• Letter to George Rykert (president of the Port Dalhousie and Thorold Railway), engineer from William Danforth, civil engineer

      Danforth, William (1853-07-25)
      Letter to George Rykert (president of the Port Dalhousie and Thorold Railway), engineer from William Danforth, civil engineer in which he states that the preliminary survey has been made between Port Dalhousie and Centreville at which point it may intersect with the Great Western Railway. The estimate is included (2 pages, handwritten), July 25, 1853.
    • Letter to S.D. Woodruff from Mr. Ingersoll

      Mr. Ingersoll (1856-12-16)
      Letter to S.D. Woodruff from Mr. Ingersoll regarding Mr. Ross, track, superintendent of the Great Western Railway to let you know what day he can put the switch in at Thorold to make the connection with the Great Western Railway, Dec. 16, 1856.
    • Letter to S.D. Woodruff from William Hamilton Merritt

      Merritt, William Hamilton (1856-10-23)
      Letter to S.D. Woodruff from William Hamilton Merritt in which he says that the line from Allenburgh down should be divided into sections and also, that he is in favour of crossing the Great Western Railway by bridge. This letter was folded into a piece of paper (used like an envelope). This is included (4 pages), Oct. 23, 1856.
    • Letter to S.D. Woodruff from William Hamilton Merritt

      Merritt, William Hamilton (1855-08-29)
      Letter to S.D. Woodruff from William Hamilton Merritt in which he says he feels disposed to using every effort to complete the road to the Great Western Railway as originally designed (4 pages), Aug. 29, 1855
    • Letter to William Hamilton Merritt from S.D. Woodruff

      Woodruff, S.D. (1854-03-13)
      Letter which S.D. Woodruff writes to William Hamilton Merritt about the length of the railway from Port Dalhousie to the Great Western Railway. He says that the distance is 6 miles. From Port Dalhousie to St. Catharines there will 4 miles of rail required for a single track, Mar. 13, 1854.