Based on a hand drawn map by the late Omer Lavallée, C.M.
The original Carillon & Grenville ran from Carillon (Point A) to Grenville (Point B).
The Carillon & Grenville was abandoned from Carillon (Point A) to just West of Cushing (Point C) 5.4 miles.
The Carillon & Grenville’s right of way was reused from just West of Cushing (Point C) to Point D and from point E into Grenville (Point B).
Canadian Northern built a 1.1 mile connection from Cushing Jct. (Point F) to Point G on the former Great Northern Railway of Canada. They were then able to abandon the 4.98 miles from Point G to Point H.
In 1940 the CNR from Cushing Jct. (Point F) to Lachute was abandoned.
In 1953 the Grenville Spur from H through E to Grenville Town was abandoned.
CNO – Canadian National formerly Canadian Northern Ontario.
CNQ – Canadian National formerly Canadian Northern Quebec.