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An Act to establish the Atlantic and St. Lawrence Railroad Company
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 21997|
|Contributions||Atlantic and St. Lawrence Rail Road Co., Maine.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (9 fr.).|
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[Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified], [?]. Get this from a library. An act to establish the Atlantic and St. Lawrence Railroad Company. [David Chisholme]. AN ACT to establish the Atlantic and St. Lawrence Railroad Company. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represent-2 atives in Legislature assembled-as follows: 3 SECTION I.
William P. Preble, Josiah S. Little, L1 John Mussey, John B. Brown, George Turner, 5 John Anderson, St. John Smith, Charles Cobb, John. The St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad (reporting mark SLR), known as St-Laurent et Atlantique Quebec (reporting mark SLQ) in Canada, is a short-line railway operating between Portland, Maine, on the Atlantic Ocean, and Montreal, Quebec, on the St.
Lawrence crosses the Canada–US border at Norton, Vermont, and Stanhope, Quebec, and is owned by short-line operator Genesee & arters: Auburn, Maine. The company was incorporated on Novemas the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada to build a railway line between Montreal and Toronto.
The charter was soon extended east to Portland, Maine and west to Sarnia, Canada the GTR purchased the St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railway from Montreal to the Canada East – Vermont border, and the parent company Atlantic and St.
The Atlantic and St. Lawrence Railroad arrived inwhich, along with the Boston and Maine, the Maine Central, and the Kennebec and Portland Railroads, made Portland the closest year-round ocean port for the cities on the St.
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Full text of "The railroad laws of Maine: containing all public and private acts and resolves, relating to railroads in said state, with references to decisions of Supreme Judicial Court: also a digest of the decisions of the courts of said State, on the subject of railroads, and copies of all mortgages, deeds of trust, leases and contracts, made by said railroads".
The Atlantic & St. Lawrence Rail Road, the first line built from Portland, Maine, to Montreal, Quebec, was established to carry traffic from the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence waterway to an Atlantic port.
Chartered in Februaryground was broken in July of the following year; the last segment of the line was finally opened in July The seaway, made up of a system of canals, locks, and dredged waterways, extends a distance of nearly 2, miles, from the Atlantic Ocean through the Gulf of St.
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Lawrence & Atlantic Railroad Company S. Lawrence & Atlantic Railroad Company CLAIM THIS BUSINESS. FRST FLGHT DR STE AUBURN, ME Get Directions () Business Info. Founded ; Incorporated ; Annual Revenue $6,; Employee Count 69; Industries Railroads.
Our records show it was established in and incorporated in Maine. Current estimates show this company has an annual revenue of and employs a staff of approximately St Lawrence & Atlantic Railroad Company is an unclaimed page.
Claim it for free to: Update listing information. Respond to reviews. Access credit score report.and the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada East (Montreal to Rivière-du-Loup), the Toron-to & Guelph Railway Company, the St.
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