1. Event recorded: Watchman, Nov. 1, 1918, page 1: First train over the CPR from Brockville to Sand Point in 1873.
2. Event recorded: Chronicle, July 31, 1930, page 7: reprint of article in Carleton Place Herald of Dec. 14, 1864 on “Great Railway Celebration at Arnprior” on Dec. 8. 1864.
3. Booklet “Broad Gauge in the Ottawa Valley” by Wayne Tasse (The Building of the Brockville and Ottawa Railway). Donated in 1996 by Wayne Tasse. Published in 1993. Photo of the Sand Point CPR station (Moved to Wayne Tasse fonds Dec 2014).
4. Eight-page typescript by James E. Isbester (Sand Point), dated July 27, 1988, entitled “Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound Railway” and “Brockville and Ottawa Railway”. Key terms: Canada Atlantic Railway; J.R. Booth; William Perley; Central Vermont Railway; Ottawa, Arnprior and Renfrew Railway; Ottawa and Parry Sound Railway; Canadian Pacific Railway; Grand Trunk Railway; Canadian National Railway; “Over the Hills to Georgian Bay” by Niall MacKay; Depot Harbour (Parry Sound); Glasgow Station; Goshen Station (copy of photo); Canada Central Railway; Alexander McDonell (Sand Point); Lake Huron, Ottawa and Quebec Railway; “H.A. Abbott” (name of locomotive, 1871);
5. Two CNR “bon voyage” telegrams sent to Margaret Stewart of Waba aboard the Cunard liner S.S. Aquitania in 1949.
6. In addition to the material above, there are 10 general CPR and CNR brochures circa 1940's 1950's which are interesting, but have no relevance to our local area.