March 6, 1913 B.R.C. File No. 20855 (Train service at Washago) (Ottawa)

Grand Trunk Railway of Canada

Legal Department

W. H. Biggar, K.C.,

General Counsel

W. E. Foster

Assistant Solicitor

Montréal. March 6th, 1913.

A. D. Cartwright, Esq.,

Secretary, Board of Railway Commissioners.

Ottawa, Ont.

Dear Sir,—

Your File No. 20855 - Complaint of J. H. Thompson, Bracebridge

Referring to your letter of the 27th utlo. asking this Company to show cause why they should not stop train No. 65 at Washago.

Mr. Davis our Passenger Traffic Manager advises me that at the present time Washago is a regular flag stop for train #65, that is, to take passengers on and let passengers off which should fairly serve the requirements so far as this train is concerned.

Yours truly,
W.H. Biggar
General Counsel.

Railways: G.T.Ry.

Stations: Washago