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 CP
Rail
Pacific Region
Alberta South, Alberta North
and Calgary Divisions
Time Table
Taking Effect at
0001 Sunday April 29,1973
Governed by Mountain Standard Time
For the Information and Guidance of Employees Only
Instill/I. Achieve... Endorse... Maintain
Safety
J. N. Fraine
Senior Regional Vice-President
J. D. Bromley
General Manager,
Operation and Maintenance
LA. Hill i
Assistant General Manager
Operation and Maintenance
E. H. Shute Iff
Manager for Alberta
N. M. Williston       «
Superintendent Transportation
 MEDICAL OFFICERS
DR. WM. L. MAY, Chief of Medical Service
Room 501, Windsor Station, Montreal 861-6811
DR. W. O. ROTHWELL, Alberta Area Medical Officer
422 Palliier Square West, Calgary, Phones 263-5030, 243-4403
Name
Office
Telephone No.
Residence
City or Town
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JOHN S. BRADLEY  J& 263-5030
A. E. MORRISON 263-5030
IAN M. GUNN  263-5030
N. J. WIGHT 263-5030
R. IRWIN .773-4681
C R. STROTHER4TEWART 773-4681
NOBLE T. IRWIN 773-4681
H. G. SMITH 667-2681
W. C. CAMPBELL 527-2281
M. DAVIS 527-2281
L. LEWIS 527-2281
D. F. LEWIS 527-2281
B. R. BENNETT . 862-3456
J. W. GBFFEN ~m 382-3211
G. S. L. WILSON 823-3345
A. L. AIELLO 823-3345
J. M. FRASER 565-3844
F. M. CHRISTIE 328-8101
G. S. BALFOUR 828-8101
R. RING-BROWN 328-8101
V. N. SPACEMAN 6534311
YORK BLAYNEY 652-2492
E. BRUCE BLAYNEY | 652-2492
R. L. GRYNOCH  .2344828
R. I. VARNAM   .....mm^^Mp^. 562-2851
P. G. COSTIGAN 762-2155
D. E. L. TITTEMORE ^^7624733
WILLIAM BRAUL ....^^^^rS^44-2211
J. E. TAYLOR 344-2211
A. W. J. TROTT 3gliEg|£jL...., 3444(211
R. M. PARSONS !*&, 346-2042
W. B. PARSONS 1™. 346-2042
G. R. HANCOCK 846-2042
BL WEDDELL 546-2042
JS> TETZ 782-3146
ALBERT WILL 782-3732
R. M. DYKES 352-2511
H. LINKS 454-0351
T. J. COUILLARD 454-0351
A. HALL ~~~.~...-...~..~.—................—............._488-1613
{. M. MALCOLM 7424441
L J. ZENDER 742-3441
R. 5. SEETAL OUZ 5784772
M. CROSS   .....^^^^.4.834-2412
L. COOKE -vff%;.  857-2221
^W. HEMSTOCK ;..„  .. 857-2221
. E. CHONKO ...........J^. q 657-2344
G. T. CAHILL 'i^M0^MM 8884662
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26^1696... Calgary
2434523  Calgary
244-2255   Calgary
2824147..... ~i&. ~4 Calgary
7734830 Swift Current
7734638 3q*L Swift Current
773-7790   Swift Current
667-2229 ^pSJ&L. Maple Creek
5264618...~~«i~~ *& Medidne Hat
527-2586 £m ..^^fc^SUf».^^Med1dnc Hat
526-2027 m» -■■ -Jlmi ^.Medidne Hat
527-1956 .Medicine Hat
3624405 ;-:,:;...::^.,:.„.:.;,..„-... Brooks
3824090     "j^-nr- .Strathmorc
823-4859 ~- Drumhellcr
823-2265 Drumheller
5654775 impress
8274209 -Lethbridge
3274538 '..m mm       M—.Lethbridge
327-7484 Lethbridge
6534554 Cardston
6524233 .pL High Hirer
652-2088 High River
2344862 ......^^u . Fort Macleod
563-3134 ££|pl§gp&L. -&fii|.Blainnore
7624340... ...M^...<..r...... Banff
762-2527 -jSllp. Banff
344-2276^^^^^=Ss^^p^.......Golden
344-6135 ~^~. ................................Golden
344-2741 .. Golden
346-2383	
346-2202	
3464256	
346-2401 .
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7824986	
852-2127	
439-7173 .
4764556	
488-1613... ...J
742-2194	
742-2465.......:5S
578-3802 .
Red Deer
..Red Deer
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»•»»»«»•«
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— La combe
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| Wetaskiwin
 Edmonton
 Edmonton
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834-2627 ;&. | Kerrobert
875-2071 Xloydminster
875-2640 ^Xloydminster
•5574460 _.Two Hills
8884634 M Hardisty
 TIME  TABLE  No. 81,  APRIL 29,   1973
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ALBERTA  SOUTH   DIVISION
Subdivision                        Page Miles
Acme   14   Cosway to Wimborne  27 3
Aldersyde   20   Coalhurst to Aldersyde ■fj Z!™Z™ 875
Bassano   13   Empress to Bassano  H8.4
Brooks     8   Medicine Hat to Mileage 167.0  167 0
Burstall     7   Leader to Fox Valley  695
Cardston  23   Stirling to Glenwood  73.3
Cassils   12   Cassils to Scandia  235
Coutts   24   Stirling to Coutts L... '.. 46.9
Crowsnest     16   Lethbridge to Crowsnest   100$
Empress  12   Java to Empress g  112.3
Hatton     6   Hatton to Golden Prairie  17.1
Irricana     14   Bassano to Irricana  725
Langdon   11   Langdon to East Coulee (including 6.6 miles C.N. joint track)   94.3
Lomond  21   Lomond to Eltham   63.0
MacLeod  18   Mileage 6.7 to Fort MacLeod  100.3
Maple Creek   4   Mileage 1.8 to Medicine Hat  145.6
Pennant  6   Wickett to Verio   24.5
Rosemary     13   Rosemary to East Coulee  53.6
Stirling  22   Lethbridge to Manyberries  102.1
Strathmore   10   Gleichen to Shepard   45.1
Suffield     7   Suffield to Lomond   83.9
Taber     15   Dunmore to Lethbridge   107.7
Turin     21   Coalhurst to Turin   26.3
Woolford     23   Raley to Whiskey Gap  20.7
1782.4
W. R. FLETT, Superintendent, Calgary.
M. A. LYPKA, Assistant Superintendent, Calgary.
J. H. BAY, Assistant Superintendent, Medicine Hat.
J. M. WHITE, Assistant Superintendent, Lethbridge.
ALBERTA  NORTH   DIVISION
Subdivision
Page
Miles
Alberta Central     31     Forth to Ullin (including 43 miles CN. joint track)   62.3
Coronation       30     Kerrobert to Coronation   1165
Crossfield       31     Collicutt to Cremona   27.6
Hoadley   .._    29     Lacombe to Leduc   112.5
Lacombe     28     Coronation to Lacombe  106.9
Laggan       34     Mileage 10.1 to Field  126.5
Leduc       26     Red Deer to Edmonton  99.1
Red Deer     32     Mileage 28.1 to Red Deer  65.4
Vegreville     24     Willingdon  to Vegreville   24.1
Wetaskiwin    30     Wetaskiwin to Hardisty   95.3
Willingdon     25     South Edmonton to Lloydminster  1745
1010.7
R. J. SHEPP, Superintendent, Calgary.
J. N. McCAW, Assistant Superintendent, Edmonton. M. M. STROICK, Assistant Superintendent, Calgary.
CALGARY  DIVISION
Subdivision
Calgary Terminals
Page
36
Miles
Laggan   ...
Red Deer
Mileage 167.0 Brooks Subdivision to Mileage 2.5 Laggan Subdivision  11.3
Alyth to Mileage 6.7 MacLeod Subdivision   6.7
Alyth to Mileage 5.4 Red Deer Subdivision  5.4
Terminal Tracks   180.4
34     Mileage 2.5 to Mileage 10.1   7.6
32     Mileage 5.4 to Mileage 28.1    22.7
234.1
D. G. STEWART, Superintendent, Calgary.
A. E. FULTON, Assistant Superintendent, Calgary,
Dispatching Office, Calgary, Telephone 266-9289 North, 266-9290 East, 266-9291 West, 266-9292 South.
F. J. DICKINSON, Chief Train Dispatcher.
K. O. SCHDEMAN, Night Chief Train Dispatcher.
L. G. MARLIN, Night Chief Train Dispatcher.
G. E. BREAKELL D. W. QU^N^K
C, E. PARK R. A. GRIFFITHS
J. A. JENKINS
R. E. ANDERSON
D. G. GARVIN
H. D. VINGE
W. H. COTTON
D. McLEAN
D. W. RICHARDSON
H. BUSCH
S. R. RUFF
G. A. BODNAR
K. W. MATTHEWS
L. M. CHRYPKO
G. D. HEPPLER
A. G. VANWYCK
L. C. ANDERSON
G. J. BONOGOFSKY
G. W. BUKER
A. LEEB
 TIME  TABLE  No.  81,  APRIL 29,   1973
WESTWARD TRAINS—INFERIOR  DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
945
Freight
Dally
2230
2240
2245
2251
2259
2306
2314
2324
2331
2339
2350
0004
0014
0022
0029
0036
0043
0049
901
Freight
Dally
1900
1907
1912
1918
1928
1935
1943
2000
2014
2024
2032
2043
2053
2100
0105
0113
0122
0140
2107
2114
2121
2128
2142
2150
2158
949
Freight
Dally
1305
1315
1320
1326
1334
1341
1349
1359
1406
1414
1425
1436
1446
1454
1501
1508
1516
1525
965
Freight
Dally
0950
1000
1005
1011
1019
1026
1034
1044
1051
1100
1112
1123
1133
1141
1149
1156
1208
1215
2215
Dally
945
1540
1548
1600
1615
Dally
901
Dally
949
1230
1238
1250
947
Freight
Daily
0455
0508
0513
0520
0528
0535
0543
0553
0616
0624
0636
0647
0657
0705
0714
0722
0738
0746
0801
0809
0818
1305
Dally
965
0835
FIRST CLASS
Daily
947
1
Psgr.
Dally
0715
0722
0725
0731
0738
0745
*0754
0803
0810
0816
0826
0835
f0844
0850
0856
0901
0907
0912
0923
0929
0936
0938
0952
Dally
1
£3
if at
5.6
8.8
13.8
20.9
27.6
34.9
43.3
49.5
57.0
67.1
76.4
84.5
91.1
97.3
103.3
109.5
115.0
125.7
132.6
140.3
142.4
147.4
MAPLE  CREEK
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
V
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m
J*
SWIFT CURRENT    VZXK
5.6
V.   JAVA
[ Jet.  Empress Sub.
3.2
BEVERLEY ....
5.0
SEWARD   ....
  7.1 	
ZX
V    WEBB     V
6.7
V       ANTELOPE VZ
7.3
V  GULL LAKE  WVZ
8.4
     CARMICHAEL    	
V  TOMPKINS  VX
7.5
    SIDEWOOD   	
10.1
V  PIAPOT  VZ
 9.3	
    CARDELL
8.1
V    MAPLE  CREEK
6.6
     MACKTD    ..
 6.2	
WVZ
RY
VZ
  83NCORTH 	
6.0
V    HATTON   	
Jet. Hatton Sub.
6.2
    CUMMINGS
5.5
V  WALSH 	
10.7
     IRVINE    Z
6.9
     PASHLEY   	
7.7
    DUNMORE    ZY
Jet. Tabor Sub.
2.1
     MACSON   	
Jet. Tabor Sub.
5.0
V  MEDICINE HAT VZK
.22 E.
12 JSP
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Rule 9Sa applies between Java and
Dunmore.
DU
NS
MAPLE CREEK  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
•Following trains will stop to allow revenue passengers to entrain
and detrain. No. 1 and No. 2 at Gull Lake for passengers to or
from Calgary and West, to or from Winnipeg and East.
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Psgr.     Freight
Swift Current Mileage .0 and Medicine Hat
Mileage 147.4      75 55
Mileage
4.0 and     5/) (on corves) 60
15.0 and   19.0 (on curvet) 65
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
19.0 and 21.0 (on curvet)
21 JO and 26.0 (on curvet)
26.0 and 32.0 (on curvet)
32.0 and 41 JO (on curvet)
41.0 and 51.0 (on curvet)
51.0 and 553 (on curvet)
 -" (<
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Psgr.     Freight
555 and   563 (on curvet)	
565 and   79JO (on curvet)	
79.0 and   90.0 (on curvet)	
  50
  55
  65
  55
  65
  55
  50
  60
  65
50
50
Continued on page 5
 TIME  TABLE  No.  81,  APRIL 29,   1973
EASTWARD TRAINS —
SUPERIOR   DIRECTION
1 FIRST CLASS
SECOND CLASS
FOURTH CLASS
2
fsgr.
bally
902
Freight
Dally
954
Freight
Dally
944
Freight
Dally
940
Freight
Dally
952
Freight
Daily
74
Freight
Dally
112
102
058
|053
0515
OS08
0502
0456
0715
0708
0702
0656
1005
0955
0951
0945
2050
2042
2038
2032
0130
0122
0119
0113
1440
1430
1425
1418
046
038
r30
K)20
0448
0441
0433
0423
0648
0641
0633
0626
0937
0930
0921
0913
2024
2017
2009
2000
0105
0058
0050
0042
0035
0027
0015
0004
2355
2348
2341
2335
2328
2313
1408
1400
1349
1332
D14
008
958
0416
0408
0357
0616
0608
0557
0906
0858
0846
1952
1944
1933
1325
1317
1306
948
938
p30
0346
0336
0329
0546
0536
0529
0835
0806
0759
1922
1912
1905
1255
1245
1236
924
0322
0315
0308
0301
0522
0515
0508
0501
0752
0745
0738
0731
1858
1851
1844
1836
1228
1220
1208
1151
918
911
905
853
846
1837
0246
0238
0230
0446
0438
0430
0716
0708
0700
1821
1813
1805
2305
2258
2250
1136
1128
1120
833
825
0215
0415
0645
1750
2235
1105
pally
2
Dally
902
Dally
954
Dally
944
Daily
940
Daily
952
Dally
74
MAPLE CREEK   SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES —Continued
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
90.0 and   99.0 (on curves)   	
99.0 and 107jO (on curvet)	
107JO and 1175 (on curves)	
1175 and 119.0 	
119.0 and 140.0 (on curves)	
140.0 and 147.4 (on curvet)   	
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Psgr.     Freight
70
55
70
50
70
45
95
30
All units with 6 driving axles must not exceed forty-five miles
per hour on curves mileage 19.1, 20.0 and 56.1.
Special Instruction "C" is amended as follows: Not applicable
to 901, 902, 947, 949, 952, 944, 940, 945, 954, 965, and trains handling a complete consist of roller bearing equipped cars. Except when
weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection,
other freight trains may run eighty miles without stopping for
standing train inspection.
ABS between Swift Current and Dunmore.
Signal 06 Swift Current yard is dwarf type. Rules 281, 285 and
291B apply.
Continued on page 6
 6
TIME  TABLE   No.  81,  APRIL 29,   1973
MAPLE  CREEK   SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES— Continued
Rules 251 to 257 applv—EASTWARD between signal 56 Maple
Creek Subdivision, dwarf signal Empress Subdivision at Java
and signal 16 at Swift Current; WESTWARD between signal 17 at
Swift Current and signal 55 at Java. Eastward trains from Empress
Subdivision will be governed by dwarf signal, and Eastward trains
Maple Creek Subdivision by signal 56.
Junction with Empress Subdivision at Java — Interlocking.
Switch leading from westward track Maple Creek Subdivision
to Empress Subdivision at Java equipped with electric lock.
End of two tracks, Java—Spring Switch. Provided the signal
indication authorizes, speed of trailing movements through this
spring switch must not exceed twenty miles per hour until the
leading wheels of movement have passed through the switch after
which speed is to be in accordance with that authorized by the
signal indication.
Rules 263 to 273 apply between Signal 1407 Dunmore and
Signal 1468 Medicine Hat. Signal 1412 is located on north side of
track.
Trains may leave Java without clearance.
AUTOMATIC CROSSING GATE—Mileage 1.7—Manual controls for switching or standing clear on Westward track or west of
crossing on Eastward track. After using adjacent switches, Westward movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully
occupied.
Movements over Public Highway Crossing at Mileage 0.77 on
South Industrial Spur Medicine Hat must  not exceed  10 m.p.h.
Hatton is a register station for trains only when instructed by
train order.
Movements on Dunmore Wye must not exceed five miles per
hour.
Signal 14L(2) of U.C.O.R. is not applicable within the limits
of the City of Medicine Hat. (B.T.C. order 32454.)
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
Rule 105 applies Dunmore Pit Lead Mileage 138.67, maximum
speed 15 m.p.h.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—DFA-16b, c, g, DFB-16d, DRF-24, DRF-25
and all units with 6 driving axles must not operate on Maple Leaf
Mill Spur Medicine Hat.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—200 to 250 ton capacity 20 m.p.h.
on Bridges 1125, 117.9 and 120.9, except 414479, 480, 503 and 650.
All prohibited on North Industrial Spur.
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
E
si
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73
12J2
19.0
24.5
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
SS
9.1
17.1
PENNANT
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
....   WICKETT    RZ
Jet. Empress Sub.
7.5
J FOBTEBTOH 	
4.7
.... ROSERAY 	
6.8
....   HAZLET   	
5.5
  VEBLO  T
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93a applies.
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HO
Yard
HATTON
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
    HATTON       RY
Jet Maple Creek Sub.
     TUNSTALL    	
8.0
. GOLDEN PRAIRIE  Y
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 9Sa applies
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NU
Yard
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
PENNANT
SUBDIVISION
FOOTNOTES
Maximum permissible speed: All
trains twenty miles per hour.
Trains handling auxiliary cranes
must not exceed a speed of twenty
miles per hour.
Wickett is a register station for
trains only when instructed by train
order.
See Special Instructions
Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units—DFA-16b, c, g, DFB-
16d, DRF-24, 25, and all units
with 6 driving axles must not
operate.
HATTON SUBDIVISION
FOOTNOTES
Maximum permissible speed: All
trains fifteen miles per hour.
Trains handling auxiliary cranes
must not exceed a speed of fifteen
miles per hour.
Northward trains restricted to
daylight operation.
Hatton is a register station for
trains only when instructed by train
order.
See Special Instructions
Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units—DFA-16b, c. g, DFB-
16d DRF-24, 25, and all units
with 6 driving axles must not
operate.
 TIME  TABLE  No.  81,  ATOIL 29,   1973
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
73
Freight
Wed.
Fit
0700
0720
0740
0810
Wed.
Fri
73
71
Freight
Tua
Thur.
1201
1219
1235
1250
1310
1325
1400
Si
Tua
Thur.
71
69.5
62.8
57.0
50.5
43.6
38.7
24.9
17.6
10.6
BURST ALL
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
| FOX VALLEY ...ZYR
6.7
...  UNACBE  	
5.8
I RICHMOUND  Z
6.5
I   HORSHAM    Z
6.9
  PIVOT  ZY
4.9
   HILDA  	
13.8
I   BURSTALL   . ...WZYR
7.3
I GASCOIGNE 	
7.0
.   MENDHAM   	
10.6
...   LEADER    WZYR
let. Empress Sub.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 9Sa applies.
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NU
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Ntt
31
Nil
31
Nil
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
70
Freight
Mon.
Wed.
1310
1250
1230
1201
Mon.
Wed.
70
72
Freight
Tua
Thur.
0800
0740
0725
0710
0650
0635
0601
Tua
Thur.
72
McNEILL SPUR Mileage 25.95
Rule   105  Applies.  MAXIMUM  SPEED   15
MJPJH.
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS
Mileage
0.0 to 055 Wye  6 M.P.H.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OP TRACK   Mileage 5.41
INGEBRIGHT LAKE SPUR Mileage 69.5
Rule  105  Applies.  MAXIMUM  SPEED   15
MJP.H.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OF TRACK   Mileage 11.37
SCHULER SPUR Mileage 43.42
Rule   105  Applies.  MAXIMUM  SPEED   15
MJP.H.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OF TRACK   Mileage 6.83
BURSTALL  SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES
Maximum permissible speed: All trains twenty-five miles per
hour.
Engine arriving Burstall on No. 70 must retain all train orders
and may assume schedule of No. 72 of the following day and
leave Burstall without a clearance.
Engine arriving Fox Valley on No. 72 must retain all train
orders and may assume schedule of No. 71 of the same day
and leave Fox Valley without a clearance.
Engine   arriving  Burstall   on   No.   71   must   retain   all   train
orders and may assume schedule of No. 73 of the following day
and leave Burstall without a clearance.
Trams must not exceed a speed of six miles per hour on wye
Burstall, over west leg of wye at Leader and fifteen miles per hour
between wye switches at Pivot.
Trains handling auxiliary cranes must not exceed a speed of
twenty miles per hour.
Lights will not be displayed in train order signal Leader.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
WESTWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
E
25.7
35.3
45.3
49.7
58.8
67.0
75.4
83.9
SUFFIELD
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
...  SUFFIELD   ZYR
let. Brooks Sub.
25.7
....   CECIL   	
9.6
    HAYS   	
10.0
GRANTHAM 	
4.4
VAUXHALL   	
7.1
...   RETLAW    T
10.2
,.. ENCHANT 	
8.4
...  TRAVERS  	
8.5
...  LOMOND   RZY
ro
c
JS?
to
sn
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93a applies.
is ***
O to
Yard
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
Yard
EASTWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TWAINS
READ
UP
SUFFIELD SUBDIVISION
FOOTNOTES
Maximum permissible speed: All
trains twenty-five miles per hour.
Trains must not exceed a speed of
ten miles per hour over public highway crossing mileage 49.4.
Trains handling auxiliary cranes
must not exceed a speed of twenty
miles per hour.
See Special Instructions
Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL   UNITS—DFA-16   b,   c,   g,
DFB-16 d, and all units with 6 driving
axles must not operate.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—200 to
250 ton capacity prohibited on Bridge
37.2 except 414479, 480, 503 and 650.
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TIME TABLE No. 81, APRIL 29,  1973
WESTWARD  TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
i
ss
.0
2.9
BROOKS
SUBDIVISION
JS
mm     15
■H ^
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I- ©
S
Jsii
Yon
4
SECOND CLASS
FIRST CLASS
901
Freight
Daily
949
Freight
Dally
965
Freight
Daily
947
Freight
Daily
0830
0838
945
Freight
Daily
0130
0138
1
Psgr.
Daily
STATIONS
...._.
2225
2233
1620
1628
1315
1323
1007
1013
*
<
o
O
»
C
2
*•<
•
e
fV MEDICINE HAT. .VZK
2.9
  COUSINS   V
 3.0	
NS
2240
2255
2309
1635
1650
1710
1330
1345
1359
0845
0900
0914
0155
0215
0227
1018
1027
1038
S.9
14.8
25.8
V REDCUFF ....ZY
8.9
    BOWELL    Z
11.0
V SUFFIELD ..VZY
Jet.   Suffield  Sub.
__ 8.5 ___
7'
7
9
7
14
7
7,
7
11
su
2320
2330
2340
2348
1733
1744
1754
1801
1410
1425
1436
1445
0925
0935
0946
0955
0237
0246
0302
0310
1047
1055
1104
1109
35.3
43.9
52.9
58.8
ALDERSON   ...Z
8.6
9.0
TILLEY           Z
5.9
    BANTRY   	
2358
0006
0030
0041
1810
1818
1826
1837
1455
1503
1511
1523
1005
1013
1021
1033
0320
0328
0338
0350
flll9
1126
1133
1142
66.8
73.5
80.5
89.6
BROOKS    ...WZ
6.7
    CASSILS ..RZY
BR
Id. Ccruus Sub.
7.0
    SOUTHE8K   ..
9.1
    LATHOM   ....
6
7
8 0
0050
0059
0111
0120
1846
1902
1915
1925
1542
1553
1614
1625
1043
1053
1105
1115
0400
0432
0445
0455
1150
1159
1208
1217
97.6
105.8
116.7
124.8
V    BASSANO ..WVZY
Jet. Irricana & Bassano Subs.
8.2
CBOwrryrT
BA
111
	
	
Ii
7
121
10.9
   CLUNY 	
2
Z
GH
8.1
r  GLEICHEN ....
Jet. Strathmore Sub.
14.2
..    STRANGMUTR    ....
5.6
CARSELANTJ
139.0
144.6
152.5
158.8
165.6
171.1
173.3
174.5
175.8
	
121
NI
7.9
...   DALEMEAD
6.3
    INDUS    	
121
NI
,..-,...., ... r o
ftUFDflnn
12!
NI
Jet. Strathmore Sub.
5.5
>      OGDEN  1
2.2
    ALYTH      K
1.2
12th STREET E. ..
1.3
r.iTAivv    \r
m
mm
•
j
i
1
t
o
•
1*
0220
2025
1725
1215
0555
KN
CG
Y<m
1319
1325
Yon
I         —»~«— ••-' u
Daily
901
Daily
949
Daily
965
Daily
947
Daily
945
Daily
1
Rule 93a applies between
Medicine Hat and
Gleichen.
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Medicine   Hat   Mileage   .0   ar
171.1 	
BROOKS SUBDIVI
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Psgr.     Freight
id   Ogden   Mileage
SION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
10.0 and   23.0 (on curves)
71.0 and   72J0 (on curves)  .
108.0 and 115JO (on curves)  H
Pern
Mil
M
                    6!
tissible Speed
es per Hour
t.     Freight
»
- 6!
Mileage
JO and     IJO (on curves)
li) and     3.0 (on curves)
.   .,..- m.   55            35
 65
Contim
ued on page 9
 "      '-' — 7
—+Tf       a*<
9
EASTWARD  TRAINS — SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
SECOND CLASS
FOURTH CLASS
2
Psgr.
Dally
954
Freight
Daily
0410
0400
944
Freight
Daily
940
Freight
Daily
952
Freight
Dally
902
Freight
Daily',,
96
Freight
Dally
98
Freight
Daily
1810
0640
0635
1745
1738
2110
2105
0210
0200
0750
0743
1505
1458
1803
' 1800
0356
0346
0333
0630
0620
0607
1733
1723
1710
2056
2046
2033
0155
0146
0133
0735
0725
0711
1450
1440
1425
1752
1741
1733
0322
0312
0302
0255
0245
0238
0230
0219
0211
0202
0150
0140
0556
0546
0535
0528
1658
1648
1635
1628
2022
2012
2002
1955
0122
0112 |
0102
0055
0700
0650
0638
0625
1410
1354
1344
1337
1725
1716
1 1711
fl703
0519
0511
0503
0451
1619
1611
1603
1551
1542
1532
1520
1510
1945
1938
1930
1919
1912 i
1902
1850
1840
0045
0038
0030
0019
0012 i
0002
2350
2340
0615
0606
0557
0546
1328
1320
1312
1259
1655
1649
1640
1632
0442
0432
0420
0410
0537
0527
0515
0505
1250
1240
1226
1217
1624
1614
1605
0040
0300
1400
1740
2240
0400
1100
1514
1510
Dally
2
Daily
954
Dally
944
Daily
940
Daily
952
Daily
902
Dally
96
Dally
98
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Mileage
125.0 and 134.0 (on curv<
134.0 and 145.0 (on curv<
145.0 and 165.0 (on curv<
165.0 and 171.0 (on curv<
BROOKS  SUBDI
Permissil
Miles p<
Psgr.
») 60
irt         .-.,   SO
VISION
>le Speed
er Hour
Freight
50
FOOTNOTES—Continued
Special Instruction "C" is amended as follows: Not applicable
to 901, 902, 947, 949, 952, 944, 940, 945, 954, 965, and trains handling a complete consist of roller bearing equipped cars. Except when
weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection,
other freight trains may run eighty miles without stopping for
standing train inspection.
ABS between Medicine Hat and Gltichen.
Continued on page 10
t)                          «R
art   *>&       % m.     55
smj      .........—....—
 10
TIME  TABLE  No. 81,  APRIL  29,   1973
BROOKS   SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES—Continued
Rules 263 to 273 apply between signal 1247 Gleichen and
signal 1712 Ogden.
The position of switch where Suffield Subdivision joins the
siding at Suffield is normal when set for the siding.
Trains between Calgary and Ogden will be governed by
Calgary Terminals Time Table footnotes pages 36 & 37.
Retaining valves must be used on 50 percent of the cars on
freight trains on the descending grade eastward, Cousins to Medicine Hat if the tonnage is in excess of "A" Rating for the ascending grade for the diesel units on which the dynamic brake is in
effective operating condition, unless the train is controlled with a
pressure maintaining brake valve. Otherwise Rules 34 (a) Form
582 and 27 Form 583 apply.
Signal 14 L (2) of U.C.O.R. is not applicable within the limits
of the City of Medicine Hat. (BTC order 32454.)
At Cousins, all movements on Northwest Nitro Chemical trackage must not exceed 6 mph on curves and 15 mph on tangent track.
On Goodyear Tire Spurs 15 mph.
Movement on curves, Redcliff yard tracks, must not exceed
speed of 6 miles per hour.
Special Instruction "D" applies at the following switches:
Mileage 1445 and Mileage 145.1—Carseland.
Mileage 158.8 and Mileage 159.4—Indus.
Junction of Strathmore Subdivision with Brooks Subdivision
at Gleichen and Shepard switches equipped with electric locks.
At Gleichen East switch, when train or engine passes signal
indicating "stop", the highway crossing near the switch must be
manually protected until the crossing is fully occupied.
Cassils is a register station for trains only when instructed by
train order.
Movements on CIL spur, Mileage 1695 must be made at restricted speed and not in excess of 15 miles per hour.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—DFA-16b, c, g, DFB-16d, DRF-24, DRF-25
and all units with 6 driving axles must not be operated on
Redcliff Industrial Spur and CIL Spur Mileage 169.5. DRF-24,
DRF-25 and all units with 6 driving axles must not operate over
Asgrow Seed Co. of Canada Limited spur at Brooks, Alberta
Alfalfa Products Spur Mileage 64.2 Brooks Subdivision, and on
Brooks Tube Spur located 3000 feet south on Brooks South Industrial spur.
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
& is
S3
READ
DOWN
.0
4.7
12.9
20.7
27.9
34.8
39.9
45.1
STRATHMORE
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
... GLEICHEN ..
Jet. Brooks Sub.
4.7
...  STOBART  ..
8.2
... NAMAKA I
7.8
STRATHMORE
    7.2   	
"5 .§*
O CO
2 m
m
o to
6H
... CHEADLE ...
6.9
... LANGDON ...
Jet. Langdon Sub.
5.1
...   BENNETT ...
5.2
...  SHEPARD ...
Jet. Brooks Sub.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93a applies.
30
Nil
NU
NU
EASTWARD   TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
NU
72
NU
NU
READ
UP
Maximum permissible speed: All trains thirty miles per hour.
Track impassable Mileage 9.7.
Eastward trains for Strathmore Subdivision must obtain clearance at Alyth and may leave Shepard without clearance.
Trains must approach crossings at Mileage 20, Mileage 23.3
and Mdeage 27.7 Strathmore Subf prepared to stop unlel it is
STRATHMORE SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
known the crossing protection devices are working.
The position of junction switch at Mileage 33.60 Strathmore
subdivision, where Langdon Subdivision joins at Langdon, is nomal
when lmed for Langdon Subdivision. *uguon,     normal
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
 TIME  TABLE  No. 81,  APRIL 29,   1973
11
I
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
0.0
9.3
26.2
31.5
39.5
41.7
S2J2
58.0
6X8
67.2
73.0
74.8
77.2
78.7
80.8
85.8
043
LANGDON
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
  LANGDON  Z
Jet. Strathmore Sub.
9.3
16.9
.... IBB1CANA  ZY
Jot. Irricana Sub.
5.3
...  BEISEKER   Z
8.0
    ACME    Z
22
... COSWAT  Y
Jet. Acme Sub.
10.5
  ENTICE 	
5.8
.SJ  £
TJ    Ok
o to
£ US
I- o
o
isi
NU
..   CARBON   .
4.8
SHARPLES
4.4
..  HESKETH  ..
5.8
..   DUNPHY   ..
1.8
HREPATRICE
2.4
.. NACMINB ..
1.5
ZY
..  KNEEHILL  	
Jet ONJL
2.1
DRUMHELLER    	
4.8
.. ROSEDALE 	
Jet. C.N.R.
8.7
EAST COULEE  YBZ
ZR
Rules 41 and 44 apply*
Role 98a applies between Langdon
and Kneehill and between pif—«falr
and East Coulee.
SOUTHWARD  TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
51
NU
31
NU
Ntt
36
NU
NU
NU
NU
40
NU
Yard
READ
UP
LANGDON   SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hoar
Located Between All Trains
Langdon   Mileage   .0   and Cosway   Mileage  41.7 25
Cosway Mileage 41.7 and East Coulee Mileage 943
Mileage
535	
54.0 a	
55.4 .
57.4 and 585 	
63.9 and 64.0 J	
655	
70.4	
71.8 and 72J (on curves) 	
76.0	
78.8 over public crossing at grade
87 JJ	
92.4 and 943 	
20
15
10
10
15
10
15
15
10
15
10
15
15
Trains handling auxiliary cranes must not exceed a speed of
twenty miles per hour.
Railway crossing at grade with Canadian National Railways
mileage 93-—Interlocking—Automatic.
Yard limits Acme extend to yard limit sign north of Cosway. |
Yard limits Nacmine extend to yard limit sign north of Knee-
hill.
Northward trains may leave Rosedale and Southward trains
may leave Kneehill without clearance.
Trains between Kneehill and Rosedale will be governed by
CN. Rly. Time Table, Rules and Regulations.
Yellow repeater flashing lights located on south-west signal
masts of highway protection signals mileage 49.0, 9038 and 91.92
can be seen by approaching trains. These lights will be lighted
and flashing only when highway protection signals are operating.
All rail movements will approach these crossings prepared to stop
before occupying crossing unless signals are operating. Signals commence to operate when train or engine approaches within 825 feet,
850 feet and 900 ft. of crossings respectively.
Position of junction switch mileage 33.60 Strathmore Subdivision where Langdon Subdivisions joins at Langdon is normal
when lined for Langdon Subdivision.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—DFA-16 b, c, g, DFB-16 d, and all units
with 6 driving axles must not operate.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited.
 12
TIME  TABLE  No.  81,  APRIL 29,   1973
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
75
Freight
Daily
0500
0505
0520
0535
0550
0555
0605
0625
0645
0705
0720
0735
0745
0800
0815
0830
Daily
75
E
8
£ m
0.5
.0
7.1
13.9
22.5
23.6
26.8
34.9
42.9
51.0
57.8
64.2
69.0
75.8
81.9
88.2
93.4
101.6
111.6
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
E
2
<C "51
I 3
23.2
15.8
.0
EMPRESS
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
   JAVA   ZZ
Jet Maple Creek Sub.
0.5
 MAYNE 	
7.1
  CANTUAH  Z
6.8
    SUCCESS   Z
8.6
  PENNANT  Z
    1.1   	
....  WICKETT   R
Jet.  Pennant  Sub.
3.2
....  BATTRUM  Z
8.1
    CABRI    Z
8.0
SHACKLETON    Z
8.1
  ABBEY  Z
    6.8   	
LANCER
6.4
PORTREEVE
4.8
LEMSFORD
6.8
SCEPTRE
6.1
PRELATE
—   6.3   —
  LEADER  WZYR
Jet. Burstall Sub.
5.2
. WESTERHAM Z
8.2
...  ESTUARY    Z
10.2
.   EMPRESS    RWZYI
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93a applies.
83 g
O (/i
i- o
RU
o
NU
Nil
NU
Nil
NO
Nfl
NU
44
Ntt
Ntt
Ntt
Ntt
Ntt
Nil
52
44
Ntt
Nil
Yard
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
CASSILS
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
... SCANDIA  Y
7.4
...   RAINIER   	
15.8
...   CASSIS    ZYR
Jet. Brooks Sub.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93a applies.
o co
gig
h* O
|1
Nil
Nil
NO
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS^,
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
EMPRESS
SUBDIVISION
FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed Permissible
and permanent speed miles
slow orders per hour
located between All Trains
Java Mileage 03 and
Empress Mileage 111.8     30
Mileage 31.0 (On curve)    25
Mileage 40.8 (Over Fill)    15
Trains must not exceed a speed of
six miles per hour over west leg of
wye at Leader.
ABS—EASTWARD: Between Signal
18 and dwarf signal at Java. Junction
with Maple Creek Subdivision at Java
—Interlocking.
Both switches of crossover to Maple
Creek Subdivision at Java equipped
with electric lock.
Rules 251 to 257 apply — EASTWARD between signal 56 Maple Creek
Subdivision, dwarf signal Empress
Subdivision at Java and signal 16 at
Swift Current; WESTWARD between
signal 17 at Swift Current and signal
55 at Java. Eastward trains from Empress Subdivision will be governed
by dwarf signal and Eastward trains
Maple Creek subdivision by signal 56.
Yard limits Pennant extend to yard
limit sign west of Wickett.
Westward trains for Empress Subdivision must obtain clearance at Swift
Current and may leave Java without
clearance.
Eastward trains may leave Java without clearance.
Lights will not be displayed in train
order signal Leader.
Wickett is a register station for
trains only when instructed by train
order.
See Special Instructions
Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
GRANT SPUR Mileage 30.1.
Rule     105     applies.     MAXIMUM
SPEED  15 MJML
Lights  will   not   be   displayed  on
switches.
END OF TRACK Mileage 5.5.
CASSILS
SUBDIVISION
FOOTNOTES
Maximum permissible speed: All
trains fifteen miles per hour.
Trains handling auxiliary cranes
must not exceed a speed of fifteen
miles per hour.
Trains restricted to one unit operation on this subdivision.
Southward  trains restricted  to daylight operation.
See Special Instructions
Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DTESEL UNITS—DFA-16 b, c, g
DFB-16 d, DRF-24, DRF-25 and all
units with 6 driving axles must not
operate.
 TIME TABLE  No. 81,  APRIL 29,   1973
13
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
m
V  ex
JO
13.6
23.4
33.1
39.7
57.7
63.2
76.7
82.5
919
101.1
109.9
118.4
BASSANO
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
EMPRESS   RWZY
13.6
. BINDLOSS 	
9.8
CAVENDISH 	
9.7
.  BUFFALO 	
6.6
. MAJESTIC 	
18.0
.   JENNER   	
5.5
IDDESLEIGH  	
13.5
. PRINCESS 	
—   5.8   	
Jmi E.
T! JS
o (7>
f 8
m
Jet.
PATRICIA 	
10.4
DUCHESS 	
8.2
ROSEMARY    RY
Rosemary Sub.
8.8
COUNTESS   	
8.5
BASSANO  RWZXY
Jet. Brooks and Irricana Subs.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93a applies.
BA
Yard
Ntt
Nil
NU
45
Nil
NU
Nil
45
NU
44
Nil
Yard
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
Miles from
Rosemary
f ROSEMARY
SUBDIVISION
Train Order
Office Signals
Car Capacity
Sidings
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
STATIONS
JO
4.9
11.7
20.0
25.1
30.5
36.7
45.6
53.6
   ROSEMARY   RY
Nil
Ntt
NU
Nil
Ntt
NU
Nil
Nil
Yard
READ
UP
Jet. Bassano Sub.
4.9
MATZHIWIN      Y
6.8
VERGER      	
8.3
CONTROL 	
READ
5.1
BULLPOUND    	
DOWN
5.4
PINHEGAN     	
Joint Track
CN.R.
f                  6.2
TREFOIL   ..  ,
8.9
DOROTHY 	
8.0
.... EAST COULEE  YRZ
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93a applies.
BASSANO SUBDIVISION
FOOTNOTES
Maximum permissible speed: all
trains Thirty Miles Per Hour.
Rosemary is a register station for
trains only when instructed by train
order.
See Special Instructions
Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
ROSEMARY SUBDIVISION
FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed
and Permanent
Slow Orders
Located Between
Permissible
Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
Rosemary Mileage .0 and
East Coulee Mileage 53.6       15
Mileage
17.4 and 17.9         5
47.0 and 48.0  5
On East Leg of
Rosemary Wye        15
Trains must not operate between
mileage 17.9 and mileage 29.8.
Eastward trains restricted to daylight
operation and to one unit operation
only between mileage 29.8 and 53.3.
Rosemary is a register station for
trains only when instructed by train
order.
See Special Instructions
Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel units DFA-16 b, c, g, DFB-16
d, DRS-24 and DRF-30 a, b, must not
exceed 15 m.p.h. DRF-30, DRF-36 prohibited on bridges 6.2, 30.6 and 45.6.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—
200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited,
except 414479, 480, 503 and 650.
Movement on East Coulee Mine
Spur—200 to 250 ton capacity auxiliary
cranes prohibited.
GEM SPUR Mileage 4.94
Rule    105    Applies.    MAXIMUM
SPEED 15 MJP.H.
RESTRICTIONS:
Diesel units: DFA-16 b, c, g, DFB-
16 d, DRF-24, 25, and all units
with 6 driving axles prohibited.
Crane and Auxiliary: 200 to 250 ton
capacity prohibited, except 414479,
480, 503 and 650.
Westward trains restricted to daylight operation and to one unit
operation only.
Lights will not be displayed on
switches.
END OF TRACK   Mileage 11.83
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TABLE
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29,
1973
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
Miles from
Cosway
SUBDIVISION
Train Order
Office Signals
Car Capacity
Sidings
SOUTHWARD  TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
NO REGULAR
TRAINS                  |
HO REGULAR
STATIONS
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
.0
5.8
10.5
14.4
20.6
27.3
. COSWAY  RY
rt. Langdon Sub.
5.8
Nfl
Nil
NU
Nfl
Nfl
Yard
READ
UP
j<
4.7
SUNNYSLO
3.9
ALLINGM
6.2
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6.7
    WIMBORNE    YR
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Roles 41 and 44 apply.
Role 93a applies.
ACME SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES
Maximum permissible speed: All trains twenty miles per hour.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—DFA-16 b, c, g, DFB-16 d and all units with 6
driving axles must not operate.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—200 to 250 tons capacity prohibited,
except 414479, 480, 503 and 650.
MEERS SPUR Mileage 27.91
Rule 105 Applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 15 M J\H.
RESTRICTIONS:
A yellow repeater flashing light located on the southwest signal
mast of highway protection crossing, Mile 0.71 Meers Spur can
be seen by approaching trains. This light will be lighted and
flashing only when highway protection signals are operating.
All ran movements, when approaching this crossing, will be
prepared to stop before occupying crossing unless signals are
operating. Signals commence to operate when train or engine
approaches within 625 feet of crossing.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OF TRACK   Mileage 2.72
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
Miles from
Bassano
IRRICANA
SUBDIVISION
Train Order
Office Signals
Car Capacity
Sidings
EASTWARD  TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
NO REGULAR
TRAINS
NO REGULAR
TRAINS
STATIONS
READ
DOWN
.0
13.4
21.2
BASSANO                    HW7.Y
BA
ltU
un
Jet Broc
>k» and Bas
13.4
MAZEPEA<
7.8
HUSSAR
on
Bono Subs.
2S 	
READ
it.                   UP
29.2
36.1
45.5
54.9
72.2
CHANCELXj
OR   	
m
29
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Nil
nh
6.9
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9.4
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Rules 41 and 44 apply*
Rule 93a applies.
IRRICANA  SUBDIV
Maximum permissible speed: All trains twenty miles per hour.
Trains must not exceed a speed of five m.pii. between mileage
44.9 and mileage 45.0.
Trains handling auxiliary cranes must not exceed a speed of
fifteen miles per hour between Bassano and Standard.
Track impassable at mileage 44.9.
Railway crossing at grade with Canadian National Railways mileage 52.4—Interlocking. Signals will be operated by CP Rail trainmen and be left normally clear for C.N.R. trains. Rule 605A does
not apply.
ISION  FOOTNOTES
Trains between Irricana and Tudor restricted to one unit operation and must not exceed fifteen miles per hour.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS-DFA-16 b, c, g, DFB-16 d and all units with 6
driving axles prohibited.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—
4i!&r4?w ^3Sfprohibited on Bridges 265 to meMept
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INFERIOR  DIRECTION
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TABER
SUBDIVISION
K O
3 S
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EASTWARD  TRAINS
SUPERIOR   DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
994
Freight
Daily
STATIONS
.0
let. Maple Creek Sub.
DU
Yard
2.0
    MACSON   	
Jet. Maple Creek Sub.
 -0.3	
NU
2.1
9.4
17.5
25.2
32.4
    ROYTAL    VZR
7.3
   TOLI.SHEAD
NU
44
44
44
52
2135
2122
2110
2058
2045
8.1
   SEVEN PERSONS 	
7.7
    WHITLA
72
    WINNIFRED  	
-                      —-   8.6
41.0
47.9
56.0
64.8
69.9
 BOW ISLAND  WZY
6.9
   BUBDETT  	
98
44
42
47
87
2031
2020
2008
1955 j
1947
8.1
ghassy LAR
8.8
  PURPLE SPRINGS 	
5.1
    FTNCASTLE   	
76.5
82.0
86.6
90.3
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...ZW
. .,   X
44
NU
99
45
1937
5.5
             BARNWELL
4.6
    CRANFOBD   	
1918
1913
3.7
     CHIN    	
94.1
98.5
102^
106.1
106.7
108.4
1             3.8   ——————
TEMPWIT
45
48
44
NU
NU
Yard
1907
1901
1853
1845
4.4
CO ALP ALE
 z
3.8
    BROXBUBN   	
3.8
                   GHENT           	
0.6
    MONTANA   	
Jet Stirling Sub.
1.7
LETHBRIPGE
ZYK
B
Rale 9Sa applies.
Dally
994
TABER SUBDIVIS
Maximum Speed and                                                Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders                                               Miles Per Hour
Located Between                                                          All Trains
Mileage 2.0 and Mileage 25.0     45
ION  FOOTNOTES
ABS—EASTWARD between Signal 40 and Signal 1425 governing
movements entering Maple Creek. Subdivision.
The tracks between Roytal and Dunmore, and between Roytal
and Macson, will be considered as yard tracks on which movements may be made without train orders at restricted speed.
Yard Limits Lethbridge extend to Yard Limit Sign East of Ghent.
Westward trains will obtain clearance at Dunmore or Medicine
Hat and may leave Roytal without clearance.
Eastward trains will obtain clearance at Lethbridge and may leave
Ghent without clearance.
Mileage 25.0 and Mileage 49.0     40
Mileage  49.0 and Lethbridge Mile
108.4      45
Special  Instruction  "C"  is amended as follows:  Except when
weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection,
freight  trains may run  seventy-five  miles without  stopping  for
standing train inspection.
Trains handling 7,500 to 10,000 tons must not exceed 40 M.P.H.
and trains handling in excess of 10,000 tons must not exceed 30
M.P.H.
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4,5 j
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WESTWARD TRAINS
NFERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
79
Freight
Daily
1850
1902
•5
Is
to m
r
3
<
Daily
79
979
Freight
Daily
1650
1750
1805
1815
1830
1855
1905
1920
1950
2010
2030
2040
2050
2100
Daily
979
s3
.0
6.4
15.5
22.7
31.9
47.0
52.1
61.1
68.1
79.1
86.4
88.2
91.8
96.1
99.6
101.1
TIME  TABLE   No.
APRIL 29,   1973
CROWSNEST
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
ZYK
ZYR
Jet.
  LETHBRIDGE 	
6.4
  COALHURST 	
Turin and Aldersyde Subs.
9.1
    MONARCH   	
7.2
     PEARCE    	
9.2
.   FORT   MACLEOD   ....ZWYK
Jet. Macleod Sub.
15.1
    CHODO   	
5.1
  BROCKET  RZWY
9.0
    PINCHER    Z
7.0
    COWLEY    Z
11.0
    BURMIS    Z
    7.3   	
->«
... FRANK ...
1.8
BLAIRMORE
    3.6   	
COLEMAN
4.3
. SENTINEL .
3.5
1.5
CROWSNEST
ZY
W
WZ
ZK
Rule 93a applies.
i. ITS
x> cn
O IO
= 8
h- O
CO
B
KD
MC
MA
BU
o
<S
8 I
O CO
Yard
NU
62
61
116
85
52
67
79
45
63
NU
97
26
NU
Yard
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
990
Freight
Daily
0105
0050
©
n
(O   f«
>»
Daily
990
70
Freight
Daily
0715
0700
0625
0615
0555
0523
0515
0502
0450
0415
0401
0352
0345
0330
Dally
70
72
Freight
Daily
1645
1630
1555
1545
1525
1425
1410
1355
1320
1245
1231
1222
1215
1200
Daily
72
980
Freight
Dally
2300
2245
2210
2200
2140
2033
2025
2012
1950
1915
1901
1852
1845
1830
Dally
980
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
CROWSNEST  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Permissible Speed
Miles Per Hour
All Trains
Lethbridge Mileage 0.0 and Mileage 1.0     40
Mileage   1.0  and  Mileage  31.6      45"
Mileage
313 (Public crossing at grade)  *10
Mileage 31.6 and Mileage 68.9     45
Mileage
61.1 (Public crossing at grade just
West of Pincher Station)  	
Mileage 63.9 and Mileage 653 	
Mileage 653 and Mileage 66JZ 	
♦10
20
10
Mileage 66.2 and Mileage 67.1
20
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Permissible Speed
Miles Per Hour
All Trains
Mileage 67.1  and Mileage 81.2   45
Mileage 81.2 andHSfileage- 83\9   40~
Mileage 83.9 and~Mileage~~86.3   .  30
Mileage 863 and Mileage 95.0   45
Mileage
88.1 (Pedestrian crossing at grade just
East of Blairmore  Station    *lo
913 and 933 (on curves)  5 40
Mileage    95.0 and Mileage    973    40
Mileage    973 and Mileage~10a3    30"
Mileage  1003 and~Mileage~101.1    2*T
•Until crossing is fully occupied.
Continued on page 17
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17
CROWSNEST  SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES —Continued
Trains handling 7,500 tons to 10,000 tons must not exceed 40
M.P.H. and trains handling in excess of 10,000 tons must not exceed
30 M.P.H.
Special Instruction "C" is amended as follows: Except when
weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection,
freight trains may run seventy-five miles without stopping for
standing train inspection.
Eastward freight trains must stop for inspection at Cowley and
Coalhurst.
Trains originating at Brocket from Gulf Oil or Shell Oil Spurs
must make standing train inspection at Brocket.
ABS—EASTWARD between signal 1008 at Crowsnest and block
end sign Mileage 76.8.
WESTWARD   between   signal   775   and   block   end   sign
located 2000 ft. west of Crowsnest station.
Switch leading to fueling track from West end of No. 2 depot
track at Lethbridge is to be left lined for movement from No. 2
depot track to main track. When in this position yellow light and
target will so indicate.
At Coalhurst, capacity of Aldersyde Subdivision main track between junction switch and West crossover is 89 cars.
At Fort Macleod, capacity of Macleod Subdivision main track
between East and West crossovers is 113 cars.
At Frank* cars must not be dropped into East leg of wye due to
grade.
At Coalhurst, the times of Eastward trains originating, and of
Westward trains terminating, apply at the Aldersyde Subdivision
junction switch 600 feet East of the station.
Brocket is register station for trains only when instructed by train
order.
Yard limits Crowsnest extend to yard limit sign east of Hazell.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS-—All units with 6 driving axles. Prohibited on
following trackage:
Fort Plywood Spur, Mileage 32.15 and Cominco Fertilizer Spur,
Mileage 32.67, Fort Macleod. Blairmore Sawmills and Texaco Oil
Spur, Mileage 8935, Blairmore. Coleman Collieries Yard and Mine
tracks, Mileage 91.47 to Mileage 92.87, Coleman. Jefferson Lake
Petrochemicals Spur, Mileage 9436. Phillips Cable Spur, Mileage
95.35, Sentinel.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—-200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited
on Bridge 53.7 except 414479, 480, 503 and 650.
GULF OIL SPUR MILEAGE 513.
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM .SPEED 20 MJPJEL
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS: All units with 6 driving axles prohibited.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OF TRACK Mileage 2136.
SHELL OIL SPUR Mileage 19.6 off Gulf Oil Spur.
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 20 MJPJL
Rule 34 (a) Form 582 and Rule 27 Form 583 apply to eastward  movements.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS: All units with 6 driving axles prohibited.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OF TRACK Mileage 103.
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TIME  TABLE  No. 81,  APRIL 29,   1973
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
79
Freight
Daily
JO
*>
1.
"1
I
<
2145
2200
2215
2235
2300
Daily
79
III
E g
«♦= «o
107.3
92.1
86.7
80.6
76.8
70.8
64.5
60.9
56.0
52.1
47.9
38.6
31.9
26.3
17.2
133
9.0
5.0
.0
1.2
MACLEOD
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
. FORT MACLEOD WZYX
let. Crowsnest Sub.
15.2
    GBANUM    W
    5.4   	
WOODHOUSE
6.1
CLABESHOLM
33
PTJLTENEY   .
6.0
..   STAVELY  ..
____   R 3        ,
PARKLAND
33
DUBWABD   .
4.9
..  NANTON   ...
3.9
CONNEMARA
    42   	
31 £
o to
I 3
H O
MC
ZW
    CAYLEY   	
93
...   HIGH RIVEB W
6.7
...   ALDERSYDE  ZYR
lot Aldsrsyds Sub.
    53   	
.  OKOTOKS
9.1
DEWOROR
3.7
ACADEMY
    4.5   	
MIDNAPOHE
4.0
.   TURNER   .
— 5.0   	
12TH STREET E.
1.2
  ALYTH 	
Role 98a applies.
DR
ZW
KN
5§
o c/>
Yard
48
36
45
NU
37
Nfl
30
46
Nil
46
41
69
30
85
Nil
39
Nil
Nil
Yard
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
992
Freight
Daily
CO   «
>»
12
a*
990
Freight
Daily
ic
co w
«> i—
1445
1430
1415
2145
2130
2115
1400
1330
Daily
992
2100
2030
Daily
990
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19
MACLEOD SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Permissible Speed
Miles Per Hour
AU Trains
Mileage 0.0 and Mileage 3.1     15
Mileage
03 (public crossing at grade 11th St. E.)   *10
0.64 (approach public crossing at grade 26th
Ave. SJ£. on J Lead)     *5
1.0 (approaching public crossing at grade 30th
Ave. SJE. on J Lead)     *5
1.85 (approaching public crossing at grade 39th
Ave. SJE. on J lead)   *10
2.01 (public crossing at grade 42nd Ave.
SJE. on J Lead)   *10
{Mileage 3.1 and Mileage 7.0    25
Mileage 7.0 and Mileage 14.7 	
    40
Mileage 14.7 and Mileage 17.1 	
    25
Mileage 17.1 and Mileage 1054	
    40
Mileage
26.4 (public crossing at grade just south of
Okotoks Station)  	
38.6 (public crossing at grade just north of
High River Station) 	
104.1 (on bridge) 	
104.2 and 1054 (on curves)	
Mileage 1054 and Mileage 1074	
♦10
*10
20
25
25
♦Until crossing is fully occupied.
Special Instruction "C" is amended as follows: Except when
weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection,
freight trains may run eighty miles without stopping for standing
[brain inspection. However, all freight trains must stop at Aldersyde
for standing train inspection.
Northward signal 09 is single unit DWARF, rules 281, 285 and
291 apply.
Yard limits Alyth extend to yard limit sign, Mileage 6.7.
At Aldersyde when train order signal is displayed in stop indication for Northward trains stop must be made before fouling junction crossover 900 feet North of station.
At Aldersyde, times of Southward trains terminating, and of
Northward trains originating, apply at junction crossover 900 feet
North of station.
At Aldersyde crossover switches located 900 feet North of station
will be normal when lined for Aldersyde Subdivision, maximum
speed of trains through turnout 15 M.P.H.
Trains between Calgary and Alyth will be governed by Calgary
Terminals Time Table and Time Table footnotes Page 36 and 37.
At Okotoks on Texas Gulf Sulphur trackage movements must
not exceed 10 miles per hour at any point and 5 miles per hour
on sharp curves and skeleton track in sulphur loading area. All
units with 6 driving axles must not go beyond the lap switch or
into the liquid loading tracks.
Account highway crossing protection signals at crossing Mileage
80.7 at Claresholm, all trams using the siding at this point must
approach and pass over crossing at 10 miles per hour due to limited
length of circuit in siding. Trains on siding for meets which are
required to cut train for crossing will make sure cars are clear of
insulated joints, which are painted yellow, on the North and South
sides of the crossing. Movements on elevator track will stop at the
stop signs and proceed over the crossing with caution.
Rule 105A does not apply at Woodhouse.
Trains handling in excess of 10,000 tons must not exceed 30
M.P.H.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—All units with 6 driving axles. Prohibited on
Gravel Pit Spur, Mileage 102.14.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—100 to 160 tons capacity 20 m.pJi.
on Bridge 104.1 except 414400-402, 10 m.p.h.; 200 to 250 tons
capacity, 10 m.p.h. on Bridge 104.1.
CARS—Loaded Canadian National Railway ore cars in 345000
Series are prohibited South of Aldersyde.
CLARESHOLM AIRPORT SPUR Mileage 81.9.
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 15 MJPJL
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units: All units with 6 driving axles prohibited.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OF TRACK Mileage 2.76.
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TIIV3E  TABLE  No.  81,  APRIL 29,   1973
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
79
Freight
Daily
1905
1915
1925
1938
1947
1953
2007
2030
2052
2100
2106
2130
Daily
79
U
- s
if
6.3
12.0
20.2
25.7
29.6
38.1
45.8
51.0
60.6
65.1
70.4
74.0
79.8
87.0
ALDERSYDE
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
JH c
P S
© CO
e m
K O
  COALHUHST  ZYrI   ED
Jet Crowsnest and Turin Sabs.
64
  WHITNEY 	
5.7
   NOBLEPOBD   Zl
8.2
     BABON8    ZW|
5.5
  PEACOCK 	
3.9
    CABMANGAY    Zl
    84   	
CHAMPION    Z
7.7
KIRKCALDY    I
SJ2 	
VULCAN    ZWY
9.6
.. ENSIGN Z
—   4.5   	
  BRANT 	
54
...    ELTHAM  ....
Jet Lamond Sub.
3.6
....   BLACKS   ...
5.8
... MAZEPPA ...
72
,.  ALDERSYDE  .
Jet. Macleod Sub.
...Z
BZ
ZW
 z
ZYB
Rale 93a applies.
DR
o
o  g
* 2
O  CO
Yard
36
32
40
28
39
33
m
39
NO
34
nh
31
NU
Yard
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
992
Freight
Daily
1715
1701
1650
1637
1627
1620
1607
1545
1525
1516
1510
1450
Dally
992
990
Freight
Dally
0015
0001
2350
2337
2327
2320
2307
2245
2225
2216
2210
2150
Dally
990
ALDERSYDE SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Permissible Speed
Miles Per Hour
AU Trains
Coalhurst Mileage 0J0 and Mileage 87.0     45
Trains handling 7,500 to 10,000 tons must not exceed 40 M.P.H.
and trains handling in excess of 10,000 tons must not exceed 30
M.P.H.
At Aldersyde crossover switches located 900 feet North of station
will be normal when lined for Aldersyde Subdivision, maximum
speed of trains through turnout 15 M.P.H.
At Coalhurst Aldersyde Subdivision main track from junction
switch Crowsnest Subdivision to south crossover 89 car capacity and
Aldersyde subdivision main track between South crossover and North
crossover 67 car capacity.
Eltham is register station for trains only when instructed by train
order.
Special Instruction "C" is amended as follows: Except when
weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection
freight trains need not stop for standing train inspection. However,
all freight trains must stop at Coalhurst and Aldersyde for standing
train inspection.
Rule 105A does not apply at Whitney, Peacock, Carmangay and
Brant.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
 TIME TABLE  No. 81,  APRIL 29,  1973
21
WESTWARD  TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
1
il
.0
8.0
20.7
26.1
32.0
39.8
48.2
52.7
57.5
63.2
LOMOND
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
...   LOMOND  RZY
8.0
... ARMADA 	
12.7
    MILO   	
5.4
QTJEENSTOWN 	
5.9
.   SHOULDICE  	
— 7.8  a
.SJ e
^ 3
© </>
h- O
ARROWWOOD
8.4
MOSSLEIGH  .
4.5
.. PABROW ...
    4.8   	
... HERRONTON I
5.7
    ELTHAM   ...
Jet. Aldersyde Sub.
ZR
Rules 41 and 44 apply. Rule 93a
applies.
o
to
O   g
O CO
Yard
Nil
Nil
Nil
NU
Ntt
46
32
46
NO
EASTWARD  TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
LOMOND  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum  permissible  speed:   All   trains   twenty-five  miles   per
hour. r
Rule 105a does not apply.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—All units with 6 driving axles prohibited.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—150  ton  capacity 414400-402
prohibited. 200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited on bridges 28.1
to 45.0 except 414479, 480, 503 and 650.
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
Miles from
Coalhurst
TURIN
SUBDIVISION
Train Order
Office Signals
Car Capacity
Sidings
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
STATIONS
REGULAR
TRAINS
.0
6.2
13.1
18.9
26.3
  COALHURST
ZYR
ID
Nil
NU
30
24
NU
READ
DOWN
Jet Aldersyde Sub.
6.2
 DIAMOND CITY	
6.9
  PICTUREBUTTE 	
Y
READ
UP
5.8
  IRON SPRINGS 	
7.4
    TURIN   	
,... Y
Rules 41 and 44 apply. Rule 93a
applies.
TURIN  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum permissible speed: All trains twenty-five miles per
hour.
Trains must not exceed 15 miles per hour on curves between
Mileage .0 and Mileage 03. Trains must not exceed 10 miles per
hour between Mileage 10.0 and Mileage 10.15.
Time of Turin sub trains at Coalhurst applies at junction switch
with Aldersyde Sub.
Rule 105a does not apply.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—All units with 6 driving axles prohibited, except such units may be operated on Turin Subdivision Wye at
Coalhurst and movement must not exceed 5 M.P.H.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—-200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited.
 TIME  TABLE  No. 81,  APRIL 29,   1973
WESTWARD  TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
Eg
.0
6.6
13.2
20.3
28.0
35.3
43.0
51.3
59.9
68.6
76.2
84.5
92.6
98.1
102.1
STIRLING
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
ZZ
    MANYBERRIES   	
6.6
  ORION 	
6.6
  PAKOWKI 	
7.1
   ETZIKOM  	
7.7
    NEMISKAM   	
7.3
    FOREMOST    Y
7.7
    LEGEND   	
8.3
    SKIFF   	
8 6
   CONRAD  	
8.7
  WRENTHAM 	
7.8
    IUDSON   	
8.3
   STIRLING  ZYR
Jet. Cardston and Coutts Subs.
8.1
    WILSON   	
5.5
  STEWART  Z
4.0
    MONTANA    Z
Jet. Taber Sub.
© io
.E 8
H O
RY
Rules 41 and 44 apply. Rule 93a
applies.
o
ro
"1
3 CO
Yard
un
Nil
45
Ntt
52
Nil
NU
Nil
m
Ntt
34
44
Ntt
Nil
EASTWARD  TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
78
Freight
Daily
11
i
0445
0425
0400
Dally
78
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
STIRLING SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
Manyberries Mileage .0 and Montana Mileage 102.1
Mileage
84.3 and 84.5  (on curve)     	
101.9 and 102.1 (on curve)   	
25
15
15
Yard Limits Lethbridge extend to the yard limit sign East of
Montana.
Eastward trains must obtain clearance at Lethbridge and may
leave Montana without clearance.
Trains between Montana and Lethbridge will be governed by
Taber Subdivision Time Table Page 15.
The position of switch where Coutts Subdivision joins Stirling
Subdivision at Stirling is normal when lined for Coutts Subdivision.
Rule 105a does not apply.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—All units with 6 driving axles prohibited Eastward from Stirling.
CRANE AND AUXIUARY--150 ton capacity 414400402
prohibited on Bridge 43. 200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited.
 '
TIME TABLE  No. 81, APRIL
29,
1973                                           23
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
Miles from
Stirling
CARDSTON
SUBDIVISION
Train Order
Office Signals
Car Capacity
Sidings
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
STATIONS
READ
DOWN
73.3
66.6
46.4
37.6
29.3
17.4
12.7
7.2
.0
  GLENWO
OD  Y
NG ....
Yard
NU
NU
NU
31
24
28
28
NU
READ
UP
6.7
   HILLSPRr
20.2
  CARDSTC
)N  YW..
'  Y
I Sub.
•TJLEE
8.8
    RALEY
let. Wooliord
8.3
   SPRING CC
11.9
    MAGRA1
4.7
  WELLIN
5.5
     RAYMOI
na	
G 	
id
7.2
 STIRLING   ZYR
Jet. Coutts and Stirling Subs.
i
Rules 41 and 44 apply. Rule 98a
applies.
<
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Stirling Mileage .0 and Glenwood Mile
Mileage
0.0 and   02 (on curve) 	
;ardston subdiv
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
age 73.3                  25
              15
ISION   FOOTNOTES
At Stirling, the time of Cardston Subdivision trains applies at
the junction switch with the Coutts Subdivision.
Rule 105a does not apply.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—All units with 6 driving axles prohibited.
CARS—175,000 to 220,000 lb. (ore) gross weight each 10 m.p.h.
on Bridge 42.43.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY-MOO to 160 ton capacity, 10 m.p.h.
on Bridge 42.43. 200 to 250 tons capacity prohibited, except 414479,
480, 503 and 650 10 m.p.h. on Bridge 42.43.
733 and 23.6 (on curve) 	
                  20
42.43 (bridgr)  	
20
ill
G20 snd G?*                      ,
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
Miles from
Raley
WOOLFORD
SUBDIVISION
Train Order
Office Signals
Car Capacity
Sidings
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
STATIONS
READ
DOWN
20.7
15.7
7.8
.0
WHIfflCY   GAP    Y
31
32
16
NU
READ
UP
5.0
    JEFPERSC
7.9
WOOLFO
)N         	
RD 	
7.8
RALEY
 Y
Sub.
Jet. Cardston
Rules 41 and 44 apply. Rule 93a
applies*
\
Maximum permissible speed: All trair
Rule 105a does not apply.
See Special Instructions Pag
rVOOLFORD   SUBDP
is ten miles per hour.              i
;es 37 to 41 Incl.
/ISION  FOOTNOTES
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—DFA-16 b, c, g, DFB-16 d and all units with 6
driving axles prohibited. DS-6-8-9-10-12, DRS-10-12 units only may
operate south of Mileage 8.0 without authority of Superintendent.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—200 to 250 tons capacity Prohibited
except 414479, 480, 503 and 650.
 24
TIME  TABLE  No. 81,  APRIL 29,   1973
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
to
46.9
34.5
23.2
16.3
9.3
4.8
.0
COUTTS
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
Jet.
  COUTTS  ZYRW
12.4
  MILK RIVER 	
11.3
  WARNER 	
6.9
  McNAB 	
7.0
.... NEW DAYTON 	
4.5
    CRADDOCK   	
4.8
   STIRLING   ZYR
Cardston and Stirling Subs.
"2 JS
© to
2 te
K O
Rules 41 and 44 apply. Rule 93a
applies.
a
03   —
o to
Yard
27
42
NU
24
48
NU
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
78
Freight
Daily
0655
0625
0550
0535
0515
0500
0450
Daily
78
COUTTS  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Stirling Mileage JO and Coutts Mileage 46.9
Mileage
20.8 and 21.8 	
Mileage 34.81 (on curve)	
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
35
20
30
At Stirling, the time of the Coutts Subdivision trains applies at
the junction switch with the Stirling Subdivision.
The position of switch where Coutts Subdivision joins Stirling
Subdivision at Stirling is normal when lined for Coutts Subdivision.
Rule 105a does not apply.
Trains handling in excess of 10,000 tons must not exceed 30
M.P.H.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
CARS—251,000 to 263,000 lb. gross weight each 20 m.pii. on
bridge 34.8.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—150 ton capacity 414400402
20 m.pJi. on Bridge 34.8. 200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited except
414479, 480, 503 and 650 20 m.pJi. on Bridge 34.8.
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
Miles from
Vegrovtllt
VEGREVILLE
SUBDIVISION
Train Order
Office Signals
Car Capacity
Sidings
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
STATIONS
TRAINS
9.9
24.1
  VEGREVILLE                    Y
Yard
NU
NU
READ
9.9
     WARWICK    	
READ
DOWN
14.2
    WILLINGDON            YR
UP
Jet. Willingdon Sub.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93a applies.
Maximum permissible speed: all trains twenty miles per hour.
Railway crossing at grade with Canadian National Railway Mileage 3 Interlocking-Automatic. Northward trains must not exceed a
speed of fifteen miles per hour when approaching railway crossing
and are within 500 feet of the governing signal.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
Trains restricted to one unit operation.
VEGREVILLE  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS-DFA-16 b, c, g, DFB-16 d and all units with 6
driving axles must not operate.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited
except 414479, 480, 503 and 650. P      7 pronionea.
 WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
TIME TABLE  No. 81, APRIL 29,  1973
25
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
ill
.0
5.6
12.4
21.1
27.9
31.3
40.4
52.5
60.4
65.0
71.4
75.5
80.8
87.6
92.8
98.1
105.4
110.3
115.5
121.4
128.3
134.5
138.0
141.1
143.3
149.8
155.5
160.4
18S.4
167.1
169.6
174.5
WILLINGDON
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
.. LLOYDMINSTER  XZY
5.6
I   STAPLEHURST   	
6.8
STREAMSTOWN    	
8.7
.... MARWAYNE 	
6.8
....   HAZELDINE   	
3.4
....   DEWBERRY   	
9.1
..  CLANDONALD 	
12.1
  DERWENT 	
7.9
 SLAWA 	
4.6
  MYRNAM 	
6.4
..   BEAUVALLON   	
4.1
.... MORECAMBE	
5.3
....   MUSIDORA   	
6 8
 TWO HILLS Y
5.2
....   KALELAND   	
5.3
.... HAIRY HILL 	
73
  WILLINGDON  Y
Jet. Vegreville Sub.
4.9
....   WHTTFORD   	
5.2
   ANDREW 	
5.9
    WOSTOK   	
6.9
  St.MICHAEL 	
6.2
 STAR	
3.5
  BEAVERHILL 	
3.1
..    BRUDERHEIM   	
2i2
.... ELK ISLAND 	
6.5
.... JOSEPHBURG	
5.7
....   GRIESBACH  	
4.9
  AKENSIDE 	
5.0
..   CLOVER  BAR   	
1.7
EAST EDMONTON 	
2.5
LAMBTON PARK   	
4.9
SOUTH EDMONTON ...ZYR
Jet. Leduc Sub.
v.   to
© io
h- O
YN
Rules 41 and 44 apply. Rule 9Sa
applies.
ON
to
O   c
O (O
Yard
Ntt
Nil
45
NU
Ntt
18
Nil
Nfl
27
Ntt
Ntt
NU
27
NU
Ntt
34
NU
NU
NU
36
NU
NU
Ntt
Nil
NU
Nil
Nil
NU
Ntt
Ntt
Yard
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
WILLINGDON  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
.0
Permissible
Speed Miles
per Hour
AU Trains
30
Maximum
Speed and Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Lloydminster, Mileage
and South Edmonton,
Mileage 1745	
Mileage
24.0 and 26.0
(on curves)   25
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC
CROSSING AT GRADE Mileage 0.1 Willingdon Sub.—50th Avenue Lloydminster.
Approaching movements must not exceed
10 M.P.H. within 300 feet until crossing
fully occupied. Manual control for standing at station and to actuate signals before proceeding. After using adjacent
switch, approaching movements must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 1045 Lloydminster sub. — 49th
Avenue, Lloydminster. Approaching movements must not exceed 10 M.P.H. within
500 feet until crossing fully occupied.
Manual control for switching or standing
clear on main track. After using adjacent
switch, approaching movements must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied. Movements on business track must
stop at stop signs and actuate signals by
manual control.
Westward trains stopping at Two Hills
must not exceed five miles per hour until
public crossing at grade mileage 87.66 is
reached.
Railway crossing at grade with Canadian
National Railway.
Mileage 139.9 Interlock ing-Automatic —
Trains must not exceed a speed of twenty miles per hour when passing governing
approach signal.
Mileage 163.6 Interlocking-Automatic —
Trains must not exceed a speed of twenty miles per hour when approaching railway crossing and are within 500 feet of
the governing signal.
Mileage  167.7  Interlocking-Automatic.
All   movements  must   not   exceed   15
M.P.H. through interlocking limits.
Mileage 173.2 Not Interlocked.
Yard limits South Edmonton extend to
yard limit sign at mileage 162.8.
Signal 14L (1 and 2) of U.C.O.R. is not
applicable within the limits of the City
of Edmonton except East of 63rd Ave.
Underpass, mileage 173.3 (B.T.C. Order
82134).
Rule 105a does not apply.
See Special Instructions
Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—200 to
250 ton capacity prohibited, except 414-
479, 480, 503 and 650.
CHEMICAL SPUR Mileage 85.7.
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM
SPEED 25 M.P.H.
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS
Mileage
5.0 to End of Track  15 MJP.H.
Lights will not be displayed on
switches.
END OF TRACK Mileage 6.0.
 26
TIME  TABLE  No.  81,  APRIL 29,   1973
NORTHWARD   TRAINS — INFERIOR   DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
975
Freight
Daily
987
Freight
Daily
S
2000
2014
2022
2030
1520
1532
1545
1600
1613
1623
97
Freight
Dally
1631
1640
1703
2037
2045
2055
Dally
975
1720
1728
1736
1743
1752
1800
Dally
987
1
§
s
2
1
79
Freight
Daily
0600
0612
0615
0625
0635
1410
1425
1435
1445
Dally
97
e
s
a
<0
$
1
Dally
79
77
Freight
Daily
0115
0130
0138
0148
0200
0210
0218
0226
0255
0310
0320
0330
0337
0346
0400
FIRST CLASS
303
Psgr.
Daily
Except
Sat.
1822
1831
1837
1844
1852
1900
1910
S1922
1931
1936
1941
Dally
77
1946
1951
2000
Daily
Exc. Sat.
303
301
Psgr.
Daily
Except
Sun.
0922
0931
0937
0944
0952
1000
1010
S1022
1031
1036
1041
1046
1051
1100
Dally
Exc. Sun.
301
M
2 ac
.0
7.0
7.6
11.8
18.3
27.6
34.9
40.5
46.6
57.1
66.8
73.0
79.1
84.2
90.6
96.9
99.1
LEDUC
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
RED DEEB  ....ZK
7.0
.. LABUMA  Z
0.6 i!
NORTH JCT. R
let C.N.R.
42
BLACKFALDS   ...Z
6.5
V.... LACOMBE .VZYWR
let. Lacombe, Hoadley Subs
9.3
  MORNINGSIDE	
7.3
  PONOKA  Z
 5.6	
   MENATK  	
6.1
    ROBBEMA   	
10.S
... WETASKIWIN ZYWR
Jet Wetaskiwin Sub.
  9.7 	
    MILLET   ..
6.2
...   KAVANAGH
6.1
  LEDUC ....
Jet. Hoadley Sub.
 5.1 	
RZ
  NISKU 	
6.4
    ELLEBtSUE   	
6.3
SOUTH EDMONTON ZYK
Jet. Willingdon Sub.
2.2
    EDMONTON    ...
tw   ro
o to
•a §
h- O
RD
WA
Rule 93a applies between
Red Deer and
South Edmonton.
ON
u
ro
Jo is
O  CO
Yard
83
Nil
28
67
64
52
Ntt
61
69
53
53
54
65
52
Yard
Yard
LEDUC SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Located Between Psgr.     Freight
Red Peer, Mileage .0 and Edmonton, Mileage 99.1   90 55
Mileage
.0 and   1.0 	
(on curves)
(on curves)
on curves)
on curves)
1.0 and   3.0
3.0 and   7.0
7.0 and   93
93 and 103
105 and 28.0
28.0 and 29.0
29.0 and $43 (on curves)
345 and 34.9	
34° and 57 JO (on curves)	
57.02 50th Ave. crossing Wetaskiwin
57.02 and 585 (on curves)	
585   and 64.0 (on curves)   „.	
64.0   and 66.0 (on curves)	
66j0   and 83.0 (on curves)	
83.0   and 84.0 (on curves)	
84.0   and 952 (on curves)	
952   and 96.9   	
96.9   and 974	
972   and 99.0	
•Until crossing is fully occupied.
30
45
80
50
45
65
50
65
50
80
•25
35
85
50
80
50
80
30
30
35
50
45
50
50
•25
35
50
50
20
10
20
Special Instruction "C" is amended as follows: Except when
weather or other conditions prevent proper running  inspection
trains 987, 975, 77, 976, 988, 78 and trains handling a complete
consist of roller bearing equipped cars need not stop for standing
train inspection and other freight trains may run seventy five
miles without stopping for standing train inspection.
Trains and engines must have bell ringing when approaching
and passing through tunnel mileage 97.9.
ABS between Red Deer and South Edmonton.
Rules 263  to 273 apply between Signals 971A or 971B  at
South Edmonton and Signal 990 at Edmonton.
At Edmonton, main track ends at Signal 990, mileage 99.0.
Railway crossing at grade with Canadian National Railway at
mileage 955. Interlocking-Automatic.
Switch at South End of South Edmonton yard, Interlocked.
Power switch is dual controlled.
Yard limits Labuma extend to yard limit sign north of North
Jet
No. 975 may leave Wetaskiwin without obtaining clearance.
North Wye Switch Wetaskiwin normal when lined for Leduc
Sub. siding.
Continued on page 27
 TlrVIE
TABLE  No. 81,  APRIL 29,  1973
27
Miles from
Red Deer
LEDUC
SUBDIVISION
vi
P  JS
.E 8
e «=
h- o
•+»
o
to
<3 1
O CO
SOUTHWARD  TRAINS —SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
FOURTH CLASS
302
Psgr.
Daily
Except
Sun.
304
Psgr.
Daily
Except
Sat.
976
Freight
Daily
988
Freight
Dally
98
Freight
Daily
92
Freight
Daily
78
Freight
Dally
STATIONS
.0
7.0
7.6
U.8
v»
m-
<\
u
M
•J
III
o
.   RED  DEER   ... ZK
7.0
... LABUMA           Z
0.6
. NORTH ICT.        R
a   let. C.N.R.
4.2
BLACKFALD8        Z
RD
Yard
83
NU
28
0900
0852
1800
1752
0845
0830
1440
1420
2330
2316
0846
1746
c
o
"vi
3a
1
0820
S
VI
•O '
.5  e
<o C
a"
1
X
1410
2307
 6.5
18.3
27.6
34.9
V.... LACOMBE VZYWB
V
67
64
52
0839
0831
0823
1739
1731
1723
0810
0755
0743
1400
2257
2243
2233
JCT. J
.acomoe, noaaiey Subs
9.3
MORNINGSIDE 	
7.3
.... PONOKA  Z
5 6
40.5
46.8
57.1
....  MENAIK  	
Ntt
61
69
0735
0725
0705
2225
2215
2200
6.1
..   HOBBEMA    Z
0813
S0803
1713
S1703
10.5
.... WETASKIWIN ZYWR
Jet. Wetaskiwin Sub.
  9.7	
WA
C
1-
c
!E
•o
3
CO
>»
4*
"O
fC
o
X
0135
66.8
73.0
79.1
     MIT.T.ET    	
53
53
54
0751
0746
0741
1651
1646
1641
0121
0112
0102
0650
0640
0630
2144
2135
2126
6.2
.KAVANAGH 	
6.1
.    LEDUC  RZ
Jet. Hoadley Sub.
5 1
0810
84.2
90.6
96.9
99.1
Nisirn             y
65
52
Yard
Yard
0736
0731
0725
1636
1631
1625
0055
0045
0035
0620
0610
0600
0755
0745
0730
2119
2110
2100
SOU
6.4
FT.T.FRqTJE
6.3
TH EDMONTON ZYK
ON
Jet. willingdon Sub.
2.2
   EDMONTON  	
Rule 93a applies between
Red Deer and
South Edmonton*
Dally
Exc. Sun.
302
Daily
Exc. Sat
304
Dally
976
Dally
988
Dally
98
Daily
92
Daily
78
LEDUC SUBDIVISION
Trains  handling  7,500   to   10,000   tons   must   not   exceed  40
m.p.h. and trains handling in excess of 10,000 tons must not exceed
30 m.p.h.
North Jet. is register station for No. 79 only.
Lacombe   and   Wetaskiwin   are   register   stations   for   trains
originating and terminating only.
At Wetaskiwin No. 303, No. 304, No. 975, No. 976 and No. 78
will register in booth located near the north main track switch.
At Wetaskiwin Northward Train Order Signal docs not restrict
Northward trains from Wetaskiwin Sub.
Canadian  National  Railways  trains  entering joint  track  at
North Jet. may leave North Jet. without clearance.
Trains  will  register  in  booth   at  Hoadley  Subdivision  Jet.
Switch at Leduc only when instructed by train order.
Signal 14L (1 and 2) of U.C.O.R. is not applicable within the
limits of the City of Edmonton except at Whyte Avenue Crossing,
South Edmonton (RTC order No. R7623).
At Lacombe, trains on siding which are required to cut train
for crossing Mileage 18.01 will make sure cars are clear of insulated
joints, which are painted yellow, on north and south sides of crossing. On No. 2 and No. 3 tracks all movements must stop at "STOP"
sign before proceeding over crossing. "STOP" signs governing both
FOOTNOTES —Continued
tracks in both directions are located on the east side of No. 3 track.
All movements over both crossings on  old No. 2A highway
on Blackfalds Pit Track must be flagged by  a member of  the
crew.
At Edmonton, all movements over 104th AVE. must stop at the
"STOP" sign and proceed only after crossing protection signals have
been activated by pressing "start" button in box marked 'switches'
located adjacent to the crossing. If a movement occupies the crossing but does not clear it, and then reverses and clears to the same
side from which the movement commenced, it will be necessary
to stop the operation of the crossing protection signals by pressing
the "STOP" button in the box marked 'switches' located adjacent
to the crossing.
Movements must stop at the "STOP" sign erected twenty-five
feet clear of street line on both sides of Whyte Avenue, public
crossing at grade, Mileage 97.0. Before moving over this crossing,
engineman will give a short crossing engine whistle signal in addition to ringing bell regardless of the location of the engine.
Automatic crossing gates Whyte Avenue, mileage 97.0 equipped
with manual controls. Boxes located on north side of crossing to
control southward movements and on south side of crossing to
control northward movements. Trains required to cut this crossing
Continued on page 28
 28
TIME  TABLE  No.  81,  APRIL 29,   1973
LEDUC  SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES—Continued
or stand foul of automatic control circuits must stand clear of
insulated joints (painted yellow) on both sides of crossing and
operate gates by use of push buttons marked "Raise" and "Lower".
At 50th Avenue crossing Wetaskiwin Mileage 57j02 Leduc
Subdivision, all trains or engines approaching crossing on main
track in either direction and delayed more than three minutes in
approach thereto, must not exceed ten miles per hour until crossing is reached.
At Wetaskiwin, trains on siding which are required to cut train
for crossings Mileage 56.8 and Mileage 57.02 will make sure cars
are clear of insulated joints, which are painted yellow, on north
and south sides of crossing. On business track all movements must
stop before proceeding over crossing. "STOP" sign for Northward
direction is on west side of track.
Lights will not be displayed on yard limit signs.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
Miles from
Coronation
LACOMBE
SUBDIVISION
Train Order
Office Signals
Car Capacity
Sidings
EASTWARD  TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
76
Freight
Daily
STATIONS
.0
12.8
21.7
    CORONATION    WZYX
CN
Yard
NU
Nil
1300
1225
1155
12.8
      FLEET
8.9
    CASTOR   	
a n
25.7
33.3
42.1
49.3
■ "-■—'      ■ft.U                    ' '■                        ■■
   VELDT  	
NU
64
Ntt
Nil
1140
1115
1045
1020
7.6
  HALKIRK   Y
	
8.8
    GADSBY   	
7.2
  BOTHA .
T O
57.1
64.4
71.3
80.1
1                                     /.o               -
  STETTLER
53
NU
Nfl
24
0955
0930
0910
0840
7.3
    ERSDNE
6.9
    NEVIS
8.8
87.7
93.6
97.6
106.9
    7.6   	
  TEES
Nil
NU
NU
Yard
0815
0755
0740
0700
5.9
CUVE
4.0
CHIGWELL
9.3
LACOMBE                    H7V
V
let. Leduc Sub.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93a applies.
Daily
76
LACOMBE SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum permissible speed: all trains twenty-five miles per hour.
Trains must not exceed a speed of ten miles per hour over
public crossing at grade Mileage 56.8 until crossing is fully occupied.
Railway crossing at grade with Canadian National Railway Mileage 56.5—Interlocking—Automatic. Trains must not exceed a speed
of twenty miles per hour when approaching this crossing and when
passing the governing approach signal.
Railway crossing at grade with Canadian National Railway Mileage 79.6—Interlocking—Automatic. Timing circuit eastward from
2300 feet west of approach signal to point 600 feet west of signal
at diamond—3 minutes. See Special Instruction "G".
Lights will not be displayed on switches between Halkirk and
Lacombe.
California Standard Oil Co. Spur is located at Mileage 75.0.
Rule 105a does not apply.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—DPA-15 and all units with 6 driving axles must
not operate.
DFA-16 b, c, e, f, g, DFB-16 a, c, d must not operate on CN.R
transfer track at Stealer.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited
except 414479, 480, 503 and 650. P      7 proniouea,
CORDEL SPUR Mileage 333
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 15 MJP.H.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OF TRACK   Mileage 13.6
Engine consist must not exceed two units.
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29,
1973
29
NORTHWARD  TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
1
E
P    01
* tl
1 8
s 5
HOADLEY
SUBDIVISION
v»
S-   •*
mm\     C
0 CO
1 8
fie
h- O
o to
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
FOURTH CLASS
97
Freight
Daily
98
Freight
Daily
STATIONS
.0
10.8
16.8
  LACOMBE  ZRY
let. Leduc Sub.
10.8
  ASPEN BEACH 	
V
NU
NU
NU
6.0
   BENTLEY   	
24.7
31.5
34.6
39.6
1                              7.9   ————
  ,,,,   FOHSHFK
NU
NU
NU
NU
6.8
  RIMBEY	
3.1
    TRUMAN
f   Y
K   	
5.0
     BLUFFTOl
47.4
57.8
69.8
—-—___~   7.8   -
  HOADIfJ
10.4
WPfFIRU
r	
NU
17
14
>	
1140
12.0
     BRETON    	
1045
1210
1230
1250
1310
79.2
84.5
91.2
96.3
    9.4   —-——.
NU
NU
28
NU
1015
0958 j
0937
0921
5.3
    STJNNYBROOK   	
6.7
   THORSBY  	
5.1
    BUFORD   	
.    ...             5 9
1330
1350
1405
101.5
108.3
11X5
    CALMAR   	
28
NU
NU
0905
0841
0830
6.8
  IRETON 	
4.2
LEDUC
 ZR
ub.
let Leduc S
Dally
97
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93a applies.
Daily
98
HOADLEY SUBDIVI
Maximum Speed and                                               Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders                                               Miles Per Hour
Located Between                                                         All Trains
Lacombe Mileage 0.0 and Mileage 35.0 . 25
SION  FOOTNOTES
Trains handling auxiliary cranes must not exceed a speed oi
twenty miles per hour.
Rule 105a does not apply.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
\f il^aca*   $*i 0   and   Milpacrr   4
O.O            ... 20
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
TYTI7C17T     TTMTTC All   ..n.'f(.   T.rt'fV.   A   SlfS?f?5W   n«loc   nvsxKfKi'tArl   «wa*
Mileage  40.0   and
M ileage
69.0  __    15
 M 25
Special Instruction "C"  is amended  as  fc
receiving  standing   train   inspection   at   Ledi
operate   between   these   stations   without   sti
train   inspection.
Trains must approach crossing at  Mileag
stop unless it is known that crossing protccti
Mows:  Freight  trains
lie  and  Breton  may
Dpping   for   standing
e 42.02  prepared  to
on signal devices are
Bridge 35.4 and 573.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited
except 414479, 480, 503 and 650.
operating.
Trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour over bridges
mileage 74.9, 78.1, and 82.6.
Movements must not exceed ten miles per hour on south leg
of wye at Lacombe.
Trains or engines approaching highway crossings on north leg
of wye Lacombe must not exceed twenty miles per hour.
Engine arriving Breton on No. 98 must retain all train orders
n„A »*.«« a.»,mA «/*ti«*tiiij» nf Nn 07 and leave without a clearance.
HOMEGLEN SPUR Mileage 34.6.
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 25 MJPJrl.
SEE SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS PAGES 37 TO 41 INCL. RE-
GARDING 2% GRADES, ETC
Special Instruction "L" applies between Mileage 2.3 and Mileage
1.7 and between Mileage 0.8 and Mileage 0.3.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OF TRACK Mileage 8.2.
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TIME TABLE  No. 81,  APRIL 29,  1973
J-5
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
12
.0
15.1
22.6
30.5
43.3
51.9
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
w
rd
o»
c
•©
Oi
1-
o
IO
c
0>
2
16
»-
O
59.0
67.8
74.7
64.4
93.7
101.0
116.5
KERROBERT  ZYK   KO
15.1
I  SUPERB  	
7.5
I   MAJOR   	
7.9
| FUSILIER 	
12.8
COMPEER   	
8 6
ALTARIO   	
— 7.1	
KIRRIEMUIR    	
8 8
PEMUKAN  	
6 9
MONITOR   	
9.7
CONSORT   	
— 9.3	
CJ
S-&
O   c
!a Ha
^ rs
O CO
flfi UJ
1=00
LOYALIST   ..
7.3
.   VETERAN   .
15.5
CORONATION
WYZX   CN
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93a applies.
Yard
NU
25
Ntt
NU
NU
NU
Ntt
NU
28
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
Nil
Ntt
Yard
WESTWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH
CLASS
975
Freight
Dally
1650
1710
1721
1732
1746
1800
1815
1829
1849
1857
1905
1918
1940
E
si
.0
12.1
18.8
25.8
34.7
43.8
53.2
62.2
70.0
75.4
80.1
86.8
94.8
95.3
WETASKIWIN
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
HARDISTY    ZYK
12.1
LOUGHEED    Z
6.7
SEDGEWICK    Z
—   7.0   	
.  KILLAM  ...
8.9
. STROME ...
9.1
DAYSLAND   Z
9.4
.   BAWLF   	
_   9.0   	
OHATON    	
7.8
CAMROSE ..
5.4
ERVICK    ..
—   4.7   	
.Si e.
T2 JS
o to
f- o
HA
HI
o co
Yard
Ntt
Ntt
ZYW
Daily
975
BITTERN LAKE  X
6.7
.... GWYNNE Z
8.0
.... TAYLOR 	
0.5
WETASKIWIN  ....RWZY
Jet Leduc Sub.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93a applies.
CO
WA
36
NU
NU
56
EASTWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH
CLASS
976
Freight
Dally
0520
0457
0445
NU
26
34
NU
NU
NU
Yard
0434
0421
0407
0352
0335
0320
0251
0243
0228
0205
Daily
976
CORONATION  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum permissible speed: all trains twenty-five
miles per hour.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—DFA-16 b, c, g, DFB-16 d and
all units with 6 driving axles must not operate.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited on Bridge 70.06, 70.9, 722 and 93.7,
except 414479, 480, 503 and 650.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
WETASKIWIN  SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed Permissible
and Permanent Speed Miles
Slow Orders P« Hour
Located Between All Trains
Hardisty, Mileage .0 and Mileage 94.0 40	
Mileage
84.0 and 88.0   25
88.0 and 91.0   15
Mileage 94.0 and Wetaskiwin,
Mileage 95.3    35
RULE 99 OUTSIDE ABS—When a train stops
under circumstances in which it may be overtaken by
another train a flagman must immediately go back
AT LEAST 2000 YARDS to ensure full protection
and where required head end will be protected in
similar manner.
Trains handling auxiliary cranes must not exceed
a speed of thirty miles per hour.
Special Instruction "C" is amended as follows:
Except when weather or other conditions prevent
proper running inspection trains 975, 976 and trains
handling a complete consist of roller bearing equipped
cars need not stop for standing train inspection. Other
freight trains may run seventy five miles without
stopping for standing train inspection.
ABS—WESTWARD: Between Signal 687 and
block end sign mileage 70.7.
EASTWARD:    Between   Signal   700   and
block end sign mileage 68.0.
Railway crossing at grade with Canadian National
Railway, mileage 69.4—Interlocking—Automatic. Timing circuit eastward from signal case located 3300
feet west of approach signal to point 300 feet west of
signal at diamond—4 minutes. See Special Instruction
Trains or Engines approaching public crossing at
grade mileage 69.9 Camrose on main track and delayed
in approach thereto must not exceed five (5) miles
per hour until movement has occupied crossing.
Movements on siding over crossing not to exceed ten
(10) miles per hour. Trains in siding which are required to cut trains to clear crossing must ensure cars
are clear of yellow insulated joints on each side of the
crossing. Westward movements in siding approaching
crossing must not exceed five (5) miles per hour
until crossing occupied.
Public crossing at grade mileage 69.9 over elevator
track Camrose, equipped with push button device
located on large aluminum case on south side of
main track.
At Daysland public crossing mileage 43.85, all movements on business track must stop before proceeding
over crossing. STOP signs are on north side of business
track. Cars must be left clear of insulated joints
painted yellow on either side of crossing.
Yard limits Wetaskiwin extend to yard limit sign
east of Taylor.
No. 976 may leave Taylor without clearance.
Trains handling 7,500 tons to 10,000 tons must not
exceed 40 M.P.H. and  trains handling  in  excess of
10,000 tons must not exceed 30 M.P.H.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
 TIME  TABLE  No. 81,  APRIL 29,  1973
31
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TWAINS
READ
DOWN
E
8 «*
.0
6.2
11.7
19.1
27.4
CROSSFIELD
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
.    COUICUTT    ZY
Jet. Red Deer Sub.
6.2
  NTER 	
5.5
....  MADDEN  	
7.4
I DOG POUND	
8.3
..   CREMONA    Y
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93a applies*
5- <*
Si c
o <o
i 8
SStE
H O
o
ro
s a
5
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
EASTWARD  TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
CROSSFIELD  SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES
Maximum permissible speed: All trains ten miles per hour.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—DFA-16 b, c, g, DFB-16 d and all units with 6
driving axles must not operate beyond 600 feet of wye tail switch.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited, except 414479, 480, 503 and 650.
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
Miles from
Forth
ALBERTA CENTRAL
SUBDIVISION   If
Train Order
Office Signals
Car Capacity
Sidings
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
TRAINS
STATIONS
.0
15.8
24.6
31.0
   FORTH     Z
NU
NU
36
NU
Jet. Red Deer Sub.
15.8
SYLVAN LAKE
8.8
  BENALTO 	
6.4
                ECKVTLLE .
5 5
36.5
40.9
46.3
,  HE8PERO
NU
NU
NU
READ
4.4
   CONDOR   	
READ
DOWN
5.4
ALHAMBRA    	
UP
i» ■»
58.0
58.1
60.8
62.3
m\
X
1-
1-
c
o
f                OTWAY
Nil
Nil
NU
NU
Jet. C.NJL
0.1
...ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUSE .ZYK
2.7
LOCHEARN
1.5
Jet C.NJL
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93a applies between
Forth and Otway.
ALBERTA CENTRAL SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum permissible speed: All trains fifteen miles per hour.
Trains must not exceed a speed of five miles per hour over
Public Highway Crossings Mileage 30.81, 40.91, 46.34 and 51.79.
Yard limits Rocky Mountain House extend to yard limit signs
west of Lochearn and east of Otway.
Trains may leave Forth and Otway without clearance.
Trains between Otway and Ullin will be governed by CN. Rly.
Time Table, Rules and Regulations.
The position of switch at junction of Canadian National Railways with CP Rail at Otway is normal when lined for Canadian
National Railways.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
Yellow repeater flashing light located on north west signal
mast of highway protection signal mileage 2334 can be seen by
approaching trains. This light will be lighted and flashing only
when highway protection signals are operating. All rail movements
will approach this crossing prepared to stop before occupying this
crossing unless signals are operating. Signals commence to operate
when train or engine approaches within 800 feet of the crossing.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—DFA-16 b, c, g, DFB-16 d and all units with 6
driving axles must not operate.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY--200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited.
Cars having a gross weight exceeding 177,000 pounds
prohibited.
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TIME  TABLE  No. 81,  APRIL 29,   1973
RED  DEER  SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Pernaissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Located Between Psgr*     Freight
12th Street E. Mileage .0 and Red Deer Mileage
93.5    90
Mileage
03 and
13 and
4.4 and
5.4 and
1.0 	
4.4 (on curves)
5.4	
8.0 (on curves)
8.0 and 12.0 (on curves)
12.0 and 26.0 (on curves)
26.0 and 29.0 (on curves)
29.0 and 39.5 (on curves)
20
60
60
60
70
80
70
60
50
20
$93 Public crossing at grade 600 feet north of
Carstairs station  -~ #10
10
593 and 54.0 (on curves)  60
54.0 and 55.8 (on curves)   80
55.8 and 56.7  45 45
56.7 and 58.0 (on curves)   80
58.0 and 61.0 (on curves)     60
61.0 and 65.0 (on curves)  80
65.0 and 68.0 (on curves)      60
68.0 and 73.0 (on curves)  50 45
73.0 and 77.0 (on curves)  60
77.0 and 82.0 (on curves)  65
87.0 and 90.0 (on curves)   80
90.0 and 92.4 (on curves)   60
92.4 and 93.0   30 30
•UntiL crossing is fully occupied.
RULE 99 OUTSIDE ABS—When a train stops under circumstances in which it may be overtaken by another train a flagman
must immediately go back AT LEAST 2000 YARDS to ensure full
protection and where required head end will be protected in
similar manner.
Special instruction "G." is amended as follows: Except when
weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection
trains 987, 77, 988, 78 and trains handling a complete consist of
roller bearing equipped cars need not stop for standing train inspection and other freight trains may run fifty miles without
stopping for standing train inspection.
ABS—Northward between Bengal and Block end sign mileage
7.6.
Southward between Mileage 7.0 and Bengal.
Northward between Signal 87.9 and Red Deer.
Southward between Red Deer and Block end sign mileage 893.
Southward signal 42-L Mileage O.l is located to left of direction of movement.
Northward trains must comply with the requirements of Rule
509 when required to pass signal 11 and dwarf signal Bengal at stop.
Railway crossing at grade with Canadian National Railways
mileage 0.99—Interlocking—Automatic.
Yard limits Alyth extend to yard limit sign mileage 5.4.
Yard   limits  Crossfield  extend   to  yard   limit  sign  south   of
East Crossfield Spur mileage 2728.
Yard limits Carstairs extends to yard limit sign South of
Crump.
Yard limits Didsbury extend to yard limit sign north of
Harm at ton.
Yard limits Red Deer extend to yard limit sign south of Forth.
Northward freight trains must obtain clearance at Alyth or
Calgary and may leave Bengal without clearance.
Trains between Calgary and Alyth will be governed by Calgary
Terminals Time Table footnotes pages 36 & 37.
Trains handling 7,500 to 10,000 tons must not exceed 40 m.p.h.
and trains handling in excess of 10,000 SShs must not exceed 30
m.p.h.
AUTOMATIC CROSSING GATES —At 15th Street East,
Mileage 056 and at 17th Avenue East Mileage 0.76 are equipped
for manual control. Boxes located on east side of tracks control
gates for northward movements and on west side control gates for
southward movements. Trains required to cut these crossings or
standing foul of automatic control circuits must stand clear of the
insulated joints on both sides of the crossings and operate gates
by use of push buttons marked "RAISE" and "LOWER".
Trains on siding that are required to cut train for crossing
mileage 7537 and mileage 75.12 at Innisfail and at Mileage 463 at
Didsbury will ensure cars are dear of insulated joints which are
painted yellow on North and South side of crossing. On business
tracks all movements must stop before passing over crossing.
NORTHWARD  TRAINS — INFERIOR  DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
77
Freight
Daily
2130
2143
2150
2205
2213
2215
2223
2227
2229
2239
2245
2256
2306
2314
2321
2327
2332
2340
2347
2355
Daily
77
73
Freight
Daily
1705
1730
1745
1755
1808
1810
1819
1823
1825
1835
1850
1905
1915
1921
1930
1935
1940
1947
2010
2020
Daily
73
987
Freight
Daily
1130
1143
1151
1200
1212
1225
1233
1237
1239
1250
1255
1305
1315
1323
1330
1335
1340
1348
1355
1405
Dally
987
FIRST CLASS
303
Psgr.
Daily
Except
Sat.
1630
1634
1637
1645
1650
1656
1704
1705
1710
1713
1714
1723
1725
$1734
1740
1744
1750
S1754
1757
1802
1809
1819
Daily
Exc. Sat.
303
Petro is a register station when instructed by train order.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl.
301
Psgr.
Daily
Except i
Sun.
073d
0734
07371
0749
075d
075C
0804
080E
081C
0813
0814
0823
08251
$0834
084C
0844
0850
$0854
0857|
0902
090$
0919
Daily
Exc. Sur
301
SHANTZ SPUR Mileage 472
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 15 MJPJI.
Liquid sulphur track switch Shantz must be left lined normal
after switching has been completed.
RESTRICTIONS:
i^9^cm^Z!°250 ton -*■** prohibited ^
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OF TRACK   Mileage 15.77
Continued on page 33
 TIME
TABLE  No. 81,
APRIL
29,  1973
33
i
RED DEER
|    SUBDIVISION
x-    CO
*  c
12 S
© <7>
35
cu
& ft
o (ft
SOUTHWARD  TRAINS—SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
Iti
s S
FIRST CLASS
FOURTH CLASS
302
Psgr.
Daily
Except
Sun.
304
Psgr.
Daily
Except
Sat.
78
Freight
Daily
82
Freight
Daily
988
Freight
Daily
84
Freight
Daily
86
Freight
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1946
	
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128
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1033
1027
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1933
0250
0235
0830
0816
1325
1310
1745
1730
2235
2223
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1927
0227
0808
1300
1722
1715
1704
1652
1642
1634
1632
1622
1618
1607
1557
1547
1538
1532
1525
2215
2205
2150
2147
2137
2129
2127
2117
2113
2102
19.0
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129
123
42
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1021
1012
1011
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1921
1912
1911
1906
0218
0205
0203
0154
0756
0732
0730
0722
1244
1227
1225
1215
28.9
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34.8
37.9
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125
36
49
132
73
1003
1002
0953
0950
$0943
1903
1902
1853
1850
S1843
0148
0146
0136
0132
0121
0717
0715
0700
0654
0640
1209
1207
1157
1153
1143
39.4
1.5
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7.0
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46.4
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56.5
7.9
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42
125
39
42
0937
0933
0927
$0924
0921
1837
1833
1827
$1824
1821
0111
0104
0056
0051
0046
0625
0615
0606
0600
0540
1132
1124
1117
1112
1105
2055
2047
2040
2035
2030
67.0
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757,
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78.2
33 7
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34
NU
mi
Yard
0916
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1816
1809
0038
0030
0530
0520
1055
1045
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RD
0903
Daily
Exc. Sun.
302
1803
0015
0510
Daily
82
1035
Daily
988
1455
2000
Rule 93a applies between Bengal
and Red Deer.
Daily
Exc. Sat.
304
Daily
78
Dally
84
Dally
86
RED  DEER  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES— Continued
ROCKYVBEW SPUR Mileage 11.7
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 10 MJP.H.
RESTRICTIONS:
SEE SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS PAGES 37  TO 41 INCL. REGARDING 2% GRADES ETC.
SPECIAL  INSTRUCTION  «L" APPLIES  BETWEEN  MILEAGE 0.85 AND MILEAGE 0 J.
Diesel Units—All units with 6 driving axles m\ist not operate.
Auxiliary Cranes:  200 to 250  ton capacity prohibited  except
414479, 480, 503 and 650.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OF TRACK   Mileage 4.06
DOAN SPUR Mileage 68.15
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 10 MJP.H.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OF TRACK   M ileage 1.95
EAST CROSSFIELD SPUR Mileage 27.8
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 15 MJML
Switch   point  derail  equipped  with  switch  lamp  and  target,
located North end of load track must be locked in derailing
position with red indication when not in use.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OF TRACK   Mileage 1.33
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WESTWARD  TRAINS
INFERIOR   DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
1
Psgr.
Daily
1400
S1605
1615
S1700
1810
Daily
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S3
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1.S
6.1
9.6
14.0
24.5
27.8
33.4
46.9
54.3
56.1
62.7
68.7
81.9
92.7
99.0
106.3
116.6
122.2
128.0
129.8
132.4
136.6
LAGGAN
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
CALGARY
1.5
8UNALTA
4.6
BRICKBURN
3.5
.   KEITH   ..
4.4
BEABSPAW
10.5
COCHRANE
3.3
M3TFORD
5.6
BADNOR
13.5
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KANANASKIS   	
1.8
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6.6
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6.0
I CANMORE  Y
     13.2 	
BANFF  WY
10.8
    MASSIVE   	
6.3
CASTLE MOUNTAIN
7.3
   ELDON  	
  10.3 	
LAKE LOUISE  WY
5.6
.   STEPHEN   	
5.8
PARTRIDGE   	
1.8
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2.6
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4.2
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AC
Yard
na
122
Nil
129
EASTWARD   TRAINS
SUPERIOR   DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
Psgr.
Daily
1435
129
NU
129
131
nh
128
Nil
144
130
136
NO
126
127
123
102
NO
104
Yard
1230
S1220
S1135
1040
Daily
LAGGAN   SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES
COPTTHORNE SPUR Mileage 27.2
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 15 MJPJL
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS
Mileage
7.0    5 M.P.H.
RESTRICTIONS:
See special instructions page 37 to 41 regarding 2% grades.
Special instruction "L" applies between Mileage .0 and Mileage
3.0 and between Mileage 7.0 and Mileage 8.0.
Switch point derail equipped with switch lamp and target is
located at mileage 0.3 and must be lined in derailing position
immediately following each movement.
Diesel units: All units with 6 driving axles prohibited.
Crane and Auxiliary: 200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited on
Bridge Mileage 8.01.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OF TRACK   Mileage 8.94
CANMORE BONE SPUR Mileage 67.5
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 10 MJPJEL
RESTRICTIONS:
Restricted clearance exists at the side loading platform on NJ8^
7 track at the Canmore mine, and trainmen must not ride on
sides of cars in this track. Equipment must not be moved
beyond the first platform on this track. Restricted clearance
for train crews all areas vicinity of tipple and warning sign
placed. Trainmen must not ride tops or sides of cars in this
area.
Consists of more than one Diesel unit must not be used for
switching purposes.
Diesel units: All unjj$ with 6 driving axles prohibited.
Crane and  Auxiliary: 200  to  250   ton   capacity  prohibited.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OF TRACK   Mileage 259
Continued on page 35
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35
LAGGAN  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
■Continued
Maximum Speed and Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Located Between Psgr#     Freight
Sunalta Mileage 15 and Stephen Mileage 1225    70 50
Mileage
15 and 5.0 (on curves) 45 40
5.0 and   12.0 (on curves)  50 45
12.0 and   16.6 (on curves)   45 40
16.6 and   16.9  35 30
16.9 and   285 (on curves)  45 40
285 and   29.0  \ " 35 30
29.0 and   30.0 (on curves)  45 40
30.0 and   36.0 (on curves)   50 45
36.0 and   51.6 (on curves)  60 45
51.6 and   54.0 (on curves)  50 45
54.0 and   57.0 (on curves)   45 40
57 JO and   77 JO (on curves)     50 45
77.0 and   79.0 (on curves)   45 40
79.0 and   81.9 (on curves)  40 40
81.9 and   82.1 (Banff and Public crossing)  #20 #20
82.1 and   88.0 (on curves) „  40 40
88.0 and   925 (on curves) ..  50 45
925 and   942, (on curves) ™^w  45 40
942 and 104.0 (on curves)  50 45
104.0 and 112.0 (on curves)   60 45
112.0 and 121 JO (on curves)   40 40
121.0 and 1225 (on curves)  S  30 30
Stephen Mileage 1225 and Mileage 125.0   30 20
Mileage 125.0 and Field Mileage 136.6     25 20
Mileage
1365 and 136.6 20
Partridge Mileage 128.0 (through siding)    20 20
Cathedral Mileage 132.4 (through siding)     20 20
•Until crossing is fully occupied.
Special Instruction "C" is amended as follows: Not applicable to
901, 902, 936, 964, 965 and trains handling a complete consist of
roller bearing equipped cars. Except when weather or othei
conditions prevent proper running inspection, other freight trains
may run eighty miles without stopping for standing train inspection.
Trains between Calgary and Sunalta will be governed by Calgary
Terminals Time Table footnotes pages 36 &: 37.
Calgary is a register station for first class trains only. Westward
trains originating must obtain clearance at Calgary and may leave
Sunalta without clearance.
Westward trains except first class, trains must obtain clearance at
Alyth and may leave Sunalta without clearance.
At Banff, Westward trains on main track stopping at Banff
station must stop 130 feet East of crossing mileage 82.04 and must
not exceed 10 m.p.h. until crossing is fully occupied.
Trains standing in back track which are required to cut trains to
clear highway crossings mileage 22.63 and mileage 67.05 must ensure cars are clear of yellow insulated joints on each side of the
crossings.
Engineman of all trains must have bell ringing when approaching and passing through tunnels mileage 128.8, mileage 131.1 and
mileage 133.8. Conductors must see that windows, ventilators and
doors are closed and that at least one light is burning in each
compartment of each passenger car when approaching and passing
through spiral tunnels mileage 128.8 and mdeage 131.1.
Switch at Sunalta is dual control.
Rules 263 to 273 apply between Signal 15 Sunalta and Signal 16
Mountain Sub at Field. Exception to Rule 514 does not apply.
Power operated derail East end Keith yard dual control, an
eastward route may be obtained by operating the push button
located in box south of derail after obtaining permission from the
train dispatcher.
Eastward trains finding it necessary to back out of tunnels
Mileage 128.8 and Mileage 131.1 must contact Train Dispatcher
before doing so, then be governed by his instructions.
All trains must not exceed 20 m.pJi. between Mileage 1365
Laggan Sub. and Mileage 15 Mountain Sub. Field.
Special Instruction "D" applies at switches: Mileage 11.09, 815,
995 and 116.47.
Following signals located to left of direction of movement:
Eastward Signal     56   Brickburn
Westward Signal     67 (dwarf)    Brickburn
Westward Signal   101     Keith
Westward Signal   119  *  Mileage 11.9
Eastward Signal   134      Bearspaw
Westward Signal   147 (dwarf)       Bearspaw
Eastward Signal   238 (dwarf)   Cochrane
Westward Signal   251       Cochrane
Eastward Signal   328 (dwarf)     Radnor
Westward Signal   341       Radnor
Eastward Signal   462       Ozada
Westward Signal   477 (dwarf)       Ozada
Eastward Signal   556 (dwarf)      Exshaw
Westward Signal   569     Exshaw
Eastward Signal 680   Canmore
Westward Signal 695 (dwarf)   Canmore
Eastward Signal 806 (dwarf)    Banff
Westward Signal 821  .. -  Banff
Eastward Signal 920 (dwarf)   Massive
Eastward Signal 1058  .... Eldon
Westward Signal 1071   (dwarf)     Eldon
Eastward Signal 1162 (dwarf)   Lake Louise
Eastward Signal 1216 (dwarf)       Stephen
Eastward Signal 1276 —~ .. ... Partridge
Westward Signal 1287 (dwarf)       Partridge
Eastward Signal 1320 (dwarf)       Cathedral
Westward Signal 1331      Cathedral
Eastward Signal   1364     Field
When the back track at Cathedral is used for clearing trains, the
back track switches must not be re-opened, siding fouled or reentered until permission is obtained from the Train Dispatcher.
When entering siding at Cathedral or Partridge under Rule 265,
Rule 99 for outside ABS must be applied against opposing movements.
At Lake Louise East, Banff West and Banff East switches when
train or engine passes signal indicating "stop", the Highway crossing near the switch must be manually protected until the crossing is fully occupied.
RESTRICTIONS
All units with 6 driving axles must not operate beyond sign
erected on spur to Canada Cement Plant Exshaw.
With twenty-four driving axles on grades of two per cent or over
the dynamic brake may be employed, only in conjunction with train
air brakes controlled with pressure maintaining brake valve and
back up movements must be avoided. Empty cars should not be
marshalled on the head end of trains under these circumstances.
Unless otherwise provided, on freight trains handling 4500 tons
or more any car with gross weight of less than 50 tons must be
marshalled behind at least fifteen cars, each having a gross weight
of 50 tons or more, from engine. Whenever consist includes less
than fifteen cars each having a gross weight of 50 tons or more,
the heavier cars must be marshalled immediately behind engine.
See Special Instructions Pages 37 to 41 Incl., regarding 2% grades,
etc
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WESTWARD TRAINS
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1.5
6s
8 g
<* jh
ss
171.1
173.3
174.5
175.8
CALGARY
TERMINALS
STATIONS
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2.2
   ALYTH  	
15
12th STREET E.
Jet. Red Deer and
Macleod Subs.
1.3
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1.5
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EASTWARD TRAINS
CALGARY TERMINALS  FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Mileage
1715 and 173.9 	
172.0 and 1725 Eastward Only
173.9 and 174.8 	
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
174.8 (2 tracks over 8th Street East Public
Crossing at grade)	
174.8 and 175.8 	
.0 and     15	
45
35
25
•15
25
25
Movements  on  other   than  main   track  over   15th   St.  East
crossing mileage 0.56 Red Deer Subdivision must not be made
until tne crossing has been fully protected.
•Until crossing is fully occupied.
Westward signal 1725 at Mileage 1725, signal 26L at Mileage
174.49, signal 54L at Mileage 174.7 and signal 42R located west of
crossover Milage 17451 on north track all located to the left of
direction of movement.
Interlocking between Westward Interlocking Signal mileage
171.1 Brooks Sub., Eastward Interlocking Signal, mileage 15 Laggan Sub., Northward Interlocking Signal mileage 0.35 Macleod
Sub. and Southward Interlocking signal mileage 15 Red Deer Sub.
Train and yard movements Alyth yard over the three lead tracks
which have to cut cars for crossing 50th Avenue S.E. mileage 172.10
Brooks subdivision must keep clear of insulated joints painted
yellow. Speed approaching this crossing must not exceed 10 m.p.h.
within 220 feet each side of crossing on these tracks.
Yard limits Alyth extend to yard limit signs mileage 6.7 Macleod Subdivision and mileage 5.4 Red Deer Subdivision.
Calgary is register station for first class trains only.
Alyth is register station for freight trains only.
AUTOMATIC CROSSING GATES—At 11th Street West Mileage 1.12 Laggan Subdivision and at 8th Street East mileage 174.88
Brooks Subdivision are equipped for Manual Control. Boxes on
north side of tracks control gates for westward movements and on
south side control gates for eastward movements. Trains required
to cut these crossings or standing foul of automatic control circuits
must stand clear of insulated joints on both sides of crossings and
operate gates by use of push buttons marked "RAISE" and
"LOWER".
Crossing protection at 50th Avenue crossing SJE. Mileage 256,
MacLeod Sub., protects main track only. In the circumstances
when yard move being made into spurs H-26A and H-28 movement
must be stopped and Yardman proceed ahead and flag crossing
before proceeding over same.
Switch at Sunalta, Bengal, Ogden and crossover mileage 1725
Brooks Subdivision are dual control.
See Special Instructions—Pages 37 to 41 incl., regarding 2%
grades for movements on "M" lead mileage 2.07 Red Deer Sub.
Rule 104A, U.C.O.R. applies at the following spring switches:
Brooks Subdivision
171.8 	
Location
V-9 (1 switch
Crossover to C-l)
Normal For
V-9
Holding Devices
Tracks P-2-3-4-5-6-8-9 and N-8-10-11-12-13 are equipped with holding devices, controlled by the Pull-down Supervisor.
Crews of all movements entering these tracks must ensure that:
East-end cars are placed in the holding devices, slack is bunched,
and Pull-down Supervisor has activated the holding device, before
uncoupling the engine.
Crews of all movements leaving tracks must ensure that; all
cars to be moved are coupled together, and to the engine, before
requesting the Pull-down Supervisor to de-activate the device.
Cars must not be flat switched into tracks equipped with holding devices, unless cars rolling free are controlled by a member
of the crew, who will prevent an impact which would cause
stationary cars to move.
All trains must be secured by eight hand brakes regardless
of whether track equipped with holding device or otherwise.
Yard switches equipped for power and manual operation
located between 12th St. E. and Bow River bridge are not to be
trailed through.
 TIME TABLE  No. 81,  APRIL 29,   1973
37
mam-
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS GOVERNING OPERATIONS ON GRADES 2% AND OVER
1. Air Brake Rule 35, Form 582, is augmented by the following; "When the unit controlling the train is equipped with pressure	
taining, the train brakes may be left applied to hold a train standing on grade until ready to proceed. If stop exceeds two hours and
it is considered necessary to recharge the brake system before proceeding, sufficient hand brakes must be set to hold the train while
recharging. Hand brakes must be set on the rear end of the train when on ascending grade and on the head end of the train when on
descending grade. Before releasing hand brakes, a minimum brake pipe reduction must be made to hold the train while hand brakes
are being released."
2. When dynamic brake is available and unit controlling  train is equipped with a pressure maintaining brake valve, a stop must
be made before descending grades of 2 percent or over, proceeding as soon as brakes are released and train properly charged.
3. Grades of 2 percent or over, points at which a standing brake test must be made in accordance with rule 20, Form 582 except as
provided in Special Instruction No. 2 and points at which thermal tests must be made if dynamic brake or pressure maintaining brake
valve is not used or available, are as follows:
Subdivision  Direction
Retainer Grades
Between
Terminal Thermal
Test Test
Laggan
Westward   Stephen and Field        Stephen      Yoho
}i
rJInfrhLn* I Southward  Mile 7.0 and Mile 8.0   MM 7.0
Sp^j fNorthward Mile 4.0 and Mile   .0   Mile 4.0
4. When snow plows and spreaders are being handled deadhead, they must  be marshalled at rear of train, next ahead of caboose,
and run in the direction of travel.
5. Tri-level flat cars, loaded or empty, must not be coupled to an empty car less than 43 ft. in length, atop when loaded should  be
marshalled toward rear of train and not less than  15 cars from diesel unit.
A—Unless otherwise restricted, maximum  speed  for passenger trains is 90 m.p.h.
Freight trains will, unless otherwise provided, be governed by the following speed limits.
Subdivision
MAPLE CREEK, BROOKS, LEDUC	
LAGGAN,  RED DEER	
TABER, CROWSNEST, ALDERSYDE	
WETASKIWIN,   MACLEOD	
COUTTS   	
Speed Limit
._. 55 m.pii
  50 m.pii
 45 m.pii
.... 40 m.pii
 35 m.pii
EMPRESS, WILLINGDON, STRATHMORE, BASSANO  30 m.p.h
SUFFIELD, BURSTALL, HOADLEY, CORONATION, STIRLING,
CARDSTON, LOMOND, TURIN, LANGDON, LACOMBE  25 m.pii
IRRICANA, ACME, VEGREVILLE, PENNANT  20 m.pii
ROSEMARY, HATTON, CASSILS, ALBERTA CENTRAL    15 m.p.h
CROSSFIELD, WOOLFORD  10 m.p.h
B—MAXIMUM SPEEDS FOR DIESEL UNITS AS GOVERNED BY TRACTION MOTOR GEARING
Class
DPA-15 a, b, d, DPA-17, DPB-15 a, DPB-17  	
DFA-15 b. DFA-16 a, e, f, DFB-16 c, DRS-10 c, d, DRS-16, DRS-18, DRF-24, #DR£24, •DRF-SO c, d, e, f, •DRF-36
DFA-15 f, DRS-20, DRF-22, DRF-25, #DRF-30 a, b	
DFA-16 b, c, d, g, DFB-16 a, b, d — 	
DFA-15 c, d, e, DFB-15 b, c, d, e, DRS-12, DRS-15, DRS-17, DS-8, DS-9, DS-12, *DRF-30 g, h 	
DRS-10 a, b, DSG, DS-10 — 	
•DRS-24 and DRF-30, 36 restricted to Freight train speed on curves.
MAXIMUM SPEED FOR ALL RAIL DIESEL CARS 	
Except that unit 9194 is restricted to 85 miles per hour.
Miles
Per Hour
89
85
75
71
70
65
60
35
90
Continued on page 38
 38
time: table No. si, april 29, 1973
SPECIAL   INSTRUCTIONS— Continued
C-Freight trains will not, unless otherwise provided, run more than 40 mile, without fW*,^
inspecdon may be performed as follows: Headend trainman detrain from engine at point naif *«*«*• 2?^ he w^l ™ss ov«
paSd stopping7 poin? of caboose. He will then give one side of the train a pull-by mspection ^ ******* J«J^€~iSS
and walk up other side of the train to his engine, performing standing- inspection .As soon as thes train itops *e"»^ ^mman
will walk up one side of the train performing standing inspection to the point where the head-end tnuimian crossed over. He will
then cross over to the other side and give a pull-by inspection to the rear portion of tram as it pulls by slowly.
D~In territories where Rules 263-273 are effective, trains must not dear the mam track at non-electrically locked hand grated
switches at the locations listed in the Subdivision footnotes of timetable. When switching movements are made through such switches,
the switch must be left open un/il switching completed and movement has returned to the mam track.
E—In addition to the requirements of Rule 90a, crews equipped with end-to-end radios at the front and rear of trains will communicate with each other when approaching and passing stations.
F—"Rule 5"—Unless otherwise specified by train order or other special instructions. AT TERMINATING STATIONS arriving
time of First Class Trains applies at the Station, of all Other Trains at the first main track switch where trains can enter siding or
yard tracks, if no such switch time applies at the Station. Trains may be yarded or final stop made on the main track at or before
arriving time shown in Timetable. AT INITIAL STATION leaving time of First Class trains applies at the Station, of all Other Trains
at the last main track switch where trains can leave siding or yard tracks, if no such switch time applies at the Station.
G—Movements occupying timed circuits approaching interlockings for periods in excess of that specified in Subdivision Timetable
footnotes must proceed prepared to find interlocking signal displaying "STOP" indication.
H—RIDING ON TOP OF CARS—Employees are prohibited from riding on the tops of cars or cabooses not equipped with running
boards.
Employees are prohibited from riding on the tops of cars or cabooses equipped with running boards except when necessary in switching or making up trains in yards or industrial spurs.
I—-Where trains are equipped with radios and Example 2 of Form 'Y' Train Order is used, the following will govern: When
authorized by foreman named in Train Order to pass the red flags at Mileages specified, trains so authorized must first stop at red
flag and then proceed at Restricted Speed to the opposing red flag and in no case exceed SLOW SPEED.
J—•Instructions for movement of Freight Cars having a gross weight up to 263,000 pounds are specified in subdivision footnotes and
Equipment Authorization Chart. Authority for movement of Freight Cars having a gross weight in excess of 263,000 pounds must be
secured from the superintendent.
K—Main track switches may be equipped with reflectorized lenses or targets of the prescribed colours in lieu of lights, and yard limit
signs may be reflectorized in lieu of lights.
L—Retaining valves must be used on 50% of the cars on freight trains on descending grades of 2% or over if the tonnage is in excess
of "A" rating for the ascending grade for the diesel units on which the dynamic brake is in effective operating condition, unless the train
is controlled with a pressure maintaining brake valve. Otherwise Rules 34(a) Form 582, and 27 Form 583 apply.
Rule 34 of Form 582 does not apply to Rail Diesel Cars.
M—FLAGGING   INSTRUCTIONS   FOR   PROTECTION   OF MEN AND MACHINES
When men and machines are to be worked on or near the track and before the track is made unsafe for movements at normal
speeds, protection may be provided as follows:
(a) By day place a red flag and, in addition, by night a red light between the rails at least 200 yards in each direction from the defective point or working area, WHICH MAY BE AT ANY LOCATION WITHIN THE LIMITS STATED IN THE TRAIN
ORDER, and place torpedoes on each rail to cause one explosion 200 yards beyond the red signals, also;
(b) By day place a yellow over red flag and, in addition, by night a yellow and a red light at least 3000, but not more than 4000 yards
in each direction from the defective point or working area, to the right of the track as seen from an approaching train and place
torpedoes not more than 100 nor less than 50 yards apart to cause two explosions 200 yards beyond the yellow over red flag, also;
(c) By day place a green flag and, in addition, by night a green light in each direction immediately beyond the defective point or work
ing area to denote that normal speed may be resumed.
(d) Trains exploding the torpedoes prescribed by Clause (b) shall immediately reduce speed and be prepared to stop at the red
signal prescribed in Clause (a) and there be governed by instructions or signal of the Maintenance of Way employee in charee
but must not proceed until the red signal has been removed in the clear view of the engineman.
NOTE:—(1) The red signal must not be removed except as authorized by the Foreman in charge.
® 1?^^°** Prescribed bY Clauses (a) and (b) shall be replaced by Maintenance of'Way employees
(3) This Special Instruction must not be used where either Rules 41 or 44 annlv
(4) Rules 45 and 46 apply. yF 7'
(e) Maintenance of Way employees providing protection required under Clause (b) must each be equipped for day time with—
— a yellow over red flag mounted on staffs
— a supply of torpedoes, and in addition for night time and when weather or other conditions
obscure day signals, with —
a red light
a yellow light
a supply of matches
and must not return until recalled or relieved.
TRAIN ORDER advice must be issued in conjunction with these Flagging Instructions as follows:
"Men and machines working until 1  between mileage       and
mileage. .
Protection when required will be provided under Time Table Special Instruction M."
NOTE:—(1) The Foreman must be advised of the limits and times specified in the order
W m ™ ^i^a^SrfJS  I  SH°RT 1  PRACTICABLE, TO  fik  CHANGED  AS THE  PROGRESS
OF THE WORK MAY REQUIRE.
Continued on page 39
 TIME  TABLE  No.  81,  APRIL 29,   1973
39
SPECIAL  INSTRUCTIONS
■Continued
M.l—WHEN PROVIDING PROTECTION UNDER RULES 40, 41, 42 (EXCEPT UNDER EXAMPLE 9 OF miiM v thato
fNRGDwuWHAp1PL?ADIOS ARE mK!nOKm^ ^^Tim^m^mSxSrmi! °m» the follow
Il U tuafatp^r^ taS^faSLSE: thC M a£tCr bClng St°PPed' ^ ta -^  to^to  *« point
Ko^^r^ mu" bc authoriMd by foreman in *-^ murt be in witin«
N PROTECTION FOR AND MOVEMENT OF MAINTENANCE-OF-WAY MACHINES
1 1    I 1Burro Cranes a.n<* pther similar machines cannot be depended on to operate signal systems and certain other mach
aehnateiy not operate signal systems. Such machines must be operated and protected  in  the  following manner:
ines will
(a)
m
(d)
(e)
ff>
(g)
(h)
AS PRESCRIBED BY RULES 40, 41, 42, or Special Instruction «M".
OPERATION   BY   TIMETABLE   AND   TRAIN   ORDER
Timetable and train order authority may be used for the operation of the following machines when accompanied by a Conductor, Yard Foreman or Operating Officer:
Burro Cranes
Wickham Track Inspection Cars
Hy Rail Cars -  self propelled machines equipped for highway and rail operation.
Railway Equipment - self propelled machines that can be normally, handled on their own wheels in the consist of a train.
Within ABS Territory:
Unless the machine is continuously coupled to a standard railway car -
- Rule 99 OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY   (at  least 2000  yards) must apply.
- Yard limits, Station limits and Station Protection Signals afford NO protection.
- Rules 281 to 293 inclusive do not apply.
Outside ABS Territory:
In the application of Rule 99, the flagman must go back at least 2000 yards.
(c) CENTRALIZED  TRAFFIC  CONTROL  (CTC)   OR TO WORK WITHIN INTERLOCKINGS
The employee in charge of machines or track work may be authorized by Train  Dispatcher or Signalman  to occupy track or
tracks within specified limits and specified times without flag protection, as follows:
(Name or Machine No.) MAY USE (Track or Tracks)
BETWEEN
(Signal and/or Location)
(Time)
AND
UNTIL
(Signal and/or Location)
(Time)
When requesting track and time limits, employee will give his name, occupation and location and specify time and work limits
and track or tracks to be used. When such authority is granted the instructions must be in writing and repeated to and acknowledged by Train Dispatcher or Signalman before being acted on. Train Dispatcher or Signalman must make proper record
immediately.
Before authorizing track occupancy, Train Dispatcher or Signalman must block all levers controlling signals governing movements into such limits at STOP and must not remove lever blocks nor permit any train or engine to enter such limits until
the employee in charge reports the time track and/or machines are clear, REGARDLESS OF THE TIME LIMITS GRANTED.
If additional time is required, authority must be obtained in writing before previously authorized time expires. Train Disptcher or
Signalman must report to the Superintendent any failure to clear such tracks before expiration of time specified.
Train Dispatcher or Signalman must, when practicable, line track switches against potential conflicting movements and in addition, when practicable, line signals away from the protected limits.
TO MOVE THROUGH INTERLOCKINGS
STOP before passing signal governing movements into Interlocking (WHETHER OR NOT SIGNAL INDICATES PROCEED) . Obtain authority or hand signal from Signalman who must first provide protection by blocking levers controlling
signals governing movements on or conflicting with the authorized route at STOP. Signalman must not remove lever blocks
nor permit any train or engine to pass such signals until employee in charge has reported clear of Interlocking Limits.
AUTOMATIC  INTERLOCKINGS  AND   AT  OTHER  INTERLOCKINGS WHERE RULE 672 APPLIES
STOP before passing signal governing movements into Interlocking (WHETHER OR NOT SIGNAL INDICATES PROCEED) . If no immediate conflicting movement is evident, an employee must proceed to the crossing and unlock box marked
"switches" and be governed by instructions posted in the box.
In boxes where lights are provided to indicate the approach of trains, if those of the opposing railway are lighted and no
train is seen approaching he will open SWITCH and give proceed hand signal or move the machine through the limits. If
lights are not provided, or if those of the opposing railway are not lighted, such employee, after opening SWITCH, must
wait THREE MINUTES before giving the proceed hand signal or moving the machine through the limits. SWITCH must not
be closed until  the entire movement has cleared  the Interlocking Limits.
NON INTERLOCKED RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
NON INTERLOCKED DRAWBRIDGES OR
WHILE INTERLOCKING STATION CLOSED
The route must be properly lined and protected against conflicting movements, after which machine may proceed.
POWER OPERATED SWITCHES
Movements must not exceed 4 MPH over power operated  switches.
PUBLIC   CROSSINGS   AT   GRADE   PROTECTED   BY   SIGNALS AND/OR GATES
Crossing must be protected by a member of the crew unless it is known  the signals have been  operating for at least  twenty
seconds or the gates are horizontal when the crossing is reached.
Automobile type inspection cars must approach crossing prepared to stop and may then proceed over crossing as the way is
seen to be clear. MM    m sn
Continued on page 40
 40
TIME  TABLE  No.  81,  APRIL 29,   1973
SPECIAL  IHSTRUCTIOHS-Continued
O—SPERRY DETECTOR CARS
Sperry Detector Cars, WHEN TESTING, cannot be depended on to operate signal systems and such  cars should be operated
and protected in the following manner:
(a) Within ABS Territory:
By train order form H or U. | aHR^isteU&S , i_ «j j       -u
When flag protection is required, protection as prescribed by Rule 99 OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY must be provided; such
flag protection must also be provided within yard limits and station limits.
(b) Within CTC Territory:
By Rule 266. 3III1I L ..   ,
When flag protection is required, protection as prescribed by Rule 99 OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY must be provided.
(c) Through Automatic Interlockings:
Regardless of indication of the governing interlocking signal, the knife switch referred to in Rule 672 must be opened and kept
open  until movement has passed  the  interlocking signal  governing  movement  in  the opposite direction.
(d) Over public crossings at grade protected by automatic devices:
Crossing to be protected by a member of the crew unless it is known that the automatic protection is operating.
(e) Over Power Operated Switches—Movement must not exceed 4 miles per hour.
P—MOVEMENT   OF   CRANES,   COMBINATION   CRANE-PILE DRIVERS, PILE DRIVERS
AUTHORITY for the movement of equipment listed below is contained in Subdivision  footnotes and  the  Equipment  Authorization
Charts.
Equipment with arrows to denote the direction of travel must be placed in train accordingly.
Yardmasters must have an authorization from the Chief Dispatcher before moving any equipment here listed. Connecting Divisions,
Conductors, Enginemen and all concerned with a movement must be given complete instructions regulating the same.
Cranes exceeding 25 ton capacity must not make a lift while standing on a bridge nor move over a bridge while carrying a load,
without special authorization from the Chief Engineer.
SEPARATION of Equipment.
Cranes up to 160 tons capacity
Combination Crane-Pile Drivers
Pile Drivers
To be separated from each other and other equipment
by two cars of a gross weight each of not more than
220,000 pounds or lesser weight where authorized.
Cranes of 200 to 250 tons capacity
Cars used for separation must have a length greater than 37
I
To be separated from other equipment by one car
of not more than  142,000 pounds gross weight.
feet over strikers.
SPEED
Tons Capacity
15
23Vi
25
30
75
100
160
200
250
100
150
Crane Series
414133
414171
414179, 414181
414600-607 incl.
414225
414282, 414288
414289
414323-327 incl.
414330-332 incl.
414334-335 incl.
414337, 414339
414420, 414421
414470480 incl.
414500-503 incl., 414650
414321, 414328
414400402
Where
Authorized
Freight Train
Speed Is
Unless Otherwise Mentioned in Footnotes,
Trains Moving Equipment
Must Not Exceed
MPH
MPH
Over 25
20
25 or leas
15
Combination Crane-Pile Driver
40 or over
35
35 or 30
25
25 or less
Permissible Freight
Train Speed.
Over 25
25
25 or less
15
Tons Capacity
as a Crane
30~~
31
Pile Driver
Series
414203, 414205
414207-214 incl.
414178, 414200-202
414204, 414206
Series
incl
Scale-Test Car
400040, 400043
Series
420925-928 incl.
Over 25
25 or lei
35 or over
25 to 35
Under 25
30 or over
Under 30
25
15
25
20
15
30
5 less than permissible
Freight Train Speed.
Continued on page 41
 TIME  TABLE  No.  81,  APRIL 29,   1973
41
SPECIAL  INSTRUCTIONS-Con<inu,d
P—MOVEMENT OF CRANES, COMBINATION CRANE.PBLE DRIVERS, PILE DRIVERS—Continued
Self Propelled Hi-Rail Cranes Rail AU Turnouts
Tons Capactiy
Series 414000      1 Forward Direction 25 MPH Maximum.
50
60
Permissible Freight Train Speed if less than
Series 414025      j 25 MPH.
Reverse Direction 15 MPH Maximum.
Permissible Freight Train speed if less than
15 MPH.
5 MPH
5 MPH
Q—ORE CARS
Trains handling ore cars in series 370 to 377 inclusive, also short ballast cars 368443 to 543 inclusive and foreign cars 30 feet and
less in length must not exceed 30 miles per hour when loaded and 25 miles per hour when empty. Canadian National Railway ore cars
in Series 345000 to 345244 inclusive loaded or empty must not exceed 40 m.p.h.
R—In CTC territory, when the 'Employee Call' located on most signal bungalows is operating either by a steady or flashing light or
sounding horn, or both, it is an indication for any employee in the vicinity, except crews on moving trains, to answer the Dispatchers
phone at that location.
8—Section 15 of Form 583 (train handling and other instructions relating to brake and communicating signal equipment) is
revised to require standard trainline pressure of 75 lbs. per square inch instead of 70 lbs. per square inch in freight service except that
the standard trainline pressure for westward freight trains only between Stephen and Field and on unit trains made up of bathtub
type cars in 349, 351 series over all subdivisions is to be 85 pounds per square inch.
T—RULE 99 WITHIN CTC TERRITORY
Within CTC protection against following trains or engines on the same track is not required except when signals are declared
inoperative.
U—HOT BOX DETECTOR SYSTEM
On Subdivisions where this Special Instruction applies the following will govern:
SCANNER—To avoid abnormal heat indication from a source other than defective equipment, enginemen should when practicable avoid prolonged use of train brakes approaching this point and any application of brakes while a portion of the train is
passing scanning equipment.
INDICATOR—This is in the form of a WHITE LIGHT mounted on a mast and IS NOT A BLOCK SIGNAL. The last indication displayed will apply as follows:
STEADY BURNING or UNLIGHTED—Stop before fouling switch at the inspection point and immediately communicate with
the train dispatcher. If communication fails, perform standing train  inspection.
FLASHING—No evidence of overheating.
The train dispatcher will provide information as to the location of overheating. The journal is to be inspected, and if no evidence
of overheating is found, that car and at least two cars on each side must be inspected for any condition which may be responsible for the
abnormal heat condition, opening all journal box lids as part of the inspection. Before proceeding, the train dispatcher must be informed of the result of the inspection and any action taken.
V—SIGNALLED SIDINGS AND SIGNALLED YARD TRACKS
Before undertaking any work which may render a SIGNALLED SIDING or SIGNALLED YARD TRACK unsafe for movements
at normal speed or if rendered unsafe from any cause, trackmen, bridgemen or other employees must provide protection in accordance
with U.C.O.R. Rules 40 to 45 inclusive, Special Instruction 'M' or Special Instruction -N\ Signalled sidings and signalled yard tracks
must be protected in the same manner as main tracks.
W—PROTECTION OF IMPASSABLE OR SLOW TRACK
When necessary to provide protection under Rules 40 to 44 and Time Table Special Instruction "M" the distance specified must
be at least 3000 yards instead of at least 2000 yards.
 42
TIME  TABLE   No.  81,  APRIL  29,   1973
DIAGRAM SHOWING  LOCATION  OF TRAIN   PHONE WIRES
FACE IN THE DIRECTION NAMED — COUNT CROSS ARMS FROM TOP DOWN
In some sections there are additional cross arms below those shown but train phone wires are on the cross arm
indicated counting from the top down.
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