October 1942, No. 10 Upper Canada Railway Society Bulletin (Toronto) Page 4

Northern Railway of Canada

Time table no. 2—To take effect on and after Monday, June 8th, 1863.
Mail 1 Thro' Freight 2 Thro' Freight 3 Mail 4
6.40 AM 6.45 AM Dep Toronto (Brock St. Depot) Arr 2.00 9.00
6.55 7.10 Davenport 1.40 8.48
7.05 7.30 Weston 1.25 8.40
7.19 7.45 York 1.05 8.30
7.29 7.59 Thornhill 12.50 8.23
7.42 8.23 Richmond Hill 12.30 8.13
7.55 8.49 King 12.05 PM 8.02
8.15 9.33 Aurora 11.27 7.43
8.29 9.57 Newmarket 11.05 7.32
8.43 10.17 Holland Landing 10.50 7.20
8.55 10.35 Bradford 10.35 7.08
9.04 10.47 Scanlons 10.15 6.59
9.16 11.06 Gilford 9.52 6.45
9.25 11.18 Lefroy 9.40 6.35
9.30 Bell Ewart 6.25
9.45 Lefroy 6.20
10.02 11.42 Craigva1e 9.11 6.00
10.19 12.06 PM Arr Barrie Dep. 8.42 AM 5.40 PM
10.29 Dep Arr 5.30

Through Freight Trains will run only when traffic requires it.

A limited number of Box Cars, when necessary, may be attached to each passenger train.

Mail Train North connects at Collingwood with steamer for Meaford, Owen Sound, &c.

For passing Great Western and Grand Trunk crossings, sce Special Rules on the back of this Table.

Mail South wi1l not stop at York.

Passenger Traina may arrive at Way stations, three minutes ahead of time; Freight and Mixed Trains, ten minutes ahead of time; all to depart on time.

J.G. McGrath
Superintendent

Railways: N.Ry. of Can.

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