McCulloch, Andrew

McCULLOCH, Andrew, railway engineer (b 16 June 1864, Lanark County, ON; d 13 Dec 1945, Penticton). Raised on a farm in eastern Ontario, he attended business college in Kingston and in 1889 struck out for the West Coast on the CPR. For several years he worked in sawmills and on rail construction in the US and western Canada, and eventually settled in as a chief engineer with the CPR. He was in charge of the construction of many CPR lines in eastern Canada from 1907 to 1910, but he is primarily...

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