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 CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY
BRITISH COLUMBIA DISTRICT
TIME
TABLE
TAKING EFFECT AT 24.01 O'CLOCK SUNDAY, APRIL 28th, 1935
GOVERNED  BY  PACIFIC  STANDARD  TIME
FOR  THE   INFORMATION  AND  GUIDANCE  OF  EMPLOYEES  ONLY
THE SUPERIOR  DIRECTION  IS  EAST OR  SOUTH, AND  EAST OR  SOUTH  BOUND TRAINS ARE  SUPERIOR TO TRAINS OF THE  SAME
CLASS  IN THE OPPOSITE (INFERIOR) DIRECTION.
THE COMPANY'S  RULES ARE  PRINTED SEPARATELY IN  BOOK FORM.     EVERY EMPLOYEE WHOSE  DUTIES ARE  PRESCRIBED  BY THE
RULES, AND  EVERY  EMPLOYEE WHOSE   DUTIES ARE CONNECTED WITH THE  MOVEMENT OF TRAINS,  MUST HAVE  A
COPY OF THE  RULES AND OF THE CURRENT TIME-TABLE ACCESSIBLE WHEN  ON  DUTY.
W. A. MATHER,
General Manager.
c. A. COTTERELL,
Assistant General Manager.
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REVELSTOKE DIVISION
je Subdivision
l     Mountain...
..Field to Revelstoke (including Field) .
Shuswap Revelstoke to Kamloops (not including Kamloops)..
Okanagan Sicamous to Okanagan Landing	
Arrow Lake Revelstoke to Arrowhead	
Lake Windermere Colvalli to Golden (including Colvalli)	
Miles
125.7
128.8
51.0
27.5
166.7
J. J. HORN,
Superintendent,
Revelstoke.
A. A. SMITH,
Asst. Superintendent,
Revelstoke.
Dispatching Office at Revelstoke; Telegraph Call N.
J. H. ARMSTRONG, Chief Train Dispatcher.
499.7
J. A. MAXWELL,
H. C. LAUGHLAN,
J. F. HANEY,
T. E. LITTLE,
G. A. DAVIDSON,
F. M. NICHOLLS,
C. H. CHATFIELD,
G.A.PHILLIPS,
E. S. BEARCROFT
A. M. THOMPSON,
Train
Dispatchers.
VANCOUVER DIVISION
Page Subdivision
6 Thompson Kamloops to North Bend (including Kamloops) .
6 Mission Mission to Huntingdon	
6 Westminster Coquitlam to Westminster	
7 Cascade North Bend to Vancouver	
7 Cascade Coquitlam Yard (including loco Spur)	
7 Cascade Vancouver Yard	
J. M. MacARTHUR,
Superintendent,
Vancouver.
E. S. McCRACKEN,
Asst. Superintendent,
North Bend.
G. L. McCREA,
Asst. Superintendent,
Vancouver.
Miles
121.5
10.1
8.4
129.0
28.5
65.7
Dispatching Office at North Bend; Telegraph Call D.
C. W. FISHER, Chief Train Dispatcher.
363.2
E. C. KETCHAM,
G. B. BENTZ,
H. L. RUARK,
H. CHESTER,
V. ENGLISH, ^ T   .
C  F GRANT I
J."W.MALONEY,      j Dispatchers.
KOOTENAY DIVISION
Page Subdivision
8 Cranbrook Crowsnest to Cranbrook (including Crowsnest) .
9 Nelson Cranbrook to Nelson 	
9 Kimberley North Star to Kimberley to End of Track	
10 Boundary Nelson to Midway (including Midway)	
10 North Fork Westend to Archibald	
I I Rossland Castlegar to Rossland..	
I I Slocan South Slocan to Slocan City	
I I Lardeau Lardeau to Gerrard	
I I Kaslo Kaslo to Nakusp	
LAKE AND RIVER ROUTES
14 Okanagan Lake Okanagan Landing to Penticton	
14 Arrow Lakes Arrowhead to Robson West	
14 Slocan Lake Rosebery to Slocan City	
14 Kootenay Lake Procter to Lardeau	
14 Kootenay Lake Procter to Crawford Bay	
Miles
. 99.0
. 137.7
.. 19.2
.. 128.2
.. 17.4
. 30.7
. 31.3
. 33.1
.   66.1
562.7
. 63.0
. 127.0
. 20.0
. 43.0
.    14.0
F. C. SHARPE,
Superintendent,
Nelson.
A. J. IRONSIDE,
Asst. Superintendent,
Cranbrook.
Dispatching Office at Nelson; Telegraph Call H.
C. E. MANSFIELD, Chief Train Dispatcher.
267.0
C. M. YOUNG,
F. EWING.
L. M. VARNER,
W. A. COOPER,
C. C. YOUNG,
1 Train
J Dispatchers.
KETTLE VALLEY DIVISION
Page Subdivision
12 Carmi Midway to Penticton (not including Midway)	
12 Princeton South Penticton to Brookmere	
13 Coquihalla Brookmere to Petain (not including Petain)	
13 Copper Mountain Princeton to Copper Mountain	
13 Merritt Spence's Bridge to Brodie (not including Spence's Bridge) .
13 Osoyoos South Penticton to Haynes to End of Track	
Miles
135.4
108.3
56.7
14.0
72.3
27.0
W. J. McLEAN,
Superintendent,
Penticton.
G. PRATT,
Asst. Superintendent,
Penticton.
Dispatching Office at South Penticton; Telegraph Call S.
J. H. SCOTT,  Chief Train Dispatcher.
413.7
J. A. YOUNG,
E. G. DONER,
J. F. GUIMONT,
G. L. KEMERLING,
M. V. FOLEY,
\ Train
J Dispatchers.
MEDICAL OFFICERS
NAME                                                                   RESIDENCE TERRITORY
DR. A. L. LYNCH, Chief Medical Officer... Vancouver.. _....Phone trinity I 151.
DR. S. BON NELL Res. Phone, Bay. 7369 ]
DR. G. A. PETRIE Res. Phone, Fair. 703 \ Vancouver.Office Phone Sey, 6704 Room 225 Medical & Dental Bldg., Georgia
DR. R. C. WELDON Res. Phone, Bay. 5408 j and Hornby Streets."
DR. W. J. MacKENZIE„....Res. Phone, Sey. 2111, Vancouver. _ Phone Trin. 4313. Room 1414 Medical & Dental Bldg., Georgia
and Hornby Streets.
-Vancouver.. .....Phone High; 5 ...Vancouver East.
/Hastings to Hammond.
[Coquitlam to Fraser Mills.
DR. H. H. PLANCHE, 4107 Albert Street
DR. R. V. McCARLEY, 84 Lonsdale Avenue North Vancouver .Phone North 33 North Vancouver.
DR. W. H. SUTHERLAND Vancouver   ...Phone Sey. 21 I I Hotel Vancouver.
DR. R. G. LANGSTON. ...Coquitlam...
DRS. W. A. CLARKE & D. A. CLARK New Westminster.; Westminster.
DR. W. H. MclNTYRE Mission... Haney to Deroche.
DR. J. McDIARMID ...Abbotsford... Mission Subdivision.
DR. P. S. McCAFFREY _........ Agassiz       Harrison Mills to Chaumox.
DR. J. WHITBREAD, Hope ...^ .':: Juliet to Petain.
DR. J. P, ELLIS._ Lytton   % Keefers to Drynoch.
DR. R. GIBSON Ashcroft.........     Spence's Bridge to Semlin.
DRS. IRVING, WALLACE & IRELAND Kamloops  Semlin to Chase.
DRS. BEECH & BEECH _ Salmon Arm   Chase to Sicamous.
DR. 0. MORRIS __ Vernon __     Sicamous to Okanagan Landing.
DR. J. A. SHOTTON Armstrong Realm to Mara.
DR. W. J. KNOX 1 Kelowna.... Kelowna.
DRS. N. W. STRONG & A. L. JONES Revelstoke.^    Solsqua to Rogers and Arrow Lake Subdivision.
DR. H. F. TYERMAN Nakusp Nakusp to Summit Lake.
DR. P. EWERT	
DR. G. A. CHEESEMAN Field 	
DRS. R. B. WHITE & G. C. PAINE Penticton..
n«M«r. /Rogers to Glenogle.
uo,aen  \Spillimacheen to Golden.
/Lois to Thirsk.
"iPenticton to Haynes.
. DR. W. WOOD Greenwood        Eholt to Carmi.
DR. R. J. WRIDE........ Princeton _ _ Osprey Lake to Spearing.
DRS. J. J. & A. F. GILLIS... __ Merritt _ Spence's Bridge to Brookmere.
DRS. C. M. KINGSTON & W. TRUAX.. Grand Forks..... Farron to Fisherman.
DRS. J. B. THOM & W. A. COGHLIN ..\                  Trai| Castleaar to Trail
DR. M. R. BASTED / Trai1  Castlegar to Trail.
DR. E. E.TOPLIFF.	
DR. A. FRANCIS	
..Rossland    Tiger to Rossland.
..New Denver Summit Lake to Sandon and Slocan Lake Ports.
I Tye to Farron.
DRS. J. H. BENNETT & J. P. GUSSIN   Nelson 4 South Slocan to Slocan City.
{^Kootenay Lake Steamers.
^Qblft /Kaslo to Parapet
 Kas,° < \Procter to Trout Lake.
 Creston    Goatfell to Kootenay Landing.
DR. D. J. BARCLAY	
DR. G. B. HENDERSON..
DRS. GREEN & McKINNON....\ Cranbrook
DR. H. A. CHRISTIE / L-ranorooK..
fJaffray to Yahk.
.A Yahk to Kingsgate.
(Colvalli to Canalflat.
DRS. J. F. HASZARD & D. W. DAVIS Kimberley. _ North Star to Kimberley.
DR. F. E. COY __ ...... p...:. Invermere Columbia Lake to Brisco.
DRS. D. CORSAN & B.ASSELSTINE Fernie. Galloway to Sparwood.
DRS. J. H. BLAIR & G. F. YOUNG.... Michel _jk Natal to Crowsnest.
 TIME
TABLE No.
70, APRIL
28th
1935
INSTRUCTIONS GOVERNING   MOUNTAIN  SUBDIVISION
WESTBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
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SUBDIVISION
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EASTBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
FOURTH
CLASS
3
The
Dominion
Psgr.
1 Daily
13
The
Mountaineer
Psgr.
1 Daily
1
Vancouver
Psgr.
I Daily
4
The
Dominion
Psgr.
a Daily
14
The
Mountaineer
Psgr.
a Daily
2
Montreal
Psgr.
a Daily
80
Freight
a Daily
82
Freight
a Dally
84
Freight
a Daily
86
Freight
a Daily
STATIONS
When class S-2 or R-3 engines used for assisting, trains must not exceed a speed of
thirty miles per hour.
Automatic block signals control movements in both directions through Connaught
Tunnel.   AH signals governing movement through the tunnel are absolute, as indicated
by square end blade and vertical marker lights, and when in stop position must not
be passed without train order authority.   Signal poles are located at the left in the
. direction of current traffic.   The arm is displayed to the right of the pole as seen from
train approaching in the direction which it governs. Rule 99 will not be operative
between absolute signals governing movement through Connaught Tunnel.
Passenger trains must not exceed a speed of thirty five miles per hour at any point
between Field and Golden, Donald and Stoney Creek, and between Glacier and
Revelstoke.
On sharp curves, not governed by slow boards, trains must not exceed a speed of
twenty five miles per hour.  Unless otherwise directed, speed must be reduced to fifteen
miles per hour where slow boards are located.
In addition to other speed restrictions, freight trains descending grades of two per
cent or over, between Leanchoil and Cloister, Rogers and Stoney Creek, and between
Glacier and Albert Canyon, must not exceed a speed of one mile in three minutes
at any point.   See Rule 1 1 in Timetable Special Instructions, page 15.
First-class trains must not exceed a speed of thirty miles per hour at any point
through Connaught Tunnel and twenty miles per hour through Laurie Tunnel.
Trains must not exceed a speed of ten miles per hour around curve at mileage 76.5.
The following instructions govern  westbound  movements at  Revelstoke  over the
electrically operated switch:
The top arm of the two arm signal east of the switch will govern westbound trains over
main line route.   The bottom arm of same signal is a route signal and will govern trains
to the yard.   It will also govern trains to the main line providing the main line is occupied
by another train.
The above also applies to the eastbound signal at the electrically operated switch at
Glacier.
The following automatic block signals are also station protection signals: Signals numbers 631 and 882.   These are located at mileage 63.1 and 88.1.
Train crews on westbound trains arriving Field will be held responsible for throwing
East main track switch at Field for some track other than the track occupied by westbound passenger trains.
When passenger trains meet at Golden, south passing track west of station will be
used.
At Sturdee all eastbound and at Glenogle and Fiat Creek all westbound freight trains
must stop and make thermal test in accordance with Rule 27c of the Rules for the
Operation and Inspection of Air Brakes.
Eastbound trains may leave Connaught without a terminal clearance.
Eastbound freight trains must stop at Beavermouth for inspection.
Westbound freight trains must stop at Albert Canyon for inspection.
§ No. 13 will stop on signal at Golden to allow passengers for Kamloops and west
to entrain.
§ No. 14 will stop on signal at Golden to allow passengers from Kamloops and west
to detrain.
Enginemen must have headlight lighted and engine bell ringing when passing through
Laurie Tunnel, Connaught Tunnel and all dark snow-sheds.
Double track extends between Connaught and Mileage 86.9.  TRAINS MUST KEEP
TO THE LEFT.
See "Regulations for Operating Freight and Ore Trains on grades of two per cent or
over," page 15.
To comply with Rule 99, flagman must go out: II telegraph poles instead of 10 to equal
500 yards; 27 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards; 40 telegraph poles
instead of 36 to equal 1800 yards.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide manual flagging protection as per Rules
49 and 50—Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions.
12.50
13.00
13.09
f 13.19
f 13.29
13.41
11.50
12.00
12.09
12.19
12.30
12.42
3.15
3.24
3.33
3.42
3.51
4.03
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10.29
10.19
10.09
9.59
9.43
13.15
13.00
12.50
12.40
12.30
12.15
18.40
18.24
18.14
f 18.04
f  17.53
17.36
8.30
8.10
7.55
7.40
7.25
7.00
15.10
14.50
14.35
14.23
14.10
13.41
22.25
22.05
21.49
21.37
21.25
21.00
3.50
3.24
3.05
2.50
2.35
2.10
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4.3
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5.5
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12.54
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13.28
13.40
13.48
4.15
4.25
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4.47
4.58
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9.15
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12.00
11.47
§  M.35
11.20
11.08
10.59
17.21
17.07
s 16.55
16.38
16.24
16.17
6.40
6.20
6.05
5.35
5.20
5.06
12.54
12.30
12.15
11.50
11.36
11.27
20.40
20.20
20.05
19.35
19.20
19.10
1.50
1.30
1.15
24.45
24.30
24.20
3.9
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3.3
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Jet. Lake Windermere S. D.
6.5
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6.0
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4.0
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15.00
s 15.18
fl5.35
15.46
15.56
16.00
14.00
14.20
14.35
14.45
14.55
15.01
5.18
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5.50
6.00
6.10
6.14
56.7
63.0
67.8
70.4
73.4
74.7
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61
131
81
72
51
40
8.21
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7.54
7.48
7.42
7.39
10.47
10.32
10.20
10.14
10.08
10.04
16.05
s 15.50
fl5.35
15.24
15.18
15.14
4.45
4.25
4.05
3.55
3.45
3.32
11.12
10.52
10.20
10.00
9.50
9.37
18.55
18.35
18.15
18.05
17.55
17.42
24.05
23.45
23.25
23.15
23.05
22.52
6.3
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4.8
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2.6
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3.0
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1.3
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16.06
16.12
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15.10
15.16
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6.19
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76.8
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15.10
15.05
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3.25
3.15
2.55
9.30
9.20
9.00
17.35
17.25
17.05
22.45
22.35
22.15
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16.42
16.51
17.02
17.10
s 17.22
15.46
15.56
16.09
16.17
16.29
6.55
7.03
7.13
7.21
f 7.27
89.7
93.2
98.2
102.2
104.9
T
T
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ROSS PEAK 	
137
106
101
61
97
6.55
6.45
6.31
6.19
6.10
9.22
9.10
8.56
8.42
8.27
14.30
14.18
14.03
13.51
s 13.38
2.30
2.15
1.55
1.35
1.20
8.40
8.25
8.05
7.45
7.27
16.42
15.56
15.30
15.10
14.55
21.50
21.35
21.15
20.55
20.40
3.5
FLAT CREEK	
5.0
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4.0
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2.7
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17.33
f 17.43
f 17.53
1.8.10
16.40
16.51
17.01
17.15
7.37
7.47
7.56
8.15
MO.I
115.1
119.5
125.7
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LAURETTA
85
73
89
5.56
5.46
5.36
5.20
8.16
8.06
7.56
7.40
13.24
f  13.12
f 13.01
12.45
1.00
24.45
24.30
24.05
6.50
6.30
6.10
5.45
14.20
14.05
13.45
13.15
20.10
19.55
19.40
19.10
5.0
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4.4
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6.2
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B U
B Y
a Daily
3
a Daily
13
a Daily
1
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l Daily
4
l Daily
14
l Daily
2
l Daily
i    80
l Daily
82
l Daily
84
l Daily
86
Stock F
Coast F
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No. 9£
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to leave
to leave
Field _  	
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 TIME TABLE No.  70, APRIL 28th,   1935
WESTBOUND TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
CN193
Mixed
I Daily
ex. Sun.
22.22
22.44
CNI93
Psgr.
I Daily
13
Psgr.
I Daily
18.25      17.30
Psgr.
I Daily
8.30
18.50
f 19.03
f 19.23
f 19.32
f 19.41
f 19.53
f 20.00
20.10
20.20
20.31
20.36
f 20.45
s 21.00
21.15
21.35
s 21.55
22.05
22.13
22.21
f 22.25
22.29
22.36
22.48
23.07
23.17
23.40
a Daily
3
17.53
18.05
18.25
18.33
18.41
18.51
18.57
5 19.10
19.19
19.26
19.35
19.49
20.04
20.21
20.38
20.48
20.56
21.04
21.09
21.13
21.21
21.33
21.47
21.58
22.20
a Daily
13
8.52
9.03
9.21
9.29
9.37
9.46
9.53
8 10.00
10.07
10.20
10.28
s 10.37
s 10.51
fI 1.05
f 11.21
s 11.38
f 11.48
f 11.56
12.03
s 12.08
f 12.13
12.21
s 12.32
s 12.47
12.57
13.20
8.5
14.6
24.2
28.3
32.6
37.5
41.1
44.7
49.6
52.5
57.3
63.4
70.6
75.3
79.8
83.9
87.8
91.6
93.7
95.6
99.3
104.6
III.6
117.2
128.8
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SHUSWAP
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
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Mileage 1.7
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6.1
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3.6
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3.6
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Jet. Okanagan S.D.
-4.9-
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2.9
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4.8
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6.1
SALMON ARM Z|
7.2
Z  TAPPEN YW|
4.7
„.CARLIN
•4.5-
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4.1
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3.9
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3.8
STORMONT..
2.1
Z • CHASE ZYW
1.9
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5.3
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B O
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EASTBOUND TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
Psgr.
a Daily
5.05
Psgr.
a Daily
. 2
Montreal
Psgr.
a Daily
7.25       12.30
4.44
4.28
4.00
3.52
3.44
3.35
3.28
3.20
s   3.10
2.59
2.52
2.44
s 2.31
2.16
2.05
1.55
1.38
1.25
1.15
f I.II
1.07
1.00
24.50
24.37
24.29
24.10
l Daily
4
7.05
6.53
6.33
6.25
6.17
6.09
6.02
5.55
5.40
5.33
5.24
5.12
4.58
4.49
4.40
4.23
4.11
4.02
3.58
3.54
3.46
3.36
3.23
3.14
2.55
l Daily
14
12.09
f 11.52
f  11.25
f 11.16
f 11.07
f  10.55
f 10.48
10.40
s 10.30
10.20
10.13
s 10.03
s 9.50
f 9.34
f   9.24
s 9.13
f 8.53
f 8.41
8.32
s 8.26
f   8.18
8.12
8.01
s   7.47
7.39
7.20
{ Daily
2
CNI94
Mixed
a Daily
ex. Sun.
2.b4
2.35
CNI94
FOURTH CLASS
80
Freight
a Dally
10.20
9.55
9.35
9.05
8.50
8.35
8.20
8.10
8.00
7.30
7.20
7.05
6.50
6.30
6.15
6.00
5.28
5.08
4.53
4.45
4.38
4.28
4.15
4.00
3.40
3.15
l Daily
80
82
Freight
a Daily
1.30
11.05
10.50
10.21
10.12
10.00
9.46
9.33
9.25
l Daily
82
84
Freight
a Daily
14.45
14.20
14.05
13.35
13.20
13.05
12.50
12.40
12.30
12.05
11.55
11.40
11.25
11.05
10.40
10.20
9.50
9.30
9.16
9.10
9.03
8.53
8.40
8.25
8.10
7.40
l Daily
84
86
Freight
a Daily
20.00
19.35
19.20
18.50
18.33
18.15
18.00
17.50
17.40
17.15
17.05
16.50
16.35
16.20
16.05
15.50
15.25
15.05
14.50
14.42
14.35
14.25
14.12
13.57
13.45
13.20
l Daily
86
88
Freight
a Daily
1.05
24.45
24.15
24.00
23.45
23.30
23.20
23.10
22.45
22.35
22.20
22.05
21.50
21.35
21.15
20.48
20.20
20.00
19.52
19.45
19.35
19.22
19.07
18.55
18.30
i Dally
88
Coast Freight No. 951 due to leave Revelstoke...
Stock Freight No. 955 due to leave Revelstoke..
Seaboard Freight_...No. 952 due to leave Kamloops....
.  I .OC k, arrive Kamloops  8.25 k, daily.
. 8.50 k, arrive Kamloops. 15.00 k, Saturday.
.15.00 k, arrive Revelstoke....23.00 k, daily.
INSTRUCTIONS GOVERNING SHUSWAP
SUBDIVISION
When Class S-2 or R-3 engines used for assisting, trains
must not exceed a speed of thirty miles per hour at any
point.
Class S-2 engines must not exceed a speed of thirty miles
per hour at any point, and in addition must not exceed a
speed of twenty miles per hour between mileage I 10 and
Pritchard, on eastbound track, exercising special care on
sharp curves.
On sharp curves, not governed by slow boards, trains must
not exceed a speed of twenty five miles per hour. Unless
otherwise directed, speed will be reduced to fifteen miles
per hour where slow boards are located.
Passenger trains must not exceed a speed of one mile in
one minute forty two seconds at any point between Sicamous
and Salmon Arm, and between Tappen and Stormont
The following Automatic Block Signals are also Station
Protection Signals: Signals numbers 88, I 134, I 159,
1173, 1174, 1188, 1271 and 1279.
Canadian Pacific Railway rules and time table govern on
joint track between Kamloops and Campbell Creek.
Gauntlet track on Columbia River Bridge, mileage 1.7, fouls
four hundred feet each way from end of bridge.
The operation of trains over the gauntlet track on the Columbia
River Bridge will be governed by automatic two-position
upper quadrant signal and slow board located two thousand
. feet from signal. Ail trains must reduce speed passing
slow board prepared to stop at signal, and trains must not
pass this signal at "Stop" except under flag protection, unless
authorized to do so by train order. Telephones are located
on poles opposite signal masts both ends of bridge.
CN No. 193 may leave Campbell Creek without a terminal
clearance.
Eastbound trains may leave Pritchard without a terminal
clearance.
Trains must not exceed a speed of ten miles per hour over
McKenzie Avenue Crossing, west end of Revelstoke yard.
Freight trains must not exceed a speed of twenty five miles
per hour at any point descending grades between Chase
and Tappen and between Taft and Revelstoke.
Unless otherwise directed by Train Dispatcher passing tracks
west of Sicamous Station will be used for meeting or passing
trains.
See "Regulations for Operating Freight and Ore Trains on
Grades of two per cent or over," page 15.
Not less than thirty three per cent of air-brake retainers
must be used on double freight trains descending grades
Westbound, Three Valley to Taft and Notch Hill to Stormont
and Eastbound, Notch Hill to Tappen and Clanwiliiam to
Mileage 2.0.
No. 3 will stop on signal between Sicamous and Kamloops
to allow passengers from points East and South of Sicamous
to detrain.
Operator at Taft will register first-class trains except when
green signals are displayed by any section thereof, in which
case Conductor must register.
To comply with Rule 99, flagman must go out: II telegraph
poles instead of 10 to equal 500 yards; 27 telegraph poles
instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards; 40 telegraph poles
instead of 36 to equal 1800 yards.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide manual flagging
protection as per Rules 49 and 50—Maintenance of Way
Rules and Instructions.
 TIME TABLE
No.  70, APRIL 28th,   1935
NORTHBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
1
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ii
OKANAGAN
SUBDIVISION
<3
1
f £
"I
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<3£
SOUTHBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NORTHBOUND   TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
u
E
e
1
i
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s
LAKE WINDERMERE
SUBDIVISION
o
4
if
SOUTHBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR   DIRECTION
FOURTH
CLASS
SECOND CLASS
SECOND CLASS
SECOND CLASS
SECOND CLASS
79
Freight
I Deity
ex. Mon.
CNI93
Mixed
I Daily
ex. Sun.
707
Okanagan
Local
Mixed
I Daily
ex. Sun.
CNI94
Mixed
a Daily
ex. Sun.
708
Okanagan
Local
Mixed
a Daily
ex. Sun.
829
Cranbrook-
Golden
Local
Mixed
I Tues.
831
Cranbrook-
Golden
Local
Mixed
I Wed.
830
Qolden-
Cranbrook
Local
Mixed
a Thurs.
832
Golden-
Cranbrook
Local
Mixed
a Wed.
STATIONS
STATIONS
15.45
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14.45
10.30
s 10.55
f  11.15
.0
9.0
15.4
19.8
23.0
29.9
35.3
46.3
52.6
55.2
64.1
68.8
73.2
77.1
83.3
88.3
92.8
101.4
107.1
112.1
117.9
125.6
132.6
143.7
151.5
162.1
166.7
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42
58
44
14.45
f  14.10
f  13.40
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9.0
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100
6.4
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7.00
7.20
7.30
7.40
19.25
19.45
19.56
20.05
s 17.15
18.00
f  18.20
f  18.30
s 18.40
f  18.53
46.2
38.2
34.2
31.8
26.8
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8.0
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32
100
6.50
6.25
6.14
6.05
13.15
s 12.40
f  12.20
f 12.09
s 12.00
f  11.47
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s 11.50
f  12.10
s 12.30
s 13.00
f  13.20
44
42
40
44
60
s 13.10
f  12.30
s 12.10
s 11.40
f  11.10
6.9
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4.0
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5.4
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2.4
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Jet. C. N. Ry.
M S
11.0
SKOOKUMCHUCK	
• STEPNEY...	
6.3
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8.00
8.15
8.25
8.45
9.00
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11
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s 19.03
s 19.15
s 19.27
19.46
20.00
23.0
17.3
12.6
4.2
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5.7
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47
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1   H
1   1
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s 11.26
s 11.15
10.55
10.45
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s 14.20
f 14.50
8.9
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4.7
COLUMBIA LAKE
60
35
8 10.10
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8.4
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4.4
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3.9
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D N
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s 15.30
f  16.00
f  16.30
17.10
49
26
44
67
58
65
63
63
64
63
63
67
23
8   8.50
f   8.30
f   8.15
8.00
ex. Mon.
79
a Dally
ex. Sun.
CN 193
ex. Sun.
707
•No passing track
{ Daily
ex. Sun.
CNI94
l Daily
ex. Sun.
708
6.2
RUSHMERE...	
5.0
 GOLDIE CREEK	
Canadian National Railway rules and time table govern on joint track between
Vernon and Kelowna.
Canadian Pacific Railway rules and time table govern on joint track between
Vernon and Armstrong.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as
per Rules 51 and 52—Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions.   Train and
Enginemen affected will see that requirements of Rule 52-B are complied with.
8.00
s   8.25
s   8.45
f   9.05
s   9.25
s   9.50
s 10.15
s 10.50
s 11.15
s 11.50
12.20
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8.6
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19.00
8 18.20
s 18.00
f 17.40
s 17.20
s 16.50
s 16.25
s 15.50
8 15.25
s 14.55
14.40
5.7
  EDGEWATER Y
5.0
LUXOR    	
5.8
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NORTHBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
|
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ARROW  LAKE
SUBDIVISION
o
1
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SOUTHBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
7.7
..  .  . SPILLIMACHEEN W
7.0
  HARROGATE...	
SECOND CLASS
SECOND CLASS
II.1
Z PARSON. W
7.8
McMURDO..	
801
Arrowhead
Local
Mixed
I Wed. Sat.
802
Arrowhead
Local
Mixed
a Wed. Sat.
STATIONS
10.6
NICHOLSON
D N
4.6
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11.00
8   11.15
27.5
24.1
19.5
17.0
9.8
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40
10.15
S   10.02
• -
3.4
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a Tues.
829
a Wed.
831
•No passing track
l Thurs.
830
l Wed.
832
4.6
z* ZW
2.5
 WIGWAM	
Class N-2 or  heavier engines must not be moved  over the following  bridges without special authority from the
Superintendent:
Bridge 46.56—Skookumchuck.
Bridge 59.73—Findlay Creek.
Bridge 75.56—Dutch Creek.
f 11.40
f  12.05
12.35
17
25
f   9.30
f   9.05
8.35
7.2
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D N
9.8
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B  Y
a Wed. Sat.
801
•No passing track
l Wed. Sat.
802
On sharp curves not governed by slow boards, trains must not exceed a speed of twenty-five miles per hour.
Unless otherwise directed, speed must be reduced to fifteen miles per hour where slow boards are located.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Rules 51 and 52—Maintenance of
Way Rules and Instructions.   Train and Enginemen affected will see that requirements of Rule 52-B are complied with.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Rules 51 and 52—Maintenance of
Way Rules and Instructions.   Train and Enginemen affected will see that requirements of Rule 52-B are complied with.
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TIME
TABLE
No.
70
, APRIL 28th,
935
WESTBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
E
E
S
1
ij
11
THOMPSON
SUBDIVISION
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EASTBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NORTHBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
I
1
1
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MISSION
SUBDIVISION
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1*2
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J. 1
OCL
SOUTHBOUND   TRAINS
SUPERIOR   DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
F0URTI-
CLASS
SECOND
CLASS
SECOND
CLASS
3
The
Dominion
Psgr.
1 Daily
13
The
Mountaineer
Psgr.
1 Daily
1
Vancouver
Psgr.
1 Dally
2
Montreal
Psgr.
a Daily
4
The
Dominion
Psgr.
a Daily
14
The
Mountaineer
Psgr.
a Daily
92
Freight
a Daily
94
Freight
a Dally
96
Freight
a Daily
98
Freight
a Daily
809
Seattle
Local
Mixed
I Daily
ex. Sun.
810
Seattle
Local
Mixed
a Daily
ex. Sun.
STATIONS
STATIONS
	
23.55
24.12
22.30
22.46
13.30
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8.6
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7.05
f   6.47
24.00
23.41
2.40
2.22
9.00
8.40
13.00
12.40
19.15
18.55
2.25
2.05
13.45
s 14.00
14.30
f 14.40
f  14.45
14.55
10.1
6.7
4.0
2.2
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3.4
ABBOTSFORD
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56
36
13
12.30
12.15
s 11.40
f 11.30
f  11.25
11.15
2.7
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24.27
24.38
f 24.49
1.02
23.59
23.12
23.24
23.36
f  14.02
14.12
s 14.24
s 14.37
14.6
19.7
25.2
32.0
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5.1
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5.1
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60
68
64
50
f   6.32
6.20
s   6.08
s   5.51
23.24
23.12
f 23.00
22.43
2.07
1.54
1.41
1.27
8.20
8.05
7.50
7.35
12.20
12.05
11.50
11.35
18.35
18.20
18.05
17.50
1.46
1.32
1.1.8
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1.8
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2.2
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a Dally
ex. Sun.
809
•No passing track
l Daily
ex. Sun.
810
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4.
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1.17
1.26
s    1.39
1.55
2.04
2.15
s   2.28
23.46
23.54
24.06
24.22
24.36
24.49
1.04
f  14.45
14.52
s 15.06
f  15.23
f  15.32
f  15.44
SI5.58
37.3
41.4
47.3
55.9
60.9
67.3
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66
66
72
62
61
61
45
f   5.39
5.31
s   5.19
f   5.00
f   4.51
f   4.39
s   4.28
22.34
22.27
s 22.14
21.56
21.47
21.35
s 21.24
1.17
1.11
1.01
24.45
24.36
24.24
24.14
7.15
7.05
6.50
6.30
6.20
6.05
5.50
11.15
11.05
10.50
10.30
10.20
10.05
9.45
17.30
17.20
17.05
16.45
16.35
16.20
15.58
24.30
24.20
24.06
23.30
23.20
23.05
22.45
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Northbound trains will sound six long whistles at Matsqui to give  Drawbridge Operator, mileage 0.8
sufficient time to clear traffic off bridge before arrival of train.
Railway crossing at grade C. N. Ry. mileage 1.5. Interlocked.
Railway crossing at grade B. C. E. Ry. mileage 4.0. Interlocked.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Rules 51 and 52—
Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions.   Train and Enginemen affected will see that requirements of
Rule 52-B are complied with.
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2.42
2.54
3.03
s   3.13
3.27
3.42
1.18
1.30
1.40
1.51
2.01
2.12
f  16.13
f  16.26
f  16.36
s 16.49
17.00
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79.3
85.6
90.1
94.9
99.6
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61
69
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78
f   4.12
f   3.59
f   3.49
s   3.39
3.27
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21.08
20.55
20.45
s 20.35
20.22
20.12
23.59
23.47
23.37
23.27
23.16
23.05
5.23
5.08
4.58
4.43
4.30
4.18
9.15
9.00
8.50
8.35
8.22
8.10
15.15
15.00
14.50
14.35
*I4.22
14.10
22.15
22.00
21.50
21.35
21.22
21.10
INSTRUCTIONS GOVERNING THOMPSON SUBDIVISION
Trains must not exceed a speed of thirty miles per hour at any point between Keefers and Cisco and
between Tranquille and mileage 15.5.
Westbound trains may leave Tranquille without a terminal clearance.
Trains must not exceed a speed of fifteen miles per hour at mileage 53.7 and mileage 54.0, and ten mtles
per hour passing Drynoch slide, mileage 77.8 and between mileage 102.5 and 102.7.
The following Automatic Block Signals are also Station Protection Signals : Signals numbers 717, 752,
925,970, 1120 and 1195.
All eastbound trains except first class trains, will register at Walhachin.
Operator at Spence's Bridge will register No 14 except when green signals are displayed by any section
thereof, in which case conductor must register.
To comply with Rule 99, between Lytton and Drynoch, flagman must go out: 14 telegraph poles instead
of 10 to equal 500 yards; 30 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards; 47 telegraph poles instead
of 36 to equal 1800 yards.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide manual flagging protection as per Rules 49 and 50—
Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions.
Coast Freight No. 951 due to leave Kamloops....   9.30 k, arrive North Bend 16.15 k, daily.
Stock Freight No. 955 due to leave Kamloops.... 15.30 k, arrive North Bend 21.00 k, Saturday.
Seaboard Freight. No. 952 due to leave North Bend 8.00 k, arrive Kamloops.... 14.00 k, daily.
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3.58
4.12
4.25
2.28
2.45
3.05
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f  17.42
17.55
110.8
116.5
121.5
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59
61
f   2.59
f 2.45
2.30
19.56
19.42
19.30
22.49
22.36
22.25
3.58
3.30
3.15
7.50
7.35
7.15
13.50
13.35
13.15
20.50
20.35
20.15
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3
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a Dally
3
a Daily
13
a Daily
1
• No passing track
{ Dally
2
I Dally
4
l Daily
14
l Daily
92
l Dally
94
J Dally
96
l Dally
98
NORTHBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
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SUBDIVISION
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SOUTHBOUND   TRAINS
SUPERIOR   DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
SECOND  CLASS
819
Royal
City
Local
Mixed
I Daily
817
Royal
City
Local
Mixed
I Dally
815
Royal
City
Local
Mixed
I Dally
813
Royal
City
Local
Mixed
I Daily
811
Royal
City
Local
Mixed
I Daily
812
Royal
City
Local
Mixed
a Dally
820
Royal
City
Local
Mixed
a Daily
STATIONS
INSTRUCTIONS GOVERNING WESTMINSTER SUBDIVISION
Trains must not exceed a speed of thirty miles per hour at any point.
Railway crossing at grade G. N. Ry.   mileage 6.4 is protected  by semi-automatic interlocking plant.
These signals work automatically on the approach of trains, providing there is no train using the diamond
from the G. N. Ry. and signals must not be passed when showing a "Stop" indication except when
preceded by a flagman over the diamond.
Railway crossing at grade G. N. Ry. mileage 6.9 interlocked.
No. 81 1 may leave Westminster without terminal clearance.
No. 812 will wait at Coquitlam until No. 811 has arrived.
No. 820 will wait at Coquitlam until No. 819 has arrived.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Rules 51 and 52—
21.30
f 21.35
f 21.40
f 21.48
21.55
18.20
f  18.25
f 18.40
f  18.48
18.55
14.20
f  14.25
f  14.40
f  14.55
15.10
9.10
f    9.15
f    9.20
f   9.28
9.35
7.45
f 7.50
f 7.55
f   8.03
8.10
8.4
6.7
4.9
2.1
.0
D
D
D N
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NSTER... ZK
RTON    	
MS
S  F
J  N
88
8.55
f 8.50
f 8.45
f   8.37
8.30
22.30
f 22.25
f 22.20
f 22.12
22.05
1.7
*           SAPPE
1.8
Z FRASER MILLS. Z
2.8
• ESSONDALE	
2.1
Z .. COQUITLAM YWK
a Daily
819
a Daily
817
a Daily
815
a Daily
813
a Daily
811
•No passing track
l Dally
812
I Daily
820
Rule 52-B are complied with.
 *
TIME TABLE No.  70, APRIL 28th,   1935
WESTBOUND TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
z
1
1
=•1
CASCADE
SUBDIVISION
1
1"?
ft
EASTBOUND TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
1
FOURTH CLASS
SECOND
CLASS
FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
SECOND
CLASS
85
Freight
I Dally
83
Freight
I Daily
81
Freight
I Dally
809
Mixed
I Dally
ex. Sun.
Vancouver
Psgr.
1 Dally
1 1
Kootenay
Express
Psgr.
1 Daily
3
The
Dominion
Psgr.
1 Daily
13
The
Mountaineer
Psgr.
1 Daily
4
The
Dominion
Psgr.
a Daily
14
The
Mountaineer
Psgr.
a Daily
12
Kettle
Valley
Express
Psgr.
a Daily
2
Montreal
Psgr.
a Dally
810
Mixed
a Dally
ex. Sun.
\
STATIONS
\
INSTRUCTIONS GOVERNING
CASCADE SUBDIVISION
Trains must not exceed a speed of twenty miles per hour at
any point between mileage 19.2 and 19.6.
Between Yale and Vancouver Special  Instruction "K" is
amended to read: "Freight and mixed trains are limited to a
speed of thirty five miles per hour and are not to make any
one mile in less than one minute and thirty seconds."
Trains must not exceed a speed of thirty miles per hour at
any point between Yale and North Bend.
The following Automatic Block Signals are also Station Protection Signals: Signals numbers 18, 137, 180,257,292,
463 and 498.
§ No. 1 will stop on signal at Katz, Ruskin, Haney, Hammond
and Port Moody to allow revenue passengers from points
east of Haig to detrain.
§ No. 3 will stop on signal at Harrison Mills, Haney, Hammond and Port Moody to allow revenue passengers from
points east of Kamloops to detrain.
§ No. 4 will stop on signal at Haney to allow revenue
passengers for Calgary and East to entrain.
Operator at Petain will register all  trains.
Operator at  Ruby  Creek will  register  first class trains
except when green signals are displayed by any section
thereof, in which case conductor must register.
Operator at Mission will register No. 14 except when green
signals are displayed by any section thereof, in which case
conductor must register.
To comply with Rule 99, between mileage 4.0 and 27.0
and between Harrison Mills and mileage 78.0 flagman must
go out: 14 telegraph poles instead of 10 to equal 500 yards;
30 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal  1200 yards;
47 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1800 yards.
Drawbridge Harrison River mileage 68.3 interlocked.
Drawbridge Pitt River mileage 109.7 interlocked.
Railway crossing at grade G. N. Ry. mileage 127.7 interlocked.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide manual flagging
protection as per Rules 49 and 50—Maintenance of Way
Rules and Instructions.
22.15
22.30
22.55
23.05
23.25
14.00
14.15
14.40
14.50
15.10
6.00
6.15
6.40
6.50
7.10
18.05
f  18.19
f 18.41
18.55
s 19.14
tn
1
4.35
4.50
5.12
5.23
f   5.41
3.15
3.31
3.53
4.05
4.25
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6.1
15.5
20.1
27.1
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6.1
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B
61
64
54
73
19.20
19.04
18.41
18.29
f  18.13
22.15
22.00
21.39
21.28
21.12
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2.20
f   2.04
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1.29
s    1.13
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7.0
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6 9
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J
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23.40
23.55
23.59
24.07
15.25
15.40
15.44
15.52
7.25
7.40
7.44
7.52
f  19.26
s 19.36
19.39
§ 19.44
f   5.53
6.04
6.07
6.12
4.37
4.48
4.51
4.58
34.0
40.1
41.7
44.7
N
.. ..CHOATE	
61
54
63
f 17.54
17.41
17.38
17.32
21.01
20.51
20.49
20.44
f 24.53
f 24.39
24.35
f 24.29
6.1
 HAIG	
1.6
PETAIN	
J
6.55
f   7.01
22.45
f 22.30
Jet. Coqulhalla S. D.
3.0
.   KATZ	
24.15
16.00
8.00
f  19.52
s   7.07
7.17
f   7.26
s   7.37
s   7.55
s   8.09
f   8.12
s   8.20
s   8.26
s   8.34
6.20
5.06
48.0
53.4
58.9
68.1
75.4
76.7
81.5
84.4
87.3
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•-.
•-
RUBY CREEK YXWCR
5.4
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R Y
s 17.25
20.38
22.17
s 22.02
f 21.51
8 21.40
f 21.19
8 21.03
f 20.59
s 20.48
s 20.40
8 20.31
s 24.21
s 20.12
20.30
s   6.40
§   6.57
7.11
5.28
5.46
5.5
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9.2
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7.3
... . .DEROCHE	
G S
151
123
s 17.05
s 16.45
16.32
16.30
16.22
16.16
s 16.10
20.21
20.08
s 23.58
f 23.36
20.44
6.02
1.3
.._ NICOMEN.__ X
4.8
 DEWDNEY	
2.9
 HATZIC	
2.9
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Jet. Mission S. D.
R A
142
138
19.56
23.21
f 23.12
f 23.04
s 22.55
s 21.04
s   7.31
6.26
19.42
15.25
10.30
f 15.36
s 15.40
f 15.47
f 15.54
s 16.03
s 16.12
f 16.17
s 16.40
f   8.44
s   8.48
s   8.53
s   9.00
s   9.07
s   9.14
s   9.20
s   9.34
92.0
93.8
96.3
99.7
102.8
105.1
107.3
112.5
D
D
D
D N
•..
Z..
•..
•--
z..
•..
•..
z_
SILVERDALE..._	
s 20.16
s 20.12
s 20.05
s 19.57
s 19.50
s 19.43
s 19.37
s 19.26
f 10.20
s 10.15
f 10.00
f   9.50
s   9.40
s   9.30
f   9.05
s   8.55
§ 21.14
7.42
6.37
1.8
 RUSKIN X
2.5
.. WHONNOCK	
3.4
ALBION	
R U
80
15.56
19.32
f 22.40
s
§ 21.28
§ 21.32
§   7.57
§   8.01
6.55
6.59
3.1
.._ HANEY... X
2.3
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2.2
.._PITT MEADOWS _.Z
5.2
COQUITLAM.  ZYXWK
Jet. Westminster S. D.
H Y
MD
J  N
71
§ 15.42
15.36
s 15.22
19.20
19.17
s 19.06
f 22.26
f 22.20
-
s 21.50
s   8.20
s   7.19
s 22.07
f 16.53
f 17.02
§ 21.58
22.05
s   9.42
f   9.49
§   8.28
8.35
7.28
7.35
116.5
119.9
125.3
128.0
129.0
D
D N
•..
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•..
7
...PORT MOODY X
3.4
BARNET
MO
98
15.12
15.05
18.56
18.50
s 19.16
f 19.10
f 21.56
21.50
s   8.35
f   8.25
5.4
 HASTINGS X
2.7
..._HEATLEYAVE._	
1.0
 VANCOUVER K
-
17.24
17.30
22.24
22.30
10.09
10.15
8.54
9.00
7.54
8.00
18.55
18.50
V D
14.45
18.30
21.30
8.00
v
a Daily
85
a Dally
83
a Daily
81
a Dally
ex. Sun.
809
a Daily
1
a Daily
1 1
a Daily
3
a Daily
13
•No passing track
l Daily
4
l Daily
14
l Daily
12
I Daily
2
l Dally
ex. Sun.
810
Coast Freight No. 951 due to
Stock Freight No. 955 due to
Seaboard Freight...No. 952 due to
leave North Bend
  17.15 k
arrive Coquitlam 23.45 k, daily.
t. arrive Coauitlam 2.40 k. Sunday.
leave North Bend	
21.30 k.
Saturday
leave Coquitlam
24.30 k  arrive North Bend 7.00 k, daily.
7
1
 TIME TABLE
No.  70, APRIL 28th,
1935
fl j
WESTBOUND TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
1
*
2
o
|
1
i
o
JS
CRANBROOK
SUBDIVISION
*
-
~ 11
UDl
EASTBOUND TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD CLASS
FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
THIRD   1
CLASS
FOURTH CLASS
830
Golden-
Cranbrook
Local
Mixed
I Thurs
824
Kimberley
Local
Mixed
I Daily
ex. Sun.
GN 227
Psgr.
1 Daily
ex. Sun.
11
Kootenay
Express
Psgr.
1 Daily
12     1
Kettle
Valley
Express
Psgr.
a Daily
GN 228
Psgr.
aDaily
ex. Sun.   1
829
Cranbrook-
Golden
Local
Mixed
a Tues.
72   1
Freigtn
a Daily
823
Kimberley
Local
Mixed
a Daily
ex. Sun.
74    |
Freight
a Daily
76
Freight
a Daily
STATIONS
24.50
1.01
s    1.05
s    1.20
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5.1
6.7
12.6
D N
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B U
14
32
78
12.45 '
12.25
f 12.11
8 11.46
14.05
13.40
13.30
12.50
21.40
21.15
21.05
20.30
5.30
5.05
4.55
4.20
5.1
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D
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1.6
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5.9
Z MICHEI  ZWR
V   1
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f    1.32
1.42
14.4
18.1
23.5
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33
56
63
8 11.36
f  11.25
11.09
1
1
CO
1
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12.15
12.00
11.38
20.00
19.45
19.30
3.55
3.40
3.25
3.7
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5.4
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f    1.51
s   2.05
2.10
28.4
35.9
38.4
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75
54
64
s 10.56
slO.38
10.28
11.20
10.38
10.00
	
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18.50
18.20
3.10
2.45
2.10
10.45
10.50
D N
IE
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7.5
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2.5
„ COKATO	
21.35
21.29
11.01
11.09
11.20
f   2.21
2.29
s   2.40
f   2.49
44.3
48.4
54.1
58.8
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4.1
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51
42
63
65
f 10.16
10.08
s   9.56
f   9.40
21.16
21.07
20.55
9.45
9.30
9.15
8.35
18.05
17.50
17.35
16.50
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1.35
1.20
24.40
5.7
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v             Jet. G.N. Ry.
4.7
 CAITHNESS	
o 9
f   2.54
f   3.03
f   3.11
3.14
s   3.23
61.7
67.0
71.2
72.6
77.1
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37
53
42
40
65
f   9.34
s   9.20
f   9.11
9.06
8   8.57
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8.10
7.55
7.50
7.30
	
16.35
16.15
15.55
15.50
15.30
24.30
24.10
23.55
23.50
23.30
-
5.3
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15.10
15.15
815.30
1
tn
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5
1
1
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£
4.2
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Jet. Lake Windermere S.D.
1.4
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10.05
9.57
s   9.43
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4.5
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WA
.15.40
s 15.50
8 16.00
16.11
16.20
16.25
3.30
f   3.38
f   3.46
3.57
4.05
4.10
80.5
84.6
89.1
94.2
98.1
99.0
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.. TOKAY...	
44
63
44
44
8.49
f   8.40
f   8.31
8.20
9.33
s 9.23
s   9.12
9.00
7.18
7.07
6.55
6.42
15.17
15.07
14.55
14.40
23.17
23.07
22.55
22.42
4.1
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4.5
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5.1
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16.35
16.45
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k      NORTH STAR
10.25
10.20
Jet. Kimberley S.D.
0.9
 CRANBROOK K
C K
8.10
8.50
6.30
14.30
22.30
a Thurs.
830
a Dally
•x. Sun.
824
a Daily
ex. Sun.
GN 227
a Dally
1 1
•No Passing Track
1   I Daily
1     12
I Daily
ex. Sun.
GN 228
l Tues.
1   829
1   I Dally
72
l Daily
ex. Sun.
823
I Daily
74
l Daily
76
Westbound freight trains must not exceed a speed of one mile in two minutes and thirty seconds at any point between Crowsn
Michel.
Trains must not exceed a speed of one mile in three minutes at any point between permanent slow board and west portal
tunnel mileage 4.8.
Colvalli is registering point for Nos. 11, 12, 829 and 830 only.
Operator at Michel will register first class trains except when green signals are displayed by any section thereof, in which case Co
must register.
Operator at Wardner will register first class trains except when green signals are displayed by any section thereof, in whi
Conductor must reaister.
est and         Enginemen must have headlight lighted and engine bell ringing when passing through Loop tunnel mileage 4.8.
Canadian Pacific Railway rules and time table govern on joint track between Fernie and Elko.
°°P          Cranbrook yard limits extend to yard limit board located east of North Star.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Rules 51 and 52—Maintenance of Way Rules
and Instructions.   Train and Enginemen affected will see that requirements of Rule 52-B are complied with,
nductor
ch case
Snokane Freiah
No. 979 due to leave Crowsnest 1 1.30 k. arrive Cranbrook 17.30 k. dailv.
Soo Freight	
..No
. 980 due to leave Cranbrook 22.00 k, arrive Crowsnest
6.30 k, daily.
 TIME TABLE
No.  70, APRIL 28th,   1935
WESTBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
1
1
o
|
1
•oi
ef
ii
NELSON
SUBDIVISION
1
OQl
EASTBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NORTHBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
co
z
1
i
i
£
o
i
KIMBERLEY
SUBDIVISION
1
f
f!
oa.
SOUTHBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
FIRST
CLASS
FIRST
CLASS
FOURTH
CLASS
THIRD
CLASS
1
79
Freight
I Dally
77
Freight
I Daily
75
Freight
I Daily
73
Freight
I Daily
II
Kootenay
Express
Psgr.
I Daily
12
Kettle
Valley
Express
Psgr.
a Daily
823
Kimberley
Local
Mixed
I Dally
ex. Sun.
824
Kimberley
Local
Mixed
a Dally
ex. Sun.
STATIONS
STATIONS
22.00
22.40
14.40
15.20
9.30
10.10
5.00
5.35
4.25
f   4.40
s   4.45
4.48
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5.4
8.1
9.6
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5.4
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2.7
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1.5
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C K
37
7.55
f   7.42
s   7.36
7.33
10.20
	
D N
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C K
16.45
10.25
f 10.40
f  10.50
10.55
11.05
f 11.10
f  11.35
12.00
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5.1
7.8
9.6
12.4
13.6
16.4
17.8
19.2
•  NORTH STAR..  .  Z
16.35
f 16.15
f  14.58
14.52
14.43
f 14.39
f  14.30
14.00
5.1
Z*        WANKLYN
23.00
15.44
10.40
5.50
37
2.7
Z^        WYCLIFFE             Z
1.8
PORTEOUS
35
23.15
23.30
23.35
23.55
15.57
16.10
16.15
16.35
10.55
11.10
11.20
11.40
6.05
6.21
6.27
6.51
f   4.57
s   5.08
f   5.12
f   5.26
14.2
19.8
21.8
30.1
Z JEROME ZW
5.6
Z MOYIE	
19
37
37
63
f   7.23
s   7.11
f   7.07
f 6.51
D
2.8
•                 FIR
2.0
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1.2
•         MARYSVILLE.
8.3
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2.8
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1.4
 KIMBERLEY. WK
1.4
• END  OF TRACK	
K Y
53
24.10
24.50
24.56
1.55
16.50
17.30
17.36
18.35
12.00
12.15
7.05
7.45
7.50
8.45
f    5.35
s   5.45
5.52
5.56
f 6.03
35.1
40.6
42.7
45.9
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61
69
32
36
f    6.41
6.30
s   6.15
6.10
f 6.03
D
5.5
Z YAHK.....ZYWCR
Jet. S. 1. Ry.
2.1
CURZON
D A
a Daily
ex. Sun.
823
•No passing track
I Daily
ex. Sun.
824
3.2
Z GOATFELL Z
Mixed and freight trains must not exceed a speed of one mile in three minutes at any point.
Airbrake retainers must be used:
Southbound:  End of track to mileage 12.5, (6.7 miles), mileage 1 1.0 to mileage 7.6, (3.4 miles).
Northbound: Wanklyn to mileage 7.6, (2.5 miles).
Trains between North Star and Cranbrook will be governed by Cranbrook Subdivision time table,
page 8.
See "Regulations for Operating Freight and Ore Trains on Grades of two per cent or over," page 15.
No. 824 will wait at Kimberley until No. 823 has arrived.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Rules 51 and
52—Maintenance of Way Rules and  Instructions.    Train and Enginemen affected will see that
requirements of Rule 52-B are complied with.
2. ft)
2.25
2.45
18.50
19.05
19.25
9.00
9.15
9.35
6.15
s   6.24
6.37
f   6.39
s   6.42
51.3
55.4
61.9
62.5
64.2
KINERT   	
56
49
26
5.39
s   5.24
5.03
f    5.00
s   4.55
4.1
McCONNEJ ZW
6.5
LIPSETT	
D
0.6
•            CANYON	
1.7
Z • ERICKSON Z
K E
3.00
3.15
19.40
19.55
9.50
10.05
s   6.50
7.01
s   7.04
s   7.19
7.22
f   7.26
f   7.48
f   8.10
f   8.33
s   8.58
f   9.03
s   9.08
f   9.31
9.45
67.4
72.8
73.8
79.8
81.2
83.1
91.4
99.0
107.5
117.5
119.9
122.2
132.3
137.7
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42
22
35
40
21
64
66
64
55
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4.20
s   4.18
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3.57
f   3.53
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f    2.45
s   2.19
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f    1.40
1.25
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1.4
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4.01
4.06
4.10
4.30
4.49
5.10
5.40
20.35
20.40
20.45
21.05
21.24
21.45
22.15
10.45
10.50
10.55
11.15
11.34
11.55
12.25
INSTRUCTIONS GOVERNING NELSON SUBDIVISION
Trains must not exceed a speed of ten miles per hour over public crossing at Fairview Ferry, mileage
136.1.
Passenger trains must not exceed a speed of one mile in four minutes and freight trains one mile in
six minutes around curve, mileage 16.5 to 17.0.
Westbound freight trains must not exceed a speed of one mile in two   minutes and thirty seconds
at any point between Goatfeil and Lipsett.
Freight trains must not exceed a speed of one mile in two minutes and twenty four seconds at any
point between Kootenay Landing and Procter.
Not less than thirty three per cent of air-brake retainers must be used on freight trains descending grades westbound, Goatfeil to Lipsett and eastbound, Fassiferne to Cranbrook.
Midge Creek at mileage 95.0 is a flag stop for Nos. 1 1 and 12.
Russell at mileage 128.1 is a flag stop for Nos. 1 1 and 12.
Koolaree at mileage 129.1 is a flag stop for Nos. 1 1 and 12.
Nickawa at mileage 130.6 is a flag stop for Nos. 1 1 and 12.
All trains will approach and pass east portal Jerome tunnel under full control.
Westbound freight trains must stop at McConnel and Sirdar for inspection.
Yard limit board west of Yahk situated on the south side of the Spokane International Ry. gov-
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7.6
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8.5
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10.0
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2.4
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5.55
6.20
6.40
22.30
22.55
23.15
12.40
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13.25
2.3
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10.1
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a Daily
77
a Daily
75
a Daily
73
a Daily
II
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l Daily
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Spokane I
Soo Freig
*reight No. 979
hi.. No. 980
due to leave Cranbrook 18.30 k, arrive Yahk  21.45 k, daily.
due to leave Yahk. 18.30 k, arrive Cranbrook 20.45 k, daily.
Canadian Pacific Railway rules and time table govern on joint track between Nelson and Troup.
Enginemen must have headlight lighted and engine bell ringing when passing through tunnel mileage
85.9.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Rules 51 and
52—Maintenance of  Way Rules and Instructions.   Train and Enginemen affected will see that
requirements of Rule 52-B are complied with.
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70, APRIL
28th,
1935
WESTBOUND TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
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EASTBOUND TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NORTHBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
NORTH FORK
SUBDIVISION
SOUTHBOUND   TRAINS
SUPERIOR   DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
THIRD
CLASS
FIRST CLASS
FIRST
CLASS
SECOND
CLASS
THIRD
CLASS
FOURTH
CLASS
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87
Freight
I Dally
85
Freight
I Daily
ex. Sun.
83
Freight
I Dally
81
Freight
{ Daily
841
Nakusp
Local
Mixed
I Mon.
702
Mixed
I Mon.
Thurs.
Kootenay
Express
Psgr.
1 Daily
12
Kettle
Valley
Express
Psgr.
a Daily
703
Mixed
a Mon.
Thurs.
842
Nelson
Local
Mixed
a Tues.
86
Freight
a Dally
ex. Sun.
STATIONS
STATIONS
13.50
6.30
24.05
8.25
f   8.37
f   8.44
f   8.55
9.00
10.05
f 10.14
f 10.19
f 10.27
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4.7
7.1
10.4
11.9
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20.30
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f 20.09
f 20.01
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17.00
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14.35
7.07
7.13
24.43
24.50
10.32
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s 10.59
11.09
12.2
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17.9
19.9
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25.7
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19.27
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2.3
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1.5
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14.50
15.00
15.10
7.28
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19.37
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10.35
10.50
18.50
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f 11.23
27.4
32.4
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5.0
LABARTHE
43
28
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19.33
20.00
19.45
Trains between Westend and Grand Forks City Station will be governed by Boundary Subdivision timetable.
Trains must not exceed a speed of one mile in three minutes between Westend and Archibald.
Class M-4 engines or heavier must not exceed a speed of one mile in  four minutes
at any point between Hummingbird and Stanweil.
Trains must not exceed a speed of eight miles per hour over bridge 8.5 and must not be
doubleheaded over this bridge.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Rules 51
and 52—Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions.  Train and Enginemen affected will see
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12.29
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58.0
62.4
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36
38
18
37
19
33
15
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17.30
17.15
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4.7
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INSTRUCTIONS GOVERNING BOUNDARY SUBDIVISION
Commencing Monday, May 6th, and each alternate Monday thereafter train No. 841 will
be operated Nelson to South Slocan.
Commencing Tuesday, May 7th, and each alternate Tuesday thereafter train No. 842 will
be operated South Slocan to Nelson.
Trains must not exceed a speed of fifteen miles per hour at any point between five poles west
of west switch at Shields and west station mileboard at Shields.
Westbound passenger trains must not exceed a speed of one mile in two minutes and twenty
four seconds at any point between Farron and Cascade.
Freight and mixed trains and light engines must not exceed a speed of one mile in three
minutes at any point on descending grades Farron to mileage 81.1, Farron to mileage 33.0
Eholt to Westend and Eholt to Midway.
Eastbound passenger trains must not exceed a speed of one mile in two minutes and twenty
four seconds at any point between Eholt and Westend and between Farron and mileage 33.0.
Trains must not exceed a speed of twenty miles per hour over bridge 81.1.
Trains must not exceed a speed of one mile in ten minutes through City of Grand Forks
between City Station and one quarter mile west, and must not exceed a speed of twenty miles
per hour at any point between City Jet. and one quarter mile west of City Station, and will
approach and pass through this territory prepared to stop unless track is seen or known to be
clear.
Engines must not exceed a speed of ten miles per hour on Carson Spur Grand Forks yard.
The new power plant at Corra Linn, mileage 9.1, is a flag stop for Nos. 841 and 842.
South Slocan is registering point for all trains except Nos. 11 and 12.
Robson West is registering point for Nos. 702 and 703 only.
City Jet. is registering point for No. 1 1 only.
Enginemen must have headlight lighted and engine bell ringing when passing through tunnel at
mileage 49.6.
See "Regulations for Operating Freight and Ore Trains on grades of two per cent or over,"
page 15.
At Fisherman and Coykendahl all eastbound and at Lafferty all  westbound trains must stop
and make thermal test in accordance with Rule 27c of the Rules for the Operation and
Inspection of Air Brakes*
Maintenance of Way Employees will  provide unattended flagging protection as per Rules
51 and 52—Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions.    Train and Enginemen affected
will see that requirements of Rule 52-B are complied with.
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4.1
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14.40
14.55
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87.1
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15.20
4.3
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15.45
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23
41
8.4
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a Daily
ex. Sun.
85
a Daily
83
a Daily
81
a Mon.
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a Mon.
Thurs.
702
a Daily
II
•No passing track
l Daily
12
1 Mon.
Thurs.
703
I Tues.
842
l Daily
ex. Sun.
86
 TIME TABLE No. 70, APRIL 28th,  1935
WESTBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
87
Freight
I Daily
ex. Sun.
16.10
16.25
16.40
16.50
17.00
17.20
87
83
Freight
I Dally
ex. Sun.
9.05
9.20
9.35
9.45
9.59
10.15
83
81
Freight
I Daily
1.50
2.05
2.25
2.35
2.45
3.05
a Daily
81
SECOND CLASS
703
Trail
Local
19.45
f 20.00
f 20.09
f 20.15
f 20.25
f 20.35
is 20.55
11.15
f 11.30
f 11.39
f 11.45
f 11.55
f 12.05
la 12.25
21.05
703
701
Rossland
Local
Mixed
I Daily
ex. Sun.
s 12.35
12.45
/ 13.15
f 13.25
f 13.35
f 13.49
f 13.59
f 14.19
14.30
701
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3.6
5.9
8.0
9.9
12.6
18.7
18.7
20.3
21.6
23.7
24.7
27.9
29.3
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ROSSLAND
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
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3.6
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2.3
• BLUEBERRY.	
2.1
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1.9
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2.7
BIRCHBANK..	
6.1
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1.4-
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1.6
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1.3
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2.1
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I.O
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3.2
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1.4
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34
EASTBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
704
Castlegar
Local
10.40
f 10.29
f I0.2I
f I0.I5
f 10.05
f 9.59
s   9.35
9.25
704
702
Castlegar
Local
18.40
f 18.29
f I8.2I
f I8.I5
f 18.05
f 17.59
/ 17.35
17.25
s I7.I5
a 16.25
f I6.I4
f 16.07
f 15.53
f 15.45
f 15.24
I5.I5
702
ROSSLAND SUBDIVISION
Passenger trains must not exceed a speed of one
mile in three  minutes at any point and other
trains must not exceed a speed of one mile in six
minutes from Rossland to Tadanac.
When Class N-2 engine used, passenger trains
must not exceed a speed of fifteen miles per hour
at any point between Rossland and Tadanac.
Westbound passenger trains must not exceed a
speed of one mile in three minutes and other
westbound trains must not exceed a speed of one
mile in six minutes at any point between Poupore
and mileage 9.3 and retainers must be used on
all trains.
Safety Switch 0.4 mile from Rossland.
The position of west wye switch at Rossland is
normal when set for the wye.
See "Regulations for Operating Freight and Ore
Trains on grades of two per cent or over," Page 15.
At Tiger all eastbound trains must stop and make
thermal test in accordance with Rule 27c of the
Rules for the Operation and Inspection of Air
Brakes.
Tadanac yard limits extend from yard limit board
located east of Tadanac to yard limit board located
west of Warfield.
All trains must stop before passing over crossing
about one thousand feet from Trail Station and
must be preceded by flagman over crossing.
No. 702 will wait at Rossland until No. 701 has
arrived.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide
unattended flagging protection as per Rules 51
and 52—Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions. Train and Enginemen affected will see
that requirements of Rule 52-B are complied with.
NORTHBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD CLASS
841
Nakusp
I Mon.
9.05
9.15
.9.40
9.46
9.53
10.09
10.17
10.38
10.49
11.20
a Mon.
841
U
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2.6
9.3
10.8
12.5
16.5
18.5
23.6
26.2
31.3
SLOCAN
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
 SOUTH SLOCAN.. ZYWR
2.6
•....CRESCENT VALLEY.	
6.7
• SLOCAN PARK	
1.5'
• PASSMORE....	
1.7
• VALLICAN	
4.0
• LEBAHDO	
2.0
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5.1
• PERRYS W
2.6
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5.1
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SOUTHBOUND   TRAINS
SUPERIOR   DIRECTION
S  C
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24
THIRD CLASS
842
Nelson
Local
Mixed
a Tues.
16.20
16.10
15.45
15.39
15.32
15.16
15.08
14.47
14.36
14.15
l Tues,
842
NORTHBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
Ii
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S3
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4.5
7.1
8.0
12.2
16.3
19.8
23.1
33.1
LARDEAU
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
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4.5
•.. COOPER CREEK	
2.6
• MEADOW CREEK..	
0.9
 MARBLE HEAD	
4.2
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4.1
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3.5
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3.3
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10.0
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•No passing track
SOUTHBOUND   TRAINS
SUPERIOR   DIRECTION
R O
SLOCAN
Commencing Monday, May 6th, and each alternate Monday thereafter train No. 841 will
be operated South Slocan to Slocan City.
Commencing Tuesday, May 7th, and each alternate Tuesday thereafter train No. 842 will
be operated Slocan City to South Slocan.
Appledale at mileage 21.3 will be a regular stop for trains 841 and 842.
SUBDIVISION
Trains must not exceed a speed of twenty five miles per hour at any point.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Rules
51 and 52—Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions.   Train and Enginemen affected
will see that requirements of Rule 52-B are complied with.
WESTBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
KASLO
SUBDIVISION
EASTBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
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Nakusp
Local
Mixed
I Mon.
842
Nelson
Local
Mixed
o Tues.
STATIONS
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5.4
12.0
15.4
17.9
19.8
20.7
22.5
25.5
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5.4
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5
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6.6
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3.4
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2.5
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15
1.9
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0.9
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1.8
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3.0
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2
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25.5
26.5
27.6
30.5
34.5
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2
8
1.0
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2.9
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6
19
4.0
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4 8
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15.45
9.55
f 16.05
s 16.40
s 17.00
17.20
39.3
50.8
57.6
62.9
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11.5
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15
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5.3
NAKUSP     YWCR
a Mon.
841
•No passing track
l Tues.
842
Commencing Monday, May 6th, and each alternate Monday thereafter train No. 841
will be operated Rosebery to Nakusp.
Commencing Tuesday, May 7th, and each alternate Tuesday thereafter train No. 842
will be operated Nakusp to Rosebery.
On descending grades between Kaslo and Rosebery, trains handling ore must not
exceed a speed of one mile in five minutes at any point, and other trains must not
exceed a speed of one mile in four minutes, and between Nakusp and mileage 39.5
mixed trains must not exceed a speed of one mile in three minutes at any point, and
between Nakusp and Rosebery freight trains must not exceed a speed of one mile in
four minutes at any point.
Trains must not exceed a speed of one mile in six minutes at any point between Sandon
and Parapet and one mile in ten minutes around sharp curve at mileage 8.7.
Trains handling loads of poles or long timbers must not exceed a speed of twenty miles
per hour at any point and must run cautiously around sharp or reverse curves.
Trains must not exceed a speed of fifteen miles per hour around sharp curves between
Rosebery and Nakusp.
Safety switch 1.7 miles from Sandon.
See "Regulations for Operating Freight and Ore Trains on grades of two per cent or
over," page 15.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Rules
51 and 52—Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions. Train and Enginemen affected will see that requirements of Rule 52-B are complied with.
LARDEAU  SUBDIVISION
Trains must not exceed a speed of one mile in two minutes and twenty four seconds
and trains handling cars of poles or logs must not exceed a speed of fifteen miles per
hour at any point.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per
Rules 51 and 52—Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions. Train and Engine-
men affected will see that requirements of Rule 52-B are complied with.
 TIME TABLE No.  70,
APRIL 28th,
1935
WESTBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
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SUPERIOR DIRECTION
WESTBOUND TRAINS
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EASTBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
FIRST
CLASS
FIRST
CLASS
FIRST
CLASS
FIRST
CLASS
FOURTH CLASS
77
Freight
I Daily
75
Freight
I Daily
73
Freight
I Daily
1 1
Kootenay
Express
Psgr.
1 Daily
12
Kettle
Valley
Express
Psgr.
a Daily
1 1
Kootenay
Express
Psgr.
1 Dally
12
Kettle
Valley
Express
Psgr.
a Daily
72
Freight
a Daily
74
Freight
a Dally
76
Freight
a Daily
STATIONS
STATIONS
19.00
10.50
3.00
16.45
16.47
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s 17.20
17.36
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0.3
8.8
11.7
18.9
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M  1
13.50
13.40
f  13.20
s 13.13
f  12.57
22.35
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Engines must not exceed a speed of four miles per hour over bridges on Pleasant Valley spur, G. N. mileage 204.5.
Freight trains must not exceed a speed of twenty five miles per hour at any point.
22.30
PENTICTON
P N
7.20
a Daily
77
a Daily
75
a Daily
73
a Daily
1 1
•No Passing Track
l Daily
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Freight trains must not exceed a speed of twenty five miles per hour at any point.
Trains must not exceed a speed of twenty miles per hour at any point between mileage 84.1 and 88.5.
See "Regulations for Operating Freight and Ore Trains on grades of two per cent or over," page 15.
All freight trains register at McCulloch.
All westbound freight trains must stop at Adra and Arawana and all westbound passenger trains must stop at Glenfir and make
thermal test in accordance with Rule 27c of the rules for the operation and inspection of air brakes.
Enginemen must have headlight lighted and engine bell ringing when passing through tunnel at mileage 1 13.9.
Trains must not exceed a speed of ten miles per hour over highway crossing at Vancouver Avenue, Penticton, mileage 131.9, and must
not exceed a speed of ten miles per hour at any point between Penticton and South Penticton, and must not exceed a speed of four
miles per hour over crossing at Winnipeg Street, Penticton.
South Penticton yard limits extend to Penticton.
The position of junction switch at South Penticton is normal when set for Princeton subdivision.
Wye at mileage 39.4.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Rules 51 and 52—Maintenance of Way Rules and
Instructions.   Train and Enginemen affected will see that requirements of Rule 52-B are complied with.
See "Regulations for Operating Freight and Ore Trains on Grades of two per cent or over," page 15.
At West Summerland all eastbound freight trains must stop and make thermal test in accordance with Rule 27c of the Rules
for the Operation and Inspection of Air Brakes.
South Penticton yard limits extend to Penticton.
The position of junction switch at South Penticton is normal when set for Princeton subdivision.
The position of junction switches at Princeton is normal when set for Princeton Subdivision.
To comply with Rule 99 between Princeton and Brookmere, flagman must go out 12 telegraph poles instead of 10 to equal 500
yards, 28 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards and, 42 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1800 yards.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Rules 51 and 52—Maintenance of Way Rules and
Instructions.   Train and Enginemen affected will see that requirements of Rule 52-B are complied with.
 TIME TABLE
No.  70, APRIL
28th,
1935
WESTBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
Ec
Is
5J5
II
COQUIHALLA
SUBDIVISION
1
i
81-
<3«£
EASTBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
WESTBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
I
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SUBDIVISION
1
3
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EASTBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
!   THIRD
CLASS
SECOND
CLASS
FIRST
CLASS
1    FIRST
CLASS
1 SECOND
CLASS
1   THIRD
CLASS
1 FOURTH
CLASS
SECOND
CLASS
SECOND
CLASS
807
Mixed
I Sat.
805
Merritt
Local
Mixed
I Mon.
Thurs.
Kootenay
Express
Psgr.
1 Dally
12
Kettle
Valley
Express
Psgr.
a Daily
806
Merritt
Local
Mixed
aTues.Fri.
808
Mixed
a Sun.
78
Freight
a Dally
ex. Sun.
805
Mixed
I Mon.
Thurs.
806
Mixed
a Tues.
Fri.
STATIONS
STATIONS
8.13
f   8.40
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65.1
57.7
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Trains must not exceed a speed of twenty five miles per hour at any point.
The positions of junction switches at Brodie:   West switch is normal when set for Merritt subdivision; East switch is normal when
set for Coquihalla subdivision.
The position of wye switches at Merritt is normal when set for Merritt subdivision.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Rules 51 and 52—Maintenance of Way Rules and
Instructions.   Train and Enginemen affected will see that requirements of Rule 52-B are complied with.
Passenger trains must not exceed a speed of thirty miles per hour at any point.
Freight trains must not exceed a speed of twenty five miles per hour at any point.
Trains must not exceed a speed of fifteen miles per hour over Portia wye switches, mileage   142.1 and 142.4, and twelve miles
per hour at mileage 148.6.
All westbound freight trains must stop at lago and Jessica and all westbound passenger trains must stop at Portia and make thermal
test in accordance with Rule 27c of the Rules for the Operation and Inspection of Air Brakes.
See "Regulations for Operating Freight and Ore Trains on grades of two per cent or over," Page 15.
Railway crossing at grade C. N. Ry. mileage 162.2 interlocked.
The position of East and West junction switches at Brodie is normal when set for Coquihalla subdivision.
To comply with Rule 99 between Brookmere and Othello, flagman must go out 12 telegraph poles instead of 10 to equal 500 yards,
28 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards and 42 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1800 yards.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Rules 51 and 52—Maintenance of Way Rules and
Instructions.   Train and Enginemen affected will see that requirements of Rule 52-B are complied with.
NORTHBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
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See "Regulations for Operating Freight and Ore Trains on grades of two per cent or over," Page 15.
Trains must not exceed a speed of fifteen miles per hour at any point.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Rules 51 and 52—Maintenance of Way Rules and
Instructions.   Train and Enginemen affected will see that requirements of Rule 52-B are complied with.
South Penticton yard limits extend to Penticton and Skaha.
Wye at mileage 25.9.
Maintenance of Way Employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Rules 51 and 52—Maintenance of Way Rules and
Instructions.   Train and Enginemen affected will see that requirements of Rule 52-B are complied with.
 TIME TABLE  No
.  70, APRIL
28th,
1935
COLUMBIA RIVER ROUTE
KASLO-LARDEAU ROUTE
NORTHBOUND
ARROW
LAKES
SOUTHBOUND
NORTHBOUND
KOOTENAY
LAKE
SOUTHBOUND
Flag Stops
Mail Calls
l Tues. Fri.
1 Wed. Sat.
a Mon. Thur.
a Wed. Sat.
Mail Calls
Flag Stops
Flag Stops
Mail Calls
l Sat.
1 Sun.
a Sun.
a Sat.
Mail Calls
Flag Stops
11.30
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18.00
12.00
 NELSON	
21.45
•            ROBSON	
Tues Fri
 SYRINGA CREEK	
Mon Thur
9.15
13.45
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20.00
18.40
• DEER PARK	
Sat
 BALFOUR	
Sat
• RENATA...	
• QUEEN'S BAY......
Tues Fri
 BROADWATER	
Mon Thur
•....KOOTENAY BAY	
• EDGEWOOD 	
Sat
Sat
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Sat
Sat
Tues Fri
Tues Fri
 SHERWOOD...	
Mon Thur
Mon Thur
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14.45
• AINSWORTH	
...PRINCESS CREEK	
19.00
• NEEDLES	
Sat
Sat
Sat
Sat
Tues Fri
 FAUQUIER	
Mon Thur
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 OATESCOTT...	
• RIONDEI 	
* BURTON CITY	
Sat
 MIRROR LAKE	
Sat
Tues Fri
Tues Fri
Tues Fri
 GRAHAM...	
Mon Thur
Mon Thur
Mon Thur
11.30
16.05
• KASLO _	
SCHULETTY CREEK..
17.30
15.50
MACKINSON	
Sat
Sat
.... EAST ARROW PARK...
Sat
Sat
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• ARROW  PARK	
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Sat
Tues Fri
Tues Fri
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13.30
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13.45
ROCK ISLAND
Mon Thur
•         GLENDEVON	
oSat.
a Sun.
•Regular Ports of Call.
l Sun.
l Sat.
21.15
7.00
• NAKUSP 	
FOSTHALL
7.30
14.30
Wed Sat
Wed
Wed
Sat
....ST. LEON..	
SLOCAN LAKE ROUTE
• HALCYON 	
10.15
ARROWHEAD. .
11.30
NORTHBOUND
SLOCAN
LAKE
SOUTHBOUND
oTues. Fri.
a Wed. Sat.
•Regular Ports of Call
{ Mon. Thur.
l Wed. Sat.
Flag Stops
1 Mon.
a Tues.
Flag Stops
OKANAGAN LAKE ROUTE
12.05       [.
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EVANS CREEK...
13.35
Mon
Mon
Mon
Tues
Tues
Tues
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OKANAGAN
LAKE
ENTERPRISE.
k          SILVERTON   .
k - - NEW DENVER	
15.05     1.
ROSEBERY
10.35
a Mon.
* Regular Ports of Call.
l Tues.
  PENTICTON	
• NARAMATA	
•       SUMMERLAND	
Commencing Monday, May 6th, and each alternate Monday thereafter boat will be operated Slocan City to Rosebery.
Commencing Tuesday, May 7th, and each alternate Tuesday thereafter boat will be operated Rosebery to Slocan City.
 GRETAS...	
•  PEACHLAND	
 TREPAN 1ER	
• WESTBAN K	
SPECIAL NOTE FOR BOATS
Calls will not be made at landings exposed to wind when weather conditions are not favourable.
Time of arrival or departure is not definitely fixed at stops except where time is shown.
Mail calls are made as indicated without flag signal.
Flag stops will be made on days shown to discharge passengers, freight or express, or boat will, when flagged, stop to receive passengers, freight
or express.
Boats will not stop at landings where the day or days of call are not indicated as mail call or flag stop.
•...      .KELOWNA	
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• OKANAGAN CENTRE	
 NAHUN	
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...OKANAGAN LANDING...
INSTRUCTIONS AS TO CONNECTIONS BETWEEN PASSENGER
TRAINS AND BOATS
GENERAL NOTE
Trains and boats will not, unless otherwise directed, wait for delayed connecting trains and boats unless there are passengers on such delayed
trains and boats for them, and unless by so waiting connection will be made with such delayed trains and boats.   In all cases, however, where
the incoming train or boat is due to arrive previous to the time the outgoing train or boat is due to leave, a margin of five minutes will be allowed
when necessary to ensure connection.
ANY JUNCTION POINT
Train No. 3, making close connection with China-Japan steamship shall wait, unless otherwise instructed, at any junction point for passengers
for such steamer who may be on trains scheduled to connect with train No. 3 at such junction point.
ARROWHEAD                                                                                    CASTLEGAR
Boat will wait until arrival of No. 802.                                           No. 1 1 will wait for No. 704.
No. 801 will wait until boat arrives.                                              No. 701 will wait for No. II.
SICAMOUS                                              No. 12 will wait for No. 702.
No. 708 will wait   2 hours for Nos. 1 and 2.                            No. 703 will wait for No. 12.
No.     3 will wait 30 minutes for No. 707.                                                                       PROCTER
ROBSON WEST                                          Boat will wait 30 minutes for No. II.
No. 12 will wait 2 hours for boat from the North.                                                                  YAHK
No. 703 will wait 2 hours for boat from North.                           Nos. 11 and 12 will wait 1 hour for S. 1. No. 726.
Boat will wait 30 minutes for No. 1 1.                                           S.I. No. 725 will wait 1 hour for Nos. 1 1 and 12.
•Regular Ports of Call.
 -
TIME TABLE No.  70, APRIL 28th,  1935
Test before
Descending
Heavy Grades.
Standard Main
Reservoir and
Brake Pipe
Pressure.
Before
Descending the
Grade.
Trains Handling
Ore, Etc.
Trains Handling
Auxiliary.
Trainmen's
Position when
Descending
Grades.
Air Brakes
becoming
Inoperative.
Importance of
Control of Trains
at Summit.
SPECIAL  INSTRUCTIONS GOVERNING OPERATION  OF  FREIGHT AND ORE
TRAINS ON THE BRITISH  COLUMBIA DISTRICT
1. Your attention is directed to the Rules for the care and use of the Automatic Air Brake and Compressed Air Train
Signal, and particularly to Rule 15 (a), page 6, and Road Test Rule 16 (a) and (b), page 7.
2. A terminal test of brakes must be made on all freight trains immediately before descending grade of two per cent
(2%) or over at the following points:
Mountain Subdivision
Carmi Subdivision
Princeton Subdivision
Coquihalla Subdivision
Copper Mountain Subd'
Boundary Subdivision
Kaslo Subdivision
Rossland Subdivision
Kimberley Subdivision
—Westbound Trains—Glacier.
Eastbound Trains—Connaught.
—Westbound Trains—Chute Lake.
—Westbound Trains—Jura.
Eastbound Trains—Kirton.
—Westbound Trains—Coquihalla.
Copper Mountain Subdivision—Northbound Trains—Copper Mountain.
—Westbound Trains—Farron.
—Eastbound Trains—Farron and Eholt.
—Westbound Trains—Summit Lake and Zincton.
Eastbound Trains—Summit Lake, Giegerich and Sandon.
—Westbound Trains—Poupore.
Eastbound Trains—Rossland.
—Southbound Trains—Kimberley.
Upon signal of the conductor or trainman engineer will apply brakes by making a service reduction of not less than fifteen
pounds; trainman will then examine the brake on each car to see that it is applied and released after test has been made.
If a defective brake is found it must be cut out before descending the grade and hand brake used, care being taken to prevent
overheating of wheels.   After brake test is completed all pressure retaining valve handles must be turned up and operated
by trainman in accordance with Air Brake Rule 27(a), (b), (c), (d), (e) and (f), and following rule:
"On trains consisting of 75 or more empty cars, when descending grades, retainers must be turned up on first
25 cars and on each alternate car from the 25th. to the rear."
2.(a)   Main reservoir pressure of 125 pounds and brake pipe pressure of 90 pounds must be maintained on all engines
handling passenger trains between Field and Vancouver, and between Nelson and Vancouver.
(b) Standard main reservoir and brake pipe pressure for trains operating on the Rossland and Kimberley Subdivisions and Sandon Extension will be as follows:
Brake pipe pressure 90 pounds, main reservoir pressure I 10 pounds.
(c) Grade Eholt to Midway is over one per cent (1%) westbound and Air Brake Rule 27(a) must be observed.
3. Air Brake Rule 26(c). A train or engine must start down any heavy grade at very slow speed, gradually increasing
to proper speed as brake power is seen to be ample. The engineer should not release the brake until the speed of the train
has been so reduced that the auxiliary reservoirs can be charged to standard pressure before it is necessary to re-apply the
brakes. Recharging should be accomplished as rapidly as possible; therefore, use release position continuously, until recharged.
If brake pipe pressure be regulated at the required amount in release position, stay there until ready to re-apply. If running
position is necessary for this regulation, return to it when fully recharged; where it is not yet time to re-apply, follow by placing
brake valve in release position for one or two seconds. WHEN FOR ANY REASON THERE IS A GRADUAL LOSS IN
PRESSURE THAT CANNOT BE REGAINED BY LOWER SPEED, STOP AND RECHARGE.
The speed must be sufficiently reduced to accomplish this and sand used if necessary; but in no case must train be allowed
to exceed a speed of ten miles per hour at any point between Rossland and Trail and on Sandon extension. Conductors and
engineers are equally responsible for seeing that brakes are in perfect working order and properly connected through the
whole train before descending heavy grades.
4. IF IT REQUIRES MORE THAN TEN POUNDS REDUCTION TO CONTROL THE TRAIN WITH RETAINERS
IN SERVICE, ENGINEMEN MUST CALL FOR AND RECEIVE ASSISTANCE FROM TRAIN CREW.
5. Trains descending Rossland grade stopping for the purpose of cooling wheels and inspection, must be held by
hand brakes. Before releasing hand brakes an inspection must be made to see that all angle cocks except that on the rear
end of last car are open, after which the regular terminal test of air brakes must be made, using the same precaution in all
particulars as before starting from Rossland.
6. All trains handling ore, rock or concentrates on Kootenay Division must not exceed a speed of twenty five miles
per hour at any point.
7. Trains handling the auxiliary crane on Kootenay Division must not exceed a speed of twenty five miles per hour
at any point on Cranbrook, Nelson, Boundary and Rossland subdivisions, and twenty miles per hour at any point on all other
subdivisions except on descending grades Farron to mileage 81.1, Farron to mileage 33.0, between Eholt and Grand Forks
and between Rossland and Tadanac where speed is restricted to that of freight trains.
8. On all freight trains when descending grades of two per cent (2%) or over, front and rear trainmen must have
clubs in their possession and be out on top of train, the conductor to ride in cupola to observe air pressure and to see that
trainmen are in their proper places. If conductor considers engineer is not exercising proper judgment, he must stop train
by use of conductor's valve in accordance with Air Brake Rule No. 6.
9. When a train, for any reason, has been uncoupled, has broken apart, or hose has burst, after all connections have
again been properly made the brakes must be applied and released, from the engineer's brake valve, and trainmen must see
that brakes on cars picked up and on last car operate properly. If a car is taken into a passenger train, the signal to apply
brakes must be given by the air signal from that car.
10. If for any cause the engineer finds he is unable to control speed of train, he must immediately signal for brakes,
use sand and endeavor to stop train with his engine. Trainmen must quickly apply hand brakes, and conductor open conductor's valve in accordance with Air Brake Rule No. 6.
I I. Remember that safety in handling trains down the grade is assured only by having them under complete control
at the summit. Always bear in mind that brake resistance decreases as the speed of the train increases, and therefore the
absolute necessity of having trains under control at all times from the start.
Freight trains when descending grades of two per cent (2%) or over must not exceed a speed of twenty miles per hour
at any point.
12. The normal position of a safety switch is for the spur, and engineer must not whistle for switch to be set for main
track unless speed is within required limit of ten miles per hour, and he is satisfied he can maintain it so. Engineers must
promptly report any case of a switch being turned for main track before they signal for it. In case of failure to so report,
engineers will be held equally responsible with switchmen.
13. Where derailing switches are in place they must invariably be left set for derailing cars except when in use by
trainmen. In no case are they to be set for main track until it is known that train is under full control and engineer whistles
for switch to be turned.
SPECIAL  INSTRUCTIONS
A—At meeting points not fixed by train order at which there is no open telegraph office, and at which they do not stop, second, third
and fourth class trains running in sections must give identification tickets (Form 1432) to all extra trains, and to all second, third and fourth
class trains over which they have right to track by class or direction. Such latter trains must receive such identification tickets or stop
the other train to ascertain its identity.   Observe Rule 90.
B—Between the hours of 20 o'clock and 8 o'clock at all open telegraph offices EXCEPT ON DOUBLE TRACK AND IN AUTOMATIC
SIGNAL TERRITORY ON SINGLE TRACK, trains (except first class and passenger extras) must receive a clearance from the operator,
even though signal indicates PROCEED. If there are no 31 orders on hand for delivery to any train in the direction as indicated by the
approaching train, operators are required to have clearance ready so engineer and conductor may secure it while passing at slow speed.
C—Employees must not ride on top of cars passing under overhead bridges or through tunnels or snow sheds at which there is not
sufficient clearance and must inform themselves respecting location of all buildings or other obstructions which have less than standard
clearance.
D—While freight trains are in motion between stations, a trainman must be on the lookout from the cupola of caboose to observe
the safe operation of trains, and at a safe distance before commencing the descent of steep grades and approaching railway crossings at grade,
junctions, drawbridges, and at points where trains are to be met or passed, and where at any other point failure of brakes would be attended
with hazard, must be within convenient access of conductor's valve, and if train is exceeding authorized speed limit, brakes must be applied
by him at once, in accordance with Rule 6, Page 4, Air Brake Rules.
E—The outer main track switches of passing tracks will be considered STATION LIMITS and main track may be used inside of
such limits by keeping clear of first and second class trains. In automatic signal territory, (single track) on which lamps are not used on
main track switches, as per revised Rule 104, the automatic signal within two hundred feet of outer main track switch will mark the STATION
LIMITS. All trains except first and second class trains must, unless otherwise directed, approach and pass through such limits, prepared
to stop unless the main track is seen to be clear. Trains occupying or using main track outside of station limits must be protected, unless
train orders or schedule confer the right to use main track. Trains or yard engines occupying the main track inside of station limits at
terminal points, as per Rule 93 must not, where there are two or more main tracks, move against the current of traffic except under protection as prescribed by Rule 99. In all cases, during foggy, smoky or stormy weather, protection as per Rule 99 must be maintained to
ensure absolute safety.
F—Where two main tracks parallel each other and are less than twenty feet centre to centre, whether such tracks are for double
or single track operation, employees in every instance, when stepping out of the way of approaching trains, must move to the right of way
and not to the other track.   Foremen will be personally responsible for educating their men accordingly.
G—Snow plows working on double track when passing trains on the other track must not be run at a speed exceeding ten miles per
hour, and points must be lifted and wings closed.   Flangers must also be lifted when passing trains on the other track.
H—Trains using crossovers on double track must not run over switches at a speed exceeding ten miles per hour.
J—Unless some form of block signal is used, or unless otherwise directed, all trains except first class trains must keep at least fen
minutes apart, except in closing up at stations. A snowplow train, a light engine or a light loaded freight train (50% of full tonnage or less)
must receive a clearance at all open telegraph offices, whether signal indicates STOP or PROCEED, and will not follow any train unless
clearance shows arrival at a station ahead. If the station from which it is to follow is not an open telegraph office, it may follow in twenty
minutes to the first open telegraph office.
K—Freight and mixed trains are limited to a speed of thirty miles an hour and are not to make any one mile in less than one
minute and forty three seconds.
MAXIMUM SPEED FOR LOCOMOTIVES AS FOLLOWS: Miles
Per Hour
I—Locomotives with driving wheels 70 inches nominal diameter or over  75
2—Locomotives with driving wheels 63 inches in diameter and under  50
Exceptions:
(a) Locomotives of D-6, D-9 and D-10 class   60
(b) Locomotives of R-3 class 40
(c) Locomotives of R-2 and S-2 class 30
3—Switching locomotives or any locomotive without 2 or 4-wheel engine truck 20
L—The position of switches at junction points with other subdivisions is normal when set for main traffic subdivisions. The position
of switches at ends of double track is normal when set for trains leaving single track for the double track and against trains leaving double
track for single track.
M—All trains will approach and pass through the following yards: Field, Revelstoke, Sicamous, Vernon, Armstrong, Kamloops,
Mission, Coquitlam, Vancouver, Crowsnest, Fernie, Elko, Cranbrook, Yahk, Sirdar, Kimberley, Nelson, Castlegar, Tadanac, Midway, South
Penticton, Princeton, Brookmere and Hope prepared to stop unless main track is seen or known to be clear.
N—The following additional signs placed opposite certain stations indicate:
K—Comparison clock, registering and bulletin point.
B—Bulletin and registering point.
R—Registering point.
X—Cross-over.
Y—Wye.
Z—Yard limit boards.   On both sides of station name indicates yard limit boards on both sides of station.   When preceding
station name, board is located east or south of that station.   When following station name, board is located west or north of
that station.
0—ALL ABSOLUTE signals have a square end blade and carry a lunar white marker light vertically under the running light.   ALL
PERMISSIVE signals have a pointed end blade.   When a train finds an ABSOLUTE block signal indicating STOP, it must stop before
reaching the signal and not more than two hundred feet from it and may proceed when the signal is cleared, or, if not immediately cleared,
by obtaining authority from the Train Dispatcher, but, if unable to communicate with the Train Dispatcher, the train may proceed under
protection of flag to the first signal that indicates PROCEED.   When a train finds a PERMISSIVE block signal indicating STOP, it must
stop before reaching the signal and not more than two hundred feet from it, and may then proceed at once with caution, expecting to find
the track occupied, a car foul, a switch open, a broken rail, or other obstruction in the block, except when train is proceeding under flag
from last ABSOLUTE block signal as mentioned above.   Before proceeding against a signal in STOP position, train employees must satisfy
themselves that the signal is PERMISSIVE.
P—Where no operator on duty, or where authorized to do so by time table, regular trains scheduled through over two or more subdivisions, and having the same number on each subdivision, are authorized to assume the schedule of the train of the same number from
intermediate initial points and leave such intermediate initial points without terminal clearance.
 TABLE SHOWING RATE OF SPEED A TRAIN IS RUNNING WHERE THE TIME OF ONE MILE IS GIVEN
Time
Per Mile
Miles
per Hour
Min.  0 Sec  60.00
I
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
II
12
13
14
15
16
.... 59.02
.... 58.06
.... 57.14
.... 56.25
.... 55.38
.... 54.55
.... 53.73
.... 52.94
.... 52.17
L- 51.43
.... 50.70
.... 50.00
.... 49.31
.... 48.65
.... 48.00
.... 47.37
Time Miles
Per Mile        per Hour
Min. 17 Sec  46.75
If
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
46.15
45.57
45.00
44.44
43.90
43.37
42.86
42.35
41.86
41.38
40.91
40.45
40.00
39.56
39.13
38.71
Time Miles
Per Mile        per Hour
Min. 34 Sec  38.30
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
37.89
37.50
.... 37.11
.... 36.73
.... 36.36
.... 36.00
.... 35.64
.... 35.29
.... 34.95
.... 34.62
.... 34.29
..-.. 33.96
.... 33.64
.... 33.33
.... 33.03
.... 32.73
Time Miles
Per Mile        per Hour
Min. 51 Sec... 32.43
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
0
I
2
3
4
5
6
7
.... 32.L
.... 31.86
.... 31.58
.... 31 .30
.... 31.03
.... 30.77
.... 30.51
.... 30.25
.... 30.00
.... 29.75
.... 29.51
.... 29.27
.... 29.03
.... 28.80
.... 28.57
.... 28.35
Time
Per Mile
2 Min.   8 S«
2    '
9   '
2    '
10   '
2    '
II    '
2    •
12   *
2    '
13   '
2    *
14   '
2    4
15   '
2    '
16   '
2    *
17   '
2    '
18   '
2    '
19   '
2    '
20   '
2    '
21    '
2    '
22   «
2    '
23   '
2    '
24   (
Miles
per Hour
!..... 28.12
.... 27.91
.... 27.69
.... 27.48
.... 27.27
.... 27.07
.... 26.87
.... 26.67
.... 26.47
.... 26.28
.... 26.09
.... 25.90
.... 25.71
.... 25.53
.... 25.35
.... 25.17
.... 25.00
Time
Miles
Time
Miles
Time
Miles
Time
Miles
Time
Miles
Time
Miles
Per Mile
per Hour
Per Mile
per Hour
Per Mile
per Hour
Per Mile
per Hour
Per Mile
per Hour
Per Mile
per Hour
2 Min. 25 Sec  24.83
2 Min. 42 Sec
.... 22.22
2 Min. 59 Sec... 20.11
3 Min. 17 Sec  18.27
3 Min. 35 Sec
....  16.74
3 Min, 53 Sec
.... 15.45
2    "    26
' ..... 24.66
2    "    43   "
.... 22.08
3   "     0   '
* .... 20.00
3    "18   '
....  18.18
3    "    36   44
....  16.67
3    44    54   41
....  15.38
2    "    27
* .... 24.49
2    "    44   "
.... 21 .95
3   "      1    *
' ....  19.89
3    "    19   '
....  18.09
3    44    37   44
....  16.59
3    "    55   "
....   15.32
2    '     28
4 .... 24.32
2    "    45   "
.... 21 .82
3    "      2   4
4 ....  19.78
3    "    20   '
....  18.00
3    44    38   "
....  16.51
3    "    56   "
....   15.25
2    "    29
' .... 24.16
2    "    46   "
.... 21.69
3    "     3   '
4 ....  19.67
3    "    21
...   17.91
3    "    39   "
....  16.44
3    "    57   44
....   15.19
2    "    30
4 .... 24.00
2    "    47   "
.... 21.56
3    "      4   '
1  ....   19.57
3    "    22   '
....  17.82
3    44    40   "
....  16.36
3    "    58   "
....  15.13
2    "    31
4 .... 23.84
2    "    48   "
.... 21 .43
3    "      5   •
4  ....  19.46
3    "    23   '
....  17.73
3    44    41    "
....  16.29
3    "    59   "
....  15.06
2    "    32
1 .... 23.68
2    "    49   "
.... 21.30
3    "      6   '
4 ....  19.35
3    "    24   '
....  17.65
3    44    42   "
....  16.22
4    "     0   "
....  15.00
2    "    33
* .... 23.53
2    "    50   "
.... 21.18
3    "      7   '
4 ....  19.25
3    "    25   '
....  17.56
3    44    43   44
....  16.14
4    44    17   44
....  14.00
2    "    34
1 .... 23.38
2    "    51    "
.... 21 .05
3    "      8   4
4 ....  19.15
3    44    26   '
....  17.48
3    44    44   44
....  16.07
4    44    36   44
....  13.00
2    "   35
4  .... 23.23
2    "    52   "
.... 20.93
3    "      9   •
4  19.05
3    "    27   '
....  17.39
3    41    45   44
....  16.00
5    u     0   u
....  12.00
2    "    36
' .... 23.08
2    "    53   "
.... 20.81
3    "    10   '
4 ....  18.95
3    44    28   4
....  17.31
3    44    46   "
....  15.93
5    44    27   44
....  11.00
2    "    37
* .... 22.93
2    "    54   "
.... 20.69
3    "    II    '
4 ....  18.85
3    "    29   '
....  17.22
3    44    47   44
....  15.86
6    44     0   44
....  10.00
2    "    38
1  .... 22.78
2    "    55   "
.... 20.57
3    "    12   *
4 ....   18.75
3    44    30   4
....  17.14
3    44    48   "
....  15.79
6    44    40   44
....    9.00
2    "    39
* .... 22.64
2    "    56   "
.... 20.45
3    "    13   *
' ....  18.65
3    44    31    '
....  17.06
3    44    49   44
....  15.72
7    44    30   44
....    8.00
2    "    40
■ .... 22.50
2    "    57   "
.... 20.34
3    "    14   '
4 ....  18.56
3    44    32   4
....  16.98
3    44    50   44
....  15.65
8    44    34   44
....    7.00
2    "    41
1 .... 22.36
2    "    58   "
.... 20.22
3    "    15   "
4 ....   18.46
3    "    33   '
....   16.82
3    44    51    44
....   15.58
10    44     0   "
....    6.00
3    "    16   '
4 ..... 18.37
3    44    34   '
....   16.90
3    44    52   "
....   15.52
12    44     0   44
....    5.00
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