|Friday, February 12, 1904||The Newmarket Era||Page 8, col. 2|
On the afternoon of Thursday, Feb. 4, the car from Newmarket was due to leave at 3.15 o'clock. There was a fierce storm blowing, but the track in several places was cleaned by a large number of men, who worked till midnight. There were three commercial men, a lady and a boy at this place. The car was finally snowbound in six feet of snow, and the roadmaster made arrangement at the Summit House here to pay expenses for the passengers until such time as they could return to Toronto. The motorman and conductor on the car, No. 29 and No. 12, deserve unlimited praise for their hard work.