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Title: Canadian transportation & distribution management
Year: 1913 (1910s)
Subjects: Freight and freightage Shipment of goods Transportation
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : Southam Business Publications
Contributing Library: Fisher – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto
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a River at Cleveland, Ohio, for Baltimore & OhioRailroad. 160 feet Double Track Span. This bridge replaced a centre pier swing bridge. More than 190 Scherzer ROLLING Lift Bridies are being used by the principal railroads, cor-porations and municipalities. Years of actual serv cc have caused additional orders wherever new bridges were needed. We will send to any responsible person our book giving interesting reasons why Scherzer Bridgesare saving large sums of money, valuable time and prevent loss of life. Write for information. photographs, sketches and estimates. Scherzer ROLLING Lift Bridge Co. General Offices: Monadnock Block, Chicago, U.S.A.Cable Address : Scherzer, Chicago Eastern Off ice : 220 Broadway, New York March, 1913.] CANADIAN RAILWAY AND MARINE WORLD. L3 200,000,000 Since the first manufacture of Grip Nuts in 1 908, over 200,000,000 GripNuts have been put into use by the Railway and Industrial Corporations ofthe United States, and the sales are increasing every day.
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85% of the railroad equipment built in the United States last year had Grip Nuts specified. Economy The initial cost is but very slightly higher than hot pressed nuts. The maintenance costis NIL. Let us furnish a service test free.Write for catalog and sample nuts. Canada Grip Nut Company, Limited HEAD OFFICE: 73 Bank of Ottawa Building, 224 St. James Street, Montreal, Quebec Works: St. Johns, Que. 1 r CANADIAN RAILWAY AND MARINE WORLD. [March, 1913 THE Steel Company of Canada LIMITED Railroad Track EquipmentAngle Bars Tie PlatesSteel Track Spikes Bolts & Nuts PIG IRON Foundry Basic Malleable Car Axles and Forgings Invincible FencingBar Iron Bar Steel Arm Braces Wood and Machine Screws Copper Trolley Wire, Telephone and Galvanized WireNails Tacks Wrought Pipe DISTRICT SALES OFFICES: HAMILTON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG W. A. MacLennan, Vancouver, B.C. H. G. Rogers, St. John, N.B. J. B. H. Rickaby, Victoria, B.C. Geo. D. Hatfield, Halifax, N.S. March, 1913.] CANADIAN RAILWAY AND M
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