|Saturday, June 17, 1865||The Globe (Toronto)|
Opening of the Branch Railway.
Northern Railway of Canada.
Grand Cheap Excursion.
Wednesday, June 21, 1865.
Excursion Trains will leave the Brock St. Station as follows, namely:
At 7.00 a.m. precisely, calling at all Stations, for Volunteers and their friends. No Volunteers will be carried by any other Train going North. At 8 a.m. precisely, calling only at regular Stations. For excursionists only. From Collingwood at 6.00 a.m. precisely calling at all Stations.
Fares to Barrie and return lower than ever.
Volunteers Civilians From Toronto, and all other stations south of Bradford, 60¢ $1.00 From Bradford, Scanlons & Gilford, 40¢ 60¢ From Lefroy and Craigvale, 60¢ From Collingwood, 50¢ $1.00 From all other way stations north of Barrie, One fare
Volunteers and Regulars (in uniform only) at the lower rates. Excursion tickets will be issued only to Barrie.
All Free Passes suspended for this day.
Returning the Excursion Trains will arrive at 9.30 p.m.
Fred Cumberland, Managing Director.
Northern Railway Office, Toronto, June 17, 1865.
Railways: N.Ry. of Can.