3 newspaper clippings pertaining to the career of Keith E. Hunt: "London area manager of CNR promoted to regional position", "2 former Londoners Promoted By Railway", "Alma Woman is Honoured Preventing Train Wreck". From unknown publications
Newspaper- an Official Publication of the United Transportation Union (vol. 21, no. 4, April 1989). This issue includes articles about the coal slurry legislation and the Illinous Central signing a pact for a buyout.
Clipping shows photo of William Stokes making his last run as a passenger conductor on the Empire State Express; also in picture are Stokes' wife and two of his sons (also in NYC service); article is titled "With 46 years Rail Record William Stokes is Retiring; ‘Man of Many Characters’"
Collection of newspaper clippings from St. Thomas Times-Journal and London Free Press pertaining to Canada Iron Inc. Includes envelope containing four clippings: “Dismembering of old plant exposes years of memories” (covers dismantling of St. Thomas’ Canron foundry, Jan 19, 1989), “Sold Foundry” and “Canron Sells Hamilton Plant” (covers Canron selling its Hamilton ingot mould foundry to Canada Ingot Mould Inc, Feb 17/89), and “Canron Earnings Rise to $6.1 Million” (Feb 10/89).
Also includes St. Thomas Times- Journal articles titled “Bringing it down” with a photo of former Canada iron foundry being demolished (June 17/89), “Strong interest in Canron land, but For Sale sign still standing” (April 25/89), “Canron waits for promised PCB law” (July 18/89), “Presence of PCBs hurting Canron sale” (July 17/89), “Leaving the landscape” with a photo of site of former canron foundry in St. Thomas (March 17/89), “Dismantling continues” with a photo of welder Ray Player of St. Thomas dismantling Canron inc foundry (Jan 13/89), “Last Workers leave Canron” (Jan 5/ 89), and “Oldie but goodie with a photo of student with equipment donated by Canron before it closed operations (Jan 16, 89).
Also includes London Free Press articles titled “Dismembering of old plant exposes years of memories” with photo of Canron plant being torn down (Jan 19/89) and “Defunct Canron foundry bites the dust” with a photo of dismantling of Canron inc foundry in St Thomas (January 10, 1989).
"Trainman News"- a newspaper of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen- Vol 13., no. 34 (Cleveland, Ohio, August 24, 1959). Front page article is titled “Strike Insurance Plan is Approved by the Railroads, Anti-Labor Drive Draws Fire”.
Newspaper clipping of an article about the Canadian National Railway donating a steam locomotive as a museum piece to the community of St. Thomas. The article includes a photograph of the locomotive that was donated, engine 5700. Unknown publication
Newspaper clipping; has a photograph and a description of a display being put together by the Elgin County Railway Museum. Some of the items on display are a bell from a Canada Pacific Steam locomotive and a photograph of the Engine 5700.
Newspaper clipping from St. Thomas Times Journal; presents picture of old St. Thomas church on Walnut Street; article titled “Preserving St. Thomas’s Heritage”, details how church is now protected by heritage classification
Newspaper front page of St. Thomas Times-Journal (St. Thomas, Ontario, October 16, 1961). Front page article titled “Steam Engine Stirs Nostalgia in Railway City”, pictured is CN #6167 engine arriving in St. Thomas