|Friday, November 28, 1902||The Newmarket Era||Page 8, col. 2|
The new water tank built by the G.T.R. company, near the railroad bridge, has a capacity for 45,000 gallons. The tank has 18 feet staves and is 24 feet in diameter. The pumping house is about 50 yards distant, and is ready for the machinery which will be placed in position very shortly.