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Brochure of the Canadian National Railways, 1926, reading COMING - THE INTER-CITY LIMITED BETWEEN MONTREAL AND TORONTO
Canadian National Railways, 1926. Montreal and Toronto were first connected by rail, in 1856, by the Grand Trunk Railway. The railway was later absorbed by the CNR
Source: The Inter-City Limited between Montreal and Toronto
Library and Archives Canada/Merrilees Transportation collection
© Canadian National Railway (CN). Reproduced with the permission of CN.
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