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 The Wentworth-Stuart route

The Wentworth-Stuart route

Start of service: October 1913
End of service: 1930
Route: From Mount Hamilton Incline Railway at top of Wentworth to Grand Trunk Railway (After 1923 the Canadian National Railway) station at Stuart & Caroline via Wentworth, King, James and Stuart.
Antecessor route: Wentworth route

With the formation of the Belt Line route in October 1913, the Wentworth route was discontinued. Service on Wentworth was replaced by the Wentworth-Stuart route, which connected the Mount Hamilton Incline Railway at the top of Wentworth to the GTR station at Stuart & Caroline via Wentworth, King, James and Stuart.

With the closing of the CNR station in 1930, all service on Stuart St was discontinued. The Wentworth-Stuart route was discontinued, with Wentworth service now handled by the Wentworth-Burlington route.

Sources

Mills, John M. Cataract Traction; The Railways of Hamilton. Toronto: Upper Canada Railway Society/Ontario Electric Railway Historical Association, 1971