|Thursday, January 1, 1925||The Globe (Toronto)||Page 3, col. 6|
Increased rail traffic reported at Bridgeburg
Special Despatch to The Globe.
Bridgeburg, Dec. 31.—A New Year's gift to this frontier terminus us announced today in connection with the decision of the Michigan Central Railway here to take on additional men. A busy winter is anticipated at the border for the M.C.R., as both east and west bound freight is increasing. The Wabash business has been increasing for some time, and the Canadian National is also commencing to pick up. Railway men in general believe that the dull period is to be succeeded by a period of activity.
Railways: C.N.Rys., M.C.Rd., Wab.Rd.