|Friday, November 24, 1899, Vol. 48, No. 44||The Newmarket Era||Page 6, col. 2|
The mogulThe term mogul is used generically for a freight locomotive; the Metropolitan ordered a Baldwin-Westinghouse electric locomotive. locomotive of the Metropolitan Ry. Co. came whizzing through here last Tuesday for a trial, and truly it seemed to proclaim to Yonge street residents that the highway was now a regular railroad, and that we must keep off the street if we would avoid accidents.
The engine which is a powerful affair, worked perfectly.