Thursday, August 2, 1906, Vol. 29, No. 5 The Liberal (Richmond Hill) Page 5, col. 2

Twenty-six stations

President Mackenzie announces that the James Bay Railway between Toronto and Parry Sound will be open for passenger service within the next month, which would make the opening an auspicious one, since the exhibition traffic will then be beginning. The distance between Toronto and Parry Sound is about 150 miles. Intermediate stations a number of which are now in course of construction will be situated along the route as follows:—DuncanDuncan was later known as Oriole., ThornhillThornhill was known as Thornlea., Richmond Hill, Gormley, Vandorf, Pine Orchard, Mount Albert, Zephyr, CedardaleCedardakel was later known as Cedar Brae., Pefferlaw, Beaverton, Gamebridge, Brechin, Washago, Udney, Sparrow Lake, Southwood, Torrence, Bala, Dudley, Foote's Bay, St. Joseph, Blackstone, Falding, Parry Sound.

Railways: J.B.Ry.