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Additional Physical Format: Print version: Case of the Chignecto Railway, press opinions. Ottawa: [publisher not identified], (OCoLC) Chemins de fer.
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Read on to learn how to use the site. This description of his trip from Chignecto to Saint John is from his book Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the Other Provinces of British North America, Most of his observations were case of the Chignecto Railway Saint Martins and Saint John, where he discovered that ships were being built all along the coast.
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book Ship Railway. By Pearl MacD. Atkins. Eighty-five years ago this past fall the building of the fantastic Ship Railway across the Chignecto Isthmus was begun, the greatest construction project that the area has ever known, and it created for three years such a bustle of unwanted activity across the narrow fleet of land which prevents Nova Scotia from being an island, that.
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The Canadian Pacific Railway, including the Fredericton Branch and the Saint John River streams plying between St. John and Fredericton, run through this County, where lake and brook trout, geese, black duck, woodcock, snipe and plover abound.
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