Friday, November 8, 2013

The CPR created Marathon Realty to manage railway properties, not to sell them.

The CPR owned the following hotels.(Information provided by Wikipedia.)
Algonquin in St. Andrews, New Brunswick.
Banff Springs in Alberta.
Chateau Lacombe in Edmonton, Alberta. 
Chateau Lake Louise in Alberta.
Cornwallis Inn in Kentville, Nova Scotia.
Digby Pines Resort in Digby, Nova Scotia.
Empress in Victoria, British Columbia.
Hotel at Kananaskis, Alberta.
Hotel Saskatchewan in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Le Chateau Champlain in Montreal.
Le Chateau Frontenac in Quebec City, Quebec.
Lodge at Kananaskis, Alberta.
Lord Nelson Hotel in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Palliser in Calgary, Alberta.
Place Viger in Montreal, Quebec.
Royal Alexandra Hotel in Winnipeg, Manitoba. (Demolished.)
Royal York Hotel in Toronto, Ontario.
Marathon Realty planned to demolish Union Station in Toronto, Summerhill Station in North Toronto, Windsor Station in Montreal and the Saskatoon railway station.
A 1965 legal agreement between the CPR and Marathon Realty:





                             
Royal York Hotel in Toronto. A tunnel connected the Royal York to
Union Station across the street.(Wikipedia photo)

                               

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