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UNIFORM  CODE  OF  OPERATING RULES
NO :    FIVE
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UNIFORM CODE OF OPERATING RULES NO:  5  SIDE ONE
A. FOCUS
B. BLANK
1. CANADIAN PACIFIC PRESENTS
CANADIAN PACIFIC PRESENTS THE SECOND FILM STRIP DEALING WITH
RULES FOR THE PROTECTION OF IMPASSABLE OR SLOW TRaCK.
2. U. C 0. R. NO. 5 SUPERIMPOSED ON ANY RULE 40 PIX
THIS FILM IS CALLED U. C. 0. R. NO. 5.
3. RULES 41 AND 43 TO 49 INCLUSIVE
SPECIFICALLY, IT EXPLAINS RULES 41 AND 43 TO 49 INCLUSIVE.
IT ALSO CONTAINS INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USE OF TWO-WAY RADIOS
IN MAINTENANCE-OF-WAY WORK.
4. RULE 41
MODIFICATIONS OF RULE 40, THE MAINTENANCE-OF-WAY MANUAL
FLAGGING RULE, ARE PERMITTED TO FIT CERTAIN CONDITIONS.  RULE
41 IS SUCH A MODIFICATION.  IT SERVES AN IMPORTANT PURPOSE
BECAUSE IT IS ADEQUATE TO PROTECT DEFECTIVE TRACK MERE TRAFFIC
IS LIGHT AND M/W FORCES CORRESPONDINGLY FEW.  IT IS, IN OTHER:
WORDS, A BRANCH LINE RULE DESIGNED FOR BRANCH LINE CONDITIONS,
MERE TRAIN MOVEMENT IS SLOW, AND WHERE DELAYS ARE RELATIVELY
UNIMPORTANT COMPARED TO THROUGH TRAINS ON MaIN TRaFFIC SUBDIVISIONS.  IT CAN BE APPLIED WITHOUT THE KNOWLEDGE OF, AND ITS
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effectiveness does not in any way involve help from the train
dispatcher.
5• rule book - rule 41
rule 41 reads: "on subdivisions or portions thereof specified
in the timetable or special instructions, rule 40 may be
modified as follows:
Paragraph (a) then deals with placing the red flag and torpedoes
but before going into this, let's look at the timetable instructions authorizing' the use of the rule.
6. page of timetable
it is important to distinguish between the part of the timetable
THaT AUTHORIZES THIS RULE, AND THE PORTION KNOWN AS TIMETABLE
FOOTNOTES WHERE MOST TIMETABLE INSTRUCTIONS ARE CARRIED.
THIS PICTURE ILLUSTRATES AN OBLONG SPACE JUST BELOW STATION
NAMES ON EACH SUBDIVISION.  IF THIS SPACE MAKES NO REFERENCE
TO RULE 41, IT DOES NOT APPLY".  THE SPACE SHOWN HERE CONTAINS
THE WORDS:  RULES 41 AND 44 APPLY".  THE USE OF RULE 41 IS,
THEREFORE, PERMITTED ON THIS SUBDIVISION.
7.  MAINTENANCE-OF-WAY FLAGMAN PLaCING RED FLaG
PARaGRaPH (A) OF THE RULE READS:  "BY DaY PLAGE A RED FLAG AND - 3 -
IN ADDITION BY NIGHT A RED LIGHT BETWEEN THE RAILS 200 YARDS
IN EACH DIRECTION FROM THE DEFECTIVE OR WORKING POINT".
HERE A MAINTENANCE-OF-WAY FLAGMAN PLACES A RED FLAG FOR DaY
TIME PROTECTION.
8.  MAINTENANCE-OF-WAY FLaGMaN PLACING TORPEDOES
THE RULE CONTINUES:  "AND PLaCE TORPEDOES ONE ON EACH RaIL TO'
CAUSE ONE EXPLOSION 200 YARDS BEYOND THE RED SIGNALS.  THE
TORPEDOES ARE SO PLACED.
- 9.  MAT FLAGMAN HaS DONE
THIS SHOWS WHAT THE FLAGMAN HaS DONE UP TO THIS POINT. THE
RED FLAGS 200 YARDS IN EACH DIRECTION FROM THE DEFECTIVE OR
WORKING POINT ARE IN PLaCE, aS WELL AS ONE SET OF TORPEDOES
in each direction 200 Yards from the flags.
10.  FLAGMAN PLACING YELLOW OVER RED FLaG
Paragraph (b) provides that by day place a yellow over red
FLaG AND, IN ADDITION, BY NIGHT A YELLOW LIGHT AND A RED
LIGHT AT LEAST 2000 YARDS IN EACH DIRECTION FROM THE DEFECTIVE
OR WORKING POINT TO THE RIGHT OF THE TRaCK aS SEEN' FROM AN
APPROACHING TRAIN.
THE FLAGMAN HaS NOW MOVED OUT AND IS SO PLACING THE YELLOW OVER
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11o  FLAGMAN PLACING TORPEDOES
HE THEN PLACES THE FIRST SET OF TORPEDOES IN COMPLIANCE WITH
THE RULE, WHICH CONTINUES:  "AND PLaCE TORPEDOES NOT MORE THaN
100 NOR LESS THAN 50 YARDS APART TO CAUSE TWO EXPLOSIONS 200
YARDS BEYOND THESE SIGNALS".
12. FLAGMAN PLACING SECOND SET OF TORPEDOES
AND HERE THE SECOND SET OF TORPEDOES IS PLACED.  WE NOW HAVE
THE NECESSARY FLAGGING EQUIPMENT AT THE 2000 YARD MaRK.
13. DIAGRAM OF WHOLE PROTECTION
THIS IS WHAT THE FLAGMAN HAS DONE.  NOTE THE DEFECTIVE OR
WORKING POINT ON THE RIGHT OF THE DIAGRAM.  THE RED FLAG HAS
BEEN PLACED BETWEEN THE RAILS 200 YARDS FROM THE DEFECTIVE
POINT, AND ONE SET OF TORPEDOES 200 YARDS FROM THE RED FLaG.
FROM THE DEFECTIVE POINT TO THE YELLOW OVER RED FLaG IS AT
LEAST 2000 YARDS, AND 200 YARDS BEYOND THE YELLOW OVER RED
FLAG ARE TWO SETS OF TORPEDOES NOT MORE THAN 100 NOR LESS THAN
50 YaRDS APaRT TO CaUSE TWO EXPLOSIONS.  THIS PROTECTION IS
DUPLICATED aT THE OTHER END TO GOVERN TRAINS IN THE OPPOSITE
DIRECTION.
14. TRaIN APPROACHING YELLOW OVER RED
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PaRaGRaPH (C) CONTINUES:  "TRAINS APPROACHING THE SIGNaLS
PRESCRIBED BY CLAUSE (B), (THESE ARE THE TORPEDOES AND THE
YELLOW OVER RED FLaG), MUST STOP.
15. FLAGMAN REPLACING TORPEDOES
REPLaCE THE TORPEDOES	
16. TRAIN APPROACHING RED FLaG
" AND PROCEED TO THE RED SIGNAL PRESCRIBED BY CLAUSE (A)
PREPARED TO STOP, AND THERE BY GOVERNED BY INSTRUCTION'S OR
SIGNAL OF THE FLAGMAN, BUT MUST NOT PROCEED UNTIL THE RED
SIGNAL HAS BEEN REMOVED IN THE CLEaR VIEW OF THE ENGINEMAN..
HERE THE ONE SET OF TORPEDOES 200 YARDS FROM THE RED FLAG HAVE
BEEN EXPLODED, aND THE TRaIN IS STOPPING AT THE RED FLAG, MICH
IS 200 YARDS FROM THE DEFECTIVE POINT.
17. QUESTION
ALTHOUGH SIGNaLS REQUIRED IN THIS RULE aPPEaR TO BE ARRANGED
TO STOP a TRaIN IN EVERY CASE, THE RULE ALSO INDICaTES THAT
A TRaIN COULD BE GOVERNED BY A SIGNAL FROM THE FLAGMAN WHICH
WOULD ELIMINATE THE NECESSITY OF STOPPING.  IS THIS CORRECT?
18. TRAIN STOPPING AT RED SIGNaL
YES. THE RULE REQUIRES THaT THE TRaIN MUST ALWAYS BE PREPARED
TO STOP WHILE IT IS APPROACHING THE RED FLaG, aND WHAT THE TRAIN o
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DOES DEPENDS ENTIRELY ON THE ACTION OF THE FLAGMAN.
IF THE TRaCK IS IMPASSABLE THE FLaGMAN TaKES NO ACTION THaT
WOULD INDICATE THE TRaCK IS REaDY FOR USE, aND THE TRAIN STOPS
AT THE RED SIGNAL.
19. FLAGMaN SPEAKING TO ENGINEMaN
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE ENGINEMAN, INCLUDING ANY SPEED RESTRICTIONS,
IF NECESSARY, MUST BE GIVEN BY THE FLAGMAN BEFORE THE TRAIN
PROCEEDS.
HERE THE NECESSARY INSTRUCTIONS ARE BEING GIVEN.
20. FLAGMAN REMOVING RED FLAG
BUT IF THERE ARE NO RESTRICTIONS OVER MET HAS BEEN THE DEFECTIVE
TRaCK, A3 SOON AS THE TRaCK IS READY THE FOREMAN MAY REMOVE
THE REE FLAG.
21. FLaGMAN GIVING PROCEED SIGNAL
THEN GIVE A PROCEED SIGNaL TO THE TRaIN.  THIS PERMITS THE
TRAIN TO PROCEED AT NORMAL SPEED.
22. QUESTION
WOULD IT BE PERMISSIBLE FOR THE FOREMAN TO ARRANGE FOR REMOVaL
OF THE RED FLaG AS SOON aS THE TRaCK IS OK, THEN WHEN TILE TRAIN
COMES IN SIGHT GIVE IT THE USUAL PROCEED SIGNAL?
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23 •  FLaGMaN REMOVING- RED FLAG
NO.  THE RULE STIPULATES THAT THE TRaIN MUST NOT PROCEED UNTIL
THE RED FLAG HaS BEEN REMOVED IN CLEaR VIEW OF THE ENGINEMAN.
THE --ENGINEMAN MUST 'THEREFORE SEE THE RED FLaG BEING REMOVED,
AS ILLUSTRATED HERE, OR HE HaS NO OPTION BUT TO COME TO A STOP.
24. NOTE QUOTED aS BELOW
EMPHASIS IS PLACED ON THE NOTE MICH READS:  THE RED SIGNAL
MUST NOT BE REMOVED EXCEPT AS AUTHORIZED BY THE FOREMAN IN CHARGE.
25. FLAGS WITH MATCHING LIGHTS
PARAGRAPH (D) STIPULATES THAT MERE WEATHER OR OTHER CONDITIONS
OBSCURE DAY SIGNALS, NIGHT SIGNALS MUST BE USED IN ADDITION.
HERE LIGHTS ARE IN POSITION MATCHING THE COLOURS OF FLAGS, TO
FULFILL THIS PORTION OF THE RULE.
26. fUESTION
IN PARAGRAPH (B) THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE YELLOW OVER RED FLAG AND
. THE TORPEDOES IS 200 YARDS.  IN RULE 40 MERE TORPEDOES ARE USED
IN CONJUNCTION WITH A FLAGMAN THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE FLAGMAN
AND THE FIRST SET OF TORPEDOES IS "AT LEAST 200 YaRDS".  WHAT
IS THE REASON FOR THIS DIFFERENCE?
27. DIAGRAMS RULES 40 aND 41
NOTE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TWO RULES ON THIS DIAGRAM.
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RULE 40, ILLUSTRATED ON THE LEFT, CONTAINS THE EXPRESSION
"AT LEAST 200 YARDS" WHICH PERMITS THE FLAGMAN TO STRETCH
THE DISTANCE FROM THE TORPEDOES TO- MERE HE IS STANDING IF
HE CONSIDERS IT ADVISABLE.  IN RULE 41, SHOM AT RIGHT, THE
DISTANCE BETWEEN THE YELLOW OVER RED FLaG AND THE TORPEDOES
IS"200 YARDS" PERMITTING NO LEEWAY AS IN RULE 40.
28. REAR MORE THAN 200 YARDS
IF TORPEDOES ARE REPLACED WHILE THE REAR OF THE TRAIN IS
STANDING IN THE POSITION SHOM, THEY WILL BE MORE THAN THE
200 YARDS PRESCRIBED BY THE RULE.  OBVIOUSLY, THE TRAIN WILL
HAVE TO PULL DOWN A SUFFICIENT DISTANCE TO BRING ITS REAR
WITHIN THE 200 YARDS FROM THE YELLOW OVER RED FLaG.
29. QUESTION
i'ERE WE SAYING THaT THESE fORPSDOES MUST BE PLACED EXACTLY
200 YARDS FROM THE YELLOW OVER RED FLAG?
30. TRAIN STOPPED WITH REAR WITHIN 200 YARDS
UNTIL a MEaNS OF MEaSURING EXACT DISTANCES IS PROVIDED, THE
EXPRESSION "EXACTLY 200 YARDS" CAN HARDLY BE APPLIED.  THE
MAIN PURPOSE OF THIS PORTION OF INSTRUCTION IS TO POINT OUT
THE DIFFICULT POSITION THS TRAINMAN REPLACING TORPEDOES IS
IN, UNLESS THE STOP IS MaDE AS .SHOWN ON THIS DIAGRAM.  WHERE
THE WORDS "AT LEAST" ABE USED, 200 YARDS CaN BECOME 300 OR
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THE DISTANCE, THE 'WORDS "AT LEAST" ARE NOT USED, INDICATING
NO LEEWAY IS PERMITTED.  RULE 41 IS SUCH A RULE.
31. QUESTION
MERE THE TIMETABLE CARRIES THE INSTRUCTION THAT "RULE 41
APPLIES" THE VIEW IS SOMETIMES EXPRESSED THaT RULE 40 MUST
NOT BE USED.  IS THIS CORRECT?
32. TIMETABLE SHOWING "RULE 41 APPLIES"
NO.  RULE 40 IS A MANUAL FLAGGING ARRANGEMENT FOR THE PROTECTION OF ANY SITUATION ON ANY MAIN TRaCK THE NATURE OF WHICH
REQUIRES A MOVEMENT TO STOP.  IT IS NOT RESTRICTED AS TO ITS
USE.  RULE 41 IS MERELY A MODIFICATION OF RULE 40.
33. RULE 44
WE HAVE JUST ILLUSTRATED RULE 41, THaT WILL PROTECT IMPASSABLE
TRACK ON BRANCH LINE SUBDIVISIONS.
LET'S NOW LOOK AT A RULE THAT WILL PLACE A SPEED RESTRICTION
ON A LENGTH OF TRaCK WHERE CONDITIONS aRE SIMILaR TO 'WHAT THEY
ARE MERE RULE 41 IS AUTHORIZED.
RULE 44 IS SUCH A PULE. IT IS APPLIED ENTIRELY INDEPENDENT
OF THE TRAIN DISPATCHER, AND BECOMES USEFUL ON SUBDIVISIONS
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HAVE NO 'MEANS OF GETTING IN TOUCH WITH THE TRAIN DISPATCHER
WITHOUT TRAVELLING A CONSIDERABLE DISTANCE.
34. RULE 44 QUOTED
THERE aRE IMPORTANT RESTRICTIONS AGAINST THE USE OF THIS
RULE.  FIRST, LET'S SEE MAT IT SAYS:
ON SUBDIVISIONS OR PORTIONS THEREOF SPECIFIED IN THE TIMETABLE
OR SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS, WHEN THE MAIN TRACK IS FOUND TO BE
UNSAFE FOR MOVEMENTS AT NORMAL SPEED BUT SAFE FOE SPEED OF
TEN MILES PER HOM OR MORE, RULE 41 MAY BE MODIFIED AS FOLLOWS:
35. RULE 41 BELOW STATION NAMES
BEFORE GOING MY FURTHER, LET'S CONSIDER THE RESTRICTIONS.
AUTHORIZATION IS FOUND IN THE SAME PLACE AS THAT FOR THE USE
OF RULE 41, AND THEY ARE USUALLY COMBINED IN THE MANNER SHOM,
HERE BOTH RULES 41 AND 44 APPLY.
RULE 44 IS ESPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR USE WHERE THERE IS NO
DIRECT CONTACT WITH THE TRaIN DISPATCHER BECAUSE IT IS A
METHOD OF PLACING A SPEED RESTRICTION WITHOUT THE USE OF
FORM V TRaIN ORDER.  BUT BECAUSE IT CAN ONLY BE USED 'WHERE THE
DEFECTIVE TRaCK IS GOOD FOR TEN MILES PER HOM OR MORE, THE
MOST IMPORTANT RESTRICTION IS THaT IT MUST NOT BE USED WHERE
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TRAINS MUST BE RESTRICTED TO A SPEED LESS THaN TEN MILES PER
HOM.
36. FLAGMAN PLACING YELLOW FLAG.
PARAGRAPH (A) PROVIDES:  BY DAY PLACE A YELLOW FLaG AND, IN
ADDITION, BY NIGHT A YELLOW LIGHT 200 YARDS IN EACH DIRECTION
FROM THE DEFECTIVE POINT TO THE RIGHT OF THE TRACK AS SEEN
FROM AN APPROACHING TRaIN.  HERE THE YELLOW FLAG IS SO PLACED.
37. FLAGMAN PLACING YELLOW OVER RED FLaG
PARAGRAPH (B) CONTINUES:  BY DAY PLACE A YELLOW OVER RED
FLaG aND, IN ADDITION, A YELLOW LIGHT AND A RED LIGHT AT
LEAST 2000 YARDS IN EACH DIRECTION FROM THE DEFECTIVE POINT
TO THE RIGHT OF THE TRaCK AS SEEN FROM AN APPROACHING TRAIN.
38. FLAGMAN PLACLNG TORPEDOES
MD PLaCE TORPEDOES NOT MORE THAN 100 NOR LESS THAN 50 YARDS
APART TO CAUSE TWO EXPLOSIONS 200 YARDS BEYOND THESE SIGNaLS.
TORPEDOES ARE PLaCED aS REQUIRED.
59. FLAGMaN placing green flag
PARAGRAPH (C) READS:  BY DAY PLACE 4- GREEN FLAG AND, IN ADDITION, BY NIGHT a GREEN LIGHT IN EACH DIRECTION IMMEDIATELY
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40. -THAT FLAGMAN HAS DONE
THIS SHOM MAT THE FLAGMAN HAS DONE.  NOTICE THE YELLOW FLAG
200 YARDS FROM THE DEFECTIVE POINT; THE YELLOW OVER RED FLAG
AT LEAST 2000 YARDS FROM THE DEFECTIVE POINT, AND TWO SETS
OF TORPEDOES NOT MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED NOR LESS THAN 50 YARDS
APART TO CAUSE TWO EXPLOSIONS 200 YARDS BEYOND THE YELLOW OVER
RED FLAG.  ALSO IN PLACE IS THE GREEN FLAG IMMEDIATELY BEYOND
THE DEFECTIVE POINT.  THE SAME PROTECTION IS REQUIRED GOVERNING TRaINS MOVING IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION.
41. TRAINMAN REPLACING TORPEDOES
PARAGRAPH (D) CONTINUES:  TRaINS MUST STOP AND REPLACE TORPEDOES
ON EACH SIDE OF THE DEFECTIVE POINT.
42. TRAIN APPROACHING YELLOW FLaG
AFTER REPLACING TORPEDOES IT MAY PROCEED BUT MUST REDUCE
SPEED TO TEN MILES PER HOUR BEFORE PASSING THE YELLOW SIGNAL,
4 3•  REAR OF TRaIN BEYOND MEEN FLAG
 AND MUST NOT INCREASE SPEED UNTIL THE ENTIRE TRaIN HaS
PASSED THE GREEN SIGNAL.  THIS TRaIN IS NOV/ ABLE TO RESUME
NORMAL SPEED BECAUSE IT HAS PASSED THE DEFECTIVE POINT.
44.  YELLOW OVER RED, YELLOW & GREEN FLAGS
PARAGRAPH (E) PROVIDES THaT MEN WEATHER OR OTHER CONDITIONS
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OBSCURE DAY SIGNaLS, NIGHT SIGNaLS MUST BE USED IN ADDITION.
THIS ILLUSTRATES HOW LIGHTS OF THE CORRESPONDING COLOUR ARE
DISPLAYED TO COMPLY WITH THIS PORTION OF THE RULE.
45. FOREMAN ON THE PHONE TO DISPATCHER
PARAGRAPH (F) CONCLUDES:  THE FOREMM MUST REPORT THE CONDITION TO THE TRAIN DISPATCHER AS SOON AS PRACTICABLE, AND WHEN
ADVISED THAT SPEED RESTRICTION HAS BEEN PLACED BY TRAIN ORDER
MUST MARK THE DEFECTIVE POINT AS PRESCRIBED BY RULE 43.
46. QUESTION
THIS RULE WELL NOT PERMIT A SPEED OF MORE THAN TEN MILES PER
HOM.  IF A FOREMEN HAD A CONDITION THaT WOULD NOT BE SAFE
FOR A SPEED OF MORE THAN FILE MILES PER HOM, COULD IT BE
PROTECTED BY THIS RULE?
47. TRaIN APPROACHING YELLOW OVER RED FLaG
NO, BECAUSE THE RULE AUTHORIZES A SPEED OF TEN MILES PER HOUR,
TWICE AS FAST AS THE CONDITION OF THE TRACK WELL PERMIT.
48. QUESTION
GOULD THIS RULE BE USED TO PROTECT A SPEED RESTRICTION OF
TWENTY MILES PER HOM?
49. TRAIN PASSING GREM FLAG
YES.  THE RULE WILL NOT AUTHORIZE a SPEED OF MORE THAN TEN
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MILES PER HOUR.  TRACK GOOD FOR TWENTY MILES PER HOUR CANNOT
BE ADVERSELY AFFECTED BY A TRAIN THAT CANNOT EXCEED TEN.
50. QUESTION
RULES 41 AND 44 ARE HMILAR IN THaT EITHER ONE CAN BE PUT ON
BY THE FOREMAN ON THE GROUND WITHOUT THE HELP OF THE TRAIN
DISPATCHER.  IN RULE 41, THE TRaIN CREW REPLACES TORPEDOES
ENTERING THE AREA, BUT IN RULE 44, THS TRAIN CREW MUST REPLACE
TORPEDOES ON BOTH SIDES OF THE DEFECTIVE POINT.  WHY IS THIS?
51. DIAGRAM OF RULE 44, FLAGS, ETC.
IN RULE 41, ON THE LEFT, THE TRACK IS IMPASSABLE, AND SINCE
A TRAIN STOPPED AT THE RED FLAG CANNOT PROCEED MTIL IT HAS
BEEN REMOVED, A MEMBER OF THE M/W CREW MUST BE THERE, MD
HE WILL BE AVAILABLE TO REPLACE TORPEDOES AT THE DEFECTIVE
POINT, AS WELL AS THOSE AT THE 2000 YARD MARK AS THE TRAIN
LEAVES THE AREA.
BUT WHEN RULE 44, SHOWN ON THE RIGHT IS IN USE, IT WILL BE
NOTED THERE IS NO FLaG AT THE DEFECTIVE POINT THaT MS THE
EFFECT OF STOPPING THE TRAIN.  SINCE RULE 44 MERELY PLACES
A SPEED RESTRICTION, NO M/W PERSONNEL WILL BE AT THE DEFECTIVE
POINT, AND THERE WELL CONSEQUENTLY BE NO ONE TO REPLACE TORPEDOES EXCEPT THE ORE"./ OF THE TRAIN.  IT IS, THEREFORE, A
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REQUIREMENT OF THE RULE THAT THE TRAIN CREW REPLACE TORPEDOES
ON BOTH'SIDES OF THE DEFECTIVE POINT.
52. RULE 45
RULE 43 IS. DESIGNED TO PLACE A SPEED RESTRlOfION ON DEFECTIVE
TRaCK BY TRaIN ORDER.  IT READS LIKE THIS:
WHEN THE NATURE OF THE DEFECT DOSS NOT REQUIRE A STOP TO BE
MADE, AND AFTER SPEED RESTRICTION MS BEEN PLACED BY TRAIN
ORDER AND THE FOREMAN SO ADVISED, RULES 40 AND 41 MAY BE
MODIFIED AS FOLLOWS:
53. FORM V TRaIN ORDER
BEFORE GOING INTO PLACING OF FLAGS, LET'S HAVE A LOOK AT THE
TRaIN ORDER USED WITH THIS RULE.
IT IS CALLED A FORM V TRAIN ORDER, AND READS LIKE MIS:
DO NOT EXCEED TEN (10) MILES PER HOUR BETWEEN MILEAGE THREE
POINT FIM (3-5) AND MILEAGE THREE POINT SEVEN (3-7).
THE EXPLANATION CARRIED BELOW THIS EXAMPLE IN THE RULE BOOK -
SAYS IT IS TO BE USED MEN TRaCK IS REPORTED UNSAFE FOR NORMAL
SPEED, OR FOR OTHER CONDITIONS AS MAY BE REQUIRED.
54. PLaCING MLLOW FLAG
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TION BY NIGHT a YELLOW" LIGHT AT LEAST 2000 YaRDS IN EACH
DIRECTION FROM THE DEFECTIVE POINT TO THE RIGHT OF THE TRACK
AS SEEN FROM AN APPROACHING TRAIN.  HERE THE FLAGMAN SO PLaCES
THE YELLOW FLaG.
55. PLACING GREEN FLaG
BY DAY PLaCE A GREEN FLAG AND, IN ADDITION BY NIMT A MEEN
LIGHT IN EACH DIRECTION IMMEDIATELY BEYOND THE DEFECTIVE POINT.
THE GREEN FLaG IS PLACED ACCORDINGLY.
56. MAT FLAGMAN HAS DONE
THE YELLO".] FLaG SHOWN IN PLaCE HERE AT LEAST 2000 YaRDS FROM
THE DEFECTIVE POINT, AND THE GREM FLAG IMMEDIATELY BEYOND,
COMPLETE THE PROTECTION REQUIRED BY THIS RULE.
57. TRAIN APPROACHING YELLOW FLAG
PARAGRAPH (C) TELLS TRaINS TO REDUCE SPEED TO COMPLY '.VITH
REQUIREMENTS OF THE TRaIN ORDER.
NOTE THE TRAIN. APPROACHING THE YELLOW FLaG.  AT LEAST 2000
YaRDS beyond this flag, the train must be down to the speed
specified in the train order, in this case ten miles per hour..
58. TRaIN JUST PAST THE GREEN' FLaG
 AND MUST NOT INCREASE SPEED UNTIL THE ENTIRE TRAIN HAS
PASSED THE GREEN SIGNAL.
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AFTER THE TRAIN REACHES THE POSITION SHOWN, THE DEFECTIVE
POINT MS BEEN PASSED AND NORMAL SPEED MAY BE RESUMED.
59. QUESTION
IT IS NOTED THIS RULE ALSO CONTAINS THE REQUIREMENT TMT
AFTER SPEED RESTRICTION HAS BEEN PLACED BY TRaIN ORDER, THE
FOREMAN MUST BE ADVISED.  SINCE THE FOREMAN WOULD IN MOST
CASES BE THE ONE ASKING FOR THE TRAIN ORDER IN THE FIRST
PLACE, MY IS IT IMPORTANT THAT EE  BE ADVISED WHEN THE TRAIN
ORDER BE POSTED?
60. ENGINEMAN READING TRAIN ORDMS
WHEREVER TRAIN ORDERS GOVERN TRaINS IN THE APPLICATION OF RULES
FOR THE PROTECTION OF IMPASSABLE OR SLOW7 TRaCK, FLaGS MUST BE
PLACED.  THESE FLAGS MUST NEVER BE PLACED AHEAD OF TIM, AND
MUST BE PLACED AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE AFTER THE TRAIN ORDER
IS IN EFFECT.  THE FOREMAN MUST THEREFORE BE INFORMED WHEN THE
TRAIN ORDER WILL BECOME EFFECTIVE, AS WELL AS THE LIMITS
SPECIFIED THEREIN.
61. PLEASE CHANGE RECORD
NO:  COMMENT.
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MIFQRM CODE OF OPERATING RULES NOj 5.
2ND HALF
62. QUESTION
THIS RULE DOES NOT CONTAIN THE REQUIREMENT THAT A CLEAR VIEW
OF, IF POSSIBLE, 500 YARDS MUST BE MD OF THE MLLOW FLAG.
MY SHOULD THIS NOT BE NECESSARY?  RULE 42 DEMANDS IT.
63. COMPARING BXMPLB (1) aND EXaMPLE (2)
A GOOD DEAL MORE IS INVOLVED WMRE RULE 42 IS IN USE BY WAY
OF A RESTRICTION ON TRaINS.  NOTE THE DIAGRAM OF RULE 42 MEN
FIRST MD SECOND EMMPLES OF FORM Y TRaIN ORDER HAVE BEEN
PROVIDED.  UNDER BOTH EXAMPLES A CLEAR VIEW OF THE YELLOW
FLAG OF, IF POSSIBLE 500 YaRDS IS NECESSARY BECAUSE A STOP
MUST BE MADE UNLESS CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS ARE MET AS THE TRaIN
CLOSES UP ON THE RED FLaG.
64. SME COMPARISON WITH RUM 45 aDDED
IN RULE 43 ADDED ON THE RIGHT OF THE DIAGRAM, A STOP DOES NOT
HAM TO BE MaDE.  THE YELLOW FLAG MERELY MMS A TRaIN WHEN
IT IS 2000 YARDS FROM THE POINT WHERE TEE RESTRICTION SPECIFIED IN THE TRAIN ORDER COMMENCES.  SINCE THE RESTRICTION DOES
NOT REQUIRE A STOP, A CLEAR VIEW OF THE YELLOW FLAG OF 500
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65. QUESTION
IT IS ALSO NOTED THERE IS NOTHING IN THIS RULE THaT MARKS
THE EXACT POINT WHERE THE TRaIN MUST BE DOWN TO THE SPEED
REQUIRED BY TRaIN ORDER, ALTHOUGH A GREEN FLaG INFORMS IT MEN
IT MS PASSED THE DEFECTIVE POINT.  THIS DOES NOT SEEM CONSISTENT
MEN COMPARED WITH OTHM M/W MLES.
66. YELLOW AND GREEN FLAGS
IT MUST BE REMEMBERED THE POINT WHERE THE RESTRICTION STARTS
WILL BE GIVEN IN THE TRAIN ORDER WHICH MUST PRESCRIBE THE
LIMITS.
REFERENCE TO THIS DIAGRAM WILL SHOW THE POSITION OF THE GREEN
FLAGS.  THE FLAG THAT GOVERNS THIS TRAIN IS THE ONE ON THE
SME SIDE AS THE ENGIaEMAN, OR THE FARTHEST ONE TO THE RIMT.
BUT IF THE ENGINEMAN NOTICES TM POSITION OF THE FLaG TO THE
LEFT, WHICH GOVERNS TRaINS IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION, HE CM
DEPEND ON THE TRACK BETWEEN THESE GREEN FLAGS AS BEING THE
DEFECTIVE TRACK REFERRED■TO IN HIS TRAIN ORDER.
67. RULE 45
RULE 45 DISTINGUISHES BETMM MERE FLAGS ARE PLaCED MERE
TM MAIN TRaCKS ARE ON THE SAME ROADBED aND WHERE THEY ARE
LOCATED ON SINGLE TRACK.
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68. QUOTE RULE 45
IT READS:  IN PROVIDING PROTECTION EACH MAIN TRaCK MUST BE
REGARDED AS A TRaCK UPON WHICH TRAINS MAY RM IN EITHER DIRECTION.  WHERE TM MAIN TRACKS aRE ON THE SAME ROADBED, FLAGS
MD LIGHTS REQUIRED TO BE PLACED TO THE RIGHT OF TM TMCK
AS SEEN FROM AN APPROACHING TRAIN UNDER RULES 41 - 44 INCLUSIVE, MUST BE PLACED TO THE OUTSIDE OF THE TMCK AFFECTED MD
NOT BETWEEN THE TWO MAIN TRaCKS.
69. COMPARISON IN MLE 41
A COMPARISON OF RULE 41 IS ILLUSTRATED ON THIS DIAGRAM.  ON
THE LEFT FLAGS ARE SHOWN MERE THE RESTRICTION IS ON SINGLE
TRaCK.  ON THE RIGHT FLAGS ME PLACED AS REQUIRED IN TWO TRACK
TERRITORY TO COVER A RESTRICTION ON THE NORTHWARD TRACK.
NOTE THE ONLY FLaG AFFECTED HERE IS THE ONE AT TOP RIGHT,
INDICATED WITH THE RED aRROW.
70. COMPARISON IN RULE 42/1
AND THIS IS RULE 42 WHEN EXAMPLE 1 OF FORM Y TRAIN ORDER
:  GOVERNS.  TM ARROW INDICATES THERE IS STILL ONLY ONE FLAG
AFFECTED.
71. COMPARISON IN RULE 42/2
WHEN EMMPLE 2 OF FORM Y TRaIN ORDER IS PROVIDED, THE COMPARISON
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LOOKS LIKE THIS.  HERE THE ARROWS ARE DIRECTED TO TM TM
FLAGS THAT ARE AFFECTED.
72. COMPARISON IN RULE 45
THIS IS RULE 43 WHEN" FORM V TRAIN ORDER, COMMONLY REFERRED
TO AS A SLOW/ ORDER, IS IN EFFECT.
73. TM TRACKS COMPARED WITH TM MAIN TRACKS ON SAME ROADBED
THE ILLUSTRATIONS TO THIS POINT, MD THE ONE ON THE LEFT OF
THIS DIAGRAM, SHOW FLAGS PLACED TO COVER MOVEMENTS AGAINST
THE CURRENT OF TRAFFIC, AS WELL AS NORMAL MOVEMENTS WITH THE
CURRMT OF TRaFFIC.  ON THE RIGHT IS SHOM TWO MAIN TRACKS ON
THE SAME ROADBED EACH FOR SINGLE TRACK OPERATION AS THEY ARE
FREQUENTLY LOCATED AT JUNCTIONS TO ACCOMODATE MOVEMENTS FROM
ONE SUBDIVISION TO ANOTHER.  TMRE IS NO CURRENT OF TRAFFIC
HERE, BUT BECAUSE BOTH MIN TRACKS ARE ON THE SAME ROADBED
THE RULE MPLIES.  EVEN THOUGH IT IS SINGLE TRaCK OPERATION
ON EACH TRACK, FLAGS MUST NOT BE PLACED BETMEN THE TRACKS.
74. RULE 46
RULE 46 READS:  WHEN FLAGS OR LIGHTS ARE PLACED AS SET FORTH
IN RULES 41 - 45 INCLUSIVE, THEY WILL BE MOMTED ON STAFFS
AND ELEVATED SO THERE WILL BE AN UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW OF THEM
FROM AN APPROACHING TRAIN.
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75. MLLOW OVER RED FLAGS & LIMTS
THIS ILLUSTRATES THE LIGHTS REFERRED TO IN RULE 46.  TMY
ARE PLACED TO CORRESPOND TO THE COLOUR OF THE FLAGS,
76. RULE 47
RULE 47 READS THAT WHERE THE USE OF TORPEDOES IS REQUIRED,
DUPLICATES SHOULD BE PMCED ON THE OPPOSITE RAIL TO EMLODE
SIMULTANEOUSLY.
77•  SECTIONMAN PLACING TORPEDOES
HERE THE FLAGMAN CLAMPS A DUPLICATE TORPEDO TO THE RAIL
OPPOSITE THE ONE ALREADY IN PLaCE.
78. RULE 48
ACCORDING TO RULE 48 TORPEDOES MUST NOT BE PLACED NEAR STATIONS
NOR ON PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE.  OUR FMGMAN IN THIS DIAGRAM
HaS REaCHED A POL AT WHME HE WOULD NORMALLY PMCE TORPEDOES.
BUT PLACED HERE, THEY WOULD BE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO BOTH
THE STATION AND THE CROSSING.
79. ENGINE EXPLODING TORPEDOES
THE RULE IS DESIGNED TO PREVENT INJURY TO PEDESTRIANS MO
ARE IN THE VICINITY OF PUBLIC CROSSINGS AND STATIONS.  TO
AVOID MAT IS TAKING PLaCE HME, THE FMGMAN WOULD HAVE TO
PLaCE TORPEDOES ELSEWHERE.
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80. TORPEDOES PROPERLY PLACED
HERE TORPEDOES ARE PROPERLY PLACED.  IT MS NECESSARY FOR
OUR FLAMAN TO WALK OUT FURTHER TO PMCE TORPEDOES AMY FROM
THE STATION MD PUBLIC CROSSING AND THUS ELIMINATE THE POSSIBILITY OF INJURY.
81. RULE 49
RULE 49 PROVIDES THAT A SIGN HEARING FIGURES INDICATING PERMISSIBLE SPEEDS, OR THE WORD SLOW/, PLACED AT THE SIDE OF THE TMCK
WILL INDICATE A PEEMMENT SLOW ORDER:  ITS LOCATION aND SPEEDS
PERMITTED WILL BE SPECIFIED IN THE TIMETABLE OR SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS.
82. SIGN WITH 40 ON
TV/0 TYPES OF SIGNS HAVING TO DO WITH SPEEDS WILL BE SHOWN.
PAGE 94 OF FORM CS 44 SHOM THE SIGN ILLUSTRATED HERE, AND TM
. INSTRUCTIONS STATE THIS SIGN WILL BE USED TO CALL ATTENTION
TO A PERMANENT SLOW ORDER SPECIFIED IN THE TIMETABLE OR
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS.
83. SIGN WITH 50 AND 40 ON
WHEN TWO SPEEDS ARE SHOM ON THE SIGN, THE UPPER SPEED WILL
APPLY TO PASSENGER TRAINS AND THE LOWER SPEED TO FREIMT TMINS.
THIS SIGN PMMITS 40 MPH FOR PASSENGER AND 30 MM FOR FREIMT
TRAINS.
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84, SIGN WITH 50 ON
WHERE ONE SPEED IS SHOWN ON A SIGN IT WILL APPLY TO PASSENGER
TRAINS AND ALSO TO OTHER TRAINS WHICH ARE OTHERWISE AUTHORIZED
TO OPEMTE AT HIGHER SPEEDS.  THIS SIGN APPLIES TO ALL TRAINS,
UNLESS THEIR NORMAL SPEED IS OTHERWISE LESS THAN 30 MILES PER
HOM.
85. GREEN TARGET
THIS IS A RESUME SPEED SIGN.  IT IS LOCATED AT EXIT  FROM
SPEED ZONE TO INDICATE THaT AFTER ENTIRE TRaIN HAS PASSED THE
sign, Maximum authorized speed may be resumed.
86. slow sign
this is another type of sign used in some locations marking
a speed zone. it has the disadvantage that permissible speed
can only be determined by referring to the timetable or special
instructions because figures me not used when the word "slow"
appears on ths sign.
87. timetable portion showing speed restrictions
no matter mich type is used, essential information wim
Always be found in the timemble, or special instructions,
note the columns in the th etable instructions showing speeds
W
OPPOSITE THE MILEAGES WHERE THEY ARE IN EFFECT.
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THIS CONCLUDES RULES 40 TO 49.
MAINTENANCE-OF-MY RADIO
88.  MAINTENANCE-OF-WAY RaDIO
THIS PORTION OF THS FILMSTRIP WILL DEAL WITH THE CARE AND
OPERATION OP TWO WAY MDIO.  IT IS VIMLLY IMPORTMT THAT
EVERY EMPLOYEE THOROUGHLY UNDERSTAND REGULATIONS MD PROCE-
DMES TMT SURROMD RaDIO COMMUNICATION.
MAINTENANCE-OF-WAY RADIO
89-
90.
ALTHOUGH THE MMUFACTURER aND MODELS OF RADIOS MAY VARY, THE
OPERATION IS SIMILaR.  M WILL COVM HOW TO CHMGE MD RECMRGE
BATTERIES, CHANGE THE ANTENNAE, AND HOW TO PROPERLY SPEAK MD
ESTABLISH CONTACT WITH OTHER PEOPLE.
TM FIRST TWO WAY RADIO M WILL STUDY IS MANUFACTURED BY
PYE TELECOMMUNICATIONS LTD.
OPERATING CONTROLS WITH CONTROLS NUMBERED
LET'S FIRST LOCATE THE DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE MDIO.  ALL
RaDIO CONTROLS aRE located under the top hinged cover, control
NO:  ONE IS THE OFF-ON SWITCH, NO:  TV70 THE VOLUME CONTROL
AND NO:  THREE THE SQUELCH CONTROL.  WE 'WILL SEE HOW TO OPMATE
THESE CONTROLS A LITTLE LATER.
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91. microphone
the microphone rests in a hanger located on tm md of the
Radio.
92. mip antennae
ON  THE OTHM MD IS a MIP TME ANTENNAE.
93. BATTMY LOCATION
RADIO BATTERIES ARE LOCATED INSIDE THE CASE AT THE BOTTOM OF
THE RADIO UNIT.
TV/O TYPES OF BATTERIES AM IN USE, ME RECHaRGEaBLE TYPE MD
THE REGULAR FLASHLIGHT TME OF BATTERY WHICH CANNOT BE RECHARGED,
WHEN THS RECMEGEABLE TME IS USED, EACH DAYS RaDIO OPERATION
SHOULD STaRT WITH A FRESHLY CHMGED BATTERY.
94. MFaSTINING BATTERY CaSE LOCKS '
THE BATTERY CaSE IS REMOVED FROM THE RADIO BY UNFASTENING
THE CASE LOCKS ON EACH END OF THE UNIT.
95•  SEPARATING CASES
IN THIS PICTURE THE RaDIO IS BEING SEPARATED FROM THE BATTERY
CaSE.  NOTICE THE FOUR PRONG PLUG THAT PROTRUDES FROM THE
BOTTOM OF THE RADIO UNIT:  THIS MAKES THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION BETWEEN RaDIO AND BATTERY.  MME THE SEPARATION CAREFULLY
TO AVOID BENDING THESE PRONGS. Q
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96. mttery md case
do not remove the batteries from the case. the romd electrical socket on the end of the case is provided to comect
ths battery to the battery charger. take the battery md case
as shom to the point mere the battery chmgsr is located.
97. Machine chargm
the type of battery chargm in your area will depend on conDITIONS aND FACILITIES SUPPLIED.  YOU MAY BE INSTRUCTED TO
USE A BASS BATTERY CHARGER, BUT MORE OFTEN A MAINTENANCE-OF-
WAY MACHINE WILL BE EQUIPPED WITH A CHARGM.  -
98.  CLOSMP OF CMRGEE
A CLOSEUP SHOWS THAT ON THIS MACHINE, THREE BATTERIES AT ONE
TIME CAN BE RECMRGED.
99-  REMOVING BATTEM FROM CHaRGM
REMOVE A FRESHLY CHARGED BATTERY MD CASE BY PULLING IT
STRAIGHT OUT FROM THE CHMGER.
1OO.  CENTER CASE REMOVED
WITH THE BATTERY CASE REMOMD,  YOU  WILL  NOTICE THE ROUND
ELECTRICAL FOUR PRONGED PLUG AT THE BACK OF THE CABINET.
THIS IS THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION BETWEEN BATTERY CHARGER MD
BATTERY.
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101. PLUG END OF CASE
THE FOUR PRONGED PLUG OF THE CMRGER PLUGS INTO THIS RECEPTACLE ON THE END OF THE BATTERY CaSE.
102. REPLaCE WITH USED BaTTMY
PLUG IN THE BATTERY YOU MVE JUST REMOVED FROM THE RADIO.
THE BATTERY CMRGER IS FULLY AUTOMTIC AND REQUIRES ONLY THE
PORTABLE RADIO BATTMY TO BE PLUGGED IN.  IT IS IMPORTANT
THAT THIS BE DONE PROPERLY MD IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF
THE FOREMAN TO SEE THaT THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE CARRIED OUT.
103. CLOSING DOOR
WITH THE BaTTERY case in POSITION a door is provided to keep
THE UNITS GLEAN AND SECURE.
104. CONNECTING BATTERY TO RADIO
ATTACH FRESHLY CHARGED BATTERY TO THE RADIO MIT.  ONCE AGAIN
NOTICE THE FOM PRONGS PROTRUDING FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE
MDIO, AND THS RECEPTACM INSIDE TM BaTTERY CaSE IN WHICH
THEY ME INSERTED.
105. SETTING RADIO   IN PMCE
WITH  THE PRONGS  PROPERLY PMCED,   GENTLY MM  THE RADIO  DOM
INTO POSITION.
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THE CASE LOCKS ON BOTH ENDS OF THE UNIT aRE THEN CLOSED.
107, ANTENNAE
THE NEXT STEP IS TO CHECK THE ANTENNAE.  FOR NORMAL OPERATION
THE MIP TME SHOM ATTACHED TO TM RADIO WILL BE USED.  IN
MOUNTAINOUS AREAS OR MERE RECEPTION IS POOR, A MRGER
JAVELIN TME ANTENNAE MAY BE NECESSARY,  TO EXCHANGE ONE
MTENME FOE THE OTHER, REMOVE WHIP MTMNaE BY TMNING
KNURLED NUT TO THE LEFT, OR ANTI-CLOCKWISE; ONCE TM NUT
IS LOOSE, WITHDRAW THE SOCKET FROM THE MDIO. \
108. JAVELIN ANTENNaE
PLACE YOUR FOOT OR THE FOOTREST AND FORCE THE JAVELIN ANTENNAE
INTO THE GROMD, OR TIE, SO THAT IT WILL STAND ALONE IN A
MRTICAL POSITION.  UNDER EXTREMELY POOR RECEPTION CONDITIONS,
RECEPTION MAY BE IMPROVED BY MOVING THE JAVELIN ANTENNAE TO
HIGHER GROUND OR A NSMBY LOCATION.
1°9•  PLUG IN SOCKET
PLUG THE JAVELIN ANTENNAE SOCKET INTO PLACE ON THE RADIO UNIT.
110.  JAVELIN ANTENNAE :
THEN TIGHTEN KNURLED NUT BY TURNING TO THE RIGHT IN A CLOCK- SJ
WISE DIRECTION.  HERE IS SOMETHING TO REMEMBER:  NEVER OPERATE
THE RADIO UNIT WITHOUT HAVING AN ANTENNAE ATTACHED, AS DAMAGE o
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T0 THE RADIO WILL RESULT.
111. QPMATING PaNEL
WITH FRESHLY CHARGED BATTERIES IN PLACE MD THE MTEMAE
CHECKED, THE SET MAY NOW BE OPERATED.  THE RADIO IS TMNED
ON BY THROWING THE OFF-ON SWITCH OVER TO THE ON POSITION.
112. VOLUME CONTROL
TURN THE VOLUME CONTROL TO THE RIGHT IN A CLOCKWISE DIRECTION AT LEAST ONE QUARTER OF A TURN.
113. SQUELCH CONTROL
ROTATE SQUELCH CONTROL M'TIL A RUSHING NOISE IS HEARD, THEM
BACK OFF THIS CONTROL UNTIL ME NOISE JUST STOPS.  THROUGH
THE SPEAKER IT WILL SOUND LIKE THIS:  (INSERT SOMD OF
SQUELCH)  NOTICE THE CONTROL IS BACKED OFF JUST ENOUGH TO
STOP THE NOISE.  YOUR TWO WAY RADIO IS NOW READY FOR TRANSMITTING OR RECEIVING.  HERE IS SOMETHING TO REMEMBER:
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME AND SQUELCH CONTROLS WILL ENABLE YCU TO
RECEIVE a STRONGER AND CLEARER VOICE SIGNAL, BUT THESE CONTROLS
DO NOT IN ANY WAY AFFECT TRANSMITTING OR SENDING POWER.  ONCE
A RADIO CONVERSATION BEGINS, FURTHER ADJUSTMENT TO THE VOLUME
AND SQUELCH CONTROLS WILL ENABLE YOU TO ADJUST THE INCOMING
VOICE VOLUME TO THE DESIRED LEVEL.
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114. PUSH TO TALK BUTTON
PROPER HANDLING OF THE MICROPHONE IS THE KEY TO GOOD COMMUNICATION BY RaDIO, THE LITTLE RED BUTTON ON THE MICROPHONE
IS GENERALLY REFERRED TO AS THE PUSH TO TALK BUTTON.
115. TO TRANSMIT
TO TRANSMIT, THE PUSH TO TALK BUTTON ON THE MICROPHONE IS
DEPRESSED.  SPEM INTO THE MICROPHONE AT a DISTMCE OF THREE
TO FOM INCHES, IN NORMAL CONVERSATIONAL TONES.  DO NOT
SHOUT.  IT IS BETTER TO TALK CLEARLY," NOT LOUDLY.
116. LISTEN
TO RECEIVE, IMMEDIATELY RELEASE THE SWITCH ON THE MICROMONE,
YOU CANNOT RECEIVE A REPLY WHEN THIS SWITCH IS DEPRESSED.
117. MICROPHONE TO EaR
THE MICROPHONE IF DESIRED, CAN BE USED LIKE A TELEPHONE
RECEIVE!, BY SIMPLY HOLDING IT TO YOUR EaR.  THIS MAY BE
NECESSARY IF YOU ARE IN THE VICINITY OF NOISY MACHINERY.
118. DIAMM.     PUSH  TO  TAM
NOV/ ONCE AGAIN PUSH THE BUTTON TO TALK RELEASE THE
BUTTON TO LISTEN.  THIS IS NOT DIFFICULT, IT ONLY REQUIRES
A LITTLE PRACTICE.
119. MOTOROLA RADIO :
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THIS TV/0 WAY RaDIO IS MANUFACTURED BY MOTOROLA AND USES THE
CONVENTIONAL FLASHLIGHT TME BATTERIES.  LET'S TME A LOOK
AT HOW THESE BaTTERIES ARE CHMGED.
120. UNFASTENING CASE
CaSE LOCKS ME OPENED ON BOTH ENDS OF THE RADIO MIT.
121. SEPARATING BATTMY CASE
THE RaDIO AND BATTERY CaSE IS THM SEPARATED AS BEFORE.
122. SCREW DRIVER
THE BATTERIES ARE HELD IN POSITION WITH THIS PMSTIC COVER.
WITH A SCREW DRIVE, OR A COIN IF A SCREW DRIVER IS NOT AVAILABLE, TURN THE LOCKING SCREW ONE QUARTER OF A TURN TO THE
LEFT.  ALTHOUGH NOT VISIBLE IN THIS PICTURE, THE WORDS
LOCKED MD UNLOCKED ARE PRINTED ON THE PLASTIC COVER, TO
INDICATE MICH DIRECTION TO TURN THE LOCKING SCREW.
123. RAISING COVER
WITH THE LOCKING SCREW RELMSED, THE COVER CAN BE LIFTED
FROM THE CASE.
124. REPMCE BATTERIES
BATTERIES MUST BE REPLACED ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS MD
DIAGRMl THAT APPEAR ON THE COVER.  CERTAIN BATTERIES FACE
UP, WHILE OTHERS FACE DOWN:  IT IS VITALLY IMPORTANT THAT
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THIS BE DONE PROPERLY MD CAREFULLY.
125. REPLACE COVER
TO REPLACE MME SME THE COVER FITS MDER THE BRACKET AT THE
MD OF THE CASE.
126. TIGHTEN SCREW
PRESS DOM FIRMLY WITH YOUR THUMB, THEN TMN LOCKING SCREW
TO THE RIGHT TO ONCE AGAIN LOCK TM COVER IN PMCE.
127. ATTACH MDIO
WHEN MDIO PORTION IS AGAIN COMECTED, THE SAME CARE AS
BEFORE MUST BE EXERCISED:  BE SURE ELECTRICAL PRONGS ON THE
RADIO MaTE WITH THE RECMTACLE IN THE BATTERY CASE.
ONCE THE RADIO IS IN POSITION, CIOSE THE CASE LOCKS ON" EACH
END OF THE MIT.
128. ON OFF
WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE TME OF BATTERIES USED, TM OPERATION OF THIS RADIO IS BASICALLY THE SAME AS PREVIOUSLY DESCRIBED.  THE OFF-ON SWITCH IS LOCATED UNDER THE MICROPHONE,
REMOVE THE MICROPHONE FROM ITS HANGER MD PRESS THE ON SIDE
OF THE ROCKER TYPE SWITCH.
129. VOMME AND  SMELCH
THE VOLUME MD SQUELCH CONTROLS ARE ADJUSTED IN EXACTLY THE
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SAME MANNER AS ON THE LARGER PYE RADIO.
130.  FOREMN WITH RADIO ON SHOULDM
NOW TMT WE MVE LMMED HOW TO OPERATE THE RADIO, LET'S
TME A LOOK AT SOME OF THE REGULATIONS THAT SURROMD MDIO
COMMUNICATION THAT MUST BE STRICTLY FOLLOWED.  THESE REGULATIONS ME SET DOM BY TM CANADIAN GOVERNMENT.
T31.  FOREMN
NO PERSON SHALL TRANSMIT ANY UNNECESSARY, IRRELEVANT OR UNI-
DMTIFIED COMMUNICATION, NOR UTTM MY OBSCENE, INDECENT OR
PROFME LANGUAGE VIA RADIO.
YOU WILL BEGIN YOUR TRANSMISSION BY IDENTIFYING YOURSELF,
THEN CALL OUT THE NAME OF THE PERSON YOU WISH TO CONTACT
MD HIS LOCATION, THEN TO INDICATE TO THIS PERSON THAT YOU
MVE FINISHED TRANSMITTING, YOU WILL SAY THE WORD "OVM" .
A TYPICAL RADIO CONVERSATION WOULD SOUND SOMETHING LIKE
THIS.
132.  MST FLAGMM
this is Machine operator brown at mileage 98.7 mountain subdivision Calling foreman smith on cp imping machine 8014
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133. FOREMM AT MACHINE
THIS IS FOREMAN SMITH AT CP TAMPER 8014 GO AHEAD BROM	
OVER.
ONCE THE INITIAL CONTACT IS MDE, AND BOTH PMTIES HAVE
IDENTIFIED THEMSELMS, A NORMAL CONVERSATION BEGINS, ONCE
AGAIN REMEMBER, AS SOON AS YOU HAVE FINISHED SEEMING, YOU
MLL SAY THE WORD "OVM", THEN IMMEDIATELY RELEASE THE SWITCH
ON THE MICROPHONE TO RECEIVE AN ANSWER.  LET'S LISTEN TO A j
LITTLE MORE CONVERSATION.
134. MACHINE OPERATOR
MAT TIME DO YOU MNT US TO CLEAR NO. TWO OVM.
135. FOREMAN
THE TRAIN DISPATCHER ADVISES NO. TWO IS ON TIME, WE MUST
CLEAR THE MAIN TRACK BY 14.30....OVER.
136. MACHINE OPERATOR
O.K. FOREMM SMITH, WE WILL CLEAR ME TRaCK BY 14.30	
OVER AND OUT.
NOTICE TMT AFTER EACH MAN SPEMS HE SAYS THE WORD "OVER",
THM WHEN ME CONVERSATION IS MDED HE SAYS THE MRDS "OVER
MD OUT" , THIS '//ILL INDICATE THaT RADIO SET IS REMAINING IN
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THE ON POSITION STMDING BY TO RECEIVE FMTHER MESSAGES.
137. FOREMAN
MEN THE RADIO IS TO BE TURNED OFF AFTER A CONVERSATION YOU
WILL SAY THE WORDS "OVM MD OFF" .
FOREMAN:  FOREMN SMITH TO MACHINE OPERATOR BROWN, WE MVE
COMPLETED OUR WORK HERE, I AM NOW GOING OFF THE AIR, OVER
AND OFF.
138. MM SAFELY..THINK, COMMUNICATE WISELY
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR GOOD COMMUNICATION TO ASSIST
EVERYONE TO KNOW EXACTLY WHAT IS TMING PLACE DURING A WORKING DAY.  WORK SAFELY, THINK WHAT YOU ARE DOING, AND COMMUNICATE WISELY.  DON'T BECOME CAREMSS, MOPERLY IDENTIFY YOM-
SELF MD OTHERS.  IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE INFORMATION CORRECTLY
THE FIRST TIME, ASK FOR IT TO BE REPEATED.  DO NOT TRY TO
GUESS MAT HaS BEEN SAID.  REPEAT INSTRUCTIONS TO AVOID
MISUNDERSTANDING.
139. THE MD
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