6 edition of photo history of the Prince Edward Island Railway found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Allan Graham ; [maps by Clint Morrison ; edited by Mary Graham].|
|Contributions||Graham, Mary, 1947-, Morrison, J. Clinton 1948-|
|LC Classifications||HE2810.P75 G73 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 250 p. :|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||2001320550|
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Despite the fact I was first exposed to Island history in Grade 6, in two of the textbooks long used in the education system here (at the lower levels), The Story of Prince Edward Island () and Abegweit: Land of the Red Soil (), the subject of African-Islanders was completely ignored, with the exception of a brief side note in the. Canada's Smallest Province a History of Prince Edward Island: The Prince Edward Island Centennial Commission Prince Edward Island $ Good, Dustjacket: No Jacket, Soft cover Book: Covers are scuffed and faded. Backstrip is extremely faded. Previous owner's name on half title and title page.
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A photo history of the Prince Edward Island Railway [Graham, Allan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A photo history of the Prince Edward Island Railway5/5(2). The Prince Edward Island Railway (PEIR) was a historic Canadian railway on Prince Edward Island (PEI).
The railway ran tip-to-tip on the island, from Tignish in the west to Elmira in the east, with major spurs serving Borden-Carleton's train ferry dock, the capital in Charlottetown, Montague and Georgetown and the original eastern terminus at Souris.A major spur from Dates of operation: –, merged into.
The Prince Edward Island Railway has members. Following along the lines of the PEI Railway Yahoo group (which wasn't started by me), I wanted to. Prince Edward Island Railway Public Archives of PEI. By early in the 20th century, steam engines were larger still and the railway had been extended to Elmira in the eastern end of the Island, to Montague, to Murray Harbour, and to Cape Traverse on the south shore.
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A photo history of the Prince Edward Island Railway by Allan Graham; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Prince Edward Island Railway, History, Railroads, Pictorial works; Places: Prince Edward Island.
The Prince Edward Island Railway (PEIR) ran from tip-to-tip of Prince Edward Island in Canada, from Tignish in the west to Elmira in the east.
This map shows the mainline and the major branches that served various ports on the southern coast. Each of the lines has its own notes about that section of the line, which you can access by clicking on them.
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Title: A Photo History of the Prince Edward Island. Prince Edward Island is a Canadian province consisting of an island of the same name. The island is part of Mi'kma'ki, the lands of the Mi'kmaq people.
Explored by Europeans in the 16th Century, the French claimed all of the lands of the Maritimes in and. Prince Edward Island Railway Reporting mark: PEIR.
It was and railway fever was in the air. At the time PEI was still a British colony and long resistant to the ways of the mainland. However once it caught railway fever, there was no looking back. CN announced it will be sponsoring the Elmira Railway Museum's reprinting of A Photo History of the Prince Edward Island Railway, a complete guide to the history of Author: Sam Juric.
Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.), also called the Island, one of the Maritime Provinces of g from North Cape to East Point, “the Island,” as Prince Edward Islanders refer to the province, is about miles ( km) long, ranging from 2 to 40 miles (3 to 65 km) in lies between 46° and 47° N latitude and 62° and 64° W longitude.
Here's a photo of the O'Leary Train Station, on the left (the one on the right was the 2nd station, long since demolished), taken from Allan Graham best selling book, "A Photo History of Prince Edward Island Railway" page The book is now out-of-print but you may be able to find it in used book stores or online at The ISBN is History of The Prince Edward Island railway and Confederation Addeddate Identifier Prince-Edward-Island-Railway.
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image from I have a really great book that I bought this past summer while visiting Orangedale Station near Wycocomagh, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia: A Photo History of the Prince Edward. Canadian National Railway; This attractive stone station was built in by the Prince Edward Island Railway, an Interlcolonial Railway subsidiary (later CN).
It has historical designation. It is publicly owned and has seen multiple uses over the years. In it. Cap 4 of the Statutes of Prince Edward Island authorized the construction of a 3' 6" gauge railway connecting Alberton with Georgetown, touching at Summerside and Charlottetown with extension to Souris and Tignish.
As part of the terms of confederation inthe railway became the property of the Dominion Government. The Prince Edward Island Railway pushed the province into reconsidering Canadian Confederation. As a result of the railway, the Island became the seventh province of Canada on July 1st.
The following schedules come from pages 21 and 22 of the January 15 th, Intercolonial Railway and Prince Edward Island Railway of Canada Schedule and brochure. Some schedules are wider than your screen if viewing in x mode.
Use your cursor keys to move around.Books set in Prince Edward Island: [Anne of Green Gables, Anne of Avonlea, Anne of the Island, Anne of Windy Poplars, Anne of Ingleside, Emily. The S.S. Prince Edward Island was launched on 5 October although fitting out was delayed owing to war needs until April and it was not until early July that the vessel arrived in Halifax for final preparation.
The ship was feet long, 52 feet wide and drew 21 feet. It had three triple expansion engines; two at the aft of the boat driving propellers at the .