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  • A Letter Informing about the Erection of the Foot Bridge over the Grand Trunk Railway
        A letter to the Town Clerk (Paris, Ont.) informing that the Railway Commission has approved the erection of a foot bridge over the Grand Trunk Railway opposite the premises of the International Harvester Co.
      A letter to the Town Clerk (Paris, Ont.) informing that the Railway ...
  • Railway Crossing on Grand River Street North
        No. 1, 20 feet from crossing.
      No. 1, 20 feet from crossing.
  • Engineer Reverse Key for Diesel Locomotives
        This is engineer reverse key for diesel locomotives.
      This is engineer reverse key for diesel locomotives.
  • Grand Valley Railway Car, South Paris
        First glimpse of Paris going in from Brantford.
      First glimpse of Paris going in from Brantford.
  • Passenger Car on Last Run of Lake Erie and Northern Railway, 1955
        (On original matting) PS 195 LAST RUN OF A LAKE ERIE AND NORTHERN PASSENGER CAR April 24, 1955 [sic] Negative by Kay Tew Marshall; Enlargment by D.A. Smith. Property of Paris Historical Society
      (On original matting) PS 195 LAST RUN OF A LAKE ERIE AND ...
  • Parisians Awaiting Royal Train carrying King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, June 7, 1939
        (On original matting) Waiting for the royal train to arrive. June 7, '39. By D.A. Smith
      (On original matting) Waiting for the royal train to arrive. June 7, ...
  • Passengers Waiting at Paris Junction Station
        This photograph shows a group of passengers waiting outside the Paris Junction Station. The tracks carried trains from both the Great Western Railway and Buffalo-Goderich Railway lines, and both companies shared the station. This photo shows the third rail on the tracks, which was used to allow American freight cars ...
      This photograph shows a group of passengers waiting outside the Paris Junction ...
  • Paris Railway Station, c. 1928
        (On original matting) Canadian National Railway Station, Paris, Ont. Railway Station c. 1928 Broadway St. Copied and enlarged by D.A. Smith
      (On original matting) Canadian National Railway Station, Paris, Ont. Railway Station c. ...
  • Passengers Waiting at Paris Junction Station, c. 1885
        This photograph depicts a group of passengers waiting for the arrival of a train at the Paris Junction Station, c. 1885. Two railway lines, the Great Western Railway and the Buffalo-Goderich Railway, both ran through Paris and shared a station.
      This photograph depicts a group of passengers waiting for the arrival of ...
  • Paris Crowd Awaiting Arrival of Duke and Duchess of Kent, October 13, 1901
        (On original matting) Awaiting the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Kent, soon to be King George V and Queen Mary, October 13, 1901. The crowd is at the Junction, west of Market Street. Copied and enlarged by Wm. A. Brown.
      (On original matting) Awaiting the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of ...
  • Paris Junction Station, 1907
        This photograph depicts the Paris Junction Station in 1907. The train on the left came from Goderich, while the train on the right came from London. The trains brought goods and express parcels, which the horse wagons depicted were waiting to pick up. A bus to the Arlington Hotel is ...
      This photograph depicts the Paris Junction Station in 1907. The train on ...
  • Railway Crossing with Guard Shack on Grand River Street, Paris, c. 1905
        This photograph shows the railway crossing on Grand River Street, c. 1905. At this time, the train crossed directly over the street. The small shack next to the tracks housed the guard. This image was printed on page 227 of At the Forks of the Grand: Volume I by D. ...
      This photograph shows the railway crossing on Grand River Street, c. 1905. ...
  • Send-Off of World War I Volunteers at William & Willow, Paris, 1914
        (On original matting) Send-off at the corner of William and Willow Streets for seven First World War volunteers, August 23, 1914. The men were conveyed in Ford cars to Brantford. The railway tracks are those of the Grand Valley Railway.
      (On original matting) Send-off at the corner of William and Willow Streets ...
  • Royal Observation Car's Unexpected Stop, June 7, 1939
        (On original matting) ROYAL VISIT, JUNE, 1939 When the royal train proved to be shorter than expected, the spectators broke ranks and rushed forward towards the observation platform. Only Gladys-Steuart [sic] Jones and her Girl Guides stood firmly at attention.
      (On original matting) ROYAL VISIT, JUNE, 1939 When the royal train proved ...
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