|Monday, November 24, 1884||The Globe (Toronto)||Page 6, col. 1|
Rails for the Northern & Pacific Junction Railway.
The first 1,400 tons of steel rails for the Northern & Pacific Junction Railway are expected here in a few days. From New York they have been shipped entirely by water, and were sent up the Hudson and by canal to Oswego, from whence they cross the lake to this city.
Railways: N. & P.J.Ry.