|Wednesday, November 27, 1872, Vol. 29, No. 279||The Globe (Toronto)||Page 1, col. 7|
Latest from Hamilton.
Railway opening—The new letter boxes.
Hamilton, Nov. 26
This morning Mr. W. K. Muir, General Superintendent of the Great Western Railway, accompanied by the Chief Engineer, Contractor, and a number of the Directors of the Wellington, Grey and Bruce Railway, left this city by special train on a tour of inspection of that portion of the road between Paisley and Southampton, and thus opened it for public traffic.
Railways: W.G. & B.Ry.
Stations: Paisley, Southampton