Hamilton and Dundas Street Railway

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Hamilton and Dundas Street Railway
Locale Niagara Peninsula, Ontario
Dates of operation 1875–1923
Track gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge
Headquarters Hamilton, Ontario

The Hamilton and Dundas Street Railway was an interurban railway operator which ran between Hamilton and Dundas in Southern Ontario.

History[edit]

The H&D was incorporated in 1875 to run a steam railway between the two cities, before becoming electrified in 1897. The Hamilton and Dundas Street Railway was created to provide a railway link between the two namesake cities.

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