|Friday, February 17, 1899, Vol. 48, No. 4||The Newmarket Era||Page 1, col. 3|
—At Pickering early Friday morning a collision between two freight trains made serious trouble. A double header left Little York for the east and when near Pickering crashed into a westbound freight. All three engines were damaged and several cars made into kindling wood. Conductor Kelly of the Little Yrok train was seriously injured, no one else was hurt. At Snelgrove a deep snow drift three two G.T.R. engines off the tracks. The tenders and fixtures were broken.