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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAIL W A
EASTERN DIVISION
MONTR
ERMINALS
TIME TABLE
No.  27
TAKING    E
AT    12. Ol    A.M.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd, 1908
Governed by EASTERN TIME
For the government end information of employees only.
i
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 connected with the movement of trains must have a copy
of them and of the current time-table accessible when on duty.
J. W. LEONARD,
Assistant General Manager.
H. P. TIMMERMAN,
General Superintendent
 DISTRICT   IMo.   2
MONTR
EIFRIVIINAL.S.
Between   and   Including:
Miles
Montreal  (Windsor St.) to Montreal Jet.       .........    4.79
Adirondack Jet. to  Mile  End      ....------- 10.00
Montreal (Place Viger)fto Bresiay     -      -      -      -      -      -      -      -    - -      -    5.94
Total       -      -      - 20.73
Train Dispatchers on District No. 1 will issue train orders between AdirondackJct.f South Jct«
and Montreal Junction—Dispatching Office at Farnham—Telegraph Call D.Oi
Train Dispatchers on District No. 3 will issue train orders between Montreal (Windsor St.),
Montreal Jet., and North Jet., and between South Jet. and Outremont; also between Bresiay
and Montreal (Place Viger) ;   Dispatching Office at Montreal—Telegraph Call R<B.
G. HODGE,
Superintendent,
MONTREAL,
 Special Rules and Instructions.
1. Schedule speed must not be exceeded. H^^^
2. Trains must not exceed 15 miles per hour over the South Jet. and North Jet. Switches, or over any cross-over, or through
Hochelaga Yard.
3. Movements not authorized by time-table or train order may be made in the direction of current of traffic between Windsor
Street Station and Montreal Jet., and between South Junction and Place Viger (via Mile End) if signals indicate that the line is
clear, and such movements may be made and trains may be run between these points on the time of Superior trains in the same
direction, provided they are kept ten minutes out of the way of first-class trains in the same direction, but trains or yard
engines must be positive before taking a cross-over at any point to use opposite track in the direction of
current of traffic that such track has not been singled by Train Dispatchers.
4. All trains except first-class trains and all yard and other engines leaving the following points : Place Viger, Hochelaga,
Mile End in the direction of Place Viger ; and South Jet. in the direction of St. Luc Jet., and St. Luc Jet. in the direction
of Outremont, (except yard engines moving from Place Viger and moving from Hochelaga in either direction) must obtain
Terminal Clearances, Form 137, from the operator, who must note across them how late any overdue Superior train in the same
direction is, and hold the Superior train until the time specified on the clearance has expired. All westbound trains (including
first class trains) must obtain Terminal Clearance Order, Form 137, from Outremont in the direction of St. Luc Jet.
5. Clearances will not be required for movements^between Mile End and Outremont.
6. The line between Mile End and Bresiay is operated under single track rules.
7. Semaphore signals located at cross-overs are for the protection of trainsf using cross-over and govern trains in both directions
which must stop clear of cross-over when " Stop" signal is displayed.
8. The semaphore signal at Ontario Street governs trains leaving Hochelaga in the direction of Mile End.
9. The Signalmen or Operators at South Jet., St. Luc Jet., Outremont, Bresiay, Mile End, Hochelaga and Place Viger must not
permit a train to leave until five minutes after departure of train ahead, and when following a train carrying passengers until ten
minutes after its departure, unless a report of its arrival at the next station ahead has been received.
10. The Switch at South Jet. must always be set for the Montreal Jet. line, except when being: used for trains to or from St.
Luc Jet. or Atlantic Jet.
11. The locomotive whistle must not be used between Windsor Street Station and Westmount, except as prescribed by rule or to
prevent accident.
12. All trains, including yard engines, running between Montreal Jet. and North Jet. in either direction, must receive line clear
orders at Montreal Jet. or St. Luc Jet.
13. All Trains and Engines running between Adirondack Jet. and Montreal Jet., and between Adirondack Jet. and South Jet. will
run on Line Clear Orders Form D (a) issued by train dispatcher at Farnham ; "31" form of train order must be used when there
is any movement in order in addition to " Line Clear."
14. Conductors of first class trains will not register their trains at Montreal Jet. or Adirondack Jet. except when train order
signal is displayed at "Stop." Operators at these points will be held responsible for the proper registering of such trains and
signals carried by them.
15. Semaphore signals located at each side and close to Adirondack Jet. Switch indicate the position of switch. The top arm
and light of the semaphone north of the switch govern trains for the Canadian Pacific and the lower arm and light govern trains
for the New York Central. The east arm and light of the semaphore south of the switch govern trains from the Canadian Pacific and
the west arm and light govern trains from the New York Central.
16. Transfer freight extra leaves Montreal Jet. 9.00 a.m., arriving Mile End, 9.30 a.m. Returning leaves Mile End 9.45 a.m.,;arriving
Windsor Street Station 11.45z)m.   Leaves Windsor Street Station 4.35 p.m., arriving Mile End 5.50 p.m. daily.
17. Through trains shown as flag will stop at Westmount only to take on and let off passengers, Ottawa, Peterboro, Toronto'and
points beyond on lines west, and St. Johns, Que., Newport, Sherbrooke and points beyond on lines east.
18. Trains 4 and 38 will stop at Westmount for passengers from M. & O., Smiths Falls, Toronto and Havelock sections on Fridays
only.
19. Railway Crossings at Grade, Montreal Street Railway at St. Lawrence St.
20. Drawbridge over Lachine Canal between South Junction Switch and Highlands.
\    Montreal (Windsor St. and Place Viger), Outremont, Hochelaga and Mile End.
21. Registering Points
Bulletin "
22. N.Y.C. Train'626 Flags at Montreal Jet. to pick up passengers.
23. Comparison Clocks—Montreal (Windsor St. and Place Viger,) Outremont, Hochelaga and'South ?Jct. (for trains to and from
Farnhsm for Smiths Falls Sec.)
 TIME TABUS No. 37— FEBRUARY 23rd, 1908.
MONTREAL (Place Viger) TO BRESLAY—WESTBOUND TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION—READ DOWN
THIRD
JLASS
119
hrough
reight
Daily
x Sun.
SECOND
CLASS
.M.
10.30
10.50
10.52
P.M.
77
Fast
Freight
/ Daily
•x. Sun.
P.M.
s   8.00
8.10
i    8.55
8.57
P.M.
FIRST CLASS
39
139
Quebec   'St, Jerome
Psgr.
/ Daily ex
|Sat. & Sun
Psgr.
/Daily
P.M.
|s 11.30
11.37
|s 11.50
11.51
P.M.
73
Ottawa
and
StEust'che
Psgr.
/Daily
ex Sun.
P.M.
s   6.35
6.40
6.49
6.50
P.M.
P. M.
s   5.45
5.50
6.05
6.06
P. M.
129
St. Gabriel
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
P. M.
s   5.00
5.05
s   5.15
5.16
P.M.
67
Nomining
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
P. M.
s   4.45
4.50
5.01
5.02
P.M.
69
Three Riv,
Psgr
/ Daily
ex Sun.
P. M.
s   4.30
4.35
4.50
4.51
P. M.
99
St. Lin and
StEust'che
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
P.M.
4.15
4.20
;    4.32
4.33
P.M.
63
Quebec
Psgr.
/ Daily
p. M.
s    2.00
2.05
s    2.15
2.16
P. M.
59
Ste.Agathej
Psgr.
/Sat.
only
135
Nomining
Psgr.
/ Sun, only!/ Sun. only!
P. M.
s    1.30
1.35
1.45
1.46
P. M.
49
I Three Riv.
Psgr.
A.M.
s   9.15
A.M.
s    8.55
9.20 |     9.00
s   9.30 s    9.15
9.31 j     9.16
A.M. A.M.
41
Quebec
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
A.M.
s    8.55
9.00
9.20
9.21
A. M.
45
[Ste.Agathe
&Nomining
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
A.M.
s   8.45
8.50
s 9.01
9.02
A-M.
43
Ottawa &
StEust'che
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
A.M.
s    8.20
8.25
s    8.3S
8.39
A. M.
127
Jotiette
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
A.M.
s    8.00
8.05
8.15
8.16
A.M.
£§
0.00
2.10|
5.05
5.94
Di!
STATIONS.
.. Montreal
(Place Viger)
2.10
Hochelaga. W
2.95
..Mile End..
0.89
... Bresiay.
MC
HO
MD
BRESLAY TO MONTREAL (Place Viger)—EASTBOUND TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION—READ UP
FIRST   CLASS
40
Quebec
Psgr.
a Daily
A.M.
Is 6.30
6.23
s 6.15
6.13
A.M.
42
St. Jerome]
&
Ste.Agathej
Psqr.
a Daily
ex Sun.
A.M.
s   8.30
8.23
8.15
8.13
A.M.
122
St. Gabriel
Psgr.
a Daily
ex Sun
A.M.
8     9.15
9.08
s 9.01
8.59
A.M.
98
St. Lin &
StEust'che
Psgr.
a Daily
ex Sun.
A.M.
9.35
9.27
9.20
9.17
A.M.
46
Three Riv.
Psgr.
a Daily
ex Sun,
A.M.
s   9.55
\
9.47
9.38
9.35
A.M.
48
Nomining
Psgr.
a Daily
ex Sun.
A.M.
8.11.00
10.53
s 10.48
10.47
A.M.
30
Ottawa
Psgr.
a Daily
ex Sun.
P.M.
s 12.45
12.38
12.30
s 12.23
12.21
P.M.
54
Quebec
Psgr.
a Daily
ex Sun.
126
St. Gabriel
Psgr.
a Daily
ex Sun.
P. M.
s 2 50
2 43
s 2.38
2.35
P. M.
P.M.
s   6.05
5.58
s.   5.50
5.47
P.M.
64
Quebec
Psgr
a Daily
62
Ste.Agathe
and
StEust'che]
Psgr.
a Tues.
Thurs. and
Fri. only
P.M.
s    6.45
6.38
s   6.32
6.25
P.M.
66
Ste.Agathe
&Nomining Three Riv.
Psgr.
tfSun.Mon.     Psgr.
Wed. and
Sat. only a Sun, only
P.M.
s    7.05
6.58
6.49
6.46
P.M.
76
P.M.     ;     P.M.
s   9.45 s   9.55
9.38
s   9.29
9.28
P.M.
MONTREAL (Windsor Street)   MONTREAL JCT -WESTBOUND TRAINS-INFERIOR DIRECTION-READ DOWN
5E
o
OOj
|66
791
DN
DN
D N
STATIONS
.... Montreal WT
.Windsor Street....
1.66
.. ..Westmount	
3.13
..Montreal Jet	
W J
MW
B N
FIRST CLASS
652
N. Y. C.
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
A.M.
i 8.00
8.04
^8.09
A.M.
101
Transfer
/ Daily
ex Sun.
207
Sherbro'ke
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun,
A.M.
s 8.05
f 8.10
s 8.15
A. M.
A.M.
s   8.30
f   8.34
s 8.42
A.M.
35
Ottawa
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
A.M.
8.35
8.38
8.43
A.M.
265
N.Y.
Rutland
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
A.M.
s 8.50
8.54
s 9.00
A.M.
23
Ottawa
Psgr.
/Sun.
only
A.M.
s 8.55
f 9.00
s 9.07
A.M.
11
Boston
Psgr.
/ Daily
A.M.
s 9.00
f 9.04
s 9.10
A. M.
3
Toronto
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
A.M.
s 9.05
f 9.11
s 9.17
A.M.
620
N.Y.C.
Psgr.
/ Sun.
only
A.M.
s 9.15
9.20
s 9.25
A.M.
Imperial
Limited
/ Daily
A. M
s 10.101
10.15
s 10.20
A, M.
622
N.Y.C.
Psgr.
/Daily
ex Sat.
and Sun,
43
Vaudreuil
Psgr.
/ Sun. only
A.M.
slO.20
10.24
slO.30
A.M.
27
PtF'rt'ne
Psgr.
/ Sat only
P.M.
s 12.01
f 12.06
s 12.11
P.M.
P.M.
s 1.30
f 1.35
s 1.42
P.M.
624
N.Y. C.
Psgr.
/Sat.
only
P.M.
i 1.35
1.40
i 1.45
P.M.
37
Ottawa
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
.    P.M.
s 4.00
4.03
4. OF;
P.M.
25
Perth
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
P.M.
s 4.15
f 4.20
s 4.25
P.M.
13
Newport
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
P.M.
s 4.30
f 4.35
s 4.42
P.M.
626
N.Y.C.
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
P.M.
s 5.10
5.15
5.20
P.M.
29
PtF'rt'ne!
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sat
and Sun
P.M.
s 5.15
f 5.20
s 5.25
P.M.
31
Montreal
Jet.
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
P.M.
8 6.15
f 6.20
s 6.27
P.M.
251
N. Y.
Rutland
Psgr.
/ Daily
P.M.
7.10
7.14
7.20
P.M.
Halifax
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sat.
P.M.
s 7.25
f 7.29
s 7.35
P.M.
15
Boston
Psgr.
/Daily
P.M.
s 7.45
f 7.49
s 7.55
P.M.
654
N. Y. C.
Psgr.
/ Daily
P.M.
s 7.55
8.00
s 8.05
P.M.
So*
Psgr,
/Daily
P.M.
9.40
9.45
9.50
P.M.
Toronto
Psgr.
/Daily
P.M
8 10.001
f 10.05
s 10.101
P.M.
97
Pacific
Express
/Daily
P.M
8   10.10]
10.15
s 10.22
P.M,
MONTREAL  JCT.   TO   MONTREAL   (Windsor   Street)-EASTBOUND TRAINS-SUPERIOR DIRECTION-READ   DOWN
DN
DN]
)|D N
STATIONS
..Montreal Jet	
3.13
....Westmount	
1.66
.. . Montreal W )
Windsor Street.... )
Ar.
B.N
MW
W J
FIRST CLASS
252
N. Y.
Rutland
Psgr.
/ Daily
A.M.
is 7.19
7.25
7.30
A.M.
6
Toronto
Psgr.
/ Daily
A.M.
8 7,33
f 7.40
8 7.45
A.M.
Soo
Psgr.
/ Daily
A.M.
s 7.50
7.55
s 8.00
A.M.
621
N.Y.C.
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
A.M.
s 8.00
8.07
s8.15
A.M.
12
Boston
Psgr.
/ Daily
A.M.
s8.09
f 8.15
8.20
A.M.
96
Atlantic
Express
/ Daily
A.M.
f 8.15
8.20
s 8.25
A.M.
28
Pt F'rt'ne
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
lO
Halifax
/ Daily
ex. Mon.
A.M.
s 8.40
f 8.45
s 8.50
A.M.
A.M.
s8.42
f 8.50
s 8.55
A.M.
655
N.Y.C.
Psgr.
/ Daily
A.M.
s 9.45
9.50
s 9.55
A.M.
36
Ottawa
Psgr.
/Daily
ex. Sun.
A.M.
11.40|
11.45
s 11.501
A.M.
14
Newport
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
A.M.
s 11.48!
f 11.55
a 12.00!
noon
26
Perth
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
623
N. Y.C,
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
P.M,
s 12.03!
f 12.10
s 12.15]
P.M
P.M.
s 1.55
2.00
s 2.05
P.M.
625
N.Y.C.
Psgr.
/Sat.
only
P.M.
s 4.30
4.35
s 4.40
P.M.
40
Vaudreuil
Psgr.
/ Sun. only
P.M.
8    5.59
s   6.05
s    6.10
P.M.
Imperial
Limited
/ Daily
P. M.
6.25
6.30
s 6.35
- Km.
210
Sherbro'ke
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
P.M.
s    6.28
f   6.35
s   6.40
P.M.
Toronto
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
P.M.
s 6.39
f 6.44
s 6.50
P.M.
38
Ottawa
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex- Sun.
P.M.
7.05
7.10
s 7.15
P.M.
106
transfer
/ Daily
P. M.
s 7.10
f 7.15
s 7.20
P.M.
627
N.Y.C.
Psgr.
/Sun.
only
P.M.
s 8.50
8.55
s 9.00
P.M.
16
Boston
Psgr.
/ Daily
P.M.
s 9.14
f 9.20
i 9.25
P.M.
651
N.Y.C.
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
P.M.
s 9.38
9.45
s 9.50
P.M.
264
N.Y.
Rutland
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
P.M.
s 9.45
9.50
s 9.55
P.M.
24
Ottawa
Psgr
/Sun.
only
P.M.
s 9.45
f 9.53
elO.OO
P.M.
9.48
s   9.40
9.37
P.M.
68
Ottawa
Psgr.
a Daily
ex Sun.
P.M.
s 10.35
10.27
s 10.20
10.14
P.M.
SECOND
CLASS
78
Fast
Freight
a Daily
ex. Mon.
A.M.
6.05
5.57
i   5.45
5.33
A.M.
THIRI
CLAS
12
Throu
Freigl
a Dai!
ex Mo
A.M
|s   6.
|s    6.
5.
^s
1
 DOUBLE   TRACK
Double Track extends from Windsor Street Station to Vaudreuil, from South Junction at Montreal
Junction, via Mile End, to Place Viger Station, and from Farnham to Brigham Jet.
Single Track Rules and Train Order Forms govern, with the following alterations and additions
Definitions.
Current of Traffic.—The direction,] in which trains will
move on a main track, under Rule D. 151.
Movement of Trains.
D. 83—in place of Single Track Rule 83.—A train must
not leave its initial station on any section or branch, or a
junction, until it has been ascertained whether all superior
trains due have left.
D. 93 (a)—in place of Single Track Rule 93 (a)—A regular
train may pass and run ahead of a train of the same class or
its sections. A section may pass and run ahead of another
section of the same train, first exchanging orders, signals and
numbers with the section to be passed. An extra train may
pass and run ahead of extra and second and third class train
or their sections.
D. 95 (a)—in place of Single Track Rule 95 (a)—A train
must not display green signals for a following section without
an order from the train despatcher, except as prescribed by
Rules D. 93 (a) and 94.
D. 97.—Work extras must move with the current of traffic,
unless otherwise directed by train order.
D. 101—addition to Rule 101.—The front portion must
give the train parted signal to trains running in the opposite
direction. A train receiving this signal from a train on the
other track must stop and then proceed with caution until
the detached portion of the train has been passed. When a
train breaks down so it may obstruct the other track, trains
on that track must be stopped.
D. 151.—Trains must keep to the right unless otherwise
provided.
D. 151 (a)—Trains having work to do requiring them to
cross over to, or obstruct, the other track, may do so, provided
no passenger train is due and there is no approaching train on
that track in sight.
D. 152.—When a train crosses over to, or obstructs, the
other track, unless otherwise provided, it must first be protected, as prescribed by Rule 99, in both directions on that
track ; before returning, it must first, unless otherwise provided, be protected against the current of traffic, as prescribed by
Rule 99, on its own track.
D. 153.—Trains must use caution in passing a train
receiving or discharging passengers at a station, and must not
pass between it and the platform at which the passengers are
being received or discharged.
D. 153 (a).—When two passenger trains approach a station
at or about the same time, the east or southbound train has
the right to go to the station platform first.
D. 154.—When passing trains on the other track, snow
plows working, must not be run at a speed exceeding ten miles
per hour, and points must be lifted and wings closed.
Flangers must be lifted when passing trains on the other
track.
D. 155.—Trains must not run over cross-over switches, or
the switch at the end of the double track at Ste. Annes, at a
speed exceeding fifteen (15) miles per hour.
Forms of Train Orders.
Amendments to Form H.
The track or tracks which a work extra is to use musi
always be specified by adding to Form H (1) " on eastbound
track,'' "on westbound track" or "on both tracks," as the
case may be.
A work extra must not move against the current of
traffic unless otherwise directed by adding to Form H
(1) "in both directions on eastbound (or westbound) track,''
or "in both directions on both tracks," as the case may be.
When a work extra is directed to protect itself, protection
against the current of traffic only is required, unless protection
in both directions is specified, as, "protecting itself in both
directions."
D—Form R.    Providing for a Movement Against the Current
of Traffic.
 has right over opposing trains on track to	
EXAMPLE.
(1) No. 1 has right over opposing trains on eastbound
track Mecca to Mirbat.
A train must not be moved against the current of traffic
until the track on which it is to run has been cleared of
opposing trains.
Under this order the first named train must use the track
specified between the two points named and has right to track
over opposing trains on that track between those points. A
copy of this order must be addressed to the operator at the
point last named. Opposing trains must not leave the point
last named until the first named train arrives.
An inferior train between the points named moving with
the current of traffic in the same direction as the first
named train, may, if it receives a copy of the order, proceed
to the last named point without regard to the first named
train.
This order may be modified as follows:
(2.) After —arrives  at has right over
opposing trains on track to .
EXAMPLE.
After No. 4 arrives at Mecca No. 1 has right over opposing
trains on eastbound track Mecca to Mirbat.
Under (2) the train to be moved against the current of
traffic must not leave the first named point until the arrival of
the first named train.
D—Form 8.   Providing for the Use of a Section of Double
Track as Single Track.
and
- track will be used as single track between	
If it is desired to limit the time for such use add (from
 until ).
EXAMPLE.
Westbound track will be used as single track between Mecca
and Mirbat.
Adding if desired
from (one) 1.00 p.m. until (three) 3.00 p.m.
Under this order all trains must use the track specified
between the points named and must be governed by rules for
single track.
Trains running against the current of traffic on the track
named must be clear of that track at the expiration of the time
named, or protected as prescribed by Rule 99.
 RULES   FOR   HALL   AUTOMATIC   ELECTRIC   BLOCK   SIGNALS.
Between  Montreal (Windsor St.) and Ste. Annes.
1.—The movement of trains between Montreal (Windsor Street) and St.
Annes, will be governed by Hall Automatic Electrical Normal Danger
Block Signals.
2.—The Eastbound and Westbound track are divided into blocks. The
Signals for the Westbound track have odd numbers, and for the
Eastbound track even numbers, and are on posts located at the entrance
of each block to the right of the track they govern as follows:—
WESTBOUND   TRACK.
Signal
No.   1 at 400 ft. east of Guy Street.
"     la at' 560 ft. west of Seigneurs
Street.
"     3 at Greene Ave.
"     3b at 359 ft. west of old West-
mount Station.
-"     5 at Cote St. Luc Road.
"     7 at First Overhead Bridge.
"     9 at Half-Mile east of Montreal Jet. Station.
"   11 and 13 at East end of Montreal Junction yard.
"    15— 216 feet East of M P. 1,
S.F. Sec.
«     i7_ 720 feet West of M.P. 1
19—3990
21—1900
23—2160
25— 420
27—1080
29—3290
31— 220
East
10
12
14
15
EASTBOUND TRACK.
Signal
No.   2 at East end  Montreal Jet.
yard.
4 at First Overhead Bridge.
6 at Cross-over West of Cote
St. Luc Road.
8 at East  of old Westmount
Station.
8y, 325 ft, west of Green© Ave.
10 at East of Atwater Avenue.
lOx, 660 ft. west of Seigneurs St.
12 at 330 ft. west of Guy Street.
16—3180 feet East of M.P. 1,
S.F. Sec.
18—2720 feet West
1
20—   60    "   East
3
22— 980    "   West
5
24—2160    "   East
8
26— 410    "   West
9
28—                   At
*     11
30—2010    "    East
'     13
32—1560    "   West
'     14
3.—Except on the extreme west post on the Westbound track at Montreal
Jet., on which there are two home signals—11 and 13—and one distant
signal, and the extreme east post on the Eastbound track on which
there is one home signal (No. 12) and no distant signal—there are a
home and a distant signal on each post, the former, which indicates the
condition of the block ahead, placed above the latter, which indicates
the condition of the two blocks ahead.
4# Signal No. 11 on Westbound track at Montreal Jet., when clear, will indicate that the block ahead is clear and that all switches in the block are
set for the straight track. Signal No. 13 on the Westbound track at
Montreal Jet., when clear, indicates that train will cross over to the
south track, that cross-over switches are so set, and that south track
is clear to east end of station platform. These signals, which are on
the same post, may be passed when either one stands at " Clear," not
otherwise, unless the train receives hand signal to proceed.
5. Signal No. 12, on Eastbound track near Guy Street, is controlled from
switchman's shanty,   and when cleared will indicate   "proceed into
the yard."
AT WESTERN JUNCTION.
Signal No. 17 situated west of mileage 1 Smiths Falls Section governs
trains coming out from South Junction Branch to Westbound track and will
indicate clear when branch and cross-over switches are set for this route
providing there is no train between Signal No. 18 and 300 feet east of Signal
No. 17 and no train between Signal No. 15 and slotted home Signal No. 31.
Trains requiring to use above route must be governed by indicators. See
rule No. 11.
Slotted Home Signals No. 31 and 29 located 550 feet East of Western
*«^W^ion and Nos. 2 and 3 located 600 feet West of Western Junction are
overned by Interlocking rules.
HOME SIGNALS.
6.—A red disc by day and in addition a red light by night, hereinafter referred to as "Stop Signals", will be displayed when the block ahead
is not clear, and will indicate "Stop." The red disc withdrawn from
view and in addition a green light by night, hereinafter referred to as
" Clear Signals " will be displayed when the block ahead is clear, and
will indicate "Proceed." The normal indication of a Home Signal is
" Stop." Home signals will be cleared by an approaching train :—
A.    If there is no train in the block ahead.
If all main line switches in that block are set right.
If all engines and cars on sidings are standing clear of trains
passing over main track in that block.
If there is no broken rail in that block,
rain stopped by a Home Signal may proceed :—
a. When the signal is cleared.
b. After waiting two minutes,  running with caution and under
control to the next clear Home Signal,
A train passing a stop signal will be held responsible for striking
train or obstruction ahead.
The face of a Home Signal Case is painted  BLACK and the   back
YELLOW, fc
B.
0.
D.
, mx
^DISTANT SIGNALS.
7.—A yellow disc by day and in addition a yellow light by night, hereinafter
referred to as " Caution Signals ", will be displayed when the next two
blocks in advance are not clear, and will indicate "Caution." The
yellow disc withdrawn from view and in addition a green light by
night, hereinafter referred to as "Clear Signals", wiill be displayed
when the next two blocks in advance are clear, and will indicate
" Proceed." The normal indication of a distant signal is " Caution ".
It will be cleared by an approaching train if both Home Signals which
govern the next two blocks in advance indicate " Proceed ". A train
passing a Caution Signal must reduced speed and be under such control that it can be stopped before passing the next Home Signal ahead,
which may be expected to be found displayed at "Stop." The face
of a Distant Signal Case is painted WHITE and the back YELLOW.
*8.—The absence of a light at night, or an improperly displayed light or disc
at any time in either Home or Distant Signals, must be regarded as a
Stop or Caution Signal respectively, and trains must be governed
accordingly.
9.—A small portion of the red and yellow discs will, even when signals are
Clear, be visible at the upper left hand edge of the opening in the Signal
Case to show that the disc is there and connected with the Signal
Instrument.
10.—When a signal is out of service the fact will be indicated by covering its
number. Trains finding a signal out of service will, unless otherwise
directed, proceed with caution to the next signal.
11.—An Indicator is placed at each switch in the Block Signal District,
showing when there is a train or other obstruction in that block or the
preceding block. Such a switch must not be thrown when Indicator
shows red, only when it shows Clear, Cross-over Indicators are located,
as follows:—Eastbound Indicator at Westbound Switch, Westbound
Indicator at Eastbound Switch. A Train requiring to use Cross-over-may
do so when Indicator shows clear at first Switch on same side as train
is standing.
12.—As the opening of a switch at either end of a main-track cross-over will
hold the signals on both tracks at "Stop," no switch at a cross-over
must be opened until the movement of the train is to be made.
13.—Any train stopped by a Block Signal, or leaving part of the train in one
block to do work in the next block, or making any unusual stop, must be
protected by flagman as per rule 99. Block Signals must not be regarded
as any protection in any such case.
14.—Block Signals govern trains moving with the current of traffic only^
15.—Block Signals regulate the use of the blocks, but, unless otherwise
provided, do not affect the movements of trains under the time-table or
train rules ; nor dispense with the use or the observance of other signals
whenever they may be required.
16.—All trainmen must be sure to set cars back in siding beyond the wooden
fish-plates and back of the safety blocks, as otherwise the signal for that
block will not clear for an approaching train.
17.—Conductors must report by wire to the Superintendent from the first
telegraph station all delays caused by signals, giving the number of the
signal and cause if known, as per form No. 373. Engineers must at the
end of their run fill out a blank report card, Form No. 373a, for each stop
they have been obliged to make by reason of the Signal System, and
send such report to the Superintendent. Track Foreman and other
employees will also report promptly by wire any defect noticed in the
signals, wire or other appurtenances of the system.
18.—Trackmen must not make any change in track which will interfere with
the Signal System without notifying the Signal Inspector and, except in
case of emergency, receiving his consent.
 TIME   TABLE   No.   27—FEBRUARY   23rd,    1908.
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MILE END, BRESLAY AND MONTREAL JCT. TO ADIRONDACK JCT.—SOUTHBOUND—SUPERIOR DIRECTION—READ DOWN
FIRST CLASS
SECOND CLASS
THIRD CLASS
652
N.Y.C.
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
207
Sherb'ke
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
265
N.Y.
Rutland
Psgr,
/Daily
ex Sun.
102
Transfer
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
11
Boston
Psgr.
/ Daily
620
N.Y.C.
Psgr
/Sun.
only
622
N. Y. C.
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
624
N.Y.C.
Psgr.
/ Sat.
only
13
Newport
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
626
N.Y.C.
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
106
Transfer
/ Daily
251
'    N.Y.
Rutland
Psgr.
/Daily
9
Halifax
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sat.
15
Boston
Psgr.
/ Daily
1   654
N.Y.C.
Psgr.
/ Daily
51
Through
Freight
/Daily
19
Prov.
Freight
/ Daily
1   57
Ontario
Mdse.
Freight
/Daily
ex
Sat & Sun
85
Maritime
Prov.
Freight
/ Daily
682
N.Y.C.
Freight
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
91
Freight
/Daily
95
Freight
/ Daily
103
Freight
/ Daily
50.66
50,28
49.63
45.50
44.52
DN
DN
D N
DN
 Mile End....;	
MD
B Y
0 A
A J
A.M.
s 8.50
P. M.
s 6.40
0.89
 .. .Bresiay	
0.65
 Outremont. W
f 8.53
f 9.00
9.02
f 6.44
f 6.53
s 6.55
A.M.
s)2.30
s-12.46
A.M.
P.M.
8 7.00
s 7.35
P.M.
P.M.
s 9.30
9.48
9.52
P.M.
s 11.00
11.18
11.22
A.M.
s 9.30
9.48
9.56
P.M.
s 4.30
4.45
4.53
>   :              4.13
  St. Luc Jet	
"
0.98
 North Jet	
]
0.88
0.00
DN
 Montreal Jet	
B N
A. M
s8.09
A.M.
88.42-
A. M.
s 9.00
s 9.05
A.M.
A. M.
s-9.10
A. M.
s 9.25
A. M.
810.30
P. M.
s 1.45
P. M.   1
8 4.42
P. M.    1
5.20
a 7.08
P.M.
P.M.
s 7.20
P M.
s 7.35
P. M.
a 7.55
P.M.
a 8.05
0.93
43.91
42.46
40.66
DN
DN
DN
0.61
 South Jet	
DU
HA
D Z
8.10
8.12
8.20
A. M.
8.43
f 8.46
s 8.51
A.M.
9.01
9.04
s 9.08
A.M.
9.11
9.15
9.20
A. M.
9.26
s 9.30
s9.35
A. M.
10.31
slO.35
810,40
A. M.
1.46
s 1.50
s 1.55
P. M.
4.43      5.21
7.21
7.24
s 7.27
7.36
7.39
f 7.42
7.56
7.59
8.04
P.M.     1
8.06
8.10
8.15
P. M.
A.M.    1
a 2.42
2.47
s 2.53
A.M.
9.54
9.*58
310.05
P.M.
11.24    9.58
11.28  10.02
s 11.40 slO.10
P.M.        A.M.
A.M.
511.40
11.45
311.53
A. M.
4.55
5.00
s 5.08
P.M.
1.45
 Highlands  	
s 4.46
s 4.50
P. M.
8 5.25
s 5.30
1.80
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THIRD CLASS
252
N.Y.
Rutland
Psgr.
/ Daily
621
N.Y.C.
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
12
Boston
Psgr.
/ Daily
101
Transfer
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
10
Halifax
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Mon.
655
N.Y.C.
Psgr.
/ Daily
14
Newport
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
623
N.Y.C.
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
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N.Y.C.
Psgr.
/Sat.
only
210
Sherb'ke
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
627
N.Y.C.
Psgr.
/Sun
only
16
Boston
Psgr.
/ Daily
264
N.Y.
Ru land
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex Sun.
651
N.Y.C,
Psgr.
1 / Daily
ex. Sun.
685
N.Y.C.
1  Freight
/ Daily
ex Tues.
86
Maritime
!   Prov.
Freight
| / Daily
20
Interstate
Mdse
Freight
/Daily
|   56
Stock &
Mdse.
> / Daily
ex Sun.
& Mon
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Freight
/Daily
74
Freight
/ Daily
72
Freight
/Daily
1 40.66
42.46
43.91
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D N
D N
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1.80
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D Z
HA
D U
A.M.
s 7,10
7.13
7.15
A.M.
s 7.50
s 7.54
7.56
A.M.
s 7.58
8.02
8.05
A.M.
8.28
8.32
8.35
A.M.
s9.35
9.39
9.42
A. M.
8 11.32
s 11.37
11.40
P.M.
s 1.43
f 1.47
1.50
P. M.
s 4.18
s 4.22
4.25
P.M.
s 6.17
f 6.22
6.25
P. M.
s 8.40
s 8.41
8.44
P. M.
9.00
9.03
9.06
P.M.
s 9.37
9.41
9.43
P.M.
s 9.28
9.32
9.34
A.M.
s 1.20
1.26
1.30
A.M.
s 5.10
5.19
5.24
A.M.
s 6.25
6.30
6.34
*
•
1.45
.........South  Jet...........
0.93
0.00
DN
 Montreal Jet	
0.88
B N
s 7.19
1    A.M.
is 8.00
1    A.M.
s8.09
A.M.
A.M.
s 8.20
s8.42
A.M.
s 9.45
A.M.
<
s 11.48
A. M.
mi
s 1.55
P.M.
s 4.30
P. M.
s 6". 28
P.M.
s 8.50
P. M.
s 9.14
P. M
s 9.45
P.M.
s 9.38
P. M.
44.52
45.50
49.63
50.28
50.66
DN
DN
DN
DN
0.61
North Jot	
A J
0 A
BY
MD
8.22
f 8.25
f 8.35
1.34
1.40
s 2.00
A. M.
5.30
5.38
s 6.00
A. M.
6.36
s 6.40
A.M.
P. M.
8 1.23
s 1.40
.P. M.
A.M.
812.10
812.30
A.M.
A.M.
s 5.35
s 5.55
A.M.
P.M.
s 5.50
s 6.10
P.M.
•
0.98
St Luo Jet
-
4.13
. (liitrpniftnt  W
0.65
0.89
Mile Fnri.
s 8.40
A.M.
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  SPECIAL RULES.
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 and third class trains running in sections must give identification tickets (Form
1432) to all extra trains, and to all second and third-class trains over which they have right to track by
class or direction, Such latter trains must reeeive such identification tickets or stop the other train te
ascertain its identity.    Observe Rule 90 (a).
B—Between the hours of 8.00 p.m. and 8.00 a.m. the train order signal at an open telegraph
office at a station not equipped with Yard Limit signals, must indicate "stop" when there is an
operator on duty, except when changed to " proceed " to allow a train to pass for which there are no
orders, when the operator must clear the signal sufficiently in advance of the train to avoid delay to it and
hold the signal, (not fasten it) at "proceed" until he has seen the markers, and they have passed the
signal 300 feet, when he must restore the signal to " stop." If there are orders for any train, the train
order signal must not be changed to " proceed " except on an order Form J (b).
C—Employees must not ride on top of ears passing under overhead bridges, or through tunnels
at which there is not sufficient clearance,
D—Whenever the time table specifies that a train in the superior direction will take the siding when
meeting an opposing train, as per special rule " D," it applies to the schedule meeting point, as indicated
by figures in full faced type, and also applies (unless the order otherwise prescribes), to any meeting
point fixed by train order, except the initial point of the train in the superior direction.
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