C.P.R. will run a regular passenger train over their new branch to
Eganville this week. A new freight shed is being erected at the latter
place, which when completed will be 200 feet long and 30 feet wide. A
water tank is also being built.|
(Ottawa Free Press 3 Jan 1893)
The A. & N.-W. Ry. Co. are making preparations to build a freight shed at Eganville 200 feet long by 30 feet wide. The water tank is now nearly completed and a temporary round house will be built to hold an engine.
(Renfrew Mercury 6 Jan 1893)
From the Eganville Star.
Jack Frost on Tuesday morning took possession of the water tank at the C.P.R. station here which delayed the train one hour in leaving for Renfrew.
(Renfrew Mercury 17 Jan 1896)