Note générale :
Prints dealing with the building of the railway bridge at Montréal entitled: "Putting up side plates and top of tube"; "View from below south abutment" (from a Notman photograph); "Shoving of ice upon No. 9 Pier, 1858"; "Works from the top of No. 6 Pier, 1858"; "Staging for centre tube"; also, prints entitled "The First Locomotive with a Steel Boiler", "Royal Muskoka Hotel", and "[Bridge at Niagara Falls]". Prints of the Montreal bridge by Kell Bros. Lithographers., Prints entitled "Grand Trunk Single Arch Double Track Steel Bridge Over The Niagara River", and "The Great International Railway Suspension Bridge". Works by John Lowell & Co. and D.L. Glover (after Ferdinand Richardt), respectively., Photographs of period dress used in Museum Trains and of an 1851 advertisment of the Bytown & Prescott Railroad; as well as newspaper clippings on various subjects., As of 1993/01/04 the seven pictures of period dress and the print of the bridge at Niagara Falls are unlocated.