Monday, November 2, 1959, No. 342870 The Globe and Mail (Toronto) Page 1, col. 7

Station burned

Special to The Globe and Mail

Georgetown, Nov. 1.—The Canadian National Railways station at Terra Cotta was destroyed Saturday night by fire believed set by Halloween pranksters. The 30 by 30 foot frame building was seldom used by the railway.

Earlier the outbuildings of the Hollywood Hotel were burned. Port Credit provincial police are investigating both incidents.

Railways: C.N.Rys.

Stations: Terra Cotta