|Thursday, September 28, 1911||The Northern Advance (Barrie)||Page 5, col. 1|
Across the bay
Operator Dixon of the G.T.R. has been transferred to Midland.
On Thursday the Penetang train was so heavy it necessitated a second engine to take it out.→
Mrs. Fisher of Bradford is the successor to our late ticket agent E. Chester, who resigned.
The new G.T.R. branch to Midland via Wyevale is becoming very busy as the company is hauling all its grain over this new route from the elevators in Midland.
From the present outlook it is possible that the G.T.R. will start passenger service over their new branch from Wyevale to Midland at once. Orders were given last week to fix up a coach here to be used as a temporary office and waiting-room at Wyebridge, so it is likely that this will be used to accommodate the travelling public at that point until such time as they can erect a more suitable station.