. Canadian Historical Association : Report, 1963 of the Annual Meeting held at Quebec June 5-8 of this year, with Historical Papers. Edited by John P. Heisler and Fernand Ouellet
Canadian Historical Association, Public Archives, Ottawa, 1963, 
(Canadian Historical Association). The Canadian Historical Association : Report, 1963 of the Annual Meeting held at Quebec June 5-8 of this year, withHistorical Papers. Edited by John P. Heisler and Fernand Ouellet. (Ottawa : Canadian Historical Association, Public Archives, 1963). Pp (4),[1]-226,(2). 8vo, tan printed card covers. Historical Papers : Presidential Address,by Hilda R. Neatby (pp 1-18); Honorius Provost's “La fondation du Séminair e de Québec” (pp 19-30); A.J.H. Richardson's “The Old City of Quebec and our Heritage in Architecture” (pp 31-41); Marcel Trudel's “La servitude de l'Eglise catholique sous le régime anglais” (pp 42-64); G.F. McGuigan's “Administration of Land Policy and the Growth of Corporate Economic Organizationin Lower Canada 1791-1809” (pp 65-73); T.S. Webster's “Ira Allen in Paris, 1800, planning a Canadian Revolution” (pp 74-80); C. Galardeau's “L'Abbé J oseph-Sabin Raymond et les grands romantiques français (1834-1857)” (pp 81-88); D.C. Masters's “G.J. Mountain: Frontier Bishop” (pp 89-101); A. Labarrère-Paulé's “L'instituteur laique canadien franéais au 19ème siècle” (pp 102-115); R.C. Brown's “The Commercial Unionists in Canada and the United States” (pp 116-124); P. Savard's “Jules-Paul Tardivel, un ultramontain devantles problèmes et les hommes de son temps” (pp 124-140); G.E. Panting's “Th e Fishermen's Protective Union of Newfoundland and the Farmers' Organizations in Western Canada” (pp 141-161); R. Sanfaçon's “La mise en culture de terres nouvelles dans la France médiévale: problèmes de méthode” (pp 152-161); J. Bosher's “Jacques Necker et l'Etat moderne” (pp 162-175); R.C. Croizier's “The Burma-China Railway: A Case Study of the Commercial and Official Mentality in Nineteenth Century Empire Building” (pp 176-183); G.M. Schawrz's “Liberalism in Germany, 1871-1914: A Problem in Political Taxonomy” (pp 184-193); Gaddis Smith's “The Clandestine Submarines of 1914-15; an Essay inthe History of the North Atlantic Triangle” (pp 194-203). Of nautical inte rest : G.E. Panting's “The Fishermen's Protective Union of Newfoundland andthe Farmers' Organizations in Western Canada” (pp 141-161); Gaddis Smith's “The Clandestine Submarines of 1914-15; an Essay in the History of the Nor th Atlantic Triangle” (pp 194-203). Some papers in French, some in English.Very good. 25.00

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83 Canadian Industrial Traffic League Twelve Lectures on Industrial Traffic Management given at the University ofToronto in the Fall & Winter of 1949-1950
Canadian Industrial Traffic League, Ontario Division, 1949, 
Canadian Industrial Traffic League. Twelve Lectures on Industrial Traffic Management given at the University of Toronto in the Fall & Winter of 1950-1951 . [N.pl.]: The Canadian Industrial Traffic League, Ontario Division, 1950. Pp. (4),[1]-148. 4to, printed grey duotang covers with blank spine. Contents: 1. J. Martin's "Passenger Transportation"; 2. F.W. Hobbs's "EconomicFactors in the Purchase of Transportation"; 3. G.F. Smith's "Freight Assoc iations in Canada and the United States"; 4. C.L. McCoy's "International Rates"; 5. W.C. Perron's "The National Harbours Board"; 6. W.J. Rae's "The Theory of Rate-making"; 7. R. Pirrie's "The Construction and Filing of Freight Tariffs"; 8. Chas. LaFerle's "The Railway Act and Railway Law"; 9. H.J. Levy's "Demurrage"; 10. O.H. Johnston's "Air Express and Air Cargo"; 11. K. Freeman's "Loss and Damage"; 12. H.E.B. Coyne's "The Board of Transport Commissioners". Some silverfishing to front cover, else vg. 30.00

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84 Canadian National Railways We Serve Our Nation
1950, 
Canadian National Railways. We Serve Our Nation. No place : Canadian National Railways, n.d. [ca 1950]. Pp 1-46,(2) + large folding route map at rear.Large 8vo, brown and tan stapled cardcovers. A magazine-style overview of the CNR, with 50 photos. The date on the folding map is given as 11-11-49. Contents: 1. What We Are: On Land - On Water (pp.9-11) - In the Air [with TCA being the property of CN]; 2. How We Serve: Carrying Freight and Express- Telegraphs - Hotels - Behind the Scenes - Research and Development; 3. W ho We Are; 4. How We Came to Be; 5. Courtesy and Service. Includes photos of the ferry Abegweit and several other vessels. Small stain to front cover,else very good. 45.00

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85 Canadian National Railways Canadian National Railways : June / Juin 22, 1947. Lines in / Lignes en Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York (Rouses Point & Messena), Quebec, Ontario (Ottawa=-Glen Robertson and Hearst-Goodwin)
Canadian National Railways, 1947, 
(Canadian National Railways). Canadian National Railways : June / Juin 22, 1947. Lines in / Lignes en Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York (Rouses Point & Messena), Quebec,Ontario (Ottawa=-Glen Robertson and Hearst-Goodwin). N.pl.: Canadian Natio nal Railways, 1947. Pp [1]-31,(1) including covers. Index. Square 8vo, tan stapled wrappers. Browned, corner and vertical crease, else good. 20.00

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86 Canadian National Railways Canadian National Railways : System Time Tables, February 29, 1948.
Canadian National Railways, 1948, 
(Canadian National Railways). Canadian National Railways : System Time Tables, February 29, 1948. N.pl.: Canadian National Railways, 1948. Pp 1-84. Maps. Square 8vo, blue stapled wrappers. Spine and margins browned, short tear to rear pages, else good. 30.00

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87 Canadian National Railways) Canada : Atlantic to Pacific
Canadian National Railways, 1925, 
(Canadian National Railways). Canada : Atlantic to Pacific. Descriptive of the Dominion from Ocean to Ocean. N.pl.: Canadian National Railways, [ca. 1925]. Pp. 210. Illustrated. Large folding map at the rear. 8vo, blue ill. card covers, untitled spine. Rear hinge broken, spine detached, small inkstamp to rear cover, lightly rubbed, else vg. 40.00

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88 Canadian National Railways) Scenic Canada : Across Canada by way of Canada's Great Scenic Route
Canadian National Railways, 1929, 
(Canadian National Railways). Scenic Canada : Across Canada by way of Canada's Great Scenic Route . [N.pl.]: (Canadian National Railways, 1929). Pp. (96). Unpaginated. Illustrated. Double column. Oblong 8vo, decorated yarn-bound grey card covers. A photographic cross-Canada journal showcasing the natural beauty of the country's scenic rail route. Includes a panoramic map near rear showing all the stops on the Canadian National Railways system, extending into the Grand Trunk Railway System and the Central Vermont Railway. Photos of Nova Scotia interest (early in the volume) include: Halifax - Old Clock Tower, Citadel Hill; Chester; Yarmouth - "noted for its beautiful hedges"; Lunenburg; Musquodoboit River - "salmon fishing"; The Margaree valley; The Wentworth Valley - "as seen from the Ocean Limited". Faint dampstain to bottom left corner of front cover, a couple of tape-repaired tears tothe leaves: "The Margaree Valley/The Wentworth Valley" and "Canadian Natio nal Railways Car Ferry/Provincial Legislative Buildings" (pp. 13-16), else vg. 65.00

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89 Canadian National Railways) Scenic Canada : [Across Canada by way of Canada's Great Scenic Route]. 1925 ed.
Canadian National Railways, 1925, 
(Canadian National Railways). Scenic Canada : [Across Canada by way of Canada's Great Scenic Route] . [N.pl.]: (Canadian National Railways, 1925). Pp.(96). Unpaginated. Illustrated. Double column. Oblong 8vo, decorated bluis h-grey card covers with raised gold letters to front and blank spine. A photographic cross-Canada journal showcasing the natural beauty of the country's scenic rail route. Includes a panoramic map near rear showing all the stops on the Canadian National Railways system, extending into the Grand Trunk Railway System and the Central Vermont Railway. Photos of Nova Scotia interest (early in the volume) include: Halifax - Old Clock Tower, Citadel Hill; Chester; Yarmouth - "noted for its beautiful hedges"; Lunenburg; Musquodoboit River - "salmon fishing"; The Margaree valley; The Wentworth Valley -"as seen from the Ocean Limited". Light edgewear, else a very nice copy. 7 5.00

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90 Canadian National Railways) Scenic Canada : [Across Canada by way of Canada's Great Scenic Route]. 1925 ed. faint soiling.
Canadian National Railways, 1925, 
(Canadian National Railways). Scenic Canada : [Across Canada by way of Canada's Great Scenic Route] . [N.pl.]: (Canadian National Railways, 1925). Pp.(96). Unpaginated. Illustrated. Double column. Oblong 8vo, decorated grey string-bound card covers with raised brown letters to front and blank spine. A photographic cross-Canada journal showcasing the natural beauty of the country's scenic rail route. Includes a panoramic map near rear showing allthe stops on the Canadian National Railways system, extending into the Gra nd Trunk Railway System and the Central Vermont Railway. Photos of Nova Scotia interest (early in the volume) include: Halifax - Old Clock Tower, Citadel Hill; Chester; Yarmouth - "noted for its beautiful hedges"; Lunenburg; Musquodoboit River - "salmon fishing"; The Margaree valley; The Wentworth Valley - "as seen from the Ocean Limited". Faint dampsoiling to front cover (upper left front corner) and head of spine, creasing to upper right front corner, faint vertical crease, rear hinge tender, else vg. 50.00

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91 Canadian National) Pictou Lodge
Canadian National Railways, Montreal, 1930, 
(Canadian National Railways). Pictou Lodge : Near the Historic Town of Pictou, Nova Scotia. (Montreal: Canadian National Railways), [1930?]. Pp. [16].Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated stapled white card covers. A promotional pam phlet for the Pictou Lodge hotel - Pictou, being a stop along the Canadian National Railway's Nova Scotia line. Rubbed, pp. [8-11] loose but present, else vg. 25.00

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92 Canadian Pacific Railway - Ephemera) Gold in Kootenay, Boundary Country and Cariboo Reached by the Canadian Pacific Railway. August, 1899
Canadian Pacific Railway, Montreal, 1899, 
(Canadian Pacific Railway - Ephemera). Gold in Kootenay, Boundary Country and Cariboo Reached by the Canadian Pacific Railway. August, 1899. [Montreal] : (Canadaian Pacific Railway), August 1899. One 18 by 28 inch folded sheet printed on both sides, divided into 28 panels, illustrated with 2 maps and 12 illustrations. A booklet promoting British Columbia's Mineral Wealth, with much information on Kootenay, the Border Country, and Cariboo. Pamphlet outlining British Columbia mining laws and directions of how to access mineral resources. Tears along some folds, pencilled names, else very good. Scarce. 200.00

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93 Canadian Pacific Railway) Diary of a Voyage to Europe : Friday.
Canadian Pacific Railway, 1919, 
(Canadian Pacific Railway). Diary of a Voyage to Europe : Friday. Empress Mail. S.l.: (Canadian Pacific Railway), [1919]. Pp [12], folding map at rear. 8vo, stapled card covers, paper label to front. Slightly rubbed, pencilling to front, else vg. 35.00

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94 Canadian Pacific Railway) LAVALLÉE, Omer (ed.) Canadian Pacific Railway Diagrams and Data (Steam Locomotives). reprint
Railfare Enterprises Limited, 1985, ISBN:0919130453 
(Canadian Pacific Railway). Canadian Pacific Railway Diagrams and Data (Steam Locomotives). (Toronto): Railfare Enterprises Limited, 1985. Reproduced from the official book Classification and Dimensions of Locomotives, published in January, 1945. Pp. 72. Illustrated with drawings and specifications for the steam locomotives. 4to, blue ill. card covers. Very good. 40.00

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95 Canadian Pacific) STUART, R.N. KIRKPATRICK, W.M. DUFF, M. Factors in Railway and Steamship Operation
Canadian Pacific Railway Foundation Library, 1937, 
(Canadian Pacific). Factors in Railway and Steamship Operation. Assembled and Edited by the General Publicity Department. N.pl.: Canadian Pacific Railway Foundation Library, 1937. Pp 223. 8vo, red limp cloth. Chapters of nautical interest : "Steamship Freight Problems" by W.M. Kirkpatrick (pp.161-166); "Problems of Steamship Operations" by M. McD. Duff (pp.167-173); and "Operating an Atlantic Liner" by Captain R.N. Stuart (pp.174-180). Vg. 30.00

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96 Canadian Railway Museum Canadian Railway Museum / Le Musée Ferroviaire Canadian : A project of Canadian Railroad Historical Association / Un projet de la Société Historique Canadienne du chemin de fer.
Canadian Railway Historical Association, Montreal , 1965, 
(Canadian Railway Museum). Canadian Railway Museum / Le Musée Ferroviaire Canadian : A project of Canadian Railroad Historical Association / Un projetde la Société Historique Canadienne du chemin de fer. (Montreal : Canadian Railway Historical Association, 1965). Pp (16) unpaginated. Illustrated.in black-and-white and 2 tipped-in colour plates. Oblong 8vo, white comb-boun d, illustrated brown card covers. “This booklet is designed as a word-and-picture description of the Canadian Railroad Historical Association and its project, the Canadian Railway Museum – Musée Ferroviaire Canadien. The C.R.H.A. Is seeking financial assistance from corporations and individuals sharing its interest in preserving an important part of Canada's heritage.” - from the inside front cover. Text in English only. Very good. 15.00

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97 Canadian Summer Olympic Games, Canada Games 1969 HINES, Sherman Alone / Solitude
Maritime Photoengravers Limited, Halifax, N.S , 1980, 
HINES, Sherman. Alone / Solitude. Photographs by Sherman Sherman Hines. (Halifax, N.S : Canadian Summer Olympic Games, 1969). "Published by Maritime Photoengravers Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. First Printing. Unpaginated. Pp [20], with 2 leaves folding out. Illustrated. Square 8vo, stapledgrey cardcovers. An early Sherman Hines project, done shortly after his gr aduation from the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara. "Alone was published in hounor of the Canadian athletes on the occasion of the first Canadian Summer Olympic Games, Canada Games 1969, Halifax and Dartmouth,N.S. = Solitude a é´té´ publié en l'honneur des athletes Canadiens à l'occ asion des premiers jeux Olympiques d'eté du Canada, Jeux Canada 1969, Halifax et Dartmouth, N.-E." - rear inside cover. The front cover has a small b&w photo of a runner running by B.G. Oxner's Grocery shop on Lincoln Street in Lunenburg. Inside there are several other photos of the same young man running in Lunenburg (including 4 in a fold-out of him running along the tracks at the Lunenburg Railway Station). The last few are shot at a shore. There is a short uncredited text in both English and French, beginning, What was the name of that movie? "What Makes Sammy Run?" What Makes Me Run? Alone. Very good. 50.00

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98 Canadian Transportation Research Forum IRCHA, M.C. PROKOP, D. CHRISTIE, J. Shaking Up Canada's Transportation Systems to Meet Future Needs / Secouer les systèmes de transports au Canada pour faire face aux besoins futurs : Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Conference / Actes de la 43è Conférence annuelle, Moncton, New Brunswick
Canadian Transportation Research Forum CTRF, Woodstock, Ontario , 2008, ISBN:9780973744033 
(Canadian Transportation Research Forum). Shaking Up Canada's Transportation Systems to Meet Future Needs / Secouer les systèmes de transports au Canada pour faire face aux besoins futurs : Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Conference / Actes de la 43è Conférence annuelle, Moncton, New Brunswick, June 1-4 juin, 2008. (Woodstock, Ontario : CTRF, 2008). Pp (2),[i]-vi,(2),1-713,(1). Maps. 8vo, illustrated white card covers. Of nautical interest : Section XV. – Port Possibilities. 1. “Opportunities and Challenges Facing Canadian Ports” by M.C. Ircha (pp 612-626). 2. “The Past as Prologue: Alaska as aCrucible in North American Maritime History” by D. Prokop (pp 627-641). 3. :Potential Options for Improving the Distribution of Asian Sourced Retail Freight Arriving Through the Port of Halifax” by J. Christie and M. Gunter (pp 642-654). Sections : I. Transportation Issues. II. Transportation Costs. III. Trucker's Issues. IV. Rail Policy. V. Gateways and Corridors. VI. Railway Safety Act Review. VII. Air Interfaces. VIII. Road Use. IX. LogisticsManagement in Canada. X. Road Infrastructure. XI. Green Transport. XII. Tr ansportation Challenges. XIII. Supply Chains. XIV. Transport in NAFTA. XV. Port Possibilities. Very good. 30.00

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99 CANFIELD, Joseph M. Central Electric Railfans Assocaition Bulletin 112 TM : The Milwaukee Electric Railway & Light Company. 1st in dj.
Central Electric Railfans Association, inc., Chicago, IL, 1972, 
CANFIELD, Joseph M. TM : The Milwaukee Electric Railway & Light Company . (Chicago): Central Electric Railfans Association, Inc., (1972). First American Printing. Pp. [i]-xii,1-563,(1). Illustrated. Double column. 4to, forestgreen cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine. Bulletin number 112 of the Central Electric Railfans Association, Inc. A thorough history ofthe M ilwaukee Electric Railway and Light Company, which grew in notoriety under the direction of John I. Beggs in the 1890s. The company was prominent in developing interurban rail lines throughout the central states. "Even as thelast interurban ran in 1951, and the last streetcar in 1958, the inadequac y of replacement technology was already becoming painfully apparent." - from the dj. Vg in very lightly nicked, unclipped dj. 100.00

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100 Cape Breton View Book) Islands of the Gulf : Cape Breton and Prince Edward
W.G. MacFarlane / The Canada Railway News Co., Limited, Toronto, 0, 
(Cape Breton View Book). The Islands of the Gulf : Cape Breton and Prince Edward. Toronto : "Published by W.G. MacFarlane, Saturday Night Building, Toronto, Expressly for The Canada Railway News Co., Limited", n.d. Pp (24), unpaginated. Photo-illustrated. Oblong 8vo, card covers. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 2239. 10 Cape Breton views including the centre spread "The Site of Greater Sydney". 11 P.E.I. views. Inside cover has this in both the "Railway Series Photo Albums" and the "Scenic Canada Photo Album Series". Covers rubbed and waterstained and detached from the body, leaves soiled. As is. 40.00

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