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The Brockville Rail Tunnel – Brockville, Ontario
Not many doors today, but an interesting story to tell all the same.
In the mid 1800’s the expansion of railway networks was driving industrial growth and commerce throughout Eastern Canada’s cities and towns along the St. Lawrence seaway.
In 1853, the Brockville and Ottawa Railroad (B&0) was incorporated to open a north/south transport route for raw materials, mostly lumber, coming out of the Ottawa Valley to the town of Brockville, Ontario. This convinced the Grand Trunk Railroad to include a major…
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