June 25, 1924

June 25, 1924

Restoration Of Famous Bluenose Train Service

The Dominion Atlantic Railway announce, the "Bluenose" fast passenger train service between Halifax and Yarmouth, through the Land of Evangeline, will be inaugurated on Monday, July 7th, and continued until September 27th.

The "Bluenose" leaving Halifax at 9.05 a.m. daily, except Sunday, will connect at Yarmouth for Boston with the Boston & Yarmouth steamers, S. S. "Prince George" and "Northland"; and at Digby with steamer "Empress" for St. John, N. B., Montreal and Western points.

Passengers leaving Boston at 2.00 p.m. (Daylight Saving Time) will connect at Yarmouth with the "Bluenose" train and arrive at Halifax 4.25 p.m., next day.

Leaving Montreal at 12.45 p.m., via C.P.R., will connect at St. John with the S. S. "Empress" next morning and reach Halifax via D. A. R. "Bluenose" train at 4.25 p.m.

New Observation – Buffet – Parlor Cars will be run on the "Bluenose" trains between Halifax and Yarmouth.

The daily express trains, known as No. 95, from Halifax, and No. 98 from Yarmouth, will continue on present daily, except Sunday, schedule.

Through tickets and stateroom accommodation can be secured from D.A.R. Ticket Agent.