Throughout the storm the trains on the Bridgton railroad, though more or less delayed, succeeded in making their regular trips. The snow train was promptly put in operation, a crew of shovelers was secured, and the road kept open. It was feared by the public that the train might at any moment be “hung up” en route, but the B. & S. R. R. is a spunky young fellow.

~ Published by the Bridgton News on February 24, 1893.