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Sir Collingwood Schreiber 1831-1918

Schreiber's training in England as a civil engineer enabled him to play a prominent role in Canada during the country's years of railway expansion. He was associated with both the Northern and Intercolonial railways prior to succeeding Sandford Fleming as engineer-in-chief of the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1880. In 1885, the community of Isbester's Landing was renamed in his honour.

Location

In Cenotaph Park, northwest corner of Scotia and Winnipeg Streets, Schreiber

Region: Northern Ontario

County/District: District of Thunder Bay

Municipality: Township of Schreiber

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