360, Rue McGill
The Grand Trunk was a London railway company that established headquarters in Montreal. The five-story building on McGill Street was built between 1899 and 1902. Grand Trunk was operating in Quebec, Ontario and the eastern part of the United States.
Grand Trunk later became the Canadian National Railway Company (CN) (1922). The building was purchased by the Quebec Government in 1961 and they still occupy the building which now bears the name Gérald-Godin.
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[…] At one end of this square you can discern an old fire station where, until recently, used to be the Montreal History Museum. The museum has been moved to another location. At the other end of the square stands the Grand Trunk Building. […]
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