Montreal and Bytown Railway Company


Montreal and Bytown Railway Company

The Montreal and Bytown Railway Company was a Canadian railway company. Chartered in August 1853, the company was declared insolvent in 1858 and was acquired by the Carillon and Grenville Railway Company in 1859.[1]

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