End of the Line: The 1857 Train Wreck at the Desjardins Canal Bridge Paperback – Sep 17 2012
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It's clear that McIver's work is a labour of love, which mitigates the potential of this tragic event and the circumstances that prevailed, from being faded from memory. At approximately 200 pages, the book is well written and educational. McIver's use of the English language is superb. End of the Line is essential reading for anyone who is interested in rail, historical Hamilton or the lessons learned from our past.(The Hamiltonian)
With accounts from survivors, quotes from newspapers, and images of the disaster and of those involved, McIver takes readers to the minutes before a wheel axle broke on the Toronto-to-Hamilton train… (Canada's History 2014-09-01)
A very interesting study into one of the early tragedies on Canadian Railways presented in a readable style and packed with information. (Branchline)