|Wednesday, December 8, 1926||The Globe (Toronto)||Page 9, col. 7|
New railway yards are opened at Falls
(Special Despatch to The Globe.)
Niagara Falls, Ont., Dec. 7.—The new eastbound Canadian National Railways yards and the new Wabash lead went into operation this afternoon. R. H. Fish, General Superintendent of the division, Toronto; H. W. Matthews and O. W. Duff, with members of the engineering staff, were on the job, and watched the switchover. The Clifton Junction is being moved one mile west to the west end of the new yards and the station will be remodelled.
Railways: C.N.Rys., Wab.Rd.
Stations: Niagara Falls