Monday, September 10, 1906 The Globe (Toronto) Page 4, col. 3

Trial trip on new road.

James Bay Railroad may be running in a few weeks.

It is altogether likely that regular passenger trains will be running on the James Bay Railroad in about two weeks, according to estimates of the officials. On Saturday evening General Manager C. W. Spencer and a party of gentleman connected with the new road returned from an inspection of the line as far north as Parry Sound. They left Toronto Friday morning and a speed of about 35 miles an hour was maintained, which is counted a good record for a trial run. The train was in charge of Conductor J. Brooks and Engineer Yarnold.

Railways: J.B.Ry.