Transportation and Weather
Welcome to the thematic guide on the relationship between transportation and weather. The guide contains Background or External Information, and Primary Sources depicting this relationship in textual (often newspapers) and graphic format (often photographs).
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- The Gazette, The Coteau Bridge Across the St. Lawrence, January 7 1880, p.2*
- The Gazette, Knocked out by a Storm, March 14 1888, p.1*
- The Gazette, Destruction at Quebec, p.1*
- The Gazette, The Wires Down, April 7 1886, p.1*
- The Gazette, Winter's First Breath, November 29 1889, p.2*
- Vennor's Weather Bulletin, Ice-Bridge Railroad-River, April 1882
- Vennor's Weather Bullein, Fall of 1881 - November, January 1882
- The Gazette, The Richelieu Reopened, December 12 1889, p.3*
- Vennor's Weather Bulletin, Weather Chips, January 1882, p.7
- Canadiana, "Construction of the Great Victoria Bridge in Canada" by James Hodges, engineer, to Messsrs. Peto, Brassey, and Betts, contractors, 1860
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