Outline of Regina showing the path of the tornado
With a path of destruction left behind in the substantial homes and buildings of the more affluent end of town, the tornado then ripped through the rail yards and warehouse district before causing damage to the working class district on the other side of the tracks. As it hit the rail yard the tornado's path widened destroying a wider swath of homes and buildings before roaring out of the city limits.
Anderson, Frank (1980). Regina's Terrible Tornado, June 30, 1912. Surrey, BC, Heritage House Publishing Company
Bingaman, Sandra (2011) . Storm of the Century: The Regina Tornado of 1912. Regina, Saskatchewan: Canadian Plains Research Center Press