|Thursday, October 26, 1911||The Northern Advance (Barrie)||Page 5, col. 2|
Eight empty cattle and box cars on the Grand Trunk through freight going west, jumped the track about two miles east of Breslau near Guelph Friday morning at four o'clock, delaying traffic for some considerable time. No one was injured, and but slight damage was done to the cars. Stratford auxiliary was called out, and had cars replaced by 10 o'clock. Toronto auxiliary was also called out, but it was not needed. This is the third wreck to occur at almost the same spot within the past few weeks, and trainman who are at all superstitious are beginning to think things.