The last of the apples have been shipped from this terminus by the railroad; and the whole amount sent from this place and vicinity over the road foots up the handsome number of 7830 barrels.

The Nova Scotia gentlemen who lately visited this town and other places where the two-foot-gauge railroad is used, reported so favorably upon this system of road that the work of building the 90-mile one from Halifax along the coast, on the Mansfield plan, has already begun. A shorter road of the same kind is being built in North Carolinal; the outcome of an article on the Bridgton road in several of the big newspapers and subsequent correspondence with the officers of our road.

~ Take from the Bridgton News, Jan 13, 1893.