[Plans showing routes for CNR and predecessor railway companies, drawings of bridges and offices, and a CNR organization chart] [multiple media]
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[Plans showing routes for CNR and predecessor railway companies, drawings of bridges and offices, and a CNR organization chart] [multiple media]Hierarchical level:AccessionDate:1878-1912, [ca. 1929].Reference:RG30M 80103/69, 80103/69 CAType of material:Architectural and technical drawings, Maps and cartographic material, Textual materialFound in:Archives / Collections and FondsItem ID number:185511
Record Information – DetailsDate(s):1878-1912, [ca. 1929].Place of creation:CanadaExtent:16 technical drawings ink, some col., 12 on tracing linen 97 x 156 cm or smaller.
7 architectural drawings 3 ink, col.; 4 blueprints, hand col. 61 x 99 cm or smaller.
5 maps chiefly mss. in ink, 1 blueprint, 1 blueline print 71 x 120 cm or smaller.
1 atlas (25 leaves, bound) blueline prints 31 cm.
1 leaf blackline print 65 x 102 cm.Language of material:EnglishProvenance:Additional name(s):Finding aid:(Electronic) Finding aid consists of an item listing. The finding aid is available as a PDF attached to this record. 30-220 (old RG30M 80103-69) PDF (90: Open)
http://data2.archives.ca/pdf/pdf002/30-220_185511_164789_5316570_open.pdfArchitectural, technical - drawings: (Paper) RG30M 80103-69Cartographic material: (Paper) RG30M 80103-69Textual records: (Paper) RG30M 80103-69Additional information:General Note:Accession includes: engineering drawings for the Grand Trunk Railway Bridge over the Lachine Canal; maps showing the location of routes for railway companies; architectural drawings of the Grand Trunk Railway offices in Montreal; and a chart showing the CNR genealogy., Cover title for item #30: National Transcontinental Railway, Eastern Division, condensed charts showing the line through the province of New Brunswick., Accession lacks item #25.Physical description note:Architectural, technical - drawings: Items #2, 3 are signed by E.P. Hannaford, CNR chief engineer., Architectural, technical - drawings: Item #17 is accompanied by 31 pages of typewritten correspondence concerning specifications and costs for construction. The correspondence is dated 1897, and is signed by Edward Maxwell, architect, and Joseph Hobson, chief engineer.Note on the state of conservation:Architectural, technical - drawings: Most of the drawings are dirty. Item #10 is mounted on muslin., Architectural, technical - drawings: All of the items have tears along the edges., Cartographic material: Item #30 is held together along one side by stainless steel clasps., Textual records: Item is mounted on muslin.Custodial history:Accession was transferred in Feb. 1981 from the Federal Archives Division, RG30, direct transfer #36, vols. 2988 to 3054.Cartographic math data:Scales differ., Scales differ., Scales differ.Copy/version note:Items #5-7, 13, 18, 24, 27, and 29 have been microfilmed.Varying form of title:Source:Government
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