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[EAN: 9781156127025], Neubuch, [PU: Jun 2011], HISTORY / CANADA GENERAL, This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 65. Chapters: Companies operating former Grand Trunk Railway lines, Grand Trunk Railway executives, Grand Trunk Railway hotels, Grand Trunk Railway stations, Grand Trunk Railway subsidiaries, Predecessors of the Grand Trunk Railway, Niagara Falls Suspension Bridge, Canadian National Railway, St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad, Toronto and Nipissing Railway, CSX Transportation, Canada Atlantic Railway, Grand Trunk Western Railroad, Central Vermont Railway, St. Clair Tunnel, Victoria Bridge, New England Central Railroad, Charles Melville Hays, Château Laurier, Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad, Cobourg and Peterborough Railway, Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, Washington County Railroad, Highland Inn, Midland Railway of Canada, Chicago and Southern Railroad, Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound Railway, Grand Trunk Milwaukee Car Ferry Company, Champlain and St. Lawrence Railroad, SS City of Milwaukee, Goderich-Exeter Railway, Toledo, Saginaw and Muskegon Railway, Niagara Falls, Ontario railway station, Michigan Air Line Railroad, Barrie Collingwood Railway, Great Lakes Central Railroad, Montreal and Southern Counties Railway, Sunnyside railway station, Southern New England Railway, Grand Trunk Junction Railway, Detroit and Pontiac Railroad, Edson Joseph Chamberlin, Michigan Air-Line Railway, William Hodgins Biggar, Detroit, Grand Haven and Milwaukee Railway, Northern Railway of Canada, Lacey Robert Johnson, Coopersville and Marne Railway, Northern and Pacific Junction Railway, Victoria Railway, Grand Rapids Eastern Railroad, Detroit Connecting Railroad, Port Colborne Harbour Railway, Grand Trunk Railroad Station (Lewiston, Maine), St. Thomas and Eastern Railway, Grand Rapids Terminal Railroad. Excerpt: The Niagara Falls Suspension Bridge was the world's first working railway suspension bridge. It spanned 825 feet (251 m) and stood 2.5 miles (4.0 km) downstream of Niagara Falls from 1855 to 1897. Connecting Niagara Falls, Ontario to Niagara Falls, New York (the two cities assimilated the towns at the ends of the bridge by 1892), the bridge carried mixed traffic on its two decks across the Niagara River; trains crossed over the river by way of the bridge's upper deck while pedestrians and carriages used the lower. As the bridge was the result of a collaboration of two companies from two countries, it was also known by its American name, the International Suspension Bridge. The bridge had other names including the Niagara Railway Suspension Bridge and Niagara Suspension Bridge, but the most common and definitive was simply the Suspension Bridge. The Suspension Bridge was part of Canadian politician William Hamilton Merritt's vision to promote trade within his country and with its neighbor the United States. When Merritt and company invited the engineering community to bid for the bridge project, they encountered heavy criticism. Many bridge builders, and the general public, did not believe a suspension bridge could allow the safe passage of trains. Nonetheless, the bridge companies engaged several well-known civil engineers to build and maintain the bridge. Charles Ellet, Jr. was first hired to construct the bridge. Using a line laid by a kite across the 800-foot (240 m) chasm, he built a temporary suspension bridge in 1848 as the first part of his plan. Not long after, Ellet left the project after a bitter financial dispute with the bridge companies. A three-year hiatus followed before the companies hir. 68 pp. Englisch

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[EAN: 9781156127025], Neubuch, [PU: Jun 2011], HISTORY / CANADA GENERAL, This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 65. Chapters: Companies operating former Grand Trunk Railway lines, Grand Trunk Railway executives, Grand Trunk Railway hotels, Grand Trunk Railway stations, Grand Trunk Railway subsidiaries, Predecessors of the Grand Trunk Railway, Niagara Falls Suspension Bridge, Canadian National Railway, St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad, Toronto and Nipissing Railway, CSX Transportation, Canada Atlantic Railway, Grand Trunk Western Railroad, Central Vermont Railway, St. Clair Tunnel, Victoria Bridge, New England Central Railroad, Charles Melville Hays, Château Laurier, Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad, Cobourg and Peterborough Railway, Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, Washington County Railroad, Highland Inn, Midland Railway of Canada, Chicago and Southern Railroad, Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound Railway, Grand Trunk Milwaukee Car Ferry Company, Champlain and St. Lawrence Railroad, SS City of Milwaukee, Goderich-Exeter Railway, Toledo, Saginaw and Muskegon Railway, Niagara Falls, Ontario railway station, Michigan Air Line Railroad, Barrie Collingwood Railway, Great Lakes Central Railroad, Montreal and Southern Counties Railway, Sunnyside railway station, Southern New England Railway, Grand Trunk Junction Railway, Detroit and Pontiac Railroad, Edson Joseph Chamberlin, Michigan Air-Line Railway, William Hodgins Biggar, Detroit, Grand Haven and Milwaukee Railway, Northern Railway of Canada, Lacey Robert Johnson, Coopersville and Marne Railway, Northern and Pacific Junction Railway, Victoria Railway, Grand Rapids Eastern Railroad, Detroit Connecting Railroad, Port Colborne Harbour Railway, Grand Trunk Railroad Station (Lewiston, Maine), St. Thomas and Eastern Railway, Grand Rapids Terminal Railroad. Excerpt: The Niagara Falls Suspension Bridge was the world's first working railway suspension bridge. It spanned 825 feet (251 m) and stood 2.5 miles (4.0 km) downstream of Niagara Falls from 1855 to 1897. Connecting Niagara Falls, Ontario to Niagara Falls, New York (the two cities assimilated the towns at the ends of the bridge by 1892), the bridge carried mixed traffic on its two decks across the Niagara River; trains crossed over the river by way of the bridge's upper deck while pedestrians and carriages used the lower. As the bridge was the result of a collaboration of two companies from two countries, it was also known by its American name, the International Suspension Bridge. The bridge had other names including the Niagara Railway Suspension Bridge and Niagara Suspension Bridge, but the most common and definitive was simply the Suspension Bridge. The Suspension Bridge was part of Canadian politician William Hamilton Merritt's vision to promote trade within his country and with its neighbor the United States. When Merritt and company invited the engineering community to bid for the bridge project, they encountered heavy criticism. Many bridge builders, and the general public, did not believe a suspension bridge could allow the safe passage of trains. Nonetheless, the bridge companies engaged several well-known civil engineers to build and maintain the bridge. Charles Ellet, Jr. was first hired to construct the bridge. Using a line laid by a kite across the 800-foot (240 m) chasm, he built a temporary suspension bridge in 1848 as the first part of his plan. Not long after, Ellet left the project after a bitter financial dispute with the bridge companies. A three-year hiatus followed before the companies hir. 68 pp. Englisch

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[EAN: 9781156127025], Neubuch, [PU: Jun 2011], HISTORY / CANADA GENERAL, This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 65. Chapters: Companies operating former Grand Trunk Railway lines, Grand Trunk Railway executives, Grand Trunk Railway hotels, Grand Trunk Railway stations, Grand Trunk Railway subsidiaries, Predecessors of the Grand Trunk Railway, Niagara Falls Suspension Bridge, Canadian National Railway, St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad, Toronto and Nipissing Railway, CSX Transportation, Canada Atlantic Railway, Grand Trunk Western Railroad, Central Vermont Railway, St. Clair Tunnel, Victoria Bridge, New England Central Railroad, Charles Melville Hays, Château Laurier, Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad, Cobourg and Peterborough Railway, Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, Washington County Railroad, Highland Inn, Midland Railway of Canada, Chicago and Southern Railroad, Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound Railway, Grand Trunk Milwaukee Car Ferry Company, Champlain and St. Lawrence Railroad, SS City of Milwaukee, Goderich-Exeter Railway, Toledo, Saginaw and Muskegon Railway, Niagara Falls, Ontario railway station, Michigan Air Line Railroad, Barrie Collingwood Railway, Great Lakes Central Railroad, Montreal and Southern Counties Railway, Sunnyside railway station, Southern New England Railway, Grand Trunk Junction Railway, Detroit and Pontiac Railroad, Edson Joseph Chamberlin, Michigan Air-Line Railway, William Hodgins Biggar, Detroit, Grand Haven and Milwaukee Railway, Northern Railway of Canada, Lacey Robert Johnson, Coopersville and Marne Railway, Northern and Pacific Junction Railway, Victoria Railway, Grand Rapids Eastern Railroad, Detroit Connecting Railroad, Port Colborne Harbour Railway, Grand Trunk Railroad Station (Lewiston, Maine), St. Thomas and Eastern Railway, Grand Rapids Terminal Railroad. Excerpt: The Niagara Falls Suspension Bridge was the world's first working railway suspension bridge. It spanned 825 feet (251 m) and stood 2.5 miles (4.0 km) downstream of Niagara Falls from 1855 to 1897. Connecting Niagara Falls, Ontario to Niagara Falls, New York (the two cities assimilated the towns at the ends of the bridge by 1892), the bridge carried mixed traffic on its two decks across the Niagara River; trains crossed over the river by way of the bridge's upper deck while pedestrians and carriages used the lower. As the bridge was the result of a collaboration of two companies from two countries, it was also known by its American name, the International Suspension Bridge. The bridge had other names including the Niagara Railway Suspension Bridge and Niagara Suspension Bridge, but the most common and definitive was simply the Suspension Bridge. The Suspension Bridge was part of Canadian politician William Hamilton Merritt's vision to promote trade within his country and with its neighbor the United States. When Merritt and company invited the engineering community to bid for the bridge project, they encountered heavy criticism. Many bridge builders, and the general public, did not believe a suspension bridge could allow the safe passage of trains. Nonetheless, the bridge companies engaged several well-known civil engineers to build and maintain the bridge. Charles Ellet, Jr. was first hired to construct the bridge. Using a line laid by a kite across the 800-foot (240 m) chasm, he built a temporary suspension bridge in 1848 as the first part of his plan. Not long after, Ellet left the project after a bitter financial dispute with the bridge companies. A three-year hiatus followed before the companies hir. 68 pp. Englisch

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 65. Chapters: Companies operating former Grand Trunk Railway lines, Grand Trunk Railway executives, Grand Trunk Railway hotels, Grand Trunk Railway stations, Grand Trunk Railway subsidiaries, Predecessors of the Grand Trunk Railway, Niagara Falls Suspension Bridge, Canadian National Railway, St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad, Toronto and Nipissing Railway, CSX Transportation, Canada Atlantic Railway, Grand Trunk Western Railroad, Central Vermont Railway, St. Clair Tunnel, Victoria Bridge, New England Central Railroad, Charles Melville Hays, Château Laurier, Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad, Cobourg and Peterborough Railway, Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, Washington County Railroad, Highland Inn, Midland Railway of Canada, Chicago and Southern Railroad, Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound Railway, Grand Trunk Milwaukee Car Ferry Company, Champlain and St. Lawrence Railroad, SS City of Milwaukee, Goderich-Exeter Railway, Toledo, Saginaw and Muskegon Railway, Niagara Falls, Ontario railway station, Michigan Air Line Railroad, Barrie Collingwood Railway, Great Lakes Central Railroad, Montreal and Southern Counties Railway, Sunnyside railway station, Southern New England Railway, Grand Trunk Junction Railway, Detroit and Pontiac Railroad, Edson Joseph Chamberlin, Michigan Air-Line Railway, William Hodgins Biggar, Detroit, Grand Haven and Milwaukee Railway, Northern Railway of Canada, Lacey Robert Johnson, Coopersville and Marne Railway, Northern and Pacific Junction Railway, Victoria Railway, Grand Rapids Eastern Railroad, Detroit Connecting Railroad, Port Colborne Harbour Railway, Grand Trunk Railroad Station (Lewiston, Maine), St. Thomas and Eastern Railway, Grand Rapids Terminal Railroad. Excerpt: The Niagara Falls Suspension Bridge was the world's first working railway suspension bridge. It spanned 825 feet (251 m) and stood 2.5 miles (4.0 km) downstream of Niagara Falls from 1855 to 1897. Connecting Niagara Falls, Ontario to Niagara Falls, New York (the two cities assimilated the towns at the ends of the bridge by 1892), the bridge carried mixed traffic on its two decks across the Niagara River; trains crossed over the river by way of the bridge's upper deck while pedestrians and carriages used the lower. As the bridge was the result of a collaboration of two companies from two countries, it was also known by its American name, the International Suspension Bridge. The bridge had other names including the Niagara Railway Suspension Bridge and Niagara Suspension Bridge, but the most common and definitive was simply the Suspension Bridge. The Suspension Bridge was part of Canadian politician William Hamilton Merritt's vision to promote trade within his country and with its neighbor the United States. When Merritt and company invited the engineering community to bid for the bridge project, they encountered heavy criticism. Many bridge builders, and the general public, did not believe a suspension bridge could allow the safe passage of trains. Nonetheless, the bridge companies engaged several well-known civil engineers to build and maintain the bridge. Charles Ellet, Jr. was first hired to construct the bridge. Using a line laid by a kite across the 800-foot (240 m) chasm, he built a temporary suspension bridge in 1848 as the first part of his plan. Not long after, Ellet left the project after a bitter financial dispute with the bridge companies. A three-year hiatus followed before the companies hir...

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