|Tuesday, April 2, 1912||The Globe (Toronto)||Page 2|
Guelph, April 1.—(Special.)— .. The caboose attached to the G.T.R. way freight, which arrived in the Guelph Junction yard early on Sunday morning [March 31, 1912] from the north, was gutted by fire, the roof of the car being burned off and the interior charred. A lamp exploded, throwing the oil in every direction, while the train was still some distance from the yards, and the flames spread rapidly, setting fire to a car of lumber, but the lumber was saved by the city firemen.
Stations: Guelph Jct.