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Putting down tracks on King St., Waterloo.
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[ca. 1882] (Creation)
- Company of Neighbours
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1 photograph : b&w ; 20 x 26 cm.
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Photograph of men working on a rail line along King Street at Erb Street. The shop front of H.A. Zoellner, Druggist, is visible as well as a telephone (telegraph?) pole. Possibly construction of tracks for electric street railway between Kitchener and Waterloo.
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Published in Waterloo Chronicle Souvenir [H0857 Rare Book], p. 6. Described as 1890, "road crew laying track for railway lines in front of the Conrad Block, the present site of the City Hotel."
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