The Chung Collection

Chung Logo

The Chung Collection

Industrial switching demurrage court case Canadian Pacific Railway. British Columbia Coast Steamship Service 1978

Item Metadata

Download

Media
chungtext-1.0356066.pdf
Metadata
JSON: chungtext-1.0356066.json
JSON-LD: chungtext-1.0356066-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): chungtext-1.0356066-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: chungtext-1.0356066-rdf.json
Turtle: chungtext-1.0356066-turtle.txt
N-Triples: chungtext-1.0356066-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: chungtext-1.0356066-source.json
Full Text
chungtext-1.0356066-fulltext.txt
Citation
chungtext-1.0356066.ris

Full Text

 ■*-
i
4
I
U
p
*:i
&
■*~»
^
o
w
n-
CQ
t.~*
O
^'
H
H
CJ
o
H
S»-i#
[-)!*
a
M
No. C781597
Vancouver Registry
,THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
CANADIAN PACIFIC LIMITED
PLAINTIFF
BRITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO AND POWER
AUTHORITY
DEFENDANT
AND:
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMITED
THIRD PARTY
AMENDED STATEMENT OF CLAIM
1. The Plaintiff is a body corporate, incorporated
pursuant to an Act of Parliament, and has a place of business
at 200 Granville Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, and
carries on a general transportation business in the Province
of Manitoba and British Columbia and elsewhere in Canada.
2. The Defendant is a company duly incorporated...
pursuant to a Provincial Statute and has a place of business
^and address for service at 970 Burrard Street, Vancouver,
British Columbia.
3.       Federal Pioneer Limited is a body corporate,
extra-provincially registeredpursuant, to the lav/s of /-nT
jjtfBlA
2 -
British Columbia and has a head office located at 2551 Viking
Way, Richmond, British Columbia.
4.       Between the dates of March 17, 1975 and March JUL,
1975, the Plaintiff entered into nine'contracts of carriage
with Federal Pioneer Limited named as the shipper and the
Defendant named as the consignee on each of the ning bills
of lading.
I
5.       In accordance with the provision of the contracts
of carriage, the Plaintiff placed the following railcars on
their railsiding at Coquitlam, British Columbia, on the
following days:
(a) BCH 201   placed on March 27, 19 75
(b) CP  309966 placed on March 27, 1975
(c) CP  304525 placed on March 27, 1975
(d>  CP  301158 placed on March 21 __!_____
(e) CP  303218 placed on March 22_J_JL9_25_
(f) CP  304649 placed on March 22, 1975
(g) CP 303589 placed on March 22, 1975
(h) ;CP  303598 placed on March 31, 1975
CP 301907 placed on April  1, 1975J) _->N Ifi/feTi N(rH 6 tf$£
X.
6. Pursuant to the terms of each of the nine contracts
of carriage, the Plaintiff notified the Defendant immediately
upon the arrival of each of the railcars at Coquitlam,
	 - 3 -.
o
British Columbia, and on several occasions thereafter that
the_ railcars had arrived at their destination and that they
were ready to be offloaded by the Defendant.
7.       The Defendant refused and or neglected to offload
the railcars until the following dates, thereby incurring
the following demurrage and/or detention charges in respect
of each of the following railcars:
Railcar   Offloaded On  Demurrage Charge  Detention Charge
$ 2,780.90 </
(a) BCH 201
(b) CP 309966
(c) CP 304525
(d) CP 301158
(e) CP 303218
(f) CP 304649
(g) CP 303589
(h) CP 303598
April 18
April 17
April 25
April 25
April 22
April 23
April 23
April 25
$   700.00 v
(2,589.11 _£ >(^650.rj0^
1,050.00 v .    -
1,050.00 7
/    -
1,250.00
1,300.00
1,300.00
1,050.00
/
(i) CP  301907
April 28
TOTAL   $13,520.01
/S370^01
ALL   CHARGES   TOTAL   	
$ 1,350.00
14,870.01
# /37jo.O|
8.       The Plaintiff pleads the provisions of the Bills
of Lading Act, R.S.C. Chapter 16, the Railway Act, R.S.C.
Chapter 234, and amendments thereto, and the Canadian Car
Demurrage Rules filed with the Car Transport Commission as . Vancouver
neyj-3 *-■*-■*
-.   4   -
tariff numbered C.T.C.(F) No. 8 and all Supplements and
all re-issues thereof.
WHEREFORE the Plaintiff claims:
(a) the sum of $14,870.01";
(b) costs of this action;
(c) interest pursuant to the provisions of the
Prejudgment Interest Act, 1974, S.B.C. Chapter 65;
and
(d) such other relief as this Honourable Court may
deem meet.
Place of trial:  Vancouver, British Columbia.
kj^>-  \+^3z
Solicitor for the Plaintiff
To:      The Defendant
And to:  The Third Party
. ^riif^
BWBMBBMIHliWttlllBWitfr^
AND:
AND:
No. C781597
VANCOUVER REGISTRY
N THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
CANADIAN PACIFIC LIMITED
PLAINTIFF
BRITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO AND POWER
AUTHORITY
DEFENDANT
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMITED
THIRD PARTY
o
!
STATEMENT OF DEFENCE
1. The Defendant admits the allegations of fact
contained in paragraphs 1 and 3 of the Amended Statement of
Claim.
2. In answer to paragraph 2 of the Amended Statement
of Claim the Defendant says that it Is incorporated pursuant
to the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority Act, 1964,
S.B.C. 1964, Chapter 7-
3. In answer to paragraph 4 of the Amended Statement
of Claim, the Defendant denies that It entered into a contract
of carriage with the Plaintiff or the Third Party Federal
Pioneer Limited.  The Defendant says that on March 17, 19, 20
and 21, 1975s a total of eight bills of lading were issued by
...2 c
v
- 2 -
or on behalf of the Plaintiff at the request of and to the
Third Party and upon each such issue, a contract was entered
into between the Plaintiff as carrier, and the Third Party as
shipper.  The Defendant further says that on each of the eight
bills of lading, It was named as consignee of the goods described
therein, and accordingly, pursuant to the provisions of the
Bills of Lading Act, R.S.C. 1970, Chapter B-6, the Defendant is
vested with all such rights of action as if the contracts
contained in the said bills of lading had been with the Defendant.
4.       In answer to paragraph 5 of the Amended Statement of
Claim, the Defendant denies that there was a contract of
carriage made In respect of car CP 301907 and has no knowledge
of the Plaintiff delivering or placing the said car.  The
Defendant admits that the remaining railcarslisted in paragraphs
'5(a) to 5(h) inclusive were placed by the Plaintiff on the dates
set forth therein, but specifically denies that such placement
was made in accordance with the terms of the contracts of
carriage.
5.        The Defendant denies each and every allegation of fact
set forth In paragraph 6 of the Amended Statement of Claim.
6.        In answer to paragraph 7 of the Amended Statement of
Claim, the Defendant admits that the railcars (excepting car
CP 301907)were released by the Plaintiff on the dates set forth
...3 - 3 -
therein, but denies each and every other allegation of fact
contained therein, and in particular, denies that it refused
or neglected to offload the said railcars.
7.      In answer to the whole of the Amended Statement of
Claim, the Defendant says as follows:
(a)  On each of the following dates, a total of. eight bills
of lading was issued by or on behalf of the Plaintiff as carrier,
In respect of the following railcars:
Date of Issue
(i) March 17, 1975
(Ii) ■ March 17, 1975
(iii) March 17, 1975
(iv) March 17, 1975
(v) March 19, 1975
(vi) March 19, 1975
(vii) March 20, 1975
(viii) March 21, 1975
Car Number
BCH 201
CP 303218
CP 304649
CP 303589
cp 304525
cp 301158
CP 309966
CP 303598
(b) The contract contained In each of the eight bills of
lading was made between the Plaintiff as carrier and the
Third Farty as shipper.
(c) The Defendant was named in each of the eight bills of
lading as consignee of the goods described therein.  The mail
address of the Defendant was shown In the said bills of lading
as Meridian Substation.  The said goods Included a transformer
and transformer parts.
(d)
^
The destination shown on each of the bills of lading
..4 E
- 4 -
is described as follows: "COQUITLAM BRITISH COLUMBIA NEAREST
RAILSIDING IOCO OIL REFINERY."
(e) It was therefore a term of each of the contracts
of carriage that the Plaintiff as common carrier, would deliver
the respective railcars from VJinnipeg, Manitoba, to the
Defendant at the loco Oil Refinery railsiding (hereinafter
referred to as "the loco railsiding").
(f) The Plaintiff failed to deliver any of the railcars
to the loco railsiding and thereby breached the foregoing term
of each of the contracts of carriage.
(g) On or about March 26, 1975, a representative of
the Plaintiff orally advised a representative of the Defendant
that cars BCH 201 and CP 309966 were at the Plaintiff's yard
in Coquitlam, British Columbia, but that the two said railcars
were in excess of the weight restrictions on the Noons Creek
trestle between Port Moody, British Columbia and the loco
railsiding, and the Plaintiff was therefore unable to deliver
the railcars to the loco railsiding.
(h)     As a result, the Defendant was forced to locate
other railsiding at premises of Puckerfield*s Ltd. in Coquitlam,
British Columbia to which the Plaintiff could deliver the rail-
cars for unloading by the Defendant.
5 1
E
- 5 -
(i)    In addition, the Defendant incurred damages and
costs In having to relocate overhead utilities in order to
transport the goods by highway from the railsiding at
Buckerfield's Ltd. to the Meridian substation instead of from
the loco railsiding.
(j)    The Plaintiff could-have delivered, and was
contractually obliged to deliver, the remaining six railcars
(cars CP 304525, CP 301158, CP 303218, CP 304649, CP 303589 and
CP 303598) to the loco railsiding.  Instead the Plaintiff
unreasonably detained all eight railcars at its said Coquitlam
yard.
(k)    The Plaintiff finally delivered all of the railcars
(excepting car 301907 'of which the Defendant has no knowledge,
or alternatively, denies that demurrage attached thereto) to
the said Buckerfield's railsiding in Coquitlam, British Columbia
and placed the railcars on the dates as set forth in paragraph
5 of the Amended Statement of Claim.
(1)    The Plaintiff knew or ought reasonably to have known
at or about the time it accepted the goods from the Third Party,
of the weight restrictions on the Noons Creek trestle.
(m) The Plaintiff breached an implied term of the contract
of carriage, or alternatively was negligent, in failing to advise
or inform the Third Party or the Defendant within a reasonable ~)
;
- 6 -
time after accepting the goods, of any weight restrictions
prohibiting the delivery of the railcars to the loco railsiding.
The Plaintiff knew that the gross weights of cars BCH 201 and
CP 309966 were 474460 and 471660 pounds respectively, and
further knew or ought reasonably to have known that the weight
restrictions on the Noons Creek trestle was 263,000 pounds.
(n)     The Defendant therefore says that if demurrage
attached to any or all of the railcars, then such demurrage
was incurred as a result of the delays, breaches of contract
and negligence of the Plaintiff and therefore, any such demurrage
is to the account of the Plaintiff.
(o)     The Plaintiff pleads and relies on the said Bills of
Lading Act, and section 262(c) of the Railway £ct, R.S.C. 1970.
Chapter P.-2.
D
8. In the alternative or further answer to the whole
of the Amended Statement of Claim, the Defendant says as
follows:
(a)      On or about September 7, 1973, the Defendant and
the Third Party entered into a contract (referenced for identification as No. CQ-7877) for the design, manufacture, testing
and delivery of a quantity of 500 kV power transformers.  The
contract between the Defendant and the Third Party is hereinafter referred to as "the Contract").
1 ■jyUi*ifeJCM*«-=*'j^--)tv.'>.'i.
0
- 7 -
(b) The Contract provided that the Delivery Points for
the transformers were the nearest railcar siding to each of
the Defendant's substations, and further provided that delivery
of the transformers for the Defendant's Meridian substation
in Coquitlam,  British Columbia, would be the nearest railsiding
at the loco Oil Refinery in British Columbia.
(c) It was a term of the Contract that the Third Party
would be fully responsible for obtaining railway clearance for
the equipment to travel over the railway route or routes from
its factory to the destination.
(d) The Third Party breached a term of the Contract by
failing to obtain railway clearance, with the result that the
Plaintiff was unable to deliver the railcars containing the
goods to the loco railsiding.  The Defendant therefore says
that the Third Tarty is fully responsible for any delays in
unloading the railcars and resulting demurrage.
(e) Alternatively, the Defendant says that the Third
Farty was negligent in failing to give proper shipping
Instructions to the Plaintiff, with the result that delays and
demurrage were incurred, for which the Third Party is fully
responsible.
9. Particulars of the damage and costs sustained
by the Defendant as a result of the railcars being delivered
...8 - 8 -
to other than the loco railsiding (and referred to in paragraph
7(i) herein) are as follows:
Raising cable to facilitate a B.C.
Hydro move between Lougheed Highway
and Dewdney Trunk Road along loco
Road to the Meridian Sub-station
site in Coquitlam.
Total Direct Labour
Motor Vehicle Expense
$1,736.28
740.97
$ 2,477.25
10.      The Defendant says that the Plaintiff or alternatively
the Third Party are fully responsible to the Defendant for the
sum of $2,477.25.
WHEREFORE the Defendant claims:
(a) the sum of $2,477.25
(b) that this action be dismissed against it with costs.
DATED at Vancouver, in the Province of British
Columbia, this      day of October, 1978.
.
y. M . ,  77 /'r_rL i.^-l-
Solicitor for the Defendant
TO:       The Plaintiff
AND TO:    Its Solicitor
N. D. Mullins, Q.C.
AND TO:    The Third Party
AND TO:    Its Solicitor
Lawrence & Shaw
This STATEMENT OF DEFENCE is filed by William D. Mitchell, Esq.,
whose place of business and address for service is 18th Floor,
970 Burrard Street, Vancouver, B.C.  V6Z 1Y3. No.  C781597
Vancouver Registry
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
/O/BETWEEN:
CANADIAN PACIFIC LIMITED
PLAINTIFF
AND
BRITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO AND POWER
AUTHORITY
DEFENDANT
AND:
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMITED
THIRD PARTY
STATEMENT OF DEFENCE OF THE THIRD PARTY TO
STATEMENT OF CLAIM AND TO THIRD PARTY NOTICE
Statement of Defence to Statement of Claim
■
1. The Third Party admits the allegations of fact
contained in paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of the amended
Statement of Claim;
2. In answer to paragraph 4 of the amended Statement
of Claim, the Third Party denies that any contract was
entered into with the Plaintiff for the carriage of
goods and puts the Plaintiff to the strict proof thereof,
but if any contracts were made, the Third Party says that
on March 17, 19, 20 and 21, 1975, a total of eight bills
of lading were issued by or on behalf of the Plaintiff
at the request of and to the Third Party and upon each
issue, a contract was entered into between the Plaintiff,
as carrier, the Third Party, as shipper, and the Defendant,
as consignee; - 2 -
3.   In answer to paragraph 5 of the amended Statement
of Claim, the Third Party denies the existence nf any
^- contracts of carriage, but if such contracts were entered
into, the Third Party denies that there was a contract of
carriage made in respect of car CP 301907 and has no knowledge of the Plaintiff delivering or placing the said car.
Further, the Third Party says that if any contracts of
carriage were entered into, the Third Party admits the
railcars listed in paragraphs 5 (a) to 5 (h) inclusive were
placed by the Plaintiff on the dates set forth therein, but
denies that such placement was made in accordance with the
terms of the contracts of carriage;
4. In answer to paragraph 6 of the amended Statement
of Claim, the Third Party denies the existence of any
contracts of carriage, but if such contracts exist, the
Third Party says that eight contracts of carriage were
entered into by the Plaintiff, as carrier, the Third Party,
as shipper, and the Defendant, as consignee.  Further, the
Third Party denies that the Plaintiff gave notice to the
Defendant and that if any such notice was given, the Third
Party denies that such notice was proper and further denies
that the railcars were ready to be offloaded;
5. In answer to paragraph 7 of the amended Statement of
Claim, the Third Party denies the existence of any contracts
of carriage, but if such contracts were entered into, the
Third Party denies the allegations of fact contained in
paragraph 7, particularly the allegation of fact contained
in paragraph 7 (i);
3
6. If any contracts of carriage were entered into, which
the Third Party denies, then in answer to the whole of the
amended Statement of Claim, the Third Party says as follows:
# 5^vv£c) rzuJ? 6/l (')
3 -
(a) A total of eight bills of lading were issued
by or on behalf of the Plaintiff, as carrier, in
respect of the following railcars:
BCH 201
CP 309966
CP 304525
CP 301158
CP 303218
CP 304649
CP 303589
CP 303598
(b) The contracts contained in each of the eight
bills of lading were made between the Plaintiff, as
carrier, and the Third Party, as shipper, with the
Defendant named as consignee of the goods to be carried;
(c) The Third Party contracted with the Plaintiff in
each contract to carry the goods which were the subject
of the contracts from Winnipeg, Manitoba, to the
Defendant at the loco Oil Refinery railsiding (hereinafter referred to as the "loco railsiding");
(d) Prior to the issuance of the above-mentioned bills
of lading, the Third Party had specified the nature,
dimensions and weight of the goods which were the subject
of the contracts of carriage to the Plaintiff and relied
upon the Plaintiffs representation that the said goods
could be carried by the Plaintiff to the loco railsiding;
(e) The representation of the Plaintiff was a material
term of each and every contract of carriage;
(f) In order that the goods be delivered to the loco
railsiding, the destination shown on each of the afore- ..,,..
- 4
mentioned bills of lading was described as:
MERIDIAN SUBSTATION COQUITLAM BRITISH COLUMBIA
NEAREST RAILSIDING IOCO OIL REFINERY
(g)  The Plaintiff failed to deliver any of the railcars
to the loco railsiding and thereby breached the aforementioned term of each of the contracts of carriage;
(h)  Any and all damage suffered by the Plaintiff Is
as a result of its breach of the afore-mentioned term
of the contracts of carriage, or, alternatively, its
negligence in representing to the Third Party that the
goods which were the subject of the contracts of carriage
could be transported to the loco railsiding;
(i)  Alternatively, the Third Party says that if the
Plaintiff was not in breach of the contracts of carriage,
that the Plaintiff failed to mitigate its damages in not
delivering to the  loco railsiding the following railcars:
CP 304525
CP 301158
CP 303218
CP 304649
CP 303589
CP 303598
Statement of Defence to Third Party Notice
7.   The Third Party admits the allegations of fact contained in paragraph 2;
8.   The Third Party denies the allegations of fact contained
in paragraph 3 and paragraph 4 and puts the Defendant to
strict proof thereof; Internal Correspondence
B
Date
From
To
IbCO   faJl ^Ua** -fnitoufi *uU*a4) rurwtd /^
if wouldM. fe**M* cUul & fvfttojtMA
T<*tMb (ruin** rf loco - C4> QaJJI **W-
FORM   I02A-R E
- 5 -
9.   In answer to paragraph 5 of the Statement of
Defence, the Third Party re-states paragraph 4;
10. In answer to paragraph 6 of the Statement of Defence,
the Third Party re-states paragraph 5;
11. In answer to paragraph 7 of the Statement of Defence,
the Third Party denies the existence of any contract of
carriage and puts the Defendant to strict proof thereof,
but if such contracts exist, the Third Party admits the
allegations of fact contained in paragraphs 7 (a) to 7 (c)
and 7 (e) to 7 (f) inclusive and in response to paragraph 7 (d)
re-states paragraph 6 (f) ;
12.  In answer to paragraph 7 (g) to paragraph 7 (o) of
the Statement of Defence, the Third Party says that it has
no knowledge of the allegations of fact contained therein
and puts the Defendant to strict proof thereof;
13.  In answer to paragraph 8 of the Defendant's Statement
of Defence, the Third Party says as follows:
(a)  The Third Party denies the existence of a contract
for the design, manufacture, testing and delivery of
a quantity of 500 kV power transformers and puts the
Defendant to strict proof thereof;
(b)  If such a contract did exist, which is not admitted
the Third Party denies that the contract provided for
the delivery points of the transformers to be the nearest railsiding to each of the Defendant's substations,
and further denies that the contract provided for the
delivery of transformers for the Defendant's Meridian
substation in Coquitlam, British Columbia, to the nearest
railsiding, located at the loco Oil Refinery in British
Columbia; ^mmmmmmrmymammmaaBm
6   -
(c)  The Third Party further denies that if such a
contract existed, that the Third Party would be fully
responsible for maintaining railway clearance for the
equipment to travel over the railway route or routes
from its factory to the destination;
(d)  The Third Party denies each and every allegation
of fact contained in paragraphs 8 (d) and 8 (e);
13.  If any contract did exist between the Defendant and
Third Party, which the Third Party denies, then in answer
to the whole of the Statement of Defence, the Third Party
says as follows:
(a)  The  Third Party repeats paragraph 6 (a) to 6 (g)
of its Statement of Defence to the Statement of Claim;
(b) As a result of the breach of contract by the
Plaintiff, the goods which were the subject of the
contracts of carriage remained at Coquitlam, British
Columbia, and were not offloaded from the railcars used
to transport the said goods;
(c) The Defendant was aware that the goods had arrived
at Coquitlam, British Columbia, and failed to take
It5at!6nable steps to mitigate the damage caused by the
breach of contract of the Plaintiff;
(d)  The Third Party says that any damage and costs
sustained by the Defendant as a result of the railcars
being delivered to Coquitlam, British Columbia, rather
than the loco railsiding are a result of the breach of
contract by the Plaintiff and the failure of the Plaintiff
to mitigate its damages and the failure of the Defendant
to reasonably mitigate the damage caused by the breach of 1 mam
-   7   -
contract by  the  Plaintiff;
)
(e) The Third Party further says that it performed
its contractual obligation to provide for the
delivery of the afore-mentioned goods in accordance
with the terms of the agreement to the loco railsiding
and that any damage caused by a failure to deliver the
said goods to the loco railsiding is a result of the
breaches of contract by the Plaintiff and the Defendant,
or, alternatively, the negligence of the Plaintiff and
Defendant in failing to reasonably ascertain the
location and existence of the loco railsiding, in
failing to provide for adequate railway clearance to
the loco railsiding and in failing to mitigate their
damages;
(f) Alternatively, if the Third Party is in breach
of a term of a contract with the Defendant that the
Third Party would be fully responsible for maintaining
railway clearance to the loco railsiding, the Third
Party says that the Defendant failed to mitigate its
damages and, alternatively, that the damages which
the Defendant seeks to recover from the Third Party are
too remote;
WHEREFORE THE THIRD PARTY CLAIMS:
(a)  That the claim of the Plaintiff for the sum of
$14,870.01 be dismissed;
_
(b) That the claim of the Defendant for contribution
and indemnity from the Third Party for any sums owing
to the Plaintiff be dismissed;
(c) That the claim of the Defendant for the sum of
$2,477.25 be dismissed; - 8
(d)  Costs of this action;
(e)  Such
deem meet.
other relief as this Honourable Court may
T3v.,-4.4ch Columbia, this 6th day
DATED at Vancouver, Britisn coxumuj-d,
of November, 1978.
<     I
Solicitors for Third Party
To:
And To:
The Plaintiff
Its solicitor, N. D. Mullins, Esq. Q.C,
To:
And To:
The Defendant
Its Solicitor, W. D. Mitchell, Esq.
THIS STATEMENT ^.^^^^^tt^S^S.   "*
firm of Lawrence & Shaw, ?""st®" *nplace of business
solicitors for the Third Party whose plac    ^
and address for service is 2500   5»o
Vancouver, B.C.  V7X 1L1 .'// I
' ■ ■ L
.' ' ■ -V   ' ]
■ ■
si
■ Ufa
m
■
3u tbr §>upmn? (Court of Irtfeh (Columbia
(Before the Examiner)
No.       C7 81597
MarcYrav,erEl¥79
BETWEEN:
CANADIAN PACIFIC LIMITED
Plaintiff
AND:
BRITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO AND POWER AUTHORITY
Defendant
AND:
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMITED
Third Party
EXAMINATION^OR DISCOVERY
TREVOR DAVID COLES
Mrs. P. Maughan—
Miss L.A. Loo
C.B. Coutts, Esq.
Appeallug for the Plaintiff
Appearing for the Defendant
Appearing for the Third Party
OFFICIAL. COURT   REPORTERS
GO6-736  GRANVILLE  ST.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
VB2 1H4 TREVOR DAVID COLES,  sworn:
EXAMINED BY MR. COUTTSi
1 Q    Could you tell us your full name, please?
A    Trevor David Coles.
2 Q    And you are employed by CP. Rail?
A    CP. Pail/ yeah.
3 Q    What's your position with CP. Rail?
A    Terminal car load movement supervisor.
4 Q    For what area?
A    The Greater Vancouver area.
5 Q    And that includes, I presume, Coquitlam, loco.
Port Moody area?
A    Yes, it does.
6 Q    How long have you held that position?
A    I wa3 appointed to the position two years ago
but I relieved on the position for a period of
about five years prior to my appointment. It
was off and on, off and on.
7 Q What was your prior position?
A    Industrial clerk.
8 Q    In Vancouver?
A    Yeah.
9 Q    How often did you relieve at this other position?
A    For a five-year period on and off. It depended,
you know, in some cases I was on the job for
the whole years.
10 Q    Were you directly concerned at all with these V
shipments?
A    These shipments in *75? No, not at that time.
11 Q    So up until the arrival of this law suit you
never heard of these shipments?
A    That's correct, no.
12 Q    Since that tirae, you've informed yourself of
as many details as you can?
A    Yes.
13 Q    About these shipments?
A    Yes.
14 Q    Now, could you explain just simply the number
of documents which would be generated by a
shipment of a rail car? We know already the
shipper prepares a bill of lading in four copies,
gives one to the railway. What does the railway
do from there?
A    We sign the bill of lading that is produced
by the shipper and we retain the number 2 copy
for our own purposes and from that we make a
weigh bill which is almost a duplicate of the
shipping order or bill of lading and that travels
with the car to its destination.
15 Q And the function of the weigh bill is what?
A   Well, it's a document to move that car. It's
a —
16 Q    — it's an inter-railway document; is that what 17
19
20
Q
18  Q
A
Q
A
21       Q
(OFF THE
MR.   COU1
22       Q
A
it is?
If that's the case, yes. If the shipment was
an inter-line shipment, yes.
The weigh bill, does it ever come into the
hands of the shipper or consignee?
When the car reaches its destination the
consignee usually gets a copy of the weigh bill.
Plus a copy of the bill of lading or just a
copy of the —
— just a copy of the weigh bill from CP.
rail. It may get a copy of the bill of lading
from the shipper.
Okay. You know in this case we're concerned
with eight separate car loads?
Exactly.
Do you have with you the eight weigh bills?
Yes, I do — pardon me, I don't have the originals.
I have photocopies.
Could you now produce those eight weigh bills?
SCORD DISCUSSION)
t
A weigh bill is eventually handed to the consignee
at the end of the trip; is that correct?
No, not exactly. The weigh bill is many parts.
There may be as much as eight copies of a weigh
bill and much like the bill of lading, they are 23  Q
24
26
27
A
Q
A
25  Q
numbered you see. And they're described at
the top. What the reason for the copy is and
usually the customer's copy is so marked. I'm
not sure of the number.
Well, to whom do these various copies of weigh
bills go?
To the consignee *
You give the consignee how many copies?
Depends, they can — they could have a number
2 copy and what we call a freight arrival
notice.
Well, in this particular case, did you give a
copy to B.C. Hydro?
Well, as you know, I wasn't aware of what took
place at that particular time but that would be
the policy. We wouldn't give it to them, we'd
put it in the mail, you see.
What about the shipper, does he ever wind up
with a copy of the weigh bill?
I can't answer that question, I don't know the
shipping.
What documents are generated in order to bill
the shipper?
Oh, yeah, pardon me, if it was a prepared shipment, the shipper would get copies of the weigh
bill. That would go out on his account, you see?
W*
EaUlKESrtK^ 28 Q    Okay, now are there — besides the weigh bill
and the bills of lading or bill of lading, are
there any other documents which accompany the
shipment?
A    In the case of what we described as high, wide
load, you would have line clearances attached
to the weigh bill.
29 Q    How many of the eight cars in question were high,
wide loads?
A    Two of them.
30 Q    I'm instructed that at least two of the other
cars would have similar clearance documents;
I'm referring to cars 303 589 and 301 158 and
both are carrying items described as two
sections A-frama.
A    Well, that could be correct.  I didn't study
this in detail but usually on open-top equipment
it all has to be inspected by the car department
for line clearances so, in effect, we would
get a clearance on all of them, even though a
restriction did not apply, you see.
31 Q    Could you tell me then which cars you have the
clearances for? Now, besides the clearances,
weigh bills and bill of lading, are there any
other documents that would be generated by these
shipments? A
32  Q
33  Q
(EXHIBIT 1
(EXHIBIT 2
(EXHIBIT 3
(EXHIBIT 4
(EXHIBIT 6
(EXHIBIT 7
(EXHIBIT 8
MR. COUTTS
34
What form of a document are you looking for?
I'm just wondering about any of them, this
type of clearance, any clearance documents, other
documents which CP. prepares?
Well, you just have the weigh bill and the
clearances.
Let's mark the bills of lading 1 through 8. The
bill of lading for car 304 525 would be Exhibit
1. Bill of lading for 303 598 would be Exhibit
2. Bill of lading for 301 158 would be Exhibit
3. Bill of lading 303 589 would be Exhibit 4.
Bill of lading 304 649 would be Exhibit 5. Bill
of lading 303 218 would be Exhibit 6. Bill of
lading for 309 966 would be Exhibit 7. And bill
of lading for BCTI 201 would be Exhibit 8.
FOR IDENTIFICATION:  bill of lading 304 525)
FOR IDENTIFICATIONr  bill of lading 303 598)
FOR IDENTIFICATION:  bill of lading 301 158)
FOR IDENTIFICATION:  bill of lading 303 589)
FOR IDENTIFICATION: bill of lading 303 218)
FOR IDENTIFICATION:  bill of lading 309 966)
FOR IDENTIFICATION:  bill of lading BCH 201)
: I should add the documents which are being
numbered are the number 2 copy of the bill of
lading with only the front portion xeroxed.
Using Exhibits 1 to 8, I think I'll firstly .
1
_J
try to find out the exact amount of demurrage
you are claiming for each car. What in the way
of demurrage are you claiming for car BCH 201?
MRS. MAUGHAN: That's all stated in our statement of claim.
(OFF THE RECORD DISCUSSION)
MR. COUTTS:
35 Q    Okay, according to paragraph 7 of the amended
statement of claim, in respect of BCH 201 car,
you are claiming $2,780.90. Could you tell
us, please, how that amount is calculated?
A    The demurrage is — first of all, you are
allowed 48 hours free time to unload a car.
When the free time expires, then the charges
commence on a daily basis. I'm not sure of what
the scale was at that particular time because
the rate3 go up, as you know, every year.
36 Q    What is the daily or hourly charge on that car?
A    The daily or hourly?
37 Q  ' How did you compute the charge of $2,780.90?
A    Well first of all you'd have to find out how
many days past the free time it was held. Then
you would multiply that number of days times the
rate that existed at that time.
38 Q    What was the rate at that time?
A    Well, I haven't got it in my head but — without
looking at the tarriff —
8 39 Q    — could you please inform yourself as to the
rate and let us know at a different — at a
later date?
A    Certainly.
40 Q    When did car BCH 201 arrive at its destination
in Coquitlam?
MRS. MAUGHAN:  That information is found in our statement
of claim in paragraph 5.
MR. COUTTS: Paragraph 5 of the statement of claim says
the cars arrived on March 27, 1975. You agree
with that?
A    I can't answer that question because it was
placed on March 27. I would have to check out
the exact arrival date. It may have arrived the
day before and was placed on March 27.
41 Q    Could you find out when the car arrived in the
Coquitlam area?
A    Wall, we have this listed somewhere, don't we?
(OFF THE RECORD DISCUSSION)
MR. COUTTS:
42 Q    I'm showing you three documents which appear to
be numbered 162 to 167 provided to me by your
counsel. Could you identify those documents?
A    That is a copy of the log book maintained at
that particular period of time by the local
freight agents at Coquitlam.
■ ■
■:
9 i
43 Q    In an office in Coquitlam?
A    In an office in Coquitlam, yeah.
44 Q    And from those sheets can you show us how these
amounts of demurrage are calculated?
A    Well, on the eight cars or just —
45 Q    — just deal with one, BCH 201?
A    BCH 201 arrived March 26 at 1900 hours.  It was
advised on March 27 at 7K —
46 Q    — who was advised?
A    B.C. Hydro. I presume — I mean, they are the
consignee, so they would be contacted.
47 Q    Does it say on that sheet who advised them?
A    No, it doesn't.
48 Q    Or how they were advised?
A    It doesn't say that on this sheet. But il  must
point out that this is simply a log book.
49 Q    What other documents do you have, then, that
would show who advised them and how they were
advised and —
MRS. KAUGHAN:  — I don't believe we have that information,
MR. COUTTS:  Off the record for a minute.
(OFF THE RECORD DISCUSSION)
MR. COUTTS:
50 Q    Let's deal with that one, being, BCH 201, who
advised B.C. Hydro?
A    Mr. Jim Brown was our local agent at the time
1
10 51
52
Q
A
Q
and he told — phoned. Now, you have to remember
that he's going by recollection because this
was a telephone call.
Excuse me, when did he recollect this?
When did he recollect this?
Yes? When you say "recollected" —
MRS. MAUGHAN: — what was the date of the document?
?
THE WITNESS:  December 27th. ;
MR. COUTTS:
53 Q    Of what year?
A    Of 1978. \
54 Q    Okay, Jim Brown —
A    — Jim Brown, the local freight agent gave
telephone confirmation that the cars arrived to
a Mr. G. Francis and/or Mr. H. Langton of the
B.C. Hydro. Apparently there were several
telephone calls. You know, they were communicating.
55 Q    Now, which cars are we talking about here?
Just BCH 201 or all of the cars?
A The eight cars.
56 Q The eight cars?
A Yes.
57 Q He advised him that all his cars were where?
A In the Coquitlam yard.
58 Q The main yard of CP. rail?
A    No, they were placed on the public team track
in the Coquitlam yard and they were available
11 for unloading.
59 Q    What else did he tell them?
A    I really couldn't answer that question.
60 Q    Have you had any discussions with Mr. Brown to
find out what he told them?
A    Yeah, Mr. Brown simply told him that the cars
had arrived and they were available for
unloading.»
61 Q    Did he ask them where they wished the cars to
go?
A    Well, I don't know what Mr. Brown said to these
people.
62 Q    Have you asked Mr. Brown what he said?
A    Yeah, he advised the customer that the car had
arrived at its destination.
63 Q    And that's all he said to them?
A    That's right.
64 Q    What did B.C. Hydro say to him?
A    I don't know.
65 Q    Did you ask Mr. Brown that question?
A    No, sir, I didn't.
66 Q    Would you —
MRS. MAUGHAN: — we'll find out if Mr. Brown can recall
and if he can recall we'll give you that
information.
MR. COUTTS: Could you see whether he can recall what
12 he said to B.C. Hydro?
MRS. KAUGHAN:  M'hra.
MR. COUTTS: And what B.C. Hydro said to him?
MRS. KAUGHAN:  All right.
MR. COUTTS:
67 Q    And that was on what day that he made those
calls?
A   B.C. Hydro 201 advised on March the 27th.
68 Q    March 27th, what about the other eight cars?
A   Well, there were four cars advised on March 27th.
Three cars on March 22nd, one car on March the
31st.
69 Q    Okay, the four cars that were advised on March
27th, they are all covered by the one conversation
or a number of conversations; is that right?
Made by Mr. Brown?
A    I really can't say for >ir. Brown because I
don't know what he — what the conversation was
at the time.
70 Q    Could you inform yourself then of every one of
the conversations which CP. rail employees had
with B.C. Hydro to inform them the cars were
in the Coquitlam yard? And tell us, to the best
of what the recollection is, what was said by
B.C. Hydro and CP. Rail?
MRS. MAUGBAN: We've tried to do that and the most we've
13 been able to come up with is Mr. Brown's report
which is all that he can remember.  But, we'll
try.
MR. COUTTS: That's all I'm asking you to do.
71 Q    I just point out to the witness here that in
connection with that question he may be assisted
by these dates for the cars that you've mentioned.
A    That was the dates we gave you.
72 Q    Those were the dates Mr. Brown telephone B.C.
Hydro?
A    That's correct.
MR. COUTTS: Well, we particularly want to find out, besides
the general nature of the conversations, we want
to find out did B.C. Hydro say those cars should
be taken up to loco?
MRS. MAUGHAM: We'll try and find that out for you but as
far as information as to when the telephone calls
were made with respect to the cars that you have
mentioned, that is the eight cars, I believe we
gave you that information.
MR. COUTTS: No, we don't have any information yet but,
anyway, moving along —
73 Q    — did the cars — let's take the four cars
that were advised on March 27th, 1975. How
long did they sit in this Coquitlam yard?
A    They remained in Coquitlam for various lengths
14
I of time, depending on the cars that you wish
to discuss.
74 Q    Okay, let's take BCH 201.
A    B.C. Hydro 201 was in the Coquitlam team tracks
for 17 days.
75 Q    Where was that car eventually unloaded?
A    At the Coquitlam team track.
76 Q    Some place in the various documents there is
a siding called Buckerfield's referred to. 13
that at this location?
A    No, these cars were spotted at track F6. That's
the team track in Coquitlam. It's not a
Buckerfield siding. It may have been a Buckerfield
siding years and years ago and it may have been
referred to as that by identification, but
Buckerfield's do not now have a siding there
and they did not have one at this particular
time.
77 Q    So all eight cars were spotted and off-loaded
at the Coquitlam team yard?
A    Team track.
78 Q    Team track, and you referred to F6?
A    F6.
79 Q    So none of these cars were ever moved after
they found their place at the team track?
A    That is correct.
15 81 Q
A
82 ., Q
as
■
80  Q    Let's take the other cars here, CP. 309 966,
when was that first spotted and off-loaded?
A    It was first placed at 7:00 on March 27th.
It was released empty on April 17th at 1700
hours.
And the demurrage claimed on that is $2,589.11?
That is correct, yeah.
And I presume in the same manner that you are
going to find out for BCII 201, you are going to
find out how that amount of demurrage was
calculated?
That's correct, yes.
MRS. MAUGHAN: To save you some time, do you want a detailed
calculation of the demurrage charges and
detention charges of each of the cars?
MR. COUTTS:  Yes.
MRS. MAUGHAN: Okay, we'll obtain that for you.
MR. COUTTS:
33  Q    Car 304 525 arrived in this Coquitlam team
yard when, and was unloaded when?
It arrived on March 26 at 1900 hours. It was
placed on March 27th at 7:00.
Could you give us that information for each of
the other five car3?
303 218 arrived Coquitlam March 21st at 1900
hours. It was placed on  March 22 at 7:00 A.M.
t\
A
84
A
16 304 649 arrived March 21aat 1900 hours.  It was
placed March 22 at 700 hours.
303 589 arrived March 21 at 1900 hours and
was placed March 22 at 7 A.M. — pardon me, 303
589 arrived March 27 at 1900 hours and was
placed March the 31st at 7 A.M.
304 525 arrived March 26 at 1900 hours and
was placed March 27 at 7 A.M.
301 158 arrived March 26 at 1900 hours and
was placed March 27 at 7 A.M.
Have I missed any?
85 Q    I don't think so. In each case B.C. Hydro did
the off-loading; is that correct?
A    That's correct.
86 Q    Do you know when for each car B.C. Hydro
commenced their off-loading?
A    As far as the railway is concerned the cars were
made empty and available as empty cars on the
dates shown on the 12K. They may have commenced
unloading in the A.M. and released them in the
evening or it might have taken them two days,
87 Q    So you don't know exactly when they started in
each case to off-load?
A    Not the specific hour, no.
88 Q    I see. Do you have any idea what equipment
they employed to off-load these various cars?
17 iweatatHMauaasai
A    No, I don't.
39  Q    I wonder if we can mark some of these documents
used for demurrage calculations. Let's mark
this document which is the log from the Coquitlam
office as Exhibit 9.
Did I describe that properly?
MRS. MAUGHAN: Yes. These are the excerpts frcm the log
from the Coquitlam office.
(OFF THE RECORD DISCUSSION)
MR. COUTTS:  Okay, let's mark this as Exhibit 9.
(EXHIBIT 9 FOR IDENTIFICATION: excerpt from log book)
MR. COUTTS: Let's mark demurrage form 12K as Exhibit 10.
(EXHIBIT 10 FOR IDENTIFICATION: demurrage form 12K)
MR. COUTTS:
90 Q    Showing to you a map of part of the Lower
Mainland. This was provided to me by your
counsel. Could you identify that map?
A    That looks like a part portion of a map that
our industrial development department has
issued.
91 Q    Your lines are outlined in red on this map?
Or at least some of your lines?
A    Yeah, this is the C.P.R. main line.
92 q    i see. It doesn't outline all of your lines in
this area?
A    No, no, no. You could never — you couldn't
18 93
94
95
Q
A
Q
A
Q
A
96  Q
possibly.
It outlines the main line?
Yeah.
And what other lines?
Well, these tracks in here, there are more
tracks than are actually represented on this
map, eh?
Okay.
You have to remember that this is just a —
you couldn't use this map to find track locations.
It's just simply telling you the CP.R. main
line goes through all these territories.
Okay, where is the Coquitlam team track on
this map?
It doesn't show that but it would bo down near
Kingsway Avenue.
Could you mark that with a — maybe we'd better
have this marked as an Exhibit first.
(EXHIBIT 11 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  map)
MR. COUTTS:
98 Q    Okay, with this black pen, would you mark the
general area of the Coquitlam team track?
MRS. MAUGHAN:  With an MX"?
MR. COUTTS:
99 q    Okay, with an "X"?
A    It could be wrong because, you know, this map
has really no reference to the track plan.
19
97  Q
| 100 Q    A number of times today you've heard mentioned
the loco Oil Refinery siding. Could you mark
that on this Exhibit 11 with a red pen?
A    First of all are you talking about the Imperial
Oil private siding?
101 Q    Yes.
It's located somewhere in that red circle;
is that what you are saying?
A    That's right. It's a big area.
102 Q    Okay, this looks to me, as a layman, to be a
spurr line running up here.
A    No, that's a C.P.R. right-of-way. It's not a
spurr line.
103 Q    It*3 not a spur line. What is that? Is there
sort of a common name for that line?
A right-of-way.
No. Is there — like an loco right-of-way or
an loco line or something along those lines?
Can I look at my — ?
Yes.
Maybe you could indicate on the map where
the Noon's Creek trestle is located? Are you
able to do that from that map?
A   Excuse me, sir, but this map is really not the
map that should be exhibited here.
106 Q    Well, can you indicate the approximate place
A
104
Q
A
105
Q
I
IE
s
20 !
of Noon's Creek trestle?
Now, several times today we've heard
mention of private sidings and public sidings.
You're saying the siding at the loco Oil
Refinery is a private one?
A    Exactly.
107 Q    Is there some sort of an agreement covering
the operation of that siding between CP. Rail
and Imperial Oil?
A    Yes, there is.
108 Q    Well, on the line leading up to loco Oil
Refinery, are there any other private or public
sidings?
A    On the right-of-way there is no siding other
than a track that is going out to the woods that
is just — has been abandoned for years and
years and years. You couldn't possibly park
a,car^©ff^Bne switches spike, the train is such
A
that you could not possibly unload anything from
that track. But the tracks are still physically
there.
109 Q    So you're saying that the only siding between
«•    the words Dewdney Trunk Road on this map and
the loco Oil Refinery is the one right at the
loco Oil Refinery? That's the only siding?
A    Between Port Moody and loco, there are no
sidings. Yes, there is a track in existence
21
I !
110 Q
A
111 Q
112 Q
A
113 Q
A
114 Q
A
115 Q
116  Q
but it wouldn't serve as a siding.
I see.
No.
What is the weight restriction on the Noon's
Creek trestle?
If I could clarify that, the Noon's Creek trestle
is restricted pot  the whole track is restricted,
the whole right-of-way. We're not referring to
just the bridge itself. The whole .track is
restricted, yeah.
From where to where?
From Port Moody right through loco.
Is it restricted to what weight or —
— 260,000 pounds gross.
Are there any dimensional restrictions through
there?
Yes, there are.
In a short manner, can you advise us of the
dimensional restrictions through that area?
I can just give you a general idea. I'm not an
authority on restrictions but may're outlined
in,,number 1, the railway line clearances tarrif.
The maximum gross weight of lading for Port
Moody and loco is 263,000 pounds. It's published
in a tarrif which is accessible to anybody.
What about dimension restrictions?
22 A
117  Q
118 Q
A
119 Q
120  Q
A
121 Q
A
122 0
Dimensional restrictions are issued by the
divisions, by the Canadian Pacific.
What's the gross weight of one of Imperial
Oil's oil cars that goe3 up there full?
We could find it out for you. If I gave you a
figure now it would be a ballpark figure.
Could you find that out, please?
Yes, we can.
Now, between Port Moody and the Coquitlam team
track which was marked in a black "X" here,
are there any private —■ start with private
sidings, any private sidings?
There are a number of private sidings in
Coquitlam and Port Moody but there are no public
sidings other than the ones that we designated;
in the Coquitlam yard we have about three public
sidings.
I see. So you're saying there are no public
siding* between the "X" and the Imperial Oil
Refinery?
Exactly.
There are a number of private sidings?
Yes, a good number, yes.
And you don't remember whether B.C. Hydro ever
said to you, please take these cars to a
particular private siding or suggested to you
23 .___£$_S&mS£±i
that you try to line up a particular private
siding between the team track and the loco
Oil Refinery?
A    I have never talked — discussed with B.C.
Hydro any of this particular —
123 Q    — could you try to find out from your people,
from CP. RAil whether B.C. Hydro at any time
after the cars were spotted suggested that
■
they would contact Imperial Oil or that you
■
should contact Imperial Oil so that those cars
would be delivered to the Imperial oil private
siding or any other private siding between loco
private siding and the team track?
MRS. MAUGHAN:  Seems to ma the best information in that
line could be provided by B.C. Hydro when you
examine them.
MR. COUTTS: We're examining you now and we'd like to find
out from the employees of CP. Rail whether
there were any suggestions along those lines.
MRS. MAUGHAN: Well, we'll do our best.
MR. COUTTS:
124 q   Would you do that for us, Mr. Coles?
A    Okay•
125 Q    Now, let's go back to the point in time just
before the shipments left Winnipeg. By the way,
in preparation for this examination for discovery, i.
have you been talking to any people in Winnipeg?
A    No, sir, I haven't.
126 Q    At any point in time have tyou talked to, for
instance, Mr. Percy Williams?
A    No, sir. I don't even know the gentleman.
127 Q    You know he works in Winnipeg?
A   Works for who in Winnipeg?
128 Q    CP. Rail?
A    I have no knowledge of that, no.
129 Q    Do you ever talk to a Mr. Derby of CP. Rail
in Winnipeg?
A    No, sir.
130 Q    You've had no discussions with anybody in
Winnipeg?
A    No, I have not.
131 Q    Have you ever at any time requested that they
forward to you all the documentation which they
have concerning these eight rail cars?
A    Not through myself or Mrs. Maughan. We haven't
approached Winnipeg for any documents.
Is there any reason why you haven't approached
them for documents?
Well, I don't think we found it necessary. We
have all the documents that cover this situation
right here.
133 Q    Could I ask you to -- and your counsel — to do
132 Q
A
i
i
■
25 (1
this, request from Winnipeg all documents
relevant to the claim for the demurrage on
the eight cars?
MRS. MAUGHAN: We'll look into that and see if there are
any.
THE WITNESS: Excuse me, the demurrage was accrued at this
end, not Winnipeg.
MR. COUTTS:
134 Q    No, but the clearances were done through
Winnipeg?
A    We have those clearances here.
135 Q    I would like you to, if possible, I would like
you to make a search of the Winnipeg office for
all documentation which they have there?
MRS. MAUGHAN: We'll make a search there.
MR. COUTTS:  Maybe we could mark the various weigh bills
we have here.
136 Q    I'm showing you three pieces of paper. The one
in front is called office copy of weigh bill fr
for car 309 966. Could you identify each of
the three pieces of paper?
A   This is a shipping bill of lading, number 2
copy. The number 2 copy is issued by the
shipper. Do you need any more detail?
(OFF THE RECORD DISCUSSION)
MR. COUTTS: You might as well describe what's attached
26 137
Q
A
138
Q
A
139
Q
A
to each one as well?
We have an undercover weigh bill copy covering
car CP. 309 966 showing the weights and charges
for the shipment.
What'3 the number 2 page?
I don't recognize that piece of paper.
And the number three?
Number three piece of paper is the number 2
copy of the shipping bill of lading.
For the same car?
For the same car.
MR. COUTTS: Could we mark that as Exhibit 12?
(EXHIBIT 12 FOR IDENTIFICATION: document referring to
Car CP 309 966)
THE WITNESS: Thisiis a copy of the undercover weigh bill
covering car CP. 303 218.
(EXHIBIT 13 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  document referring to
car number CP. 303 218)
MR. COUTTS:
140 Q    And the next document?
A    This is a copy of the undercover weigh bill
covering CP. 304 649.
(EXHIBIT 14 FOR IDENTIFICATION: document referring to
car number CP. 304 649)
THE WITNESS: This is three copies of undercover weigh
bills covering cars CP. 303 589, 301 158,
and 303 598.
MR. COUTTS: The three documents will be Exhibit 15.
27 :
(EXHIBIT 15 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  three documents referring
to cars 303 589, 301 158,
303 598)
THE WITNESS:  This is a copy of an undercover weigh bill
covering car CP. 304 525.
(EXHIBIT 16 FOR IDENTIFICATION: document referring to
car CP. 304 525)
MR. COUTTS:
141 Q    with a sheet attached which you can't describe?
A    Yes.
This is a copy of an undercover weigh bill
covering B.C. Hydro 201 — excuse me, I should
have said, BCH 201.
142 Q    With another sheet attached which you can't
describe?
A    Yes.
(EXHIBIT 17 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  document referring to
car BCH 201)
THE WITNESS:  This is a copy of an undercover weigh bill
for car CP. 309 966 and a sheet of paper which
I cannot identify.
(EXHIBIT 18 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  document referring to
car CP. 309 966)
MR. COUTTS:
143 Q    Mr. Coles, at least two and possibly four of
these car loads were rather large size, two
large weight size, possibly four of them, with
large dimensional sizes. Could you tell us the
normal procedures for obtaining clearances on
. %
28 shipments like that?
A   When a flat car is loaded or any open-top
equipment is loaded by a shipper, he has to
contact the railway car department or transportation
department to obtain railway clearances before
the load can leave the yard.
144 Q    So you have to have prior clearances?
A    Yes, at the time of shipment.
145 Q    And in this case, were prior clearances received
or obtained?
A    Excuse me, I don't know what you mean by "prior".
The car has to be cleared when it's loaded.
146 Q    I see.
A    Yeah•
147 Q    So you are speaking of that immediate type of
clearance?
A    That's right, before the car can be moved from
a shipper's yard, it must have the line clearances.
148 Q    How are those clearances obtained?
A    Through the railways' transportation department.
They send a carman down and they physically
measure the shipment.
149 q    i see, do they weigh it at that time?
A    No, sir.
150 Q    When do they normally weigh it?
29 ■ ._uiiLL,^:rt-i'lA'i'«.i'i»;**raiMirtWi''^'lt*^^
f^f_jis__^f!ai!itmi_jn>\»
A    usually enroute.
151 Q    I see. How would the car arrive in the yard?
Would the person normally say where the car
is going to go and request the acar be placed
in his yard?
A    Would you ask that question again?
152 Q    Okay, there are — say with BCK 201, someone
would presumably phone up CP. Rail and request
that car be placed in their yard or some similar
car?
A    Usually prior arrangements are made through the
marketing and transportation department.
Somebody negotiates, you know, they're expecting
a shipment to move and they negotiate with each
other whether they can handle it and what the
rates are, yes.
153 Q    Let's turn to these specific eight cars in
question. Have you talked to anybody in Winnipeg
to determine when exactly these on-site
dimensional clearances were given?
A    No, I have not.
154 Q    You haven't spoken to anybody?
A    No.
155 Q    Do you know whether they were given?
A   Yes, they were.
156 Q    how do you know that?
30 immissJSi ..i^i^______^__i_.___
' '•■ "^"""^^f^lii -Y ■'
A
157    Q
158 Q
A
159 Q
160 Q
A
161 Q
This is a clearance from Montreal to the
superintendent chief of transportation in
Montreal describing the clearances on these
particular cars.
Okay, take the first sheet of paper, what
car does that —
— CP. 309 966 transformer destined to
Coquitlam. Do you wish me to read the whole
thing?
No. Dimensional clearances are given?
Yes, they are.
And it's a telex from a Montreal CP. employee,
presumably to someone where?
Winnipeg. Superintendent of transportation in
Winnipeg and also the superintendent of transportation in Vancouver.
And the clearance covers what destination?
Coquitlam.
Is there any mention of weights in that
clearance?
Yes. It says — I have to read the whole thing
here — please add the following under special
handling required over all bridges. Shipment
must be preceded and followed by two cars not
exceeding gross weight of 177,000 pounds each
and must not be separated from the hauling
31
l
■ 162 Q
A
163 Q
A
164 Q
165 Q
A
166 Q
A
167 0
A
168 Q
locomotive by at least 240 feet. Balance of
clearance remains unchanged.
Do you have a similar type of clearance for
each one of these cars?
Yes, yes.
Could you please check to see whether there is
a clearance for each one of the cars?
Do I have to read them or —
-- well, you should check to see whether you
have them, that's all.
B.C. Hydro 201, CP. 301 158, 303 589, 303 218
did I miss a car or —
— how many sheets of paper are there firstly?
Seven.
Seven?
I guess we're going to have to deal with
these individually to see what they say. You
have a sheet of paper apparently with certain
clearance information on it. what is the date
of this document?
Montreal, March the 20th, 1975.
And it's a telex between Montreal and Winnipeg?
And Vancouver and Calgary.
Yeah, the centre is a CP. installation and
all receivers are CP. installations?
Exactly.
32 MR. COUTTS: Could we mark that as an Exhibit?
(EXHIBIT 19 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  telex dated March 20, 1975)
MR. COUTTS:
169 Q    Showing you another similar type of document
apparently for BCH 201. What's the date of
that document?
A    This looks like a computer printout of a trace
of a car, B.C. Hydro 201. Computer is telling
us where the car was at certain periods of
time.
170 Q    Is that the same car and load as we're talking
about in this law suit?
A    The date here is June the 27th, so I doubt very
much —
171 Q    — well, that one seems to be irrelevant.
Showing you another document apparently for
car BCH 201. Is that. also a CP. inter-office
telex?
A    Yes. This is within the CP.R.
172 Q    What's the date of that one?
A    March 18th.
173 Q    So that presumably applies to these shipments?
A    Yes, it does.
174 q    And is only BCH 201 covered by that?
A    No, there are two other cars here.
175 q    What other cars?
33 A    CP. 301 158 and CP. 303 589.
MR. COUTTS:  Could we have that marked as an Exhibit?
(EXHIBIT 20 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  telex dated March 18)
MR. COUTTS:
176 Q    Could you describe that document?
A    This looks like a copy of the one you just
handed me.
177 Q    Showing you another clearance telex —
A    — dated March 18, Montreal.
178 Q    Covers what cars?
A
MR. COUTTS:  Can we have that one marked as Exhibit 21?
(EXHIBIT 21 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  telex dated March 18)
MR. COUTTS:
177 Q    Could you describe that telex in a similar
fashion?
A    This is a telex from Montreal dated March 23,
1975 and it covers car CP. 309 966 and the
dimensions, etc.
178 Q    It's a dimensional clearance, primarily?
A    That is right.
MR. COUTTS:  Could we mark that as Exhibit 22?
(EXHIBIT 22 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  telex dated March 28, 1975)
MR. COUTTS:
179 q    Could you describe that telex in a similar
manner?
34 A    This Is a telex issued at Vancouver on March
of transportation to the chief dispatcher,
general yard master car foreman. Chief dispatcher
and C.S.P-. supervisor at Revelstoke. And it
covers CP. 309 966 and the related dimensions.
MR. COUTTSr  Could we mark that one?
(EXHIBIT 23 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  telex dated March 20, 1975)
MR. COUTTS:
180 Q    So, Mr. Coles, each one of the eight cars left
the yard at Federal Pioneer with the dimensional
clearances?
A    That is correct.
181 Q    Given by, I understand anyway, CP. Rail and
C.N. Rail?
A    As far as I know the C.N. are not even involved
in this. They're not mentioned on the bill of
lading. I have no knowledge of the C.N.R.
182 Q    Well, is Federal Pioneer on a C.P. siding?
A    It could be that they're located on a C.N.R.
siding and the car was switched over to the
CP.R.
183 Q    Where?
A    In Winnipeg somewhere.
104 q    Could it be Paddington that they were switched?
A    It's possible, yes.
105 o    Now, where were these — each one of these eight
35
Si
v
I
1
3
i
i
j
li 189  Q
191 Q
weighed?
They were weighed in Winnipeg — pardon me,
correction, four were weighed in Winnipeg.
Which four were weighed in Winnipeg?
CP. 309 966.  B.C. Hydro 201. CP. 304 525.
CP. 301 158. And CP. 309 966. That's
five.
Where were the other ones weighed?
CP. 304 649, 303 218, 303 589 were weighed
in Alyth Alberta.
That's located near where?
Calgary.  CP. 303 598 wa3 weighed in Coquitlam
yard — pardon me, that seems to be 9 weigh
bills somehow.
Twelve and eighteen appear to be the same weigh
bill. Now, 303 598 was weighed in Coquitlam?
Yes.
Can you tell from the weigh bills where these
car loads ware weighed?
Well, it's described in the weight column of
the weigh bill.
Is there any reason why one would be weighed
in Coquitlam?
Well, if they miss scaling — if a car is put
on a certain train that, you know, it's not
convenient to stop that train to weigh one car,
36 I
i
192  Q
off it goes through to the next scale station,
you see.
Did these four cars move with — sort of
together or did four cars move in one group
and the other four cars move in another group
or did they move separately?
A    I'm not sure. I couldn't answer that but we
could get that information for you.
193 Q    Yes. Could you find that out for us, please?
MRS. MAUGHAN: How is that relevant to the claim? Whether
or not they moved separately, together? What
matters is when they arrived.
MR. COUTTS: No, no, please just find out.
MRS. MAUGHAN: No, no, I want to know why it's relevant,first
— we don't want to wa3t© the effort if it's
not —
the WITNESS: — that would be predicated on the ship' tepe
when they move, wouldn't it?
MR. COUTTS:  See, it's relevant to the fact that there has
to be some reason why the six cars were not
moved through to their real destinations and
if they were travelling together with heavier
ones that might be the reason why you didn't
move them along as was requested.
MRS. MAUGHAN: Well, I don't think so.
MR. COUTTS:
37 194 Q    We have these clearances, on-site clearances
to take place just prior to the cars leaving
the Federal Pioneer site. Were there in this
case any clearances prior to that?
A    A car can only be cleared after it's loaded.
You can make a — you can negotiate, you can
say "I have a shipment that measures such and
such and weighs such and such? is it possible
to move it from A to B?" and the reply wjtsr,o
under the circumstances of the information
that you gave the company, they will say,
"yes, you can move it under these conditions,
however it would be subject to change." You
see?
195 Q    Yes. What you're saying is a person can apply
for a clearance and CP. Rail will advise them
whether it's feasible in the future to do it
in that manner?
A    That's correct.
196 Q    Showing you a letter dated May 8th, 1974 from
CP. Rail to Mr. Coutts of Federal Pioneer.
Have you seen that letter before?
A    I believe I've seen a photocopy of it in our
file here, yes.
197 Q    And have you seen the memorandum which is attached
— inter-office memorandum of CP. Rail which is ■-
-
193
199
201
attached, dated May 3, 1974 from Mr. Foote to
Mr. Shepp?
A    Ye3, I have.
q    Do you know either Mr. Foote or Mr. Shepp?
A    Not personally, no.
q   Do you know them through your business relations?
A   I believe these gentlemen are retired now,
so I've never had any personal dealings with
them whatsoever.
200 Q    Do you know them to be CP. employees located
in Winnipeg?
A    Yes, sir.
Q   Now, is that letter in response to another
letter from Federal Pioneer?
A    This appears to be a letter from CP. Rail
addressed to Federal Pioneer.
Q    Are they responding —
A   — referring to another letter.
Q    — are they responding to one of these clearance
applications we are referring to?
A    It looks to me as though they're looking for
a rate quotation.
204 q   What is the destination that is referred to
in there?
MRS. MAUGHAN: The letter speaks for itself.
MR. COUTTS:
202
203
.
3 ta.
I
325 0
A
»« Q
A
What is the destination that is referred to
there?
The letter reads, from Winnipeg to loco.
British Columbia?
»   Yes.
r?S.  KAUGHAN: Mr. Coutts, do you have a copy of the
letter that predicated that one that you
referred to and asking the question?
KR. COUTTS: I'm just about to find out.
:07 Q   Mr. Coles, in the first sentence of this
letter Mr. Foote is referring to a letter of
Federal Pioneer dated April 10, 1974. Do
you have a copy of that letter?
Nc, I don't think we do.
And you haven't made any searches in Winnipeg
as yet, is that correct, for documents?
No. The only information we have compiled
is from correspondence that we have had within
the Vancouver terminal.
Also down in the second paragraph of this
letter there is another letter of Mr. Foote
dated — referred to, anyway, a letter dated
June 7, 1973. Do you have a copy of that letter?
Let's mark this letter May 8, 1974 from
Mr. Foote of CP. Rail to Mr. Coutts of Federal
Pioneer as Exhibit,24.
A
233 Q
J:J Q
■
i
%
\
40 1
210
(EXHIBIT  24 FOR IDENTIFICATION:     letter dated May  8,   1974)
MR.   COUTTS:
210 Q    Attached to Exhibit 24 is this inter-office
memorandum correspondence from CP. Rail, Foote
to Shepp. Could you tell us what the nature
of that document is?
A    That is a letter between — internal correspondence
between two officers of the Canadian Pacific
Railway stating that these shipments can be
handed over our lines from Paddington to
New Westminster and loco and over B.C. Hydro from
New Westminster to Newton when loaded within
the car lengths CP. 309 965 to 70 series.
Were the two heavy loads in question here in
that series? Or were the cars in that series —
that's these two cars here?
Here's one of them, yeah. That's right. 309 966.
Just the one car out of the eight.
What is the nature of Car BCH 201?
It's a foreign car to this railway but the same
restrictions apply.
It's the same type of car?
Yes.
Is that right?
Yes.
13 there a general description for that type of
211 Q
212
Q
A
213 Q
A
214 Q
A
215 Q «
.
car?
A    It's a heavy duty — we call it a pit car.
216 Q    Yes, a depressed centre; is that right?
A    That's right, yeah. However, this does not
authorize movement of the shipments as
restrictions would apply and the final loaded
dimensions must be known in order to afford
the proper protection.
217 Q    This inter-office correspondence also refers
to certain dimension restrictions and weight
restrictions; is that correct?
A    Gross weight of each car and its lading not
to exceed 448,800 pounds.
218 Q    And that's from Paddington to loco?
A    That's from Paddington to New Westminster and
loco and Newton, B.C.
219 Q    All three destinations?
A    At the time that letter was written.
220 Q    Okay, what was the — are you trying to apply
that the restrictions  on the Noon's Creek
trestle and that main line changed between
May of 1974 and when these cars were shipped in
1975?
A    No, I'm not saying that. I'm saying that — well,
it's possible to have restrictions, maybe a
building falls down on the —
42 .
221 Q    — well, did the weight restrictions change?
A    Not to my knowledge, no.
MR. COUTTS: Well, I guess I'll stop.
(ADJOURNED GENERALLY)
I Hereby certify this to be a
true and accurate transcript
of the proceedings herein to the
best of my skill and ability.
Wendy Danphinee/
Official Court
43 Suite 138, Granville Square, 200 Granville Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2R3
Telephone (604) 665-2493
Canadian Pacific
Law Department
N D Mullins, QC
D B Hodges
A G Graham
B W Hoeschen
Mrs P L Maughan
W F Murray
22 May 1979.
File:  R-977
Mr. Trevor Coles,
Terminal Carload Movement Superintendent,
Canadian Pacific Limited,
Pier "B",
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:
Re:  Canadian Pacific v. B.C. Hydro
and Federal Pioneer Limited
For your information, please find enclosed
copies of the transcript of the Examinations for
Discovery of yourself and Mr. Wiseman in the
above-noted action.
Yours truly,
CANADIAN PACIFIC
Law Department
Per:
Pauline L. Maughan
y^X
PLM/ELB.
Encs. \
I .
:
I
>
^,-
3n % f§wpm®$ (Emtrt of Irtfob (Columbia
(Before the Examiner)
No.       C781597
BETWEEN:
Vancouver, B.C.
March  22,   1979
CANADIAN PACIFIC LIMITED
Plaintiff
AND:
BRITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO AND POWER AUTHORITY
Defendant
AND:
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMITED
Third Party
EXAMINATION FOR DISCOVERY
Of
STANLEY PAUL WISEMAN
Mrs. P. Maughan
Miss L.A. Loo
C.B. Coutts, Esq.
Appearing for the Plaintiff
Appearing for the Defendant
Appearing for the Third Party
OFFICIAL. COURT   REPORTERS
60G-73E  GRANVILLE  ST.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
V6Z 1H4 ..'-;->-.- -.!■
\
STANLEY PAUL WISEMAN, sworn:
EXAMINED BY MRS. MAUGHAN:
1 Q    What is your full name, Mr. Wiseman?
A    Stanley Paul Wiseman.
2 Q    And your home address?
A    827 Peak Avenue.
3 Q    That's in Winnipeg?
A    Winnipeg, Manitoba.
4 Q    Where are you employed right now?
A    Federal Pioneer Limited.
5 Q    How long have you been so employed?
A    Fourteen years.
6 Q    What is your present job?
A    I'm manager of purchase materials, materials
control and trafficking.
7 Q    For how long have you been a manager in that
capacity?
A    Two and a half years.
8 Q    Do you recall the precise date that you took on
the manager's job?
A    I was manager of traffic back in 1974 and I
think that's really what you want?
9 Q    Basically. That is, prior to that job, what
job did you have at Federal Pioneer?
A    Prior to 1974?
10 Q    Yes. A    It was stores foreman.
11 Q    Can you give us a more detailed job description
of what you do now in your job as manager?
A    I procure all the equipment necessary to
manufacture transformers and I have people
responsible to me for railway clearances,
freight rates and other people responsible to
me for receiving, storing and handling materials.
12 Q    And as such, you're very familiar with
railway clearances,  freight rates, yourself?
A    Yes, I am.
13 Q    Back in 1973, were you involved in contract
negotiations with B.C. Hydro in which B.C.
Hydro wished to obtain certain power transformers?
A    Not I.
14 Q    Was your company involved?
A    Our company was, yes.
15 Q    Are you authorized to give evidence as an
officer of the company in these proceedings?
A    Yes, I am.
MR. COUTTS:  He's not an tofficer.
THE WITNESS:  I'm not an officer of the company.  I'm here
representing the company.
MRS. MAUGHAN:
16 Q    But you are authorized by the company to give
evidence that cwill bind the company? MR. COUTTS:  Yes.
THE WITNESS:  Yes.
MRS. MAUGHAN:
17 Q    Do you know who was involved in these negotiations?
A    The basic negotiations for the contract with
B.C. Hydro?
18 Q    Yes?
A    And Federal Pioneer?
Yes, it was Mr. Dave Mclntyre and Mr.
Tom Shkordoff. Mr. Shkordoff is no longer with
the company but he was involved at that time
and Mr. Harry Livingston, he's no longer with
the company.
19 Q    What were the job descriptions of these people?
Job titles?
A    Mr. Mclntyre was inside sales contracts manager.
Mr. Shkordoff was vice-president, western division.
Mr. Livingston was general manager.
20 Q     And the negotiations culminated in a final
contract?
A    Yes, they did.
21 Q    And the contract took a written form?
A    Yes, it did.
22
Q
Do you have
a copy of the original contract
as executed
by the parties?
i
A
No.
4 MR. COUTTS:  No, we don't have the original here.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  Do you have a copy of the executed contract?
MISS LOO:  There is no executed contract.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  Just off the record for a minute.
(OFF THE RECORD DISCUSSION)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
23 Q    Do you have a copy of the tendered documents
that you received from B.C. Hydro?
A    Not with me.  We do have a copy of them, though.
24 Q    I'm showing you a number of documents that
were provided to me by your counsel and would
you go through those documents and identify
them if you can and explain the documents as you
go through them?
A    I'm not able to do this.
MR. COUTTS:  Excuse me, off the record?
(OFF THE RECORD DISCUSSION)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
25 Q    So, Mr. Wiseman, it's fair to say then that
these are documents which your company received
in the course of its negotiations to obtain
a contract with B.C. Hydro for the provision of
power transformers?
A    I can't say that.  I didn't play any part in
receiving these documents for the company.
26 Q    But are you able to say that your company did? A    Yeah, they probably did.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  On the record, I understand the solicitor
for B.C. Hydro will be introducing these
documents, so they will not be marked at this
time as exhibits in these proceedings.
27 Q    Mrs. Wiseman, I'm showing you a copy of a letter
provided to me by your counsel and there isn't
a letterhead on top but it appears it was
written to B.C. Hydro and Power Authority.  Can
you identify this letter or tell me whether or
not it came from your company?
A    It came from our sales rep. in Vancouver out of
our Richmond office.
28 Q    And was it appropo the contract between Federal
Pioneer and B.C. Hydro?
A    For the Mica Creek project.  Does not concern
this matter at all.  It's for Mica Creek/Revelstoke.
29 Q     I'm showing you a copy of a telex provided to
me by your counsel and ask if you can identify
that telex.
A    I can identify it.
30 Q    Can you describe what it is?
A    It's a telex from our contract man, Alex Embers
in Winnipeg, to Sam Thomson, our sales rep. in
Richmond plant, Vancouver.
31 Q    Does it concern the matters in question in this action?
A    This one does, yes.
32 Q    Have you  got  the original of the telex
anywhere?
A    It would be in our sales file, I don't know.
MR. COUTTS:  We don't have it here in Vancouver.
THE WITNESS:  We don't have it here.  It's probably in
our Richmond office file, it may be, I don't
know.
MRS. MAUGHAN:
33 Q    Can you expand on — or do you have anything
to add to the very few words which are here?
A    It's pretty self-explanatory.  One fellow is
asking the other fellow —
34 Q    — could you tell me, for the record, please?
A    6,000, that is a serial number of a transformer.
35 Q    You're pointing to a number, 64001?
A    64001, yes.  The 400 M.V.A. —
36 Q    — and 400 M.V.A. refers to what?
A    The size of the transformer. Says, "please advise
dimensions heavy piece".
37 Q    Can you describe for, to enlighten the layman,
what 400 M.V.A. would mean in terms of size?
A    What do you mean by "size"?
38 Q    Well, you said —
A    — dimensional size? Weight? 39 Q    Could you describe what you mean by 400 M.V.A.?
A    That's a rating of a transformer.
40 Q    What does a "rating" mean?
A    400,000  volts, 400,000 volts.
41 Q    So then it refers to the power of the transformer?
A    No, it refers to the size of the transformer.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  Just off the record.
(OFF THE RECORD DISCUSSION)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
42 Q    Back on the record, then, so this has nothing
to do with the physical size of the transformer?
A     The 400 M.V.A.?
43 Q    Yes?
A    Not really.
44 Q    Not at all or not really?
A    Not really.
45 Q    Could you tell me what the purpose of this
telex was?
A    I cannot.
46 Q    Are you able to find out?
A    Well, I guess I could phone or talk to the
two people involved.
47 Q    Would you do that and find out specifically
whether or not it had anything to do with
obtaining clearance, railway clearance?
A    I can tell you right now it had nothing to do with railway clearance.
48 Q    Very good.  That's the answer I wanted.
A    If that's the answer you wanted.
49 Q    I'm showing you a copy of another document
provided to you by your counsel.  Can you identify
that document and if so how can you identify
it?
A    This is an inter-office memo sent from Alex
Embers to someone else and Sam Thomson, the top
part is cut off, I can't —
50 Q    You can't read the top part, you don't know
what it might have said?
A    Well, it's to someone else.  I don't know who
it is but Sam Thomson is our local sales rep.
in Vancouver.
51 Q    Does it have anything to do with railway clearances?
A    It has nothing whatsoever to do with railway
clearances.
52 Q    What does this have to do with the subject
matter of —
A    — size and weight of a transformer being
shipped to B.C. Hydro.
53 Q    Thank you. Are you able to say whether or not
this document played any part at all in the
obtaining of railway clearances?
A    That document had no part whatsoever in railway clearances.
54  Q    Turning to a copy of a telex provided to you
by your counsel dated April 7, 1975, ask you
if you can identify that telex?
MR. COUTTS:  The writing in red there is added by yourself?
MRS. MAUGHAN:  Yes, disregard the writing in red.
THE WITNESS:  This is a telex from our rep. in Vancouver
to our contract man in Winnipeg informing him
of a transformer which we had shipped from
Winnipeg to B.C. Hydro.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  Okay, thank you. Would you have a clear
copy of this or the original copy?
MR. COUTTS:  All of the copies I have in Vancouver are
similar to that.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  Do you have a clear copy?
Asking to mark the copy of the telex
dated April 7, 1975 as Exhibit 1.
(EXHIBIT 1 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  telex dated April 7, 1975)
MRS. MAUGHAN:  For purposes of identification of this
telex the first line of the body of the telex
reads:  "Re:  4001, hydro found out about two
weeks ago that siding near loco had been removed"
55
Q
I show you a copy of another telex provided to
me by your counsel and ask if you can identify
that telex?
It's a telex from our man in Winnipeg to our man
10 \
in Vancouver regarding a shipment of a transformer
to B.C. Hydro.
56  Q    Is there a date on the telex?
A    I don't see a date on this telex.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  Ask that this copy of a telex be marked as
Exhibit Number 2 in these proceedings and for
identification of the telex the first line reads:
"4001 west was shipped on CP. car, NBR CP 309966
(loco)".
(EXHIBIT 2 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  telex dated April 7)
THE WITNESS:  There is a date on the telex.
MRS. MAUGHAN:
What is the date on the telex?
April 7, looks like it.
The letters and numbers at the top, APR 071
007 may refer to -April 7?
Yes.
I show you a copy of another telex provided to
you by your counsel and ask you if you can
identify that telex?
A    This is a .trace telex which our telex operated
in Winnipeg, booked into the CP. computer in
Montreal, to find out where two flat depressed
cars were, find out where these cars were.
60  Q    Is there a date on the telex?
A    April 7, '75.
57
Q
A
58
Q
A
59
Q
11 MRS. MAUGHAN:  Ask that this copy of this telex be marked
Exhibit Number 3 on these proceedings and for
identification purposes the first line is:
"TRCE CP 309966, BCH 201, CP 309970".
(EXHIBIT 3 FOR  IDENTIFICATION:  telex dated April 7, 1975)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
61 Q    Show you a copy of another telex provided to
me by your counsel dated March 24th, 1975.
Ask if you can identify that telex?
A    This is a telex from our sales rep. in Vancouver
to a field service supervisor in Winnipeg informing
him of damage on the rail car.
MRS. MAUGHAN:
Ask to mark this telex as Exhibit Number 4 in
these proceedings, and for purposes of identification
the first line of the telex reads:  "61-05-64001,
visited rail siding crates ..."  The date of
the telex is March 24th, 1975.
(EXHIBIT 4 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  telex dated March 24, 1975)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
62 Q    Now, looking at the body of what is now marked
as Exhibit Number 4 in these proceedings, this
telex says, "visited rail siding crates".  Can
you tell me what is meant by "rail siding crates"?
A    Well, I can't.  Rail siding crate doesn't make
any sense.
12 63
64
65
66
A
Q
A
A
Q
Do you know what was meant in this telex by
your company?
Yes, I do.
What was meant?
That our rep. was down at the rail siding and
saw the crates with the 500 and 240 CV bushings
which were damaged.
Are you able to say which rail siding he
visited?
I cannot.
Could you find out for me, please, and have
your counsel tell me as soon as he finds out
the information?  The rail siding that is
meant in this telex, where it is located?
MR. COUTTS:  We'll attempt to find that information.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  Thank you.
67  Q    I'm showing you a two-page letter dated June
20th, 1975 on the letterhead of British Columbia
Hydro and Power Authority and ask you if your
company received this letter?
A    This letter was received by our branch in
Vancouver.  And forwarded on to our branch in
Winnipeg.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  I would ask that this letter be marked as
Exhibit Number 5 in these proceedings. The
letter being dated June 20th, 1975, from B.C. Hydro and Power Authority to Federal Pioneer
Limited at 255 Viking Way, Richmond, B.C.
(EXHIBIT 5 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  letter dated June 20, 1975)
MR. COUTTS:  I would point out that the markings in red
have been placed there by CP. Rail.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  Yes, that's correct.
68 Q    I show you a copy of a letter on Federal
Pioneer Limited's letterhead dated September
12, 1975 to B.C. Hydro and Power Authority and
ask you to, if you can, identify that letter?
A    It's a letter from our rep. in Vancouver to
B.C. Hydro and Power Authority.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  I ask that this letter be marked as
Exhibit 6 in these proceedings.
(EXHIBIT 6 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  letter dated September 12,
1975)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
69 Q    I show you a copy of the document entitled
"Inter-office" appearing under the letterhead
of Federal Pioneer dated October 1st, 1975
and ask you if you can identify that document?
A    It's a letter from our inside sales manager at
the Winnipeg plant to our sales rep. in Richmond,
MRS. MAUGHAN:  I would ask that this document dated October
1st, '75 and just identified by Mr. Wiseman
be Exhibit Number 7 in these proceedings.
_._iW_WW flftsyyAiSSSSffiWao (EXHIBIT 7 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  document dated October 1,
1975)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
70 Q    I show you a copy of another document provided
to me by your counsel.  It's a hand-written
document and appears to be an internal office
memo.  Can you identify that document?
A    It's an inter-office memo between Sam Thomson
of Richmond to Dave Mclntyre of Winnipeg.
71 Q    Is there a date on the memo?
A    I don't know what it is.  It's the 15th of '77.
What month I can't tell off that.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  I would ask that this handwritten memo —
I notice it has a stamped date on top of August
27th, 1977, be marked as Exhibit Number 8 in
these proceedings.
(EXHIBIT 8 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  memo dated August 27, 1977)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
72 Q    Next I show you a copy of a memo dated July 17th,
1974 from CP. Rail to Mr. L.C Rankin of
Federal Pioneer Limited and ask you if your
company received that letter?
A    Yes, we did.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  I would ask that this copy of a letter dated
July 17th, 1974 from Mr. Shepp, that is, S-H-E-P-P,
initials R.J. to Mr. L.C Rankin of Federal
15 Pioneer Limited be marked as Exhibit Number 9.
(EXHIBIT NUMBER 9 FOR IDENFICATION:.   letter dated July 17,
1974)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
73  Q    Turning to what is now marked Exhibit Number 9
in these proceedings, the second paragraph in
the letter refers to a letter of May 3rd and
the letter says, "wherein shipments to these
points must fall within dimensions indicated in
that letter". Would you have the original copy
of the May 3rd letter which is referred to in
this letter?
A    I don't know for sure.
(OFF THE RECORD DISCUSSION)
MRS. MAUGHAN:  The letter that is Exhibit Number 9 which
was sent to Federal Pioneer refers to a
previous letter that in the context indicates
it was sent to Federal Pioneer as well and that
letter was dated May 3rd.
MR. COUTTS:  Written by Mr. Shepp.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  Yes, written by Mr. Shepp.
MR. COUTTS:  I think that maybe this is internal correspondence
turned into a letter.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  If it did, then you should have a copy of it.
THE WITNESS:  This letter of May the 3rd is actually a
letter that we received from Percy Williams, I
believe, on May the 8th with a letter attached
16 .^#£_vjs^ygm0%£_jj_izr*zxix
from Mr. Shepp on May the 3rd written on May
the 3rd.
MRS. MAUGHAN:
74 Q    Have you got that letter?
A    It's right there.
(OFF THE RECORD DISCUSSION)
MRS. MAUGHAN:  Next I'd like to mark as an exhibit in
these proceedings, as Exhibit Number 10, a
letter identified by Mr. Wiseman as having been
received from CP. Rail by Federal Pioneer
Limited.  The letter is dated May 8th, 1974 and
it was written by Mr. R.K. Foote, F-O-O-T-E,
to Mr. J.G. Coutts, C-O-U-T-T-S of Federal
Pioneer Limited.
(EXHIBIT 10 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  Letter dated May 8, 1974)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
75 Q    I show you a hand written document that does
not appear to have a date on it and ask you if
you can identify that document?
A    I cannot identify this document.
76 Q    Well, I show you this document again, this
hand written document that's entitled Reference
CPR Nicola sub. Meridian/Ingledew sub. and
say on the record it was provided to me by your
counsel in his list of documents and what I
would ask is that you research your files and
17 ■*
tell me if you are able to say what this
document refers to and if it refers to any
matters that are in issue in this case —
A    — what do you mean by "identify"? Do you mean
who wrote it and who it was to? That I cannot.
I can tell you what the letter is about. Not
for sure, though.
MR. COUTTS:  You will attempt to find out?
THE WXTNESS:  There is no way I can find out who wrote
that letter or if it was written to us or we
wrote it to somebody.  No way.  It's impossible.
(OFF THE RECORD DISCUSSION)
MRS. MAUGHAN:  For the record, Mr. Coutts has indicated
that with reference to a hand written document
entitled Reference CPR, Nicola sub.. Meridian/
Ingledew sub. that he will undertake to find out —
MR. COUTTS:  — I won't undertake at all.  Mr. Wiseman
will attempt to find out who wrote it, who
receive it and what is the nature of this
document.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  All right, I'll accept those terms. Perhaps
we can mark that as Exhibit Number 11?
(EXHIBIT 11 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  document entitled Reference
CPR)
(PROCEEDINGS ADJOURNED AND RESUMED PURSUANT TO ADJOURNMENT)
■
I
I
■ ggptmiw*.-*
MRS. MAUGHAN:
77 Q   Showing you a copy of a shipping order short
form which appears to be a bill of lading issued
by Federal Pioneer Limited and I ask you if you
can identify that copy?
A   Yes, I can identify it as a bill of lading.
78 Q   Is it a bill of lading issued by your company?
A   Yes, it is.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  Ask that this bill of lading —
MR. COUTTS:  — why don't we keep this straight by referring
to the car numbers?
MRS. MAUGHAN:  All right, which refers to, on the body of
the document to car number 309 966, as Exhibit
Number 12 in these proceedings.
(EXHIBIT 12 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  Bill of lading referring
to car number 309 966)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
79 Q   I'm showing you another bill of lading regarding
car number BCH 201 and ask if you can identify
that document?
A   Yes, it's a bill of lading by our company issued
to the CP.R.
80 Q   Referring to car —
A    — 201.  BCH 201.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  Ask that this bill of lading be marked as
Exhibit Number 13, this bill of lading referring
to BCH 201.
19 I
I
I
(EXHIBIT 13 FOR IDENTIFICATION:  bill of lading referring
to car BCH 201)
MR. COUTTS:  If I may interject just for a moment here
so that —
MRS. MAUGHAN: — do you want this on the record?
(OFF THE RECORD DISCUSSION)
MRS. MAUGHAN:  Just to backtrack slightly, I refer you to
Exhibit Number 12 in these proceedings, a bill
of lading relating to car number 309 966 and I
would ask what parts of that document were filled
in by your company?
MS LOO:  I think I can explain this.
(OFF THE RECORD DISCUSSION)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
81 Q   I'm showing you a copy of a straight bill of
lading, short form, and ask you if you can identify
that document?
A   It's a bill of lading prepared by Federal
Pioneer.
82 Q   Does it have any relation to the copy of a bill
of lading earlier produced which is marked as
Exhibit Number 12 in these proceedings?
A   This is the number 1 copy, Exhibit 12 is the
number 2 copy which has other markings than ours.
83 q   Does the number 1 copy that you have referred to
contain only markings made by you?
20 m-nranftuffrMaaTaittniiiiiiiiiff ti'i tii w/-Htfifi"ja]Tf twmkit nmMiwii wmrr ~i ij^twiiW'ii'iffMiiiMi'iitiiiiiiTlimni
:
85
86
A
Q
A
Q
A
Q
No.
87
84 Q Does it contain markings made by anybody else?
By the C.P.R.
Where are the markings that are made by C.P.R.?
Right there.
You are referring to the signature on the
bottom of the page?
A   Right.
Q   All the rest of the markings on the document
were made by Federal Pioneer?
A   Yes.
MRS. MAUGHAN: I would ask that the copy of this document
identified by Mr. Wiseman as the Number 1 copy
of the bill of lading.which was marked Exhibit
12 be marked in this case as Exhibit Number 12A.
(EXHIBIT 12A FOR IDENTIFICATION: Number 1 copy of Exhibit 12)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
88   Q   Now, turning back to Exhibit Number 12 in these
proceedings, the number 2 copy of the bill of
lading relating to car 309 966, can you tell us
~ are you able to tell us who put in the extra
markings on the number 2 copy, that is, those
markings which do not appear on the number 1 copy?
A   I cannot tell you who did it. I only assume
that the railway did it.
Are you sure that Federal Pioneer didn't do it?
89
21 ■ _ _. . I,
I
9
90
A
Q
91
A
Q
No, we did not do it.
All right, turning now to what has been marked
as Exhibit Number 13 in these proceedings, I
show you this bill of lading again and ask you
if the situation is similar with regard to this
one a3 with regard to the earlier one you
identified as Exhibit Number 12 and Exhibit 12A?
Similar in what way?
Did Federal Pioneer fill in this bill of lading
in a similar manner as it did in Exhibit Number
12A?
MR. COUTTS: what do you mean? Did they prepare the typed
portion to that?
MRS.   MAUGHAN:
92        Q        Referring to ethe typed portion.
A       On this particular one we prepared the typed
portions plus the number K4022L.    Impact record
number.
All of the rest of the handwriting, save and
except the signatures on the bottom were not
put in there by Federal Pioneer?
No.
I show you a copy of a bill of lading WKich
relates to car number 303 218 and ask you if
you can identify that document?
Yes, it's a bill of lading .prepared by us;
93
94
A
Q
22 ntca-.^-ATriirtirm^^^ '""•""■ ■ ■:-':
all markings on the bill of lading axe not ours.
95 Q   Are not yours, which ones are Federal Pioneer's
and which ones are not Federal Pioneer's?
A   This particular bill of lading, it's — all the
typed copies, all the typed information.
96 Q   All the typed information belongs to Federal
Pioneer?
A   Yes. This is not a typed — this is a stamp.
97 Q   You are referring to words which say, weight
charges to follow?
A   That's right.
MR. COUTTS:  And a word "weigh".
THE WITNESS: Weigh plus the stamp.
MRS. MAUGHAN:
98 Q   Those are not — have not been put there by
your company?
A   No.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  I would ask that this document be marked as
Exhibit Number 14 in these proceedings.
(EXHIBIT 14 FOR IDENTIFICATION: bill of lading referring
to car number 303 218.)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
99 q   Similarly, I show you another copy of a bill of
lading relating to car number 304 649 and ask
you if you can identify that bill of lading?
A   Yes, it's a bill of lading prepared by us and
23 •mxjr
the markings are not all ours.
100 Q   Could you tell us which markings are yours and
which ones are not yours?
A   The typed markings only.
101 Q   Are yours?
A   Yes. There again, this is not a typed marking.
102 Q   Referring to the stamped portions?
A   That's right.
103 Q   And the hand written portions as not being part
of ~
A   — and this is not ours, that's a stamp number,
too.
104 Q   Referring again to a number on the top stamped
44375, has not been put in the document by
Federal Pioneer Limited.
I would ask that this document be marked
as Exhibit Number 15 in these proceedings.
(EXHIBIT 15 FOR IDENTIFICATION: bill of lading referring
to car number 304 649)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
105 Q   Similarly, I show you a copy of another bill
of lading referring to receipt of car number
CP 303589 and ask you if you can identify that
document and which portions of the document were
put in there by Federal Pioneer?
A   This is the document prepared by us. This is the
24 same situation as the other bills, only the
typed portion is ours.
MRS. MAUGHAN: I would ask that this document relating
to car number CP 303589 be marked as Exhibit
Number 16.
(EXHIBIT 16 FOR IDENTIFICATION: bill of lading for car
number CP 303589)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
106 Q   And I show you a copy of another bill of lading
relating to car number 304 529 and ask you the
same questions that I have asked you on the
previous bills of lading.
A   It is a bill of lading prepared by us and not
all markings are ours.
107 Q   All markings are yours?
A   Not all markings are ours. The same as the other
bills.
108 Q   Is the typed written portion yours only?
A   Yes.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  I would ask that this document be marked as
Exhibit Number 17 in these proceedings.
(EXHIBIT 17 FOR IDENTIFICATION: bill of lading referring
to car number 304 529)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
109 q   Similarly, I show you a copy of a bill of
lading relating to car number 301 158 and ask
you the same questions that I asked you earlier.
25 _wt4weam»WKGBBtm*j>ixwte
:<:■:>
i
I
A
This is a bill of lading prepared by us, not
all markings are ours.
110
Q
And similarly the markings which are yours are
the typed written markings?
A
That's right.
S
MRS.
MAUGHAN:  Ask that this be Exhibit Number 18 in these
proceedings?
(EXHIBIT
18 FOR IDENTIFICATION: bill of lading referring
to car number 301 158)
MRS.
MAUGHAN:
Ill
Q
I'm showing you an original bill of lading
referring to car number 301 158 and ask you if
you can identify that document?
A
It's the number 1 copy of a bill of lading issued
to the railway by us.
112
Q
And I show you what has been marked as Exhibit
number 18 in these proceedings and ask you if
you can relate those two documents?
A
Exhibit 18 is a number 2 copy of the bill of
lading.
113
Q
To the bill of lading that you just identified?
A
M'hm.
MRS.
MAUGHAN:  I would ask that the number 1 copy just
identified by Mr* Wiseman of the bill of lading
relating to car number 301 158 be marked as
Exhibit Number 18A in these proceedings?
26 (EXHIBIT 18A FOR IDENTIFICATION:  bill of lading referring
to car number 301 158)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
114 Q   Mr. Wiseman, I'm showing you what was marked
as Exhibit Number 17, that is the number 2 copy
of the bill of lading for car number 304 525
and I put that before you and also show you an
original bill of lading and ask you if you can
identify the original bill of lading that refers
to car number 304 525?
A   It is our bill of lading.
115 Q   That is your original bill of lading?
A   Yes, it is.
116 Q   How doest it relate to Exhibit Number 17 in these
proceedings?
A   Number 17 is a copy of the bill of lading.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  Thank you.  I would ask that the original
bill of lading to which Mr. Wiseman has just be
referred be marked as Exhibit Number 17A in these
proceedings.
(EXHIBIT 17A FOR IDENTIFICATION:  original bill of lading
referring to car number
304 525)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
117 Q   Mr. Wiseman, for the record, could you clarify
the relationship between Exhibit Number 17A and
Exhibit Number 17?
27 A   Number 17 is a xerox copy of the number 2 copy
of the bill of lading.
118 Q   And number 17A is simply the original of the
bill of lading?
A   It's a top copy of the bill of lading.
MR. COUTTS:  I would just like to clarify one more thing.
Exhibits 12, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 are simply
xerox copies of the front part of copy number
2.
MRS. MAUGHAN:
119 Q   Is that correct, Mr. Wiseman?
A   Yes.
120 Q   That's your evidence, thank you.
Next I'm showing to you a exerox copy of
the number 2 copy of a bill of lading and ask
you if you can identify that document?
A   It's a copy of a bill of lading issued by our
company. All markings are not ours.
121 Q   Which markings are yours?
A   The typed markings plus the change of the car
number.
122 Q   And the car number is marked as now being 303 598?
A   That's right.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  I would ask that this document be marked as
Exhibit Number 19 in these proceedings.
(EXHIBIT 19 FOR IDENTIFICATION: bill of lading referring to
car number 303 598)
I
28 ■
MRS. MAUGHAN:
123 Q   I'm showing you an original bill of lading,
number 1 copy, and ask you if you can identify
that document?
A   It's the number 1 copy of the original bill of
lading.
124 Q   What car does it relate to?
A   303 598.
125 Q   Was it prepared by your company?
A   Yes, it was.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  I would ask that this document be marked
as Exhibit Number 19A.
(EXHIBIT 19A FOR IDENTIFICATION:  original bill of lading
referring to car number
303 598)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
126 Q   I show you Exhibit Number 19 and Exhibit 19A
and ask you if they refer to the same car?
$$£&&*
A   They do.
127 Q   Mr. Wiseman, are you familiar with the geographic
location of Coquitlam, British Columbia?
A   I've been in Coquitlam, yes.
128 q   And are you familiar with the geographic location
of loco, British Columbia?
A   No, I'm not.
129 Q   Is your company familiar with the geographic
locations of Coquitlam and loco?
29 ■
1
I ill
;
A   As far as I know, they're not.
130 Q   So, is it safe to say that they would not be
able to say where each of these places are
located?
MR. COUTTS: What do you mean? In British Columbia? The
Lower Mainland or what?
MRS, MAUGHAN:
131 Q   I'm talking about Coquitlam and loco and I want
to know from —
A   ■*- the relationship between Coquitlam and loco?
132 Q   Yes, as far as your company knows?
MR. COUTTS:  It's a very vague question.
THE WITNESS: Yes. I couldn't answer that. I don't know
what you are trying to ask me.
MRS. MAUGHAN:
133 Q   Well, I'll phrase it another way. What does
your company know about loco, British Columbia
in terms of where it is situated in British
Columbia?
A   Situated near Coquitlam, that's all we knew.
134 Q   Do you know how far away from Coquitlam?
A   No, we do not.
135 Q   Do you know whether or not it is a part of
Coquitlam or a separate municipal identity?
A   We do not.
136 Q   Do you know the mileage distance between the two
30 ■
places?
A   No.
137 Q   When your company decides on shipping destinations,
does it investigate the destination to which the
shipment is headed?
A   Well, when we have a shipping destination, if it's
a rail shipment, we ask for clearance by the
railways to the shipping destination.
138 Q   And that's all you do for identification?
MR. COUTTS: Well, you people are the experts on your
railways, you know, where —
MRS. MAUGHAN: — off the record,
(OFF THE RECORD DISCUSSION)
MRS. MAUGHAN:
139 Q   I'll go back over my questions, somewhat, Mr.
Wiseman. Does your company know where loco, the
townsite of loco Limited is in relation to the
townsite of Coquitlam?
A   No.
140 q   Does anybody in your company know?
A   I can't answer that. I don't know.
141 Q   Would you find outf please, if anybody in your
company knows that answer?
On all of the bills of lading which you
prepared the destination is listed as Coquitlam,
British Columbia, nearest rail siding, loco Oil
>
n
31 %
Refinery. Where did you obtain the information
to put on this bill of lading that as the
destination?
A   B.C. Hydro.
142 Q   Why did you put destination as being Coquitlam
and loco?
MR. COUTTS: Excuse me, please don't put your interpretation
of a contract to him. Mr. Wiseman, just read
what the destination says.
MRS. MAUGHAN: I'm entitled to ask Mr. Wiseman why he
phrased the phrase on the contract the way he
did.
MR. COUTTS: Well, show me where the words are, what you're
reading?
MRS. MAUGHAN:
143 Q   Mr. Wiseman, your destination refers to Coquitlam,
British Columbia —
A   — nearest rail siding, loco Oil Refinery.
144 q   Well, if I were to tell you that Coquitlam and
loco are two distinct and separate geographic
locations, what would you say to that?
A   I wouldn't say anything to it. I don't know
what you're trying to tell me. Winnipeg and
Fort Garry are two different locations. I don't
really follow the line — what you are trying to
ask me.
32 145
146
147
148
149
150
q   where then is the — do you mean the nearest
rail siding to Coquitlam?
A   Nearest rail siding, loco Oil Refinery.
q   What do you mean by that?
A   Nearest rail siding, loco Oil Refinery.
q   Where is that?
A   I couldn't tell you.
Q   You don't know where that is?
A   No, I don't,
Q   Do you know where the loco Oil Refinery is?
A   Personally I do not.
Q   Does your company know?
A   I couldn't answer. They probably do. I can't
answer for -<-
Q   — would you find out for me if they know where
the loco Oil Refinery is?
Do you, in the course of preparing your
ladings for shipment, use any shipping guides?
A   No, we do not. The only time we use a shipping
guide is to find out who the carrier is.
152 q   And what shipping guide do you use when you —
A   — we usually phone either the C.N. or C.P.,
phone them up, ask them, "do you service this
area?" and they tell us either it's a competitive
point or a CP. local or a C.N. local.
153 q   do you use any publications?
151
33
ss? ■■; i"
A   Not really.
154 Q   What do you mean by "not really"? Do you or
don't you?
A   No, we do not.
155 Q   I'm showing you a book entitled Canadian Guide,
Canada's Up-to-the-minute Gazeteer and Shipper's
Directory and I ask you if you recognize that
book?
Yes, I recognize this book.
Do you use that book in the course of your
business?
We use it for C.N. express shipments.
Do you use it for CP. shipments?
No.
Why do you use it for one and not the other?
It's just the way we do it.
Just your business procedure?
Well, we mostly ship C.N. because we're on a
C.N. site.
On the bills of lading, if you wanted the cars
to go to the loco Oil Refinery, why did you
mention Coquitlam at all?
A   That is the designation that we were — that
the B.C. Hydro contract stipulated.
161  Q   Now, when you obtained the line clearances, when
were they obtained for each of the shipments
A
156
Q
A
157
Q
A
158
Q
A
159
Q
A
160
Q
34
■oMSSS^g^W A
162   Q
163
164
165
166
167
168
A
Q
A
Q
Q
A
A
Q
A
Q
A
going to B.C. Hydro and referring to this case?
What clearances are you referring to?
Well, let's take, for example, clearances
necessary for car number 309 966. When did
you obtain the clearances for that car?
Clearances for that car?
Yes?
On or about the day of that bill of lading.
Referring to Exhibit Number 12 or the bill of
lading dated March 20, 1975. So, on that day
it's fair to say you obtained clearances?
We had the C.N. and CP. in our yard measuring
the load for dimensional clearances.
How about weight clearances?
Well, they cannot weigh it in our yard. We
have no way of weighing it.
Do you indicate to them at that time the weight
of the car?
Yes, we do.
What would be the procedure for indicating to
the railway the weight of car number 309 966?
It would be a weight off the blueprint, which —
And this would be given to them verbally?
Yes, as they're measuring it. They have a form
that they write up and we give them the weight.
Both railways.
35 I
169 Q   And at that time do they give you a form or a
signed copy?
A   Sometimes they do, sometimes they don't. In
this particular case, I can't tell you.
170 Q   I wonder if you would look through your records
and see if you received anything from CP.
Limited on the date that each of these cars were
shipped and at the time that you say that
clearances were obtained?
Who would be the person in Winnipeg who
would contact CP. about obtaining clearances
on the date that you wanted to ship out?
A   Myself.
Q   And what would be the procedure that you
followed in this case?
A   In this particular case?
Q   Yes?
A   I would have phoned both the C.N. and CP. car
measurement people to come down and measure the
load. I also would have phoned the CP. loss
and damage for an impact recorder placed on the
car.
173 Q   Yes, and then what would have happened or what
did happen?
A   They would have measured the load.
174 Q   And you would be watching them while they did
171
172
36 175
176
177  Q
178
179
180
this?
In some cases yes, and some cases, no.
And then what would happen?
They would take the measurements back to their
respective superiors, I guess.
Yes?
Who then, through their own internal organization,
would get clearance to move the load.
At this time would any reference be made by you
or by you and CP. in conjunction to the bill of
lading?
To the bill of lading?
Would you be obtaining clearances with respect
to the bill of  lading or would it simply be
something separate and apart from that?
No,  the clearance has nothing to do with the
bill of  lading at all as far as getting the
clearance.
Is it fair to say that the clearance is simply
then a matter of measuring the load?
Well, before — the clearance is to make sure
the load fits inside of a dimension outlined in
a clearance which is received prior to the movement
of the load.
And in this case, where did you receive clearance
to?
37 !-,
i
*   '
j
I
A
181
Q
A
182
Q
A
183
Q
A
184
Q
A
185
Q
A
186
Q
A
187
Q
A
188
Q
A
189
Q
A
190
Q
A
191
Q
In this particular case here?
Yes?
Nearest rail siding, loco Oil Refinery.
And you don't have a clear idea of where
precisely that nearest rail siding is?
No, I do not.
Now, these rail cars involved in this case were
all heavy load flat cars; is that the correct —
— no, that is not -~
— terminology?
Only two.
Only two of the rail cars were —
— heavy duty flat depressed centre rail cars.
What does that mean?
Flat depressed centre rail cars.
Are they more heavy than other rail cars?
The car itself?
Yes? The car itself without the lading?
Yes, they are.
Were all the weights of the cars that were shipped
the same?
No.
Do you have a record of the weights that each
car —
— not with me, no.
Do you recall whether or not any of them were
■
h*
:
38 j
I
•H
I !-'.
less than 280,000 pounds?
A   I would think that there were six less than
280,000 pounds.
192 Q   Now, on the bills of lading, when we -refer
to rail siding, what did you mean by that?
In the sense did you mean private team tracks?
Did you have any specific rail siding type in
mind?
A   The rail siding that we refer to was the nearest
rail siding, loco Oil Refinery.
193 Q   And you didn't have any greater detail of rail
siding than that?
A   That's the only rail siding that we knew of.
As per the consignee's instructions, nearest
rail siding, loco Oil Refinery.
194 Q   And that's all you knew?
A   Yes.
195 Q   I'm showing you a copy of the amended statement
of defence ..of the third party to statement of
claim and to third party notice, filed by your
counsel and ask you if you've read this document?
A   Yes, I did.
196 Q   Now, I turn your attention to page 2, paragraph
three of your amended statement of defence, of
the third party statement of claim and to third
party notice, which I'll refer to henceforth as
39 ■
the amended statement of defence, and particularly
to the bottom portion of paragraph three where
you state:
"the third party admits the railcars
listed in paragraphs 5(a) to 5(h)
inclusive were placed by the plaintiff
on the dates set forth therein"
and this is the portion that I'd like to
emphasize:
"denys that such placement was made
in accordance with the terms of the
contracts of carriage;"
I would ask you, what do you mean by that?
MR. COUTTS: Well, those are the words of his counsel.
MRS. MAUGHAN:  And the words of his client.
MR. COUTTS: He didn't write those words.
MRS. MAUGHAN: Well, Mr. Coutts, I'm entitled to examine
him on his pleadings. The pleadings are the
pleadings of the company.
MR. COUTTS: What's your question?
MRS. MAUGHAN:  I want to know on what basis you deny that
the placement was made in accordance with the
terms of the contracts of carriage.
MR. COUTTS: That's a question of law, interpretation of
the contracts.
MRS. MAUGHAN:
197  Q   Mr. Wiseman, where do you think they should have
been placed?
A   The cars themselves?
40 198 Q   Yes. The cars.  You said that they weren't
placed in accordance with what the contract
said they should have been placed, so where
do you think they should have been placed?
A   Nearest rail siding, loco Oil Refinery.
199 Q   And do you disagree that there is no problem,
that they weren't placed there?
A   I do disagree where they were placed.
200 Q   Do you disagree that they were not placed —
may I rephrase that? Do you agree that the
cars were placed at the nearest rail siding?
A   I can't answer that because I do not know
where the cars were actually placed.
201 Q   So then you really have no basis to say —
MR. COUTTS:  — what do you mean "no basis"? I mean, I
prepared these pleadings.
(OFF THE RECORD DISCUSSION)
MRS. MAUGHAN:  I'll leave that part for now and consider
my position on it and turn to my next point
which refers to paragraph four of the amended
statement of defence, the bottom part of that
where it states:
"the third party denys that the
plaintiff gave notice to the
defendant";
do you have knowledge of any notice being given
to the defendant?
41 A    Notice of what?
202 Q    Well, perhaps we could answer that question.
What do you mean by "notice" as a matter of
fact?
MR. COUTTS: Where ar© we now?
MRS. MAUGHAN: Paragraph four you talk about contracts
were entered into by the plaintiff, as carrier,
the third party as shipper, and the defendant,
as consignee. Further that the third party
denies that the plaintiff gave notice to the
defendant. Now, what do you mean as a matter
of fact by "notice"?
MR. COUTTS: Well, that's notice in terms of the Canadian
Demurrage Rules, which is again, a legal question.
It's a case of interpreting the Canadian Demurrage
Rules and what is notice under the Canadian
Demurrage Rules,
MRS. MAUGHAN:
203 Q    Do you have any knowledge of notice that was
given between the plaintiff and the defendant,
B.C. Hydro?
A    I don't quite follow your question there.
204 Q    Do you have any knowledge of any dealings between
CP. and the defendant, B.C. Hydro with regard
to the arrival of the cars?
A   We knew that there was a problem when they
i
:«
■■"*
42 tN
arrived, yes.  There was a problem with the
delivery of the units.
205 Q   Was your company familiar with the details of
when the cars arrived at destination?
A   We knew when they arrived, yes.
206 Q   How were you informed?
A   How were we informed?
207 Q   Yes?
A   We informed ourselves.
208 Q   How did you inform yourselves?
A   By tracing them.
209 Q   What do you mean by "tracing" them?
A   We traced the cars to find out where they were,
210 Q   How did you trace —
A   — through the CP./CN. telex.
211 Q   Where did you send the telex?
A   CP. Montreal.
212 Q   And they replied?
A   Telling us where the car was.
213 Q   How long after the arrival of the cars did
this take place, your tracing?
A   We traced the cars en route.
<>....
214 Q   Are you familiar with any rail siding at loco
Oil Refinery?
A   What do you mean by "familiar"?
215 Q   Do you know of the existence of any?
43 '_
i ■
MR. COUTTS:  At the loco Oil Refinery?
MRS. MAUGHAN:
216 Q   Yes?
A   Well, no, we knew that there was a rail siding
there, yes.
217 Q   Do you know who owned the rail siding?
A   We did not.
MRS. MAUGHAN: That completes my questions, Mr. Wiseman.
(CONCLUDED)
I hereby certify this to be a
true and accurate transcript
to the best of my skill and ability.
Wendy Dauphinee v
Official Court Reporter
44 CPRail
Internal Correspondence
Date  WINNIPEG, May 3rd, 1974
From  Mr. r. J. Shepp
To  Mr. R. K. Foote
File No. 1277-Pioneer Elect,
Reference your letter of April 15th, file J.PI02LECT,
concerning proposed movements of transformers from
Pioneer Electric, Winnipeg, Man. to B.C. Hydro &  Power
Authority, loco and Newton, B.C. routed CN-Paddington-CP
to loco and CN-Paddington-CP-New Westminster—BCH to Newton,
B.C.
These shipments can be handled over our lines from Paddington,
Man. to New Westminster and loco, B.C. and over BCH from
New Westminster, B.C. to Newton, B.C. when loaded within
car length on cars in CP 309965-70 series and measuring:
Height Above Top of Rail (ATR)   Width
2»5"
2«6"
3'0"
4'3"
7'0"
12'9"
13f0"
13T4"
15*0"
17»0n
17'8"
18'8"
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
2'6"
3,0"
4'3"
7'0"
1?»9n
13'0"
13'4"
15'0"
17'0"
17'8"
18*8"
18'10"
10'2n
10M0"
11 «6 "
11«10"
12'0"
12'0" deer, to 11'8"
11 *8"
11'8"
ics"
10«2"
9'4"
deer,
deer,
deer,
deer.
to
to
to
to
7'4" deer, to
10'8"
10'2"
g. 4"
7'4"
5'8"
Gross weight of each car and its lading not to exceed
448,800 lbs.
2
However, this does not authorize movement of shipments
as restriction:, will apply and final loaded dimensions
must be known in order to afford proper protection.
Blueprint is returned herewith.
,xJ7a
Superintendent Transportation/"^ S*
Kay 8, 1974
Mia.        T      n~ ~s. < -•/"!•
T.r. J. G. Coutta
Federal Pionayr Liaitfcd
101 Koskr-stJ ..-treat
Vinaij.x'ii, .".an.
RJ? DL7
>-.■■* fSsa
p
- ' '■'■
<
Itear Sir:
Hoferrla?- to y.iur Ictt&r of "pril 10, D.i, following
rcftrenc&j 4CO1-02-03-0-4-05-06-07, 401#-13-14~15-1&-19,
slco, drawing referenca :,'. 1305p51CO, April 9, 1974   ,
(li.C.  Hydro} covrrir.tf seven tr:.r>nfomcrn froa i innijirff,
Kmi.  to loot',  jj.C.  -md oil tr.:nn/*oiT;r:r.'i fror. < Innip«rr, Van*
to Keuton, Ji»C, witii the« following crtn diner.r>iorus:
Shipping >n:,th    - 12 • 10*
vidth     - 12' eaxistsa
Heirht - lS'lO"
teLht    - 265,500 lbs.
Date       - hush for final drafting
The blueprint, aa asewied, vr.e forverced to J:uperintcndent
Trf-nnrortntion, Er. R. J. .Thep?, end ntteched i.ercto is hi a
luttor of r.ay .5, 1;74, fl> 1Z77 Pioneer Klrct.    It t.ill b_
noted th<» reatrlctiorio listed  In the fttt-'.chod cow of fir.
i;hap.u'a lottftr *re the o«ae hs those outlined in ay letter of
Juno 7, 1073 to you.
Vo *re i>le-i.j£d to rc-suota the y«afi i'roi.-ht rotee aa tho3©
in<Uc.*it»d in ray letter of June 7, 157?. vie.
Krooi    Winnipos, Mnn.
To:        loco,  fi.C.
Zt*ta**$ B.C.
?r:-.U'H in grnta. - :»r l-'Q ^bj
290
P.cutin;-' to loco kIU be CP din ct.
Koutir.K to ;>ct/tcn >iil be vis C? rv il - ?:'©«? Vrstr.inr.tor, B.C.
r=.c.K. /~
£/*"-'
((A
/
i/ v 2
Rotea uro subject to your advice of acceptance end public*tion
prior to njvo'wvnt, ni-_ to e-.ny furthor geneir.1 rate adjustnent
which way be irtplcaonted by tte railways.
Tjutj very truly,
DIutrict J&aager*
: -
E&
/.
no
cc: Mr. R« J. £hepp, Supt. Transportation, Vinnipeg, Man.
.  Ref era. to your letter of, Kay 3, 1974, file 1277 find previous
exchange «j as centi' nod above,
cc: - Mr. P. J» Hanon, KFR, Winnipeg, Han.
Refers to your letter of April 16, 1974, file E?;s 126-3'and
previous exchanges. ■ ■
i
f
i
• i * Date
From
To
Ffle:  SOU A. 126-3
CPRail
Internal Correspondence
WlMIliXJ, Man., October 9, 1975
F. J. Hamon
Mr. J. C. C. Fer.jusson
Manager - freight Tariff Bureau
WINNIPEG, Haa.
Will you please arrange to isrmo a Limited Freight Tariff
effective today, good for thirty days, subject to and governed
by CP Tariff W. 1210, to apply on Transformer* and Parts thereof,
carloads from Winnipeg, Man. as follows:
ftp tea 1" porta r.-or 100 lbs.
Malrpun eights
L
-
■
TCj.
Coquitlam, B. C.
loco, B.C.
24M  4 OH  60-1  80K  10QF)
506  425  384  346  344
512  428  391  351  349
Pleaoe advise Fr. P.   -illiajno of Mr.  ft. K. Foote's office, Limited
Freight Tariff number to cover*
(SGDJ F. J. HAMON
For
Manager - Pricing
IP
ceo: Mr. D. W. Chapoan, Manager - iriciny, Vancouver
.^^^   Mr. P.. K. Foote, List. Hgr., Winnipeg - Atteation Kr. f. Mlliaas
*->—"}X<!r. G, T. Botes, Dist. Kgr., Vancouver
CP. RAJL
!
OCi
1 • ,
;/5
KSForai 101T-R
^/£3
VANCOUVER, B.C
C* tAtt
u isrc
Fife 9	
vANcouvrnTTc
''~Sj&^£&*r*E*.E---:--;"••-'':■"•" •       %'-   ^ *s^rr7rwc',r?~"' ?.-:
I .       ,TJ     .- ,'- 1%... ->_"TT-V^ 5RWWS
i;,.?^r,^.^,^.v,.r:,;7..   - .•.,...;-,-- i    .,    -;. 'iffi$3tiS^\%& :Ct.-;5r-rr=r=rj-T'JTr-Ji.   igMMIaflgBMBMiSHg»ai
r»
REDUCTION
C.T.C.  (Limited) No. W.    352:
L
c
CP (Limited) No. W.    3539
	
(UNES
CPRail
(CANADIAN  PACIFIC LIMITED)
THUNDER BAY, ONT, AND WEST THEREOF)
LIMITED FREIGHT TARIFF
OF
COMPETITIVE COMMODITY RATES
ON
TRANSFORMERS and PARTS thereof,   carloads.
Minima:
24,000  lbs COLUMN A.                                  80,000  lbs,
^ri.nnn ih* rnr.iiMM r.                           inn.non lb*.
 COLUMN D.
 COLUMN E.
60,000 lbs COLUMN C.
FROM
TO
RATES
In cents per 100  lbs.
i
A        B        C        D        E
512    428    391    351    349
Subject to and governed by CP Tariff No. W.      1210       C.T.C.(F) No. W.   4349
ISSUED          MARCH 20,   1975
EFFECTS
1       MARCH 20,   1975
Expi
res with       MAY  18,   1975
i
|    '
Issued by
J. C. C. FERGUSSON,
Manager—Freight Tariff Bureau,
150 Henry Ave.,
Winnipeg, Man.   R3B 0J7 G. M. PJkTRY Limited
Customs Brokers and Forwarders
"CANADA'S PIONEERS IN AIRPORT CUSTOMS BROKERAGE"
MONTREAL    INTERNATIONAL    AIRPORT,    DORVAL,    QUE.    •   TEl.   636-3450    •    CABLE   ADDRESS    PATBRO
^—-        W CUSTOMS. BROi
/*>*/
BROKERS LIMITED
CUSTOMS BROKERS
INT L FREIGHT FORWARDERS
CONTAINERIZATION SERVICE
CUSTOMS AND TRANSPORTATION
COURTIERS en DOUANES
TRANSITAIRES INTERNATIONAUX
SERVICE PAR CONTENEURS
CONSULTANTS
364-9596
TORONTO
SERVICE A VOTRE DIMENSION
845-1211
MONTREAL
SERVICE UNLIMITED
DOUANE ET TRANSPORT
422-1256
HALIFAX
ADMINISTRATION
450RUESTEHELENEST.
MONTREAL QUEBEC    H2Y 2L2
cWk
TELEX: 05-25177
CABLE: "AFFORWARD"
St-Arnaud+Bergevln Umitte vqus aussi T£L: ^ 285-1500 Voir noUe
courtiers EN oouanes BENEFICIEREZ Tci t» ne ociie      annonce
ET TRANSITAIRES INTERNATIONAUX DE NOTRE EXPERIENCE ItliA: JJD-Zal/O        page 24
SET ^f^^r^^&^^ i.     ■
106
— CANADIAN GUIDE —
Timetable No.
•INGONISH CENTRE, Victoria. M.S..
Via Sydney 123km. B 2009.
p.168
■INGONISH FERRY, Victoria, N.S..
Via Sydney 109km, B 2009,
p.117
•INGRAMPORT, Halifax. N S .
11 CN.  X  HCN.  B426,  p.76 384
INKERMAN, M. Dundas. Ont..
11 CP (carload freight only). (P.O.
3km trom Rly.). X CP. B 1024,
p. 78 ' 624
INKERMAN, M, Gloucester. NE..
11 CN.  XCN.  B2821,  p.499 412
•INKERMAN FERRY, Gloucester,
N.B.,  Inkerman, CN 2km,
B2821.  p.277
INKSTER, M.Man.,
(Sub P.O. of Winnipeg)
X delivered from Winnipeg
•INLAND, Ada.,
1 CN (carload freight only).
B 970 591
•INLET, Papineau, Que.,
Buckingham. CP. 23km, B 223*
■INLET BADDECK, Cape Breton,
Orangedale. CN 45km,
Ti—
•INMAN, Victcilll, llleL
1 CP (freight, carloai
X to Perth Jet. 634
INNERKIP, M, Oxford, QpSTCP.
X CP.  B 1035,  p.3?5 627
•INNES, Sask.,
1 CN, (carload freight only),
B910
INNISFAIL, M, Alia..  CP. X CP,
B Royal, Nova Scotia, pop.2468
A CN INTERMODAL point 764
•INNISFIL PARK, Simcoe. Ont..
Lelroy, CN, 6km, X CP
INNISFREE, M, Alta..  CN,  XCN,
B Imperial-Commerce, pop.252   526
■INNISVILLE, Lanark. Ont..
Carlelon Place, CP. 16km,
XCP. B244-
■INOUCOJOUAC, Que.. ,
(see Port Harrison)
INSINGER, M, Sask..   1) CP, X 1 CP.
Timetable No.
B 1181.  pop.72
■INSTOW, Sask.,   1 CP. B 1858
■INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY,
B.C.,   HBN
•INTERNATIONAL PIER,
Cape Breton, N.S..
1 Dev. Rly., (near Sydney)
■INTERVALE, Westmorland. N.B..
Petitcodlac. CN 3km, B 1248-,
p. 79
•INTOLA, Thunder Bay. Ont.,
Thunder Bay, CN 16km
INUVIK, M, NWT„
AIR 625. 630, 632. W.R. 210,
B Montreal. Imperial-Commerce,
pop.2672
■INVENTA, Shelburne. N.S..
Lockepon. C.N., 11km, B 542"
INVERARY, M, Frontenac, Ont..
Klnston, CN., CP. 19km. XCP,
B493V  p.223
INVERHURON, S, Bruce. Ont..
Kincardine. CN. 21km, XCP,
B491"
•INVERLAKE, Alta..
1 C.P.. (carload freight only),
X to Langdon
692
728
874
770
•INVERMAY, Bruce, Ont ,   7ara.
CN 2km,  B 933,  p.83
INVERMAY, M, Sask.,  CN,  XCN,
B Royal,   pop.414 523
INVERMERE, M, Kootenay. B.C.,
Lake Windermere. CP 3km.
B Montreal, Imperial-Commerce
pop. 1066
INVERNESS, M, Inverness, N.S.,
CN. X CN, B Royal 406
■INVERNESS, Skeena. B.C. Phelan,
CN 3km, X to Prince Rupert,
B 1050
INVERNESS, M, Megantic, Que..
Ste. Julie. CN 16km, B Royal.
pop.359
■INVERNESS LODGE, Muskoka.
Ont.. Bracebridge. C.N. 43km or
Utterson, CN. 32km,  B 3532
■INVERSIDE, Inverness, N.S..
Inverness, C.N.. 3km. B 468*
•INVERSNAY, Alta ,
•J CP. (near Bow Island) .  ' ■
INWOOD, M, Lambton, Ont., i
Pelrolla. CN 21km. XCP.
B Montreal, p.219
iNwnnn M Man..   1 CN. B 2575.
_522
•IOCO, Fraser Valley, B.C.,
"3 CP, (carload freight lor Imperial
Oil Co. only, which may be    "
forwarded collect; freight agency
services will be handled by CP
Customer Service Centre.
Vancouver)or  VlaPortMoody,
CP 6km, X to Vancouver,
1133, p.335    >
aiiiann rum
B 1959
IONA, M, Victoria, N.S.,   1 CN,
XCN.  B731.  p.180 369
•IONA, Queens, P.E.I., Fodhla,
CN. 1km, B612
■IONA, Elgin. Ont..
It C&O (no facilities for handling
freight). (P.O. name lona Station).
XCP. 8 333, p. 171 905
•IONA, Nfld ,  ViaArgentia,
CN. 19km
■IONA REAR, Victoria. N.S . lona,
CN. 5km. B 147
IONA STATION, M, Elgin. Ont..
1 C&O (no facilities for handling
freight) (Rly. name lona) X CP.
B333 p.171 905
■IONDALE HEIGHTS,
Metropolitan Toronto, Ont.,
Scarboro. CN 3km
■IOSEGUN LAKE, Alta.,  Whltecourt,
CN. 91km
IPPERWASH BEACH, S, Lambton,
Ont..  Forest, CN 14km, B 374*
■IPSWICH, Man.,
1 CP (near Shoal Lake) (carload
freight only, which may be
forwarded collect; freight agency
services handled by Customer
Service Centre. Brandon)
■IRANISTAN, Sask., Birch Hills,
CN. 24km,  B 2307"
•IRELAND, Renfrew, Ont., Detlor.
CN. 26km. B 153
IRELAND, Antigonish, N.S.,
James River. CN. 23km, B 127
•IRELAND'S EYE, Nfld.,
Via Trinity June. CN. 19km
Timetable No.
■IRENA, Dundas, Ont., Iroquois,
CN5km, XCP
■IRETON, Alta..
U CP (carload freight only),
X lo Leduc
•IRETON, Yarmouth, N.S.. Ohio.
DA. 8km.  B 1042
■IRIS, Queens. P.E.I.,  Wood Island,
CN3km. B2732
■IRISH COVE, Richmond, N.S.,
Via Sydney 56km, B 832
■IRISH CREEK, Ont.. (see Jasper)
■IRISHTOWN, Westmorland. N.B.,
Humphrey. CN 10km, X 11 CN,
B610. p.256
•IRISHTOWN, Nfld.,
Via Corner Brook, CN, 3km,
p.411
■IRISHVALE, Cape Breton, N.S.,
Via Sydney 51km. B 832
IRMA, M, Alta.. CN, X CN,
B Montreal, pop.412
•IRON BOUND COVE, Queens, N.B.,
Chlpman. CN. 6km. B 1178*
P42
•IRON 60UNO ISLANDS, (Labr.),
Nfld.,  Via Makkovlk
W.R. 596, 14km
IRON BRIDGE, M, Algoma. Ont.,
Dean Lake. CP 6km X CP,
B Royal, pop.837
ONDALE, M, Haliburton. Ont.,
Kinmount, CN 16km. X CP.
B2704
RON HILL, Brome, Que,, Bromont,
CP8km. B497
■IRON MINES, Inverness. N.S..
Orangedale. CN 10km, B2817
IRON RIVER, M. Alta., Bonnyvilte.
CN 24km. B 2936"
■IRON ROCK, Piclou, N.S .
Stellarton. CN 23km
•IRONSIDE, Gatineau. Que ,   % CP,
X to Hull.  B 457,  p.359
IRON SPRINGS, M, Alta.,
1 CP, (carload freight may be
shipped collect), X to Lethbrldge,
766
347
653
757
B4001
•IRONVILLE, Cape Breton, N.S,
Barachois, CN. 5km. B661
IROQUOIS, M, Dundas, Ont., CN.
X CN, CP. B Montreal, Royal.
pop. 1225 353
■IROQUOIS, Madawaska, N.B..
Edmundston C.N.. CP. 3km.
B339*  p.816
■IROQUOIS CLUB, Portneuf. Que.,
11 CN (no freight). X 1 CN 421
IROQUOIS FALLS, M, Cochrane.
Ont.. O.N.. XO.N., B Royal.
pop.7271 890
IROQUOIS FALLS A, M, Cochrane,
Ont.. (see Ansonvllle)
IROQUOIS FALLS M, M, Cochrane,   *
Ont, (see Montrock)
IRRICANA, M, Alta„
(1 CN, carload freight only),
X CP to Beiseker, B 1429.
pop. 141 740,770,580
IRVINE, M, Alta.,
. 1 CP, (carload freight only),
X 10 Walsh. B 585. pop. 193 608
■IRVINE, Megantic. Que., Sre. Julie,
CN. 21km. B 1080
■IRVINE, Nfld..   11 CN. (no freight).
X 11 CN. 375
Timetable I
14111.
•IRVINES LANDING, B.C.,
Via Vancouver 111km.
p.83
•IRVING SETTLEMENT, Albert, f '
Hillsboro. CN. 13km. B 13
•IRVINGTON, Sask„   1 CN. B i
ISAAC'S HARBOUR, M, Guysboro,-    .
N.S.. Antigonish, CN 77km,/
B421,  p.377
•ISAAC'S HARBOUR NORTH,
Guysboro, N.S., Antigonish,
CN74km. B421
ISABELLA, M, Man..   1 C.N.. B 60S,
p.66
ISACHSEN, Franklin District.
N.W.T., AIR 631
■ISBESTER, Algoma. Ont.,   1 CP,
X to Desbarats. B651
ISHAM, M, Sask.,   1 CN.  B 358
■ISIS, Thunder Bay. Ont.,
H CN, (carload freight may be
received collect; freight agency
services handled by CN Carload
Centre, Hornepayne), (near
Longlac) '
ISKUT, M, B.C.
Via Wrangefl. Alaska,
W.R. 127. 209km
•ISLAND, Pictou, N.S., Stellarton,
CN 10km, p.67
•ISLAND BROOK, Compton. Que..
Cookshire. CP 14km, B 279*    '
•ISLAND FALLS, Cochrane. Ont.,
HON.. B 1244,  p.98
■ISLAND FALLS, Sask.. Sandy Bay.
AIR 652. or Flin Flon. Man.,
CN96km. p.178
ISLAND GROVE S, M, York, Ont.,
Suffon. CN 10km, X CP, B 924, '< _
p. 133 -v
ISLAND HARBOUR, M. Nfld..
Via Lewlsporte. CN, 85km
•ISLAND HILL, Sask..
Meadow Lake, CP. 34km,   .
B 3792*
ISLAND LAKE, M, Man..
AIR 640. 644. 645. or
Via Norway House
282km, In summer, B 1400
•ISLAND POINT, Victoria. N.S.,        ,
Sydney Mines CN. 29km, B 147
ISLAND POND,  Vt . U.S.A.,
C.N. & G.T =. 	
-ISLAND RIVER, N.B.,
(see Petite Riviere de I'lle)   '
•ISLAND VIEW, York. N.B..
Fredericton, CN, CP 13km,     /
B386"
•ISLAND VIEW, Cape Breton, N.S,
Christmas Island, CN 16km,
B929
ISLAY, M. Alta.,    1CN.
X to Vermilion. 24km, B 972,
p 125 !
•ISLE, (See also lie)
ISLE AUX COUDRES, M,
Charlevoix Ouest. Que..
Les Eboulements. CN 14km,
B Canadienne, p. 190
ISLE AUX GRUES, M, Montmagny.
Que..  Montmagny, CN. 10km,
B613-.  p.314
ISLE AUX MORTS, M, Nfld..
Via Port aux Basques, CN. 10km,
p.773
All distances shown are in kilometers (km)
Toutes les distances indiquees le sont en kilometres (km)
■
YltrrvwJ! froMAJl <$^v " k*^4v w.tAJrZ&MA for ^Hy#*c-Ale„
4     ^gr^&^w    jfc piiLOL Uses   m*    iMZ^T UCr erf W?£   (jDi\t ^jpjrti ^^L ^*m
4>      Rail Spur to Burrard Thermal Station
Although many construction and operating problems would
be encountered,  it appears possible to construct a track to
the Burrard Thermal Plant.    The most difficult part would
be getting through the Imperial Oil Refinery which involves
the relocation of many pipelines, storage tanks,  collection
pits, etc.    Provisions for road crossings would also have
to be considered.    Imperial Oil appears to have little surplus
space and some arrangement would Ks>\/e tg hp made with them
because our rtqht-of-wav extends only part way across their
property,.    The construction of trackage beyond Imperial Oil
would involve considerable rock excavation and some filling
of Burrard Inlet and although costly, should not present any
great technical problems.    The rail spur from our mainline
to loco would have to be upgraded using heavier rail,  crushed
rock ballast,  shoulders widened, ditching,  ties upgraded and
possibly reducing a dip near the east end.    The foregoing is
based on a brief field examination and before any commitment
can be made,  an up-to-date mapping and consultation with.
Imperial Oil would be required.
^^^mt^___mmamm^mami^m^m^'t^i^*immmmmtmm*^^'t^mi^^^*^*mJmawi'^^^mmm_m. 14
TIME TABLE No. 93, OCTOBER 29, 1978
•
CASCADE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES—Continued
Drawbridge—Mileage 109.7—Interlocking—When governing
signal is at stop indication and no indication of bridge being opened, engineman will sound whistle signal 14(j) to call bridge tender,
and be governed by his instructions. If bridge tender fails to appear trainman will check to see that no person is in bridge tower,
that swing span is closed and rail wedges in place, check for
broken rail or obstruction and if all clear, train may proceed at
RESTRICTED SPEED on hand signal from trainman.
Spring switch—East End "A" yard Coquitlam, Mileage 110.2,
and at Mileage 126.9. Provided the signal indication authorized,
trailing movements through this switch must not exceed 20
M.P.H. until the leading wheels have passed through the switch,
after which speed is to be in accordance with that authorized by
the signal indication.
Rules 264 and 265 apply at Eastward Signal 1102 on main
track and/or from "A" yard. Authority must be obtained from CTC
Operator to pass stop signal at this location.
At Coquitlam, "YD" Train Order Office is located in yard office building. Train Register, Standard Clock and Bulletin Book
located in this office. Trains originating and terminating Coquitlam will register in this office.
Rules 263 to 273 apply between Westward Signals 1083 and
Dwarf Signal 1083 Pitt River and Eastward Signals 1284 and Dwarf
Signal 1284 at Vancouver. Exception to Rule 514 does not apply.
CTC is controlled by Operator at Coquitlam Yard. Two main tracks
between Mileage 117.6 and Mileage 124.1 and between Mileage
126.9 and Mileage 128.4 designated NORTH TRACK and SOUTH
TRACK.
The track North of main track between block end sign
Mileage 112.4 and block end sign Mileage 115.6 is a signalled yard
track. Rules 263 to 273 apply between Westward signal 1123 Coquitlam and Eastward signal 17R Mileage 115.6 Port Moody. Exception to Rule 514 does not apply. Maximum speed on this track
is same as shown for Main Track between these points when
authorized by signal indication. Following signals located to the
left of direction of movement:
Eastward signal 13R on yard lead Mileage 113.0.
Eastward signal 17R on yard lead Mileage 115.5.
Westward signal 19L Mileage 115.5.
Special Instruction "D" applies at the fqlfowing switches:
Mileage 113.0 Deeks McBride Spur.
Mileage 115.3 Chisholm Spur.
At Spring switch Mileage 126.9 when train or engine passes
signal indicating STOP, Victoria Drjve crossing must be manually
protected until crossing is fully occupied.
Railway Crossing at G'rade—Burlington Northern Rly.
Mileage 127.7 Interlocking-Semi-Automatic. When governing
signal is at stop and no conflicting movement is evident, after a
member of the crew has assured himself that gate on B.N. Rly. is
set against movements on that track, movement may proceed at
RESTRICTED SPEED through the Interlocking, except that CTC
Operator must be contacted for authority to pass signals on main
tracks.
Movements on B.N. Rly. track over crossing at grade Mileage
127.7 Cascade Sub., will call the CTC Operator for permission to
cross CP Rail tracks. The Operator will release electric lock on the
gates for such movements.
Transfers and Switchers operating in CTC between
Vancouver-Coquitlam-Fraser Mills will be designated in train
orders and clearances by transfer number. Except when otherwise
directed by the Train Dispatcher only one clearance is required for
each tour of duty.
Vancouver Yard—Tri-level flats, 343 series chip gondolas and
high loads must not be handled on station tracks Nos. 02 and 03.
Wide loads must not be handled on station tracks Nos. 01 to 03.
.'.Main tracks ends and commences at end of CTC Mileage
128.4.
Following signals located to the left of direction of movement:
Westward on South track Signals 1205S, 1223S and 1241S.
Eastward on North track Signals 1242N, 1224N and 1206N.
Westward signals 1123, 1139, 1155, 1255, 1269 and 1275.
Special Instruction "D" applies at the following switches:
Mileage 111.2      Kenmetals.
Mileage 111.26    Sanford Engineering.
Mileage 111.39    Esco. Co.
Mileage 115.03   Western Corrosion Engineering Ltd.
Mileage 115.1       Gulf Oil
Mileage 115.25    Port Moody Associates.
Reichold Chemicals.
Gypsum Spur.
Mileage 116.2
Mileage 125.3
North Track-
Mileage 118.36
Mileage 118.5
Mileage 119.1
Mileage 119.3
Mileage 120.0
Mileage 121.0
South Track-
Mileage 121.4
Mileage 122.4
Mileage 123.6
Mileage 127.0
Gulf Oil
Gulf Oil
Bestwood Industries.
Nichols Chemical Co.
McColl Frontenac Oil Co.
Trans Mountain Oil Pipeline Co.
Shell Oil Co.
Standard Oil Co.
Standard Oil Co.
to Mileage 128.4. At all switches.
RESTRICTIONS
At Vancouver, Piers A1 and A3 ferry apron and approach,
movements must not exceed 4 M.P.H. Care must be taken to avoid
shock on aprons. Sufficient number of cars 52,000 pounds gross
weight or less must be used as reachers to avoid having switching
unit on apron.
Diesel units, cranes and auxiliaries up to 250 ton capacity,
combination crane and pile drivers up to 40 ton capacity must be
loaded or unloaded singly on centre apron track with adjacent
tracks clear. Pier A3 apron at barge end must not be more than
2'6" above or below horizontal and both aprons must be of
uniform slope. Pier A1 apron at barge end must not be more tha
1'6" above or below horizontal.
Cranes and auxiliaries 200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited on
Princess of Vancouver.
Cars in excess of 220,000 pounds must be separated by one
car 142,000 pounds gross weight or less when using outside
tracks, Pier A1. -
Cars in excess of 263,000 pounds gross weight may be handled subject to approval of Superintendent of Transportation.
Transport by ferry dependent on barge or boat capacity.
IOCO SPUR
Northward—Mileage 115.0 Cascade Subdivision to end of
track 3.2 miles
MAXIMUM SPEED 20 M.P.H.
Rules 105 applies.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
RESTRICTIONS
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited except 414479, 480, 503, and 650.
DIESEL UNITS—DRS—DRF-24 AND DRF-30, 36 Prohibited.
Do not exceed 10 M.P.H. over public crossing at grade
Mileage 2.78. Switching movements to spur over public
crossing must be protected by a member of the crew.
Movements through tunnel between "N" yard and centre yard
Vancouver must not exceed 10 M.P.H.
7- 1116
THE OFFICIAL RAILWAY EQUIPMENT REGISTER
CODE OF CAR SERVICE RULES AND INTERPRETATIONS-FREIGHT—CONTINUED.
Jo
RULE 14—Continued.
8. Greasy or oily products in bulk or in containers which
would result in contamination, such as:
(a) Metal borings and turnings
(b) Bearings
(c) Chains
(d) Electrical apparatus
(e) Iron or steel bars, plates or shapes
(f) Machine parts
(g) Machinery
(h) Pipe and pipe fittings
(i)   Scrap
(j)  Tin plate (oiled)
(k) Vehicle parts, including farm implements and
tractors
j"      9, Insecticides, fungicides,  insect repellents, vermin
exterminators, poisonous, in containers or bulk
.       to. Peat, or peat moss in bulk
ii . Tar and tar products in barrels, and tar refuse
n. Acids
13. Grease
•      14. Molasses
>- • 15. Oils
16. Petroleum or petroleum products, including compounded oils or greases having a petroleum base
♦RULE 15
(1) Carriers shall record all requests for cars for loading,
which shall include the following information if available:
, 1,      (a) Date and time
(b) Name of party
i 1'.,     (c) Name of person receiving request
.   (d) Kind and size of cars wanted
(e) Number of cars wanted
jf) Date wanted (See Note 1 below)
(g) Commodity to be loaded
(h) Destination and route
Note 1:—If order covers more than one date. It muat state number of cars
wanted separately for each day.
(2) Request for cars shall be accepted only by the road on
which the car is to be loaded.
(3) On cars originating in switching service, the road performing the switching service shall, if cars of suitable
lOwnership under these rules are immediately available,
furnish cars for loading for road haul via another carrier,
ra 11 If such cars are not immediately available, the switching carrier shall immediately order suitable cars from
the designated road haul carrier in the manner required
by paragraph (1). Cars ordered by switching carriers from
road haul carriers for return loading in road haul service
will be furnished by road haul carriers in the same manner and to the same extent as cars.ordered by industries
directly served by it.
(4) Switching carriers are obligated to furnish or arrange
for cars required for loading to destinations within the
same switching limits.    /
♦RULE 16   (Change effective January 31,1977
shown by symbol •.)
(A) When, after the effective date of these rules, specific cars
covered by CSD 145 and 435 series are assigned to a shipper for his exclusive use, such assignment shall be made
subject to the following conditions:
1. Shipper must request in writing of originating
road haul carrier(s) assignment at least ten (10)
days before their intended use of a specific number of cars. If originatingcarrier(s) agrees to such
assignment but desires other road haul carriers to
participate in assignment, it will advise shipper
accordingly and will make request on such other
carriers. A road haul carrier may assign cars but
must have the concurrence of the originating carrier which may or may not be a switching carrier.
a. Pools of assigned cars including cars of ownership
other than the originating road haul carriers may
be expanded only upon the acceptance by the
originating road haul carriers.
• 3. When cars are assigned in accordance with
« this Rule, they shall remain and be treated as
assigned cars until the shipper, originating
road haul carrier(s), pool operator or'bwning
railroad serves notice that such assignment is
modified or canceled. One day written notice is
sufficient. ^'
(B) Assigned cars shall not be held ejnpty enroute to loading
point, except,as follows:
(a) Upon, written instructions of assignee.
£5T
(b) When assignee cannot immediately accept on arri- 3
val at loading point and cars cannot reasonably be I
held on other tracks at loading points.
(c) For necessary repairs (not cleaning).
(C) The present and future assignment by acarrier of specific
cars for the exclusive use of a shipper at a particular poin
shall be reported by such carrier to the Operating-Trans
portation Division of the Association of American Rail- :
roads by car initial, number, car type code and specific
assignment. Each carrier assigning such cars shall advise
the Operating-Transporation Division of the Association
of American Railroads of any change in assignment not
later than the last working day of the month in which
change occurred. The Operating-Transporation Division
of the Association of American Railroads will maintain
a current record of cars assigned, and distribute such
information to car owners assigning cars  to a specific
shipper at each location, as well as to the roads originating traffic from such assignment, including originating
switching line serving the shipper involved.  The foregoing provisions of this paragraph shall not apply when,
all cars assigned to the exclusive use of a shipper at a
particular point are system cars of a single road haul
carrier serving the shipper at such point.
• (D)  Assigned cars are exempt from Car Service  Rules
1 and 2.
♦RULE 17
Loaded cars will not be held at any point between origin
and destination, with due regard for efficient railroad operating
practices, except as follows:
(a) To perform any service specifically authorized by applicable tariffs.
(b) To make necessary repairs to cars, including adjustment of lading.
(c) To obtain necessary authority for movement of car, or
to obtain authority for transfer or rearrangement of lading,
when loaded to dimensions or weights in excess of those published in Railway Line Clearances.
(d) When consignee is unable to accept immediately upon
arrival and car cannot reasonably be held at destination.
(e) Cars loaded in violation of an embargo.
(f) When normal route of movement is blocked because
accident, high water, damage to track or other disability 6.
this railroad.
*RULE  18
1. Each railroad will undertake to:
(A) Placing of Cars:
(1) Use reasonable diligence to place loaded cars promptly
following arrival at destination.
(B) Removal of Cars:
(1) Carriers shall use reasonable diligence to promptly remove empty cars from point of unloading or interchange
tracks of industrial plants following unloading or release
by consignee or shipper, unless such empty cars are
ordered or appropriated by the shipper with approval of
carrier for reloading.
(2) Carriers shall use reasonable diligence to:
(a) Promptly remove outbound loaded freight cars
from point of loading or interchange tracks of industrial plants following acceptance by carrier of
shipping instructions; and
(b) Thereafter promptly forward such cars in line-
haul service.
(3) Cars subject to Paragraphs (B) (1) and (B) (2) which
are not in fact made accessible to the carrier because of
the actions of the consignee or consignor, shall be deemed
not to have been released until such cars are in fact
made accessible to the carrier.
2. Each railroad will, with due regard for efficient railroad
operating practices, hold no more cars for prospective loading at any time for any industry which it serves, than those
needed to protect current requirements.
*RULE 19
Exceptions to the rules (prescribed by the Interstate Commerce Commission for mandatory observance) for the purpc
of further improving car supply and utilization, increasingava.
ability of cars to their owners, improving the efficiency of railroad operations, or alleviating inequities or hardships, may be
authorized by the Director orAssistant Director of the Bureau
of Operations, Interstate Commerce Commission, Washington,
D. C.
-4 1168
THE OFFICIAL RAILWAY EQUIPMENT REGISTER
• •GT"—Open top car, having high fixed sides and fixed or
hinged ends and solid bottom, suitable for unloading
on dumping machines only.
Otbm*To»»
<^_______
MmtL
*fixc>
SIDES
(0 SQ.,DL^^^ti^lTF
"GW"—Open-top well-hole car for transportation of special
{.>;•   commodities.    A solid bottom car with fixed sides and
ends, having one or more openings or depressions provided
in floor, permitting the lading to be lowered in order to
obtain overhead clearance.
,''■■''        u '■ SetrrieW
QPCAlTol* £L   |CS.NTy;g
•fixsr? ErfB3
-j"t ___- >*>■
_H        "IE~ ~       l"i
^^m^y
^fFr°
.1
.»■
WELL. HOIS
When gondola cars equipped with any or all of the modifications as provided for la the following Notes 1, 2, and 8, the suffixes as provided for shall
be added to the primary classification In the order of the notes as listed.
Note 1—Where carB are equipped with permanent racks for stowing parts
„niror are specially modified or equipped to provide for loading of a particular commodity, the letter "8" should be affixed to the applicable
it  , designating letters.   A note should be included in The Official Hailway
Equipment Register to show the particular special equipment proposed
for the car.
Note 2—If any of thesegondola cars are equipped with coke racks, the letter
,---"C" should be affixed to the regular symbol to designate its special
class of service
Note 3—If any of these gondola cars are equipped with a roof or are covered
for protection of contents the letter "R" shou Id be affixed to the regular
<J" symbol to designate its special class of service.
 i i	
Class "H"—Hopper Car Type
"HFA"—Open top self-clearing car, having fixed sides and
ends and bottom consisting of divided hoppers at center
h D with doors hinged lengthwise, dumping outsideand/orinside
Oof rail; also one divided hopper, each end, extending from
end of car to bolster with doors hinged lengthwise of car and
_ dumping outside of rails.
CiT.MT'oP
SfcTierfSiicnw*.
At cm»] center
Mom»ft I He __*__m
Poot^s.i^i^^co t,tnori»wHii;5^wp Fitkjz Outv.de on
ihsidu _____-________o___________________ um-r .
rfJO-r
"HK"—Open top self-clearing car, having fixed sides and ends
and bottom consisting of two or  more divided  hoppers
, dumping outside and/or inside of rails. (Includes former
F! '«'HD"1
'''HD")
CrXH'
££
Section
■ :>..■■
j__W
SaF-CLCAgilJ4t
/    I!|    \ \f^=^
_____
7&l\
•V
'HM"—Open top self-clearing car, having fixed sides and ends
and bottom consisting of two divided hoppers with doors
hinged crosswise of car and dumping between rails.
OfemTbp
I. i f      t
Dt
Fixed E"mps
Divided    i   Ho?!»m       , fj
'■____ ____
vrr^r
TIE
dw
•HMA"—Open top self-clearing car, having fixed sldu
ends and bottom consisting of two divided hoppers
doors hinged lengthwise of car and dumping between
0*c»<To<» ^^^
"HT"—Open  top  self-clearing car,   having  fixed  sides
ends and bottom consisting of three or more divided b
pers with   doors   hinged  crosswise of car  and
between rails.
______
I
.A
_. Zz7^^aS___r-^£'^-_______■' *2—    I1 '    -
"HTA"—Open top self-clearing car, having fixed sides and
ends and bottom consisting of three or more divided hoppers
with doors hinged lengthwise of car and dumping between
rails.
CrrwTof
«-F|)(Ep Embs.
SKlT- Clcahimq
^_____J I ^____^_.'\--^
m
wrw
Fung Si ws.
fr^fffy
Note
N d
1—If any of these hopper cars are equipped with coke racks, the letter
"C" should be affixed to the regular symbol to designate its special
class of service.
Note 2—If any of these hopper cars are equipped with a roof or are covered
for protection of contents the letter "R" should be affixed to the regular
symbol to designate its special class of service.
Note 3 -Where cars are equipped ■with permanent racks for stowing parts,
or are specially modified or equipped to provide for loading of a particular commodity, the letter "S" should be affixed to the applicable
designating letters. A note Bhould be Included In The Official Hallway
Equipment Register to show the particular special equipment proposed
for the car.
Class "F"—Flat Car Typk
"FA"—Flat car specifically equipped with superstructure or
containers for transporting set-up vehicles, not suitable for-
miscellaneous commodities.
"FB"—Bulkhead flat car. Equipped with fixed or permanently
attached movable bulkheads or ends and flat floor for general commodity loading.
• <FC"—Flat cars, specifically equipped to carry trucks, trailers,
containers, or removable trailer bodies for the transportation of freight in TOFC/COFC service.
"FD"—Depressed ^center flat car of special construction having the portion of floor extending between trucks depressed
to provide necessary overhead clearance for lading.
'FL"—Flat logging car or logging truck. This is either an
ordinary flat car, or car consisting of two trucks fitted with
cross supports over truck bolsters; the trucks connected by
a skeleton or flexible frame and logs loaded lengthwise on
cross supports.
'FM"—Ordinary flat car for general service. This car has
flooring laid over sills and without sides or ends.
•FW"—Flat car with hole to enable lading to be lowered due
to clearance limits.
Note—Where cars are equipped with permanent racks for slowing parte,
or are specially modified or equipped to provide for loading of a particular commodity, the letter "S" should be affixed to the applicable
designating letters. A note should be included In The Official Railway
Equipment Register to show the particular special equipment proposed
for the car. (This does not apply to "FA" or "FC" designations.)  RAILWAY   LINE   CLEARANCES.
63
CLEARANCE     AND     WEIGHT     LIMITS.
CPRail
288,000
268,000
268,000
263,000
263,000
220,000
220,000
220,000
263,000
263,000
263,000
268,000
263,000
List of Itotrr«s—Continued.
TJse figures shown In column indicated by numbers at the
right for Points Between.
LOCAL—Continued.
Chalk River, Ont  and
North Bay, Ont  "
MacTter, Ont  *
Sudbury, Ont  "
Mattawa, Ont  '*
Oendrean, Que  "
Qaboury, Que  *
Sudbury, Ont.  *
MoKerrow, Ont  "
Cartler, Ont  *
White River, Ont  ■
North Bay, Ont.
Sudbury, Ont....
Sault Ste. Marie, Ont..
Cartter, Ont	
Klpawa, Que	
Angllers, Que	
Vllle Marie, Que	
Crelghton, Ont	
Little Current, Ont....
White River, Ont	
Thunder Bay, Ont	
Qeco, Ont	
PRAIRIE REGION.
Winnipeg, Man..
263,000 Thunder Bay. Ont and
263,000
263,000 Molson, Man.
263,000
98,000
230,000
220,000
263,000
963.000
263,000
263,000
263,000
iao.ooo
220.000
230,000
283,000
220,000
263,000
220.000
220,000
220,000
220.000
220,000
220,000
220,000
177,000
220.000
263,000
203.000
230,000
263,000
220,000
230.000
220,000
220,000
220,000
920,000
263.000
203.000
220,000
220,000
220.000
220.000
263,000
220,000
230.000
220,000
220,000
220,000
220,000
220,000
220,000
263.000
810,000
230.000
220,000
177,000
220,000
177.000
220,000
220,000
220.000
220,000
220.000
177,000
220,000
177,000
220.IXX)
Brandon. Man  "
Portage la Prairie, Man... "
Mlnnedosa. Man  "
Kemnay. Man  "
Blnscarth, Man  "
Brandon. Man  "
Forrest, Man  "
Virden. Man   "
Rocanville, Sask....  "
Winnipeg, Man  "
La Riviere, Man.'.'...!!!!.. •*
Boissevain, Man  "
Deloralne, Man  "
Rosenfeld, Man.  "
Wood Bay, Man  "
Kim Creek. Man  "
MacOregor, Man  "
Edrans. Man  "
Broadview, Sask  "
Pasqua, Sask  "
Regina, Sask  "
Neudorf, Sask'....  "
Areola, Sask  "
Stoughton, Sask  "
Wallace,Sank  "
Katevan, Sask  "
Soathall. Sask  "
Souris, Man  "
Moose Jaw, Sask  "
Mtlden. Sask....!'.!!!!!!!! "
Maokmat, Sask  "
Baird,Sask  "
Moose Jaw, Sask  **
Archlve.Saik  "
Swift Current, Sask  "
Player.Sask  "
Asslniboia, Sask  "
Rockglen, Sask. ...
Ogle,Sask	
Notukeu, Sask	
Bredenbury, Sask..
Goudle, Sask	
Lanlgan.Saak	
Prince Albert, Sask.	
Tobey, Sask	
North Battleford, Sask...
Healy, Sask	
Wllkie, Sask	
Lloydminster, Sask	
Kpping, Sask	
Cutoff, Sask	
Rosemound, Sask	
Plerard, Sask	
Sharpe, Sask.	
Asqulth, Sask	
Winnipeg, Man. (Eastward)....
(via Tracks 7 and S).
" Man. tWestward* ..
(via Tracks 7 and 8).
" Man.(via E. Selkirk),
(via Tracks 7 and 8)
Lac du Bonnet, Man  No.
Emersion. Man No.
Rlverton, Man No.
Arborg, Man No.
Brandon, Man  No.
Broadview, sask No.
Mlnnedosa. Man No,
Bredenbury, Sask No.
Estevan, Sask No.
lnglis. Man.... No.
Mlnlota. Man No.
Lenore, Man  No,
Rocanville, Sask No.
Neudorf, Sask No.
Stmris, Mull, (via Ulenboro).... No.
La Riviere, Man No.
Naplnka, Man  No.
Alicia, sask   No.
Lyleton, Man No.
Gretna, Man No.
Snowflake, Man  No.
Plum Coulee, Man  No.
Edrans, M an ; No.
Varcoe. Man No.
Moose Jaw, Sask  No.
North Portal, Sask No,
Colonsay, Sask  No.
Lanigan, Sask  No.
Bulyea, Sask  No.
Regina, Sask  No.
Asslniboia. Sask No.
Cardross, Sask  No.
Mlnton, Sask  No.
Tribune, sask  No.
Areola, Sask No.
Swift Current, Sask  No.
Kerrobert, Sask No.
McMorran. Saak  No.
Matador, Sask  No,
Stewart Valley, Bask  No.
Assintboia, Sask No.
Hak.sa«k  No.
Meyronne, Sask No.
Simmle, Sask No.
Manyberrles, Alta No.
Big Heaver. Sask No.
Killdcer, Sask No.
M ankota, Sask  No.
Val Marie, Sask No.
Hardisty, Alta No,
Sharpe, Saak No.
Gronltd. Sask No,
Prince Albert, Sask No,
Tobey, Sask  No,
Meadow Lake. Sask  No,
Healy. Sask No.
Panton, Sask No.
Lloydminster, Sask No,
Htllmnnd, Saak No.
Paradise Valley, Alta No.
Rosemound, Sask No.
North Battleford, Sask No.
Redfield, Sask No.
Prince Albert, Sask No.
Struan, Sask. No.
Refer
U
Gelami
Burn-
So.
So.
So.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
So.
No.
No. 101
No. .66
No. .18
177.000
220.000
263,000
220,000
220,000
220.000
220,000
263,000
263,000
263,000
263,000
220,000
220,000
220,000
263,000
220,000
263,000
263,000
220,000
220,000
220,000
177,000
177,000
220,000
220,000
268,000
263,000
251,000
220.000
220,000
263.000
220,000
H20.000
ao,ouo
220.000
263.000
2(13,000
203.000
203,000
177,000
177,000
263.000
263.1100
263,000
MflH.OlX)
263,(100
263,000
177.000
263,000
203,1)00
177.000i
2H3.0I K)
203,000
263,000
263.000
220,000
u 2tj3,cKX)
263.000
263,000
2(13,000
263.000
220.000
220.000
263,000
263,000
2(13.(ll»)
263,000
263,000
263.00O
263,000
26S.IKNI
20,000
263 000
220.000
20.000
List or Routbs—Continued.
Jse figures shown In column Indicated by number* at the
right for Points Between.
Struan. Sask and Baljennte, Sask.
Foam Lake, Sask ,
Cheviot. Sask	
Perdue, Sask	
Kerrobert, Sask	
Brass, Sask	
Wishart, Sask ,
Potash, Sask	
North Rosetown, Saak.
Macklin, Sask	
Wilkie, Sask	
Kelfleld, Sask .,
PACIFIC REGION.
Swift Current, Sask and
Dunmore, Atla  "
Glelohen, Alta  «
Swift Current, Sask  "
Wiekett,Sask  "
Leader, Sask  "
Pivot, Alta  "
Bassano, Alta  "
Standard, Alta  "
Langdon, Alta  "
Acme, Alta  "
Acmo.Alta  "
Kneehlll, Alta  "
Uosedale, Alta.  "
Matihlwln, Alta  **
Casslls.Alta  "
Hatton, Sask  "
Suffield.Alta  -
Dunmore, Alta  "
Calgary, Alta  "
Aldersyde, Alta  **
Lethbridge, Alta  "
Lomond, Alia  "
Coalhnrst, Alt*.  "
Manyberrles, Alta..
Stirling, Alt*. 	
Haley, Alta	
Brocket, Alta	
Calgary, Alta.	
Red r>eer,Alta	
Crossfleld, Alta	
Mitford.Alta	
Red Deer, Alta	
South Edmonton, Alta..
Hardisty, Alta	
Kerrobert. sask	
Jackson, Alta	
Truman, Alta.	
Breton, Alta	
Lloydminster, Saak	
Willlnedon, Alta	
Halkirk. Alta	
Field, B.U	
Fort Steele, B. C	
Sicamous, B. C	
Penttcton.B. C	
Coquitlam, B. C ~-
Port Moody, B. C	
Vancouver, B.C	
Coquitlam, B. C....'...'..
Victoria. B.C	
Parksville, B. C	
Ilayward, B.C	
Crowsnest, B.C	
Nelson, B. C	
Castlegar.B. C	
Cranbrook. B. C	
Yahk, B.C	
South Slooan, B. C...
Tadanac, B. C	
Nakusp, B. C	
Midway. B.C	
177,000 Kootenay, B. C	
263,0110 Kamloops. B. C	
263,000 Spences Bridge. B. C.
3fM,Ofl0| Mission City, B.C....
220.000 Pcntlcton, B. 0	
KO.OOONicola, 13. C	
2(13,000 Mission City, B C	
263,000'Sparwood, B   C	
Dunmore, Alta	
Calgary, Alt*	
Shepard, Alta. (via Langdon)...
Bassano, Alt*, (via Empress)...
Verio, Sask	
Schnler. Alta	
Fox Valley, Sask......	
Standard, Alta.	
Irrloana. Alta	
Acme, Alta.	
Wimborne, Alta	
Kneehlll, Alta	
Rosedale, Alta	
Rosemary, Alta.	
Gem, Alt*	
Scandla, Alt*.	
Golden Prairie, Sask	
Lomond, Alta	
Crowsnest, B. C	
Aldersyde, Alta.	
Port Maoleod, Alta	
Coutts, Alta	
Eltbam, Alta	
Aldersyde, Alta	
Turin, Alt*	
Stirling, Alta	
Glenwood, Alta	
Whiskey Gap, Alta	
Drywood, Alta.	
Pecten; Alta	
Field, B.C	
Red Deer, Alta.	
TJIIIn, Atla	
Cremona, Alta	
Jumping Pound, Alta.	
South Edmonton, Alia	
Edmonton, Alta	
Wetaskiwin. Alta	
Laoombe. Alta	
Truman, Alta.	
Breton, Alta	
Leduc, Alta	
South Edmonton, Alta	
Vegrevllle, Alta.	
Cordel, Alta	
Kamloops, B. C	
Golden, B.C	
Vernon, B.C	
Osoyoos, B. C	
New WeatmiUBter, B. C........
loco, B.C	
Wellcox, B .C. (via Bargei	
" (Yl»PriDMi»of7inajnT«r)
Vancouver, B.C	
Parksville, B.C	
Courti nay, B. C	
Port Albernl, B. C	
Lake Cowlchan, B. C. ■..
Nelson, B. C	
Castlegar. B. C..,.......
Midway.B.C	
Tadanac, B.C	
Klmberley, B.C	
Klngsgate. B. 0	
Slocan City, B. C	
Warfleld, B.C	
Denver Canyon, B. C...
Beaverdell, B. C	
Slocan B.C., Ferries....
Spences Bridge, B. C...
Vancouver, B. C	
** ».
Spenoes Bridge, B. C...
Merrltt.B. C	
Huntingdon. B. C.	
Fording, B. C	
&»f«r
to
Colaxs
Hunkered.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
So.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
Hoc
-No.
.No.
No.
So.
Roc
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
So.
So.
No.
No.
So.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
So.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No
No.
No.
Ho,
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
=J •3-4         RAILWAY   LINE
CLEARANCES
CPRail W2
:arance and weight l
CLE
IMITS.
CLEARANCES—Continued.
Heights
elcre Top
of Boil.
Eeisjku
eboTa Top
of Hail.
ft   in.
31    0
o
Ho.l
Width
Ho. 2
Width
lie. J
Width
Ho. 4
Width
1*5
Vtttk
Ho. 3
Width
to. 7
Vidth
It. 8
Width
Io. 9
Width
lo.W
Width
loll
Width
Ho. 12
Width
ft in.
Io. 13
Width
kll
Width
So. 15
Vidtk
ft In.
Ho. 15
Width
Ho. 17
Width
h.11
Vidth
ftln.
Ho M
Width
ftln.
Ho. 20
Width
Ho. 21
Width
ftln.
Ho. 22
Width
ft In.
ft In.
ft in.
ft In.
ft to.
ft in.
ft to.
ft. in.
ft In.
ft In.
rtln.
ft to.
ft In.
ftln.
ft
tn.
ftln.
ftln.
n""e
ft   In.
31    0
12    0
13    0
12    0
13    0
12    0
12    0
12     0
12    0
12     0
12    0
12    0
13    0
11    8
12
0
13    0
12    0
12    0
20    9
20    6
30     8
30    0
■1         44
41         I*
44         It
M         It
in
44         4*
14        44
!3"™o
41          44
tt       M
41       44
tt         44
U          14
M         tt
U        M
U         44
44         U
tt         41
11         11
44         44
11         11
14         11
14       M
11         41
14         11
14         II
44          44
44         41
14         11
11          to
II          11
44         44
44         44
41        44
tt         44
44         44
44         44
14        44
U        M
li
14
U        k*
14         Io
44         44
44         44
44          44
M         14
44          4*
14          14
44         11
44         41
W         11
tt         It
20    9
20    6
20     3
20    0
19    9
19    6
19    8
19    O
"          44
41          It
1*        tt
14         14
41         14
44        11
41         44
44         14
44         14
M       U
•1         41
44         44
tt         W
• l        li
14          14
U         41
11         tt
11         44
44        44
U        44
M       tt
41         44
41         11
44           44
ii       u
44         44
44
M
44
tt
11         It
14         11
M         11
14         II
II         11
M         44
14          ll
11          11
44       M
44         II
44       41
19     9
19     6
19     8
19     0
18    a
IS    0
41         4.
14         t*
44         14
44         44
tl        ll
II         U
M         44
41         11
II         11
14       to
18    8
18     0
17    6
17    0
M       W
14         1.
M         44
tt       l*
•1        to
M         4*
tt        tt
11         11
M       U
44         44
44         44
44         U
tt
44
44        44
44         44
H       44
41         to
17    8
41         11
M         14
44         14
- -
44         14
tt        tt
11         II
14          41
44          to
W         41
M         44
44         II
tt       II
tt         44
44        44
44         41
44
•*
14         >l
U       41
II        11
II         41
17     0
16    8
4.         4.
44          I.
tt       44
tt         14
M        H
44         11
44         44
tt         II
41         44
M         tt
tt
M
14       4.
16     6
18     0
44        ti
44         It
tt          14
U        tt
M       M
41         44
M         14
tt        41
14         II
tt        44
44         41
41         II
11         11
M        tt
II        14
14
ti
II         11
11          14
44       44
tt     II
16     0
16     6
15     0
44         11
44        44
44       H
12     0
14          11
**       *
M         U
M         M
ll        11
tt         44
tt        44
44         44
tt        M
44       U
U
44
41
II         11
44        44
tt          tt
44         44
44         II
44         11
IS     6
15     0
14     8
44       11
14     9
13     9
*•          44
44         44
44         44
11       4*
14          1.
44        W
U        M
M           4t
44        44
n     w
44         44
44         44
44          41
44         M
tt       to
ll        li
44
41
41          14
14         44
44          41
M       11
13     9
13     6
44         1.
tt       11
13     6
12     8
12     0
44         44
•4         44
44         44
• i        M
4*         44
44          44
44         M
tt       M
II         al
11         14
H         U
41         14
M         44
44        44
44         1*
44       41
41
M
44
44
44        41
U         11
U        tt
4           41
44        44
tt        41
44        41
12     8
12     0
5   e
5     0
41       M
tt        41
44         U
H       W
"
It
44        M
tt         M
IS    0
44         41
IS    0
44         to
II         to
6     6
6     0
4     6
4    0
**         44
44        14
4*        41
44         14
**        M
44          M
11          14
44        44
tt        M
tt        44
41         44
U       H
11         1*
41          41
14        to
44         44
11         ll
M         II
II         tl
44         14
M       tt
44          14
44    • 4*
»4          14
II     11
44         44
11         11
tt        14
tt       44
12
n
0
0
12    0
io   a
ii   e
44          11
11     0
II             to
II         11
44        44
4     8
4    0
8     9
8     6
8    3
3     0
4*        It
41         41
44         14
44         M
44         44
44         44
41         44
44       14
tt        44
41         44
44        44
44         44
44         44
H        44
•4         II
tt         11
11         14
44         44
•1        ll
tt       U
44         11
M       u
12    0
11     0
12     0
11     0
44         44
12    0
10    8
tt         44
11         44
13     0
10    0
W       41
13    0
11     0
io   a
M         44
IS    0
io   a
10    0
12    0
ii   e
11     0
io   a
IS    0
11    0
10    8
12    0
10    0
•1         14
11     6
11    0
11     0
io   a
14
11
•1
II
,*         tl
*.       II
II      ll
44         44
44         II
11             14
11     11
41         II
44         44
U       to
3     9
8     6
3     8
8     0
3    9
3    8
2     3
41         It
44         11
tt        1*
14         44
M         »
14        44
44         11
44       44
44       II
U       U
44       44
14        1*
44         41
IS    0
13     0
10    S
10    r
41         44
44        44
It        It
ee     ,.
44        44
tt       M
M       44
M        M
M       H
tt          44
ll      ii
44         44
H        44
41         II
44         to
44         14
14
M
It
.!       H
tt        44
M         11
11     0
10    0
M        44
44         11
tt          le
2 9
3 6
2     3
a   o
A®
12    0
IS    0
IS    0
13        0
11     0
10    «
10    6
11     0
10    8
10    0
io   a
10    0
10    8
10    8
10    0
io   a
ll
0
io   a
li   e
10    0
11    r
2    0
r\
Heights
ebore Top
ofUiL
Height!
ebore Top
ofiUiL
Vs/
ubttAKANUHfl—(jonunuea.
Ho. 23
Width
Co 24
Width
Width
At 96 lit. 27
Vidti | Vidti
ft. to.,ft"In.
Be. 28
Width
ft in.
«o.a
Width
■eJO
Width
Io.lt
Width
ft In.
«o. 32
Width
ft In.
So. 33
Width
ft In.
Ho. 34
Width
So. 35
Width
ft In.
Bo. 36
Width
ft In.
Ha 17
Width
ft in.
Ho. 38
Width
ftln.
Ho. 39
Width
ftln.
So. <o
Width
ftln.
Ho. 41
Width
la 42
Width
ftln.
Ho. 43
Width
ftln.
10.44
Width
ft. In.
ft  In.
ft In.
ft In.
ft In.
ft In.
ft In.
ft In.
ftln.
ft.  in.
31    0
Tt
T~o
- _
ir"e
21    0
30    9
20    6
30    8
80    0
19    9
19     6
19     8
19     0
..   ..
12    0
is""?
11         U
w     u
11          41
17~o
Em
14          44
41         11
m
10 0
11 0
ii   a
u      it
M        II
14         II
14         44
T
8
10
13
14
0
0
0
0
4 0
5 0
8    8
8    0
ft    0
10    0
10 8
11 6
s   a
8    0
8   a
4     0
4 a
5 0
14            14
44       to
44         to
14         11
44        to
20     9
20     6
20     3
20    0
19     9
19     6
19     8
19     0
6 6
7 6
7    6
ft    0
cKf         41
.<        M
11          14
44        44
12     0
44         44
44          44
44         44
13     0
44          44
11      11
14          I*
8 6
9 6
10 0
io   a
11 0
ii   a
13    0
8    0
8    0
10    0
IS    0
14         11
M       4l
44        44
ii   a
•4        U
12     0
11         M
11     6
11     6
18    9
m    **
H         44
44        IS
44         11
14         1*
1*         14
14         11
tt         11
44         44
14             14
tt        to
11          11
44        to
11         II
14
CM
it      ii
11         14
„    „
s   a
11         14
18    9
18    e
18     3
18     0
9    0
11    0
•4         14
14         14
44         14
44         14
11         14
•4         11
44         11
14         44
II         II
44         U
44         II
44         11
U       M
M      M
44         tt
tt        W
14          II
44         14
tt          14
41          U
44       U
41         41
44        to
11         11
44         44
41
11
-
44        44
tt        44
M         44
11      8
18    0
u     u
a   o
a   a
1    0
41    '     11
18     6
18    8
18     0
17     9
17     6
17     3
11 0
12 0
«         44
44          44
..    ..
14         41
tt        M
11       41
tt        44
11         11
II         44
11          It
44         44
11        11
ll       ll
44         II
44        41
13     0
41         tt
11         li
41
41
M
II         11
44        tt
M        to
11          14
U        it
7 «
8 0
8   a
■1         41
17     9
17     6
17     3
U        11
17    0
"    "
44         14
•1          14
44         44
11         14
44        14
ll        l*
H         ••
*l         is
44          14
M         41
ll        li
9    0
U       ll
17     0
18     9
16     6
16     8
18    0
II         ».
It         **
M         ,,
44        44
44          44
44        I*
44         11
44         44
•I         41
•1         14
44         4*
tt        11
44         41
44          14
•4         II
44         44
W       11
U         41
44         44
tt         44
14        44
44         41
11         44
14         44
44         44
H       44
14       44
44
M        41
44         44
s   a
10 0
io   a
11 0
14          41
16     9
18     6
16     8
16    0
41          1*
44         41
16    9
16    8
13    3
44        14
44         44
44         44
44         1*
H       44
W         14
II         44
44         14
tt        44
to          14
tt         W
tt         U
44         M
4*         14
14         41
U         41
tt       tt
ll        to
«
li
It         44
14         11
44         44
tt         It
'l        U
n   a
IS    0
i.   h
tt         14
44         II
11     fl
15     8
15     6
13     3
13     0
it         1.
4*         44
ll         44
44       44
14         1*
M         44
14        44
11          14
14         41
II           It
tt        14
44        11
44         11
14         II
to          41
41
tt
U        II
tt       U
It       tl
tt   u
13    C
13    0
6    8
It        ••
41        44
44       11
44        II
1*        II
tt        44
14        II
tt        44
U         44
11          It
tt         41
11       11
44          14
12    0
44        44
M
It
ll       to
44       41
tt        ll
u   ii
H    ii
6    6
6    0
l.         II
4*          44
44         44
44         11
tt          14
44         M
11         44
41         44
11         44
M         tt
44         44
tt         4*
to         41
11    0
6     0
6     6
6    0
H        t.
44         14
44        44
14       tt
tt          tt
M         tt
44         41
11         11
41         41
11         11
14        H
44        It
44          44
44         44
44         <M
tf        «
44        44
11         41
U
41
tt
11         14
tt       M
M        II
H      M
ii    ii
6    6
6    0
4    A
II       1,
4t         44
44         14
11        II
II         44
'II         11
tl         44
41         11
41         II
M         II
11        «
11     6
M         44
tt       41
It       tt
It       tt
U         44
4    6
4    0
tt      H
II    tt
44        II
44        44
44        M
14        tt
U        tt
11     0
11     0
44        H
14        f<
U        44
it
41
11         44
41       II
M       tt
tt       1,
It         14
4    0
8    9
8   e
3    8
8    0
n        »,
IS    0
11    0
10    6
it      U
"        "
1*        44
12    0
10    4
14        44
H       tt
13    0
11    0
M         11
tt       U
II       ll
M       tt
tt       tt
U         41
U        M
M         II
11     8
11     0
io   a
M         W
14         II
•4        41
IS    0
IS    0
11     0
11    8
11     0
10    0
H          14
11     0
io   a
11     0
10    0
14         II
11         11
41         41
44         M
14         44
11    0
10    8
«•        M
41         41
ii   a
11     0
10    8
»
ll
14
14
14
14
44
W         44
41         44
44         41
44        44
II       11
14         4.
44         to
44        41
tt        tt
II        ll
M       tt
tt       tt
tl       tl
tt       tt
It       tt
tt      tt
tt       M
U       II
U       ll
U         tt
8    9
8    6
8    8
8    0
o
3    9
3    6
3    8
3    0
A®
■ «         4.       U          U
(I        4.  |  M         "
..     ,«   it     1.
12    0 10    6
*»     n
10    4
44         14
M         11
44        41
11     0
14       to
W        .<.
44         14
IS    0
11     6
io   a
44         14
10     A
10    0
■1          U
tt         M
10    0
io   a
U        44
10    8
io   a
10    a
10    0
H       M
14       M
10    0
M         11
10    8
M         4*
44         44
10    0
44         II
14         44
U       44
11          0
10    &
44        44
10    8
10    0
10    0
tt
12
44
41
0
44        44
IS    0
41       to
44         41
12    0
tt    et
tt     ti
tt     tt
IS    0
tt      tt
It       It
tt       ll
IS    0
14          14
U       to
14       It
IS    0
3    9
2    6
2     3
2     0
esj4fjb»
1
1
MotS f
\LV— M
azizDii
m gro
3* wai
rntof
car an
d ladL
ng will
be fc
una I
n tne
LUtO
ritont
aim t
rs.lt
MP
uroaa
srepr
esonta
uon. ,1'1U iNl Kb/iL   I'l/iu
l/ (TVw^C-^^/
■ft j
§HEPP/\ v;p
mRNURQC"
willisto-
GROSS  WEIGHT...449
20 1 Xy\f\m______ER  LOADED.
SOc<l£i01J5j^AN
GROSS  WEIGHT   220000
1L0ADED   WITHIN   CAR  LENGTH
'.PIONEER   WINNIPEG   MAN   DESTINED   BC   HYDRO
jPADDINGTON   CP  VIA   WHITTIER  BROADVIEW  MEDICINE  HAT
IHUi   CAR   LENGTH
30358?T>FRAME   ASSEMBLIES-
r»S-TROM   FEDERAL
CQQlUILAirBC. ROUTED   CN
FIELD   KAMLOOPS.
SHIPMENTS  MEASURE
■"• 'i
- ":■ Vi'' t.
■•\1
:BCH  201
2.
V
!3
!<1
1
1
1
1
FT 0
FT 1
FT   2
FT.
FT
FT
FT
FT
IMS TO 2 FT 1 INS AT R 9 FT 11
INS TO 3 FT 2 INS ATR 9 FT 1 1
INS  TO    10   FT    10   INS   ATR    10   FT
0 INS  TO   11   FT    1   INS   ATR   10   FT  9
INS  TO    ll   FT   6   INS   ATR   11   FT   i
IMS  TO    13   FT   4   INS   ATR   1 1   FT    1
INS  TO    IS   FT    11   INS   ATR   1 1   FT    1
1 INS  TO   13   FT   3   INS   ATR  9   FT   11
INS   WIDE
INS   INCR   10
9    INS  WIDE
INS   INCR
INS  DECR
INS  WIDE
INS  DECR
INS  DECR
FT 9 INS WIDE
11 FT b INS WTDE
11 FT 1 INS WIDE
9 FT 11 INS WIDE
1 FT 0 INS WIDE
W T-HIS SHIPMENT CLASSIFIED AS A W2 LOAD.
.NO GENERAL RESTRICTIONS.
•
;SPECIAL   HANDLING   REQUIRED   AT:
JBRIDGES   MILES   15.2  26.43   INDIAN  HEAD   SD   AND  BRIDGES  5.5   6.3
SI 7.0   SWIFT   CURRENT   SD  30   MPH. .   . . ._.	
'BRIDGES  MILES   112.S   117.9    120.S   MAPLE   CREEK  SD  20   MPH.
;OVER   ALL  BRIDGES   SHIPMENT   MUST   BE   PRECEEDED   AND   FOLLOWED  BY  TWO
1CARS   NOT   EXCEEDING.. A  GROSS   WEIGHT   OF   177000  LBS   AND   MUST   BE
{SEPARATED   FROM THE   HAULING   LOCOMOTIVE  BY   AT   LEAST   240   FT.
jTRUCKS  TO   BE   EQUALLY  LOADED.
(SPEED   OF  SHIPMENT   MUST   NOT   EXCEED  TIME TABLE OR   SLOW  ORDER.SPEED,
•CP 301 153   AND   CP  303589
J3   FT   7   INS TO   17   FT   3   INS   ATR   10   FT  5    INS   WIDE
t
•ITHttStSHIPMENTS CLASSIFIED   AS   &  Wl   LOADS
t
I
INO   GENERAL  RESTRICTIONS.
| *
^SPECIAL  HANDLING   REQUIRED   AT:
.TUNNEL   MILE  96.0  MOUNTAIN   SD    10  MPH.
'APPLY   FOLLOWING   6   CARDS.
'•6 0CH 201  DIMENSIONAL  W2   FILE  AY-75-345.
i6   NEXT  2lCARS  DIMENSIONAL   Wl   FILE   AY-75-345.
16   CP 301158  CP 3 035 89.
JPLEASE  PROTECT^ c—,
JAT-75%5 ^   &
J  H QEUDIS CP 309966 TRANSFORMER DESTINED
iV..41 REAL MAR 20/75
R..J  SHEPP     WPG __
h   I   V0RN3R0CK     CGY
JA   D   WATSON     VCR
FURTHER   MY   AY-75-345   DAT
COQUITLAM BC.
■ PLEASE   ADD  THE   FOLLOWING   UNDER   SPECIAL  HANDLING   REQUIRED:
S    OVER   ALL BRIDGES.   SHIPMENT   MUST   BE   PRECEEDED   AND   FOLLOWED  BY  TWO
CARS   MOT   EXCEEDING   A  GROSS  WEIGHT  OF   177000   LBS  EACH   AND   MUST   BE
t*    SEPARATED   FROM  THE   HAULING   LOCOMOTIVE  BY   AT   LEAST  240   FT.
BALANCE  OF   CLEARANCE   REMAINS   UNCHANGED,
AY-75-345
J H  GEDDIS
.'I
[MONTREAL  MAR 20/75
if A
\H  J|t SHERP \WPG
."■ f\VORflBROCK^ CGY
AUjWiSON     VCR
4—~
OON
CCVii^ftSAT l^^tT^Y H^ftTi^^ CP 3099bb
TRANSFORMER  LOADED   WITHIN   CAR  LENGTH  GROSS  WEIGHT   443000  LBS   FROM
.FEDERAL   PIONEER   WINNIPEG   MAN  PEST I NED.. B.C.. HYDRO. CO QUIILAM..BC   ROUTED
iCN   PADDINGTON   CP   VIA  WHITTIER  BROADVIEW   MEDICINE  HAT   FIELD   KAMLOOPS
.SHIPMENT   MEASURES 	
i
2   FT    1    INS  TO   2   FT.6   INS   ATR  9   FT 11 INS   INCR   10   FT   9    INS   WIDE
2   FT   6   IMS  TO   10   FT    11   INS   ATR   10 FT 9    INS   INCR    1 1   FT    1   INS   WIDE
i 10   FT    11    INS  TO    li-' FT   7   INS   ATR   1 1   FT    1   INS  DECR   10   FT   9   INS   WIDE
'11   FT   7   INS TO   13   FT   5    INS   ATR   10 FT 9    INS  WIDE
!l3   FT   5    INS  TO    17   FT   6   INS   ATR   10 FT 9    INS  DECR    10   FT    1   INS .WIDE..
117   FT   6   IMS  TO   }3   FT   9    INS   ATR    10 FT 1   INS  DECR   0   FT   8   INS   WIDE
■15   FT   9   INS  TO   \S   FT    11   INS   ATR   0 FT 3   INS  WIDE
THIS  SHIPMENT   CLASSIFIED   AS   A  W2   LOAD.
[NO   GENERAL  RESTRICTIONS..   	
.^AB^DMJTOP^EX^a^EE-sPJiO-O&ED
^BRIDGES  MILES 5.5   6.3   17.0   SWIFT   CURRENT   SD  30   MPH.
■BRIDGES   MILES   H2.8   117.9    120.8   MAPLE   CREEK   SD  20   MPH,
''BRIDGE   MILE  96.3   LAGGAN   SD   AND   TUNNELS   MILES  24.3  96.0   MOUNTAIN   SD
AMD  BRIDGES   MILES  28.55   SUUSWAP  SD   104.6  THOMPSON   SD   47.3   b8.8
',109.7  CASCADE   SD    10   MPH.
■APPLY   FOLLOWING   6   CARD.
;6   CP 3 099 66   DIMENSIONAL  W2   FILE   AY-75-345.
■ r. ii I,   5 ■ -' lAri ,\    <ij uTAl . <: ,\j
iPLEASE   PROTECT .■, 324
ji .."0 7 i   DN068
13 0b
|J  E   MCTAGGART
jj   MCDONALD
6L  LALI3ERTE    - ----- ~— 	
L  DELONG
JA   I   VORMBROCK
|A   D   WATSON
rANSFORMER   LOADED   WITHIN   CAR   LENGTH  GROSS   WEIGHT   443,000   LBS
PIONEER   WINNIPEG   MAN   DESTINED  BC   HYDRO   COQUITLAM. B.C   ROUTED
PADDINGTON   CP  VIA  WHITT IER  BROADVIEW   MEDICINE  HAT   FIELD   KAMLOOPS
CN
S
2
I2
M
i
i1
HIPMENT MEASURES
FT 1 INS TO 2 FT 6 INS ATR 9
FT 6 INS TO 10 FT 11 INS ATR
0 FT M INS TO 11 FT 7 INS ATR
FT
FT
FT
FT
7
5
6
9
INS
INS
INS
INS
TO
TO
TO
TO
13
17
13
18
FT
FT
FT
FT
5
6
9
1 1
INS ATR
INS ATR
INS ATR
INS ATR
FT 11 INS INCR 10 FT 9
10 FT 9 INS INCR 11 FT
11 FT 1 INS DECR 10 FT
10 FT 9 INS WIDE
10 FT 9 INS DECR 10 FT
10 FT 1 INS DECR 0 FT 8
0 FT   8   INS   WIDE
INS  WIDE
1    INS   WIDE
9    INS .WIDE
1   INS   WIDE
INS   WIDE
THIS   SHIPMENT   CLASSIFIED   AS   A   W  2   LOAD
NO   GENERAL  RESTRICTIONS
JSPECI
'.BRIDG
iBRIDG
IDG
OUN
j3 MPH
IBRIDG
'BR IDG
BR IDG
:AND B
1109.7
a
AL   HANDLING   REQUIRED   AT:
E   MILE   125.18   KEEWATIN   SD  20   MPH.
E   MILE   13 1.3   CARBERRY   SD    10  MPH.
ES   MILES   15.2 1   26.43   INDIAN   HEAD   SD  30
D   SWITCHSTAND   MILE  93.19    INDIAN   HEAD   SI
MPH.
STOP
EXAMINE   PROCEED
5.5
ES MILES
ES MILES
E MILE -9b.3 LAGGAN
RIDGES MILES 28.55
CASCADE   SD    lO   MPH
6.3   17.0   SWIFT   CURRENT   SD
.8   117.9-   120.8   MAPLE   CREEK
SD   AND   TUNNELS
SHUSWAP   SD    104,
3 0     MPH.
SD  2 0   MPH.
MILES  24.3  96.0   MOUNTAIN
6  THOMPSON   SD   47.8   68.8
SD
'OVER
iCARS
'•SEPAR
TRUCK
SPEED
ALL  BRIDGES   SHIPMENT   MUST   BE   PRECEEDED   AND   FOLLOWED  BY  TWO
NOT   EXCEEDING   A  GROSS   WEIGHT   OF   17 7,000   LBS   AND   MUST   BE
ATED   FROM'THE   HAULING   LOCOMOTIVE BY  AT   LEAST   240   FT. .
S   TO   BE   EQUALLY   LOADED.
OF  SHIPMENT   MUST   NOT   EXCEED   TIMETABLE   OR   SLOW  ORDER   SPEED.
APPLY   FOLLOWING   6   CARD.
6   CP  309966   DIMENSIONAL   W  2   FILE   AY   75   345
(PLEASE  PROTECT
!
!HW 522
o
.'E
R   J  SHEPP     EJEJ     MAR  20/75        1352 J5
503 6  DN05 6
|jjS£              ;
mi
E  MCTAGGART
W£y
ij
MCDONALD
!j
L  LALIBERTE
' (
11
L  BELONG
■1
!a
I "VORNBROCK
• "j           ■'*
iN
M  WILLISTON
UN   CAR  LENGTH  GROSS  WEIGHT   449,000
>89)FRAME   ASSEMBLIES
WEIGHT  220,000  LBS   AND   CP^3032 18
PIONEER   WINNIPEG   MAN  PEST I NED
■HYDRO   COQUITLAM BC   ROUTED   CN   PADDINGTON   CP   VIA  WHITTIER  BROADVIEW
EMED1CINE  HAT   FIELD   KAMLOOPS
20^-TRA*5TOtftt&R   LO A
.SO-/CP 30 1 15JJ/ AND
LOADED  wrmtW-tTAR  LENGT
■MON   DIMENSIONAL  EX  FEDERAL
'SHIPMENTS   MEASURE.
■\
,    BCH 20 1
2 FT 0
, 2 FT 1
-    3- FT   2
•10  FT
INS
IMS
TO
TO
TO
2 FT
3 FT  :
10  FT
1 1
:1  1
13
16
FT
FT
FT
FT
10 INS  TO
1   INS TO
6   IMS TO
4   INS TO
11 INS  TO
11   FT    1
1 I   FT   6
13   FT   4
16   FT    11
18   FT   3
INS   ATR   9
INS  ATR  9
10   INS  ATR
INS  ATR
IMS   AIR
INS  ATR
INS  ATR
INS   ATR
FT    11   INS  WIDE
FT    11   INS   INCR   10
10   FT  9 INS  WIDE
10 FT  9
11   FT   6
11   FT    1
11 FT   1
9   FT    11
INS   INCR
INS  DECR
INS  WIDE
INS  DECR
INS  PECR
FT  9   INS  WIDE
11   FT   6   INS  WIPE
11   FT    1    INS   WIDE
9   FT    11   INS  WIDE
1   FT   0   INS  WIDE
THIS  SHIPMENT   CLASSIFIED   AS   A  W 2  LOAD
'NO   GENERAL  RESTRICTIONS
SPECIAL   HANDLING   REQUIRED   AT:
BRIDGES  MILES   15.2  26.43   INDIAN  HEAD   SD   AND  BRIDGES  5.5
17.0   SWI^T   CURRENT   SD   30   MPH.
BRIDGES  MILES   112.8   117.9    120.8   MAPLE   CREEK  SD  20   MPH,
.OVER   ALL BRIOGES   SHIPMENT   MUST   BE   PRECEEDED   AND   FOLLOWED
6.3
CARS   MOT   EXCEEDING   A  GROSS  WEIGHT   OF
SEPARATED   FROM  THE   HAULING   LOCOMOTIVE
TRUCKS  TO  BE  EQUALLY   LOADED.
SPEED OF  SHIPMENT   MUST   NOT   EXCEED  TIME
BY  TWO
BE
17 7,000  LBS   AND  MUST
BY   AT   LEAST  240  FT.
TABLE OR   SLOW ORDER   SPEED
C? 301 15 8 AND
3 FT 7 INS TO
THIS  SHIPMENT
CP  5035 89
17   FT   3   INS   ATR
CLASSIFIED AS A
10   FT  5    INS
W   1   LOAD
WIDE
MO   GENERAL  RESTRICTIONS
Special handling required at
tunnel mile 9 6.0 mountain sd
10  MPH.
!APPLY   FOLLOWING   6   CARDS
6 BCH  20 1   DIMENSIONAL   W  2
;6   NEXT   2   CARS  DIMENSIONAL
.6   CP 301 158  CP 303589
FILE  AY   75   345
W   1   FILE   AY   75
345
PLEASE  PROTECT
JHW 4 33
R   J SHEPP     EJEJ     MAR   18/75        1610 ■'■':(
....' :,t
E   ' V
■E,W
{••'ll
■ ! >■:   .
.,; ■ r:i!
$8
:'. ■; s
«"
tvLrtLOvJi^wl  U'Uijiu
VANCOUVER   MARCH    18/75
CHIEF   DISP     VANCOUVER
GEN  YDMSTR     COQT
CAR   FOREMAN      COQT
CHIEF   DISP   REVELSTOKE
CSC   SUPER     REVELSTOKE
BCH  2kU^RANS£afrH£fKL0ADEU-^^ LENGTH  GROSS   WEIGHT   449000
raS^LSO-^P^301 15jM\ND"OP  30 3589^PRAME   ASSEMBLIES
LOADED  WlTTf^r-ITAH   LENGTJT^SWefsS^WEIGHT  220000   LBS   FROM   FEDERAL
pioneer winnipeg man destined b c hydr0-c0qi-13cl routed cn
paddington cp via whittier -broadview med hat field kamloops
Shipments measure "■"
BCH 20 1
2 FT0 INS TO 2 FT   1 INS ATR 9 FT 1 1 IMS WIDE
2 FT 1 INS TO 3 FT 2 INS ATR 9 FT 11 INS INCR 10.FT 9 INS WIDE
3 FT 2 INS TO 10 FT 10 INS ATR 10 FT 9 INS WIDE""   "
10 FT 10 INS TO 11 FT 1 INS ATR 10 FT 9 INS INCR II FT 6 INS WIDE
11 FT 1 INS TO 11 FT 6 INS ATR 11 FT 6 INS DECR 11 FT 1 INS WIDE
11 FT u INS TO 13 FT 4 INS ATR 11 FT 1 INS WIDE
13 FT 4 INS TO 15 FT 11 IMS ATR 11 FT 1 INS DECR 9 FT 11 INS WIDE
IS FT 11 INS TO 13 FT 3 IMS ATR 9 FT 11 INS DECR 1 FT 0 INS WIDE
THIS SHIPMENT CLASSIFIED AS A W2 LOAD
NO GENERAL RESTRICTIONS. 	
SPECIAL HANDLING REQUIRED AT:
BRIDGES MILES 15.2  26.43 INDIAN HEAD SD AND BRIDGES'5.5 -6.3	
17.fc)  SWIFT CURRENT SD 30  MPH
BRIDGES MILES 112.8  117.9  120.8  MAPLE CREEK SD 20 MPH
OVER ALL. BRIDGES-SHIPMENT MUST BE PRECEEDED AND FOLLOWED BY TWO
CARS NOT EXCEEDING A GROSS WEIGHT OF 177000 LBS AND MUST BE
SEPARATED FROM.THE HAULING LOCOMOTIVE BY AT LEAST 240 FT.
TRUCKS TO BE,EQUALLY LOADED. - -	
SPEED-OF SHIPMENT MUST NOT EXCEED TIME TABLE OR SLOW ORDER SPEED
CP 301123 AND' CP 303589
3 FT 7 INS TO 17 FT 3 INS ATR 10 FT 5 INS WIDE
THESE SHIPMENTS CLASSIFIED AS Wl LOADS
NO GENERAL RESTRICTIONS
SPECIAL HANDLING REQUIRED AT:
TUNNEL MILE  96.0   MOUNTAIN SD  10 MPH
APPLY FL-LWG 6 CARDS
5 BCH 20i DIMENSIONAL-W2 FILE AY-75-345
•3 NEXT 2 CARS DIMENSIONAL Wl FILE AY-75-345
5 CP 301 158 CP 303589
END SIX CARD NOTATIONS ""
I r
PLS PROTECT B 80
A D WATSON  1345
SIS! \
r._
CM
RLRLCQCOPCPCRGhS
VANCOUVER   MARCH   20/7 5
:r
CHI'i
IF  DISP
VANCQUV
GE M
YDMSTR
COQT
CAR
FOREMAN
COQT
CHIEF   DISF"
REV 	
CSC
SUPER     REV
CP 3099Sb>TRANSFOFiMER LOADED WITHIN CAR LENGTH GROSS WEIGHT 443000-
FEDERAL PIONEER WINNIPEG MAN DESTINED B C HYDRO COQUITLAM.
F3C_ ROUTED CN PADDINGTON CP VIA WHITTIER BROADVIEW MED HAT FIELD
"KAMLOOPS"    ' ■"        - ~"
SHIPMENT MEAS
li
WIO
2
2
FT
FT
10'
11
13
17"
J 18
"FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
1 INS
S   INS
11" IN
7 INS
5 INS
6 " INS
INS INCR
TO 2 FT 6 INS ATR 9 FT 11 INS INCR 1
TO 10 FT 1 1 INS ATR 10 FT 9
S TO 1 1 FT 7 INS ATR 1 1 FT
TO 13 FT 5 INS ATR 10 FT 9
TO 17 FT 6 J NS ATR 10 FT 9
TO 18 FT 9 INS ATR 10 FT 1
FT 9
11 FT
INS WIDE
1 INS WIDE
9 INS TO 18 FT 1 1
ATR 0 FT 8
1 INS DECR
INS WIDE
INS   DECR   10   FT   1
INS   DECR   0  FT   8
INS   WIDE
10   FT   9   INS 'WIDE-
INS   WIDE
INS   WIDE
THIS SHIPMENT   CLASSIFIED   AS   AW  2   LOAD
NO   GENERAL   RESTRICTIONS
SPECIAL   HANDLING   REQUIRED   AT:
BRIDGES   MILES   5.5     6.3      17.0     SWIFT   CURRENT   SD  30   MPH
112.8"    117.9      120.8   MAPLE   CREEK   SD  20  MPH 	
LAGGAN   SD   AND  TUNNELS   MILES   24.3     96.0     MOUNTAIN  SD
AND   BRIDGES   MILES   28.55     SHUSWAP   SD   104.6     THOMPSON   SD  47.8     68.8
109.7   CASCADE   SD    10 MPH    -
BRIDGE  MILES
BRIDGE   MILE  96.3
■
OVER   ALL   URID
SHIPMENT   MUST   BE   PRECEEDED   AND   FOLLOWED  BY   TWO
CARS   NOT   EXCEEDING -A   GROSS   WEIGHT  OF   177000   LBS   EACH   AND  MUST  BE"
SEPARATED   FROM   THE   HAULING   LOCOMOTIVE BY   AT   LEAST   240FT.
APPLY   FOLLOWING   6   CARD
6   CP   309966  DIMENSIONAL
^ END   SIX   CARD   NOTATION
PLS   PROTECT   D   'J$
FILE   AY-75-345
J
A  D   WATSON
1 151 CANADIAN FREIGHT CLASSIFICATION No, 22 ihCrC     IH'O        'jj
icgmr.
Rule 7
Issuance of Bills of Lading
Section 1. The issuing of ;i lull of lading for shipment consigned "Straight" or "To
Order" at one noiiit. with the consignee's address or instructions to notify the consignee
at .another point, will be permitted under the following conditions:
When the consignee is located at a water landing or other point inaccessible to.
carrier s deliveries: or
When the consignee is located at a prepay station or on a rural free delivery route
or in the interior; or
When the destination station and the consignee's post office address adjacent to such
station are differently named.
This Huh rlncs nnt prohibit the consigning of shipments to "Hold for Order" points
authorized in earner's tariffs, with the name of the party to notify shown as being located at a
point ojher than Hint at v'hirh car is held.
(Rule 7 concluded on next page)
For explanation of abbreviations or characters, see concluding page of Classification.
MO
Mk
:-^h.'w#>i-',^';.h-'-' "*■!■-■»*■'-.■ ---*"■■"--       ■ v
-■^^^■^''^-^:-'v^e:.:-:-e/ e- .-;•.: *■-; ~-.-rv--. S3N! ■\:::7/y^^7^--~ ■•■■.-_:: g^p
mmt-mmmmmm
' -
EEET
CANADIAN FREIGHT CLASSIFICATION No. 22 PhfrC     Hfl
Rule 7—Concluded:
Section 2.    Kxecpt. as provided in Section   1  of this Rifle, the name of only one
shinner, one consignee and one destination shall appear on the shinning order and bill of ■
lading.   The snipping order and bill oFladmg may show the name of a party to be notified on arrival of the shipment other than that of the consignee.
Section 3. The issuing of a bill of lading for shipments consigned "To Order" is
prohibited unless the name of the person, (inn or corporation to whose order the shipment
is consigned, is plainly shown thereon after the words "To Order."
Except as provided in Section 1 of this Rule, the name of only one shipper, one
consignee and one destination shall appear on a shipping order and bill of lading.
Shipping order and bill of lading must specify the name of a party at the same destination to be notified on arrival of the shipment.
^'i'iSrV*'^-'*'-'*--'-'
■^^rii.i-s.-~.vv^-_:...:,- .-■-.
.M^^^M^i:^;:: ■-■■■ ^!*«l?»^
mmmm
«toeTOs&.©£   ^^mmm^msms^^0^^"^^s"^^ '. :■'"'■■ ■' '   ■ THIS SHIPPING ORDER-SHORT FCi M ^tfflSi^tr
•.proved by the Bonrd of Transport Commissioner* for Canada by General Order No. 792 of 22nd Junuary. 1954.
for optional alternative use by railway companies subject to its jurisdiction.
Issued at Shipper's Request
 CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY	
(NAME  OF   CiHHICS)
RECEIVE, iubject to the classifications and tariffs in effect on the date of issue of this Shipping Order.
Shipper's No.      6   4002
at WINNIPEG, Man.     March  17th/75ip
From FEDERAL  PIONEER  LIMITED
rhe goods described below, in opporcnf good order, except os noted (contents and condition of contents of packages unknown), marked, consigned and destined as indicated below, which said Carrier agrees to carry to its usual place of delivery at said destination if served by it, otherwise to de'tver to another carrier on the route
to  *aid  destination.   (Sec  reverse  side  for  terms  and   conditions). ■   ■*
Consigned to    BRITISH COLUMBIA  HYDRO   6   POWER AUTHORITY
.- (MAIL ADDRESS—HOT  FOR   PURPOSES   OF   DELIVERY)
H3T4
■^MERirnAN_SU8SIATI0£L
^Destination    COQUITLAM       BRITISH COLUMBIA \NgAREST RAILSIDING  IOCO OIL REFINERY.
Route 2£S QFR Car Nn  BCH 201
No.
Packagai
DESCRIPTION  OF ARTICLES AND  SPECIAL MARKS
TRANSFORMER  &  PARTS
ONLY TRANSFORMER     SERIAL #  6  4002-1
ONLY PALLETS RAPS
WEIGHTS/CHARGES
TD FOLLOW
WEIGHT  (Subiact
to  Correction)
If charges are to be prepaid,
write or stamp here,
"To be Prepaid."
PREPAID
1ARS
P q
Value of Shipment
For use only when said goods
are carried by Motor. Cnrrier.
TOTAL WEIGHT:
(Pert-
arf
-0*=43© fS&&(f  Q   Q
LESS FREE BRACINK:
1500#
IMPACT RECORDER  # ^ "J O X&-L>
Impact recorder must not be removed until sh
Lpment  has
If Collect on Delivery
Amount $	
Fee - - - *
Total - - $___	
arrived At destination & ex&ained by custome
DO NOT HUMP
DO NOT  HUMP
DO  NOT   HUMP
Cust. Order No.
317-584
-^^SWITCHING  h COUPLING  TO  BE DONE WITH EXTREME CARE
&
■\
ttDPB
-—-'--■»—'"tv ?■   .'     *" '•'- -  ■■<—;»■ i  ■! fc—■*■■*  *~*V—
Our Invoice No.
V
&
§ 6
k    m rj tt b\ i
*—"■—t-i—^6rya—S3   _.
*m i g
Del. Slip No.
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMITED, Shippers
Winnipeg Plant
Qj______l__
FORM   1007
C^1 • R ai lw&yy_f^ /^j^^"
13?* Agent jp(^^de}a^7and^ietain this Shif     "i
Wiseaan Order ancJ./mt^t^1^<i&6^ifg1ha"flBill of Lading.
'<■£ ;..v-: :;-V<
i     J;V<
TO
*     a i —
7- ri
I rati .
•  "S. *L  "   ''       ^
'i
i * '-'y&rraW*
&&'._
.-'.H.J
7*M
—is
' ..~:'i,v'l'•••'
TO
it '.4-s
1     5
■'«5t     -.HI |
id Hasl
office ccr-v cr v/eyed;
05
STOP
THIS
UNDERCOVER
I CONSIGNEE
j AND
 J     ADDRESS      	
AT   -3TC"
PRO   NUMBER
CAR   INITIALS   AND   NUMBER
BCH 2 0  I
OjOl
clc
KIM] I   CONT
I    T"E  !
C L.   TRANSP ERRED   TO
IIV.TH  OF  an wiP>i3. C'OACl"  OF  CAR
OdwEBt:     I   Fij&'..-.«f3    !       c,B:'F»fD      [      .UBN.SHED
SPL    ITEMS D^ST    S'N    ••>•••(.   !    r.f.
r ^ 2^
'!■'>      I   Rl<   |   UUIO-'
TO   fTi'.ON   NUMBEH   rt   NAME
,9664.   ;
COQUITLAM BC
JROV    OR   STATE
COQIUTIA 96B4.  ! 5200 ! ^IN«|PEG;FEDPIONEBF.ICOLHYTRANSF
MAR   17/75 ftD
WAYBILL   NUMBER
044374
ROUTE   lSI-*OW   EACH    JUNCTION   AND   C A R" If: R   IN   HOUTE   OHDUR   TO
DESTINATION   Or   WAYBILL!
~.R   •  5      IF
RECONSIGNED  TO
AUTHORITY
PROV    OR   STATE    RWC
F»0«    STATION    NJMOER   *   NAM!
ACTUAL
ORIGIN
PROV    OR   STATE I
(
BILLED   AT
< 5_?00
WINNIPEG MAN
FULL   NAME   OF   SHIPPER
BlttTISITtfTOtJSBtA HYDRO & *01ER
AUTHORITY MERiOUM SUBSTATION
NEAREST RAILSIDING   ICCO OIL
UREF! fO¥	
FINAL   DESTINATION   AND   ADDITIONAL   ROUTING
FEDERAL "! QUEER LTD 6 4002
OnCIN      ANO      OATf.     ORIGIN.M.      '_ A "J        T n \-._FF_ r*     FREIGHT     DILL     ANO |
PitVOli?  'WAYBILL    RE*" EHE.NC C     * N O    "O'jri'i..    WHEN    rebillcd        1
IF  CHARGE;,   AO£  to   et   PWF. = - C  *P|TE
OP   SUMP   HE<»E   "TO   PE   "RFPAD
INSTRUCTIONS   i Rl'.AnoiNt,   ICING.  VENTILATION    NEAPING     MILLING    WEIGHING   ETC.   IF   ICED  SPECif*  TO  WHOM   ICING
.   SrfjtjCD BE CHAflGEOt
DO WOT WJV? DO NOT HUBP
SWITCHING & COUPLING TO BE DONE WITH
EXTREME CARE
ftH^N SHII'PER in
UNITED STATES EXECUTES THE NO RECOURSE CLAUSE OF
SECTION 7 OF THE
BILL OF LAOING
INSERT  "YES"
-W2G.
'4-74460-
ALLOWANCE
I   63600
I^OO
30S?G0
(   J.''1   «.l jl-l-T^i^-    H   CR   R   I7R1C|>C   i COVVOOIIY I   BILLING   I  OEST
|gi   21 Ar? 3612910! za !
R rt.   iNO    I    DG5T.   ZONE     Iff   PBOV'NG   OT   " ■'•   6  C  TO   POLtO'A '   B*S's   SHO*
E5*IMAi'Er»  FRETS+'T  CMlP'.Ci   tEnE	
ESTIMATED        S
DESCFflPTION   OF   ARTICLES   AND   MARKS                                 WEIGHT           1   IJ?
CATL
*           e           *
FREIGHT           j   D,  ADy*["'C" ,      |          PREPAID
TRANSFORMER & PARTS
ITRAMSFCRMER SERAIL
16 4002-1
309360
SP
1
1
1
1
3:49
: EQUI
P
10756 6G
SE
r3S353
107^6 61
3B353
IMPACT RECORDER M022L
IMPACT RECORDER K*J»JST SS
NOT OE REMOVED UNTIL SH?
ARRIVED AT DESTN & EXAMI
CUSTCMEER
,XRS8S32tg
^T HAS
NED 8Y
2
1
1
1
1
r?T86T§*
REV BILLED WAR 24/75
1
1
1     1
1
1
1     1
1
■
1
SURCHARGE   1          °              n
OR                               !     U
DISCOUNT    j
AMOUNT
1
1
1
l
I
i     i
1
^^   ■  FRACTIONS
l>f THIS SHIPPING ORDER-SHORT FC,\M ^^^^'T;^£r^n^
(
nproved by the Bonrd of Transport Commissioners for Canada by General Order No. 792 of 22nd January, 1954.
for utH'lonal alternative use by railway companies subject Co its jurisdiction.
y--» .. ..Issued at Shipper's Request
. €-/   £ - ...--"
cAmvrr\\\ PAniFTn railway      £ A     _ ;. ^J^CTr i
_. (NAME OF  CARRIER)
RECEIVE, subject to the classifications and tariffs in effect on the date of issue of this Shipping Order.
Shipper's No..
6 hooi.
at WINNIPEG, Man...
HARCH 2Qtk_,9_2£
From FEDERAL  PIONEER  LIMITED
the goods described below, in opparent good order, except as noted (contents and condition of contents of packages unknown), marked, consigned and destined as indicated below, which soid Carrier ogrces to carry to its usual place of delivery at said destination if served by it, otherwise to deliver to another carrier on the route
to said  destination.   (See   reverse  side  for  terms  and   conditions).
Consigned to.
BRITISH COLUMBIA fiTHRO fr ?(Jmi AUTHORITY
(MAIL ADDRESS—NOT FOR PURPOSES OF -DELIVERY.)
KESEXEAN-S8BSIAIICH-
*EAitES£-ft&-IkS33>:mG S3GQ-0-IL BEKBS
___       CPR
Car No.
-309-966-
Ns.
DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES AND  SPECIAL MARKS
TRAN3P0RKER PARTS
CKLT THAW^RTfra SERIAL #   6 1\QQ1
CNLY PATJ.TXS RAPS
________________
mr.T mmEB
WEIGHT  (Sublact
to  Correction) .
If charges are to be prepaid,
write or stamp here,
"To be Prepaid."
FftftPATTi	
Value of Shipment
For use only when said goods
are carried by Motor.Cnrrier.
___
TOTAL WETOHT:
1CT asconjEa rf 3210
BBSS FREE EKSCLHla
i5oo#
C.O.D.
If Collect on Delivery
Amount &
Fee - - - $	
Total - - $	
Trrgnr.-b r^ffrrinr tnrmrh pg& Vct rgracrgad ___j___ __jg_____ hns arrived
at derft1.natlTn -fr f^-v*"*,* >y rrwK«Tr»T-,WEiGF']T5/ CHARGES
''>^%^
TO FDLLDW
HARGE
Cust. Order No.
317 - 58U
Our Invoice No.
-y  ft^NOT HtMP DO NOT KUMP
DO HOT H033P
j ??.;rrrr:HTro & nnnpr.Tro to m mm wtttt TrvnmK hark
Del. Slip No.
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMITED, Shippers
Winnipeg Plant
FORM   1007
fc-4-
2
Pter_
S.Vimmn
C.P.I^allway d£ ^*-/5^w^
JZ?* Agent  mystXIef'acij^and   r.efain   this  Sh'/"~\ig
Order and  muiCif^fri^Q/igiirtl-tfll of L.V*-*g.
'■=»•
v: V .rvr>*~:.'*';^ . slfh;..u
pa5iehs heme
lOb
' flail
-""no:
O'   iCE COPY C? WAYCUL
ss kjMEIMLCE-
CAR   INITIALS   AND   NUMBER
cp.369966
PIAN"
iftfiU
L
KIND
r
1
CONSIGNEE
AND 	
AODK'ESS   	
AT   STOP
C.L   TRANSFER  '    O  to
 - 7r
GiT^S
vr-.',T'c or CJ-!
^U*; DI
COST. I    I*.flt   I      S*>L.  ITEMS      ]   DtST    STl\    .V\./E   j   D5ST   L>rf  rCT    |   HR |    C
L3 ?A
Hit I ORIGIN  S".
1
l V.'AY-.^L   N'JViiER
I «  ,»   *   » ^ ^
TO   STATION   NUMBER  ti   NAME PROV.   CR   STATt
»       COQUITLAM BC
ROUTE   (SHOW   CACH   JUNCTION   AND   CARRIER   IN   ROUTE   ORDER   TO
DESTINATION   OF   WAY3ILLC
:ss  cn-
I route
P=:0'. .   OK   STA1
RECONSIGNED  TO
AlJ.T,wru-RXY,
PROV,   OR   STATE    R'A'C
.   _(__        )_ '__
>TW>0    ,   Wj&mPEG UAH
FULL   NAME   OF   SHIPPER
AUTHORITY MERIDIAN SUBSTATION
NEAREST RAILSIDING   I0C0 OIL
REFINERY
L   NAME   OF   SHIPPER j\
FEDERAL PfONEES LTD 6 4001      D-
OPIO'N      AND      OATl.     OS:Gt%.*L     CAR.     T^A\:-rt_S      f-J
PRtVlO'JS     WAYBILL     REPEflE\C£     A%3     PC^TlNg.
paid.
FINAL   DESTINATION   AND   ADDITIONAL   ROUTING
IF  CM-if-'.F'.  A3£  IO  -Tt!   PP.£P4iJ   <■.?!'
0*   STAVT   (+f*i     TO  6:   W£«'2"
q
INSTRUCTIONS  tR£GAPCi.V3  .CIN1. VENTILAno:;. hEAHSG.  millin:,,  .vec-^.n,, etc, if lev.
SrtO'JLD   Be  CHARGED)
DO NOT HUMP ■-   DO HOT HUfiP      ,
5V;ITCHING & COUPLING TO BE DONE WITH
rxTBryr caf?f_     -   '
.xrr.Q si.'.- s r»r-
ci."£S Bit ■• > -'•
CX'SSE CcAUSE Cr
..■.,.-.     ........    ...    * ■ £;
I    SECTION   7' OF    k:    I
p.:u    ■■•:■     .«•.--.j   !
INSERT   ■'•lS
GKOSS	
47icGc
f   f* t" ft fs r\
n£f£?zK_ :
^ j .j j
1500
^°" 307260"
;oocs
trier.
tR**i__    ^»/o»'«Ufivi ri   !"? &c ; 5isT   r r   -.o  i  cest: ZONE     II  N'O-'iV ..'I
ESTIMATED       :S
DESCRIPTION   OF   ARTICLES   AND   MARKS
'. LIGHT
RAIL
fklch;
ADVANCES
TftmSfQUtttn parts
1 TRANSFORMER SERAIL
*6   400 f
2 ONLY PALLETS RA05
I   LADDER
rt'j'7l/"i*i
07260 p   3 49      IO72337
SPEC EQUIP!     j
IMPACT RECORDER   -210,.
IMPACT RECORDER S0ST MOT BE RB3OVE0
UNTIL SHPT HAS ARRIVES AT 0£STM
&.EXAM!WED BY CUSTOMER
REV BILLED UAR ?4/75
SURCHARGE"
OR
,  DISCOUNT
1   *»    » *» Jr —      =
$£30353      j 3B55:;
'V-     ' '   ~>AC"-  O '..:
«-a Or   RA    E
1007
~>ir.g
ing.
^
i V-
/>^
/£T/ /   CH!f DIJIM,'       V^rVSD — VUr^DT    V.}"     £4    miltf be tcgibi$t*ToJrin. >h fncfcl.ibi..;Po.-cJrl[
i>    jnirrllQU    Li-fiL/t6\      JilUiii     FL. . «JJ« or in Carbon, and teta'med fey 111© Asoflf.
d by the Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada by Gci.. rnl Order No. 792 of 22nd January. 1954.
1 alternative use by railway companies subject to its jurisdiction.
. Issued at Shipper's Request
Shipper's No—_  )■■
. r\r^
RECEIVE, subject to the classifications and tariffs in effect on the date of issue of this Shipping Order.
&r
at WINNIPEG, Man.,        1&BCH 19*h 10.  75
From   rELPsSra^L   rjUl^^teiil   LliMS £ Si*?
the goods described below, in apparent good order, except os noted (contents find condition of contents of packages unknown], marked, cons.irned and destined cs indicated below, which said Carrier agrees to carry to its usual place of delivery ot said destination if served by it, otherwise to do'ivtir to another carrier on the route
to  said   destination.   (Sec   reverse   side   for  terms   end   conditions).
Consigned to grTPlSH: CQLBQIi HI3PQ £■ °ffjS? *lT$D'lfflR	
4 MG a
UUUUi±Um   EaZZSSH (XffiBHBBrflBftSSSg £AiX3B5
=?3i—Taff
■XrJt>Tj—C2TT+
Raute.
p^a.
TFTT
Car NW
wir 50
No.
Packages
4^
3
kJlfo.
DESCRIPTION  OF  ARTICLES  AND  SPECIAL MARKS
mmsmsEsa _____
■XSILZ-KILLSS-S F.flflS
_W___MI7£7t
0
mm caaag n.?.- bessbk?
6-  '
■OKI CfflgB L.V» 3USHB&-
-SBLT CHATS I«7,fl, &," gBR3f33LHg BTJSEBS-
I
o^
.CELT D6S3SEP FOB COHEBBL^BOEE-
7
/
WEIGHT (S-biect
To Co.TQction)
If charges are to. 'r>e prepaid,
write cr stamp here,
"To be Prepaid."
a~X
0-
\
o
j>A
-GSL1 PCS-J&&SBIS3 SPSfO^K
_y v_\q   T?pT?-p; ^pv>_ fjT?
iSCDfL
Valaa cf SKpnarJ
For use only when said ^cods
are carried by Motor.Carrier.
■     ■
CSLI VCS. I,Vtt BUSH,  SUPPORT BRA.CISTS
 TOTAL WBBSs
DO NOT HIHP
BO NOT HE-IP BO NOT
pjo*—h ■■<■ ■■■■ *ry~fe—'—;-^   *'•■■ ~-—~-—» *—rr.
If Collect or. Delivery
Aniouni S	
Fee - - - S	
Total - - S	
auE
0 ^- i*
:.■■■  ».".-iKt'-' Hgf —-^r-
.»'■     ' /f   ^1*W     .rlSr£
■A\.        fe4^   ,^C?#
tfs*
Cust. Order No.
Our  Invoice  No.
^P^l
' ^ r^"      '.
^fi&Ef
v//
V'"     jlj        *r^,y.;,';.. ,r. i      Vi "^ .',    ____-
§
«£(%T Sffffi H Arc u
-tDirP^-LfPIONEER' LIMITED, Shippers
Winnipeg Plant
FORM   1007
/7 ^s^f^y^^. P. P^ilaay
K^" Agenf^^r.usr  ptf^a'ch^and  reroin this  Shipping
B8H3Q Order ancr rpasJv^gnciie^^Crrginal Bill of LaduM.
-SiWieesan c   JCE copy op :'!.\-. -;;.'.
J—..
< -v
TmOEr<COVETT
CAR   INITIALS   AND   MUMBtH
C^ ^OIr)25
PI.AN
LUMBERS
CONMl'.Nt E
AND
AOQIRESS     	
AT  STOP
C.L.   TRANSFER   I    O  TO
Of
rELc:L
15 2
I
■V   NAME    I
dcst   sr:.  name  |  c.tsr '.•■ jct
MR I    owIOC*  !
!H   '   f.f'UM*J   SI
-.-————-—-
TO   STATION   NUMBER   tt    NAME
( 9684.   )COQUITLAM BC
ROUTE    iS-HOW    fclAC-i   JUNCTION   AMO   CARRIE'!    IN    ROUTE   CRDt-H   TO
DESTINATION   OF   WAYBILL*
PROV.   OR   STATE
j^ggggg fEPPl-OfiE' SSICOLHYTaANSFgjQ.
DATE
MAR  I9/7M *D
04*483
■ cs   cr
t   rout.
FROM   STATION   NUMBER   ..
ACTUAL
ORIGIN
Zr>.   5 " A . £
q
RECONSIGNED  TO
PROV.   OR   STATE IRV.C
i
AUTHORJTY MERIDIAN' SUBSTATION
NEAREST RAILSIDING   ICCO OIL REF1N£S|^~ «™^y. wt^, m;.w
i" $200 )   V; INN I PEG MAN       ___
ULL   NAME   OF   SHIPPER
FE0E2AL PIOKEES LTD 6 4301   "
.-paid.
FINAL   DESTINATION   AND   ADDITIONAL   ROUTING
If" CM»;£S   ■••*i
INSTRUCTIONS   (REGAPDfNG  ICJ-VS. VEfcTlnrtON.   HL*TiN,1.   MILLING. VVCIGH1S5  ETC.  IF   itilD SF£OFY  TO WHOM  Kr,Z
SHOULD   EE   CHASiEOl
. do not nun? no not hump
SWITCH?^G A- COUPLING TO BE DOME WITH
C. **   J  ML, U* t.      \> c5"* a V ii^ I   •       •    •
' cuTrs t>
i o; r?e c
1   SECT,or.
•  Bin.    11=
I r; s E Ti T
TiiTISf   ^r..:;i.,
i
It'Jfl
ypg—
■5 i 000
RE	
60500
500
jc-oa:
pcvnnn
■u.    i l> v..* \J
-•i.~}^-Tli£jml.-aViI ' 3     '    i,    .„..     ——
DEST,   R re    no    1    OES7.   ZC.SL     I"   MCVIfi
I CST.VAlt
ESTIMATED
;2Q000    P
2 PALLETS RA0S
I   CRATE HV BUSH IMG
I   C^ATE LV BUSHINS
{   CRATE LV® & TERTIARY BUSJ8G
I   CONDUIT FOR CONTROL BOX
&  mvt PCS ALUMINUM BUS^0??!<
3 EXPgOSICN  VEHT
3 PCS LV BUSH SUPPORTBRACKET?
REV BILLED UAR .24/75
IiC      1404   i-s-J
\i?4 8n
-~\
SURCHARGE
on
DISCOUNT'
I        I
'00.'
ter wfb'actigns
f'3 OF   PATE
sing
ing.
p  _^/<T~/ §R'^;.%THIS SHIPPING UDER-SHGl! RIM
nuit be legibly     «.cd .-.. tn In*, i.i Ind'ji .;'e Pencil
or in Carbon, <ind retained by tho Agept.
y^p proved by the Hoard of Transport Commissioners for Canada by ' J.iUTal Order No. 792 of -2nd January, 1954,
tonal alternative o»c by railway companies subject to its jurisdicr »".
_, Issued at Shipper's Request
.-.—/.
Shipper's No.   6 ?|Cvl
W7
v.mwiTtcn -pw.yyjr. \>_______
(.NAME  OF   CARRIES)
/     /
RECEIVE, subject to tho classifications nnci tariffs in effect on the date of issue of this Shipping Order.
..>
at WINNIPEG, Man., -.^^f .q:t ■
its. rtc7it     sy ccii
A,19„
-75-
c PPOP^A^      C^r^^SKS    LiA.^jhw-
From    a GIW'2»c4^=-»ti,     t"^j^enjt=>i=.&*     £=.33',>3a! fi dtii^
ii aE
the goods described below, in apparent good order, except as noted (contents end condition of contents of packages unknown), marked, consigned end destined as indicated below, which said Carrier agrees to carry to its usual place of delivery at said destination if served by it, otherwise to deliver to enather carrier on the rout'
to   said   destination.   (See   reverse   side   for   terms   and   conditions).
Consigned to_
MUSIS®. CnLDHBLl Hfflj&fe^ggSrilTOgfe
tSISBBS
mm
Route.
CPflg      iliM
eoQtrmsEp-saiMsircc!^^
2arrSo
No.
Package*
-26-
2
_*
8
8
h
-T-
1
-5L
1
-2r
DESCRIPTIOM Or ARTICLES AND  SPECIAL MARKS
""335   t"l\B  T~T"'~'T" ■>   I ' -—J£        '      ' ■-     '
Gy_y C-?iit~*rvsfg (?ta tt>»~r?
03LY R.A. 1SSCH. ^^-J"*"     / 0 Q
-9i£Y BAD Gl??l^EM3?Jrego^^rSH'3-^-;y W*^—
only Ran support bricxet \   to "    , R /
ONLY TIE RODS
CELT PCS, OIL ZLff? PIPSS  -
1W I
ONLY FAN SUPPORT EPACKETS
ONLY CQSSE&irATOR FLOW TIKES
ONLY BU3HSR3 TO23S3S
yjj^.
/.c
\V£;GH7 (Subioct
to Cocroction]
4—
:£:
OKLY GQMMJJT FOR CONSERVATOR OIL.GA.BJE
 \z?+
ONLY PCS.  SHJSA GIB PITlffSSS
ONLY CRATE OIL FLOW PIP3S
.0NLYQA3 BB33BCS011 GtJPFOIg S3&ZJ5
£>£&£&
?-?. *il_\ ti      V.-.--.1        'j1      *■' .      ••.<£."'-''
If charges are to be prepaid,
ivrite or stannp here,
"To be Prepaid."
.  A.—J. 1~ J
Value   cF"STn?iT~2f.t
For use only when said good
are carried bv Motor Carrie;
rW
m »
;E
TOTAL 1'JEIB^:	
IESS FREE B?ACHIG;
UO.'t.
*f>*
w»8
;ci-'|0 HOT HOMP
J	
BO NOS HIS-IP
DO NOT H025
.to.<fcr,rp
V9*SBEfC!HIHB & CODPLEJG TO BE DO:E HUH EXTRS-1E CASS
rA-
(?- IU^Zd-XIl____jjaj_. 1%
t o
If Coliect on Delivery
Amount 5	
Fee S	
Total - - S	
Cush Order  No.
317-53ii
Our Invoice No.
Del. Slip No.
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMITED, Shippers
Winnipeg Plant
fOKM   IO1.1
^er_
S. 1QSEE&H
e7sn
cp, ?jmm/M*g, Y*y**77x.
IT^ Agent"  mesj^dejecfa  and  rerain  this  Shippin
Order ar,d''musf'5rg,-T''th5'iOi,'igiria!  Bill of Lsdinc
o .= COPY C;-
-UK'OErTCOVEf?"
CAR   INITIALS   AND   NUMBER
CAR   INITIAL',   ANC
CP 30MSB
PLAN
NUMBER";
CONSIGNEE
AMD
ABDHESS
AT   STOP
f'FJO    NUMBER
C.L.   TRANSFER      "(J   TO
LE\*.TH   Cr   OR I ViJfC
J
:  *
KINt> I   COM. [    tTre SPt    ITEMS      j   DEST.   STN    M'«f|   j    ^^'   J*tg KM        HRI     OPI'. N   VU K*  I   '   ^''.1%   STfi     W.!£   , i m I«■• • ■? -f>*.3J".% = = '.'■'f'.".- J
FJJJ 20 CGQUiTLft95$i     | 5200 g 1 T!M 1 PEG FED? I CM£ | BR I CGtHYTRAMSF j-gy
TO  liT^TlON   NUMBER  »   NAV,
)
($684       >   COQUITLAM BC
PROV.  OR  STATE
ROUTE   (SHOW   E4Ch   JUNCTION   and   CARHIF.R   IK   ROUTE   0<VDeR   To !      V'
DESTINATION   OF   WAYBILL! ' .
 1-
|      nccc.
MAR  19/75 WO
WAY5.LL   NUcVEBEvi
044430
J os ir
THOM   STATION   NUVSER   &   NAME
ACTUAL
OHIult,
PRO.'    O*   STATE
oiLLr.n a
RECONSIGNED  TO
STATION
(J_2G0__> Ji m [PEG MM
FULL   NAME   OF   SHIPPER-
FEDERAL PIONEER LTD £ 4GC!   -    ft
■^
SPISTN     AND     OATt       OHI'».."IAL     CAP.     '," 4 A-r^r:-.^     cr-^^.o-T     f ^
PREVIOUS    '/.'AVEILL    RKTFSENCE    AI-.C.    ^J^T<.'.j    w ^ L -,     p^s,
"INAL   DESTINATION   AND   ADDITIONAL   ROUTING
"I—
II   C^.\~Z'.'>  .->L   TO  9E   PttPA'D   ar|tl
OR  STAM.   MERE   ■ TO BE  "HEWCI3
...   I
I
INSTRUCTIONS   (RECAflaiN-l   l*i:NG. VesmtATIOV.  HEATING.  MILU-VS,
SHOULD Pt  CHAff^tDt
it.NG  ETC .   IF  ICt3  S-'fc.^v  TO V...0M
DO NOT  HUMP 0 0 NOT. HSUMP
BITCHiNG & COUPLING TO BE DONE WITH
VT»r**c  r>Aoc
EXTREME CARE
.   COURSE Ci.4t.fE_Of !GRC?,S t    IPfaV
; ;TAF,E. , _._ -
t taaff ritl.-.;-.CE 1 i fsAH
; I aUc.vawcs ±J±l?..
goo.1,
arric.
L-T      2^520
7i ••■'•' '*'•')' (T-l^nV-Ti! H  OR   r;   1 TRAFFIC  | Cf-.MMOOIT* i Bci-ilSG 1 DiST.  R R     .0   I    '.'LSI    iJM     V   v.i.iv.,   •;■'.      .'.;.'. ~tT;   :-■..-,.?'n>. .,;. *~.
'S^jviwia        ?        Alt    ^fP«|n:  7A   : |Hr*icrw«t>a.i,^      ,_--	
^V>V^MU-^E1 * i   --Lt^>' Vi   ^    I  I i-aTIWft-SO        S
j      u i igH r
u
rs "^>
-iKAffeFtMMErr-^AtfTS—
2 SECT(CMS A FRAME •;
IRA IIJECH
IG RAD SUPPORT BRACKET ANGLES
2 RAD SUPPORT BRACKET
2 A FmmZ STIFFENER BRACES
8 TIE RODS 2652
A  PCS OIL FtO^ PIPES
8 FAHSUWJRT JACKETS ■   j
2 CONSERVATOR Ft0£ PIPES
2  BUSHING TURRETS I   i '
(  GAS COLLECTOR CHAHKEL i !
I   CONDUIT FOR CONSERVATOR 0JL GAUGE
X2 PCS SILICA GLE PfPEWQI?K
I   CRATE 0U.. FLO'S  PIPES    ; !
I   GAS DETECTOR SUPPORT ^TAND
JO BIILE0 ?^A^24/75        j ,   I
SURCHABCE   ]       °~»       \~%     1   AMOUNT   ) ■ '
°R I , i
DISCOUNT, 1
I FM.IfJ.J
!      I
I      1
5  12   ! 135? 62
!'5^7   .Op
1   ;;l      w£-
1 1
ftl   i- FFtACTIO\S
I-<J OFF ATc
-ping
sine
rs
/>*/€-/ itlj    SHIrPlraG    OKDfcR     .iiiUiii     POkM    '""   o'in Carbon, tad retained' by the Agsnf.
.•Approved by the Boi.rtl of Transport Cc.    ^jssicmcrs for Caniida by Gi avail Order No. 7W of 22nd January. 105
'r~~N;nnl alternative use by railway eomp.mies subject to its jtirisdictio■•.
issued nt Shipper's Request
Shipper*; \To.   6   4002
^mmibihp&&*z-***u^
RECEIVE, subject to the classifications end tariffs in effect on the date of issue of this Shipping Order.
B5Q5&AJ     ©If^MPSp   nAMT^
"rSV
at. WINNIPEG, Man MARCH   17th'^T5  ,!:''om
toe goods described below, in apparent" good ordt*r, exec^f as noted (contents and condition off contents of packages unknown), mocked, consigned and destined os indicated below, which soid Carrier a.jrccs to carry to ifs usual place of delivery at said destination if served by it, otherwise to dc!.ver to another carrier on the route
to  said   destination.   (See   reverse   side   for  terms   and   conditions).
Consigned to_
—;-^
•f   Destination.
Route.
!sRITISl-MX«^^43X^.HyD8Q   ?- PQttmff   M.TTHORITY.
IMAIL A3DR1SS—NOT (OP.   PURPOSES   CF   0£UVEar)
MERIDIAN   SUBSTATION
t\   k-.   M
7     *6   r*    ■'
<£z
coquitlam    british columbia^ nearest railsiding iqcq oil
rekxnsxt"
J2SS CPR.
Car No.
No.
Package
1
-1x1
1
.a.
. a
i
M*E>
DESCRIPTION  OF ARTICLES AND  SPECIAL MARKS
-TRANSFQRMER-PARTS-
JDNL3lLPALLE.TS__.RADS..
6I.LY CONSERVATOR   PIPEWORK
myrv PAM  STlPPTYgT  STT.FPKBH  BRACKETS
ONLY PC.  CONDUIT  FOR CONSERVATOR
_0_£LY_ECS*_QTT, FT.OW PIPES
/
TS
J
n-
ONLY TIE  RODS
OMT.y -QAD  s.TPPOttT AMGT..RS	
OaNLY  PCS.   SILICA  GEL  PIPEWORK
QSfcY  F" ■   fy^ynrTTT ..WTW CONTROL. BQK-,.x^.--Tl^r.j/tr3^^g        V__. W-. P.
v/aicnr (5ub;»C(
to Correction)
If charges are to be prepaid,
v.'rite or stamp here,
_*_r^^S__z Prepaid."
YiTLTo of Shipment
For use only when said gocdr.
are carried by Motor.Carrier.
_=*>
f\
~   '■
TP-V^i ;t_s?ffi .($...&-?JZ'f^l-~.
2    Qj^^ CoUecc'on DeKveiy
■_!   fp7   n    ^.E   4Ef4^LESS-<PREE^RACTNG
f   H-- - '^   K  __[  f-V%TOTAL WElGHT(:^t£g-^^-s^--€Kg--^
l£n.t \£^%ji**
r~. ._ nje      7:-    ,';ij     J?,.    F:a
SO SOI  13HAP DO-^rOT^-KySJ2-
___^^___tii%,	
J§^  JU "'SWITCHING  & COUPLING TO  SST^NirWrTEnEXTR^E CARE
JdV ■'SsP
7/fc
317   584     /$P
I         / J
Our  fo_4_.«e  No.
Del. Slip No.
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMITED, Shippers
Winnipeg Plcnt v-
FORM  100?
-S-WiseziShder a
/I *     ,       C.P.Railway
E?^ft§ent musi^a'etecrjyand  rofa:n  tliis  Shipping
nd  \jik^J^___s-^.^<Qs7~,'^rs\--^\\ of Ukding.
'/■.*'!•.' '''■
■&.<?> STOpA
c
;i_ copy o;- WAY,.,...
*T-
at.   UBflEECOttEfiL
CONV.ir.Nt K
AND
ADDIItSS      	
AT  STOP
Pi-  .'   ". J•■• :> E '<
CAR   INITIALS   AND   NUMBER
rgP.303g.Jlj
TLAN
NUMBfcRS
i^S
C.L.  TRANSFER!      D  TO
GROSS     I        L£ViTH  Or  CAR .via-sy  _-■-:.'•   ;-   CA=-   : #5
I   o*orfEO   1 ;.<"%-.-../  I    ----.^: •.-■..-::     ■'___£_
CONT.        TARE S?L    ITEMS       ■"   DEST     STN    N-VM£   |    U.S.    t»H^ JCT
I   iif.   '  OK.'CtN   SIN    NAME
O   STATION   NUMBER A   N4Mi ' ■•' rriOV.   l><   £ "TAT L. tJATL , V.'^c'tilL-   VjIdeS J
$£$& L-CfiQiUTiAW BS.
ROUU  iSH'jw  E'Vch junction and Carrier  in  r
DESTINATION   OP   WftYtltLLl
OJTE   OHDEFt   TO
©5   ■■■      rF
MERIDIAN SUBSTATION KEAREST
RAILSIDING   IQCC OIL RLFiNERYi
MR  17/75 WH     I    QMT/6
ll as rale   ro^l
FROM   STATION   NUMdEH   <V   l.»ME
ACTUAL
ORIGIN
**o:    OH  STAT-:
BILLED  AT
RECONSIGNED TO
AUTHORITY
PROV.   OR   STATE ! RVVC
Ll__52QQj__KIKHJfE£ MM.
FULL   NAM£   OF   SHIPPiir
CONSIGNEE   ANO   ADDRESS
BRITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO & PO^ER
AUTHORITY
FINAL   DESTINATION   AND   ADDITIONAL   ROUTING
FEDERAL PIONEER LTD t
   6=4002 -
OR GIN      AND      DATE,     ORIGINAL     CAR.     IPiNS'  = -;     ?-£../■.:      O  LL      *\D £
PREVIOUS    V/AYBIHL- REFtRENGt     AND    HOC*!XG     .'.~1*.    =fXe»LLXO        f~
repaid,
I"7   Ct-.v.&S   *R£   TO  BE   fRSPA'O  \\
0»  ST4M*   HC^E "TO SE  Pf*E*»-*M) '
ALYTH
INSTRUCTIONS   iffiKABD.'M,   IC.V3,   .'E.NTILATIOV   KEATiSC     M*LU«w.  WE
S.nJULD  BE   CM4B££!Dj
^■^^.f^
DO NQ7 HUMP    DO MOT HUMP    00 ?<0T H8UJP
SBllCmm «  COUPLING TO BE DO&E WIT*'
EXTREME CARE
' V.'Hci,   SHIP:-.?!   ".
' L.\'T£D  MATr-.   .">.-.-
! CliTTf.   Tt-E   NS  RE-
I CCJR'.t CI.•.'.?= C"
! section y '..■ ike
BILL     fir      ,.-,;,:\o
I nsEM •••.'£:.•'
1
8.44QO	
5IIC0	
tin,?? psxiaewc
1 _J '-jy	
I
I good
25-2*L ^_?L~I1Q.
I'iTC'Jh h  Cut  H  1 TRAFFIC  I COKV.OOin 1 BILLING 1 tEST.   R.R    NO.       CjEST.  ZOt.£       :-   a .VlfcS  ■-".  ".■.   i   .   T:> fO;,'.r..'   = ~: s !■*;
r*       _ \    __  .      I [LSTlvtATcn r,)EI.,n:  CMSCES  I £Rs
ESTIMATED
■r48rv"i-1?lT»TT«<r>FJ  rl   Oil   H   I TRAFFIC   I t'JKKOol r i I  S.LLI.N.l   i DEI.
^/j^lfN Z   !AR ! 3g»29l,0'ZA i	
r-",
DESCRIPTION   OF   ARTICLE5   AND   MARKS
V'.' ElOH
" R 11G • I I
ADVA-
 :cry
TRANSFORMER ^ARTS    '/
3 PALLETS RAOS
^CONSERVATOR PIPEWORK
16 FAN SUPPORT STtFFNEJ?!BRACKETS
J   PC CONDUIT FOR CONSERVATOR
2 PCS OIL FLOW PIPES 3I2Q0 "P
B TIE RODS
3 RAO SUPPORT ANGLES  . 1
1   SILICA G£L PIPEWOHK.
I   CONDUIT FOR CONTROL BOX
:cry
)J9 c
5 12   |I59T 4,
I5S7 44!
1   1...... 1
sue
REV BILLED MAR 24/75
SURCHARGE
OR
DISCOUNT
S      !   AMOUNT
D      i i
I I
I !
I .      .1
7jp
1      1
W   ICO
4
• FRACTI--..C
or   RATE
ppinc
/>*/
/
■*?a n
AS SHIPPING MDER-SHORT FCEiM ^M^'ltSfcri&r'
^j,r;-;,veJ by the Hoard of Transport Commissioners for Cnnntla by Gr .Tirol Order No. 792 of 22nd January. 195
^optional alternative use by railway companies subject to its jurisdiction.
Issued at Shipper's Request
Shipper's No ft   4QQ2
uOmmmi  r*£ I-KG-KA-I-LWA-Y-
RECEIVE, subject to the classifications and tariffs in effect on the date of issue of this Shipping Order.
0
at WINNIPEG, Man ^A^C-A   17 th      TQ_75_ From    FEDERAL     PJOMISR     LIMITED
the goods described below, in opparcnf good order, except as noted (contents and condition of contents of packages unknown], marked, consigned end destined as indicated below, which said Comer agrees to corry to its usual place of delivery at bald destination if served by it, otherwise to deliver to another corner en the rcure
to   soid   destination.   (See   reverse   side   for   terms   and   conditions).
v,     r    C*   *S    *~
4 % 3 i d
Consigned to PnTy.ygTt C.p,__-i___r \   ivmUQ—g^PO-WER   AUTHORITY	
"COQUXTLS^—BRITISH CQLUI^IiK&B&ftSCT E&3X&XDIMG ICCO OIL
Route.
"CPTT
Car Mn.        3P4*-*?,
No.
DESCRIPTION  OF ARTICLES AND  SPECIAL MARKS
WEIGHT  iSL.3i«:r
to Ccrr5cf.3n)
 IHKI^FrjRMSS  EASTS	
ONLY BASS PLATE- ANO RFAMS  Ff.3  TRMSTORffH
If charges are :o be prepaid,
write or stamp here.
Prepaid."
ES££^X5
^tr   ■;/■    ."OAf^T?      xt     TT T-7 T TCT-TT?J<^ /
O.»—. I—telCt Lxra—r-i >v <—«nK>mrWW •*■
ONLY CRATE L ■-V^-BgSMKG ^ ^(° ° p*   ^\
'GNLY CRATE L.V*N*   & TERTIARY BUSHING
ONLY CRAIC GT-LUJL PARTS
vf j^sr '■:■'(   iS*
-ONLY CONSERVATOR   TANK pffj
ONLY PCS*/SILICA riPEWOgg—%? Q
asS
3jJi8^^jNi.^ CUSSSRVATOa O^PIFSKORK   V£*
Vsl-e of Shlcrr.efr
For use cr.iy when said goods
are carried by Motor.Carrier.
-ll
f\JPt
If Collect'en D
elivery /r
Ar.-.ount S   /        %___    '■
'•     ^^ f
Fee - - i S r ,1 .<\<~
-7
r.-, ~ ductal--S L
LESS FREE BRJSING
TOTAL WEIGHT:    (•;
"""-"DO NOT HUM?    DO NOT HUMP
DO NOT I
list. Order  Noy _ £)
17  -5S4:   £"   »
UMP
^JTTCHTNG   & COUPLING  TO  BE DONS  WITH EXTREME CARS
ti r
Our'Invoice No.
ii f
roi«  No.     w.
re
DeJ. Slip Ha^/
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMITED, Shippers'
FCSM   iOC?
Winnipeg Plant
P.
afaigf
—'.    I    .III   .will.  »^ . -
 w^.uT..q'n ^.,... ■a.u.u.^.vM.^.^i.i.yyj.T^y ..»yi'....j^i«,^. .V'.CT^^nCy^l-'V'-.' BFgWg^P^g|gf'! i">
'">
o.r
:e copy o? vva^V,' ?.
c- ■AT~TJ»DO"C0VEFT
CAR   INITIALS   AND   NUMBER
K.M)
L£
C* ^04^4.^
Tfcf— ^
O  O	
C_ISJ	
PLAN
NUMBERS
CONSIGNEE
AND
ADDRESS
AT   STOf
'rtO    NUMBER
C.L.   TRAMSrERil      )   TO
rr.ii . ,.<xr>s.r_   r±
?*m.
->
■~\
ONT.       T*PE   t      SPL.  ITEMS      i   DcST.   STN    r,ftV.E   j   DE.S?    E- jcr    j   RH        ORIGIN   N*J HH I   ORIGIN   £T,N     %AN»c   ' >*i.r'Ef( 1.015 \» NcE COVENTS [
12 20 JCCQUlTLAPgg^   1 "3200 WINNIPEG FEtPiONE; SRICOLBYTftAN'SF fEQ
TO   STATION   NUMBER   ft   NAME
( 9664     )   COQUITLAM BC
PROV.   OH   STAI
ROUTE    iShOW    EACH   JUNCTION    ANO   CAHPIER    1r,    ROUTE   OHDEP   TO
DESTINATION   OF   WAYBILL)
MAR   17/75 »D
V.'AYB.LL   NUMBER
■2iil7i
id   os   in
<he   rout
FROM   STATION    NUMSEK   cV   'lAMt
ACT UAL
i ORIGIN
PROV.   OR   STATE
(
"5200    ,   SflKKfSEG UAH
1 <
RECONSIGNED  TO
PROV    OR   STATE , RVVC
AUTHOFNTY MERIDIAN 5U35TATICN
NEAREST RAILSIDING &10C0 OIL
REFINERY
|FULL   NAME   OF   SHIPPER
FEDERAL PIONEER LTO £ 4002
•E3X-
FINAL   DESTINATION   AND   ADDITIONAL   ROUTING
ORIGIN     AND     LA1 c-.     Or-': -'•.' N A L     CAR,     T^NSFc'
PREVIOUS     '.VAVblLL     REFERENCE     -.HO     ROjTI
?£ cm:    *;:ll   anc
IF CHAISES  -^r   TO  SE   PRE*A1(?  .WiTE
0-1   STAM*   h£Pt   "TO   BE   PBs?A1.5"
INSTRUCTIONS   (REGARDING   iCiSG.   VENTILATION,   HEA7J*
SHOULD  b£  CHAFED)
 L
•'AOTrTL"
CAElG.Ht.VG  1TTC..  IF  lc£U SCF'.lly  TO WHO'.c   ICI:.C
!    .VhTN   S'il.'PEr    :N
I    0". IED   STATES   EXt-
i  cjTrs T'ie ••:. P.l-
: mjim CLVj-s or
1   StCTIC.S   v  r:   T ,€
B':l     0-     iad;-.-.
0 b i 4 0
b 1 j;
<.A
DO NOT HUMP OQ NOT HUMP    DO NOT HUMP !   ^
SVilBHlUG & CCmUHQ TO BE DONE WITH EXTREME
CARE r^(|FF7i:,^r {rjC0
- Allowance <..	
"3 goods
Carrier.
!    „
^t>si ■'•'f-T:;T»7v%'1'tt:^-l H 0R s I TRAFKtc 1       coM^'ODrn        I billing i dest   a r. no. i   deist.
^r^ii^M;    7     AR    %I?9I0 2 A
I    WEIGHT
I 8A8E PLATE & B^S FOR TRANS'FOBWER
{ CRATE HV BUSHING, j   i
I CRATE  LV BUSHIMG
I CRATE LV^ TERTIARY BUSHIHG
I CRATE SMALL PARTS i 23^0 P
1 CONSERVATOR TANK     Mlti24&fo   !
2 PCS SILICA PIPEWORK
i CONSERVATOR OIL PJSPE^ORK   .-. j
ON   "■.'.   3   C
ESTIMATED
A O *'« \ C £.£
REV BILLED-WAR. .24/75
SURCHARGE
OR
DISCOUNT
Ci'ou.NT-]
;   I
!      I
pre'-id       'cry / ,•
>f
fj-irO
! 1223 8^0p
53 V
^
W   10j7
d
t~T     c'FrtACI I V.S
"■■0 O'    HATE
-ppmg
ading.
wry UHIS SHIPPING OkDER-SHORT FC».M SS5S?SSSS:
a
li^'Cio v; kcnc11,
dbythoAgont.
;■—^proved by the Bonrd of Transport Commissioner:* for Canada by Gi t.eral Order No. 792 of 22nd January. -95A
...tional alternative use by railway companies subject to its iurisdictio* .
Issued at Shipper's Request
CANADIAN PACIFIC   RAILWAY
Shipper's No._6_4Q£12_
(NAM t  OF   CARRIER)
""' RECEIVE, subject to the classifications and tariffs in effect on the date of issue of this Shipping Order.
ar WINNIPEG, Man.,       VjiRCU 17th'    %5—
Fro. FEDERAL  PlOMilii  um
the goods described below, irk apparent good order, except as noted (contents ond condition of contents of packages unknown), marked, consigned and destined as indicated below, which said Carrier agrees to carry to its usual place of delivery at said destination if served by it, otherwise to dc'ivcr to cnothcr carrier on the route
to   soid   destination.   (See   reverse   side   for  terms   ond   conditions). *
Consigned to.
)estinntion_
Route.
BRITISH CQLUMKLfl   _______  _   POWER   AUTHORITY
(MAIL  AOCRESS—HOT FOR   PURPOSES   OF   OCUVERT)
j s. c\  1*1 :-■)
<
COQUITLAM   BRITISH COLUMBIA {NEAREST RAILSIDING IQCO OIL REPI
CPr
Car KTn    C? 303  589
No.
1
1
2
1
1
2
4
_2_
DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES AND SPECIAL MARKS
If charges are io bo prepaid,
write or ststmp here.
 TRANSFORMER  FARTS
ONLY SECTIONS "A" FRAME
ONLY  PCS.  ALUM.   BUSWORK
ONLY GAS COLLECTION CHANNEL
ONLY R„A„ M2CH
ONLY CROSS BRACE FOR "A" FRA.M
ONLY PC. AIR CONNECTION PIPES
ONLY CRATE AIR CONNECTION   PIPES     \     I
ONLY TERTIARY BUSH.   SUPPORT  BRACKETS
ONLY NEUTRAL  BUSH.   SUPPORT BRACKET\
ONLY GAS DETECTION STAND OFF
ONLY PCS. BUSHING TURRETS
ONLY EXPLOSION  VENTS	
C.O.Dr
f Collect on Delivery
.via'? 03J' ■* -HK
i ;VvfK^r-1. ...■.■..'..cc."E^An
LESS   FREE BRACING;!. 1500#
Total - - S.
TOTAL WEIGHT / w-c^i*-.
h        .k. * f?,f>-r-„OCi t" _-__ \
X50NOT--IJUI4P-
-DO MOT   H7.TMC 00  MOT  HUM?
^Wo^^rcHiNG &-coueLTNr; tore done with £__!___
^v
]
i"'i t's .V.V    i.t.
K-.'     ("r,..-'\
Pi     "V    ft
1 £1 );7  -^...   .-;:.  ;e. *-
TT3
*e*Sf Jpg       jVj"" £-      :■>_'■*     *"-••'«:■    J ■»    /-, , /- l/V
CARS
Gust. Order No.
317   584
Our Invoice No.
Del. Slio No.
£
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMITED, Shippers
Winnipeg Plant
,_Mzih±i7?-
FORM   100-
y
1
^
(JEJ* Agency fri i/jr  pejach ^ad   retain^-this  Shipping
5 .V.^XSeaarO.-der and xrvusn-.sicfl.-the_j0r4airTa1~Eill of Lading.
o
vs-i; *-;
. ■  '•• -.• .;"■..'■',r .."'.-<■• •••.vi
, *   ••-•   ."'•'.<■--->
',.w»J»r.3j»v"« ■"t- ».-—ywTrp,^ y "^.wnnw w.y«rii^»»'uv'*frrTp«ry wyw MARCH   m$
SUN       MON        TUE       WED      THUR        FRI SAT
_rV I *  _\_ jf * * **
1
2   3   4   5   6   7   8
_   10  11   12 13 14 15
17  IS 19 20 21 22
23-24/25 26 (27)28 29
Good Friday
—
■*N - t,**jrt
,,.:
31 APRIL    m*
___<_______Z_Z
SUN       MON        TUE       WED
THUR
FRI         SAT
1     2
3
4    5
f    7    8    9
10
11   12
13 14  15  16
17
18 19
20 21 22 23
24
25 26
28 29 30
\ P\\STtKS
c:   ce copy c:: v;.
AT.
AT
"UROtF?C.n;v£.j?_
CAR   INITIALS   ANO   NUMBER
cp 303553.
NUMBERS
O'O
con sic; Net;
AMU
ADOSESS     	
AT   STO?
C.L.   TRANSFtH'  •   J   TO
GROSS
io    cost      tare       spl. item;       pest   stn  ri-'.'.ct: i l.t^t o.. jc t
ORIGIN  n.j        HR : 0^1".;.".  SI
Fi i2 ?0 JCfflaiilLfl  S£M      5200 fttflSlPES-.FEDPJ0NE8RICOLKYT.RAHSF!ggs
TO   STATION    NUMBER   &   HAM:
<M6i       )   COQUITLAM 80
PHOV.   OR   STAfL
ROUTE   iSr-OW   EACH   JUNCIION    ANC   CARRIER   IN    ROUTE   OHOEfi   TO
DESTINATION   C P   WAVfiLLl
Mgg 17/75 __} OMJII
MR  -f •  If
SftlPTtR 5
RECONSIGNED  TO
AUTHORITY
PROV.   OR   STATE i R'.VC
I
cBHTfStf ^Sdetig&J ffTMJR'O JIT^QlO? "
AUTHORITY MERIDIAN SUBSTATION
NEAREST RAILSKIDING   I0C0 OIL R£FlHm^^^7^^7_r:7t7_T:
DATE
FROM   STATION   r;u''lttfcR   .■>
ACTUAL
ORIGIN
f
BILLED   AT
_L..5200    >   V?fNN,l?£G fiAN
FULL   NAME   OF   SHIPPER
FEDERAL PIONEER LTD 6 £002
'jpeid.
FINAL   DESTINATION   AND   ADDITIONAL   ROUTINE
I*  [VASCIS   S»t   "V  -J?   i'R:-A
INSTRUCTIONS   .PEC.A«Di\0   t:
iPECAOD'NO   i:i--G    VENTILATION.   rtEAT'NG.   MILLING.  WElG^'SO   ETC .   IF   IZZ.1  VECiFi'  10 W11_V   ICi'-'-
SHOliLD  cl   CHA^GEOi
DO ffOT HUMP 00 MOT H0&P
SWITCH IMG & COUPLING TO SE DONE WITH
EXTREME: CARE       - ,;.
.-.o.insF
secti':-,
B.IL  CI
AjYTH'"
7C72Q
__5 LOOQ.
2
/
500CS
v-
521
2T"»'.Ti2T<'r'g'\?f;3   h   OR   R   I  TRA.-MC   j COMMODITY "7 UILLII.G 7 l)ES"   il  R.   NO.   I    DtiT    ZONE     I'-  ~-\.v",   r .   '.•.'""        "      -._.•-..■•
J^iiW^    Z JAR J35l29fSi-2A i J_ """"Slaved
nccrBiPTinw   nr   isriri cc   /.,vn   vAuk'; w.*,rt.;uT •  ' ,? I K A . Fl __,.,... A _..
2A220
DESCRIPTION   OT
:les and marks
v.- EIJHT
'2422Q
I *-* 6^ •» *— V^
TRA^FQRMtK "FARTS"
2 SECTIONS A FRAME
2 pes alum sussork .
f   GAS CQS3LLEGTI CM CHANNEL
1 R A £JECH
2 CROSS BRACE FOR A FRAME
1 AIR CONNECTION PIPES
xx&xgxgggtxxgxxx
J   CRATE All? CQSKECTtOH 'PIPES - !
2 TERTIARY 8U5H SUPPORT |3If?ACk*£Ts
1 HEUTfrAL 8USH SUPPORT BRACKET j
{GAS DETECT !0?i STAND OFF
A-PCS BUSKING TURRETS
2 EXTOLS ION VENTS
REV SILLED MAR 24/75
j
12
1240 OS
SURCHARGE
Oil
DISCOUNT
S      I   AMOUNT-1
O      ! i
j  IC07
-ping
iing.
£> 2- / £V
JC   •CFRACTIOT.i
M Of   RATE «**»
)i^§M-
'___Wi-u:
m
 :.....  Port Coquitlam BC station April    30     L*  7$      Pr°- No- • ; ;
BC   Hydr* tVPovar Authority
970 Burrard St Vancouver B.C. '•   ^^
ToTheCANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. d,
'    For Car Rental on undermentioned Cars.   (Outward Cars are designated by" X in "Ordered" Column)
UC»7
■iK)i
CAR
Initial*
CP
BCH
309966
201    :
'5y,lCP 303218
"■ 'CP  J30U6U9
CP  |3O3iJ09
•p
303598
CP      _
,4) CP 3pl6'25
l|l!2CP
If
Conl«nts
-nydr»-
Arrived
Dim   ,
4taPt
Equip
u
! n
. n
N
R
tt
n
26
26
21
21
21
27
26
26
Hour
*M!¥CP   | 30U5>8       ~ *« !**»j_ *■' ll"
j J ij>2 impaisBSx KxxstxxxxxpmisiD ™m
M-7r ^ M   _'■'■:■ '•'■■   ■
I ':
I
19K
19K
19K
19K
19K
19K
19K
19K
Advised
Cleared
Custom*
-Most
27
27
22
22
*22
31
27
27
7K
7K
7K
7K
7K
7K
7K
7K
Due
Ordered
Hocr
PLACED
[;pnMruclivelv
Iga
Date       Hour
_M
uallv
27
27
22
22
22
31
27
27
7K
7K
7K
7K
7K
7K
7K
7K
nixncd
RelejMd
Date   |   Hour
-Aprr
17
18
22
23
23
25
2$
25
17K
17K
15K
HOC
lliK
V>K
16k
16k
No of
D«y»
16
17
28
29
29
2U
23
23
Chare"
65c oo
70C 00
1S5C 00
130C 00
130C 00
io5c oo
100C 00
,1000 00
tecfStf
I   ' ■'■
ate;
Received Payment.
19
. .    ■ :,,: TOTAL -pi-
• ..",•■
Make all chequoo payable
to order of "'■["
Canadian Pacific Railway C*.
:\
Agent.
•;*■/»
«*W
!>;, s-«
V
.:')'■
• Port Coqtdtlaw BC-••
Supplementry Correction
STAT,0N      April ■;:;■• —
.19.
7*
Pro. No.
„'K-•■•-''BC-'Hy<lP»-'*"PW9r Authority
2        970 Burrard St   Vancouv^^^,^ PAC|FIC RAILWAY CO. Dr.
i.      :.:,.;' .   ... ... ■ f.._ . j„ei.,ni,f»ri hv X in "Ordei
For Car Rental on undermentioned Cars.   (Outward Cars are designated by X in "Ordered" Column) Statement of /y^ouni
Lztat de compti j
.;     PLEASE ADDRESS PAYMENT TO /  VEUILLEZ ADRESSER PAip:-
G&&
W
CUSTOMER CODE
CODE DU CLIENT
D 109
ACCOUNT DATE - DATE DE COMPTE
April 30/75
BC Hydro & power Authority
970 Burrard St   . -
Vancouver B.C.
_i   *»   w   w   w
CREDIT AGREEMENT CALLS
FOR PAYMENT OF ACCOUNTS
WITHIN 7 DAYS FROM ACCOUNT  DATE.
LES  CONDITIONS  DE  CREDIT '
EXIGENT LE REGLEMENT DES
COMPTES    DANS    LES    SEPT
JOURS QUI SUIVENT LA DATE
DE COMPTE.
.    Date
April 30 *     8
Reference
Cars.>
r.u  -ti~
fhWr
Car-Wagon No.
Demurrage
Amount - Montant
8250,00
" ■*-■ .'■ -■■•
Total
8250.00
rr _•»
.-" ■■
Statement of Ac ^unt
ittat de compte  -
PLEASE ADDRESS PA'.MENT  TO /  VEUILLEZ ADRESSER PA'EMfjNT A
CUSTOMER CODE
CODE  DU CLIENT
BC Hydro & Power Authority
970 Burrard St
Vancouver B.C.
D 122
Refers to D 109
1 ACCOUNT DATE - DATE DE COMPTE
May   21/75
a
Date
April 30
'7~i
W     —      -W       »        ^^
CREDIT AGREEMENT CALLS
FOR PAYMENT OF ACCOUNTS
WITHIN 7 DAYS FROM ACCOUNT  DATE.
LES CONDITIONS DE CREDIT
EXIGENT LE REGLEMENT DES
COMPTES DANS LES SEPT
JOURS QUI SUIVENT LA DATE
DE COMPTE.
Reference
Car-Wagon No. j Amount - Montant
Detention I& Demurrage
added to previous account of
1 JApril' 30/75
Total
5U70.01
ffl^.
P
7$
U^c77L,Ar'^t:-^rM
e-L.... :•
*fr\
s\
-t
«. .• • -.--
:    ■--"*■ ,
_*    -__   -
|>" 2t«#*:
'■---'_-
-     • >'.•>■■
Ms?
LV-**" e ■
■ v, 2Ms
I '
x  / r?§
■0   i    KJ
O
*—        *—   !   *~   \   ** \   **      *•       a*.
I ca j si! »l la 1 ik ] u 1 m
l    **   *    |M   J               ;              •              j                              1              t              |              :
NOTE.—"Ordered"
1          1     1     =     11     1     }     1     !    >kr-1                      ! _. 1 oj ly
i    i    0  i° Io io i? i-/i + ^
j       i                   i           [   r i- tw ff   . k' «
:                           !             c             •:•!::!             •             LXL     I                                         i             1   V/l  1             I *^
1            j      j                               i            FT NP   ~ U k/\ ioH-fc i-
i                                                                          1       i+~ lO   iv-\foo hJ   \__  r*> i«<^
i                                       |               |                       j               y i»Ci_r> !v/\ !               !
?
2,          S>
C 3 re 50 w2 ■
S«Sg*S^3
.£• =OD3 *
*      (U  ^-c      O-O*
ST 60   CP "     Tr. 3
el c .       1"
L- O)   C   __._tr+ r.
;fT0i  ^C]/.'    —
i»a-".Og    ^
*3!3~  »|
P»lg2.    SS
^0 a sow    Ho;
n re —      O     8 D
K
i
3
v :
00      „
■       1
3    |
5
e
CD
<*
■
tr
e
&
O
0 •
a
3
1
11      11 is 1 ll 11. Lais
M                                             J   .!< 1,1        Ll.   iJ
f
I
1
1
II   1  1 ]  & kt I   r 1  1 g3
!   1   II   II   1   II   1   b|1   1 . 1, 1 \\\%S\
1   1   1   1   1            1   1   I   k|   1   1   '      1   to
!     i     i     i                 1$   1     1     1           i
n
9
en
\
v Cjij 1 v ] v 1 *-* 15s-* j V   v
I5
i
c
5^2
. o.    w    §"
*^v  ^;      ^t  if^   UA.    ^\    /^v  ! A.
0
c
3
J     _\
3 §
B
6*
0
B
-_¥?
►1
%
0
3
a
f
I
{_,
8
!     I                  1     lv !     1 v bo  1 ^-» 1 >-/ 1 >-< i *->
O
B
ft
5
s
3 CD    OS?    "2
sii»g §■§■
it un %      p 3
3 ft $ £.»      o^S.
sp§> is
3=2 3.1   £y
S=S.Sn   S--
11
X  S\ -A IX.   X !A    E\ i/rN,
s
0
e
1
; g
I        1        !        1        \        i        1        I     ' 1                 1        1        I        1        1        i        ■        1        i      vi
B5
0
s
i
>
( ^3
1        !        i         !        1        |        !        !         fE "*3        ■
33
0
1
!            I     -     i            1            1            I            :            !            !            :-            1
;             c             :             :             c             i             i             i             I             :             i
1*1              i               :              c              I              i              i               ■               1              |
H
0
ft
It 4 a
n
*
0
3
0
a
0
i
-cT-.           e
to
r.
0
3
^   ;—   : V    ^   iVJ    I**"1   ^V    i   *->
D
s
A
_
ire w ~,"2     ""Of     1
$?>   s~ 2:   -n
a
\ZZ \sS [jo i^;^ IJ 1 ^ |5*
a
0
c
C. co "< re       p B>
JTsr^-S.     3 *-"
-> 5 ° P      HfO
O   3  0.p        " Q.
re 3 3» g-     Hp
>
m
pcctlt
s->   V  v   5^   s-> ^ v   y   ^_
\^/\   ;OQ j t/\ jUw-  !V^   i1-^  j  U'   | ^
A
f
i
P
_fm*Jb
^          ^C\      ^          I"       :§?      1*           £•       S    ^
A.    >^       X        >        .A.     c.^     :^     :.>^
0
3-2.2 a.      R
C E C       co
P   3  3-3-      0
**< 3-S s    <
3  Ooq  T      O
0°.  .-<"<        __
8 s*jX   -
0 2. 3 5'    ~
i s» 3     a-
° 2.?h    S
3-3   O   O       n-
B-l*-.!    0
Ii     P
8 CT                »
^.re              3
2 &        §
8 **          3
re CT-             <S
to --             re
v>  P
P  3                  53
§r      £
w              J° :
S."               "i i
—.             2J
«*               n» !
~y              p :
p-             a;
«              a ;
i      H
3
;
j
a*          t-
f
k
V          ?
J. v_ w
^ fe" Cw ^ ■*>* hf I v
D
ig
■i
1
0
1
n
W
0
w
c
\
:             :             i             j             :             |             J             ■             •
|  ^ S|  Sj S|   3   ^§
Ml
^3
m
>
i
»a
» re
1
r ^
?
"1
1
c
0
1
K
1
f
.
<
»
a
1
1
♦
>
j             j
!             j
■             |
i        j        |        j        ;        1        j
55
01
q
•I
B
P
>       ft Form 106
CANADIAN    CAR    DEMURRAGE    BUREAU
Western Lines
'    303 -  272 Main Street
Winnipeg,  Manitoba,   R3C  1A9
File No
*___i±_ld)
£JL
Rly.,
(_
W
&.C.
Your demurrage report, dated ( ( £LwV ■?> c
■P
Winnipeg, Man.      /7t(L.,        S 19^5"
0
19jf
READS
Car No.
In.  Cont.
Arr.
Adv.
Ord.
To
Con.
Pla.
Act.
Pla,
Rel.
Dem,
Detn.
Htr.
Rtl.
Pro
30 U£Z£
CP
<iju*~f
-,/  I'-l
720
So JtS%
\s
<k.
■Zl
?-)
/A
mp.cc
_,
SHOULD READ
.
s
s
flo
/o ■>...■■
It* >V-*"'"
(2ly   Record indicates £ar Demurrage, Detention, Heater Rental, has
been undercharged - overcharged.
©
2y If undercharged, send Supplementary to this Bureau for difference
QUOTING ABOVE FILE.
3. If overcharged and outstanding advise. If account has been paid,
we require proof of payment to arrange refund. DO NOT MAKE REFUND
LOCALLY.
PLEASE REPLY PROMPTLY
Of
Manager <2L_.P_
.<^_*>
Y\&y&M^
©-d--
:anXDiaK card^urrage b
.STATION,
Report of cars RELEASED during the 24 hours (or period) ending 7 a.m..
W^-
3
■
rm C.C.D.B. 2
J£l
19.
This report must be sent promptly to the Manager at the close of each day (or period as instructed) and it must show record of all cars, subject to Car Demurrage Rules, released during
the day or period covered by the report.
CARS LOADED OUT: Show Number, Initial. Contents, Placed, Released and Amount Charged, designating such cars by "X" in column "TO".
CARS UNLOADING, HELD FOR ORDERS, CUSTOMS, etc.   Show full record as called for by the different headings of Form.    (See Note).
The Hour as well as the Day must be shown in all cases. Sidings to which cars are ordered must be shown in column "TO". "Detention" column must be left blank, as it is for the use
of the Manager's Office.   Weather must be given as called for; Stations reporting periodically will give weather for each day, using back of report for this purpose if necessary.
Columns headed "Heater Rental" and "No. of Heaters in Car" are for use on Western Lines only.
CAR No.
INITIAL
CONTENTS
ARRIVED
ADVISED
ORDERED
TO
Constructively
Actually
Placed
Released
AMOUNT CHARGED
No. of
Heaters
In Car
DETENTION
LEAVE BLANK
Demurrage
Refrlg.
Detent'n
Charges
Heater
Rental
REMARKS
Date
Hour
Date
Hour
Date
Hour
Dale
Hour
Date
Hour
Date
Hour
Ry.
Con.
Total
1
1o\ ^^>
'St.
26
£?.
71
16.
ItC
 "S
3 "7
?7
M
*<
x5
\£P
7^o ?7?. /n
2
W» ss
idSP
c.            —         	
3
  	
<v
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
NOTE.—"Ordered" column must show date car ordered for special placement, reconslgned, cleared from Customs. Inspection, etc.   See Rule 3.
er   8 a.m        2 p.m _.
11 a.m          5 p.m.	
■tr
carea i
1
.Agent. ^=> p            C
^aSt
?,CAR DEMURRAGE BUREAU
ti
1
Form C.C.D.B. 2
Report of cars RELEASED during the 24 hours (or period) ending 7 a.m.
..    ..."      ..                                                19
This report must be sent promptly to the Manager at theHose of each day (or period-as instructed) and it must show record of all cars, subject to Car Demurrage Rules, released during
the day or period covered by the report.
CARS LOADED OUT: Show Number, Initial, Contents, Placed, Released and Amount Charged, designating such cars by "X" in column "TO".
CARS UNLOADING, HELD FOR ORDERS, CUSTOMS, etc   Show full record as called for by the different headings of Form.    (See Note).
The Hour as well as the Day must be shown in all cases.   Sidings to which cars are ordered must be shown in column "TO".    "Detention" column must be left blank, as it is for the use
of the Manager's Office.   Weather must be given as called for; Stations reporting periodically will give weather for each day, using back of report for this purpose if necessary.
Columns headed "Heater Rental" and "No. of Heaters in Car" are for use on Western Lines only.
CAR No.
INITIAL
CONTENTS
ARRIVED
ADVISED
ORDERED
TO
Constructively
Placed
Actually
Placed
Released
AMOUNT CHARGED
No. of
Heaters
In Car
DETENTION
LEAVE BLANK
REMARKS
Demurrage
Refrlg.
Detent'n
Charges
Heater
Rental
Date
Hour
Date
Hour
Date
Hour
Date
Hour
Date
Hour
Date
Hour
Ry.
Con.
Total
1
14% 44.-L.
w
_)t I U ' *"£
1+
M(7
fS
HK
m
IK
4
'7
11
I2W
n
a
6$o
700
2
of  „
f/!A*6 fctf
fo
#<
*\1
v<
ao	
3
t^
H
iri/<
11
7/<
\
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
NOTE.—- 'Ordered''
.ir
1     """"^^-^^            1
column must show date car ordered for special placement, reconslgned, clearejLJrom Customs. Inspection, etc.   See Rule 3.                            \                                                   __
Ram.                                                          2 n.m.                       ^                                         i                                                                 V      'Ml/     V                                            _\
1 a.m. 2>
\
I \r.
f         t
*> 2*
y^^^-^txvAj^rvs
       AHent.
' -S Form 106
CANADIAN    CAR    DEMURRAGE    BUREAU
Western Lines
303 -  272 Main Street
Winnipeg,   Manitoba,   R3C   1A9 A
File No.    Z XI     C/<?<>)
Winnipeg, Man.       //_\_x^_    -g.
£Jl.  Rly.,
^tr
VJS
(   Jtasafaaac^O^aa -       t2 ^ •
ffV-t^.^
Your demurrage report, dated
1
tE^VLwL
/7
193'
READS
Car No.
In.
Cont.
Arr.
Adv.
Ord.
To
Con.
Pla.
Act.
Pla.
Rel.
Dem.
Detn.
Htr.
Rtl.
Pro
fiO^^kb
CP
\Xika\a,
3/ JCI
7
27
11
47"
7/1
s
7>6'dc*
±0 j
P>cn
Is
IS
u
1/
//<7
7 CO C £
0
'
SHOULD READ
V
QyyC.Ci
luce.
t&lfi
llbC/ic
.yj*
1
<w£iVt
V '
".
f
v
f£ c
p
0
Is*-*,
i -t
')
"Ty^tS^S
KJi \ji}4lL~+\ <JL*^r.
2
LJ,
_<t- ^j<_
Cjjd    Record indicates Car Demurrage, Detention, Heater Rental, has
been undercharged - overcharged.
(22 If undercharged, send Supplementary to this Bureau for difference
—' QUOTING ABOVE FILE.
3. If overcharged and outstanding advise. If account has been paid,
we require proof of payment to arrange refund. DO NOT MAKE REFUND
LOCALLY.
PLEASE REPLY PROMPTLY
7_-
Manager ^_ ce-^   } ok.
C
i
AHASfMN CAR^     W\\
*y{^__ ^A_A^J->^^-      f^STAT
of cars RELEASED during the 24 hours (or
JRRAGE aUI
REAU
1
Jorm C.C.D.B. 2
Report
period) ending 7 a.m                                                                                         iq
This report must be sent promptly to the Manager at the cWse of each day (or period-as instructed) and it must show record of all cars, subject to Car Demurrage Rules, released during
the day or period covered by the report.
CARS LOADED OUT: Show Number, Initial, Contents, Placed, Released and Amount Charged, designating such cars by "X" in column "TO".
CARS UNLOADING, HELD FOR ORDERS, CUSTOMS, etc.   Show full record as called for by the different headings of Form.   (See Note).
The Hour as well as the Day must be shown in all cases.   Sidings to which cars are ordered must be shown in column "TO".    "Detention" column must be left blank, as it is for the use
of the Manager's Office.   Weather must be given as called for; Stations reporting periodically will give weather for each day, using back of report for this purpose if necessary.
Columns headed "Heater Rental" and "No. of Heaters in Car" are for use on Western Lines only.
CAR No.
INITIAL
CONTENTS
ARRIVED
ADVISED
ORDERED
TO
Constructively
Placed
Actually
Placed
Released
AMOUNT CHARGED
No. of
Heaters
in Car
DETENTION
LEAVE BLANK.
REMARKS
Demurrage
Ref rig.
)etent'n
Charges
Heater
Rental
Date
Hour
Date
Hour
Date
Hour
Date
Hour
Date
Hour
Date
Hour
Ry.
Con.
Total
1
^cff %(*
"M. :
Bert
7J?.*r£>.	
p6
*1
Tt
7/<
 -'a
•
11
*1
K
ll
&
ilK
(_5>
• 0
loo
v	
.
7J^?7?.r/9r
2
%<_\	
X7*0
4-               -                  —
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
	
18
19
20
21
NOTE.—"Ordered" column must show date car ordered for
her    8 a.m.         2
special placement, reconslftned, cleared from Customs. Inspcctl«fn. etc.   SctRule 3.                J
1
5
4)
 Agent. -aw
Port OciquUlnm DC
STATION
April 30     m    1$   a    M
19 Pro. No.
Form
ntT-i
Efi Hydro & Power Authority
$>70 Durrard St   Vancouver Tl.C.
To The CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. Dr.
For Car Rental on undermentioned Cars.    (Outward Cars are designated by X in "Ordered" Column)
27    7K
27 !7K
CloarrJ
('nsl'imi
|)a!o    I    Hour   '    Dnlr
Hour UalP
J UflnakutliiclJ
■' >■
V_i I
Received Payment.
Date       Hour   ,   Dote
I        27 I 71
Hour   I [Ppfc I   Hour   |
No. Of Chari,
0.1)15
poirtrrvbion
I 27 I 7K
Detectioh
17
l
16
171?
178
17
£589
700 i
t?70O !
TOTAL
Make all cheques payable
to orrJpr of
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Statement of Account
Liat de compte
•L'       F   MXWESS   I AYMCNT    111   /   vT UI Ll t   '   V)Hi S'.CH  C/.'LM, NT A
GPl^QBl V7j*
-*..!*•{
CUSrOMEH CODE
CODE DU CLIENT
B'C Hydro h  Power Authority
970 Burrard St
Vancouver B.C.
ACCOUNT DATE-DATE OE COMPTE
.April 3D/7$-
CREDIT AGREEMENT CALLS
FOR PAYMENT OF ACCOUNTS
WITHIN 7 DAYS FROM ACCOUNT   DATE.
LES CONDITIONS DE CRFDIT
EXIGENT LE I1FGLFMENI DES
COMPTES DANS LES SEPT
JOURS 001 SUIVENT LA DATE
DE   COMPTE.
Dale
April      30
Demurrage t
R6f6rcnce
Car-Wagon No.
Detention
Amount - Montant
On CP 309966
& BCH 201
Total
6720.01 R 0 L L I ■ N (
KJ
STOCK
R
NO
r	
CRANE  and
AUX.'L IAR Y
-5.
17
22
-36
••A 7
jl-59
,-6599
it-tl
I
*   21
O- 3
)5-8
0-20
C L A S
MAX. GROSS
WEIGHT l.R
COMBiNAT ON
CRANE  and
PILE  DRIVER
o-
14
|5-
24
25
37
58
-51
52-
64
67
-75
76
-95
96
98
.99
-108
09-
14
15 -
18
400-5
-100 i
J-102,3
Hi-RailCrane
172.700
299,000
386,000
372 000
386.000
19 3,000
228,500
241,600
72,240
71,700
81,500
CA.rv   -■
25-75
100-160
200
2SO
2 50
30 or 31
40
40-50
C  P   SERIES
50
60
100
414225
414600-7
414 3 25
414 400-02,20
4)44 70 - 80
4i**500 -2
4,4503,650'
414200-15
414 230,-31
414216 '
414000
414025,026,027
414030,31
CuASS
FRrEMT
HEAVY DUTY
CAR
MAX GROSS
weight lb
142,000
177,000
2 20,000
220,000
26 3.000
263,000
C P SERIES
L
i
o«t-
J
4 i&mt r a*
i- juii''   '-
273,500
376,500
502,000
CA«
•-
90*9    72
9IC3- 15
902 0 -   4
9200-51
0300-03
NOTE  A'
For opt rat ion on other
territories, request
authorization from chief of
transportation.
Sate of issue
-jr.. 04-.7r,
243—A
78-!0"9
Hopper   Cor
Sffries 381900 "959
Gondola Cool Cars
Series 349C50-735
Limited  to the
Kootenay
RevelstoKe
Canyon
Division
5«* N07E. 'A'
309925-9
309 9 65   70
CANADIAN     PACiFIC    LIMITED
EQUIPMENT
AUTHORIZATION   CHA
FOR    BRIDGES and  r i £ ARANC E S
SERIES   wiiuor
m
NUMBERS
04£*<fe
Gt£t\z.
F    ENGINEER
CHART MO
2
M L— L«»
REGiONS   j DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT AUTHORIZATION CHARTS
The chart covers movement over main tracks  ond  sidings  in  the te-ritory  specified
based on flic  strength of the bridges and track clearances.     The churl docs not cover movement
over yard tracks,  unlisted  industrial  spurs, or restrictions,  if any,  account weight of rail.
The vertical columns  show types of diesel units and classes of rolling stock.    The
horizontal rows sho« track teirifories.    At the intersection of a column and a row:--
a) a clear spoce means that movement is authorized without restriction insofar os
strength of bridges or track clearances are concerned.
b) X means that movement is prohibited.
c) T means that bridges are adequate for the movement of heavy Jjfy car with
capacity load hut must be referred to the Chief of   Transportation for clearances,
speed restrictions on bridges or other restrictive requirements.
d) a numeral   1,  2,  3, refers  to the note number modifying authorization.
Speed shown in a note or a more restrictive speed covered by other instructions
must not be exceeded.
GENERAL NOTES
DIESEL  PO'c'ER may consist cf coupled units of the same class or different clossves,  as listed
on chacl 2, but movement must be in a< . ordcv.ee with the current issue of for n OS44 and with
the most restrict!/e instruction  in these elicits for any one class.
Ne-,  classes of diesel  power and all  foreign  diesel  power must be referred  to  the
Chief of Transportation for authority to operate.    The Chief of  Transportation  *■!!,  if necessary,
refer to tie Chief Engineer for authorization of movement.
PASStlNGf  R CARS may move over Liidges where freight c :rs  of comparable gross weight are
authorized.    Scene  Dome equipment  is rtstri. fed to  specific routes.
FREIGHT  CARS OVER 37  r EET   IN Ll NGTH  listed  in  the current  form CS39 may move  in
accordante with these charts.
I REIGHT CARS I  LSS THAN 37  I  EET  IN LENGTH must be referred to the Chief of  Transportation,  Montreal,  except  th.it cars  presently   listed   in  CS39 and not exceeding a gross  weight
of 2/0, COO lb. may move with the restrictions  shown  in  these charts  for 220,000  lb. ore curs.
FOREIGN  I  Rl KiHf CARS of the same weight end dimensions as Company cars  listed  m CS39,
may  move with   the   some  restrictions  OS equ'.ulent Company  cars.
C ARS used  to  SepOfOte equipment must have a  length  of more  than  -14 feet.
CP SERIES jE'JOM) and 331900 are restricted  to certain divisions as   shown on Chart 2.
CARS Y.I HI I ESS THAN MAXIMUM CROSS WEjGMT Cars which are prohibited at maximum
gross weijht should be referred 'cc the Chief of Fransporfution as it may he possible to move
them when ihe   ;).>-> s   weight  is less than the maximum. C! NERAt   NOTES (Continued)
C RAN'!  5    Pile drivers,  steam shovels,  combination crane and pile drivers,  ond crones up to
160 ton capacity art- to be  seporotcd from each other ond from other equipment by two freight
cars of o gross weight each not greoter  than  220,000 lb. or  lesser weight where authorized.
Cranes of 200 Io 250 ton capacity are to be seporotcd from other equipment by
one cor  net greater than   142,000  lb.  gross weight.
Crones, except for Burro Cranes and similar capacity equipment, must not moke
a lift while standing on a bridge or be moved over o bridge while carrying a load without
special authority  from the Chief Engineer.
Lidgcrwoods and spreoders may move over bridges where cars having o gross
weight of 177,000 lb. are outhoiizcd.
New crones ond foreign crones must be referred to the Chief of Transportation
for outhority to operate. The Chief of Transportation will, if necessary, refer to the Chief
Engineer for authorization of movement.
NOTE:.
Tins  chart  supersedes al
previ
ous EQUIPMENT AUTHORIZATION CHARTS.
EQUIPMENT AUTHORIZATION CHARTS
All Rog i on s
Atlantic   Region
Eastern  Region
Proii le   Region
Pac if ic  Region
Al I cherts are
No. 1 and No. 2
No. 3 to 9 inc I.
No. 3 to 9 incl.
No. 3 to 8 incl.
No. 3 to 10 incl.
doted Apnl 77,  1973.
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   LIMITED
EQUIPMENT
AUTHORIZATION   CHART
FOR   BRIDGES and CLEARANCES
DESCRIPTION and DEFINITIONS
CHIEF    ENGINEER
CHART NO
I
ALL
REGION
ALL
DIVISIONS ^—                          -^—
V
(l/7A/?r £7yD         J>*re  **fss**£
4*/f.    37, /97J
SUBDIVISION
DIF^I
. - ■. . .   . ■ i
FREIGHT   CAR
HEAVY
DUTY
_ 7 . . „
CRANE    AND  /              RY
_i
<
cr
a
Plx:
cr
<
o
c
__i
UJ
00
UJ
o
_i
<
cr
*
TO .
-i   .i   —|   -    •*
kc
h-UJj
II
MAXIMUM    GROSS    W
EIGHT   POU
NDS
20|23
or |
L  to
e J75
s ,
t
I00
I50
160
20
0
o
o
o
CM
o
o
o
N
o
o
o
o
CM
CM
UJ
LX
O
o
o
o
o
CM
CM
o
o
o
rO
to
CM
1
o
o
in
to
IO
o
o
o
CM
o
Lf)
SER   .
.
z i^-T-rr*
to  tn — pQ
to itnUJ,<:f<
< i<friOO
a_ J£Lu_i£rcr
i . 1	
r
¥
o
C\l
rO
I  CM  I
I
o .
:   O
CM
!
l
— |f\ ■--■   v.
— !-
ro—                 o
3 [Oin| j,
:;E21^
I   1
\ /
VANCOUVER    DIVISION
■ .?  -  \
■
I
-
1          1
'
v
CASCADE             109.G   to   129.0
. I0C0   SPUR           0.0      to   3.2
.T
jrJ
I
Y
.,
.
-■
 . ,
;
A
i
i
! x
x.L _
2        Xj
/ \
1
,
i
i
I
VANCOUVER Ferry    ) Pier A1 (1968)
Apron & Approach ) Pier A 3(1954;
WESTMINISTER 0.0      to   8.4
WHARF _ New Westminister off the
1
"1
III      ,11
1 r 1    1"; 1    1
2 ! 2 ! 2]2
117
T'T
1
1
1
1
1
i     11 :111   1   1
2 ! 2 j 2
2
2
—r—    - -
x       ,
Tt t|
1
1
1
1
1
1
1   I  1  i 1      1
T        *
•    --
r
i
■■
T
1
XI
~ i 'JTt
|
15
X    X
1 x
: x i ; x
X    X    X    X
>
G.N.R. Lead a  Spur.
a N-    DIVISION
TON    SPUR _     __[_
i
*     |     |     t —
1
4 -*
i
|
i
-
1
r
-
I              I
.          -- f              +              +
!     i     f
I
T    T
i
V                   V
A         \       A
|       |       !
1   -1
.        i                ..1
LAKE   COWiCHAN   o.C     +c   I8.u
.D0RT  AlBERNJ    . O.o   Jo   38.8
CTOCKE'T-WELLCOX   SPUR
L
X   X
I
■ I
■
-        ' —
X   ::
XXX
..   i
I    .     .
!                   1
_„     t   t.
x   I ,
X
f,2J   3 	
T    T
I
4     >'
2L.
1    4     -i                           |
f VICTORIA                   0.0    tg   70.0
t
VICTORIA                  70.0 to   I33.7
.     i9'.  '. - -
' 8
I
.:.!...    i     .    .
X   »   7 ' -7 T
1
6
12
. T
.T4
7
7
; 7                     1 X    >     X .
f : jo
7
:  -
' 7 '
X    X
7
X     E     X
XX'.     7
■
i        EJ..2                             ...                          1
..L.LCOX   Ferry Approach 8 Apron
(1954)
F C.C.i.    STEAMSHIPS
I
1. •   i.'. i
.14,15:
2   2    2    2
2
T   T
1
1
1 J
-.1.     .     M--   ■     r
1.1,1
1     1           1
-
i
!    ....
E      .
.
.     .
•
BARGE   NO. 4
I
X
|.X;X,X,.X,                                          I
I a	
X     X
[ PRINCESS    OF   VANCOUVER
\
i       ;       1       L__L__
|
: : i i ■: :
..  t      .-.    jm, iH^-.iljS|ip'   <
x . k
■I      i      i
L.J    1
■           .-.;,,.■                 .       .^,.-..,.                  ,
-R—r                                 .i*v'!V'/'
:    :'';..
E -   h   and avoio shock; on centre
|                                                              | 8 |30mph.Br.!4.0        '"_...        2..,^a^;2
DRfr^O DRF3S     ' E ,        ,r
Supervisor
A V Gjertsen
Assistant Supervisor
N S Humphrey
Assistant Supervisor
Victoria
Tel (604) 383-1104
CPRail
Office of the Supervisor
Customer Service Centre
Pier 'B' 200 Granville Street, Vancouver, BC V6C 2R3
Tel (604) 665-3161 or Zenith 2525
Telex 04-53461
December 27, 1978
File:  E.N. Marr F751125
A.D. Watson D550
B
To Whom It May Concern:
Re:  Notification of arrival on eight (8) carloads
of transformers and parts at Coquitlam, B.C.,
during March 1975, consigned to B.C. Hydro and
Power Authority, Meridian Substation near loco,
B.C.
In accordan
:e with Canadian Car
Demurrag<
2 Rules
5 and
Charges tariff C
.T.C.
No.
3, the
adv
ice c
3f arrival
date listed
on form 121 is
the same
date
as "ac
:tual
placement",
whic
h is
as follows:
Advise
id
Car Number
Arrived
and/or
Placed
CP 303213
19K Fri March
21st
7K
Sat
March
22nd
304649
it
tt
tt
tt
tt
303589
it
it
it
tt
tt
304525
ii
Wed
26th
Thu
27th
301158
it
it
it
tt
tt
309966
it
it
it
»t
it
BCH 201
ii
•i
tt
H
tt
CP 303598
it
Thu
27th
Mon
31st
Due to the length of time that has elapsed since the
above shipments took place, it is not certain to whom
notification was personally directed.  However, at
time of placement, and on several occasions thereafter,
positive verbal notification of arrival (via telephone)
was given to either Mr. G. Francis and/or Mr. H. langton
of the B.C. Hydro and Power Authority.
I^XU~rW\
Signed by Mr. Jim Brown, Station Agent at Coquitlam, B.C.
at time of above shipments and currently Mobile Supervisor
for the office of Customer Service Centre, Vancouver, B.C. CPRail
internal Correspondence
Date    \;iI[12T?3G,   Kay 8,   1975
From    Mr.  R.   J.   Shepp
To    Mr. A. D. Watson
File:  1277 (Fed. Pioneer)
&    1501 (Fed. Pioneer)
Please note copies of bills of lading and a letter from
I-Ir. R. K. Foote concerning demurrage assessments on loads
BCH 201 and CP 309966.
The reason the claimant was not informed of the restriction
is that he only requested clearance information to Coquitlam.
You nay "wish to investigate and advise what answers or
relief, if any, can be provided in this instance.
7?TTTTTTX^^
Superintendent of Transportation
IForm 102-R HIMIISir  COLUMBIA   HYfMJO   ,\ni.   POWER   AUTHORITY
COPY
CP. ?,AiL
Di*fTi.;r I* Scnnt_nr
Marker: 3 ani 5c!st
File #   .. .- 	
VANCOUVER, CC.
—
District Manager
Marketing & Sales
Suite 700 - 200 Granville St.
Vancouver, B.C.
Attn: Mr. G.X. Bates
June 9, 1975
07\s_d£/>^>£. fl#,l<jrSV*-l~<sL^        /^ti
Detention Charges CP 309966 & BCH 201
''
■
Dear Sir;
We do not feel that the B.C. Hydro is entirely at fault
in the delay in off loading these two cars.
The cars arrived in Coquitlam on the 26th of March 1975
and should have been forwarded to loco Townsite for off loading.
This was the delivery point for our order and according to Federal
Pioneer, the manufacturer of the transformers, dimensional clearances
to that point had been obtained from CP through the Winnipeg office.
We were advised by CPR in Coquitlam that they would not
permit these cars to go over the Noons Creek bridge as maximum
capacity was 263,000 pounds. This caused additional delays in
lo ating suitable off loading facilities.
The cars were finally spotted at the Buckerfield Spur and
off loaded to temporary base but only after we obtained advice from
the B.C. Telephone Co. that the overhead tru k lines could be raised
sufficiently to allow safe passage of the transformers.
1 am enclosing a photostat copy of the Bill of Lading for
your information.
In view of the foregoing I feel we should be permitted
some relief on these charges.
Yours very truly,
4   / /. '
\
cc:  Mr. R. Le Beuf, CPR / '
D. Sillars
H. Langton
Purchasing Services Supervisor ■ ■■■ -'.        .   »  '
■:i~  v •*        . >
/"\
-f\
■ - • _     QUIDDlMfZ    I nC0«_.Cl4nnT    POQM    mu»» be leqibl>' '.id in, in Ink. in Indelible Pencil.
^TA ,««0    jnirriUVJ    V/,iUlI\      JtlV/tvl     I VJ'Ai'JI or in Carbon, and retained by tho Agent.
-,'{i?'^",*' Approved by the Board of Transport Commissioner:, for Canada by General Order No. 792 of 22nd January. 1954.
$5&*   for optional alternative use by railway companies subjeet to its jurisdiction.
J^ «'>»ucd «t Shipper', Ke-.uest Shippor's Nn 6  ll003
^"       'J L^"     CAKADIMi FACIFIC RAILVI2T	
M_$t
(SAME  OT   CARRIER)
RECEIVE, subject to the classifications and tariffs in effect on the date of issue of this Stripping Order
at WINNIPEG. Man..     APRIL    26th \_    7$
4653?
From FEDERAL P1QNEEB UM5TE!
the goods dc.eribed below, in opporc.it good order, except as noted (content? ond condition uf contents of packages unknown), marked, consigned and dcr.tincd os indicated below, wh.ch soid Carrier a-jrecs to corr. to its ust'cl place of delivery at said destination if served by it, otherwise to dc'iver to enotner carrier on the roulc
to   soid   destination.   \Scc   reverse;   side   for   term*   ond   condit\on^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^■■^
Consigned to      BRITISH COLUlffilA HYDRO & POVSR AUTHORITT
l«»lt.  »O0RESS—NOT FOR   PURPOSES  Of   OEi-IVERTl
MERIDIAN SUBSTATION
Destination-
Route	
COQITTTTA^       ERUISH-COLSBIiL
CPR
NEAREST __________    TOGO OIL REFINER!
 Car No.  BCH 201
No.
DESCRIPTION OF  ARTICLES  AND SPECIAL MARKS
TRAIISF0R1E3R & PARTS
ONLY TRANSFORMER # 6   1*003-1
WEIGHT (Stib'ect
to Correction)
CHLT PALLETS RADS, FANS Cc FAN ERACEET
ONLY PALLET RADS
-\j *3   Sail a- vfr* ** ■
xas/cw
x>
LESS FREE EFACIS
y
TOTAL WEIGHT:
1
1
PPACT ESCCP.UIT, # K^Zl? ^	
Icoact rscordsr E22r& net bo rccovedTratil slilp^srii
-*V\-t desuiroticrji _ exaninod ty custOESEo
DO NOT HUMP       DO NOT HUMP
jp^ ^ \__v__ ___ m®
9 ,0-
'^1   ?S AjJl'dllXHCr 5 COUPLES TO   BE DONSnHJITftmSSS-iaRfc-
^
'te*
-iSCCtf
so^2°
isa arrived
If charges are to be prepaid
write or stamp here,
~« be Prepaid."
*" J
PREPAID /
VeIus of Shipment
For use only when said goo
are carried by Motor.Carri
SSfy? c.o.d.
If Collect on Delivery
Amount S	
Fee - - - $	
Total - - S	
Cust. Order No.
317 S8U
Our Invoice No.
Del. Slip No.
£7126-27
FEDERAL PiONEER LIMITED, Shippers    ,«
rcr^'
S.VJiner-an
C.P.R&iltrciy
J3^ Agent must^dc'racb^and, retain this  Shi;
Order and  muir'isig'n itho-' Original bill of l.~ p)
FA.SU if*   ui "f!
105"     kdnail     ",0
C:   ICE COPY CT WAYBiU.
0
0*
H«S
m
r**>
l.-IIS
c
** :;rinsT scales
C V?   I fcl ITIA LS   A N D   NUMBER
BCH 2 0   I
§:U
conr.n'.NEE
AIID
Aoontss   	
'       AT   STOP
n-'N        i    C.L.   TRANSFER,'
M/MBF.RS
GROSS
3020
r nombkawvv
£*Q!tttLjft?*£4j "!52^^"!»l!4'.rEG'"PW°'l6«E| t'niCClHY TitSNSI'-^:
A*R 2^775 £0       j
TLAM BC
PROV.  CM  STATE
I-OLITE    (SHOW   EAC*   J:jUC ION    AND   CAH'CICIP    IN    ROUTE    r?«|cf:»    TO I       V**'"     I"
DESTINATION   OF   'aavicIlli j       -b,'.:.'•.
RtCONSIGNEO TO
AU THORITY
c
PROV    OR   STATE     RWC
i ROM   STATION    NiUMWEH   -V   NAME
ACTUAL-
ORIGIN
(
BILL
(
FULL   NAME   OF   SHIPPER"
PHiOV    OR   STATE
LL5200      WIM3TPEG MAN
FEDERAL  PIONEER LTD G 4W3
MiTflSfl ^CUiMGlA 'HYDRO I   PC££R
Ai.TH0.~JTY ?TRIG I An SIJ3STATI0N
NEAREST PA I LSI 01 KG   ICC0 OIL REFIUCRT^' W4S,LL -™=E *»° -™ — Bt—
J      AND      DATE;.      ORIGINAL     CAR.      •PANIFtfl      r-RFICHT      fill-..      *NL>
FINAL  DESTINATION   AND   ADDITIONAL   ROUTING
If {.MiO-i.ES   *(-E  TO   L'E   PPt*»A'3   .VRUE
OP   STAMP   NF.PE      IC   BE   PREPAID'
•VS. IC-'   a^ -tt r'i£>, t   _,.**••»•
OR   WEIGHED   *S   BCLQ*
INSTRUCTION.^   il.i:G»JONr,   il .Nu    VENTILATION.   MfcATtNr,,   NnUINS.   WEIGHUNr,   ETC.   .F   ICED  SPECIE   TO  WHOM   ICING
Si-'JULD  RE   rnAOr.EDl
DO NOT H*/M° DO NOT HUMP
SWITCH IWG -  CStfLiHG TO SE m*t VUTH
.EXTREME CARE
WHEN SHIPPER IN
UNI'ED S'ATES FXE-
CUTJES THE HO Rf-
COURSE CLAUSE CF
SFCTIOP1 7 OF THE
BILL cr LA3ING
INSERT   "YES"
TARIFF   REFERENCE
alloaance
Ml: 'lA i|."Vw«iH H  OW   ' 'i'*£IC  I     ^ JT '.-■ cUl a ■ 1   -.. W A • I BEST;   R R.   NO        DtLST.  ZO%L    ! IF   mo*;n<»  ?*   ' A   *   :  'O  FCLI0.V    BASiS  s ->'-.'.                                 _   L __.  .
M|:^M''?£a ^    j   AR      i     ^Cl2S      0'    ZA    I ISTI.MTED FWSNT CHMSM  MSK        , >«fl * Q-fV) LSg
LllJj^UlJlii.v 3   ! ! ESTIMATED      s    «-^-»u   t,vj>.v:
nccroionriv   nr   mnn   re    Ann   m«bi.c ..'jr:.-uT           i   ' "  I                  HATE                                ronr_uT              i          AO\ ANCtb                        --, -. ... --, ...   ,-,            ■*.*•■ •''■- *
3
55
<*
DESCPIPTiON   OF   ARTICLES   AND   MARI-.S
FREIGHT
PREPA.O
TO KSTOWEff * PARTS 60000 W/C TCFCLL'C^ PREPAID
J  0?!LY TRANSFORMER  **£ £033-1 ;
2 ONLY PALLETS HA0S FA.4S ft FAN BRACKET
T ONLY PALLET RADS
LESS F??EE  B^ACIMG   TOO*?
If/PACT nECC~0Ef? K &2^1l
IMPACT REC0K0ES R»3T*KQT 3E REMOVED:UfJXTR
SHPT HAS ARRIVED AT DES"'
SURCHARGE
OR
DISCOUNT
fe
■; r R A c t ' n N f
OF   FftTE
*.>■ 5e>3.$M.    Mm      im    3/fl    io\   3/po
J*>3&&}- -3Stei     %m   3/.if.    p/ 3/90
4+7   3/PP   ff3 3/BS
4«r?   3/9fi. te$ 3/$S
1103
« tOl   31 bb
t?3o^hh 31 bb
^SV-7
VSV7-
V^t-7
_________ cbdi
IK 3/i?/
7K 3/W
7K 3/^?/
?0* 3/pb
do K 3/£b
3OK 3/pl>
^blH    %K   3/91
f9>". ft^c^ifii^U ■
c CPRail
internal Correspondence
H
Date
From
To
/Jy/f7f
,~ ... Jr'ir'ftring      y
4/a^-^ y*-7/7
Form 102A-R I       ,D   INITIALS
CAR
NUMBER
tons    TONS   special
COHTSI*.   CAPS
DESTINATION
STATION NAME
CONSIGNEE
:E7C':
STATION   NO,
109  05/18/9   1434
FR04 6
VANCOUVER   BC       MAY   18   1979
MANAGER   CAS   ACCOUNTING....MONTREAL
i
....CONVERSATION  DATE  WITH   BARBARA  PRICE....
TO  SUPPORT  EVIDENCE   IN  PENDING   COURT   CASE  FIRST  WEEK  OF   JUN
WILL   APPRECIATE  RECEIVING  RUN  RECORD   INFORMATION   ON   THE  FOLLOWING
I
r!
CARS   ESTABLISHING  THEIR  MOVEMENT   FROM   9S0O  TO   9S84   ON   OR   AR
I
MARCH  EIGHTEENTH  TO MARCH  TWENTYSECOND   ...1975
BCH 201
CP 3099SS
CP 304525
CP 301158
CP 303218
CP 304S49
CP 303589
CP 303598
OUND
|j I   >RMATI
ON
•
0
Dl
UJ A
a. w
h-
z
0
X
u.
ooc
III
III
01
a.
u
li
a.
z
0
Ifl
z
^2
0%
tt z
go
u 2
D Q     I
Q K
Z 0
oti
U K
i
HANKS
BRIAN   SKELTON
CAR CAR
INITIALS        NUMBER
vovo
TOMB      TONS     SPECIAL
CONTEI.T  IAS*       ITEMS
DESTINATION.        cestm. wo.    a.   oilcttim CO. co   I
STATION NAME      at air jcr.   *   onmicr.  " *
5ETOU
STATION NO,
CC  I  C  COLES TERMINAL   CARLOAD   MOVEMENT   SUPVR
VANCOUVER   YARD   OFFICE
VANCOUVER.
I
i
PHOTOSTAT   COPIES   OF   ABOVE  RECORDS   WILL   BE  MAILED  DIRECT
TO YOU.
. ,::.:::
ON
h
0
DL
UJ
a.
h
55
z
0
u
I
0 A
LU
CC
iL IS
530
113
VANCOUVER BC
05/18/9
1434
MAY
18 1979
MANAGER CAR ACCOUNTING....MONTREAL
..CONVERSATION
l SUPPORT EVIPEN
VTIL APPRECIATE RECEIVING RUN RECORD INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING
CARS ESTABLISHING THEIR MOVEMENT FROM 9600 TO 9684 ON OR AROUND
MARCH EIGHTEENTH TOlMARCH TyENTYSECOND . ..1,975
BCH 201
309966
304525
30^1158
303218
304649
303589
303598
CC
TO
i
DATE WITH BARBARA  PRICE.
IN PENDING COUR^  CASfe
FIRST VE£K OF JUNE
J L
CP
CP
CP
CP
CP
CP
CP
THANK
BRIAN SKELTON
PHOTOSTAT C
T C COLES
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER.
O^IE
YOU.
S OF
VOVO
terminal carload
yard office
ABOVE RECORDS wl
L BE
MOVEMENT SUPVR
MAILED DIRECT
0
a.
ui
ce
i-
cn
<f>
z
0
u
<
cc
t-
h
I
(3
LU
a.
u.
• Sfmc,.
Number ■
094 Est l©£
0943 70 ■.
1 0943130C
Q9$3£ior.
0943 70C
hfSf fit 20C
j TSFfc 3(K
' soc
1200(120
~ar      I1 .
ptn-r
TSF* 30C   -*0
094 7180022 0
0947230CJ 900j
094 771001300
G947l3Oqi60J
0947l9Oq2400i
09 53140019001
09531903J 20flj
0953i  4001000)
39 531100
2 3O0
120012 OCX
6 33   S33J
3
626
634
TSP*  70012 DO!   ###
l2odl230i        33
*6 5312031 3 3
R6 52   500   60
ldOqi300f
006 714002 400i
S384  9odllOOJ
6oq soo
«6 19230324 0}
96 1712001 7 OOj
j
 12 Od 1200)
*614170GJ   100)
120012 00
830   3001
4352
4830
24
862 5
od
21C02J.
800 "3 001
1    j
603   6031
R6 '923002 4 30
772001703
1.200(12 301
P    14U70G]   100   i
21
24
8625
202F
203F
501
508
510
D8
8CH   000510
TT
IR
CA
■  ution
Number
82oO
82 00
73 30
63 25
6300
5600
5195
5198
CN
5200
5198
52 00
5o00
63 00
63 25
-TT5TT
32 30
9500
9533
96 30
52 00
CN
36 3 8
96 42
374 3
9744
9740
?7 30
3C Ff
9730
9740
9744
9740
Oate .
82 00
7330
6325
6300
5600
5200
"5T95-
5198
CN
5198
9684
3
5200
5600
6300
6325
7330
32 33
95 00
9533
9600
96 34
96 84
9723
96 34
3717
97 03
BCUL
9633
9642
9480
9733
9742
9744
9 733
9733
8CE"
9730
9742
9744
2CJ  9733
973)
9 733
®aJ* I B Code
21L
18L
18L
20L
20
19F
20L
8LT
9L
J
MiisajMg
fiats   j?
7.91
7.91
7.91
M
3.79
3.79
173.3
147.4
110.4
266.0
133.1
173.3|
139.1
125.7
128.3
233.4
10.6
10.6
5<>
Sub-Total S.
iotat Per Car
2286
21.3!
21.83
21.81
aT*
8.41
8.41 "5'ujj.ooo
4wO
900
9u3i000
kluOji 70 0
.700
!uj
300
towOljOO
9*3^12001
12^01
R*o<_L7jOJ20oO
ft<m<2 iuOi
T3Z972UU0
AaC1>«:3uO
Rac2o
H^qj.i4jO
RotjiOv> J
ftt.4^: luO
Ov 5V 2u OITJD
0aio-ti.^o0|i.800
090-r^UuO
OaO-t   3u0
11 Oy o*
7\j\J
9^0il4J0
C9 5*iW0ldO J
JtJy^-r^OuO^JUU
O'jJt   IjO   ouj
G93-*j 3u011J
lji-\c5*Qi
ttlUfl
12U 0*1200
ToF-v. 3o Oj 4 J 3
0vt/i8o0k233
0,t/£3v0( 9j0[
Cy-Wil^OjOuO
!0>4713v0,i600
09*71.9j02t0
u*3->*.4v>019uC
0*^19^0   2u0
C> jj>   4J 0L 33 0
[09571 lu 3 ZC J 0
i2oO£0U0
Oo 7.. i 40
I- ___J<_ i-Oj
Co  7<-«. 7u
i*>7<_
CS* 3*     7 J
Ci Di_.lu
0*P*rl60
09 5*2 lu
C9 Dt i. j j
l 0»54 : ouOjl^Ou
.200
5»49
82.9
5.49
233.4
128.3
125.7
139.1
173.3
147.4
232.4
11.9
137.3
r
233.4
128.3
125.7
139.1
173.3
147.4
110.4
266.0
Sub-To«3: &
Total Per Car
25
.2
3787
7.71
7.71
Las-  Car
Number duU*lUl«*l   & ', JOfo.  (   Arr.    |   Report  ]       Car | "i \<\ "_
■Tfgrr..   . -       NMfcbei. I    Num. Ra 	
2J*T7*iuJ^-»0 0[
>» 5jI«u. 31 i J v. 1 .     I
ntnrr
kWHZ
I o*
I0*
3-5
2t   1^01  900
o^iSwOCZlOO
o-t-t-iwOJJ 400
to i a»# 3j2 0 3 0
tk.t-.-0   100
to   >o3   oOO
4wlUO|1530
i.2^0a5T3l
4617
3411
3411
7097
0637
9852
3900
1=>00<     158
10u|
*j»2oiJE_0|l2 JO! 6311
IZjOJI
li t»   a. 0   300
1*4*   9-OgOOO
, 174* L ■*_. 0
;2*J?   9j01200
' Roo»l4-dL9oO
ToF-s.   *uO  900
65o4
9932
2287
4024
9819
3655
4201
Tif-<lo«i01900
!   <wOt dOOi 3074
jTif.-v    «rv 0
lT5f<i.3o
teXTiisyia
Go37   iuO
-. z- . Z. .
;Tjfu2v
t7o
oa.6
ai
Ok
3d
31
Oo 3123
dJO: C947
433* 4647
OuOl 3533
7O0> 8998
Co3 8008
703i **#*#
7u0t    300
9O0;
OOi  ##*#
5
43
CP 30321b
^3 ST 2 J    Train   !   _*o.
Arr.
IrJIgm ••
Car
r_Wi
UeparU
Station
Numbctr
Uep.
Station
Arr.
i
!
••;;•
MuejQe
L*d^aitea  Mileage
Total Per Car
rE-"-       1
>Svm&.   . ;~ne
Time       .'...                    -      -          ,£> c
j»„
O i:           \uciic.
_
E
L
■
'
	
JL£uQ
1200
304648
ZB
1203
3
3188
3
L
■
-i
I
: 194*-£100
194*j Z*iO
100
700
2311
6597
;a
1202
1250
3
4
1250
1325
4
4
L
L
83.9
1C5.1
1
09 33« A/0
l)~9^9ilk>0
ldjo!
9949
2317
:a
;a
1325
4
4
2184
4
L
249.0
2000
2184
2320
4
L
39.2
09 ^i.i ZjO
1000
4173
:a
2320
5
3205
5
L
341.0
1
" 4jlzl0u0
1100
####
rr
3205
5
3204
5
L
7.C
l
ToFrUioO
1200
05 07
n
32 04
5
3183
5
L
7.3
\
T;>F<         1
j            l&JO
430
rBDU
1600
3 094
FT
*A
*0
3138
11
3186
11
L
i
1.2
3188
3185
5
3188
3165
5
10
L
L
10
12j0
4O0
40 0
430
13
38
50
1203
3
11
3138
11
11
L
i
f.
313o
CN
|_
1               iJ-J
10 JO
13
*
IR
C\
21
3443
21
E
E
4*36| 7o0
1200
r*r*#*
:a
3440
22
3422
Z2
E
14.1
.-■
Ro dj i. 3o0
150 0
3489
9553
:a
:a
3422
3435
22
22
3435
4300
22
23
E
E
36.5
162.4
Rtui loO
7j:
5o85
6463
:a
:a
4330
4335
23
24
4235
' 4 35 3
23
24
E
b
136.4
|']R2^;>i2j0 2"OjO
7wOl   7JJ
57.9
4008
*C
4350
25
4350
25
E
[   *           12^01200
DB
4 3 50
31
3430
31
L
hi
2J n
6535
CA
4 350
30
4 33 5
30
L
T
3.08
57.9
1302
.o              5.5
1
12J0
930
8
30-+649
F
TR
TR
3200
CO
8
CN
3200
27
3
F
L
l   .,                                 ^  U
4
CN
i2oJ
1230
3/7/
DB
J>Zi,0
5
5200
5
L
!TiFNl2uO
1403
4346
TT
3200
3
3 19 0
8
L
3.9
|<TsF*J 2^0
2 Jo
4353
TT
3193
9
3180
9
L
3.9
j 0-i Uj •  oj 0
15J0
3926
:a
3180
9
4300
9
L
292.6
|il0*63tOj0
19<j0
2j )J
5443
6266
CA
4300
4335
9
9
^35
4370
9
9
L
L
iJC.I
| 09oj«r:oo 0
CA
129.9
63 0
7008
:a
4370
9
5002
10
L
251.2
j 0*o j    7ji)
14 Jo
0878
:a
5002
10
5C75
10
L
293.4
|11 39o?tW0
Lb Ju
2558
:a
5075
1C
5200
10
L
125.7
TiH    2o 0
e.00
3^+50
TT
520 3
11
5195
11
L
.0
7o0
700
400
7973
3494
4A
TT
5195
5195
11
12
5 19 5
5200
11
12
L
JTorrt   3o0
L
.0
duO
aJO
8008
*A
5200
13
52J0
13
L
lt-,0
80 3
DB
3^00
5
5230
13
L
iOuO
1030
3029
ftb
52o0
14
5 20 0
14
E
TjF\t3oO
dtCO
3641
n
5200
14
5196
14
E
.0
TiF\i8uO
TiF^2jjO
23001  ##;*#
TT
5193
14
14
5200
51* a
14
14
E
E
*
.0
[ttJO
3649
TT
5200
.0
24^0
2-t JO
72
*
ID
5193
14
CN
14
E
'
»t0o0
20 0 0
43
*
'jlR
CN
ie
5198
13
L
L£-J 0
T^Fn   4o0
12jj
50 0!  3 321
	
_
3B
TT
5200
5198
18
15
9o84
5 200
18
19
L
■ *■'•
2 '
1
.c
'  ■
'
Oy ji. iJj 0
1333   3823
:a
5200
19
5600
19
L
133.1
C* Ji73o<J
I80C   7383
;a
5600
19
63)0
19
L
2t6.Q
09o*i9w0
2100!  3812
:a
6303
19
6 32 5
19
L
110.4
-
j
] Last c*r      ^        CP       304649
— I5y0lL500
3L>7o£-%jO   ^CJ
!7>F<iAiOiL^OO
[TSTk1 __*&r_i J3
T*f<   SwOi   9 30
 j 0
3c J.L-.00
[*>734aBaJLooo
T3F\
lay
31
_30
kirf
OiL
^ -i 3
iJLr
i
:jo
*.!-.
JL
_ jo
TjF •%
-io
a
"33
tjr-.
i;J3
O* 2.
j-_j
0!
-> <j :j
Or* -.»
*o
-
-33!
0'1» c »
fc.OU
31
3 J3
■3* t-
1 -»w Oic
. 301
-*_ ;j    7,j
a
i jji
rit .>.>    j->
31
^3 0!
so
J
_ Jji
i_J
01
ijj
i>o
3)1
L  J)0J
EH 4 7 ISu
:~
.03!
0* t    i |
0i L
.301
a JO
L» **? Ijkl
l*)4*'law
Qfc
900j
1* -"iil
Ji
. j J;
OS * _ .. io
3^
:>3J!
0'* 7 7 i tw 3*.
. 30J
uj/liij
0'
^ JO!
ik*£.j .. -.
a
4 00
L*
j
2 J 0|
iooi
■
- J J!
j
*>3<.£3oO{L
:>00!
0* lO *. JO
OILooO
StJj _i_
OjL
z>jO\
flste
3.08
147.4
173.3
139.1
125.7
128.3
.233.4
3.9
2*2
291.4
136.4
129.9
251.2
293^4
12 5.7
08
~P—i04651
 I —
33.4
14.8
2*2
3.9
24.2
3.9
133.1
266.0
115.3
123.8
11.8
110.4
147.4
173.3
120.1
94.7
1C7.7
137.6
99.1
2693
2612
5.55
5.55
... Totai fet car -   I   I _ —
■*" Tra -
ar            t
■-       ^eoart.
1 1 «fi     Station
<ija«-     Ssimber
Dep.
D«ta
Arrival
Station
Number
A::.
;e
tt  Mile           '        S,'t>-Tmal  ft
Total Per Cai
- '■
5VW&-                           *   |   Nwbcs* '    dumber      5
'-■:-'■-   1   "   C=cv
-        1        E
L
E
A-tl.3
i
ltoJi              303597
00   Tm8
25
PC
25tM
t         1
1400|  T
Ht THB
25
PC
25JEl
l^EUO
1900
JO  *C
27
CO
ThB
CNW
27L
. _ 3
1100
303593F
II co
211
100
Jt* CNW
9
SOO
9E
I**- 3
ltOOi        66?                  *IR  SCO
li
5215
Ilk"
| 0*4i|   .  .
200 3! 65322 ,
A)         CA  5215
11
5200
uiE
65.0
T j r \ ». 3u 3
1300'  3517
FT  5200
12
13
5202
12E
.0
1   Tj.-s         . Jl^JO     #***
TT   rZ02~
32 J5
13?
.0
II T*F\ jl^j. Oil 230!  3 56a
TT   ;i35
13
5200
13E                                             .0
T.>F^t-~0j2t„j:  36**9^                    TT   5200
TSF<iAa3£300J  iC.fl                    TT  5198
14
5153
14£
.0
14
5200
14jE
.0
TjF.\t^ OLtOO   3641                      IT   5200
14
5 1*6
14E
.0
t-H*324j3         73
*I0   5193
•ltd o.n
14
25
o N
5 WS~
14JE
^^JiZ^l         34
23L
i.^0[1230:                                 Dfl  5230
21
9664
21L
'
T>^    _^ 0
3 j 3)  3 0t4                      TT  519 3
24
5200
241
m    *
c}9 Jiiic Jlo-j J   3 0^7                     CA   52oO
J* Ji.i to 3^3 J 3   7 455                      CA~ToJ0
^4
24
5ou0
33,0
24L
24L
A.  Z    1   4
k   J.
C.Ol»4
,   —
0* j*.     .3
403   3 365                      CA   z;03
^5
ci^.5
2:>t
•...-<
,   -1
ij 0* j.   _ 3
700   984 J                     CA  :325
25
7333
25L
-   -   '   *
*
a 0* j i   ~„ 0
lloJ    0c3l                      CA   7330
25
6210
254.
*      2. *
*
| 0*oo   __ 3
600]   7 133                     CA-  3203
26
9500
26L
2*   '<
__
0*o3   =aJll4jo   7133                     CA 9503
26
26
95o3
9600
26L
26L
-i   w   ^   «
, 7
O* O J i. i-w. O
21o0j 3461                     C«E 9533
i     1   ,
, _\
f    O* Z>_> t . 0
6001  to74                     CA  jjcjO
26
9 6 34
27LT
cl2-<
~
U^J
6'jJ                                   _3   5^.00
21
7oc4
^7l             2.79
1521
.7
3.95
^3
1600               ^j35^*F   1«. :;oo
00
^i73
26E
-»»* 0
louJ:  33*3
400         2 Of
CA  3173
*iii   3479
1
3
3479
TH8'"
3€
53.9
."-3
1703                                   JO' TH6
3
PC
36
t.— ** J
kilJOl                                           JJ5   PC
5
THB
5L
k*0
3^Jj        4J                  *I*f TH6
5
3479
51
* _. 3
123JJ
22j3    3339
D8f 3430
CAf ^479
5
5
2662
3 1 73
5L   1 _    j
!|!j Rti_ IIUO
5i                   ;;.^
ijj 0* i_c   ^_ 0
9 )0j 3735-                     CAf 3173
6
2666
61                         19 7.;
jij Aoo 7 _._.-.* 3
I5o0^ 9914                      CA| 2666
6
2712
61                         j **.£
(ij R» 7t i . J
l3u3i  8841                    CA; 2712
8
^632
34.                            = _.;
i.wO
t  Rt73A^0
L3-3!                                 DB| 3430
2030! 8co-*                     CAi 2632
5
10
26o«i
2 712
61
13E                                       62.2
P. Rood *w3
1303;  8369*                    CAJ ^712
L200   9 05-+                     CAj <:6o6
11
2666
HE                                       47.6
|   ^Ji»    5^0
12
3173
12t                                     197.0
{ Rt^o   j*- 0
oo J
30^j                     CA  3173
#*#*'                    TT' 5480
13
3460
13E                                        53.7
7iF<        1
500
14
3479
14E                                             .0
3C.0
i-^a 0
1
5o J
131                    *10* 3479
14
14
TH6
PC
I4t
14£
203 0!                                    JiM THB
2Jb 3
2ou0
i                          J
T                            Jtt ThB
14
PC
l%   i      1
P      3S35 39
J
o
 J (>EU   /     1_.   HV
CPRail
Internal Correspondence
Date   WINNIPEG, June 30, 1975
From   Mr. Co L. Curtis
To   Mr* R. K. Foote
File Nos. 1277 FecLPio.
1501 Fed.Pio.
Reference your letter of April 29, file J. FEDPI0IC3,
concerning demurrage assessed B. C. Hydro and Power
Authority on a movement of transformers. The charges
assessed amount to as follows:
CP 309966 -
BCH 201
Demurrage
Detention
Demurrage
Detention
Total
$ 650.00
2,589-11
700.00
2,780.90
$6,720.00
Clearance information was requested and established
to Coquitlam as shown on the bill of lading.  In
compliance with this, our Yard Office at Coquitlam
placed the car as close to loco Oil Siding near
Coquitlam as was feasible, considering the weight
of the car.
In conversation with various people on Pacific Region,
they mentioned that they contacted B. C. Hydro and
Power Authority several times regarding these loads
being on hand at Coquitlam, and it apparently took a
considerable length of time before B. C. Hydro was
ready to unload cars at the siding mentioned above.
The demurrage clerk at Pacific Region headquarters
recalls that once or twice in conversation with B. C.
Hydro they mentioned that they were not yet ready for
the transfoiaer. A point of interest is that BCH-201
after being unloaded, returned to Winnipeg for another
..'Lii
V'<-
I *
) identical load to the same consignee at the same
destination and was handled in a like manner without
any delay whatsoever.
There is no reason for granting relief in this case.
P  -/"
.W
Acting Superintendent ' ]
Transportation
! rv
) A* 5 mph and ovoio thocli.on centre
trock only,«rtfh od/ocent  track* clear
rV*3 » WEUCOX barge end * 2'-6"from
the horizontal and botn aprons with a
uniform grade Pier A i porge end
♦ I -6" from the horizontal When load
-mg & unloading the barge or ship a
auffklent number of carv ?2,jOO lb
gro«-s v»1 m.jst be j%ed s; 'hot switcfvno
un-t wl! no* be on jpron Single Dies*
units or a Crane only may be movedj
Movement 5mph  or lets ond core to
avoid thoc* on apron*
Note  2 and separated by one cor
of 142,000 lbs. or less when
using  outside tracks
0RS24,DRF30,DRF3b,
30mph Br  123 0
X DRS 24,DRF30,DRF36
:    mph. Br. 4.7, 12.4
_•' i mph. Br. 4.7,12.4
IC mph   Br.4.7 , 12.4
20 mph   Br. 60.7
- h :-■ • '9,60.7
30rr.pt, Br 47 i, 64 4
20 mph   Br   +0  29.£' , 3t,6
Br   ^        ,64 4
20 mph.   Br. 47.9
16
20 mph   Br 87 2 ,93.0,1132,
Br 123.0,124.1, 131 I
Travel condition pnly Br, 0 69,
1.02   A/C timber
X DPA22
20 mph Br 60 7
DRF 30.DRF36-
20 mph Br. 479
30mph Br 140,35.6
30mph  Br. 124.1
FOR   DESCRIPTION. B   DEFINITIONS   SEE    CHART   I, SERIES    NUMbEh"    SEE   CHART   c,
DATE U   ISSUE
27-04-78
78-02-13
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    LIMITED
EQUIPMENT
AUTHORIZATION   CHART
FOR
BRIDGES  o    CLEARANCES
F    ENGINEER
CHAtv
10
PACIFIC
REi
VANCOUVER" E.ftN
DIVISION DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT AUTHORIZATION CHARTS
The chart covers movement over main tracks and sidings in the
territory specified based on the strength of the bribes and tr.i.E
clearances.  The chart, doer; nnt rover  movement over yard tracks,
unlisted Industrial spurs, or   restrictions, it any, account weight
of rail.
J
The vertical columns show tvpes of. diesel units and classes of
rolling stock. The horizontal, rows show track territories. At the
intersection of a column and a row -
a) a clear space moans that movement is authorized without
restriction insofar as strength of bridges or track clearances
are concerned.
b) X means that movement is prohibited.
c) T means that bridges are adequate ror the movement o*- t»eaw
duty car with capacity load but must be referred to the Chief
of Transportation for clearances, speed restrictions on bridges
or other restrictive requirements.
d) a numeral 1, 2, 3, refers to the nolo   number modifying
authorization.
Speed shown in a note or a more restrictive speed covered by
other Instructions must not be exceeded,
CENTRAL NOTES
DIESEL POWER may consist of coupled units of the same class or different
classes, as. Listed on chart 2, but movement must be in accordance with
the current issue of form CS44 and with the most restrictive instruction
in these charts lor any one class.
New classes of diesel power and all foreign diesel power must be
referred to the Chief of Transportation for authority to operate.  The
Chiel of Transportation will, if necessary, refer to the Chief Engineer
for authorization of movement.
PASSENGER CARS may move over bridges where freight cars of comparable
gross weight are authorized.  Scenic Dome equipment is restricted to
spec[fie rout es.
FREIGHT CARS OVER 37 FEET OUTSIDE LENGTH listed in the current u>rv:
CS39 may move   in accordance-with these charts.
FREIGHT CARS LESS THAN 37 FEET OUTSIDE LENGTH must be referred to the
Chief of Transportation, Montreal, except that cars presentlv listed
in (Si1* and not exceeding a cross weight of 220,000 !b. tnav  ove with
the res'ti let ions shovn in these charts for 220,000 lb. ore cars.
FOREIGN ERLICHJ i.ALS of the same weight and E i mens i ,.ns i.. Company cars
listed in CE!'.). m.i. move witii the saine restrict ions as equivalent
Company cars.
CAiV 11>-1sI to Rimai ite enuinment must have an outside lcpstE o! more
t ban Es feet
cr si:w]
oil . '
ire rest r let ed < 0] *:. I
ii.  I
CARS      ' ■  ■   Ll   ' ■   I'HAN   MAX 1 MOM   t;i ll
.   '     ' ' j-  1
: ! . .      (ars   which
are   pn>h i
!!,■■!    at
in.-] x i mum    Tos;    . ■•  ! ;;h t      honl .1   be     re 1 c ri
ed   '   i   the   i'h i e1    ol    Transport at i i<n
is   i :     ...'.■'   he   [-.oss t b 1 e   to   m, ivc   ; hem   wl
■   ii     i-1 .< ■. -.   we igh 1    is   less   t ban   t he
maxi mum.
CRANF S   Pi 1.    d - i      rs     ci -..-.■.           cr.ai
■    '-   :   -i* If!   i!r i vers ,
cranes   ii|    : ■     1 ' -.:   ton   capac it'.-    ire   rn
p.     ..... ra ted   1 rom  euen   oehei   and   1 rom
.Misr   e<jui  'men i    h\   i v-o   f re1 rhl       irs
l   ..   gross   weight   each   not    greater   than
220,000   lb.   oi    I esse)   we i t-hi   where   at
1 be r1/ed .
Cranes   of   200   to   2r>0   top   capac It
.'   are   to   b.    :u pa ra t ed   f vow)  ot he r
equipment   by   one   car   not    greater   thai
142,00i i   Lb.   gross  weighS .
Cranes,   except    for   sum    ( : ines
in-.l   similar   capacity   equipment,   must
not   make   a   lift   while   standing   on   a   bridge   or   be  moved   over  a   bridge while
carrying  a   load   without   special   authority   from   tin    Chief   Engineer.     This
■ Oso   applies   to   ferrv   approach   spans
and   arreus.
Lidgerwoods   and   spreaders   ma'    mc
vo   6vi r   bridges  where   cars   having  a
gross  wc tg'hi    ■'   177,000   lb.   are  authorized.
New  crane.-    and   foreign   cranes   ran
st   be   referred   to   the   Chiel   of
Transportation   Em    authority   to   opera
ti-.      ice   Chiel   of   [ransportation
will,    if   necessary,   refer   to   the  Chie
f   Engineer   for   authorization  or
move me ii t .
PACIFIC REGION CHART N9.    1
DATED       73-02-13
2
"             78- 02-13
3
'•             78-02-13
4
"             78-02-13
5
"            78-02-13
6
"             78-02-13
7
"             76-0 2-13
8
"             78-02-13
9
"             73-02-13
10
11             78-02-13
78-02-13
'
CANADIAN  PACIFIC   LIMITED
EQUIPMENT
AUTHORIZATION     CHART
FOR    BRIDGES AMD CLEARANCES
DESCRIPTION     «nd   DEFINITIONS
sS/ :^
CHA-3-T NO
PACIFIC
REGION
. .^_   . 	
TL   ' -"''-- -;
ALL DIVISIONS Gtf/ttr jr /O        fore   &/=   /ss«c
.
^7  'j,/9/2
SUBDIVISION
D
I    .V1        p   1   »
FREIGHT   CAR
HgAVY
DUTY
CAR
C R /
^ NE
\CITY     ■1
a    au:
' 100    f   i50
<iL!
■
A R Y
25      TO   I00T0 N      CAP.
■
cr
Q
>-
X
cr
UJ
UJ
to
<
a
**
.r
UJ
T
CJ
1-
CT)
cr
<r
Cj
_J
UJ
tn
UJ
Q
_J
<
o:
H 1 - R A 1 L |                    |CRANE & PILE DRIVER
^ *
16
0
.
CO
o-
UJ
2T
</l —
(/-,LcJ
<tr
au.
tl
OO
l22
or*
U-CT)
QO
<<
OO
era'
MAXIMUM    GROSS    W
EIGHT   POUNDS
SERIAL      NUMB
ER
o
o
o
<\j
o
o
o
fs.
o
o
o
o
CM
CM
UJ
or
O
O
o
o
o
00
CM
o
o
o
CD
CM
OO")
O.T)
cnon
coco
rOrO
C  O
o-
o
o
|T)
rO
o
o
o
CM
O
u
1 ^
g u
y  i  ru
O 1 O
5 i 5
i   i  -a-
6
O
«r
j               ;
2' . 8   p\
OJ    !    CD        OJ
? 1 t j *r
1     '
'     !     .
I o    o   <°
!   cv      N \  ™\
■cr       5   (   ■*
in
1
E.
I        j
 _—_
i
••-
T     -    :      q
v     t >—     q-
VANCOUVER     DIVISION
T
1
1 )       :•
CASCADE             109.6   to   129.0
T
[
I0C0   SPUR           0.0      to   3.2
X
X
X
1
I X      <      >     x
i
1
11      1
VANCOUVER  Ferry    \ Pier A 1 (1968?
1
1
1
1
1
I
2
2
2
2
hi
5
T
T
1
1
1
1
1
l
1 i 1
1
1
■
i
II      1
Apron _ Approach ) Pier A 3(1954]
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
>
T    T
1
1
1
1
1
1
1    !    !
1
1
1
..    ■ 1
!         II
I
i
	
WESTMINISTER  0.0      To   8.4
T
T
I     i    .
WHARF - New Westminister  off the
5 !
X
X
X
x
'■
X .
X
X
X
X    '    A           <
G.N.R   Lead 8   Spur
i
- ~l-   -
1
... .
!
V
E. a N.   DIVISION
,-42    T
X     X
CROFTON    SPUR
X
-T
T
j
'
I
X
X
i    i
1
'
LAKE    COWiCHAN    CC     fo    l8.o
i
- 4-
i
 ,
4-
x
	
X| X
i    !
1
X
X    X     <
-
i               i    i
!      i       i      :      I
1
i
PORT AlBERNI       0.0   io   37 7
,
r
7
r 4s
X,
T
T
8
1 8 I 8    9
|
8
s
- 3
X '   a     X      y
1
!    I
i
"13"
/ICT~RI£                            0.0    to   "70.0
.10    10   17 : 10
II
II
X
T
-r
12
;   |Q
J 3 !    2   .
j
13
<
i  i  i
I
1
i
1
L~ 7r E                          70.0    to 139.7
I
18
X
L
.    ..
i    -
X
X
1       L4L 1
14
14
4    14 j    -
"■|      1
i
i
rVELLCGX   Ferry   Approach u Aaron (195^
i .7X7
I
I
I
2
2
c
-    X
!        i
T
T
1
1
1
1
I     1
! i
i
1   1
1
-   i
|      !
1 I   I  I   1   I  !
I
!        !        !
1
1
i
t
AEU^OX   _SRJP__
I
t     |     !
T
T
1
I
15 ! i5 : ir     3
I
!
i
1
I      J      1
1
!
E CX 5-     S *•   MS "^S
<
" T
""2 "
i
X
1
!
i        ...    -
~r    YC   NO. 4
16
t.
V
\
<
X
i
Kb     -
I
"1"
)
1
: Pn IJCESS   OF   VANCOUVER
t—  ~i	
.
-
1
!   !   i
XX     ,      -
1
■
-
i   1
!    ;    1
u_i	
t
...
__i
1  .
1    !
1    A' 5 mph. and avoia  shock; on centre        3    Note  2 and separated by one car
14
20 mnh   Br. 87 2 .93.0.113.2.        1     i
.   '■ :
.     ''   DE:
,    .     1                    .   -I,       .,.....,..,.       i.  .-        r
i_a_a_
I
f   14
O    pj.
iO
r
-r    If
ice
/. (h p r
- X
iS.g
opj
K ■ 2E &        «r
roach & Apron j
tfl
! 2   2    2    2
X    XX    X
y    y    v     y    v
A        A A       ■ A        A
X . X ' X * X " X ;3 " 3
1     1
iCOUVER
s
V    ;   'V V        v     -   v    22 V
A ■.,. .-A        A-        A        A".       A
*..'       -  -
■U\ 7r?::.-   c^-2 a-roKJ  shock* on centre
-
•- ■/"   • *
SO mph. i
*h adjacent frocks cleor;
/
m-:77l7.7
. barge end - 2*6,.frorn
*fte!
5 G . "";, 6*
'th Of>ron2 ^ rh  o   ^/
^mgrodf.     Pier A-i bafj^eend
E 3
20 m p h, B r, 4 .7 ^ 12 A .
j   Q     j   -
!            1
■re -horizontaLi-vifen load
4
Travel  condition   : r;-
• ---. ^ p ^
the barg^or ship a
■ - 0 6<   i. '.:.:   &    : !
'.' n - -. B .60.7
T*t fcf
: js^ra so that, switching
DRF 30 DRF 36
|   |2|2
/-    y-, * in     t
:   c^^pronw Single Diesel
30mph. Br. 47.9    ''
units or a Crane only may be moved
iC"
20 mph. Br.47.9 60.7
3&6;'K
ji 51 X OR 8 24^. DRF'3.0.v-D'RF36
r£S~~:3-^2v.2> j
'{ 24ja9^Hr96-9r-j.
para ted    Dy- one   car of      j
2,000   I llS. cr less   wricn'      I
mq  outside 'Iracks.
Irnph,- Br.479,60.7", 123.0!
1973 j C2PT02E2/PRIVATE SXDlKC IRFOWiMtOH
1) Re gion  m i ..Epfic^fic	
2) Division   Vancouver
3) Subd. Divn, Cascade	
5) City/Town
6) District
7) Station
4) .Mileage    3.0
8) Industrial Area
loco
loco-
H - Yard
9)  Serial No,
10)  Province
11)  Station No,
B. C.
9691
12)  Customer   IMPERIAL OIL ENTERPRISES LTD.
13)  Customer Code
Impcroil
14) Track Designations   loco Spur H Yard
15) Accessibility  C. P. L.	
16) Service Type
17) Switched By ;
18) Inplant 	
Switcher
C. P. Rail Daily
No
19) CP. Rail Land.
20)  Other Land
Track
Maintenance
Snow Removal
Turnouts
a. Lcnrtth
b
. Owner
c. Done By d. Expense Of
c. Done By £♦ Expense Of
8. Main
h. Yard
6330'
C.P.R. .
Imp. Oil     Imp, Oil
Imp. Oil    Imp. Oil
6
3
1545'
C.P.R.
»
21)  Trackage Agreements and Key Provisions
a. Arrrmt. No.   b. Date  . c. Type m i...d.i Rental _ e. Rebate t  f.. Guaranty  ;?. Comments
SV-3615
Nov. 1, 1974
$2,729.35
2:r)     Party :to Agreement!
pate Completed
November■16,   1970 ESSO   RESOURCES  CANADA   LIMITED
500 -6th  AVENUE  S.W.
CALGARY, ALBERTA
T2P 0S1
SV- 3lo)S
r
~i
Assistant Treasurer, Banking
Canadian Pacific Limited
20 King Street V7est, 7th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M5K 1C4 .
File No.
0-2.1659
0-2.1S58
O-2.1801
O-2.1800
Lease Dated
59/06/01
59/07/02
60/11/01 "
60/11/01
L
J
Re: Surface teasels) between   Canadian Pacific Limited
as lessor and    imperial oil Limited as lessee
Effective 7:00 a.m. Mountain Standard Time on September 1, 1978 (the "Effective Time"), Imperial Oil Limited transferred to it's wholly-owned subsidiary,
Esso Resources Canada Limited, it's interest in operations relating to the
exploration, development and production of petroleum, natural gas, other
hydrocarbons and mineral properties.
TAKE NOTICE that all benefits of all contracts, agreements, licences, leases,
permits, credits, orders and engagements relating to the exploration, development and production of petroleum, natural gas, other hydrocarbons and mineral
properties that you have entered with Imperial Oil Limited, including those
agreements (the "Agreements") listed above have been assigned as of the
Effective Time to Esso Resources Canada Limited.
ATI notices to be given to Esso Resources Canada Limited, pursuant to the
ents, should be addressed to:
Agre
DATED
Esso Resources Canada Limited
500 - 6th Avenue S.W.
Calgary, Alberta        TZP 0S1
Telex:     033-24534
Attention:    Land Services Department
:algary as of the 1st day of September, 1973.
ESSO RESOURCES CANADA LIMITED
Assistant Manager,
Land Services Department E—■' x-_ -;
Dated ....19.
C. P. R.
AND
SIDING AGREEMENT
Location.
//.
REAL ESTATE BEPT.
Canadian Pacific Railway
Company Letters Patent the mme
aihvay   Company"   has
- h       t-. - - -■
pearmg hsrein shall be
•-snadcan. p-;c:,ric
bs«n   chafed,   snri
■e«
Pacific Limited"
read as "Canadian
R.W.24
C
AGREEMENT FOR SIDING ALREADY CONSTRUCTED.
triplicate
FILE No.3n3uM*3b9.$
SV-36I5
c
c
f   1 /       /
J°^___W?
A.j*'t.*^o"j!ca. ?r«.  |
QJfrTfi   AgrP^m^tlt   madeinSi^thFs...       ..j".?*«* ...day of
 *?!?!**5 one thousand nine hundred and.._«??¥a^&**	
Between the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY, hereinafter called "The Railway
I Company," of the first part, and E.	
 ..........^^^^.^.^^^^.^S.^?»t.?.f..... '   -
B02S AOV'PojfC Uoo5y# British Colwabia ."".'
Loca Hon
(
Use
Rental and
Maintenance
Charges
(
Clearances
of the second part; •
ISttttJSSflh that whereas the party of the second part is interested in the following premises:
ZX8£k$$_&      . ■-,,.; ■-,;... ;   ,'-r ■...-■;■-. -'!:: £
situate at .       . _ Mil*. J?t?. ?5*?*L ?*??*&.
and near the railway of the Railway Company, and desires to have the use of a siding or sidings,
which for the purpose of this agreement shall be known and designated as "the said siding," and which
connects said premises with the said railway, which the Railway Company has agreed to, subject to
and upon the terms and conditions hereinafter mentioned. "
2£nt0, ihztgfOYS it is hereby mutually agreed between the said parties as follows:
1. The party of the second part may as tenant thereof to the Railway Company use the
said siding connecting with the said railway, as shown in red on the plan hereto annexed; upon the
terms and conditions hereinafter specified.
2. The party of the second part will, during the period for which this agreement remains in
force, pay a compensation to the Railway Company, for the use of the rails, fastenings, spikes and
switch materials in said siding, at the rate b^M^^il^^B^^^^	
2-^^lTr.3'.c:®Trr-Tl'-?£-~5^2rr_22"T!*2-'tdollars per annum','payable in advance on the first day of
the month of ¥??®™??K.  in each year, the said compensation being
hereinafter called "rental," and will also, within thirty days after receipt of a written statement
thereof, pay to the Railway Company all expenses of necessary signals, signalmen, protective appliances
and any other like expenses at any time incurred by reason of the existence and operation of said
siding and will in like manner pay to the Railway Company all the loss, costs, damages and expenses
which may be incurred by the Railway Company by reason of or arising out of any order or direction
of the Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada hereinafter called "the Board," heretofore or
hereafter made in respect of, or in any way affecting the said siding or the operation thereof, or which
may be incurred by the Railway Company in maintaining and keeping the said siding in good repair
and condition, clear of snow and open for traffic.
3. The party of the second part will, in the construction, location, use and operation of any
building or other structure erected, or to be erected over the said siding, or on adjoining lands, observe
and fully comply with all laws and orders in force, or which may hereafter come into force relating to
railway or private sidings or buildings or structures over such sidings or adjacent thereto. And the
party of the second part will not erect, or permit to be erected, or permit to remain if erected, any
building or structure over four feet in height, or permit any material over four feet in height to be
placed within six feet from the gauge side of the nearest rail of said siding, and will not erect, or permit
to be erected, or permit to remain if erected, any structure with a space of less than twenty-two feet
six inches above rail level of said siding, except by leave of the Board, as provided in sub-section
"C" of Section 7 of General Order No. 236 of the Board, and sub-section 3 of Section 253 of the Railway Act, or any amendments thereto, and the party of the second part will indemnify and save harmless
the Railway Company from any and all loss, costs or damages caused by or contributed to on account
of non-compliance by the party of the second part with such laws and orders, or on account of the Routing of
Traffic
Operation
Use by Ry. Co.
and Others
Liability
Securing ft
Right of Way
Care of
Right of Way
Alterations
Assignment
clearance from the said siding of any building, structure or material over four feet in height being
less at any time than the standard distances aforesaid.
4. The party of the second part will, during the period for which this agreement remains in
force, so far as the party of the second part can legally control the same and provided the rates applicable are not higher than, and the service given is as good as, those of competitive lines, cause all freight
shipped to or from any part of the said premises of the party of the second part and destined to or
coming from any point reached by the railway of the Railway Company or its connections to be
shipped over the railway of the Railway Company.
5. The times at which and the manner in which the said siding shall be used shall be regulated by the officials of the Railway Company; provided always that their control shall not interrupt
die proper use of such siding for the business of the party of the second part.
6. The Railway Company shall at all times during the continuation of this agreement have
the use of the said siding in so far as it shall not be required for the use of the party of the second
part as aforesaid. The Railway Company may permit the use of the said siding by other parties
(provided such use shall not interfere with the proper use of the said siding for the business of the
party of the second part) upon proper compensation to be paid to the party of the second part, such
compensation to be determined by the Railway Company and the party of the second part, and if
they fail to agree then by the Board.
7. The Railway Company shall not be liable on account of any injury or loss that may at
any time occur in respect of any of the buildings, erections, materials or goods, chattels, or other
property situate on the said premises either belonging to or in the custody or safe keeping of the
party of the second part, or for any loss of or injury to the contents of any car which may have been
placed on the said siding for or at the request of the party of the second part, such loss or injury not
having been caused by the negligence of the Railway Company, its agents or employees; or by defects
in the plant or machinery of the Railway Company which could have been foreseen or prevented by
the exercise of reasonable diligence. The party of the second part will indemnify the Railway Company
from all loss of or injury to any property owned or used by the Railway Company while in or upon
any portion of the said siding, caused otherwise than by the negligence of the Railway Company, its
agents or employees, defects in its plant or machinery, the act of God, the Queen's enemies or mobs,
provided that in the event of loss or damage by fire to engines or cars so owned or used by the Railway
Company, the party of the second part shall not be liable to indemnify the Railway Company from
such loss or damage. The party of the second part will indemnify and save harmless the Railway
Company from and against all loss, costs, damages and expenses for which the Railway Company
may be liable to third parties, whether under an order or direction of the Board or otherwise, arising
out of or in connection with or resulting from the construction, existence, maintenance or operation
of the said siding, or the removal thereof upon termination of this agreement; provided, however,
that (subject to Paragraph 3 hereof) the party of the second part shall not be liable for any such loss,
costs, damages or expenses caused by or resulting from the negligence of the Railway Company, its
servants or agents or caused by or resulting from the movement of engines or cars on the said siding
solely for any person or company other than the party of the second part.
8. The party of the second part will secure the consent of the municipal or other authorities
having control of the public highways and lanes crossed or occupied by the said siding and of any
other parties having occupation of the said highways and lanes to the existence and maintenance of
the said siding, and will secure the right of way over all other land on which said siding is built outside
of the land or property of the Railway Company used for right of way, and will pay and hold The
Railway Company harmless from all taxes and assessments of every nature and kind whatsoever
(including taxes assessed or charged or levied for local improvements or as business taxes), which are
or may be imposed upon or in respect of the said siding and the property upon which the same is
constructed, to the entire exoneration and discharge of the Railway Company in respect of such
taxes and assessments.
9. The party of the second part shall at all times during the subsistence of this agreement
maintain and keep the right of way upon the property owned by the party of the second part or acquired
or leased by the party of the second part for the purpose of said siding free from dead or dry grass,
weeds or other inflammable or combustible matter.
10. Should the Railway Company at any time make such changes in its tracks, structures or
facilities as would in the opinion of the Railway Company necessitate the moving or alteration of the
said siding, the cost of such moving or alteration shall be borne by the party of the second part. Should
the Railway Company consider it necessary for safe operation to replace the rails, fastenings and
switch materials in said siding with materials of greater weight or strength, the Party of the Second
Part shall pay to the Railway Company the labor cost of such replacement, and will also pay as rent,
in addition to the rental herein provided, 7% per annum on the increase in value of the said rails,
fastenings and switch materials above the track materials at present in said siding.
11. The rights and privileges of the party of the second part under this agreement shall not
be transferred or sublet, either in whole or in part, except with written consent of the Railway Com- c
~*»each of
■  venants
C
(.
cmJnatlon
Removal of
Track Materials
(
.pany; provided that the Railway Company shall not withhold its consent to such transfer without
good and sufficient reason, and the party of the second part shall have the right, should the Railway
Company withhold its consent to such transfer, to appeal to the Board.
12. Provided always, and it is hereby declared that if the said rental, or any other amounts
herein provided for, to be paid by the party of the second part, or any part thereof, shall be in arrear
and unpaid for the space of two calendar months next after the day hereinbefore appointed for payment thereof, or if any of the covenants herein contained on the part of the part}- of the second part
shall at any time or times during the continuance of this agreement be broken, then and in every
such case, and notwithstanding the waiver of any previous default, it shall be lawful for the Railway
Company, after giving written notice thereof to the party of the second part and allowing one week
to elapse after such notice, unless in the meantime such rent shall have been paid or such default
snail have been remedied, to discontinue to operate the said siding, and should such fefault in payment or breach of covenant as above mentioned continue for two calendar months after notice to the
party of the second part as above, then the Railway Company shall have the right to remove the
said siding from its property, and to enter into and upon the premises owned or leased by or licensed
to the party of the second part and remove therefrom all the said rails, fastenings, spikes and switch
materials, and thereupon this agreement shall terminate.
13. Provided also that either party shall have the right to terminate the present agreement
at any time, upon giving to the other party notice in writing of its or his intention so to do, and naming
in such notice a day at least three months after the giving of the notice on which the agreement is to
terminate; and on the day so named the present agreement shall terminate, and from and after the
day so named the party of the second part shall cease to have any right to use the said siding or to
pass upon the property of the Railway Company upon which any part of the said siding is laid; and
if it be terminated by notice as aforesaid during any year for which rental has been paid then the
Railway Company shall repay, the proper proportion of such rental. The notice above mentioned
may be given by the Railway Company by mailing the same to the party of the second part in a
registered letter addressed to the party of the second part, or by posting it upon the said premises.
14. Upon the termination of this agreement, all the materials furnished (with the exception
of signal and protective appliances for which the party of the second part has paid in accordance with "
the provisions of Paragraph 2 hereof) and all work done upon the portion of the said siding upon the
land of the Railway Company, or in respect thereof, shall forthwith become and remain the property
of the Railway Company, without giving rise to any claim by the party of the second part for compensation of any kind. And the Railway Company may forthwith remove from any portion of the
said siding outside of its property, or upon the premises of the party of the second part, ail rails, fastenings, spikes, and switch materials used for the purpose of the said siding, and it shall be its duty so
to do within three months after the party of the second part shall require it so to do by a written
notice to that effect: and the party of the second part hereby agrees to make all necessary- arrangements
with the owners of the land on which any part of the said siding is constructed, so that the Railway
Company shall have and be able to execute in its full extent such right of removal, and of retaining
such materials as its own property. Should the Railway Company, either at its own election or at
the request of the party of the second part, remove the said siding or any portion thereof, whether
situated upon the lands of the Railway Company or not, the party of the second part shall pay to
the Railway Company the cost of such removal (including the cost of the loading upon cars and transporting to and unloading at some convenient storage point of the rails, fastenings, spikes and switch
materials comprised in the said siding) within thirty days after receipt of a written statement of such
cost. ...
Witness the corporate seal of the Railway Company and the signatures of its officials below
named and the    corporate SQ&l and s^t&az-lzed s£gca,£ure<e) 0f the
partv of the second part. / -2  •' -x
; m''CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY.,COMPANY.
> ■ s-7 7■/    ;
>. >,    . Q f .tz.-. --7-.--./ f-^
Vice-President. \   / \
i j Executed by second party
"222"    {Dais i° t'ie presence of
Secretary.
I /f/7    ! AJ °\uJ.\^ +1 t^l.
CM1 10.   858   0 5/30/9   1249
ouvuv
WPG M AY  30/79
»E    V   MfiRR
SUPVR   CSC
VANCOUVER ATTN.    TREV  COLES
COPY  IN MAIL  HERE.WITH CIL~  SWTG.   5.79   TDC MAY  29   AND
CONVc    TED  3YEn/PERC   WILLIAMS   MAY   1CTH
ATTACHED   ^Pr   COPIES   ALL  EXCHANGES   WE  CAN   LOCATE  RELATIVE  TO
EIGHT   CARS   OE  TEA ^E^OEMERS   FROM   WINNIPEG,   MAN.    DESTINED
UITLAM,   PC.    ACCORDING   TO   BILLS   Or   LADING   AN^
CONSIGNED  BRITISH   COLUMIA  HYDRO   AND  ROWER   AUTHORITY   MERIDIAN
HON   BAREST   RAILSIDING   IOCO   OIL Y.
AC  YOU   KNOW SEVERAL MORE   CARLOADS  MOVED  TO   THE  SAME   orC TIN ATION
LAT^R   IN   197 5
WILL   APPRECIATE   HEARING   THE  OUTCO'vir7
. l- o t ~ ■
R  K  FOOTE
DIST   MGR
vr.
CCO       W   F
WATTM^N
MPS   -  BC VANCOUVER
cc:  E. N. Marr  (Via Mail)  - Herewith copies as above-mentioned. IhalPEC,   /lusuat 14,  1975
Piles    J. ftspiowe - rnnn
;ca
'," -. y; ,-* rj • J -./r-i r« "P P
Further to lay letter of August 8th relative to accrued
demurrage for CP 309966 and BCU 201, from Winnipeg to loco
Hnrch 17, 1975.
Traffic !2na;'er, federal Pioneer Liuited, sdvisea that
consignees unloading equipment had been set up at loco
Oil Kefinery and when cyrs could not be delivered to that
site they were faced with two problems. Firstly, they had
to select an alternate site and secondly, the unloading
equipment had to be moved to the alternate eiite after it
was selected.
For BCH POT, snipped April 29th, the"unloading equipment
was already in position at the alternate site, thus'no
delay occurred.
You may handle this in any manner do desired and, in fact,
perhaps we should not be involved in demurrage natters.
However, we were involved in clearances and the tvo were
related. " -
Following your reply we intend to have Federal Pioneer
United place their complaint into the proper channel
relative to demurrage/, etc.
For:
District Hanager
tao VTJrFJPEG, August 8, 1975
R, K. Fcote
Kr„ G. T. Bates
District Manager
Vancouver, 2. C.
File:  J. PEDPIOEE - loco, B.C.
Attached are copies of exchanges with Acting Supt. Transportation,
for cv v'4S      - vnf^f *tth accrued d««^«€« of S6.720.00-
-or .f J^yjbb ana  BCH k:01 from Winnipeg to loco, March 17, 1975,
While the bills of lading showed Coquitlam as destination, they
also specified nearest rail siding loco Oil Refinery and
clearances were established through our Dept. of Transportation
right into loco, Mr. Curtis' letter of June 30th has brought
up a good point regarding second movement of BCH 201 on
April 29th which he claims was unloaded expeditiously at the
same location as the previous two cars.
Inasmuch as Federal Pioneer Electric a very important customer
and located on a CK private siding are questioning this assess-
meat and claiming cars should have been delivered to the
destination shown, vie. loco Oil Refinery, your further investigation and assistance will be much appreciated. In so doing
kindly establish exactly where the first two carloads were
taken delivery of, alsol the last carload'mentioned ond if the
delay in unloading was, in any way, related to* the siding in
question. .
Attached are copies of billings and exchanges for your reference.
For:
District Manager
tf
*~~Jq        _J~
mo
r^L-^_      w^<        /^^     ^6-     JL
pCT /^-^        <ry_Q^Jji^-r^t~71       /Z-*~JS ^/Xxs^uUiZ^.
^_^   c7Lr_JL_^> .-      cTi^p.     0-^.   sL*~/_ l7
r<r\ Mc/</ P^/
*7~j    ySo-o  v>     / t- >      t:
Form 102-R
>?-\
CPRail
Internal Correspondence
Date   WINNIPEG,  June 30,  1975
From    Mr.   0c  L#  Curtis
To   Mr.-R. E0 Foote
Pile Nos. 1277 Fed.Pio
1501 Fed.Pio
Reference your letter of April 29, file J. PEDPTniro
concerning demurrage assessed B.C. iytro and IS5'
««^°riJy °n a move^nt of transformers. ?he cSrLa
assessed amount to as follows: cnarges
CP 309966 -
BCH 201
Demurrage
Detention
Demurrage
Detention
Total
$    650.00
2,589.11
700.00
2,780.90
$6,720.00
Clearance information was requested and established
to Coquitlam as shown on the bill of lading. In
SESffiftX8 With this'  our Yard Office at^fquitlam
placed the car as close to loco Oil Siding ne^r
o^the1^8 WaS feaSibl6'  c0*side^ ES weight
In conversation with various people on Pacific Region
they mentioned that they contacted B. cf Hydro aM
Power Authority several times regarding these iSL
being on hand at Coquitlam,  and it appfrentlv took *
considerable length of "time before SfS? Hydro Sas
ready to unload cars at the siding mentioned above
SSallTtSF.°lerk *t ?aCific R^ion ^adqSaSerl*
recalls that once or twice in conversation with t.    n
?her?^?nmenti°nf that they ^rfnot yet ready-f^
«?L^T1?f0mef° A point of interest is that BCH-201^
after being unloaded,  returned to Winnipeg for another
.  2
10    ^r identical load to the same consignee at the same
destination and was handled in a like manner without
any delay whatsoever.
There is no reason for granting relief in this case.
v_s
r.   7   7^
Acting Superintendent '
Transportation
0 ui -uiA tr,  hay zc,  j-975
R.  K« Foote
File:_   PLDFXOIffi - IOCO,  B.C.
Superintendent Transportation
Winnipeg, Manitoba
3
o ,i ^
Kindly advise if you are now in a position to reply to ray letter
of April 29th dealing with demurrage assessed ag£.in;;t BCH 201
and CP 509966, from Federal Pioneer Electric destined B.C. Hydro
and .'over Authority; loco, B.C.
For:
District Fianager
mo
(y/Tyi^J^f _   >'/£?■ f/o f a f-      ->S<3J _jLJ*
~?\7/~fcfi.        Y^s-^-K   y^r^pT^     —i^\    -A-27
Ji-~K~&H ^KZ~J_-~.       j^^i- A>y HDUZFEG, April 29. 1975 File: J. FEDPIOh^
R. K. Foote
Kr. R. J. Shepp   . _____
Supt. Transportation   — ^"T
Winnipeg, Manitoba ^
ElfcT Jf R y   ij**J'- of Hay 3, 1974, File 1277-Pioneer
Elect, dealing particularly with movement of transformers
fro, Feaeral Pioneer Ltd., Winnipeg, Kan. to B.C. g£™
and Power Authority, loco, B.C.
Traffic Manager, Mr. S. Wiseman, telephoned April 28th
ma^ng reference to 2 depressed centre flat cars from
^innipeg to loco, March 17, 1975, BCH 201 and CP 309966. .
Consignees haye referred demurrage charges back to shippers,
over Th^TnVU~t(\CP Rail'e disall°*ance * »Ove£nT '
oyer a bridge to final destination, requiring alternative
denuSa^OGdin<'' ***** "^  ****' *tth  ^^ul^t
Federal Pioneer are requesting relief from these demurrage
charges, claiming prior advice of the restriction shoSJ
have been received, in line with discussions held during
our meeting March 12, 1975. ^
HI1 fu fc^Jy take up advising vhst reply should be
made to the claiinants.
For:
District Manager
mo April 2, 1975
File: J. PIOELEGT
Kr. S. Wisesan
Federal Pioneer Liait&d
101 Rockaen Street
Winnipeg, Kan.
S3? 02/?
Dear Kr. Wlseisas:
Referring to conversation dealing vith carload freight
r^tes on Tra&efersera and Partai froK Winnipeg, H&e. to
loco, E.C. and the recent appreciated ©oveoent of eight
cai'ioads, numbers as follows:
C? 304649, 305210, 5035B9, BCR 201, CP 509966, 501153,
C? 504523 ana 30359S
?o corifirs this oovessent was covered by your advice
April 10, 1974, reference numbers 4001-02«-03-04-^>5-C^-07«
4012-13-U-15-18-19 and our reply of Hay 6, 1974, quoting
£2.90 per 100 lbs. to tone, B.C., ainiaua weight 100,000
lbs. subject to any general rate adjustment.
Rates assessed for thr- recent nover.ent referred to above
arc- as follows:
Rates indents, P^r^lOO lb.5?.*
fflftlnua Md^grts
2.4,000 Ipfa   40,000 lbs.    MsiSLi^.   CO^pEXJ Ita.     300,000 lbs,
512       4?8       391       551        549
Rates are subject to further review within 90 days and subsequently any future rate acjustaenia which r;ay >>e implemented
by the railways.
Kindly advise if any additional infonaetion is required.
Yours very truly,
For:
District M&ii&gcr 2.
cc:    Mr. F. J. Hanson, KFR, Winnipeg, Ran.
With reference to your letter of March 20, 1975,
File No. WN. A. 126-3 quoting the above rates.
Traffic Manager, Federal Pioneer Electric, telephoned
this morning protesting the level of rates assessed
and has requested reconsideration. It was suggested
to Mr. Wisesaan that such rates reflect recent necessary
increases and he advised his verbal complaint may be
followed by a letter of confirmation and if so, same
will be forwarded to you for consideration. REDUCTION
C.T.C.  (Limited) No. W.    3539
-i i:
CP (Limiicd) No. W.     3539
%_sr_r
(CANADIAN  PACIFIC LIMITED)
(LINES THUNDER BAY, ONT., AND WEST THEREOF)
LIMITED FREIGHT TARIFF
or
COMPETITIVE COMMODITY RATES
ON
TRANSFORMERS and PARTS thereof,   carloads.
Minima:
24,000  lbs COLUMN A. _        80,000  lbs.
4.0,000 lbs COLUMN B. 100,000  lbs,
60,000 lbs COLUMN C.
.COLUMN D.
.COLUMN E.
i«:
FROM
TO
RATES
In cents per.100  lbs.
Winnipeg Man.
loco,
.B.C.
A      2B       £       O       E
512    428    391    351    349
Subject to and governed by CP Tariff No. W.      1210       C.T.C.(F) No. VV.   4349
ISSUED MARCH 20,   1975
EFFECTIVE       MARCH  20,   1975
Expires with        MAY   18,   1975
Issued by
J. C. C. FERGUSSON,
Manager—Freight Tariff Bureau,
150 Henry Ave., '
Winnipeg, Man.   R3B 0J7
A ttlSKISEG, Man., March 20,   1975
File No. WH, A.   126-3
Mr, J    G. G. Fergnsson
Manager -■• Freight Tariff Bureau
VHNHIEEG, Man.
will you ploasa arrange to issue a limitod freight tariff effective
today, good for 60 i!ay3, subject Co and governed by Or Tariff Ho.
M. 1210, '■:>■}  apply on Tyonsfor-.'ners and Parts- thereof, carloads,
Cram Winnipeg, linn, to loco, 2.0. at the following:-
P.ato.r! in cents ,>cir 100 lbs.
HlnirxTa V/olahts
24.000 lbs. 40.000 lbs. 02,030 lbs. 80,000 lbs. lOChCOO lb?.
512       42C       391       351        349
Rates are not subject to the provisions of C.I?.A. Tariff 1005.
Please advice Mr. R. K. Foote (Mr. R. J. Sellis) limited freight
tariff number 'co cover.
For:
Manager - Freight Rates
Jkb     . ■   " ..   •
ceo: Mr. N. M. Stewart, M.-J?., Vancouver, B.C. (Your 1.565/1-GRC)
Mr. R. K. Foote, D.M., Winnipeg, Han. (Your file PIOBLECS)
Mr. G. X. Bates, B.M., Vancouver, B.C.
\f\ REDUCTION
C.T.C. (Limited) No. W.    3539
CP (Limited) No. W.    3539
CPRail
(CANADIAN PACIFIC LIMITED)
(LINES THUNDER BAY, ONT., AND WEST THEREOF)
LIMITED FREIGHT TARIFF
OF
COMPETITIVE COMMODITY RATES
ON
TRANSFORMERS  and PARTS thereof,   carloads.
Minima:
24,000  lbs COLUMN A.                                 80,000  lbs.
40,000 lbs COLUMN B.                               100,000  lbs.
60,000 lbs COLUMN C.
 COLUMN 0.
 COLUMN E.
FROM
TO
RATES
In cents per 100 lbs.
i
A        B        C        D        E
512    428    391     351     349
Subject to and governed
by CP Tariff No. W.      1210       CT.
O.(F) No. W.   4349
ISSUED           MARCH  20,   1975
EFFECTIN
(W       MARCH 20,   1975
Ex pi
res with        MAY   18,   1975
Issued by
J. C. C. FERGUSSON,
Manager—Freight Tariff Bureau,
150 Henry Ave.,
Winnipeg, Man.   R3B 0J7
W.A.   126-3 tJ"   '..'_
M
r 1
sbe
/-*
■22
IE
.'/***■
•v ;l
#3
(.,.-'
Er2
ri7'
.'fl*>
firV&j'
v-'2p
:v2
1
1^—
f-4
/4i
... J; .;
i
E|;':--
i.
,i
2
i
•■■-*
.;;i
c
■v<
i':
■ CM     • Hi I
"'       , I   -' ■
1    5 -      :■-.<... n2-f 0i
OFFICE COPY 0" V/.'".Y.E?!.!.
I STOP
i
1  THIS
-UNDERCOVER-
: CONflGNEt
i AND
i      ADDRESS
AT   STOP
J R O   N U M B E R
CAR   INITIALS   AND   NUMBER
BCH  2 0  I
Fj °>4 21
'E"5    T[)
C L    TRANSf-t'KRED  TO
;ross   ,      Li-'-
;.:  cap
F57    SIN.  '.O'.'t
I       ORIilN   NO     j  Kit \  ORIGIN   -.:'.    NAME
gOQlljTU_9'684  I 5200 ! wlNSIPEGl FEDPIQ^ESF. iCOLHYTRANSF
WAR 17/75 ^0
ROUrtr.    cSHO'.V    EAC^    JCNCTICC^    AND   CARRIER    IN    ROUTE    ORDER   TC
DESTINATION   Or   WAYBILL)
PROV.   OR   STATE
WAYBILL   NUMBER
 1
044374
iTATION    NJMBER   A   NAME.
PROV.   OR   STATE
iTjaJDO    i   VH KB I PEG MAN
RECONSIGNED TO
PROV    OR   STATE    RWC
FULL   NAME   OF   SHIPPER
WlYlSfiTTOMBM HYDRO &  *0WER
AUTHORITY MERIDIAN SUBSTATION
NEAREST RAILSIDING I0C0 OIL
FEOERAL &I0NEER LTD £ 4-002
► R tG IN     AND     DAT E.     O R10 : N ■"- L     CA=(,      I R A % S Pf
R L v IOUS     A'AVBILL    H L-: * E '--C E r J C C     A '-. C     R O Ej 1
5 EIGHT     DILL      ANO
■•'. MEN     RE BILLED
INAL,   DESTINATION   AND  ADDITIONAL   ROUTING
IF  CHAFES   APE  TO   EiL
03   STAMP   HERE   ••'0   pi
N5TRUCTIONS   tPtG^ROlNt,   ICING.   VENTILATION.   KEATING.   MILLING.   WEIGHING   ETC..   II    ICED  SPECrFY  TO  WHOM   ICU
J KUMLO   EE   CHARGED!
do hot hum*     do not hump
switching & coupling to be done with
extreme care
  ■ H
'.'.■''"!•   SHIPPER   l«
JPG-
UNITED   S1ATF.S   EVE
CU'ES  TME  NO  RE-    I
CO
S
BILL     OF     LADING
INSERT   "YES
UUS  THE  MO  RE-    I *«■*«« /' j,
OURSE CLAUSE OF    :GROSS   H     /A B fe Ll
ECTION   7   OF   THE    I tJ""&& *»     ( «»li# V */
16%
WJOM.V
TARIFF   REFERENCE
*z_o.q
<  4 ■   '   ■ Osl "Jfr«H ^  H   =R   R   c TRAFFIC  j COMMODITY I  BILLING  I DEST.
fef^^^    Zi   AR| 36!29iO| ZA !
-1J222
-LOWANCE L500 I
or     3QS360
R.R.   NO.       DEST.   2C
MOVING   ON   "'.'•   5   C    10   FOLLOW   BASI'.
iTIMATED   FREIGHT   CHARGES   HERE
ESTIMATED        S
DESCRIPTION   OF   ARTICLES   AND   MARKS
I"
TRANSFORMER &  PARTS
I TRANSFORMER SERA IL
§G  £002-1
309^60 ;P
SI
349. !«0?9G
?£Q EQUP
IMPACT RECORDER K4022L
IMPACT RECORDER KMUST S&lXXSKSXBe
MOT OE REMOVED UNTIL SH?JT HAS !
ARRIVED AT DESTN £ EXAMINED BY i
CUSTOMEER
REV BILLED MAS 24/75
SURCHARGE
OR
S      |   AMOUNT
10726 GC
P^r53\   3b353|
TTT80T9'!
\^   ''' FRACTIONS
\ 0 OF  RATE
c r a;
2 a °U*>0
0—     ;> J
/l>^"     JU^
r^K \r
\ •
iw"' 858 w/2s/5 M|9
£  T SATES
D*ST ^G.R
'»3?MrtR p5tu   n VANCOUVER
MOVEMENT  to p*£' FEDERAL PIONrk
CP 303598   irrr "tv-LST0KE 953     03
^PECTI0NSUFT  *L™ *««    03     ,5     ^
>.#2       ' / -.., ^     PLS  ADVISE OUTCOME
R K  FOOTE - '■ '      "
DIST  «<*       XGXQ
26
/ i ...
.358  03/25/5   1854
XG574:
.MARCH   25   1975
R  K  FOOTE'
WINNIPEG
"&^J
e
^Or-~!S__
R-.390   OF   MOVEMENT  8   CARS   DNJ V
MTMDD    nAMA^.-    ,2 2      u'-<"'->    UWLY
MINOR DAMAGE 304649 BEING
PLEASE ADVISE CAR NUMBERS
COPIES   INSPECTION'REPORTS
3   RECEIVED   TO   DATE  CP
1.32
GT BATES.	
INSPECTED TOMORROW 303589
BALANCE OF MOVEMENT STOP
AND WILL ADVISE FURTHER
303218   HAS
IS  OKAY   STOP
AM  OBTAINING
uvuv
A i~i
\
2'ot
■ -x
ra
<_\<e*
. ■■, /
, /'
\>
/ I _? i  V '.>' ;;;j
|jvCM295.   85S   1,3/25/5   1046
G T  BATES
DIST  MGR
VANCOUVER
FEDERAL  PIONEER.HERE  RECEIVED  INFO   FROM B.C.   HYDRO   AT  COQUITLAM
THAT  THERE HAS BEEN   DAMAGE   TO   AN* 8   CAR MOVEMENT CONSIGNED   THEMSELVES,
TAKE  UP  B.C.   HYDRO   AND  ADVISE  EXTENT OF   DAMAGE  AND  CAR OR  CARS
INVOLVED ,
RT390
R K  FOOTE 2
-DIST MGR       XGXG !.. .
7^
'-      r_
3 2>C -
rjC-569.   858.02/24/5   ^
^G   FEB  24/75
PJ  SHEPP
SUPT   T.RANSP
•*/* J/4) <r )■"//<
WINNIPEG
n^s_i_^^yi^r?, ss^'sas^ «•*««
BCH  REQUESTING   ADVICE   TODAY
KINDLY  ENSMPI?  tu^     „
wi« "TS,"" * «™ED RE 0UIC0ME WITH advice iothis
RK   FOOT?"
CIST  MGR       XG Canadian Paciffc ^Tn^T^T
MEMO TO ^± ■   °"MJ ■       fWL   )	
□(FOR  APPROVAL [JPLEASEDRAFT  REPLY f7]PLEASE SPEAK
[      |F/6R   YOUR  COMMENTS I       IPLEASE  NOTE   AND   RETURN      I ~~|REFERRED   TO  YOU   FOR
 / ATTENTION
[5^FOR  YOUR  INFORMATION    □CONFIRMING  CONVERSATION    □ FOR   PREVIOUS   PAPERS
QPLEASE  ARRANGE [^PLEASE  ENABLE ME   TO [^PLEASE   FILE
REPLY
□ PLEASE   COPY □NO.  OF   COPIES
DATE /*+* /"7a
FORM 3488
r-7— £_, V
l> ■   .;?•*''•
".. ;:;■_  ■ ..:: . .'
VANCOUVER, April 25, 1975
Mr. J. D. Bromley   -
Mr. A. E. Hilling - VANCOUVER:
.Reference wy ^Letter of April 22, 1975, file X-4022-L,
regarding impact recorder installed in BCH 20l,|
March 18, 1975, from Winnipeg/ to Coquitlam*
Investigation has now revealed that the 6 KP3.  impact
recorded at Coquitlam o» April218th at 1700K occurred'
after the subject car had been Unloaded. Car was
E&nloaded between 1300K-1400K April 18th...
In view of this would you please"-.disregard ray original
letter andjclose your file.2, :
General Manager
PLH/cah
Ivok&j
. (
(
(
c
c
* CM
EJEJ
ANCOUVER BC APR 25/75
SM SUTHERLAND WPG
>
RE  MY   IMPACT  REGISTER  REPORT  OF  APR 21/75   RECORDER  K  4022-L   IN
BCH 201   WPG  TO   COQT     IT   HAS   NOT BEEN  LEARNED  THAT  THE   6 MPH  IMPACT
RECORDED  APR   18  AT   1700PST  AT   COQT OCCURRED  AFTER  THE  CAR "WAS
UNLOADED  WHICH   WAS   ABOUT   1300K   APR   18.     PLS   ERASE  THIS   IMPACT
FROM  MY  REPORT  THANKS
<
c
r
c
c
(
c
K 4022-L
HW   COSH"	
STST   1155
(
t C;
VMXOWTBR,  April 22,   1975
.MariJ. D. IrostLey
Mr. A. K. Killing
VANCOUVER
Vile:  K-4022-L
Impact recorder K-4Q22-L was installed in
»CM 201, March 18, 1975, shipped from Federal   .
Rioneer, Winnipeg, to B.C. Hydro, Coquitlam.
Register tape revealed the following overspeed
impact which occurred at Coquitlam:
*.MFH   April It    1700 PST   Coquitlam
firre^ c^m' VNicwm     73-/^a fifRWS
Please investigate and advise. - -
General Manager
PLH/cah
■2.-.2^:^E._.f;:E; ■.-.:   '       ...■,..--'.\.r:-     ..  . ■ ' . V  '■   2 c'E'y^&fei:'■■'
'.'22;>ri^-'
;- .... • ■     ,--E/:.:. ■'■-■ ... .... CF RAIL - PACIFIC REGION
Office of Superintendent Transportation - Vancouver
IMPACT REGISTER REPORT
File: K-H02Z-L
Date; Hf^Hb 2.1^ 147-5. Impact Recorder     No:  kr*¥>2X'^
yo.S.ft.SV-nimUkiO    VJfcWffcfr     Your Ref: 5   l*f        Mft&cri   \9
CAR DATE SHIPPED
FROM TO
SHIPPER CONSIGNEE
ROUTE
C?(_
OVERSFEED IMPACTS
DATE       TIME       M.P.H. LOCATION
ftf>ft\L  \S MOO fST Io CO^vHTLAM
^ mPftor Bpt£k cm VNumoax
f *kst Tflf^ ftiw Our   ftw^- *+**• Anr Cos^lAM.
Z**° Tape msT<9u.©p cm  Bpril 1^- oJymo* tffw
OoT OoJ   AP^U. l^-.CAR OtNJtoftoco   APRIL iV*-
\2  TftfgS     ftTTflCfl&p)
OUTTURN  REPORT
tENseEoreo   Bt Co^ui-tl^i  oaj fifRiu 74*1*. Qt-i- Oec*ep Bracing-
lifter . Au- %M Caeus Xh-tact. »s)o\}\$\&U2 DftrtftCe rOoiED,
^.W- Cook
Supervisor, Material Handling
and  Damage Prevention i
(
(
; ^ f?#T^
i     c
0
c
(
( '   «
I P/cti£X Bl^OtKi^
3o/+ a n
c
c
c
C
c
SO]   -2QJ
A^_jb___*!_1 Qpi7 Q<hS esx
//f//
ia^zg
Afi-7
5
-77w^      AoCTrriorJ-
_ (
c
c
lo
1/
\7>
iv5
lie
1Z
I I
n
lloo
CXX^T (
520 04/07/5 1906
(
ST180          ■ '
,BCH"'000201 F 0318-0326
»
( .
■W.'ORIG DEST  TAKN
LEFT SYMBOL  RUN
RPT DEPARTURE ARRIVAL CONSIST
(
•L  5200 9684  FEDPIONE 44374 T R AN SF
BT03 18 1500 BCHYDPOW WS
1            CN
5198
IK 03 21 1200 21 1200   0050
c ■
1            CN
5198
m  03 21 1400 21 1400   9019
(
1            5198
5200 TS     TSF
TT 03 22 0300 22 0400A PE3965
1  5200 9684 5200
5600 094722
CA 03 22 1730 22 2215A NA3979
(..
7 5200 9684  5600
6300 094722
CA 03 22 2310 23 0900A YJ7430
(-
"•4 5200 9684  6300
6325 094722
CA 03 23 1050 23 1315A SZ3863
l  5200 9684  6325
7330 094722
CA 03 23 1240 23 1610A NE9821
(...
1  5200 9684  7330
8200 094722
CA 03 23 1840 23 2345A AL061I
(
1  5200 9684  8200
9500 095322
CA 03 25 1425 25 1345A RS7096
1  5200 9684  9500
9533 095322
CA 03 25 1350 26 0200A RS7096
c.
1 5200 9684 9533
9600 095322
CA 03 26 0330 26 1005A KL3449
(..
1  5200 9684  9600
... * ,	
9684095322
CA 03261100 26 2015S QU4669 >77^^.. :^7:r^,7i;]r   ; ■ 2:;;. ....;;'•    . ;   .;     - • ^   •     . . v.
_i^^^ ?AAf y a^\t%^€^
PLtS^y^^*^*^.^ /"«~-*^UC<C * •'   EE2   -- - E
2 ;:-;:ij!l: 222::,-,:;; ;,.v.v. :■."•'■ 2-' .. ..:...  »   n   ..;_.„.-....    .-..■
_   7 *y
lsr\st^_J(      .-» . / ..  ;   „.E       .; ,       ...
n ■
^Tic    •    ... 2. .,. . .2 -- - -
/£c        Sof 9 6^(7-      - (yyuv:^,/       TXC    S-^-Ka <*    ^t^f^^f^
/P^tc^C     YX*Jt    ~~ts&_      /i^v__      ^^u^-tV^
life- j-o7 9oi>     &£r~^*   rc^^C^T^i y   je.'-G^c__.
f~~^x^ihs? ^HttU'f        7^tL^*£--r-*~-'*---* CcCC.        Q   Lf^x     y^^h^Cc-^      Y_
t i '    • "   "~J—   </ *~ f •—        / ^~7-__%_
77U/L-     c^*t-u^     ,?* „<-t:^      ^xc^,y   ,       S>^*-      L^^—y
M      ""fcfj          ^.•*- /   / •   •" ^
jLvL ^il^^_2       /^-w^'ft       L>««-AK        /v-a-A_z-0       ,, ^ /v^<^/-T_^^-t.        ^Cf»_*-^C^
22;   :;E-;-2,;2'E;   --     E -      '      ;     ^- CP RAIL - PACIFIC REGION
Office of Superintendent Transportation - Vancouver
IMPACT REGISTER REPORT
Date:ftfetfk  2tjlW.
File7:  K~32IQ
Impact Recorder    No:   K~32JQ /_
Your Ref: 5    1U     Hf^C* 2Q /
CAR
CP 30qUt
DATE  SHIPPED
FROM
TO
U)lrW\f£<r
CaQOVTUflr^
SHIPPER
f&OBMl> fWfift
CONSIGNEE
&c Hvoao
ROUTE
Cf(X
OVERSPEED IMPACTS
DATE
TIME
M.P.H.
LOCATION
TefES  C+LmR
?\*s-r TBfs £a* our Haw* Iff**- fir CogumAM *
(2  "fetes fttTficHep)
-   OUTTURN REPORT _ n
-X«*s*ecTeO   fVr Goc*wcuvi   CM fte«k. *"l*w . flu- Obsked fc&Acirffr
llr^ftcT. flu. W Cfl6i£5 tTrttACT. f^O vJlStSU   OftMAfrff   fOoTf=p4
Supervisor, Material Handling
and Damage Prevention
cc.
cc.
teW /
(
ll \ 1
(
i\-5Z\U
ov 3omb
csr.
i (   ■
tbck^M- ItjoA.W 07/0 Wf.
I ddjppAr  ^2lct QhlOcSX
:      rtfacm~- dtp. 7 0^23 vsr
1%fe& Aon aukdk Cmk*
\Wi    ,Oftre
i '
ir
Ce- I -
g i ~
c  j 2
c   ? *""
(;   5
tycn-20
r    Z3
2-5
26 (
27 ^
7//V£
AoOftT/OAJ
'_   Pi
wzm U&Cfyo
73c^i 0 \fc32jO    '"••'• Of   3o'Wf'£
(   -'dak daU-i\^ 7 oqso «r
i
\tffft     _0(K£       __lf_£      JccmioN
c
—
fi^-7
C      r!
.—
°l
t 1
 '
to
ll
c \
—
\2
'i
A3
'V.
(   •
1; < 1    r c
c
(
c
'"520 04/07/5
ST 178
CP  309966 F
U 6RIG DEST
L 5200 9684
1900 "
0318-0326
TAKN LEFT  SYMBOL     RUN
FEDPIONE  44488  TRNSFR
CN       5198
RPT DEPARTURE
BT 03 20 1500
IR  03 21   2100
ARRIVAL CONSIST
BCHYDPOW WS
21   2110 0051
T
l
l
7
1
1
5200 9684
5200 9684
5200 9684
5200  9684
CN
5198
5200
5600
6300
6325
5198
5200
5600
6300
6325
7330
TS     TSF
094722
094722
094722
094722
1 5200 9584 7330 8200 094722
1 5200 9684 8200 9500 095322
1 5200 9684 9500 9533 095322
15200 9684 95339600 095322
1 5200 9684 9600 9684 095322
QR 03 21 2300 21 2300 f*2T~
TT 03 __ 0300 22 0400A PE3966
CA 03 22 1730 22 2215A NA3979
CA0322 2310 23 0900A YJ7430
CA 03 23 1050 23 1315A SZ3863
CA 03 23 1240 23 1610A NE982J
CA 03 23 1840 23 2345A AL0611
CA 03 25 1425 25 1845A RS7096
CA 03 25 1850 26 0200A RS7096
CA 03 26 0330 26 1005A KL3449
CA 03 26 1100 26 2015S QU4669
-s
c
c
c
c CJ? „403 ?G 62     ^tL     /^3wo
t^£*^<%............  C2^if       ~?£r. *    (Z^CitTtT,
&7^ Ao*£<*
^to/ ~~6,
.<-<
aV   €? ?io £     t/\A<r z
'&^-t
//
A'«e/
^juiybL      Jc ^*
C J
ts^n^C*~_J{
"&««w<r        y\A^til^e-<~~-<       £o^7(
Uj tV*.  tZ-^a^L.    $> <?? kt 4    -'A/-,*'
&? 3 of 9 07.
VtA^sl
%st
tc
y—t^-w^v^     /u t^u.7    Ca^l^-**}-^
Sot' ?c>7...
Y-    •€*•■&>
.0
K r. ^
a-^t^,y
-,   .   0^.   C7"^   JdinX^   K-
£>.
:...'../ f ^ ?x/    ^2^    io^
^u->
*-*-£_
O'^i
7&-
(^
o *.   «-■
/V^»-*V
£*
£/T
r^ 889  05/30/9   1750
W0153 fc
WPG MAY  3 0/79 '    ^
E  N MARR
SUPVR   CSC
VANCOUVER ATTN.   TREV   COLES
COPY  IN MAIL   HEREWITH FILE   SWTG.   5.79 TDC MAY  29  AND
CONV.   TED  BYRD/PERC  WILLIAMS MAY   18TH
ATTACHED  ARE  COPIES  ALL  EXCHANGES  WE  CAN LOCATE  RELATIVE  TO
EIGHT   CARS   OF  TRANSFORMERS  FROM   WINNIPEG, MAN.   DESTINED
COQUITLAM,   BC.   ACCORDING TO  BILLS   OF  LADING AND
CONSIGNED  BRITISH  COLUMIA  HYDRO  AND  POWER  AUTHORITY MERIDIAN
SUBSTATION  NEAREST RAILSIDING IOCO  OIL  REFINERY.
AS  YOU   KNOW  SEVERAL MORE  CARLOADS MOVED  TO THE  SAME  DESTINATION
LATER   IN   1975
WILL   APPRECIATE  HEARING THE  OUTCOME
J-218
R   K FOOTE
DIST MGR XG
CCO      W  F WATTMAN MFS -   BC VANCOUVER *   CM 072.    889,05/29/9   1806
UVUVXGXG
MR.   W.   F.   WATTMAN   t VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
MR.   R.   K.   FOOTE   t  WINNIPEG, MAN
RE:   WPG FILE  J.   FEDPIONE MAY  22ND. ,  AND  FURTHER   TO TELEPHONE
CONVERSATION  BETWEEN MESSRS  T.   BYRD   AND  P.   WILLIAMS MAY   18TH. ,
LAST  CONCERNING EIGHT  CARLOADS  OF  TRANSFORMERS  SHIPPED  BY FEDERAL
PIONEER LTD.   WINNIPEG TO B.   C.   HYDRO MERIDIAN SUBSTATION  COQUITLAM,   B.C.
DURING MARCH   1975.
APPARENTLY THERE   HAS  BEEN  A MISUNDERSTANDING,  WE   ALREADY  HAD  COPIES
OF THE   BILLS  OF LADING ON  HAND.     THE REQUEST  IS   FOR  COPIES   OF  ANY
CORRESPONDENCE   BETWEEN  CP  RAIL  WINNIPEG AND   THE   ABOVE  COMPANIES,
RELATING TO  THIS   EIGHT   CARLOAD   SHIPMENT.      WE   HAVE   THE VANCOUVER   FILES
AND   NOW  REQUIRE   WINNIPEG FILES.
THIS REQUEST   IS  URGENT,   ACCOUNT  THROUGH   AN  EXAMINATION  OF  DISCOVERY,
OUR  LAW  DEPARTMENT  HAS   BEEN REQUESTED   TO  SUPPLY  ANY  AND   ALL   INFORMATION
PERTINENT   ON  BEHALF   OF   A   PENDING SUIT  FILED  WITH   THE  SUPREME   COURT   OF  B.C.
IT   IS  IMPERATIVE   TO  OBTAIN  COPIES   OF  ANY  CORRESPONDENCE   AND/OR   YOUR
RESPONSE   IN THIS  CONNECTION BEFORE JUNE  6TH.,   1979.
FILE:   SWTG.   5.79 TDC
E  N MARR
SUPERVISOR   CSC
VANC WOWO CPRail
Internal Correspondence
Li
Date     WINNIPEG,  Man.,  May  22,   1979
From     R. K. Foote
File:  J. FEDPIONE - loco, B.C,
To    Mr. W. F. Wattman
Manager - Freight Sales, British Columbia
VANCOUVER, B.C.
CP. RAIL
Manager Freight Sales
British Columbia
I    MAY 2 51979
File M
I   VANCOUVER, B.C.
Referring to telephone conversation May 18th Mr".' lUli DjilQ
and Perc Williams this office concerning the following
carloads of Transformers from Federal Pioneer Limited
listed as follows:
BCH 201
CP 309966
CP 301158
CP 304525
CP 303218
CP 304649
CP 303589
CP 303598
CP 301907
Unloaded
1975
Apr. 19
Apr. 25
Apr. 25
Apr. 25
Apr. 22
Apr. 23
Apr. 23
Apr. 25
Apr. 28
Have located copies of bills of lading which appear to cover
all cars except CP 301907 which is unlocated from January 1st
to May 31st, 1975.
District Manager ^ i
/mo
Form 102-R THIS SHIPPING ORDER-SHORT FORM BU^b;>£^
by the Agont.
.:..:: provccd by the Beard of Transport Commissioners for Canada by Genera! Order No. 792 of 22nd January, 1954,
for 0;>, «nal alternative use by railway companies subject to its jurisdiction.
c- A * Issued at Shipper's Request
 CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY	
(NAME  OF  CARRIER)
RECEIVE, subject to the classifications and tariffs in effect on the date of issue of this Shipping Order.
Shipper's No       6   400!
at WINNIPEG, Man..    March  17th/75io
From FEDERAL  PIONEER  LIMITS
the goods described below, in opparcnt good order, except as noted (contents ond condition  of contents of packages unknown},  marked, consigned  and  destined  a_
dicatcd below, which said Carrier agrees to carry to  its usual place of delivery at  said destination  if served by it, otherwise to deliver to another carrier on the  n
to   said   destination.   (See   reverse   side   for   terms   and   conditions).
■\
Consigned to    BRITISH COLUMBIA  HYDRO   &  POWER AUTHORITY
_ (MAIL ADDRESS—NOT  TOR   PURPOSES   OF   DELIVERY!
44374
(MERIDIAN  SUBSTATIQEL
^
^Ciwinri    COQUITLAM       BRITISH COLUMBIA \NElAREST RAILSIDING  IQCO OIL REFINERY
Route	
g£*3       CPR.
r,nrNn  BCH 201
No.
Package*
DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES AND SPECIAL MARKS
TRANSFORMER &  PARTS
ONLY TRANSFORMER     SERIAL #  6   4002-1
ONLY PALLETS RADS
WEIGHTS/CHARGES
TD FOLLOW feiSi£J2
WEIGHT (Subject
to Correction}
t
To.
If charges are to be prep
write or stamp here,
"To be Prepaid."
PREPAID
-
Value of Shipment
For use only when said gc
are carried by Motor. Car.
V    S	
total weight:   tpart'
tftSE©*===*8^r§!g^^ O 0
LESS  FREE BRACIN&i
1500#
IMPACT RECORDER # % ^ O X^J_L__
Impact recorder must aot be removed uatil shipment has
arrived At destim*tioa & examined by customer.
If Collect on Deliver
Amount $	
Fee - - - $	
Total - - S '	
DO  NOT  HUMP
DO NOT  HUMP DO NOT  HUMP
Cust. Order No.
317-58 *.
■•--^SWITCHING  & COUPLJNG TO BE
■■ y ■ ^. a ?■* m uses a  .
•■•• A^f.c#   ■   WW I   WWi If
DONE  WITH EXTRJEME CARE
fi	
Our Invoice  No.
Del. Slip No.
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMITED, Shippers fc£.V-
Winnipeg Plant
FORM
t__j_________^l^_
C*f. R ai lway $£<?& /fyf^
15* Agent  ro(-ft^dekjr^ana^etain  this  Shipi
Wiseman Order and^r^t-5^'4te^riglTiiflBill of Lacl THIS SHIPPING ORDER-SHORT FCiiM ""^^^^^'^V^Ti^'^/rSnr.6-'1'
t... ipfoved by the Bonrd of Transport Commissioners for Canada by Ceneral Order No. 792 of 22nd January. 1954
for ojj; .onal alternative use by railway companies subject to its jurisdiction.
A   ^ ., - Issued at Shipper's Request
nftffADTMT PACIFIC ______!	
(NAME   OF   CARRIER)
RECEIVE, subject to the classifications and tariffs in effect on the date of issue of this Shipping Order.
Shipper's No.        ^ ^Qff.
at WINNIPEG, Man.,.
JMH_2Qth_l9_l£
From FEDERAL  PIONEER  LIMIT!
the goods described below, in apporent good order, except as noted (contents and condition of contents of packages unknown), marked, consigned and destined a
dicated below, which soid Carrier agrees to carry to its usual place of delivery at said destination if served by it, otherwise to deliver to another carrier on the i
to  said   destination,   (See   reverse  side  for  terms   and   conditions).
Consigned to_
BRITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO & POWKR ATTTffORTTT
(MAIL ADDRESS—NOT FOR   PURP05ES   OF   OEUVERY.)
-msmrm-smsrwnm-
Destination.
Route.
COQUTBaAH-
-wmm QQLWBik }mkBsm-_yi__&mm—mco on, refe
=^s
:§s:
-cpr
Car No ^q^^.
No.
Packages
DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES AND SPECIAL MARKS
TRANSFORMER PARTS
OSLY TftftNSTORflRB SKHTAT, j   6 )|0Q1
fWT.T PflT.T,F.T8 HAPS
i W     B i^UUl ~\/_
ONLY T,AT)DKR
WEIGHT (Subi»ct
to  Correction) .
If charges are to be prej
write or stamp here,
"To be Prepaid."
 PREPAID       _
Value of Shipment
For use only when said g
are carried by Motor. Qu
$	
m
*,'-£
*-H
tt
» 3 lyj i
TOTAL WEIGHT :
Sffi.CT REC0PDE3. # 32X0
LSSS FREE BRECIIICU
l£0Q£-
C.O.D.
If Collect on Delivei
Amount $	
Fee - - - $	
Total - - $__	
Trr^ift-h rPrtft-rrW wnsrfa. wgt Tm» rerannred until Bhipment his arrived
#frdl/
at dest.iitRtlga & »acaadn&ct Tsy cqsttsssr.VVEiGh' T5/C
TD FDLLQW
n
Cust. Order No.
317 - 58ii
^    Our Invoice  No.
3
WflOT
HTB5P
DO NOT HIMP
DO HOT HDIIP
%:8
~Fj: ;    ; ;       ;
fe -fajpLTCHim & conPLTim to be done with extreme care
Del. Slip No.
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMITED, Shippers
Winnipeg Plant
FORM
Is v
Per.
SJ&Mmm
C.P.^ailway  rfjf fry7*yp*A
£5^ Agent myst/^etMj^and  r.ejain this  Ship
Order and  rnu^t^igriith^Qxi.gir^K»yill of La<
:-*"Zi.«- ■■•;
■?is*v"Vi?: .: THIS SHIPPING ORDER-SHORT FORM -SS^Str1'
. .^proved by the Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada by General Order No. 79.2 of 22nd January. 1954.
for optional alternative use by railway companies subject to its jurisdiction,
^^r ^ Issued at Shipper's Request
C-../.
Shipper's No..._6JtQC
CAHAPI&S BACIEtC HATLWAY
(NAME  Or  CARRIER)
RECEIVE, subject to the classifications and tariffs in effect on the date of issue of this Shipping Order.
at WINNIPEG, Man., ^^g      j^     19_^_
rrorn
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMIT!
the goods described below, in opparcnr good order, except as noted (contents ond condition of contents of packages unknown), marked, consigned and destined
dicated below, which said Carrier agrees to carry to its usual place of delivery, at said destination if served by it, otherwise to deliver to another carrier on tr
to  said   destination.   (See  reverse  side  for terms  and   conditions).
Consigned to IMISB:CmnBBI/k HXP^UfMJTOTOuvc
-mmftm-smsmwtt
Destination.
Route.
jggg   w&
_ .    .    " ' uar No-
~3VX&-
No.
Packages
DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES AND SPECIAL MARKS
TRANSFORMER PARTS
■^cnQHS "A* FRASE-
OHLY R.A. MECH.
_^__l_r___\
7$
■SAB-SUPPORT B?AG£ST-AKSI£5-
ONLY RAD SUPPORT BRACKET
OSLY °Ag FRAKS STIFFENER-BRACES-
OHLI TIE RODS
PCS. OIL FLOW PIPES	
FAN SUPPORT BRACKETS
-CONSSgyATOR flow Fgss-
WEIGHT (Subject
to Correction)
If charges are to be prep
write or stamp here,
"To be Prepaid."
-PREF&5J-
Value of Shipment
For use only when said goi
are carried by Motor.Cam
S	
ONLY
02&£
BUSHING TURRETS
GAS COLLECTOR CHM^Sr-
COKDUTT FOR C0NSEH7AT0R OIL GAUGE
PGS5-S3r£3A-&!5-P3?&fe&£~-	
CRATE OIL FLOW PIPES
0A3 DETECTOR SUPPQRT-STfeiffi WlZlGTlTS / Ci-
§Pj  §   0%   9 I TO FOLLOW.
J
«-
m
u Mm
lARQESi ■
Mk_____Z.
%_,. kJ.U.
If Collect on Delivery
Amount $	
Fee - - - $	
Total - - S	
a—U
%* 1 1
TOTAL WEIGHT?	
LESS FREE BRACING*
Cust. Order No.
317-geu
Our Invoice No.
0 NOT HUMP
DO HOT HUMP
DO HOT H3HP
fcWITGHIHQ & COUPLING TO BE DONE WITH EZTREME CARE
Dei. Slip No.
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMITED, Shippers
Winnipeg Plant
roRM ioo;
c.p. \ULwmJ/&'%,}%?*«*
Per.
S. WISEMAN
■f_j!L-
Agentm<fsJ/jdj^ch  and  retain  this  Shipping
Order and>7nCs&^rri&friGfigij(a"l Bill of Lading
."^^^ THIS SHIPPING' ORDER-SHORT FORM- MU^;>^
for Oj^unal alternative use by railway companies subject to its jurisdiction.
P     - AfX
Issued at Shipper's Request
cj <~/
Shipper's No—p* IjOCC
-eMAPBKAJ&P3m RAUffAY;
RECEIVE, subject to the classifications and tariffs in effect on the date of issue of this Shipping Order.
at WINNIPEG, Man . MARCH 19th 19   .<
From FEDERAL  PIONEER  L8M8T
the goods described below, in apparent good order, except as noted (contents and condition of contents of packages unknown), marked, consigned and destined
dicated below, which said Carrier agrees to carry to its usual place of delivery at said destination if served by it, otherwise to deliver to another carrier on the
to  said   destination.  (See   reverse  side  for terms  and   conditions).
Consigned to—British co^w^^m^r^mrmmMmo^^
. 45BR3D3M SUBSTATION	
XOQUITLSH—BR3T
Route
itftS3IDIH0    IOCO OIL RSFIKM
RY^>
_mm      CPFT
Car No
■30ir52g-
No.
Packages
DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES AND SPECIAL MARKS
BBJfflSBQBMSB PARTS
ONLY PAT.WS RODS
OBHSB PARTS ■»   A
_____Z____7_____
QKLY CRATE H.7. BUSHDSO-
-OHLY CRATE I.V. BUSHING
OHLY CRATE L.V.H. & TERTIARY BUSHBEx
WEIGHT  (Subject
to Correction)
If charges are to be pre
write or stamp here,
"To be .Prepaid."
PREPAID	
Value of Shipment
For use only when said ;
are carried by Motor. Ca
$	
-ONLY OOSPgET FOR COHTBDL BOY
-CS'TLY PC.S ALIMMUK BU5W0RK
1
3
OigJ EXHuOSTON-TCHT	
OBEY PCS. L.V« BOSH. SUPPORT BRA.
-LESS FREE BRACING:
3,500#
is     _
VJE3EHTI
C.O.D.
If Collect on Delive:
Amount $	
Fee - - - $	
Total - - $	
DO NOT HUMP
DO NOT HUMP
DO NOT
HUMP
Cust. Order No.
317-58U
gs^WnCIEBP & COUPLING TO BE DOME WITH EECREHB CARE
Our Invoice  No.
WWW &    $ fl s 4
Mil Sb  £ a
I
p
*£
LQjJ
WEIGHTS/ C
TD FULLaW,..&:
HAKlBE§s| slipNo>
FED^&lf'PIONEER LIMITED, Shippe
Winnipeg Pl«nt
Br1 qg      t,:^
rs
FORM
Per.
*      V * SpyT/befa^P. Railway
3J^" Agent^nust  d^a'ch^and   retain  this  Ship,1
S--VJ£estnU  Order ancd/'r^tidv^aniivh^^riginal  Bill of Lac
nmrin,iiiiini mum THIS SHIPPING ORDER-SHORT FORM ^"^^l^^^^^^-^^A^r36"^-
2Er»Troved J>y the Board of Transport Commissioners for Cnnada by General' Order No. 792 of 22nd January. 1954,
for* q^kmal alternative use by railway companies subject to its jurisdiction.
Issued at Shipper's Request i
*mmm p^cxfic railway-
Shipper's No.   6  4QC2
RECEIVE, subject to the classifications and tariffs in effect on the date of issue of this Shipping Order.
-MARGH-17*fe1^5-
From FEDERAL  PIONEER  LIMIT!
at WINNIPEG, Man. .
the goods described be!ow/ in apparent good order, except as noted (contents ond condition of contents of packages unknown), marked, consigned and destined j
dicatcd below, which soid Carrier agrees to carry to its usual place of delivery at said destination if served by it, otherwise to deliver to another carrier on the
to   said   destination.   (See   reverse   side   for  terms   and   conditions).
Consigned to_
-BRl-TXSft^OUJMBIiUHYDRO   &   POWRR  AUTHORITY
(Mill  JDDRCSS—NOT  FOR   PURPOSES   OF   DELIVERY)
Mill
MERIDIAN  SUBSTATION
•f  Destination-
COQUITLAM       BRITISH COLUMBIAN NEAREST RAILSIDING  IOCO OIL
REFINERY"
Route.
JE5SB       C PR
Car No..
303  218
No.
Packages
-It.
a
DESCRIPTION  OF ARTICLES AND  SPECIAL MARKS
TRANSFORMER  PARTS
JQNLY2PALLSTS RADS
@NLY CONSERVATOR   PIPEWORK
n\rT.V EAM   SUPPORT   STIFFNBR  BRACKETS
ONLY PC.  CONDUIT  FOR CONSERVATOR
ONLY PCS. OIL FLOW  PIPES ,	
ONLY TIE RODS
-ONLY RAD  SUPPORT ANGLES-
WEIGHT  (Subject
to Correction)
If charges are to be pre
write or stamp here,
"To be Prepaid."
PREPAID
Value of Shipment
For use only when said £
are carried by Motor. Cn:
S	
ONLY PCS.   SILICA GEL PIPEWORK
-ONLY PC .  CONDUIT  FOR CONTROL BOX,
-.'- r-
/1/ cii-3 n ' <■->
-BHARGI
TG EQi
ni »
l_\_l_^______'
£i
a   p£2   H   4&&    1   pLESS  FREE BRACING;
_S_ ;■
He
T3    W   tm    K   pij
I*   %..._,   Bs4|TOTAL WElGHT&Pa3^-*©^-<>£-
15Q0#_
£QQ~rQQ&$)
ia   C.O.D.
O Ir Collect on Delivei
Amount $ I
Fee - - - $.	
Total - - $	
1--     &        {SP   ?* J$   m   p
DO  NOT  HUMP-
DO NOT HUMP
-IX) NOT HUMP
Cusr. Order No.
317   584
Our Invoice  No.
'' SWITCHING  & COUPLING TO  BE DONE WITH BXTKMME CARE
Del, Slip No.
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMITED, Shippers      0 c f
Winnipeg Plant V
J
FORM
C. P. Railway
\gent  musr/detadj/and   retain  this   Ship;
_S*WisefllShder and  i^^T>^f^he^3^^rah4||ill of Lac
j£
mqaq*m3q*?imFftt .  THIS SHIPPING ORDER-SHORT FOHM ■rtJrhS^,!aWafi;tf2i^WK,,■
'      c.iroved by the Bonrd of Transport Commissioners for Canada by General Order No. 792 of 22nd January. 1954,
(or'oo*j!r,nl alternative use by railway companies subject to its jurisdiction.
Issued at Shipper's Request
      CANADIAN PACIFIC   RAILWAY	
(NAME   Or   CARRIER)
RECEIVE, subject to the classifications and tariffs in effect on the date of issue of this Shipping Order.
Shipper's No—6   400^
From FEDERAL  PIONEER  LIMIT*
the goods described below, in apparent good order, except as noted (contents and condition  of contents  of packages  unknown), marked, consigned  ond  destined  c
dicated below, which said  Carrier agrees to carry to  its usual place of delivery at   said destination  if served by  it, otherwise to deliver to another carrier on the
to   said   destination.   (See   reverse   side   for  terms   and   conditions).
at WINNIPEG, Man MARCH 17th     19?5-
Consigned to_
RRTTTSH COLUMBIA  HYDRO  &  POWER AUTHORITY
~^___l
(MAIL ADDRESS—NOT FOR   PURPOSES   OF   DELIVERY)
u
<r> i»i vh
0 i I
&axidi&n  gubstatioa
)estination.
Route.
COQUITLAM       BRITISH COLUMBIA    (NEAREST RAILSIDING   IOCO  OIL RE
-3S3 CPR,
Car No    CP 303   589
No.
Packaoas
1
1
2
1
DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES AND SPECIAL MARKS
TRANSFORMER   PARTS
ONLY SECTIONS   "A"  FRAME
ONLY PCS. ALUM.  BUSWORK
ONLY GAS COLLECTION CHANNEL
ONLY R.A.   MECH
ONLY CROSS  BRACE  FOR   "A"   FRAME
ONLY PC.   AIR CONNECTION   PIPES
WEIGHT  (Subi.ct
to Correction)
If charges are to be prei
write or stamp here,
"To be Prepaid."
PREPAID
Value of Shipment
For use only when said g
are carried by Motor.Cui
1
2
ONLY CRATE AIR CONNECTION   PIPES
ONLY TERTIARY BUSH.   SUPPORT BRACKETS
1
ONLY NEUTRAL BUSH.   SUPPORT BRACKET
ONLY GAS DETECTION  STAND OFF
4
_2L
ONLY PCS.   BUSHING TURRETS
ONLY EXPLOSION VENTS
WEIGHTS,
TD FDLLdW
UHA^GE
Cpk>-0
o
If Collect on Delivei
Amount $	
JT,ea«—- - $	
Total - - S |
LESS  FREE BRACING;
TOTAL WEIGHT (p^^fc-
1500#
Le4r-4eeyG8
;M>)
PQNOT  HUMP
DO NOT   HUMP DO  NOT   HUMP
Cust. Order No.
317  584
TCHING  & COUPLING TOBE DONE WITH BXTRME
CARS
Our Invoice No.
i-lf IP P #**•■< P
fitHtf     m r'"      W     *"      rl    •*%
Del. Slip No.
•■:■.'- »-js   Es  m
?*"     "V?
m
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMITED, Shippers
Winnipeg Plant
{ a~
FORM
„^JMMi
S.WiseraatQrde
.^^L^ailwiay
ft  dejadn ^ad   retain^this  Ship
stC^iMbe^rigPFTarBill of La<
?>2-,:
2"j   :- ICR.    •
kW 1     *
jS*.
m
1#
t>
^v*~":J
■* ii
I'LACE  SPECIAL
SERVICE
p^sIers HERE
105 -  OSS/i  -1or
office copy or- waybill
0
CAR   IN IT! A LP   AND   NUMBER
cp 303530,
■ c
00
.-IfI"
PLAN
N1   MBERS
CONSIGNEE
AND
ADDRESS
AT   STOP
C.L.   TRANSFERRED  TO
I     GROSS     I        LENGTH OF CAR | MARKED CAPAc.:
!     ORDERED     I   lUfcNlSHED   I       ORDERED     J      I
r\ m '2oSPL ,UMS coqD')Tla"9664sr| OP52W fmnmrj febfione bmcdlhy1
1 H       f 11I 1 ■
T96F4ON NUMB6R a NA'C"0QU ITLAM 8CF
IROV.   OR   STATE
ft*
i NEAREST RMLSIOIN^^^MHAJ^^^^^
ROUTE    i5WOrt    EACH   JUNCTION   AND   CARRIER    IN    ROUTE   ORD£H    TO Pc IrruT-e FROM    STATION    NU
DESTINATION   OF   WAYBILLl ROUTING
CPR
ME3ER   a   NAME
PROV.   Ol
SHIVER'S
j ROCJTCMG
RECONSIGNED TO
AUTHORITY
PROV    OR   STATE     RWC
CONSIGNEE  AND  ADDRESS
BRITISH COlIMHA HYDRO & PCWER
AUTHORITY
FINAL  DESTINATION   AND  ADDITIONAL  ROUTING
ACTUAL
ORIGIN
-5200
WQ MAN
FULL   NAME   OF   SHIPPER
FEDERAL PIONEER LTD
ORIGIN      AND      DATE       ORIGINAL     CAR.     TRANSFER      FREIGHT      m
PREVIOUS    WAYBILL     REFERENCE     AND     ROUTING     WHEN     Rl
If  CHARGES  ARE  TO  BE   F3EPAID WRITE
OR   STAwe   HERE   "TO   BE   PREPAID"
INSTRUCTIONS   (REGARDING   ICING.  VENT'LATIQN.   HEATING.   MILLING.   WEIGHING   ETC..   If   ICED  SPECIFY  TO  WHOM   ICING
SHOULD   BE   CHARGEDi
DO NOT HUMP
00 NOT mu»
SWITCHING & COUPLING TO BE DONE VITH
EXTREME CARE
WHEN SHIPPER IN
UNITED STATES EXECUTES THE NO RECOURSE CLAUSE OF
SECTION 7 OF THE
BILL OF LADING
INSERT  "YES"
TARIFF   REFERENCE
ALLOWANCE -
I   NET
«rat * iwrBbrg^do WW
l_j_^illi_iii_&i2_ 1    , I 1    1     1     1 i
EST.   R.R.   NO.       DEST.   ZONE
IF   MOVING   ON   •".'.   a   C  TO   FOLLOW   BASIS   Sr
ESTIMATED  FREIGHT  CHARGES  HERE.       ■	
ESTIMATED      i$
£Sa
DESCRIPTION   OF  ARTICLES   AND  MARKS
TRANSFORMER PARTS
1 ONLY PALLET RADS
1 C$LY BASE PLATE FOR TRANS
1 ONLY CONSERVATOR TANK
1 ONLY CRATE PARTS     10000
FREE BRACING 1§00#
DEL SLIP U0  56839 n     .
COST ORDER NO 3I? 584
SURCHARGE
OR
DISCCUNT
*/c
TO FOLLOW PPD
FREIGHT
ADVANCES
ICOE   I        c'-"5C    ___  1
; F PACTIONS
OF   RATE ..   THIS SHIPPING ORDER-SHORT FOiiM ^^^^c^^^V^l^'r/rHX^^"1'
'■"■*:   proved by'lhe Bonrd of Transport Commissioners for Canada by General Order No. 792 of 22nd January. 1954.
for*t^ionai alternative use by railway companies subject to its jurisdiction.
Issued at Shipper's Request
Shipper's Nn.    ft   4002
<u£MiM)Wl  PACIFIC  RAILWAY
RECEIVE, subject to the classifications and tariffs in effect on the date of issue of this Shipping Order.
at WINNIPEG, Man.. MARCH   17th     19  75
From FEDERAL  PIONEER  LIMITI
the goods described below, in epporent good order, except os noted (contents ond condition of contents of packages unknown), marked, consigned and destined
dicotcd below, which said Carrier agrees to carry to its usual place of delivery at said destination if served by it, otherwise to deliver to another corrier on the
to  soid  destination.   (See   reverse  side  for  terms  and   conditions).
Consigned to BRITISH COU^^^TJ^E^zfST^WER. AUTHOR TTY
—_-___- —MERIDIAN SUBSTATION
443V5
estination.
COQUITLAM     BRITISH COLU
MBT^N
NEAREST RAILSIDING   IOCO  OIL REFINE!
Route,
&*y»    c pff~
Car No..
304  649
-
No.
Package*
DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLES AND  SPECIAL MARKS
 TRAIN'S FORMER   PARTS :	
ONLY BABE  PLATE AND REAMS  FOR  TRANSFORMER
ONLY CRATB  H„V.  BUSHING
ONLY CRATE  L*V». BUSHING
ONLY CRATE  L.V.N.   & TERTIARY BUSHING
WEIGHT  [Subltct
to Correction)
If charges are to be pre*
write or stamp here,
"To be Prepaid."
 PREPAID
Value of Shipment
For use only when said g
are carried by Motor.Cor
ONLY CRATE  SMALL  PARTS
ONLY CONSERVATOR  TANK
$? #  ur- §
W?M
WW  I
-ONLY PCS.   SILICA PIPEWORK—*&-&—ggfg
■S8
.::< rs_
J^Nft^HLY CONSERVATOR
OIL. PIPEWORK-
% P   \\\  m
~^S_T%    Si   E?~
-i / ..... i—i-
;/Aistju
C.O.D.
If Collect on Deliver
Amount $	
Fee. - - - $_	
sfijotal - - S	
c£-£>
TD FDLL
:iw...
c^lV
i-^M^4
LESS  FREE BRA3NG
2.£...Cust. Order No.
317  -584
\
4,
i^_
DO NOT  HUM? DO NOT  HUMP
\
>I
TOTAL WEIGHT:    (ft&frt—:
-^£%$G®&)
Our  Invoice  No.
DO NOT  HUMP
SWITCHING   & COUPLING  TO- BE DONE  WITH EXTREME CARE
Del. Slip No.
FEDERAL PIONEER LIMITED, Shippersf      5 & / «?    /
Winnipeg Plant
FORM
Pe
s^yyfll    *1   IfVy 7 °" ff"V ^~j^ A§e^i m\Afide^0\  a6d  retain this  Shipp
Br__JL   ~ J 7 f_   S.Wiseman      Order andvAr)C^^^_h_^Q^__h^Ck\\\ of Lad
—MX WW—I— WW
■•-<"•
*-.. ' ''+"_k   '...
,*A*.'*"*-"m Trevor D Coles
Terminal Carload Movement Supervisor
CPRail
Customer Service Centre
Pier "B" 200 Granville Street, Vancouver, BCV6C 2R3
Tel (6.04) 665-3177 or Zenith 2525
Telex 04-53461
H Date
From
To
CPRail ^
Internal Correspondence ^
fenwUcu* ovricnut *A*ie*«e*iJr4*vfocini*r
tfuM»» «** uMJUnirt.   icu, *U£ w& tiuxX
tt*»f l*>e*t **_* UMletieUd tVt VnutM. f-L Coot.
frtA*. Im J&* Sam**. t&viOraJl OAtA,  4m*v*», OA
pn<i<JjL tittup ,'U in i iAterfeu»ft JCnutM. uAtd Tfor
lA (Mid oA a,  PuMu tielttie+u CnveMi.
B
FJSForm102-R ttet*t>€   SuB .
/TTTTs
To COQuiTLAM
NJJLLL/
"2.3 Mis.
W£$TMiN<rretZ Junction
ttetht-l.
Mob tb *>CA&&
3T?
y ■^ Rail
Equipment Data Book                                                              (JJ^'J,1^1,
Flat CclfS (depressed center, pit, machinery)
f
Depressed Center - Series 309901, 309902 (2 cars)
Av  rage capacity 151,000 lbs.                                                           Two 4-wheel trucks (6 x 11 journals)
Light-weights         #309901 - 58,600 lbs.         #309902 - 59,300 lbs.
Steel loading floor.
ue~- ■                                         -       -                                   45'6"                          -                         *i
_,               18'6" x 9'0" y
i
I                                   >
/""""
—^                        ^—.   ^v   X_
1
S s ^—..
* r
)
c
)^
T /)' '
■^C
)
o
*  5'8" -*
I
t
«■ 5'l
5" -*
Center of gravity 24.3" above top of rail.
Depressed Center - Series 309925-309929 (5 cars)
Av -age
4
j capa<
:ity i
Li
!68,0(
]ht-w
)0 lbs.
eights
Two 6
309925 - 106,900 lbs.         309928
309926 - 106,900 lbs.         309929
309927 - 106,500 lbs.
Steel loading floor
-wheel trucks (6V2 >
- 107,200 lbs.
- 105,100 lbs.
! 12 journals).
2
56'11"
227" x 8'4"
..y
27V4"
Q Q
Center of gravity 24" above top of rail. H
CP
Ri'ii
Equipment Data Book
Depressed Center - Series 309965-309970 (6 cars)
Average capacity 338,000 lbs. Four 4-wheel trucks (6% x 12 journals).
Light-weights 309965 - 163,800 lbs. 309968 - 162,500 lbs.
309966 - 162,900 lbs. 309969 - 161,600 lbs.
309967 - 163,300 lbs. 309970 - 163,000 lbs.
Steel li .iding floor in depressed center portion of car. Wood loading floor on elevated end portions.
70'0"
oool
-25'0"
x 9'0"
5'6" + 4'6"l*-5'6"
■2'4W
_i____M___
** 5'6"-+14'6'
5'6"
47'10"
Center of gravity 25" above top of rail.
Pit Cars - Series 309950-309954 (5 cars)
Average  capacity 162,000 lbs.
Light-weights
309950 - 45,100 lbs.
309951 - 49,200 lbs.
309952 - 48,800 lbs.
Wood loading floor.
Two 4-wheel trucks (6x11 journals)
309953 - 46,600 lbs.
309954 - 48,400 lbs.
40'0'
Center of gravity 29.5" above top of rail.
Machinery Flats - Series 323551-323559 (3 cars)
Average   capacity 166,000 lbs. Two 4-wheel trucks (6x11 journals).
Light-weights 323551 - 41,900 lbs. 323559 - 41,900 lbs.
323555 - 43,700 lbs.
, Wood loading floor.
.„   45'6"	
40'0" x 9'0"
0,0
QL©
(*- 5'8" -H
k—
  32'0"	
Center of gravity 25.36" above top of rail.
- 5'8" -* I A CI
^ Ri
ail
Equipment Data Book
Depressed Center - Series 309965-309970 (6 cars)
Average capacity 338,000 lbs. Four 4-wheel trucks (6',2 x 12 journals).
Light-weights 309965 - 163,800 lbs. 309968 - 162,500 lbs.
309966 - 162,900 lbs. 309969 - 161,600 lbs.
309967 - 163,300 lbs. 309970 - 163,000 lbs.
Steel  I  ading floor in depressed center portion of car. Wood loading floor on elevated end portions.
70'0"
O 2")7Diy:
-25,0"
x 9'0"
■2'4'/4"
____ oicD cd
5'6" + 4'6'"«t«- 5'6"
T
47'10"
U 5'6'
>/4'6'"
5'6'
Center of gravity 25" above top of rail.
Pit Cars - Series 309950-309954 (5 cars)
Average capacity 162,000 lbs. Two 4-wheel trucks (5x11 journals).
Light-weights 309950 - 45,100 lbs. 309953 - 46,600 lbs.
309951 - 49,200 lbs. 309954 - 48,400 lbs.
309952 - 48.800 lbs.
Wood loading floor.
U 40'0" *\
Center of gravity 29.5" above top of rail.
Machinery Flats - Series 323551-323559 (3 cars)
Average   capacity 166,000 lbs. Two 4-wheel trucks (6x11 journals).
Light-weights 323551 - 41,900 lbs. 323559 - 41,900 lbs.
323555 - 43,700 lbs.
Wood loading floor.
.--        , 45'6"	
40'0" x 9'0'
cdio
Q CD
2- 5'8"--»
5'8"
32'0"
Center of gravity 25.36" above top of rail ra cp
%3 Rail
Equipment Data Book
Section 10-1
(June 30. 1970)
FIcif COfS (depressed center, pit, machinery)
Depressed Center - Series 309901, 309902 (2 cars)
Average capacity 151,000 lbs. Two 4-wheel trucks (6 x 11 journals)
Light-weights #309901 - 58,600 lbs. #309902 - 59,300 lbs.
Steel loading floor.
45'6'
r-  L
OT©^
18'6" x 9'0"
-H
5'8'
2'4"
^OiCD
k 5'8"
2
32'0"
2
Center of gravity 24.3" above top of rail.
Depressed Center - Series 309925-309929 (5 cars)
age capacity 268,000 lbs.
Light-weights
309925 - 106,900 lbs.
309926 - 106,900 lbs.
309927 - 106,500 lbs.
Steel loading floor
 . 56'11"
Two 6-wheel trucks (6V2 x 12 journals).
309928 - 107,200 lbs.
309929 - 105.10n lbs.
r
227" x 8'4'
Q OO^
Z'Vk"
-^DCD  CD
k-4'6"
4'6'
—  4'6" H*   4'6" -*i
407"
Center of gravity 24" above top of rail n
CP
Rail
DIMENSIONAL LOAD
TYPE 1 - SHIPMENT WITHIN CAR LENGTH
U~.»—\ v*-a—I
Date.
Car No..
Commodity.
Origin	
Shipper.
.File.
FORM TD4
2/73
Consignee.
Routing	
Destination.
Height Above Top of Rail
tt
 ins
 ins
TD               fl
ft
TO               fl
ft
 ins
TO              ft
ft
ins
TO              ft
ft
ins
TO       '      ft
1.  Dimension 'A'.
2. -Net Weight of Lading.
3.  Dimension 'E'_
MEASUREMENTS
Width Height Above Top of Rail
Width
. ins
. ins
ins
.ins
ins
ft              Ins
ft             ins
ft  ins
tt   . ,., ,  ins
.ft
.ft
-ft.
.ft.
.ft.
.ins TO
.ins TO
.ins TO
.ins TO
.ins TO
— ft.
_ft.
_ft
_» .
— ft
. ins
.ins
ins
ins
ins
. ins
.ins
.ins
.ins
.ins
(length of lading)
Tare Weight of Car
(Centre of gravity to truck centre)
Only required when centre of gravity of lading is not located midway between ends of car and gross weight on one truck
exceeds Vicar limitation.
4.  Height of Centre of Gravity.
(from deck of car)
If the centre of gravity Is not on the longitudinal centre line of the car, give the amount it is offset
5.   PROVIDE FOLLOWING INFORMATION FOR FOREIGN CARS ONLY.
Dimension 'F* , (truck centres)
Dimension 'G'_  (centre to centre of axles)
Number of axles per truck Nominal diameter of wheels	
Requested by.
Recorded by
*B %*
^Jk tni^i
» JUL^Jlxn   i}-$hWt  u     £) * Wing    ~$/oi
lb cUm $  dbffl.u f^: £tw?x
^H;       1$ 30^5% S       dtmuAiw^     tent. No %
Yrtk-^wi uonwmwj&A Jmf IMA
lAAC*
Pitiad:   M^rdk f 7 & 7 K
fed ?$* £*&*
'Tlerf'\c&uaaJM
$H dtiuri
# I05O.OQ      ToTftu
_\W
AM dckivkd \   Mcuzix.9lCk/iS P-icUid^ /yiWv.?7&.7»(.
MmiA pi? cfc (-%^ W^)   wf on^*^
/St   Jl^ iura/rs-*^K7L^Cm\J^
mid: (Xfrd ^asjne;
QfnJl *M> £o Afni $§■&> -  DH
iOiTorOO     ToTftu jtk\ LWft
1
ft)..'   .LP7303d.l9>.    (kmwa&ai     tJLh!o9>
m4Avk  SUfdk       m-' tunics JytTL^l^Ui
PjJksM^:      dfrU ?J)ivd/75
\\7bMfc
mm
3d 3|
Apr   L-:S<2
.1
/7
—
~ I [GO.OG
* 125Q..OO     ToTAw
■x_6j»$
l&\ -/^ £7fK17
HHHj ______
if)     LP WoHkX&-     d£mu^w^i   .';t,.T'l, Mo*%
ftOL-Vwdi ummM/M fa"sK 7.am
(UiMi^d
3 Jam*)..$).. *?S.-oo ol
\\\\m
AfriJPlSrd - 29^U|0
Mat 34-?7
fTooo
70 ■« 0o
^llS'o-oo
% l^co.oo   7bm^ iM     ^3o39^j     dt^urme^   MM&, Mo %
1    IfiVA MGMAM   yflA^t   *]}
OJaJ iked \       M^Axk p$m/i h        PMsA : Hmk .? 2 ns>.
MATnok
I)1?"\\&u/r_\ J^tt%-XiMAil
Hm 34 ?7
it Ms5\
Apr Lili
p '^V3 S) %5oo €A
d&ctwfl D$5o*oo en
-   bO\,QO
^-iZoo.fOo.      Tovf
3«f
<K
itl^ £ ni &\ 7
GO    IP 305 5^%     dim wrrmf   i<7-i fe g
(ilMiMJ\      Mcwtix 3i9t/jg    Pimi:   M^3jvr i<
EdmMi:       (UnJl   $5Ck/i$
IA dtujA ,    (Xrfrdl %j7js> - &^rxSl J50k   *   ?*f
djiTu/i
Apr 9-3
t 1
rl
I dj$M .£). $d5>ooCA
U dsuh S) * 3£°oo ea
\% dm/to) * So* oo ea
5 H d/^f
(VlOAlJrV 3j^f
$3o- 00
45o-oo
f 70 00
00. 00
* tOSo-oo
7
1:00  fi.M.f
.0 <H>
<«<H CPRail
B 0002C.1
.IPE
APP
?0 . 0£
UG.A':
;IElv
?Ol.l:
SIDE   EODE   ill DTE
)0   INS.
1001
FITTD
AXLES
TYPE 20
:GIGN
e    t y
PER   II EM   INDICATOR
K O    c f: ^ P
)ICAr3 H Er
s * * * * * * * * * * *   CHAR A.C T E R IS. T. ID S   **
I   06e   11   INS
C?0   CC   INS.
FT     00   00   INS.
< * * * * $ * * * * * * * * * * *   CODES   * * * * * * *
]
$00.32
\ P A. CIT Y
FITT1
CLEARING]
304525
!YPE
j05202
NILEAG
iNSiri7
OCTSIEE L.
SII
$ 0. r
•aCIIT
5 n S CApr CITY
00 CO INS. GRT
FL'?
fITTING 1
LEAR
I   2
*** PATE I
III LEI
i
***** CHAR ACT!
052 CC INS
$occo
i 1
LINING
i S
CA
**********
**   CHARACTEI
FT   052
pf   |
F.I   056
FT     00
'Is'!- '!c <!' '!'• '!<'!' ?!''!'- '!-
:<**   qqj3|
LII :
AXLES
t
DRA1
PITTING
[ C G A P k C T T Y
p r a :    rpv
IN LEE Ii
FL
ION ON CAR NO
CP
1052020
BITTING 1
l i i r.
CB. DESIGN
3
I j
'
.30
$0.0396
.00
,00
***   CHARACTERISr
**s
^*******
IC   i
:iTY
:      INS.
C I fi Y
INS.
_   _..
SIGHT
{.
********   CO]
c* ******
LINING
A XI
DRAFT   i
8 P
FITTING   2
INSILE LT!
10/
I
$0.C368
I N C
I f
EI-ICATM
****   CHARACTE
APPURI   RjQ
$oo
. G 0
FT   C
; NS
GOO
FITTING 1
'*** COLES -
LINING
AXLES
LEAET GEAR
EI I TING 2
CLEARANCE
I E ! 2
PARTI
Fir
UNLET. INFO]
CAR NO: CE
PEE EI Eh IN-DK
NILEAGI
APPU
IN S 11F 1.1NI
LSI .£. A   1 h
??, , , , . . LESSEE f
DIEM .1      $00
SO . C368
INDICATOR TE     $00.00
************ CEAEACTERISTICS **********
FT 053 06 INS "EC CAPACITY
3 INS. ITY
SIT 2       : D.TH 0 INS.
0 LINING
AXLES        1        , LGT.I
IE AH GEAR   8C CO:-
FITTING 1   AS FITTIN
CLEARANCE    E •
REDUCTION                                                          SUPPLEMENT 11                                 CTC(F) 2106
REISSUE                                                                         TO
I
ICC  435
(
Canadian Freight Association
FREIGHT TARIFF 509
Cancels Supplement 10
Supplement 11 contains all changes.
LOCAL AND JOINT FREIGHT TARIFF
 OF 	
CHARGES
 ON 	
Special Railway Equipment
  BETWEEN	
POINTS IN CANADA
'■--
Governed,   except as otherwise provided herein,  by Canadian Classification
as more specifically stated herein (See Item 5).
EFFECTIVE JUNE 11,  1976
(Except as otherwise provided herein)
ISSUED MAY 6,  1976                                                       (Filed with the Interstate Commerce
Commission for information only)
•
NOTICE
The provisions published herein will,   if effective, not  result in an effect
on the quality of the human environment.
Issued byP.J. LAVALLEE, Agent, Canadian Freight Association, 1162 St. Antoine Street, MONTREAL, P.Q.   H3C  1B5
(CFA TARIFF   509) (675)                                    iPrimed in Canada!                           _                                         (WS) SUPPLEMENT 11 TO C.F.A. TARIFF 509
Page 4:-
SECTION 1
CHARGES FOR USE OF SPECIAL RAILWAY EQUIPMENT
Item
No.
110A
Application
When a freight car with movable bulkheads that are permanent fixtures of the car, i.e.,
a car that can be divided into two or more compartments for controlled protection of lading, is
supplied for loading, a charge of $20.00 per freight car per trip, will be assessed for the
use of such special equipment. This charge will accrue to the carrier owning or leasing such
car and will be in addition to the freight charges.
This type of special equipment will not be furnished for less than carload shipments
unless that carrier receives earnings based on carload rate and minimum weight.
120A
When a gondola car or flat car equipped with removable covers is supplied for loading,
a charge of $20.00 per car per trip will be assessed for the use of such special equipment.
This charge will accrue to the carrier owning or leasing such car and will be in addition to
the freight charges.
This type of special equipment will not be furnished for less than carload shipments
unless the carrier receives earnings based on carload rate and minimum weight.
Page 5:-
SECTION 2
CHARGES FOR USE AND DETENTION OF SPECIAL TYPE FLAT CARS
Item
No.
Application
150-1
1.    Application.
When special type flat  cars bearing Association of American Railroads Mechanical
Designation "FD" and "FW",   all types  and capacity and "FM",   all types  of 200,000 lbs.   capacity
and over,   are used,  the charges shown in Paragraph 2 and 3 below,  in addition to transportation
charges,  demurrage charges  and all other terminal or other charges lawfully on file with the
Canadian Transport Commission will apply and are to be paid by shipper or consignee and accrue
to the carrier owning or leasing the equipment.
2.    (a) Additional Charge for use (See Note l).
Note 1:- When special type heavy duty flat cars as described in Paragraph 1 above are ordered
and placed and released without being used for loading outbound revenue carload
shipments, a charge of $191.79 per car shall be assessed.                                (EC-36878)
Where distance from point of origin to
destination is
Additional charge per car for use will be
Col. A
Col. B
Col. C
Col. D
$ 191.79
$ 239.72
$ 287.64
$ 335-59
$ 383.53
$ 479.40
$2092.40
$2092.40
$2092.40
$2092.40
$2092.40
$2092.40
$ 836.95
$ 871.85
$ 906.72
$ 941.58
$ 976.45
$1046.20
$ 488.22
$ 523.11
$ 557.98
$ 592.85
$ 627.72
$ 697.47
Where distance from point of origin to
destination is
Additional charge per car for use will be
Col. E
Col.  F
Col. G
Col.H
$1046.20
$1046.20
$1046.20
$1046.20
$1046.20
$1046.20
(Cont
$1072.07
$1116.74
$1161.41
$1206.08
$1250.76
$1340.10
inued on f
$ 220.87
$ 276.06
$ 331.24
$ 386.46
$ 441.67
$ 552.08
ollowing p
$2238.87
$2238.87
$2238.87
$2238.87
$2238.87
$2238.87
age)
For explanation of reference marks, see concluding page of this supplement. SUPPLEMENT 11 TO C.F.A. TARIFF 509
SECTION 2
CHARGES FOR USE AND DETENTION OF SPECIAL TYPE FLAT CARS
Item
No.
Application
150-1
(Con.)
Where distance from point of origin to
destination is
Additional charge per car for use will be
Col. I
Col. J
Col. K
Col. L
$ 522.40
$ 559.73
$ 597.04
$ 634.35
$ 671.66
$ 746.29
$1119.43
$1119.43
$1119.43
$1119.43
$1119.43
$1119.43
$ 236.33
$ 29.5.38
$ 354.43
$ 413.51
$ 472.59
$ 590.73
$ 949.29
$ 988.85
$1028.38
$1067.95
$1107.51
$1186.61
Col. A - Will not apply on shipments loaded on CN car Nos. 667000 to 667999 inclusive nor L&N,
SCL and SOU car numbers specified in Columns B,C,D,EfG,H,I,J,K and L herein.
\„ Col. B - Applicable only on shipments loaded on SOU car No. 50099.
Col. C - Applicable only on shipments loaded on SOU car Nos. 50014-50019 inclusive.
Col. D - Applicable only on shipments loaded on SOU car Nos. 50097-50098 inclusive.
Col. E - Applicable only on shipments loaded on SOU car Nos. 50092-50096 inclusive.
Colo F - Applicable only on shipments loaded on CO car Nos. 80990-80992 inclusive.
Col. G - Applicable only on shipments loaded on CO car Nos. 80950-80959 inclusive, 80975,80977-
80979 inclusive, 80996,80997,80999; BO car Nos. 9050,9925,9935,9936; and WM car Nos.
6002,6003,6010 and 6011.
Col. H - Applicable only on LN car No. 24955.
Col. I - Applicable only on LN car No. 24952.
Col. J - Applicable only on LN car Nos. 24994 and 24995.
Col. K - Applicable only on LN car Nos. 24946-24949 inclusive, 24996,24997; SCL car Nos.
679100-679105 inclusive, 679108-679110 inclusive, 747000-747004 inclusive.
Col. L - Applicable only on LN car Nos. 24990-24993 inclusive and 4SCL car Nos.
IO9IOO-IO91IO inclusive,
(b) Governing Mileage.
Direct line mileage will apply in assessing these charges except that between
competitive points located on lines parties to this tariff, the mileage via the shortest
published route will govern via all authorized routes.
3. Additional Detention Charges (See Notes 2 and 3).
Note 2:- When special type heavy duty flat cars as described in Paragraph 1 above are ordered
and placed and released without being used for loading outbound revenue carload
shipments, detention charges set forth below shall be assessed, but in no case shall
the detention charge for such cars be less then $191.79.
Note 3:- Will not apply on shipments loaded on CN car Nos. 667000 to 667999 inclusive.
When cars are held at origin point, intermediate
point and/or destination point.
Additional Detention charges aftor
expiration of free time permitted in
Canadian Car Demurrage Bureau Rules,
Agent E.C. Szabo's CTC(F) No. 8 will be
1st 24 hours or fraction thereof after free time....
2nd ,f   H  "    "     "    "   H   " ....
3rd ft   "  ,f    "     ,f    "   "   ff ....
4th "   ,f  ,!    M     n            "   n        n
5th ,f   "  ,f    fl     "    "   M   lf
6th "   "  "    "   and each succeeding
'   24 hours or fraction thereof after free time....
"FD" Cars
"FM" and "FW"
Cars
Nil   per car
$200.00 "  "
$200.00 "  "
$400.00 "  "
$400.00 "  "
$600.00 "  "
$ 47.95 per car
$ 95.88 "  "
$ 95.88 "  »
$ 95.88 " -
$143.83 "  "
$191.79 "  "
For explanation of reference marks, see concluding page of this supplement. SUPPLEMENT 11 TO C.F.A. TARIFF 509
SECTION 2
CHARGES FOR USE AND DETENTION OF SPECIAL TYPE FLAT CARS
Item
No.
Application
CHARGES
175A
Car Description
Charges Per Car
LZJ
205A
ra
(a) A deposit of $79.68 per car must be made for each car specified in Item 200 so
ordered, which amount will be applied on the freight and car charges.
(b) If the car is not used by party making requisition, the deposit will be retained.
EXPLANATION OF REFERENCE MARKS USED IN THIS SUPPLEMENT
Reference
Mark
Explanation
<t
Reduction,
□
(With number enclosed). Reissued from supplement bearing the number enclosed within the
square.
7f
j
(THE END) SUPPLEMENT 11 TO C.F.A. TARIFF 509
SECTION 2
CHARGES FOR USE AND DETENTION OF SPECIAL TYPE FLAT CARS
Item
No.
Application
150-1
(Con.)
Where distance from point of origin to
destination is.
250 miles and under...................
Over 250 miles and not over 500 miles.
11  50O  "   "  "  "  750
•1  750  „   „  „  „ 1000
" 1000  "   "  ". " 2000 "
20UO mules.........................
..............
........00....
t.ee.oo.eo.
Additional charge per car for use will.be
Col. I
522.40
559.73
597.04
634.35
671.66
746.29
Col. J
$1119.43
$1119.43
$1119.43
$1119.43
$1119.43
$1119.43
Col. K
236.33
29.5.38
354.43
413.51
472.59
590.73
Col. L
$ 949.29
$ 988.85
$1028.38
$1067.95
$1107.51
$1186.61
Col. A - Will not apply on shipments loaded on CN car Nos. 667000 to 667999 inclusive nor L&N,
SCL and SOU car numbers specified in Columns B,C,D,E,G,H,I,J,K and L herein;* ..
Col. B - Applicable only on shipments loaded on SOU car No. 50099. ... . i
Col. G - Applicable only on shipments loaded on SOU car Nos. 50014-50019 inclusive.
Col. D - Applicable only on shipments loaded on SOU car Nos. 50097-50098 inclusive.
Col. E - Applicable only on shipments loaded on SOU car Nos. 50092-50096 inclusive.   '
Colo F - Applicable only on shipments loaded on CO car Nos. 80990-80992 inclusive.
Col. G - Applicable only on shipments loaded on CO car Nos. 80950-80959 inclusive, 80975,80977-
80979 inclusive, 80996,80997,80999; BO car Nos. 9050,9925,9935,9936; and WM car Nos.
6002,6003,6010 and 6011. *  ■
Col. H - Applicable only on LN car No. 24955.
Col. I - Applicable only on LN car No. 24952.
Col. J - Applicable only on LN car Nos. 24994 and 24995.
Col. K - Applicable only on LN car Nos. 24946-24949 inclusive, 24996,24997; SCL car Nos.
679IOO-679IO5 inclusive, 679108-679H0 inclusive, 747000-747004 inclusive.
Col. L - Applicable only on LN car Nos. 24990-24993 inclusive and &SCL car Nos.
109100-109110 inclusive,
(b) Governing Mileage.
Direct line' mileage will apply in assessing these charges except that between
competitive points located on lines parties to this tariff, the mileage via the shortest
published route will govern via all authorized routes.
3. Additional Detention Charges (See Notes 2 and 3).
Note 2:- When special type heavy duty flat cars as described in Paragraph 1 above are ordered
and placed and released without being used for loading outbound revenue carload
shipments, detention charges set forth below shall be assessed, but in no case shall  j
the detention charge for such cars be less then $191.79.
Note 3s- Will not apply on shipments loaded on CN car Nos. 667OOO to 667999 inclusive.
When cars are held at origin point, intermediate
point and/or destination point.
1st 24 hours or fraction thereof after free time...,
2nd
it
tt       11
3rd
11
it      it
4th
ff
ii       if
5th
ft
ti       if
6th
ti
ii       it
"   and each succeeding
24 hours or fraction thereof after free time..«
Additional Detention charges after
expiration of free time permitted in
Canadian Car Demurrage Bureau Rules,
Agent E.C. Szabo's CTC(F) No. 8 will be
"FD" Cars
Nil   per car
$200.00 "  "
$200.00 "  "
$400.00 "  "
$400.00 "  "
$600.00 "  "
"FM" and
Cars
"FW"
$ 47.95 per car
$ 95.88 " "
$ 95.88 " "
$ 95.88 :■■■■*'- "
$143.83 " "
$191.79 " ■ "
E;;l
For explanation of reference marks, see concluding page of this supplement.
[■■4
■ ii' t
CANADIAN    CAR    DbIiIh.HAGB    BUREAU Jf - /{/
/
western Lines y>, I   /
503-272 Main fctrlet —^
Winnipeg, Manitoba
TO ALL CONCERNED March 20th, 1973
———■———-— File:    D-36046
CIRCULAR NO. 20-D
CANCELS CIRCUIAR NO. 20-C
r -   r r   - i ■   ii    'i       ~  .t   ■ -    '    -    ---•—-!  - •
SUBJECT;       Charges for use and detention _of Special Type Flat Cars
C.F.A. Freight Tariff 9-K, Item 50-Ii provides for charges in addition to demurrage
on such cars designated "FD", "FG8', "FM", and "FW", having carrying capacity in
excess of 200,000 lbs., shipped between points in Canada.
Additional charges for use and detention of special type heavy-duty flat cars*
Trunk line - Central Territory Railroads Tariff Bureau, Freight Tariff 740-C will
apply from or to stations in the United States.
All charges for use and detention of special type flat cars described in Tariffs,
including charges on International Traffic, are to be reported to this Bureau on
regular reports, which should show in addition to the normal record and demurrage,
the detention charge, use charge, point of origin and destination, also Waybill
number and date. Items (except use charge) will be taken into Bureau accounts,
and all requests for waival or refund of these charges (except use charge) should
be directed to this Bureau,
In the event catrs of foreign ownership are used between points in Canada, C.F.A.
Tariff 9-K will apply, Canadian ownership cars presently in service are as follows:
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. SPECIAL TYPE FLAT CARS -
mm  «k — -—..— »!<■>.! ii mill ■ ■ mi n. ■,^.i-i» » ».— ■-—— i., ■ mm  ■ i wi —.»*- mm*+ i«
FD 309925 to 309929 268,000 lbs. 5 cars
FD 309965 to 309970 333,000 lbs. 6 cars
CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS
FD 672000 to 672009 270,000 lbs. 10 cars
FD 673000 , 673001 275,000 lbs. 2 cars
FD 674000 to 674003 335,000 lbs. 4 cars
FD 675000 , 675001 360,000 lbs. 2 cars
B.C. HYDB3 & POWER AUTHORITY
FD 201 to 203 362,000 lbs.  3 cars
Subsequent additions to fleets should be checked through the Official Railway
Equipment Register.
G.E. Miller,
Manager
^T"-" CPRail
Internal Correspondence
Date WINNIPEG,  May 3rd,   1974
From Mr.  R.   J.   Shepp
to Mr. R. K. Foote
File No.   1277-Pioneer Elect,
I
(^)F«rm 102-R
Reference your letter of April 15th, file J.PI02LECT,
concerning proposed movements of transformers from
Pioneer Electric, Winnipeg,.Man. to B.C. Hydro & Power
Authority, loco and Newton, B.C. routed CN-Paddington-CP
to loco and CN-Paddington-CP-New Westminster-BCH to Newton,
B.C.
These shipments can be handled over our lines from Paddington,
Man. to New Westminster and loco, B.C. and over BCH from
New Westminster, B.C. to Newton, B.C. when loaded within
car length on cars in CP 309965-70 series and measuring:
Height Above Too of Rail (ATR)   Width
2*5"
2'6"
3*0"
4«3"
7*0"
12f9"
13*0"
13f4"
15,0"
17'0"
17*8"
18'8"
to 2»
to 3'
to 4'
to 7!
to 12
to 1
to 1
to 1
to 1
to 1
to 1
to 1
6"
0"
3"
0"
»g»
3*0"
3*4"
5f0"
7t0n
7'8"
8'8"
8* 10"
10'2"
10*10"
11*6"
11*10"
12'0"
12*0" deer, to 11'8"
11 *8"
11*8" deer, to
10*8" deer, to
10*2" deer, to
9*4" deer, to
10*8"
10'2"
9* 4»
7*4n
7*4" deer, to 5'8"
Gross weight of each car and its lading not to exceed
448.800 lbs.
r
em
th?-l   .?>?<%  OOO   ib c,
jgfe^^f^^^^^r^^^^^^^T?* -.t':.••'•■' "">■ ■./■.■ V 22'22<2-v,. $ ^M*«*K!S ■l
However, this does not authorize movement of shipments
as restrictions will apply and final loaded dimensions
must be known in order to afford proper protection.
Blueprint is returned herewith.
Superintendent Transportation/
mmmmmwrnmimm
tnwiWlr- *■■!'■■ icct.»ii~-»
* OT
mm^mmm^^^^mm^m^^^i ^%^^^^^r^ &**&&$& w r; ■ g gggmsKg H*y 6, 1974
sM£
r.r. J. S. Coutta
Federal Pionfi'jr Liaitod
101 EoctTjan ."treat
Winnipeg, .".an.
8.5? 017
1'ear Sir:
Jioferrin^- to y.)ur letter of ,'pril i'J, 1/74 follovirs
rcfcrenc&j 4001-02-0'5-QA-Q*>~X>-<:>7, 4012-13-14-15-13-19,
al0O dra-jin,*,' raferenuo y.  130505100, April 9, 1974   ,
(is.C.  I'ydro; covprirur sovon tr;.nnforrcrrn froa 1 innipc£*
Kan. to Ioc*>, li.C. and siz. tran'afornnr.a fror. i innipej», Kaa*
to Netiton, jJ.C. with th<» following crin dinerr»ionsj
Shipping >n.:,th    - 12'KT
2 Kidth     «• 12* saxifftun
Kftifht - 18*10"
*si,.ht   - 285,500 lbs.
Date        - Kush for final drafting
The blueprint, «a aiaenri^d, vas forverdfed to ''uperintendent
Trr-n.^ortfition, -'"r. R. J# Thorp, and rittcchod hereto is his
luttor of May 3, 1/74, fl> 1277 Pioneer Fleet.    It will be
noted the. reatrictioas lit-.tcd in tho attachod copy of Jr.
i.hepy'a letter n.ro the s«.ae as those outlir.ed in ay letter of
Juno 7, 1973 to you.
'i.'o nre plenjed to ro-cuota th* a«a« i'r^i^ht rs-'ten aa those
indicated in By letter of .June 7,  197?, vie.
Frost    Winnipo;;, Man*
Toj        loco, B.C.
I.'ftjvton, 3.:.
&?£_. ir'- njcJ-n. £**_ K10, ]___.
___irxm   . e-iy+t
290
290
P.cutirv to loco «ill bo CP din ct.
Koutir.K to liewton *iil be via C? ft il - J'ew VratrdnaW, B.C.
I..C.K.
NMrV v   2
Raton nrii Subject to yuur advice of accoptrince and publication
prior to aovouent, r.izo to uny furthor ccner;. 1 rsto rdjuatacmt
vhioh nay be inplciaontFd by tht' r&ilv-aya.
Yauru very truly,
District *I»infiwr.
1
/.
• *
no-
cc: fir. R. J. £hepp, Supt. Transportation, Winnipeg, Kan.
. Refers.to your letter of,Kay 3» 1974, file 1277 and previous
exchanges aa mentioned above.
cc: • Mr. F*  J« Haruon, KFR, Winnipeg, Man.
Refers to your letter of April 16, 1974, file E2S 126-3'and
previous exchanges. •
"S3
,V
_  ■
l».
'E--
r'.
" i  * WIHIIIPLC, April 29. 1975
R. K.  Foote
Mr.  R. J.  Shepp
Supt.  transportation
Winnipeg, /Manitoba
File:    J.  FEDFIOME
J
Referring to your letter of Hay 3, 1974, File 1277-Pioneer
Elect, dealing; particularly with movement of transformers
from Federal Pioneer Ltd., Winnipeg, Man. to B.C. Hydro
and Power Authority, loco, D.C.
Traffic Kanarer, Mr. L>. Wiseman, telephoned April 28th
making reference to 2 depressed centre flat cars from
Winnipeg to loco, .larch 17, 1975, BCH 201 and C? 309966.
Consignees have referred demurrage charges back to shiptiera,
the assessment due to CP 8011*3 disallowance of movement
over a bridge to final destination, requiring alternative
siding unloading, taking more time, with the resultant
demurrage.
Federal Pioneer are requesting relief from these demurrage
charges, claiming prior advice of the restriction should
have been received, in line with discussions held during
our meeting March 12, 1975.
Will you kindly take up advising what reply should be
made to the claimants.
For:
District Manager'
■o
) CPRail
Internal Correspondence
£
si ■.
Date
From
To
WIHHIFEG, Man., October 9t 1975
F. J. Pamon
Mr. J. C. C. Fergusspn
Manager - Freight Tariff Bureau
WINHIPEG,  H«n.     .
FjjLlex   ML A.  126-3
■^m\>
m
I J A
.
■
V)
Will you please arrange to ispue a Limited Freight Tariff
effective today, good for thirty days, subject to and governed
by CP Tariff W. 1210, to apply on Transformers and Parts thereof,
carloads from Winnipeg, Man. as follows!
Rates !'•> cents per 100 lbs.
Klninuni ..eights
TO:
Coquitlam, B. C.
loco, B.C.
_M   _m    6_m    om    io^m
506  425  384  346  344
512  428  391  351  349
Please advise Mr. P.  '"illiamo of Mr. R. K. Foote's office, Limited
Freight Tariff numbor to cover*
M
ISGD.) F. J. HAMON
For
Manager - Pricing
ceo:    Mr.  i). W. Chapman, Manager - Pricing,  Vancouver
.^^^        Mr.  R. K.  Foote, Mst. Kgr., V-innipeg - Attention Pr. i. frilliaraa
J___J—-J>iir.  g.  T.  Botes,  Diet.  Mgr.,  Vancouver
CP. RAIL
District Mem'irjsr
MojTxetj>3 rjn ..' '"' '<i%
OC'i I . j.
/l>
r
"OForm 101T-H
\virooirVERi "b7c.
l^ti^JI^H^^j^ -;;■•'-'' »">"'■■■ .< I ..:;- »¥>*   vt,v<-^F:r>Rvii:',r7r>* r"*^'**^.. .:
■.j.-*«i'.---|:-"v 3RSSW*'TT.'" '^WW.'y.J.i
gjP^t^^^^ '"•'"'•  ""      -    ^.'.-i'^r-^'U^m
•i7xw -:- ~  '-■t.4*-.«- Receiving Offices: Retain and Use.
Use spaces in numerical order. One address to each space. Do not skip
spaces. Cancel old address completely. Use this envelope thirty times. Return
surplus to stationery stores Montreal or Winnipeg.
Canadian Pacific
Aux bureaux desfinafaires: conserver et utiiiser
Utiliser les cases dans I'ordre num£rique. Une seule adresse par case. Ne
pas sauter de cases. Annuler compl&tement I'ancienne adresse. Cette enve-
loppe sert trente fois. Retourner I'exc6dent au magasin des fournitures de
bureau a Montreal ou a Winnipeg.
Canadien Pacifique . Receiving Offices: Retain and Use.
7                                     i
$
1     —f
16
21                            )
26
s
.
j
1     /
17
/I
^22
27
f    1
(
■if      ,                                                                        .    v':-
18
23
1 28
19
24
29
I
r                                             v
(
20
25
30
(   N)   i
(
Use spaces in numerical order. One address to each space. Do not skip
spaces. Cancel old address completely. Use this envelope thirty times. Return
surplus to stationery stores Montreal or Winnipeg.
Canadian Pacific
Aux bureaux destinataires: conserver et uti
Utiliser les cases dans I'ordre numSrique. Une seule adresse
pas sauter de cases. Annuler completement I'ancienne adresse
loppe sert trente fois. Retourner I'excedent au magasin des 1
bureau a Montreal ou a Winnipeg.
Canadien Pacifique

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.chungtext.1-0356066/manifest

Comment

Related Items