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Rule 42 Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Eastern Lines Dec 27, 1897

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 Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
LINES EAST OF FORT WILLIAM.
Montreal, 27th Dec, 1897.
Rule 42 is amended as follows:
" Trains of a lower grade (that is, passenger,
mixed, freight and work trains and light engines
in the order named, and irrespective of whether
the one is regular and the other a special train)
must always, unless impracticable, take the siding
when being crossed or passed by a train of a
higher grade. When trains of the same grade
cross each other the train going south or
east shall keep the main track, and the train
going west or north shall take the siding, except
when otherwise ordered. Trains must enter
side track at near end instead of running by and
backing in. When this is impracticable, train
must be fully protected before running by to
back in. If a train which should, under this
rule, take the side track be compelled to remain
on main track and is not fully protected by
semaphore against approaching train, a Flagman
must be sent seventeen telegraph poles, or farther if required for safety, in the direction of
approaching train, The trainmen of the train
occupying main track will open switch for the
train that is to side track, and will remain and
close it unless relieved by the other trainmen.
Conductor of the train occupying the main track
will be held personally responsible for switches
being   Set   right:       IN   SNOW   STORMS  OR  FOGGY
WEATHER EXTRA PRECAUTION MUST BE OBSERVED.
THOS. TAIT,
Manager.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
I have received copy of amended rule 42, and understand the same.
Name :.
Occupation	
Address *	
Date 1897.
All persons in the employ of the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company, receiving a copy of amended rule
42, will sign this receipt and return it, addressed to the
heads of their respective departments.
THOS. TAIT,
Manager Eastern Lines.

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