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 CP
Rail
Pacific Region
Revelstoke, Canyon, Vancouver,
Kootenay, Esquimalt and Nanaimo Divisions
Time Table
Taking Effect at
0001 Sunday April 30,1972
Governed by Pacific Standard Time
For the Information and Guidance of Employees Only
Instill... Achieve... Endorse... Maintain..
J. N. Fraine
Senior Regional Vice-President
W. W. Stinson
General Manager,
Operation and Maintenance
J. H. Geddis      I
Superintendent Transportation
 TIME TABLE  No. 98,  APRIL 30,   1972
MEDICAL OFFICERS
DR. G. EARLE WIGHT, Chief of Medical Service
Room 501, Windsor Station, Montreal UN 1-6811
DR. WM. L. MAY, Assistant Chief of Medical Service
Room 501, Windsor Station, Montreal UN 1-6811
DR. J. GABOURY, Assistant to Chief of Medical Service
Room 501, Windsor Station, Montreal UN 1-6811
DR. T. W. WARNE, British Columbia Area Medical Officer
Room 311, OP. Station, Vancouver 681-2212 - 733-4346
DR. G. B. BIGELOW, Vancouver Island Area Medical Officer
1121 Yates St., Victoria, Phone 385-3465 - 383-0527
Name
Telephone No.
Office Residence
City or Town
DR. B. T. DUNHAM  681-8633
DR. J. H. MURDOCH .261-6944
DR. R. D. MacKAY 525-1712
DR. J. F. AVERY  327-1716
DR. L. V. MASON 598-3717
DR. R. C. TALMEY 278-8435
DR. ARTHUR D. VAN WART 266-4250
DR. H. GORDON BAKER 922-2020
DR. R. A. McEACHREN .433-1268
DR. J. H. MOORE  .477-1125
DR. W. T. WONG 385-3465
DR. G. S. WALLACE 388-6624
DR. R. W. DAVIDSON 384-3712
DR. J. S. GOODBRAND  .746-5115
DR. W. C. B. JANES .746-7181
DR. T. WICKHAM 245-2235
DR. M. T. SCOTT-KERR 753-3431
DR. L. GIOVANDO 753-3431
DR. J. E. JOHNSON ... 753-3431
DR. A. G. MacDONALD  752-6731
DR. H. I. WILLIAMS 334-4411
DR. J. B. LUNAM 334-4411
DR. N. H. JONES 724-1215
DR. A. P. MILLER 723-3211
DR. J. DEPEW 587-6228
DR. J. A. BAIRD  942-7227
DR. G. A. SACKVILLE 522-0234
DR. M. A. ALFORD K 853-3311
DR. J. P. PAWLOVICH  853-3311
DR. R. D. MORRISON 869-5637
DR. H. M. LYNNES 453-2525
DR. J. F. B. BEESLEY .  —372-5251
DR. B. K. MacKAY  872-5251
DR. K. K. SOGA 372-5251
DR. I. ROSE 872-5251
DR. R. R. CUNDY 832-2051
DR. H. J. ALEXANDER 542-4321
DR. T. S. G. McMURTRY 542-4321
DR. R. HAUGEN i23Ejfe. 546-2036
DR. E. P. CARRUTHERS  762-2740
DR. H. E. HAMER  837-2112
DR. G. S. BATTERSBY  837-2112
DR. F. B. MAXFIELD 265-3232
DR. E. GORDON LAPP 344-2211
DR. J. E. TAYLOR 344-2211
DR. A. W. J. TROTT 344-2211
DR. W. H. WHITE 492-3024
DR. W. A. WICKETT .492-3024
DR. A. R. HICKS 295-3228
DR. R. T. HEWSON 378-2286
DR. D. VALLIS . 445-6521
DR. D. A. PERLEY 442-8233
DR. E. E. TOMASHEWSKY 442-8233
DR. J. V. HALL 365-7131
DR. J. S. DALY 368-5211
DR. W. J. ENDICOTT 368-5211
DR. J. R. HARRIGAN 368-5211
DR. H. B. DIMOCK 368-5211
DR. J. G. M. McMURCHY 352-6611
DR. J. M. HARTLEY 352-6611
DR. K. L. MUTH 352-6611
DR. J. V. MURRAY .428-2277
DR. W. O. GREEN 426-2201
DR. C. W. BROCKINGTON .426-2201
DR. E. J. SHEPPARD 426-2201
DR. J. F. McK. MUGAN — 426-2201
DR. G. A. DUTHIE 342-9221
DR. G. W. LEROUX .423-6404
DR. M. McRITCHIE _ 423-6404
DR. S. EAST 423-6404
DR. L. R. AMUNDSEN 562-2243
266-7044 Vancouver
874-4692 Vancouver
266-4711 Vancouver
266-7633 Vancouver
526-6801 Vancouver
278-6610 Vancouver
263-8220 Vancouver
922-7411 ..— •—-•• West Vancouver
433-1268 Burnaby
477-1125 Victoria
592-4073 Victoria
388-6624 Victoria
388-5335 -J&  Victoria
746-6672  Duncan
746-4710 .«~.~ Duncan
245-3135 Ladysmith
758-7243 Nanaimo
753-1375 .~~...~.~~....~~. .......Nanaimo
754-9552 Nanaimo
752-9343 Qualicum Beach
339-2515 Courtenay
339-2524 .^~..™.. . ~~ Courtenay
723-5724  Port Alberni
723-3810 Port Alberni
287-3600 Campbell River
942-7454 ...Coquitlam
521-6822 New Westminster
859-8742 jk Abbotsford
853-3122 Abbotsford
869-5741 .Hope
453-2321 Ashcroft
372-7373 Kamloops
374-4342 Kamloops
372-5446 .Kamloops
372-3832 Kamloops
832-2051 Salmon Arm
542-5678 Vernon
542-3144 Vernon
546-2786—..w...w.......—...................... Armstrong
762-3490 Kelowna
837-3183 .Revelstoke
837-4540 Revelstoke
265-3200 Nakusp
344-2341 Golden
344-6135 Golden
344-2741 .Golden
492-4117 .Penticton
492-4256 Penticton
295-6355 .Princeton
378-2433 .Merritt
445-6400.
442-3243	
442-3153	
365-7836	
368-3500......
368-3464	
..... Greenwood
..._..... Grand Forks
 Grand Forks
h Castlegar
 .Trail
.....Trail
368-5400   .Trail
368-8383 .  . l~Trail
352-2614 ZJjSehon
352-3792 Nelson
352-3755...^^. ^^W.^M.  Nelson
428-2400 ZZZcreston
426-2488 Cranbrook
426-3150 Cranbrook
2HP5 Cranbrook
426-2300-.  Cranbrook
345-6132 Invermere
423-4256 Fcrnic
423-4254....~~....... .........Fernie
423-4320 Fernie
562-2159 Blairmore
 TIME  TABLE  No.  98,  APRIL 30,   1972
Subdivision
Mountain _.„ -—,.,.
Okanagan .. ........
Osoyoos __
Shuswap HS
Windermere
Page
6
10
11
8
4
REVELSTOKE  DIVISION
Field to Revelstoke  j|	
Sicamous to Kelowna (including 335 miles CN. Joint Track)
Penticton to Osoyoos  --,„......„ ,,,,.         	
Revelstoke to Kamloops
L. A. HILL, Superintendent, Revelstoke
W. F. PAFFARD
Miles
    125.7
      36.1
     127.1
Fort Steele to Golden     142.5
5lTI
Asst. Superintendent,
Revelstoke.
D. I. FARRELL,
Trainmaster,
Revelstoke.
Subdivision
Cascade . .^_ .
Mission ..	
Princeton 	
Thompson   , , .,,,-
J. PETLEY,
Asst. Superintendent,
Penticton.
W. B. WARNE,
Asst. Superintendent,
Golden.
Dispatching Office at Revelstoke: Telephone 837-3221
W. W. WARNER, Chief Train Dispatcher.
K. J. YOUNG, Night Chief Train Dispatcher.
E. A. JOHNSON, Night Chief Train Dispatcher
J. J. HAWTHORNE
C. G. PROCTOR,
V. HOOTNICK
G. E. BROADFOOT
R. K. GOODMAN,
R. J. FONGER.
A. R. CLARK,
T. M. McDONALD,
Y. M. WASYLIK,
A. THREATFUL,
A. B. BAIRD
Train Dispatchers
Page
15
18
14
12
CANYON  DIVISION
North Bend to Mileage 109.6
Mission City to Huntingdon .
Penticton to Spences Bridge .
Kamloops to North Bend 	
W. R. McCRACKEN, Superintendent, Vancouver.
A. A. DUNCAN, H. M. BURLEIGH,
Asst. Superintendent, Asst. Superintendent,
Kamloops.
Coquitlam.
Dispatching Office at Vancouver: Telephone 681-2234
E. D. BROWN, Chief Train Dispatcher.
W. C. KEARNEY, Night Chief Train Dispatcher.
A. j. GREEN, R. E. HURST
R. T. IRELAND, W. B. FRANKS
R. A. PORTA, A. OZEROW
S. A. GRANT, A. H. LITCHFIELD
A. J. FAZIO M. HOLYK
D. F. RANKEL
Miles
109.6
10.1
177.8
1215
419.0
Train Dispatchers
Subdivision
Cascade . .~~~~-
Cascade .. ^S
Cascade .~~~...
Westminster	
VANCOUVER DIVISION
Page Miles
15         Mileage 109.6 to Vancouver  :  19.4
15         Coquitlam Yard (including loco Spur)  .  70.9
15         Vancouver Yard .~« .~....~ ... .. . - - 634
IS         Coquitlam to New Westminster .. — - ~—-.——~  8.4
16T5
A. E. HILLING, Superintendent, Vancouver. Dispatching Office at Vancouver: Telephone 681-2234
R. W. STUCKERT, Asst. Superintendent, Vancouver.     E. D. BROWN, Chief Train Dispatcher.
J. A. LINN, Asst. Superintendent, Vancouver. W. C. KEARNEY, Night Chief Train Dispatcher.
R|      Canyon Division Dispatchers will issue Train Orders for Vancouver Division.
Subdivision
Lake Cowichan —
Port Alberni	
Victoria ._~	
A. E. HILLING,
Superintendent,
Vancouver.
Page
21
22
19
E and  N  DIVISION
Hayward to Lake Cowichan -.	
Parksville to Port Alberni ~~~ ~~~~
Victoria to Courtenay
A. W. GRASSIE,
Asst. Superintendent,
Nanaimo.
Dispatching Office at Victoria: Telephone 383-4727
R. L. GUY, Chief Train Dispatcher.
S. N. HUMPHREY,        H. J. KOLOGIE,
J. S. WHITTAKER,       N. J. SAVARD,
A. J. WICK, T. S. GREWAL,
A. M. ENGER.
Miles
18.0
38.8
139.7
1965
Train Dispatchers
KOOTENAY  DIVISION
Subdivision Page
Boundary     28
Carmi     30
Cranbrook     24
Fording River   23
Kaslo    32
Kimberley     25
Kingsgate    22
Nelson   26
Rossland   31
Slocan    31
Miles
126.6
133.7
Nelson to Midway _.. .,....—..—~~~—.—........—...	
Midway to Penticton ..  —. ~—~~ ~~~	
Crowsnest   to   Cranbrook      1073
Sparwood  to Fording    33.8
End of Track to Nakusp  31.2
North Star to Kimberley   16.5
Yahk to Kingsgate  105
Cranbrook to Nelson .... ~.~~   ~-  ............. 1373
Castlegar to Warfield  21.7
South Slocan to Slocan City . 313
650.4
D. W. ALEXANDER,
Superintendent,
Nelson.
R. A. MOOREY,
Asst. Superintendent,
Nelson.
E. W. BAY,
Asst. Superintendent,
Cranbrook.
Dispatching Office at Nelson: Telephone 352-5424
S. D. COSAR, Chief Train Dispatcher.
W. E. BARRY, Night Chief Train Dispatcher.
M. L. GUILBEAULT,    C P. MUSCHIK,
R. M. MACKENZIE,
J. S. HEIGHTON,
C. H. BLUNT,
A. W. REAR,
W. J. CALLAGHAN,
T. HETHERINGTON,
K. K. FOSTER
J. J. RAZAKOFF,
W. R. PROCTOR,
W. J. LOUKIANOW.
G. ANUTOOSHKIN
r Train Dispatchers
3
 TIME TABLE  No. 98,  APRIL 30,   1972
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
99
Freight
Dally
2200
2225
2250
2305
2330
2342
0002
0025
0050
0110
0123
0135
0147
0205
0218
0236
0240
0255
0310
0320
0330
Dally
99
97
Freight
Dally
1400
1425
1450
1505
1530
1542
1602
1625
1650
1710
1723
1735
1747
1805
1818
1836
1840
1855
1910
1920
1930
Dally
97
95
Freight
Dally
0600
0625
0650
0705
0730
0742
0802
0825
0850
0910
0923
0935
0947
1005
1018
1036
1040
1055
1110
1120
1130
Dally
95
SECOND CLASS
803
Freight
Dally
1850
1911
1930
801
Freight
Dally
1942
2002
2012
2030
2050
2102
2120
2130
2140
2152
2205
2217
2234
2237
2250
2302
2310
2320
Daily
803
1050
1111
1130
805
Freight
Dally
1142
1202
1212
1230
1250
1302
1320
1330
1340
1352
1405
1417
1434
1437
1450
1502
1510
1520
Daily
801
0250
0311
0330
0342
0402
0412
0430
0450
0502
12.0
22.3
28.5
39.5
45.0
WINDERMERE
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
....   FORT   STEELE    ZYR
Jet. Cranbrook Sub.
12.0
  WASA 	
10.3
SKOOKUMCHUCK    WZY
    6.2   	
0520
0530
0540
0552
0605
0617
0634
0637
0650
0702
0710
0720
Daily
805
53.7
64.0
68.8
77.6
83.0
88.0
94.0
101.6
108.6
117.7
119.6
127.0
134.0
138.0
142.5
  TORRENT 	
11.0
. CANAL FLATS   ZY
5.5
COLUMBIA LAKE 	
    8.7   	
FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS 	
10.3
  GOLDIE t*uv.v.M 	
4.8
LAKE WINDERMERE  ZYW
    8.8   	
.22 £
12 £P
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8UPERI0R
DIRECTION
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Yard
123
51
150
170
NR
.   RADIUM    Z
5.4
EDGEWATER    	
5.0
... LUXOR 	
    6.0   	
  BRISCO 	
7.6
SPILLIMACHEEN
7.0
HARROGATE
    9.1    	
 SEENEY	
1.9
...   PARSON    Z
7.4
.    McMURDO   	
7.0
HORSE CREEK 	
    4.0   	
. NICHOLSON ..
4.5
...   GOLDEN   ....
Jet. Mountain Sub.
ZK
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93A applies.
MA
GD.
170
NR
150
NU
NR
150
NR
150
NR
150
NR
NR
150
NR
Yard
See Windermere Subdivision Footnotes Page S
 TIME TABLE  No. 98,  APRIL 30,   1972
5
WINDERMERE SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles Per Hour
Located Between All Trains
Windermere Subdivision
Fort Steele, Mileage .0 and Mileage 42.0   35
Mileage
.0 and   2.0   15
14.6 and 14.9 (on curve)   30
22.8 and 25.3 (on curves)   30
37.8 and 38.0 (on curve)    30
Mileage 42.0 and Mileage 51.0  30
Mileage
48.9 and 49.1 (on curve)   25
Mileage 51.0 and Mileage 63.0  35
Mileage
55.4 and 55.7 (on curves)    30
Mileage 63.0 and Mileage 69.0   25
Mileage 69.0 and Mileage 141.5  35
Mileage
75.4 and 77.1 (on curves)    25
83.4 and 84.5 (on curves)    25
91.1 and 915 (on curves)  25
94.7 and 95.3   25
112.6 and 112.9 (on curve)   25
137.3 and 137.6 (on curve)   30
Mileage 1415 and Golden, Mileage 142.5   15
Special Instruction "C" is amended as follows: Not applicable
to trains handling a complete consist of 349, 351 series bathtub
roller bearing equipped cars. Except when weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection, other freight trains may
run seventy-five miles without stopping for standing train inspection.
Special Instruction 'J' is amended to permit the handling in
unit trains of bathtub type cars in 349, 351 series with gross weights
of up to 273500 pounds, provided the total overload of the train
does not exceed 1% of the total stencilled gross weight of cars and
lading.
RULE 99 OUTSIDE ABS — When a train stops under any
circumstances in which it may be overtaken by another train, a
flagman must immediately go back AT LEAST 2000 YARDS to
ensure full protection.
Cranbrook Subdivision junction switch at Mileage .0 interlocked
power switch is dual controlled Rule 104B applies. Interlocking is
controlled by Operator Fort Steele.
Movements over Public Crossing at grade on tail of wye Canal
Flats must come to a full stop before proceeding over crossing and
movement must be protected by member of the crew. Engines
must not go beyond Public Crossing.
STORAGE TRACKS
Location                                                        Capacity Connected
Torrent —.. 45 cars Both ends
Columbia Lake  28 caw Both ends
Radium  41 cars Both ends
Edgewater  41 cars Both ends
Brisco  49 cars Both ends
Harrogate 43 cars Both ends
Parson    45 cars Both ends
McMurdo 50 cars Both ends
Nicholson  11 cars North end
See Special Instructions pages 33 to 37 incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—
DFA-16b, c, g, DFB-16d and all units with 6 driving axles must
not exceed 10 m.pii. on siding Skookumchuck and must not operate on storage tracks.
 6
TIME  TABLE  No.  93,  APRIL 30,   1972
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
Psgr.
Dally
82
MOUNTAIN
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
"5 J?
o to
1720
S1835
1920
2015
2100
2140
Daily
1
.0
8.4
17.0
22.5
27.7
35.0
42.1
51.5
56.9
63.0
67.8
71.5
77.7
85.5
93.1
98.3
104.8
112.5
119.5
125.7
FIELD
8.4
OTTERTAIL
LEANCHOIL
5.5
PALLISER
—   5.2   	
Jet.
GLENOGLE   ....
7.3
.. GOLDEN	
Windermere Sub.
7.1
MOBERLY  	
9.4
DONALD   	
—   5.4   	
.WY
AC
.   REDGRAVE   	
6.1
BEAVERMOUTH  WY
4.8
...    ROGEBS   	
3.7
I   GRIFFITH  	
    6.2   	
STONEY CREEK
7.8
...   GLACIER   ...
    7.6   	
WY
. FLAT «hkkk 	
5.2
ILLECTLLEWAET ....
6.5
ALBERT CANYON
    7.7	
. TWIN BUTTE 	
7.0
...   GREELEY   	
6.2
. REVELSTOKE 	
BY
o
u
ID   .—
O CO
Yard
108
108
108
150
88
UO
109
115
155
140
150
107
107
136
108
Yard
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
110
155
108
Psgr.
Daily
0930
S0805
0715
0630
0550
0515
Daily
2
MOUNTAIN  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
See Special Instructions pages 33
to 37 incl. regarding 2% grades, etc.
Freight trains may be operated at
speed of 25 miles per hour Westward,
between Mileage 17.0 and 29.0, and
between Mileage 855 and 104.8—
Eastward between Mileage 76.3 and
68.9 when handled by engine equipped with pressure maintaining feature
and provided the tonnage handled is
not in excess of "A" rating for the
ascending grade for the units in consist on which the dynamic brakes are
in effective operating condition. Foot*
notes, Page 7 and Item 3 of Special
Instructions Page 33 are amended
accordingly.
Unless otherwise authorized, assisting engines used between Beavermouth and Glacier must be cut into
train behind "A" rating tonnage for
road engine.
Unless otherwise authorized, movements of assisting engines downgrade
Glacier to Revelstoke or Stoney Creek
to Beavermouth are limited to three
units when cut into train. Any additional units must be marshalled in
accordance with Clause 3 Section G
Form CS 44.
MOUNTAIN  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Following signals located to the left of direction of movement:
Eastward signal 1240 and Westward signal 1239. Revelstoke
Westward signal 1201 and Eastward dwarf signal 1190 Greeley
Eastward dwarf signal 1118 —. Twin Butte
Westward signal 1061 and Eastward dwarf signal 1050 Albert Canyon
Westward dwarf signal 991 ~~. Illecillewaet
Westward dwarf signal 935 and Eastward signal 924~.~~.Flat Creek
Westward signal 865 and Eastward signal 852B Glacier
Eastward dwarf signal 768 „~~~. ~~~~ Stoney Creek
Eastward dwarf signal 710 and Westward signal 723 Griffith
Westward signal 681 and Eastward dwarf signal 670 -——Rogers
Westward dwarf signal 637 ~~ —Beavermouth
Eastward Signal 576 and Westward Dwarf Signal 575 Redgrave
Eastward Signal 566 . . I . . Redgrave
Westward signal 521 and Eastward dwarf signal S1Q,... „r   DonaH
Westward signal 427 and Eastward dwarf signal 416 Moberly
Eastward signals 342 .™~~_.. Golden
Westward dwarf signal 283 and Eastward signal 274 Glenogle
Westward signal 227 and Eastward dwarf signal 216 Palliser
Westward dwarf signal 177 Xeanchoil
Westward signal 89 and Eastward dwarf signal 78  Ottertail
Westward dwarf signal 15 and Eastward signal 1364 .Field
Special Instruction "D" applies at the following switches:
Mileage 44.6 ™. Willamette Ltd. Spur
Mileage 485   	
Mileage 79.6 ~~
Mileage 855   	
Mileage 104.9, 105.0, 105.4 ~..
B. J. Carney Co.
Connaught Spur
    Glacier
I Albert Canyon
RESTRICTIONS
On freight trains having 3200 tons or more, empty freight cars
must be marshalled behind at least 15 loaded cars from engine.
DIESEL UNITS—
All units with 6 driving axles must not enter Chip Spur, Selkirk
Spruce Mills Ltd., Mileage 51.8.
Continued on page 7
 TIME TABLE  No. 98, APRIL 30,  1972
MOUNTAIN  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES—Continued
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Field, mileage .0 and mileage 36.0
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Psgr.     Freight
35
Mileage
.0 and
1.5 and
7.1 and
15 -.
7.1 ~
7.4 ~
11.4 and 115 (on curve)	
155 and 15.4 (on curve)	
17.0 and 31.7 WESTWARD ONLY
20.1 and 265	
265 and 26.7	
26.7 and 29.4	
29.4 and 295	
295 and 34.4	
34.4 and 36.0	
Mileage 36.0 and Donald, mileage 515
20
30
25
30
30
30
15
30
15
30
20
50
Mileage
38.0 and 42.0 —
485 and 495 —
Donald, mileage 515 and mileage 855
45
45
40
Mileage
52.5   	
54.0 and 54.1 	
54.1 and 57.1 	
57.1 and 585	
585 and 58.6	
58.6 and 60.9	
645 and 665 .	
68.9 and 765 EASTWARD ONLY
68.7 and 725 —
725 and 725	
725 and 755	
755 and 76.3 	
765 and 765 (on curve)	
80.0 and 855 (Connaught Tunnel)
30
20
25
20
15
15
20
45
30
10
10
20
20
35
30
20
20
30
25
25
20
30
10
10
35
30
10
10
30
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Mileage 855 and Revelstoke, mileage 125.7 |
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Psgr.    Freight
35
30
Mileage
85.5 and 106.5 WESTWARD ONLY
925 and   955 ~.
95.6 and 965 B
965 and 995 i
995	
102.4 and 107.0
110.0 and 111.4
111.4 and 111.6
111.6 and 118.0
1225 and 1235
1235 and 123.9
123.9 and 125.7
20
30
20
20
30
15
15
30
30
20
20
30
25
30
15
15
20
20
Special Instruction "C" is amended as follows: Not applicable to
901, 902, 938, 944, 965 and trains handling a complete consist of 349,
351 series bathtub roller bearing equipped cars. Except when
weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection,
other freight trains may run sixty-five miles without stopping for
standing train inspection.
Special Instruction 4J' g amended to permit the handling in
unit trains of bathtub type cars in 349, 351 series with gross weights
of up to 273,500 pounds provided the total overload of the train
does not exceed 1% of the total stencilled gross weight of cars and
lading.
Rules 263 to 273 apply between Signal 1363 Laggan Sub Field
and Signal 03 Shuswap Sub., Revelstoke. Exception to Rule
514 does not apply.
When the back tracks at Palliser, Donald, Glacier, Flat Creek
and Twin Butte are used for clearing trains, the back track
switches must not be reopened, siding fouled or re-entered until
permission is obtained from the Train Dispatcher.
When entering siding at Palliser, Donald, Glacier, Flat Creek or
Twin Butte under Rule 265, Rule 99 for outside ABS must be
applied against opposing movements.
At Golden west switch when a train or engine is authorized to
pass either Signal 359 or Signal 360 indicating "stop", the highway
crossing must be manually protected until fully occupied.
When a train is separated and is standing on both sides of a
dual control switch for the purpose of cutting pusher engine in or
out, that dual control switch may be operated manually in accordance with paragraphs 3 and 4 of Rule 104B after verbal authority
has been received from the train dispatcher. In this case written
authority as prescribed by Rule 266 is not required.
FOLLOWING TIMES FOR INFORMATION ONLY
No. 965 leave Field 0230 arrive Revelstoke 0845.
No. 901 leave Field 1045 arrive Revelstoke 1605.
No. 938 leave Revelstoke 1030 arrive Field 1630.
No. 902 leave Revelstoke 1220 arrive Field 1720.
No. 944 leave Revelstoke 1545 arrive Field 2100.
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TIME TABLE  No.  98,  APRIL 30,   1972
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
Psgr.
Daily
2200
2240
2310
S2345
0015
0045
0100
0108
0115
0125
0140
Daily
1
E 8
J5]g
IS
.0
8.2
15.5
23.9
28.0
32.3
37.2
44.2
49.4
57.1
63.2
70.4
75.1
79.5
87.3
93.3
99.1
104.3
111.3
117.0
123.0
128.3
SHUSWAP
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
tn
Si
REVELSTOKE  ....E
8 2
CLANWILLIAM  .
75
THREE VALLEY .
8.4
   TAFT   WY
    4.1   	
CRAIGELLACHIE .
4.3
...   MALAKWA   ...
4.9
     CAMBIE    	
7.0
... SICAMOUS W
Jet. Okanagan Sub.
    5.2   	
    ANNIS   	
7.7
    CANOE   	
6.1
SALMON  ABM   .
7.2
  TAPPEN 	
4.7
  CARLLN 	
    4.4   	
NOTCH EtlLL ..WY
7.8
..   SQUILAX    ,
6.0
...   CHASE   WY
    5.8   	
0Q+*
O
Is
    NESKAIN   	
5.2
PRITCHARD  VZ
7.0
V. MONTE CREEK...ZVX
5.7
V CAMPBELL CREEK ZVZ
Jet CHJt
6.0
.  McCRACKEN
5.3
V.KAMLOOPS..
o >»
3
VZK
"a  o»
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BY
Hi
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
Yard
133
144
171
KA
HE
128
131
133
137
140
135
138
132
143
139
159
Nil
Nil
E68
W66
Nil
Mil
Yard
Psgr.
Daily
0455
0405
*0335
S0300
0230
0200
0145
0137
0130
0123
0115
Dally
2
SHUSWAP  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
FOLLOWING TIMES  FOR INFORMATION  ONLY
No. 965 leave Revelstoke 0950 arrive Kamloops 1520.
No. 901 leave Revelstoke 1645 arrive Kamloops 2110.
No. 938 leave Kamloops 0430 arrive Revelstoke 0930.
No. 902 leave Kamloops 0740 arrive Revelstoke 1150.
No. 944 leave Kamloops 1030 arrive Revelstoke 1500.
•No. 1 and No. 2 will stop at Sicamous to allow revenue passengers to entrain and detrain to or from Vancouver and to or from
Calgary and beyond.
Special Instruction "C" is amended as follows: Not applicable to
901, 902, 938, 944, 965 and trains handling a complete consist of
349, 351 series bathtub roller bearing equipped cars. Except when
weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection,
other freight trains may run eighty-five miles without stopping for
standing train inspection.
Continued on page 9
 TIME  TABLE  No.  93,  APFS1L 30,   1972
9
SHUSWAP SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES—Continued
Maximum Speed and Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Located Between Psgr#     freight
Revelstoke mileage .0 and Taft, mileage 23.9    40 30
Mileage
.0 and     2 includes Public Crossing at grade,
McKenzie Ave., Revelstoke   *10 *10
0.2 and   1.6  p 20 20
1.6 and   4.0 (on curves)   30 25
4.0 and   6.0  S   ........ 25 20
7.0 and   7.4 (on curves)  35
10.3 and 12.4 (on curves)  [ 35
14.1 and 15.1 (on curves)    35
16.4 and 17.7 (on curves)    30
20.0 and 20.4 (on curves)   35
21.2 and 23.2 (on curves)  ......'.   35
Taft, mileage 23.9 and Sicamous, mileage 442    50 45
Mileage
23.9 and 28.3     45
28.3 and 28.5 (on curve)     35 30
33.7 and 34.1 (on curves)      35 30
34.1 and 34.8    25 20
34.8 and 36.5 (on curves)      35 30
412 and 442       45 40
442 (bridge)    30 30
Sicamous, mileage 442 and mileage 61.0    35 30
Mileage
46.8 and 47.1     15 15
47.1 and 51.8     30
Mileage 61.0 and mileage 68.0    60 50
Mileage
63.1 and 63.6     40 40
Mileage 68.0 and Chase, mileage 93.3    35 30
Mileage
68.5 and 75.5 (on curves)  30 25
822 and 88.8 (on curves)   30 25
92.1 and 92.3 (on curve)   30 25
Chase, mileage 93.3 and Kamloops, mileage 128.3 ..   60 50
Mileage
97.7 and   97.9 (on curve)     40 35
99.8 and 100.9 (on curves)      35 30
111.5 and 111.7 (on curve)     50
113.3 and 113.5 (on curve)     50
122.9 and 123.4 (on curves)    40 35
126.8 and 127.0 (on curve)     40 30
•Until crossing is fully occupied.
Special Instruction 'J* k amended to permit the handling in unit
trains of bathtub type cars in 349, 351 series with gross weights of
up to 273,500 pounds, provided the total overload of the train does
not exceed 1% of the total stencilled gross weight of cars and lading.
All switching movements over Fourth Street Crossing and McKenzie Ave. crossing, Revelstoke yard must be flagged by a member
of the crew.
Eastward trains leaving Kamloops Yard should use crossover
extreme east end of yard rather than crossover Mileage 127.9. Movements through crossover Mileage 127.7 must not exceed 10 m.p.h.
Public crossing at grade, mileage 32.6 Malakwa, must be flagged
by a member of the crew when occupying siding with crossing cut.
In the event of cars being set out in the siding, they are to be
kept back at least two hundred feet from the crossing.
At Salmon Arm when a train or engine is authorized to pass
signal 635 indicating stop the highway crossing must be manually
protected until fully occupied.
ABS between Pritchard and Kamloops.
Rules 263 to 273 apply between Signal 1240, Mountain Sub.,
Revelstoke and Signal 1038, Pritchard Shuswap Sub. Exception to
Rule 514 does not apply.
Rules 251 to 257 apply on Eastward and Westward tracks between
Signal 1037 Pritchard Shuswap Sub. and Signal 01 Kamloops Yard
Thompson Sub.
Following signals located to the left of direction of movement:
Westward dwarf signal 15 Revelstoke
Eastward dwarf signal 312 Malakwa
Westward signal  325 S ,.Jl Malakwa
Eastward signal 372 Cambie
Westward dwarf signal 387 Cambie
Westward signal 423 Mileage 42.3
Eastward signal 442    Sicamous
Westward dwarf signal 457 .. Sicamous
Eastward signal 458 Sicamous
Eastward signal 490 .™ Annis
Westward dwarf signal 503 .Annis
Eastward signal 556 ~~~~. Canoe
Westward dwarf signal 569   . Canoe
Eastward dwarf signal 622 Salmon Arm
Westward signal 635 Salmon Arm
Eastward dwarf signal 692  Tappen
Westward signal 705 .Tappen
Eastward signal  738 Carlin
Westward dwarf signal 753 Carlin
Eastward dwarf signal 790. Notch Hill
Westward signal 805 Notch Hill
Eastward signal 868  Squilax
Westward dwarf signal 883  Squilax
Eastward   signal   936  Chase
Westward dwarf signal 951 Chase
Eastward dwarf signal 1038 governing eastward
movements against current of traffic | Pritchard
Special Instruction "D" applies at the following switches:
Mileage  12.-~~~~~ -..£. Government  Spur
Mileage 5.0 Bell Pole Co.
Mileage 65  . Beaumont Lbr. Co.
Mileage  7.0  Mika  Dam   Sawmills
Mileage 23.82 and 2428 Taft
Mileage 2922 -H Perry River Lbr. Co.
Mileage 29.65 and 29.84 Rogers Pass Lbr. Co.
Mileage   33.75 McLean   Sawmills
Mileage 42.96 B. J. Carney Co.
Mileage 42.99 Orsers Lbr. Co.
Mileage 43.60, 44.11, 44.60 and 45.16 Sicamous
Mileage 5625 and 56.31  Federated Coop
Mileage 56.61 H & K Lbr Co.
Mileage 63.32, 6355 and 63.75 Salmon Arm
Mileage 90.91 Mattey Bros. Ltd.
Engines must not enter No. 1 backtrack at Notch Hill.
Two main tracks extend between Kamloops and Pritchard.
Mileage 103.8—Dual Control Switch.
At Chase west switch when a train or engine is authorized to pass
Signal 951 indicating "stop", the highway crossing must be manually protected until fully occupied.
Retaining valves must be used on 33 percent of the cars on
freight trains on descending grades, if the tonnage is in excess of
"A" rating for the ascending grades for the diesel units on which
the dynamic brake is in effective operating condition, unless the
train is controlled with a pressure maintaining brake valve. Otherwise rules 34(a) form 582 and 27 form 583 apply;
WESTWARD—Clanwilliam to Taft and Notch Hill to Mileage
91.0.
EASTWARD—Notch Hill to Tappen and Clanwilliam to Mileage 2.0.
See Special Instructions pages 33 to 37 incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—
All units with 6 driving axles must not enter Campbell Ave.
Spur Revelstoke Mileage 0.23 or Industrial Spur Kamloops Mileage
126.0.
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TIME  TABLE  No. 98, APRIL 30,   1972
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
THIRD
CLASS
90
Freight
Daily
Ex. Sun.
2145
2155
2205
2230
22S2
2305
2315
2350
5«
8
vt
Dally
Ex. Sun.
90
79.7
46.2
42.8
38.2
31.8
23.0
17.3
12.6
.0
ec
Z
u
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o
•a
H
4-
s
OKANAGAN
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
..   KELOWNA   ..
33.5
....   VERNON   ....
3.4
..   ORCHARDS   ..
4.6
 LARKIN 	
6.4
ARMSTRONG
Jet C.N.R.
    8.8    	
.... ENDERBY ....
5.7
..   GRINDROD   ..
4.7
   MARA  	
..   SICAMOUS   ..
Jet. Shuswap Sub.
ZR
ZR
ZX
°t&
c
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WA
NO
MS
RS
*&
o
Yard
38
un
72
33
28
46
57
Yard
Rules 41 and 44 apply between Sicamous and Vernon. Rule 9SA applies
between Sicamous and Vernon.
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
91
Freight
Daily
Ex Sat
2350
2342
2535
2315
2240
2230
2200
Dally
Ex. Sat.
91
OKANAGAN  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hoar
Located Between All Trains
Sicamous, mileage .0 and Vernon, mileage 462 — 30	
Mileage
.0 and 3.0   25
3.0 (marked by slow signs)   15
3.0 and  9.2    25
25.3 (marked by slow signs)   25
Armstrong Yard, over and between public crossings at grade mileage 31.72, mileage 31.9, mileage 32.05, mileage 32.55   10
Mileage
32.55 and 33.5   25
38.6   and 39.1   25
Vernon Yard, over and between public crossings
at grade Thirty Second St., mileage 46.6 and
Thirty Second Ave., mileage 46.15   5
Over and between all other public crossings at
grade Vernon Yard   10
All movements must be brought to a stop and flagged by a
member of the crew before proceeding over crossing Thirty Second
Ave., Mileage 46.15.
Running switches must not be made over any public crossings
at grade within the boundaries of the City of Vernon.
Trains handling cars 376000017 inclusive must not exceed speed
of 25 miles per hour.
Siding Vernon is located immediately east of the main track and
extends from north switch located fifty-five feet south of 37th Ave.,
mileage 45.9 to south switch located 207 feet south of Barnard
Ave., mileage 4627.
Siding Armstrong extends from north main track switch to
crossover north of station.
Trains between Vernon and Kelowna will be governed by CN.
Rly. Timetable, Rules and Regulations.
See Special Instructions pages 33 to 37 incl.
RESTRICTIONS
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—
200 to 250 ton capacity, 414471, 502 in travel condition on Bridge
26.7 only-
Following times for information only:
No. 90 leave Kelowna 0100 arrive Sicamous 0500.
No. 91 leave Sicamous 2330 arrive Kelowna 0530.
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 TIME TABLE  No. 98, APRIL 30,  1972
11
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
Miles from
Penticton
OSOYOOS
SUBDIVISION
Train Order
Office Signals
Car Capacity
Sidings
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
STATIONS
TRAINS
36.1
26.1
22.7
16.9
10.6
6.9
2.1
.0
  OSOYOOS                   ZY
19
NO
19
14
8
25
10
Yard
10.0
    HAYNES   	
3.4
  OLIVER .                     Z
5.8
, MclNTYRE 1
READ
6.3
  OKANAGAN FALLS             Z
READ
UP
DOWN
3.7
   KALEDEN                       Z
4.8
  SKAHA  i
2.1
   PENTICTON                ZYK
NS
Jet. Princeton Sub.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 9SA applies.
OSOYOOS  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
Penticton, mileage .0 and End of Track, mileage
36.1   20
Mileage
4.0 and 5.0 	
18.0 (marked by slow signs)
255 (marked by slow signs)
10
15
15
Yard limits Penticton extend to yard limit sign south of Skaha.
Lights will not be displayed on switches and yard limit signs.
Movements over crossing on spur at Mileage 10.38 must be
manually flagged.
Switching movements in and out of Oliver house track must be
manually protected.
Signal 14L (2) of U.C.O.R. is prohibited over crossings at Winnipeg St., Martin St., and Lakeshore Drive. Movements over Winnipeg St. crossing are restricted to four miles per hour and air must
be cut in and working at all times on all freight movements on
town lead Penticton, from main track to barge slip.
Movements over town lead crossings Penticton must be surrounded with utmost caution.
All movements must be brought to a stop and flagged by a
member of the crew before proceeding over crossings on town lead
at Lakeshore Drive, Eckhardt Ave. West, Westminster Ave. West,
Wade Ave., Haynes St., Martin St., and Rigsby St.
Rule 105A does not apply.
See Special Instructions pages 33 to 37 incl.
NORTHWOOD MILL SPUR Mileage 10.7
Rule 105 Applies. MAXIMUM SPEED SOUTHWARD 15
MJPJL NORTHWARD 5 M.PJH.
RESTRICTIONS:
Switch for runaway track located at Mileage 1.1 and normal
position is lined for runaway track. Immediately after this
switch is used for another movement it must be restored to
normal position.
Northward movements over Oliver Ranch Road crossing Mileage 0.85 must be protected by member of train crew.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
See Special Instructions, pages 33 to 37 inclusive, regarding
operation on grades of two percent or over.
END OF TRACK   Mileage 155
OKANAGAN  LAKE APPROACH  AND APRON  RESTRICTIONS —
PENTICTON,   SUMMERLAND,  WESTBANK,   KELOWNA  AND OKANAGAN  CENTRE
Diesel units—All prohibited.
Cars—5 m.p.h., 177,000 lb. gross weight each, in strings, over all
aprons. Freight and ore cars 220,000 lb. gross weight each in strings
over Penticton apron only, and separated by an empty idler at
Kelowna only. Transport by Barge dependent on barge capacity.
Crane and Auxiliary—Prohibited.
Combination Crane and Pile Driver-
-25, 30 or 31 tons capacity
prohibited except 414172, 202 at Kelowna 5 m.p.h., separated by
empty idler when moved over apron and avoid shock. Transport
by Barge dependent on barge capacity.
Pile Driver—At Kelowna all pile drivers, at Westbank and
Okanagan Centre 400040 and 400043 only, 5 m.p.h., separated by
empty idler when moved over apron and avoid shock. Transport
by barge dependent on barge capacity, prohibited at Penticton and
Summerland.
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TIME TABLE  No.  9S,  APRIL 30,   1972
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
1
Psgr.
Dally
0150
0208
f0315
0400
0445
0535
Dally
1
S c-
* 8
«/» —
± E
2 ^
.0
4.3
8.6
16.9
25.2
32.1
38.5
47.3
55.9
64.0
72.8
79.3
85.8
90.1
949
103.9
110.8
116.5
121.5
THOMPSON
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
i
F = S
rV KAMLOOPS    VZK
4.3
BENLEDI   	
4.3
^V.TRANQUILLE   	
    8.3   	
... MUNRO 	
8 3
.   SAVONA   	
6.9
WALHACHIN 	
    6.4   	
  SEMLIN 	
8.8
...    ASHCROFT   ...
8.6
    BASQUE   	
8.1
    TOKETIC   	
8.8
SPENCES BRIDGE
Jet. Princeton Sub.
    6.5   	
DRYNOCH
e o
THOMPSON
4.5
GLADWIN
4.8
.. LYTTON ..
9.0
KANAKA
—   6.9   <—
.   KEEPERS   	
5.7
CHAUMOX   	
5.0
NORTH BEND X
12 &
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h- O
KA
o
II
o (/>
Yard
Nil
Nil
124
132
124
124
160
124
124
124
124
124
NR
124
124
124
124
Tend
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
Psgr.
Daily
0105
0055
0047
f2342
2259
2215
2125
Dally
2
THOMPSON  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Psgr.     Freight
Kamloops, mileage .0 and mileage 22.8     40
Mileage
0.1 (public crossing at grade 3rd Ave.,
Kamloops)   ~~~~	
8.7 and 10.4	
10.4 and 13.6 —~ ~ -..
13.6 and 155	
18.7 and 193 ~~~...~. 	
21.6 and 21.9	
Mileage 22.8 and mileage 26.7	
Mileage 26.7 and mileage 30.0	
35
Mileage 30.0 and Mileage 34.7
Mileage 34.7 and mileage 48.6
Mileage
50
45
34.7
432
and 36.8
and 43.8
Mileage 48.6 and Spences Bridge, mileage 72.8
30
25
40
40
10
10
30
30
25
25
30
30
35
35
20
20
45
40
35
35
40
30
25
40
'Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Mileage
48.6 and 50.4	
50.4 and 505	
535 and 54.7	
56.9 and 58.9 	
64.7 and 695 	
Spences Bridge*
mileage 1215
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Psgr.     Freight
mileage 72.8  and North Bend.
Mileage
74.8 and
77.7 and
77.9 and
77.7
77.9
785
87.8 and   87.9 (on curve) 	
905 (on curve) 	
91.9 and    925 (on curve) 	
985 and   985 (on curve)	
1005 and 100.7 (on curves)	
108.7 and 109.8	
1205 and 1215	
35
25
30
35
35
35
30
20
30
30
30
30
30
30
20
20
35
25
30
35
35
35
30
20
30
30
30
30
30
30
20
20
Continued on page 13
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13
THOMPSON  SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES— Continued
sPe«al Instruction "C" is amended as follows: Not applicable to
901, 902, 938, 944, 965 and trains handling a complete consist of 349,
351 series bathtub roller bearing equipped cars. Except when
weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection,
other freight trains may run eighty miles without stopping for
standmg inspection.
First Class trains will register at North Bend by register ticket.
Siding Ashcroft will hold 136 cars west of protected crossine
Mileage 47.1. 8
ABS between Kamloops and Tranquille.
Two main tracks extend between Kamloops and Tranquille
Mileage 8.6—Dual Control Switch.
Rules 251-257 apply on Eastward and Westward tracks between
Signal 86 Tranquille and Signal 1272 Shuswap Subdivision Kamloops.
Rules 263-273 apply on main track and sidings between Signal 87
Tranquille and Signal 05 Cascade Subdivision North Bend. Exception to Rule 514 does not apply. When entering sidings under
Rule 265, Rule 99 for outside ABS must be applied against opposing movements.
Signals 04 and 22 at Kamloops are Station Protection Signals.
Special Instruction 'J' is amended to permit the handling in
unit trains of bathtub type cars in 349, 351 series with gross weights
of up to 273500 pounds, providing the total overload of the train
does not exceed 1% of the total stencilled gross weight of cars
and lading.
Special Instruction "D" applies at the following switches:
Mileage 90.3   Gladwin
Mileage 73.1 and 725 Spences Bridge
Mileage 47.6, 4758, 47.17 and 47.1  Ashcroft
Mileage 23.7 and 23.6 91   Savona
Mileage 14.9.
Following Signals located to the left of direction of movement:
Eastward Signal 1204  North Bend
Westward signal 1171, Eastward dwarf signal 1158 ...... Chaumox
Westward dwarf signal 1117, Eastward signal 1104   Reefers
Westard signal 1031, 1045, Eastward dwarf signal 1032 .. Kanaka
Westward dwarf signal 961    Lytton
Westward dwarf signal 861, Eastward signal 848 Thompson
Westward dwarf signal 795, Eastward signal 782 Drynoch
Westward dwarf signal 737  Spences Bridge
Westward dwarf signal 645, Eastward signal 632 Toketic
Westward signal 567, Eastward dwarf signal 554 Basque
Westward dwarf signal 485, Eastward signal 468  Ashcroft
Westward dwarf signal 389, Eastward signal 376 Semlin
Westward dwarf signal 329, Eastward signal 318 Walhachin
Westward dwarf signal 259, Eastward signal 246 Savona
Westward dwarf signal 173, Eastward signal 160 Munro
See Special Instructions pages 33 to 37 incl.
FOLLOWING TIMES FOR INFORMATION ONLY
No. 965 leave Kamloops 1535 arrive North Bend 2030.
No. 901 leave Kamloops 2125 arrive North Bend 0145.
No. 902 leave North Bend 0325 arrive Kamloops 0725.
No. 944 leave North Bend 0545 arrive Kamloops 1015.
No. 938 leave North Bend 2245 arrive Kamloops 0335.
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
NO REGULAR TRAINS
READ
DOWN
io"
8.4
5.6
4.9
.0
WESTMINSTER
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
1
NEW  WESTMINSTER   	
2.8
  SAPPERTON 	
0.7
.... FRASER MILLS  Z
4.9
  COQUITLAM  Y
Jet.  Cascade  Sub.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
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SOUTHWARD  TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO REGULAR TRAINS
READ
UP
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
WESTMINSTER  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
Coquitlam, mileage .0 and mileage 7.3	
Mileage 75 and New Westminster, mileage 8.4
15
10
Rules 263 and 273 apply between Signal 1123 Cascade Subdivision
and Signal 37 Mileage 3.7 Westminster Subdivision. CTC is controlled by Operator at Coquitlam Yard.
Do not exceed 10 m.p.h. on New Fraser Mills exchange yard and
lead to C.N. Rly. connection track.
Special Instruction "D" applies at Spur Mileage 3.6.
Northward repeater Signal 39 at Mileage 3.7 repeats the indication of the top fight of Signal 37 at Mileage 3.77, Northward trains
must not foul the main track switch at Mileage 3.77 until Signal 37
has been cleared for through movement to Coquitlam. Rule &l
applies at Signal 39.
Yard Limits Fraser Mills extends to and includes New Westminster.
At New Westminster, all engines are prohibited from using
Tracks 1 and 3 Pacific Coast Terminal dock.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage
6.4 & 6.9    Burlington    Northern    Railway—(Each)—Interlocking—
Semi-Automatic. When governing signal is at STOP and
no conflicting movement is evident, a member of the
crew must assure himself that gates on B.N. Rly. at Mileage 6.4, or switch from B.N. Rly at Mileage 6..9 are set
against movements on that track after which train may
proceed at restricted speed through the Interlocking.
85   B.C. Hydro Railway—Not Interlocked.
855 Canadian National Railways—Not Interlocked.
New Westminster Yard
B.C. Hydro Railway—Not Interlocked.
Crossing main lead to Canadian Pacific Railway yard north of
Queensboro St
B.C. Hydro Railway—Not Interlocked.
Gilley Bros. Spur crossing lead to Pacific Coast Terminal dock.
B.C. Hydro Railway—Not Interlocked.
Canadian Pacific Railway crossing to stock track and two other
yard tracks immediately west of Canadian Pacific Railway stock
yards.
Canadian National Railways—Not Interlocked.
Canadian Pacific Railway spur to B.C. Cement crossing Canadian National Railways.
Continued on page 14
 14
TIME TABLE  No. 98,  APRIL 30,   1972
WESTMINSTER SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES—Continued
King Edward Ave. Crossing, Mileage 4.9 must not be blocked
by switching or standing trains between 0630 and 0645 or between
1500 and 1515.
See Special Instructions pages 33 to 37 incl.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—
DRS-24 and DRF-30, 36 prohibited between Sapperton mileage
5.6 and New Westminster mdeage 8.4.
WESTWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH
CLASS
91
Freight
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
0900
0935
0955
1110
1148
1230
1300
1310
1325
1405
1435
1530
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
91
2 Q-
9.5
15.5
38.5
45.7
60.1
70.5
813
86.3
93.0
108.7
120.2
138.1
142.9
157.6
177.8
PRINCETON
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
    PENTICTON   	
Jet. Osoyoos Sub.
9.5
WEST   SUMMERLAND
6.0
  FAULDER 	
   23.0 	
ZYK
W
7.2
JELLICOE  .
— 14.4 	
...   IURA   ...
10.4
PRINCETON
11.8
COALMONT
— 4.0   —
ZY
...   TULAMEEN   	
6.7
...    MANNING	
15.7
. ..BROOKMERE 	
11.5
...  KINGSVALE  	
17.9
  MERRITT  WZYK
4.8
  COYLE 	
14.7
  DOT 	
20.2
SPENCES BRIDGE  ZYK
Jet. Thompson Sub.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93A applies.
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Yard
19
65
29
27
38
27
36
65
64
19
57
7
25
Yard
EASTWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
PRINCETON SUBDIVISION
FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
Penticton, Mileage .0 and Mileage 60.1
Mileage
X> and 255 EASTWARD ONLY-
105 and 125	
38.4 and 39.1 ;	
Mileage 60.1 and Princeton, Mileage
705 including public
crossing at grade Mile-
 age 70.2 	
Princeton, Mileage 705 and Mileage
725	
30
20
25
15
20
25
Mileage 725 and Mileage 112.7
30
Mileage 102.7 (bridge)  	
Mileage 112.7 and Spences Bridge,
Mileage 177.8	
20
25
Mileage
112.7 and 112.9	
1375 (on Merritt Mine Spur)	
163.0 and 1635	
Trains  handling  loaded   cars   series
370-377  inclusive	
15
10
15
20
25
Westward trains only must not exceed a speed of
10 m.p.h. over Public crossing at grade Mileage 138.10
until crossing is fully occupied.
Empty cars fifty-two feet or over must be marshalled
toward rear of train.
Merritt Mine Spur is included in Merritt yard limits.
150 ton capacity auxiliary cranes 414400—402 and 200
to 250 ton capacity auxiliary cranes prohibited.
Nicola Spur is included in Merritt yard limits.
Rule 105A does not apply at Coyle or Merritt.
STORAGE TRACKS
Location Capacity Connected
Mileage     6.8  57 cars Both ends
Mileage   255  28 cars Both ends
Mileage 1485  25 cars Both ends
See special instructions Pages 33 to 37 inclusive,
regarding 2 percent grades, etc.
NICOLA SPUR Mileage 138.1
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 15 M.PJI.
RESTRICTIONS:
Diesel units: DFA-16b, c, g, DFB-16d and all units with 6
driving axles prohibited.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OF TRACK Mileage 750.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—
Prohibited  on  Netherlands   Private  Spur   Mileage
CARS—
Over 251,000 to 263,000 lb. gross weight each 20
m.pJb.. on Bridge 1205.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—
100 and 160 ton capacity 10 m.pJi. on Bridge 1205.
200 to 250 ton capacity 20 m.pJi. on Bridge 1135,
113.4, 113.9, 114.1, 1335. 135.0, 138.9. 1445. 147.1 and
169.7—10 m.pJa. on Bridge 1205.
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TIME
TABLE  No. 98, APRIL 30
j   1972
is
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
EASTWARD TRAINS
les from
rth Bend
CASCADE
SUBDIVISION
n Order
:e Signals
Capacity
ngs
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
1
2
Psgr.
Dally
IS
STATIONS
2E
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Psgr.
Dally
0545
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6.2
6.2
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Yard
124
2115
1S.5
9.3
124
22.0
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6.5
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124
m
*0650
29.0
V
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124
*2007
35.6
    CHOATE   	
9.3
124
44.9
 KATZ	
124
0728
$0738
51.7
58.9
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Nil
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0803
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1853
0809
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1830
9.0
0835
102.8
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2.3
Nil
1819
0838
0844
S0852
105.1
108.4
111.9
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3.3
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Yard
1815
1810
S1802
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IN
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116.1
1175
1
   POIT MOODY  ...
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Nil
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1.5
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2.9
1205
3
     BARNET   	
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3.6
124.1
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NO
0930
129.0
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Daily
Dally
1
2
CASCADE SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
CANYON DIVISION—Mile 0.0 to 109.6.
CARS—Up to 263,000 lb. gross
weight each, on Pier A-3 apron.
VANCOUVER DIVISION—Mile 109.6 to 129.0.
220,000   lb.   gross   weight   each   in
•No. 1 and No. 2 will stop at Yale to allow revenue passengers
strings, 263,000 lb. gross weight each
to entrain  and detrain   to or  from Vancouver and  to or from
separated by one car of 145,000 lbs. or
5 m.p.h. on Pier A-3 and
Kamloops and beyond. Station stop to be made at station Mileage
less, on Pier A-l when using outside
Pier   A-l   Ferry   Apron
27.0.
tracks.
Approach   and  Apron.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—Single—5 m.pJi. Pier A-3 and Pier A-l Ferry
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—200 to
250 tons capacity, prohibited on Barge
No. 4 and Princess of Vancouver.
>
Transport by ferry
dependent on barge or
boat capacity.
Approach and Apron, on center track only with adjacent tracks
clear. Pier A-3 Apron barge end plus or minus 2'-6" from the horizontal and both aprons with a uniform grade. Pier A-l Apron barge
COMBINATION CRANE-PILE
DRIVER—Up to 31 tons capacity.
end plus or minus l'^" from the horizontal. Unit must not be on
PILE DRIVER—Up tS; 201,000 lb.
apron when moving cars or other equipment. Transport by ferry
gross weight each.
dependent on barge or boat capacity.
IOCO   SPUR—CRANE  AND   AUXILIARY—200   to   250   tons
All units with 6 driving axles—Prohibited on Barge No. 4.
capacity prohibited except 414479, 480, 503 and 650.
Continued on page 16
 16
TIME TABLE  No. 98,  APRIL 30,   1972
CASCADE SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES— Continued
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
North Bend, mileage .0 and mileage 27.2
Mileage 272 and mileage 36.5	
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hoar
Psgr.     Freight
..   30 25
60
Mileage 275 and 315 	
Mileage 365 and mileage 52.0
50
60
Mileage
365 and 38.0	
38.0 and 42.0 1
42.0 and 42.8 .
505 and 51.7 	
51.7 (Dual Control Switch)
Mileage 52.0 and mileage 635 .
Mileage 635 and mileage 109.6
35
30
35
45
35
70
 60
Mileage
63.3 and
63.9
68.4
705
7U
75.0
81.0
83.4
87.0
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
885 and
92.0 and
935 and
99.1 and
1015 and
102.7 and
102.8 and
109.6 and
Mileage 109
63.9 	
655	
705 ..	
715 (on curve)	
75.0	
815 (on curve)  	
83.6 (on curve) 	
Public crossing at grade Home
Ave., Mission City
MAIN TRACKS 	
OTHER TRACKS	
88.6 (on curve) _
925 (on curve)	
935 	
99.7	
102.7	
102.8 WESTWARD TRACK ...
105.8 	
109.9 Drawbridge—Interlocked
.6 and 116.1 	
40
50
50
45
55
50
50
55
•30
10
55
55
55
30
50
30
30
25
60
Mileage
1105 and 1125	
112.8 Public
IOCO   INDUSTRIAL
mileage 115.0	
Mileage 116.1 and Vancouver, mileage 128.4
crossing
SPUR,
at grade	
from   junction
30
15
45
Mileage
118.1 (on curve)
40
40
35
30
50
50
40
45
•30
10
30
30
30
15
45
30
15
20
40
•15
20
•10
•10
10
10
10
126.9 Public crossing at grade, Victoria Drive,
Vancouver ...., ..      ,,... ,_,... #15
126.9 and 128.4 South track 20
127.0 Public crossing at grade, Salisbury Drive,
Vancouver —~~_w_ #10
1275 Public crossing at grade, Rogers Street,
Vancouver •IO
128.4 Public crossing at grade, Gore Ave., Vancouver   ,    ,..__    10
Trains moving against the current of traffic over
public crossings at grade
Mileage
1025 Ontario St., Haney    io
105.1 Port Hammond   -.... ,,.,-., .    . io
•Until crossing is fully occupied.
Special Instruction "C" is amended as follows: Not applicable to
901, 902, 938, 944, 965 and trains handling a complete consist of 349,
351 series bathtub roller bearing equipped cars. Except when weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection, other
freight trains may run eighty miles without stopping for standing
train inspection.
Rules 263-273 apply on main track and sidings between Signal
1204 Thompson Subdivision North Bend and Signal 518 Ruby
Creek and between Signal 869 and Signal 870 crossover Mission
City. Exception to Rule 514 does not apply. Switches at Crossover
Mileage 86.9 and Junction switch to Mission Subdivision are dual
control. When entering sidings under Rule 265, Rule 99 for outside ABS must be applied against opposing movements.
Special Instruction T is amended to permit the handling m
unit trains of bathtub type cars in 349, 351 series with gross weights
of up to 273500 pounds, provided the total overload of the tram
does not exceed 1% of the total stencilled gross weight of cars
and lading.
Following signals located to the left of direction of movement:
Eastward dwarf signal 518 Ruby Creek
Westward signal 449 and Eastward dwarf signal 436 Katz
Eastward signals 366, 352 and Westward dwarf signal 365..Choate
Westward signal 297 and Eastward dwarf signal 284 —I Yale
Eastward dwarf signal 212 and Westward signal 229....Saddle Rock
Westward signals 163, 149 and Eastward dwarf signal 150..Spuzzum
Eastward signal  134  £   Mileage  13.4
Eastward signal 58 and Westward signal 71 and
Westward dwarf signal 71  I  China Bar
Westward dwarf signal 05   North Bend
Special Instruction "D" applies at the following switches:
Mileage 7.9, 27.6 and 40.1.
ABS between Ruby Creek and Pitt River. Rules 251-257 apply on
Eastward and Westward tracks between signal 517 Ruby Creek
and signal 1084 Pitt River.
Two main tracks extend between Pitt River and Ruby Creek
Mileage 51.7—Dual Control Switch.
First class trains will register at North Bend by register ticket.
Drawbridge—Mileage 685—Intolocking—When governing signal
is at stop indication and no indication of bridge being opened,
engineman will sound whistle signal 14 (j) to call bridge tender
from his dwelling. If bridge tender fails to appear trainman will
check to see that no person is in bridge tower, that swing span is
closed and track wedges in place, check for broken rail or obstruction on bridge and if all dear, train may proceed at restricted
speed on hand signal from trainman.
AUTOMATIC CROSSING GATES—MISSION CITY. Trains intending to stop before reaching Home Ave. crossing must not
exceed 15 miles per hour between signs marked "Start Crossing"
and "Clearance". The crossing signals will then not operate until
train passes "clearance" sign. Under these conditions 15 miles per
hour must not be exceeded until train reaches crossing. Moves over
crossing on any track must not be made until gates are down.
Manual control boxes on north side control westward track.
Manual control boxes on south side control eastward track. Push
button marked "Stop" to clear gates. Push button marked "Start"
to restore gates to automatic operation.
Cars must not be dropped in Morrow's Spur and McMahon's
Spur, Mission City.
Wye located at mileage 47.8.
Yard limits Port Hammond extend to yard limit sign east of
Haney.
STORAGE TRACKS
Location Capacity Connected
Mileage 485 No. 1    88 cars Both ends
No. 2     70 cars Both ends
Agassiz East   46 cars Both ends
West 69 cars West end
Harrison Mills East 44 cars Both ends
West 47 cars Both ends
Nicomen East 48 cars Both ends
FOLLOWING TIMES FOR INFORMATION ONLY
No. 901 leave North Bend 0200 arrive Vancouver 0930.
No. 965 leave North Bend 2045 arrive Vancouver 0445.
No. 944 leave Coquitlam 0130 arrive North Bend 0530.
No. 938 leave Coquitlam 1830 arrive North Bend 2230.
No. 902 leave Vancouver 2150 arrive North Bend 0310.
Continued on page 17
 TIME TABLE  No. 98, APRIL 30,  1972
17
CASCADE  SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES— Continued
Vancouver Yard—Tri-level flats 343 series chip gondolas and high
loads must not be handled on station tracks Nos. 03 and 04. Wide
loads must not be handled on station tracks Nos. 01 to 04.
Rules 263 to 273 apply between Westward signal 1083 Pitt River
and Eastward signal 1284s Vancouver. Exception to Rule 514 does
not apply. CTC is controlled by Operator at Coquitlam Yard. Two
main tracks between Mileage 117.6 and Mileage 124.1~ and
between Mileage 126.9 and Mileage 128.4 designated "NORTH
TRACK" and "SOUTH TRACK".
Main track ends and commences at end of CTC Mileage 128.4
Vancouver.
Special Instruction "D" applies at the following switches:
Mileage 1115   Kenmetals.
Mileage 11156 Sanford Engineering.
Mileage 11159 Esco Co.
Mileage 115.03 Western Corrosion Engineering Ltd.
Mileage 115.1   B.A. Oil Co.
Mileage 11555 Port Moody Associates.
Mileage 1165   Reichold Chemicals.
Mileage 1255   P.N.E. Spur.
Mileage 1255   Gypsum Spur.
North Track-
Mileage 11856 Bj\. Oil Co.
Mileage 1185
Mileage 119.1
Mileage 1195
Mileage 120.0
Mileage 121.0
BA. Oil Co.
Bestwood Industries.
Nichols Chemical Co.
McColl Frontenac Oil Co.
Trans Mountain Oil Pipeline Co.
South Track-
Mileage 118.45 Union Oil Co.
Mileage 121.4   Shell Oil Co.
Mileage 122.4   Standard Oil Co.
Mileage 123.6   Standard Oil Co.
Mileage 127.0   to Mileage 128.4   At all switches.
Following signals located to the left of direction of movement:
Westward on South track Signals 1205S, 1223S and 1241S.
Eastward on North track Signals 1242N, 1224N and 1206N.
Westward signals 1123, 1139, 1155, 1255, 1269 and 1275.
The track North of main track between block end sign mileage
112.4 and block end sign mileage 115.6 is a signalled yard track.
Rules 263 to 273 apply between Westward signal 1123 Coquitlam
and Eastward signal 13R mileage 115.6 Port Moody. Exception to
Rule 514 does not apply. Maximum speed on this track is same
as shown for Main Track between these points when authorized by
signal indication.
Following signals located to the left of direction of movement:
Eastward signal 13R mileage 115.6.
Eastward signal A9R mileage 113.0.
Special Instruction D applies at the following switches:
Mileage 1155 Chisholm Spur.
Mileage 113.0 Deeks McBride Spur.
At Spring switch Mileage 126.9 when train or engine passes
signal indicating "stop", "Victoria Drive crossing must be manually
protected until crossing is fully occupied.
Spring switch—East End "A" yard Coquitlam, mileage 1105,
and at mileage 126.9. Provided the signal indication authorizes,
trailing movements through this switch must not exceed twenty
miles per hour until the leading wheels have passed through the
switch, after which speed is to be in accordance with that authorized by the signal indication.
Drawbridge—Mileage 109.7—Interlocking—When governing signal is at stop indication and no indication of bridge being opened,
engineman will sound whistle 14 (j) to call bridge tender from
his dwelling. If bridge tender fails to appear trainman will check
to see that no person is in bridge tower, that swing span is closed
and track wedges in place, check for broken rail or obstruction on
bridge and if all clear, train may proceed at restricted speed on
hand signal from trainman.
Railway Crossing at Grade—Burlington Northern Rly. Mileage
127.7 Interlocking-Semi-Automatic. When governing signal is at
stop and no conflicting movement is evident, after a member of
the crew has assured himself that gates on B.N. Rly. are set against
movements on that track, movement may proceed at restricted
speed through the Interlocking, except that CTC Operator must be
contacted for authority to pass signals on main tracks.
Movements on B.N. Rly. track over the level crossing at Mileage
127.7 will call the CTC Operator for permission to cross the CP.
Rly. tracks. The Operator will release the electric lock on the
gates for such movements.
At Coquitlam, "YD" Telegraph office is located in yard office
building. Train Register, Standard Clock and Bulletin Book
located in this office. Trains originating and terminating Coquitlam will register in this office and trains originating will obtain
clearance and may leave Pitt River without clearance.
See Special Instructions pages 33 to 37 incl.
 18
TIME TABLE  No. 98, APRIL 30,  1972
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
NO  REGULAR TRAINS
E o
s i
10.1
6.7
1.0
MISSION
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
HUNTINGDON   ZYB
3.4
ABBOTSFORD  	
5.7
RIVERSIDE   	
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BR
READ
DOWN
ROBERTS  BANK
Yard
27
Nil
Trains and engines between View and Roberts Bank
will be governed by B.C.HJ5JRly. Timetable, Rules
and Regulations. 23.2
VIEW
PRATT
Trains and engines between Livingstone and Pratt will
be governed by B.CHJUy. Timetable, Rules and
Regulations. 7.1
LIVINGSTONE
LIVINGSTONE
Trains and engines between Page and Livingstone will
be governed by CNJUy. Timetable, Rules and Regulations. 14.4
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO REGULAR TRAINS
READ
UP
1.0
PAGE
rj f    RIVERSEDE   .
O l  MISSION CITY
Jet. Cascade Sub.
YR
Rules 41 and 44 apply
Rule 93A applies between
Riverside and Huntingdon
RA
MISSION  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
Mission City, mileage .0 and Huntingdon, mileage 10.1 	
30
Mileage
0.0 and 0.8  20
0.8 Drawbridge—Not Interlocked  10
1.6 Passing the governing approach signal Canadian National Railways crossing at grade  15
4.0 Approaching and within 500 feet of home
signal B.C. Hydro Railway crossing at grade 15
6.6 Public crossing at grade, Essendene Ave., Abbotsford   10
8.0 On spurs of Pacific Milk Plant  6
10.1 Public Crossing at grade, Fourth St., Huntingdon    10
When making back-up movements .  6
Huntingdon—On both legs of wye   5
Trains handling cars 376000-017 inclusive   20
2.0 miles interchange track between Riverside and Junction with
CN. Rly. at Page is signalled.
Rules 263 to 273 apply between signal 869 Cascade subdivision
Mission City and CN. Rly. signal 897 at Page Mileage 89.7 Yale
subdivision CN. Rly. Switch at Riverside is dual control.
Trains or engines may proceed over the non-interlocked bridge
mileage 0.8 Mission subdivision without stopping provided the signal
indicates proceed. (RTC Order No. R-10742.)
Eastward trains originating Roberts Bank for Cascade subdivision via B.CH.B.Rly., B.CH.Rly., C.N.Rly. and Mission subdivision must obtain clearance at Coquitlam OK'd by Mission
subdivision and CN.Rly. Train Dispatchers and may leave Riverside without clearance.
Westward trains for Roberts Bank via Mission subdivision must
obtain clearance at North Bend or Mission City OK'd by Mission
Subdivision and CN.Rly. Train Dispatchers.
Diesel units class DRS-24 and DRF-30, 36 must not exceed 20
m.p*h.
Special Instruction "J" is amended to permit the handling in
unit trains of bathtub type cars in 349, 351 series with gross weights
of up to 273500 pounds, provided the total overload of the
train does not exceed 1% of the total stencilled gross weight of
cars and lading.
Northward trains at Mileage 25 Southward trains at Mission and
Eastward trains at Page will sound six long whistles to give Drawbridge Operator Mileage .8 sufficient time to clear traffic off bridge
before arrival of train.
Railway Crossings at grade:
Canadian   National   Railway   mileage   15   Interlocking-Auto-
matic.
B.C. Hydro Railway mileage 4.0 Interlocking.
See Special Instructions pages 33 to 37 incl.
 TIME TABLE
No.
98, APRIL 30,   1972
19
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
liS
S5
VICTORIA
SUBDIVISION
o in
h- O
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Southward trains
superior
direction
	
FOURTH CLASS
FIRST
CLASS
FIRST
CLASS
FOURTH
CLASS
67
Freight
Daily
1
Psgr.
Dally
Ex. Sun.
65
Freight
Dally
63
Freight
Dally
53
Freight
Dally
51
Freight
Dally
2
Psgr.
Dally
Ex. Sun.
52
Freight
Dally
STATIONS
1800
1809
1819
0530
0540
0550
0730
f0738
f0745
.0
3.7
7.9
MO
Yard
35
18
1600
fl550
fl543
0320
0308
0257
3.7
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1825
1855
0557
0627
0749
0808
10.7
20.0
    2.8   -——--—_.
GOLDSTREKlff
mi
20
1539
1520
0250
0220
9.3
 MALAHAT	
Port Alberni
Subdivision Train
I1*
< £
£ .2
Q_ .2
9
IO
1920
1928
0655
0703
f0824
f0830
27.8
31.2
11                  7.8   '   ■ ■
     'SHAWNIGAN
18
26
fl504
fl458
0152
0143
3.4
, ,,,,   COBBLE HILL
43     „ ■
1938
1950
1955
0713
0725
0730
f0836
$0844
0848
35.5
39.7
41.6
  COWICHAN .
14
Nil
21
fl452
$1444
1440
0132
0120
0115
4.2
DUNCAN                     RZ
RC
1.9
    HAYWARD    RY
let. Lake Cowichan Sub.
4 6            ..,-..
0855
0857
46.2
47.5
 MOUNT SICKER
Nil
Nil
1433
1431
2010
0745
1.3
          OSBORN BAY                ZY
0100
-    .     ,          ,      «j 7
2018
2025
2035
0753
0800
0810
f0902
0907
$0913
51.2
54.5
58.4
 CHEMADIU8 RZ
3.3
    SALTAIR   ....
CH
18
Nil
27
fl426
1421
$1415
0051
0043
0033
3.9
    LAD V SMITH    RZ
A
6 3
2048
2100
0823
0835
f0923
0933
64.7
70.0
    CASSEDY    Z
5.3
   mucmi    Y
14
17
fl405
1355
0018
0005
SO
1550
0600
0400
0933
70.0
    STOCKETT     Y
0 5
17
1355
$0940
1000
715
  NANAIMO Z
N
Nil
1350
S1340
1600
0610
0410
A ft
1612
1630
1645
0622
0640
0655
0422
0440
0455
fl009
1020
1028
77.3
84.4
89.7
    WELLINGTON    	
17
22
19
fl331
1321
1313
7.1
 IAYEM	
5.3
 BRYN	
55
1700
0710
0510
$1037
95.2
  PARKSVILLE    ZYR
Jet. Port Alberni Sub.
69   	
I
13
S1304
0725
0742
fl046
fl058
101.8
110.2
   QUALICUM BEACH  	
25
Nil
fl253
fl241
8.4
    DUNSMUIR   	
0805
0825
0845
1113
fll26
1140
121.0
130.2
139.7
-   lU.o  ————————
19
Nil
Yard
1226
fl213
1200
9.2
9.5
  COURTENAY ZYR
NY
Dally
67
Dally
65
Daily
63
Dally
53
Dally    1
51
Dally
Ex. Sun.
1
Rules 41 and 44 apply*
Rule 93A applies.
Daily
Ex. Sun.
2
Dally
52
See Victoria Subdivision Footnotes, Pages 20 and 21
 20
TIME TABLE  No. 98,  APRIL 30,   1972
VICTORIA SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
RDC Psgr. Frt.
Victoria, mileage .0 and Courtenay, mileage 159.7   45     35     SO
Mileage
.1 Over approaches  and span,
bridge	
.6 and 7.1 (on curves) 	
Johnson  St.
.9 Public crossing at grade and within 400
feet either side of crossing	
1.8 Public crossing at grade	
10.7 and 27.8	
252 and 25.9 (on curves) 	
282 (on curve)      	
8
30
•10
•10
30
25
20
33.0 and 36.8 (on curves)      25
39.7 (Southward Trains only) From circuit end
signs located approximately 250 feet north
of public crossing at grade —__________   #5
40.0 From circuit end signs located approximately 350 feet each side of public crossing at grade  _____ #10
44.0 (on curve)     25
59.6 Approaching and within 500 feet of governing signals Comox Logging and Railway Company crossing at grade	
60.7 (over bridge)  	
64.4 and 66.8 (on curves)	
682 Abandoned mine —	
68.7 and 70.6 (on curves) 	
15
25
20
25
71.8, 72.2, 72.3, 72.4, 72.6, 72.7, 72.8 Public crossings at grade 1—  *10
73.0 and 73.4 Public crossings at grade 10
WELLCOX Movements over slip and on ship, on
flashing green or yellow signal      4
Speed must be further reduced on
steady yellow signal to avoid over-
speed impact on coupling.
95.3 Public crossing at grade and from circuit
end signs located approximately 500 feet
on each side of crossing #10
•Until crossing is fully occupied.
8 8
30
•10 #10
•10 #10
30 20
25
20 20
25 25
•10
•10
20
20
15
15
20
20
25
25
20
20
25
25
•10
•10
10
10
•10   #10
Passenger trains will stop on flag at Strathcona Lodge, mileage
262; Hillbank, mileage 34.1; South Wellington, mileage 67.2; Starks,
mileage 692; Nanoose Bay, mileage 86.8; Buckley Bay, mileage
126.1.
No. 2 will wait at Courtenay until No. 1 arrives.
Railway crossing at grade with Comox Logging and Railway
Company Mileage 59.6—Interlocking—Rule 605A does not apply.
Yard Limits Esquimalt extend to the end of track Victoria.
Yard Limits Duncan extend to yard limit sign north of Hayward.
Yard Limits Nanaimo extend from yard limit sign north of
Wellington to yard limit sign south of Stockett.
The position of switch where Port Alberni Subdivision joins
Victoria Subdivision at Parksville is normal when set for Port
Alberni Subdivision.
At Stockett time of Northward trains originating and Southward
trains terminating applies at the North Wye Switch.
At Stockett time of Southward trains originating and Northward
trains terminating applies at the South Wye Switch.
First class trains will register at Ladysmith and Parksville by
register ticket.
Northward trains will record departure time from Victoria yard
in a register book at mileage 0.7.
Trains originating must obtain clearance at Wellcox and may
leave Stockett without obtaining clearance.
Duncan is a Register Station for trains No. 51 and No. 52.
Chemainus is a register station for trains when instructed by train
order.
Two whistle posts protect the three public crossings at grade
through the Indian Reserve on the Stockett-Wellcox Spur.
DRAWBRIDGE—Mileage   0.1   (Johnson   St.)—Interlocking.   Rule
605A does not apply.
All trains will stop before passing the signal and then be governed by signal indication.
The bridge shall not be opened for a period of fifteen minutes
after the arrival of a passenger train at the Victoria station,
nor for fifteen minutes before the scheduled time of the departure of a passenger train from said station, nor for a
period of five minutes after the departure time of a scheduled
passenger train from the said station unless, in the meantime,
the said train has passed over and cleared the bridge. Any
special or excursion train which has been publicly advertised
in a newspaper in the City of Victoria has the same rights,
both before departure and after arrival, as are herein accorded
to scheduled trains.
Passenger trains placed at station by yard crews must be spotted
clear of barriers and counterweights so as to permit the opening of the bridge up to fifteen minutes before the departure
time of train. If necessary train to be cut and sufficient cars
to clear bridge placed on yard track, and road engine must
not be coupled to train until fifteen minutes before departure
time of train, unless it will be clear to permit the opening of
the bridge.
Trains consisting of skeleton log flats must carry fifty pounds
brake pipe pressure when cars are empty and standard brake pipe
pressure when cars arc loaded.
Lights will not be displayed in train order signals.
Retaining valves must be used on 33 percent of the cars on
freight trains descending grades Malahat to Goldstream and Malahat to Shawnigan.
See Special Instructions pages 33 to 37 incl.
Continued on page 21
 TIME  TABLE  No.  98,  APRIL 30,   1972
21
VICTORIA SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES—Continued
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—
DFA-16b, c, g, DFB-16d prohibited.
All units with 6 driving axles prohibited on Bridge 79.1 and 79.9.
CARS—
Over 211,000 to 263,000 and 196,000 to 220,000 (ore) lbs. gross
weight each 20 m.pJi. on Bridge 47.9 and 123.0.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—
100 to 160 tons capacity, 20 m.pJi. on Bridge 14X), 29.8, 35X5,
47.9, 60.7, 64.4, 113.2, 123.0, 124.1, 131.1.
200 to 250 tons capacity, prohibited, except 414479, 480, 503 and
650 20 m.pJi. on Bridge 14.0, 29.8, 35.6, 47.9, 60.7, 64.4, 1135, 123.0,
124.1,131.1.
COMBINATION  CRANE-PILE DRIVER—
30 to 31 tons capacity 20 m.pii. on Bridge 47.9, 60.7, 123.0.
STOCKETT-WELLCOX SPUR
DIESEL UNITS—RESTRICTIONS—
Single—5 m.pJi. on Ferry Approach and Apron, on center track
only with adjacent tracks clear. Barge end plus or minus 2'-6"
from the horizontal and both aprons with a uniform grade. Unit
must not be on apron when moving cars or other equipment.
Transport by ferry dependent on barge or boat capacity.
All units with 6 driving axles prohibited on Barge No. 4.
CARS—
Up to 263,000 lb. gross weight each,
except cars over 220,000 lb. prohibited on barge No. 4.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—
200 to 250 tons capacity, travel condition only on Bridge 0.69, 1.02—
prohibited on Barge No. 4 and
Princess of Vancouver.
COMBINATION  CRANE-PILE
DRIVER—
Up to 31 tons capacity.
PILE DRIVER—
Up to 201,000 lb. gross weight each. J
5 m.p.h. on Ferry Apron.
Approach and Apron.
>■ Transport by ferry
dependent on barge
or boat capacity.
CROFTON SPUR MILEAGE 47X15
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 15 M.P.H.
RESTRICTIONS:
All movements must come to a stop before passing over
PUBLIC CROSSING AT GRADE Mileage 0.8.
Diesel units: All prohibited except DS-9, 10, 12, DRS-10
and 12.
Auxiliary cranes: 200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited except 414479, 480, 503 and 650.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OF TRACK Mileage 2.1.
WESTWARD  TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
NO REGULAR TRAINS
READ
DOWN
E
S z
.0
9.2
18.0
LAKE COWICHAN
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
...   HAYWARD    RZY
Jet. Victoria Sub.
9.2
  SAHTLAM 	
8.8
LAKE COWICHAN  ZYR
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93 A applies.
_ *=
•g at
0 to
1 %
2 eg
h- O
o
ITS
8 2
o to
Yard
Nfl
Yard
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
NO REGULAR TRAINS
READ
UP
LAKE COWICHAN  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum permissible speed: All trains 25 m.pJi.
Trains and engines must stop at stop sign on back track before
proceeding over public crossing at grade Mileage 17.7.
Engines must not go more than 300 feet beyond public crossing
at the end of Pacific Logging Co. tracks at Lake Cowichan interchange.
Trains consisting of Skeleton Log Flats must cany fifty pounds
brake pipe pressure when cars are empty and standard brake pipe
pressure when cars are loaded.
Retaining valves must be used on 100 percent of the cars on
freight trains descending grades Sahtlam to Hayward.
See Special Instructions Pages 33 to 37 incl. regarding 2% grades,
etc
Lights will not be displayed in train order signals.
RESTRICTIONS
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—
200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited.
 22
TIME TABLE  No. 98, APRIL 30,   1972
WESTWARD  TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
67
Freight
Daily
1705
1716
1738
1818
1822
1920
Daily
67
63
Freight
Daily
0515
0526
0548
0628
0632
0730
Daily
63
in   ^
_£
;= re
_s o.
4.3
12.7
21.1
21.9
88.8
PORT ALBERNI
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
ZYR
... PARKSVILLE 	
Jet. Victoria Sub.
4.3
    COOMBS   	
8.4
CAMERON LAKE 	
8.4
LOCHARKAIG   	
0.8
ARROWSMITH 	
16.9
. PORT ALBERNI  ZYK
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93A applies.
£3=
h- o
I EASTWARD  TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
o
II
o in
Yard
NR
26
NO
16
Yard
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
Parksville, Mileage .0 and Cameron Lake, Mileage
12.7 11	
30
Mileage .1 Public crossing at grade and between
circuit end signs located approximately
500 feet each side of crossing	
Cameron Lake, Mileage 12.7 and Mileage 24.6
Mileage 24.6 and Port Alberni, Mileage 38.8 ...
Mileage
36.9, 37.4 Public crossings at grade  #10
37.9 Public crossing at grade and between circuit end signs located approximately 475
feet each side of crossing  #10
•Until crossing is fully occupied.
Retaining valves must be used on 33 percent of the cars on
freight trains descending grades Locharkaig to Port Alberni.
PORT ALBERNI  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Trains must make running test of the brakes at Locharkaig
eastward and westward before descending grade.
Doubling spur Locharkaig holds 13 cars.
The position of switch where Port Alberni Subdivision joins
Victoria Subdivision at Parksville is normal when set for Port
Alberni Subdivision.
Trains consisting of skeleton log flats must carry fifty pounds
brake pipe pressure when cars are empty and standard brake pipe
pressure when cars are loaded.
See Special Instructions Pages 33 to 37 incl. regarding 2% grades,
etc.
Lights will not be displayed in train order signals.
10
20
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel units—All units with 6 driving axles prohibited.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—
200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited, except 414479, 480, 503 and
650 20 m.pJi. on Bridge 4.7, 12.4.
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD CLASS
980
Freight
Daily
0600
0615
0630
Daily
980
£
10.5
5.2
.0
KINGSGATE
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
KINGSGATE
5.3
.. GLENLILY ...
5.2
....   YAHK   ....
Jet. Nelson Sub.
ZRY
ZRY
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93A applies.
o to
2 £
RO
DA
o
8* &
O    £
CO   .2
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Yard
Nil
Yard
SOUTHWARD   TRAINS
SUPERIOR   DIRECTION
THIRD CLASS
979
Freight
Daily
0445
0430
0415
Daily
979
KINGSGATE SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Yahk, mileage .0 and Kingsgate, mileage 10.5
Mileage 2.3 and 2.8	
Trains handling cars 376000-017 inclusive
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
30
20
25
Engine arriving Kingsgate on No. 979 must retain all train orders
and may assume schedule of No. 980 and leave Kingsgate without
a clearance.
See Special Instructions pages 33 to 37 incl.
Lefevre Spur Mileage 3.4 connected South End, capacity 11 cars.
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—DE units with a gross weight exceeding 265,000
lbs. must not operate on other than main track of U.P. Rly. in
Eastport Idaho yard.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—
200 to 250 ton capacity 20 m.p.h. on Bridge 8.5.
 TIME TABLE  No. 98,  APRIL 30,   1972
23
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR TRAINS
READ
DOWN
p -o
£ 8
1 g
2 to
.0
1.2
8.2
20.1
33.8
FORDING  RIVER
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
... SPARWOOD   Z
Jet. Cranbrook Sub.
1.2
   ELKVIEW  	
7.0
    HARMER   	
11.9
  CLODE 	
13.7
  FORDING 	
Rules 41 and 44 Apply
Rule 93A Applies
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.E S
RS «+-
H     O
RD
o
s.
c
co .—
Nil
Nil
27
20
Nil
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR TRAINS
READ
UP
FORDING  RIVER SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES
Maximum Permissible Speed: All trains 20 m.p.h.
Main Track Switch at Elkview Mileage 1.2 is normal when lined
for Kaiser Resources Coal Loading Plant.
Yard Limits Sparwood extend to Yard Limit sign North of Elk-
view.
All Southward movements must stop 500 feet North of Elkview
Switch and not proceed until permission received from Operator at
Sparwood.
Use minimum power and do not exceed 4 m.p.h. over scale
entering and leaving loop track, also over scale North of Silos
Elkview.
Do not enter Silos at Elkview until advised by Kaiser Resources
that this is in order.
Employees are prohibited from riding on sides or tops of equipment when passing through Kaiser Coal Loading Silos at Elkview.
Loop Track Switch Fording is normal when lined for unit trains
leaving Loading Loop Track.
Employees are prohibited from riding on sides or tops of equipment at Loading Silo Fording.
Use minimum power and do not exceed 4 m.p.h. over scale South
of Silo at Fording.
Lights will not be maintained on switches.
See Special Instructions pages 33 to 37 incl.
 24
TIME TABLE  No. 98, APRIL 30
,  1972
 —
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
E i
si
V*    ^
<b  >
ss  o
So
CRANBROOK
SUBDIVISION
«- J2
•8 5
,S   o
CO *♦-
m. »*-
h- O
ea.
O to
EASTWARD TRAINS—SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
980
Freight
Daily
76
Freight
Daily
78
Freight
Daily
1               1
72
Freight
Daily
984
Freight
Daily
STATIONS
.0
7.2
13.2
V  CROWSNEST 	
72
McGILLIVRAY   	
ZK
Z
z
BU
Tend
22
58
0915
0848
0830
1510
1443
1425
1810
1743
1725
eoi5
1948
1930
0215
0148
0130
6.0
14.6
17.6
23.7
— ■   l.^fc   ———
  NATAL 	
Q
RD
57
nh
Nil
0826
0820
0807
1421
1415
1402
1721
1715
1702
1926
1920
1907
0126
0120
0107
3.0
 SPARWOOD	
z
Jet. Fording River Sub.
6.1
  OLSON 	
27.9
36.1
45.3
54.3
61.3
    4.2  	
UrVTMFP
153
51
143
70
131
0758
0738
0713
0655
0640
1353
1333
1309
1252
1238
1653
1633
1609
1552
1538
1858
1838
1813
1755
1740
0058
0038
0013
2355
2340
8.2
.. FERNIE	
WZY
RS
9.2
j  MORRISSEY  	
9.0
,,,,    ELKO	
Z
KO
7.0
    CAITHNESS   	
63.5
72.3
80.2
83.2
    2.2   	
GALLOWAY
,.   z
46
147
Nil
156
0635
0617
1233
1215
1533
1515
1735
1717
2335
2317
8.8
f«T.VHT.T.T
DW
7.9
BULL RIVER 	
3.0
  FENWICK 	
0555
1155
1455
1655
2255
12.3
   FORT STEELE   1
iVZYR
95.5
100.8
105.5
107.7
FS
Nil
163
Nil
Yard
0530
0520
0510
0500
1130
1120
1110
1100
1430
1420
1410
1400
1630
1620
1610
1600
2230
2220
2210
2200
Jet. Windermere Sub.
5.3
RILEY
4.7
NORTH STAR 	
Jet. Kimberley Sub.
2.2
 CRANBROOK 	
ZK
CK
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93A applies*
Daily
72
Daily
984
Daily
980
Daily
76
Daily
78
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Mileage from Crowsnest
.0 and 14.6      	
CRANBROOK  SUBDI
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
             25
VISION  FOOTNOTES                                                  fjj
Special Instruction "C" is amended as follows: Not applicable to
trains handling a complete consist of 349, 351 series bathtub roller
bearing equipped cars. Except when weather or other conditions
prevent proper running inspection, other freight trains may run
sixty-five miles without stopping for standing train inspection.
Movements on   track  from  Mileage  145   to  Kaiser  Resources
Plant must not exceed ten m.p.h., track to building must not be
used and cars left North of switch to this track.
Engines must not move west of engine water supply box on no. 3
track or more than 300 feet beyond frog, track No. 9 at Michel.
Windermere Subdivision Junction switch at Mileage 95.5 Interlocked Power switch is dual controlled Rule 104B  applies. Interlocking is controlled by Operator Fort Steele.
Yard limits Michel extend to yard limit sign west of Natal.
Yard limits Cranbrook extend to yard limit sign east of North
Star.
Train order signal at Fort Steele is located between Cranbrook
Subdivision and Windermere Subdivision main  tracks   1600  feet
east of station.
Derail on west end siding Michel.
14.6 a
nd 29.7         ....
             35
29.7 a
nH 88.3  I
              30
38.3 and 95.0 ...
             35
95.0 and 105.3 .
                     25
Mileage
52.9 and 54.1 (o
56.9 (on curve)
66.1 and 71.4 (o
77 2 (on curve)
85.7 (on curve)
95.5 and 96.0 ...
n curves) .
             25
             30
n curves)
             30
             30
              30
              15
105.3 and 106.7
106.7 and 107.7
                      10
Continued or
i page 25
 TIME  TABLE  No.  98,  APRIL 30,   1972
25
CRANBROOK  SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES—Continued
Special Instruction 'J' is amended to permit the handling in unit
trains of bathtub type cars in 349, 351 series with gross weights of
up to 273,500 pounds, provided the total overload of the train does
not exceed 1% of the total stencilled gross weight of cars and
lading.
At Michel Bathtub type cars may be loaded on tracks 5, 6, and
7 only.
On unit coal trains straight air must not be cut in on more than
15 cars.
Train phone wires insulated between Cranbrook and Fort Steele
and cannot be used. Phones located at North Star, east and west
switches at Riley.
Employees are prohibited from riding on tops or sides of cars
at Wolverine Spur Mileage 55.3.
At Fort Steele when train order signal is displayed in stop
indication for Eastward trains stop must be made before fouling
East junction switch.
Fort Steele is register station for trains originating and terminating only.
Rule 105A does not apply at Michel.
See Special Instructions pages 33 to 37 incl.
Also see Kootenay Division Special Instructions Page 27.
RESTRICTIONS
CRANE AND AUXILIARY
200 to 250 ton capacity 30 m.pii. on Bridge 26.4, 39.37 and 40.0.
DIESEL UNITS—
DRF-30, 36, prohibited on track 4 Michel.
STORAGE TRACES
Location
Capacity
Mileage 18.2
41
Olson
46
Mileage 55.3
North     6
Mileage 55.3
South     7
Mile 59.0
48
Mileage 94.1
36
Connected
Both ends
Both ends
Both ends
East end
West end
Both ends
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
■31
•—   o
4.1
6.8
8.6
15.3
16.5
KIMBERLEY
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
... NORTH STAR Z
Jet. Cranbrook Sub.
4.1
...   WANKLYN   	
2.7
...   WYCLIFFE     Z
1.8
...   PORTEOUS   	
6.7
CHAPMAN CAMP  YZ
1.2
...   KIMBERLEY   	
a>
"E .2*
o </>
s 8
h- o
CK
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93A applies.
8 i
O  CS)
Yard
35
NR
23
mi
Yard
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
KIMBERLEY SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
North Star, mileage .0 and Kimberley,
mileage 16.5 	
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
20
Mileage
3.9 and 7.9  10
Yard limits Wydiffe extend t0 yard limit sign south of Wanklyn.
Yard limits Chapman Camp extend to Mileage 16.5.	
Trains between North Star and Cranbrook will be governed by
Cranbrook Subdivision time table, Page 24.
Grille work both sides and centre of track Cominco Limited
hopper Chapman Camp.
Trains must carry ninety pounds brake pipe pressure.
See Special Instructions Pages 33 to 37 incl. regarding 2% grades,
etc.
On freight trains having 3200 tons or more, empty freight cars
must be marshalled behind at least 15 loaded cars from engine.
Also see Kootenay Division Special Instructions Page 27.
 26
TIME TABLE  No. 98, APRIL 30,  1972
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WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
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2 o
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SUBDIVISION
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1 S
H O
ta
8*
EASTWARD  TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
THIRD CLASS
SECOND CLASS
FOURTH CLASS
979
Freight
Daily
984
Freight
Dally
980
Freight
Dally
90
Freight
Dally
92
Freight
Dally
96
Freight
Dally
STATIONS
0205
0218
0227
.0
5.4
9.4
 CRANBROOK ZK
CK
Yard
26
57
0625
0609
0601
0845
0829
0821
1400
1347
1337
2125
2114
2106
0425
0412
0403
5.4
  FASSIFERNE Z
4.0
    SWANSEA   	
10.4
0253
0314
19.8
30.1
60
44
0535
0513
0755
0733
1310
1246
2040
2016
0337
0314
10.3
    TOCHTY   	
c O
0325
0337
35.1
40.6
46.0
Ntt
Nil
58
0502
0450
0430
0722
0710
1235
1220
1140
2005
1950
1910
0255
0240
0147
5.5
  YAHK  WZYR
DA
Jet. Kingsgate Sub.
5.4
    GOATFELL   	
i.   5 n        ,.,,.
51.3
55.4
62.0
64.2
. KZNERT
Nil
77
Nil
NO
0411
0400
0340
1120
1107
1047
1850
1837
1817
0124
0109
0047
4.1
    McCONNEL   	
6.6
    LIPSETT   	
2.2
  ERICKSON  Z
67.8
72.9
73.8
79.8
83.1
91.4
99.0
107.5
117.5
122.2
128.0
132.3
137.8
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BR
58
Nil
Nil
70
NR
51
45
76
62
NR
64
Nfl
Yard
0323
0305
1030
1015
1800
1742
0030
0012
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0247
0237
0215
0155
0123
0057
0047
0035
0025
0005
0959
0949
0920
0900
0838
0812
0802
0750
0740
0720
1724
1714
1650
1630
1603
1537
1527
1515
1505
1445
2354
2344
2319
2259
2235
2205
2152
2140
2130
2110
3.3
  KOOTENAY LANDING
8.3
TYE
7.6
   DREWRY
8.5
10.0
  PROCTER  ZY
4.7
    HARROP
PO
5.8
    ATBARA   	
m
4.3
  TROUP  ZYR
Jet. B.N.R.
5.5
NELSON    ZK
BC
Daily
979
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 9SA applies.
Dally
984
Daily
980
Dally
90
Daily
92
Dally
96
See Nelson Subdivision  Footnotes Page 27
 — — ' ■         „.,
 TIME TABLE No.  93,  APRIL 30,   1972
27
NELSON  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Located Between All Trains
Cranbrook, mileage .0 and Goatfeil mileage 46.0 30
Mileage
0.1 and   12 (over main track switches)   15
125 (public crossing at grade) ...1..  10
11.1 and 11.6 (on curves)   20
165 and 172 (rock  cuts)     20
42.8 and 453 (on curves)  20
Goatfeil, between switches , ,   25
Goatfeil, mileage 46.0 and Procter mileage 1175 25
Mileage
47.8 and 49.0 (on curves)   20
575 and 65.2 (on curves)   20
675 (pedestrian crossing)     10
75.4 and 76.1 (on curve)   20
81.5 (on bridge)   5
82.9 and 84.0 (on bridge and curve)  20
92.8 and 93.4 (on curves)   20
93.4 and 94.0   10
Procter, mileage 1175 and Nelson, mileage 137.8 301	
Mileage
132.2 and 182.8 (on curves)  20
136.1 (public crossing at grade)  10
137.0 (public crossing at grade)  10
1372 (public crossing at grade)   10
1375 (public crossing at grade)   10
Do not apply brakes on bridge mileage 815.
Special Instruction "C" is amended as follows: Except when
weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection
freight trains may run eighty miles without stopping for standing
train inspection.
Fixed signals connected to slide detector fence at Mileage 101.9
are located at mileage 1015 governing westward trains and mileage 1025 governing eastward trains. Fixed signals connected to slide
detector fences at mileage 1045 and mileage 104.9 are located at
mileage 103.8 governing westward trains and mileage 1055 governing eastward trains and display indication as follows:
1. Green Light—slide fence normal. Trains may proceed.
2. Red Light—slide fence tripped. Trains may proceed through
the slide area prepared to stop short of obstruction on the track.
These signals do not indicate whether track occupied, rail broken
or other obstruction.
Yard limit sign Yahk situated on east side Kingsgate Subdivision
governs trains on Nelson Subdivision.
At Yahk, the Kingsgate Subdivision main track will be used for
meeting and passing of trains.
Troup and Yahk are register stations for trains originating and
terminating only.
Retaining valves must be used on 33 percent of the cars on
freight trains descending grade Goatfeil to Lipsett and standing
inspection must be made at McConnel and Sirdar if the tonnage is
in excess of "A" rating for the ascending grade for the diesel units
on which the dynamic brake is in effective operating condition,
unless the train is controlled with a pressure maintaining brake
valve. Otherwise Rules 34(a) form 582 and 27 form 583 apply.
See Special Instructions pages 33 to 37 incl.
Also See Kootenay Division Special Instructions Page 27.
STORAGE TRACKS
Location
Capacity
Ryan
48
Kinert
43
Lipsett
48
Loasby
16
Wynndel
7
Kootenay Landing
16
Harrop
30
Connected
Both ends
Both ends
Both ends
Both ends
Both ends
Both ends
Both ends
RESTRICTIONS
DIESEL UNITS—
All prohibited on barge approach and apron Procter, Kaslo and
Lardeau.
CARS—
Kootenay Lake barge approach and apron Procter, Kaslo and Lardeau. 142.000 to 220,000 lb. and 220,000 lb. (ore.) gross weight each
5 m.pJi. in strings and avoid shock when loading over barge approach and apron. Over 220,000 lb. gross weight each prohibited.
At Procter empty cars must be used as reachers over slip and
apron. Only loads permitted to move over slip and apron are
those moving by barge and loads fer each track to be loaded separately.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY-
IS to 75 tons capacity 5 m.pJi., separated by empty idler when
moved over apron to Kootenay Lake barge and avoid shock. Transport by barge dependent on barge capacity.
100 to 160 tons capacity 20 m.pJi. on Bridge 91.04—prohibited on
Kootenay Lake barge approaches and aprons.
200 to 250 tons capacity 20 m.pJi. on Bridge 11.9, 195, 255, 292,
465, 55.4, 832 and 95.0. 10 m.pii. on Bridge 91.04—prohibited on
Bridge 815 and on Kootenay Lake barge approaches and aprons.
COMBINATION CRANE AND PILE DRIVER—
25 to 31 tons capacity on Kootenay Lake barge approaches and
aprons 5 m.pii., separated by empty idler when moved over apron
and avoid shock. Transport by barge dependent on barge capacity.
PILE DRIVER—
All prohibited on Kootenay Lake barge approaches and aprons
except 400040 and 400043 only 5 m.p.h. separated by empty idler
when moved over apron and avoid shock. Transport by barge
dependent on barge capacity.
KOOTENAY  DIVISION  SPECIAL  INSTRUCTIONS
On freight trains with four units or more, and having "A
rating, empties are to be marshalled towards rear of tram.
Empty cars fifty-two feet or over must be marshalled toward rear
of train.
Except where used as idlers empty flats 41 feet or less must be
marshalled toward rear of train.
 r
28
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TABLE  No. 98,  APRIL
30,
1972
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WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
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BOUNDARY
SUBDIVISION
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EASTWARD  TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
91
Freight
Daily
87
Freight
Dally
i
oo
Freight
Daily
ox
Freight
Daily
STATIONS
1900
1920
1935
1000
1020
1035
0200
0220
0235
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7.1
11.9
NELSON                         ZK
BC
Yard
Nil
Nil
7.1
BEASLEY
4.8
   SOUTH SLOCAN    ZYR
sa
Jet. Slocan Sub.
0 4
1936
1942
1955
2005
2010
1036
1042
1055
1105
1110
0236
0242
0255
0305
0310
12.3
14.3
20.1
23.5
25.7
FBAINE    	
Nil
56
NR
Nil
43
2.0
8HOBEACBES   	
5.8
3.4
     BRILLIANT               	
2.2
  CASTLEGAR  ZYR
CG
0700
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27.0
28.5
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62
Nil
NR
61
62
59
1.5
  KRAFT 	
0710
0844
1001
1055
29.7
43.5
57.9
70.5
12
  WESTLEY 	
13.8
COYKENDAHL
14.4
     FARRON                 ZWY
12.6
     LAFFERTY    	
fi 4
1115
1132 i
1210
1325
1355
76.9
81.4
94.8
108.7
117.3
  FIFE 	
NR
NR
57
56
23
4.5
  CASCADE  Y
13.4
  GRAND FORKS  ZW
13.9
  EHOLT  Y
8.6
GREENWOOD    Z
121.0
126.6
1    ■                                3.7    ——————
BOUNDARY FALLS
NR
Yard
1420
5.6
    MIDWAY    ZK
MI
Dally
91
Daily
87
Daily
83
Dally
81
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Role 95A applies.
See Boundary Subdivision Footnotes Page 29
 TIME  TABLE  No.  93,  APRIL 30,   1972
29
BOUNDARY  SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Located Between All Trains
Nelson Mile .0 and Mile 25.3  30
Mileage
0.0 and 2.5 (on curves)   20
4.1 (curve on bridge)   20
7.4 and 7.8 (on curves)   25
10.9 (on  curve)    25
20.8 and 21.0 (on curves)    25
Mile 25.3 and 83.0   20
Mileage
45.2 Rock bluff   10
77.5 (on curve)    15
81.1 (bridge) diesel units DRS-24
DRF-30 DRF-36   15
Mile 83.0 and 95.7   30
Mileage
88.6 and 89.2 (on curves)   25
Mile 95.7 and 109.0  20
Mileage
101.0 and 102.1   10
Mile 109.0 and Midway Mile 126.6  30	
Mileage
110.1 and 116.5 (on curves)   20
118.3 and 121.0 (on curves)   25
123.4 (on curve)   25
124.1 and 124.3 (on curves)   20
125.3 and 125.7 (on curves)   25
Engines on West Kootenay Power Spurs
Nos. 8, 11, 12 8
Trains handling gondolas, 52 feet long or over,
when loaded to capacity, westward, Farron to
Cascade and eastward, Farron to mileage 32.4— 15
and except when controlled by dynamic brake
must make additional thermal test at Mileage
66.4 westward and at mileage 50.4 eastward.
BC Telephone have 3 crossarms on our poles for 9 poles west
of Milepost 15 and for 17 poles west of Milepost 17, train phone is
on FOURTH crossarm from extreme top of pole and in same
position as shown on diagram Page 38.
Engines must not go more than 400 feet beyond switch on No. 3
spur Brilliant.
Yard limits South  Slocan extend  to yard limit sign west of
Fraine.
Yard limits Castlegar extend to yard limit sign west of Westley.
South Slocan is a register station for trains originating and terminating only.
Rule 105A does not apply at Castlegar, Robson West and Lafferty.
Cars set out at Fraine to be left at extreme west end of storage
track.
Kraft Cars of woodchips in trains from west to be placed in
track No. 6 at Kraft.
See Special Instructions Pages 33 to 37 incl. regarding 2% grades,
etc.
Also See Kootenay Division Special Instructions Page 27.
STORAGE TRACKS
Location
Capacity
Connected
Mileage 4.9
6
Both ends
Beasley
29
Both ends
Fraine
19
Both ends
Thrums
31
Both ends
Brilliant
37
Both ends
Westley
34
Both ends
Mileage 50.4
13
West end
Mileage 66.4
13
East end
Fife
17
East end
Mileage 793
4
East end
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel units—DS-6, 10 class units only may operate on W.K.P.L.
Co. spur at mileage 12.2.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY-
ISO ton capacity 414400-402 through tunnel Mileage 42.9 must
have catwalks folded in against side of crane and moved cautiously.
200 to 250 ton capacity 20 m.p.h. on Bridge 4.1 and Bridge 14.6.
CARSON SPUR MILEAGE 94.4
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 10 M.P.H.
RESTRICTIONS:
Diesel units:
All units with 6 driving axles prohibited.
Lights will not be displayed on switches.
END OF TRACK Mileage 1.97.
 30
TIME  TABLE  No.  98,  APRIL 30,   1972
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
71
Freight
Tue.
Thur.
Sat
0515
0540
0555
0607
0638
0646
0655
0730
0808
0828
0849
0908
0942
1004
1029
1115
Tue.
Thur.
Sat
71
.0
11.7
19.0
20.5
24.8
39.4
4X3
46.6
61.0
76.6
84.0
91.2
97.6
106.5
113.2
118.9
133.7
CARMI
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
..   MIDWAY    ZK
11.7
ROCK CREEK  Z
7.3
.  ZAMORA  	
    1.5   	
WESTBRIDGE   	
4.3
... RHONE 	
14.6
. DELLWYE  Y
2.9
BEAVERDELL 2
4.3
... CARMI  Z
   14.4 	
LAKEVALE   	
15.6
McCULLOCH 	
7.4
...  MYRA   	
    7.2   	
...   RUTH   	
6.4
... LORNA 	
8.9
CHUTE LAKE Z
6.7
...   ADRA   	
    5.7   	
Z
....   GLENFIR   ...
14.8
..   PENTICTON
Jet. Osoyoos Sub.
ZK
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93 A applies.
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MI
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Yard
62
Ntt
Nil
Ntt
Nil
76
Nil
NR
28
NR
NR
mi
25
Nil
64
Yard
EASTWARD  TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
70
Freight
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
1705
1640
1622
1610
1538
1530
1518
1443
1405
1345
1324
1304
1230
1212
1200
1130
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
70
FOURTH CLASS
CARMI   SUBDIVISION   FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
Midway, mileage .0 and Chute Lake, mileage 106.5
Mileage
3.8 (on curve) 	
29.0 and   30.0   	
84.0 and   89.0 	
960) and   96.5 (bridge)
985 and   98.9	
1015 and 1025 	
Chute Lake, mileage 1065 and
Penticton, mileage 133.7 EASTWARD ONLY .
WESTWARD ONLY
Mileage
1135 and 1145 (tunnel)
119.0 and 125.0	
1515 and 131.7	
131B and 133.7 (public crossing at grade)
25
20
20
20
20
20
20
25
20
20
20
10
10
Special Instruction "C" is amended as follows: Except when
weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection,
freight trains may run between Midway and Beaverdell without
stopping for standing train inspection.
See Special Instructions Pages 33 to 37 incl. regarding 2% grades,
Also see Kootenay Division Special Instructions Page 27.
STORAGE TRACKS
Location
Capacity
Connected
Zamora
Westbridge
Rhone
Carmi
Lakevale
27
6
28
18
13
Both ends
Both ends
Both ends
Both ends
West end
Myra
Ruth
Lorna
Adra
13
13
13
East end
West end
West end
13
East end
RESTRICTIONS
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—
200 to 250 tons capacity 20 m.pii. on Bridge 155 and 26.9.
 TIME TABLE  No. 98,  APRIL 30,  1972
31
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
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tn JSf
n=   ¥1
S o
21.7
18.7
12.6
9.9
8.0
3.6
.0
ROSSLAND
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
...   WARFIELD   	
3.0
 TRAIL ZWYK
6.1
..  BIRCHBANK  	
2.7
   GENELLE  	
1.9
  POUPORE 	
4.4
...   KINNAIRD    	
3.6
... CASTLEGAR  ZYR
Jet. Boundary Sub.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 98A applies.
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3 I
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NU
Yard
70
NR
58
35
Yard
SOUTHWARD  TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Castlegar, mileage .0 and Trail, mileage 18.7
ROSSLAND SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Retainers must be cut in on all cars from Warfield to Trail.
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
AU Trains
30
Mileage
6J6 (cut)  20
8.0 and 9.9   15
13.8 (cut)  20
Trail mileage 18.7 and Warfield mileage 21.7  10
Derail on Northend of siding Kinnaird.
Southward trains may handle up to thirty empty cars on headend of train.
Trains must carry ninety pounds brake pipe pressure between
Warfield and Trail.
Yard limits Trail extend to end of track mileage 21.8.
No movement may leave Warfield until authorized by Yard-
master Trail.
Movements over public crossing at grade west leg of wye
Trail must be flagged by a member of the crew.
Trains doubling Poupore hill must stop at sign located at
mileage 95 and double from that point.
Yard and train crews leaving cars in north end Trail yard
will be responsible for securing such cars regardless of what other
cars may be standing in same tracks where cars are left.
See Special Instructions Pages 33 to 37 incl. regarding 2% grades,
etc., if brake test made at Castlegar stop at Poupore not required.
Rule 105A does not apply at Kinnaird and Birch Bank.
STORAGE TRACKS
Location
Genelle
Capacity
15
Connected
Both ends
Also see Kootenay Division Special Instructions Page 27.
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
NO  REGULAR  TRAINS
READ
DOWN
H
S co
2.6
10.8
18.5
26.2
31.3
SLOCAN
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
SOUTH  SLOCAN   ZYR
Jet. Boundary Sub.
2.6
CRESCENT VALLEY  	
8.2
    PASSMORE   	
7.7
  WINLAW  	
7.7
... LEMON CREEK 	
5.1
...  SLOCAN CITY   ZY
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93A applies.
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7
14
Yard
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
NO  REGULAR  TRAINS
READ
UP
See Slocan  Subdivision  Footnotes on  Page 32
 32
TIME TABLE  No. 98,  APRIL 30,   1972
SLOCAN  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
South Slocan, mileage jO and Slocan City, mileage
315	
20
Mileage 45 (on curve) 	
Trains handling pile drivers
15
15
Rule 105.A does not apply.
See Special Instructions pages 33 to 37 incl.
Also See Kootenay Division Special instructions Page 27.
RESTRICTIONS
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—
200 to 250 ton capacity prohibited except 414479, 480, 503, 650
and 414471, 472, 474477 in travel condition only on Bridge 26.4.
SLOCAN LAKE BARGE APPROACH AND APRON RESTRICTIONS—
Rosebery, Silverton and Slocan City.
DIESEL UNITS—
All prohibited except DS-lOk-n, DRS-16, 17, 5 m.pJi. when
moved only over apron and avoid shock—prohibited on Silverton.
CARS—
Rosebery and Slocan City—142,000 to 220,000 lb. and 220,000 lb.
(ore) gross weight each 5 m.pii. in strings and avoid shock. Over
220,000 to 263,000 lb. gross weight each prohibited.
Silverton—142,000 lb. gross weight each 5 m.p.h. in strings and
avoid shock. 177,000 lb. gross weight each 5 m.pii. when separated
by one car not greater than 142,000 lbs. Over 177,000 lb. gross
weight each prohibited.
CRANE AND AUXILIARY—
Up to 75 tons capacity 5 m.pJi., separated by empty idler when
moved over apron and avoid shock. Transport by barge dependent
on barge capacity—over 20 tons capacity prohibited Silverton. Over
75 tons capacity prohibited.
COMBINATION CRANE AND PILE DRIVER—
Up to 31 tons capacity 5 m.pJi., separated by empty idler when
moved over apron and avoid shock. Transport by barge dependent
on barge capacity, over 25 tons capacity prohibited at Silverton.
PILE DRIVER—
Prohibited except 400040 and 400043 only at Rosebery and
Slocan City 5 m.pJi., separated by empty idler when moved over
apron and avoid shock. Transport by barge dependent on barge
capacity.
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
2 LU
.0
.3
4.3
20.6
27.4
31.2
KASLO
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
. END OF TRACK .
0.3
DENVER CANYON
4.0
...  ROSEBERRY  ...
 16.3	
ZY
SUMMIT LAKE  	
6.8
...   BROUSE   	
3.8
..   NAKUSP    YZ
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93A applie.
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3 2
fe.s
olco
Nil
Nil
4
7
5
Yord
KASLO  SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
EASTWARD  TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
End of track, mileage .0 and Nakusp, mileage 315 15
Trains handling ore on descending grades .
12
Trains  handling  logs,  long  poles  or  timber  must  use  extra
caution.
Yard limits Rosebery extend to end of track mileage .0
See Special Instructions Pages 33 to 37 incl. regarding 2% grades,
Rule 105A does not apply.
Also See Kootenay Division Special Instructions Page 27.
 TIME  TABLE  No.  98,  APRIL 30,   1972
33
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
1. Air Brake Rule 35, Form 582, is augmented by the following; "When the unit controlling the train is equipped with
pressuremamtammg, the train brakes may be left applied to hold a train standing on grade until ready to proceed. If
stop exceeds two hours and it is considered necessary to recharge the brake system before proceeding, sufficient hand
Drakes must be set to hold the train while recharging. Hand brakes must be set on the rear end of the train when on
ascending grade and on the head end of the train when on descending grade. Before releasing hand brakes, a minimum
brake pipe reduction must be made to hold the train while hand brakes are being released."
2. When dynamic brake is available and unit controlling train is equipped with a pressure maintaining brake valve, a
stop must be made before descending grades of 2 percent or over, proceeding as soon as brakes are released and train
properly charged.
3. Freight trains descending grades of two percent or over must not exceed a speed of twenty miles per hour.
4*  KSK?deS °* 2 P61*60* or over, points at which a standing brake test must be made in accordance with Rule 20, Form
582 except as provided in special instruction No. 2 and points at which thermal tests must be made if dynamic brake or pressure maintaining brake valve is not used or available, are as follows:—
Thermal Test
Subdivisions
Mountain
Osoyoos
Kimberley
Boundary
Rossland
Kaslo
Carmi
Princeton
Port Alberni
Lake Cowichan
5.
Direction
Westward
Eastward
Northward
Grades of 2% or Over Between    Terminal Test
Freight
Passenger
Leanchoil and Mileage 31.7
Glacier and Albert Canyon
Stoney Creek and Rogers
Mileage 1.1 and Mileage 02
on Northwood Mill Spur
Southward    Kimberley and Mileage 13.4
Westward
Eastward
Southward
Northward
Westward
Eastward
Westward
Westward
Eastward
Eastward
Eastward
Field Glenogle
Glacier or Stoney Creek Flat Creek
Glacier or Stoney Creek Rogers or Beavermouth
Mileage 1.1
Mileage 11.4 and 85
Kimberley
Farron and Cascade
Farron
Lafferty
Lafferty
Eholt and Grand Forks
Farron and Mileage 32.4
Eholt
Farron
Mileage 100 J
Coykendahl
Coykendahl
Poupore and Mileage 93
Castlegar
Warfield and Trail
Warfield
Summit Lake and Nakusp
Denver Canyon and Rosebery
Summit Lake
Denver Canyon
Summit Lake and Mileage 12.6
Summit Lake
Chute Lake and Penticton
Chute Lake
Glenfir
Glenfir
Jura and Princeton
Jura
Mileage 255 and Penticton
Mileage 255
West Summerland
Locharkaig and Cameron Lake
Locharkaig
Sahtlam and Hayward
Sahtlam
On DRF-30, 36 class units with twenty-four driving axles on grades of two percent or over, the dynamic brake may be
employed only in conjunction with train air brakes controlled with pressure maintaining brake valve and backup movements must be avoided. Empty freight cars must not be marshalled at the head end of trains under these circumstances.
On DRF-30, 36 class units with twenty-four driving axles on grades of less than two percent if necessary to make backup movements, tonnage must be limited to sixty percent of "A" rating for the ascending grade on which the movement is
made.
6 Trains handling logs on skeleton log flats must not exceed 15 m.pJi., and on conventional flats must not exceed 20 m.p.h.,
this restriction does not apply to log flats in series 305560 to 305609 or to Pacific Great Eastern Railway log flats in series
10000 to 10150.
7. Air must be cut in on all cars and sufficient cars used as idlers to prevent engines being on dip of slip tracks and
aprons when switching cars to and from barges and ferries.
8. When snow plows and spreaders are being handled deadhead, they must be marshalled at rear of train, next ahead
of caboose, and run in the direction of travel.
9 Eneinemen of all trains must have bell ringing when approaching and passing through all tunnels and dark snow
sheds Conductors must see that windows, ventilators and doors are closed, and that at least one light is burning m
each compartment of each passenger car when approaching and passing through Connaught Tunnel.
10   Tri-level flat cars, loaded or empty, must not be coupled to an empty car less than 43 ft. in length, also when loaded
' should be marshalled toward rear of train and not less than 15 cars from diesel units. ^^ ^ ^
 34
TIME TABLE No. 98, APRIL 30,  1972
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
Continued
SHUSWAP, CASCADE
MOUNTAIN
A—Unless otherwise restricted, maximum speed for passenger trains is 90 m.pJi.
Freight trains will, unless otherwise provided, be governed by the following speed limits.
Subdivision Speed Limit
  50 m.pJi.
•-— |g g 45 m.p.h.
THOMPSON g    40m.p.h.
CRANBROOK, WINDERMERE  35 mPJl-
OKANAGAN,  WESTMINSTER,  MISSION,  PRINCETON, KINGSGATE, NELSON,
BOUNDARY, ROSSLAND, VICTORIA, PORT ALBERNI .—. — 30 m.pJi.
LAKE COWICHAN, CARMI     2s mP-k
OSOYOOS, KIMBERLEY, SLOCAN . ~———  20 m.pJi.
KASLO 15 m'Ph'
B—MAXIMUM SPEEDS FOR DIESEL UNITS AS GOVERNED BY TRACTION MOTOR GEARING
Class
DPA-15a, b, d, DPA-17, DPB-15a, DPB-17 	
Miles
Per Hour
       89
       85
DFA-15b, DFA-16a, e, f, DFB-16c, DRS-lOc, d, DRS-16, DRS-18, DRF-24, *DRS-24, #DRF-30c, d, e, f, #DRF-36       75
DFA-15f, DRS-20, DRF-22, DRF-25, *DRF-30a, b -       71
DFA-16b, c, d, g, DFB-16a, b, d _   70
DFA-15c, d, e, DFB-15b, c, d, e, DRS-12, DRS-15, DRS-17, DS-8, DS-9, DS-12
DRS-lOa, b, DS-6, DS-10 i—
HS*5	
*DRS-24, DRF-30 and DRF-36 restricted to Freight train speed on curves.
MAXIMUM SPEED FOR ALL RAIL DIESEL CARS 90
Except that unit 9194 is restricted to 85 miles per hour.
C—Freight trains will not, unless otherwise provided run more than 40 miles without stopping for standing train inspection.
Such inspection may be performed as follows: Head-end trainman detrain from engine at a point half the train's length from
the anticipated stopping point of caboose. He will then give one side of train a pull-by inspection until it stops when he will
cross over and walk up other side of the train to his engine, performing standing inspection. As soon as the train stops the
rear-end trainman will walk up one side of the train performing standing inspection to the point where the head-end trainman
crossed over. He will then cross over to the other side and give a pull-by inspection to the rear portion of train as it pulls by
slowly.
D—In territory where Rules 263-273 are effective, trains must not clear the main track at non-electrically locked hand
operated switches at the locations listed in the Subdivision footnotes of timetable. When switching movements are made
through such switches the switch must be left open until switching completed and movement has returned to the main track.
E—In addition to the requirements of Rule 90a, crews equipped with end-to-end radios at the front and rear of trains
will communicate with each other when approaching and passing stations.
| F—"Rule 5"—Unless otherwise specified by train order or other special instructions. AT TERMINATING STATIONS
arriving time of First Class Trains applies at the Station, of all Other Trains at the first main track switch where trains can
enter siding or yard tracks, if no such switch time applies at the Station. Trains may be yarded or final stop made on the main
track at or before arriving time shown in Timetable. AT INITIAL STATION leaving time of First Class trains applies at
the Station, of all Other Trains at the last main track switch where trains can leave siding or yard tracks, if no such switch
time applies at the Station.
G—Movements occupying timed circuits approaching interlockings for periods in excess of that specified in Subdivision
Timetable footnotes must proceed prepared to find interlocking signal displaying "STOP" indication.
H—RIDING ON TOP OF CARS—Employees are prohibited from riding on the tops of cars or cabooses not equipped with
running boards.
Employees are prohibited from riding on the tops of cars or cabooses equipped with running boards except when necessarv
m switching or making up trains in yards or industrial spurs. MM
I—Where trains are equipped with radios and Example 2 of Form "Y" Train Order is used, the following will govern-
When authorized by foreman named in Train Order to pass the red flags at Mileages specified, trains so authorized must
first stop at red flag and then proceed at Restricted Speed to the opposing red flag and in no case exceed SLOW SPEED.
J—Instructions for movement of Freight Cars having a gross weight up to 263,000 pounds are specified in subdivision
footnotes and Equipment Authorization Chart. Authority for movement of Freight Cars having a eross weieht in excess of
263,000 pounds must be secured from the Superintendent. °
K—Main track switches may be equipped with reflectorized lenses or targets of the prescribed colours in lieu of lights and
yard limit signs may be reflectorized in lieu of lights. 5
L—Retaining valves must be used on 50% of the cars on freight trains on descending grades of 2% or over if the
tonnage is m excess of "A" rating for the ascending grade for the diesel units on which the dynamic brake is in effective
operatmg condition,.unless the tram is controlled with a pressure maintaining brake valve. Otherwise Rules 34 (a, Form
582, and 27 Form 583 apply. w  *«*«*
Rule 34 of Form 582 does not apply to Rail Diesel Cars.
Continued on page 35
 TIIV1E  TABLE  No.  98,  APRIL 30,   1972
35
SPECIAL  INSTRUCTIONS-Conrm^d
M—FLAGGING INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROTECTION OF MEN AND MACHINES
When men and machines are to be worked on or near the track and before the track is made unsafe for movements
at norm*] speeds, protection may be provided as follows:
(a^ By day place a red flag and, in addition, by night a red light between the rails at least 200 yards in each direction from
the defective point or working area, WHICH MAY BE AT ANY LOCATION WITHIN THE LIMITS STATED IN
THE TRAIN ORDER, and place torpedoes on each rail to cause one explosion 200 yards beyond the red signals, also:
(h) By day place a yellow over red flag and, in addition, by night a yellow and a red light at least 2000, but not more than
3000 yards in each direction from the defective point or working area, to the right of the track as seen from an approaching train and place torpedoes not more than 100 nor less than 50 yards apart to cause two explosions 200 yards beyond
the yellow over red flag, also;
(c) By day place a green flag and, in addition, by night a green light in each direction immediately beyond the defective
point or working area to denote that normal speed may be resumed.
(d) Trains exploding the torpedoes prescribed by Clause (b) shall immediately reduce speed and be prepared to stop at
the red signal prescribed in Clause (a) and there be governed by instructions or signal of the Maintenance of Way
employee in charge, but must not proceed until the red signal has been removed in the clear view of the engineman
NOTE:—(1) The red signal must not be removed except as authorized by the Foreman in charge.
(2) Torpedoes prescribed by Clauses (a) and (b) shall be replaced by Maintenance of Way employees.
(3) This Special Instruction must not be used where either Rules 41 or 44 apply.
(4) Rules 45 and 46 apply.
(e) Maintenance of Way employees providing protection required under Clause (b) must each be equipped for day time with—
— a yellow over red flag mounted on staffs
— a supply of torpedoes, and in addition for night time and when weather or other con
ditions obscure day signals, with —-
a red light
a yellow light
a supply of matches
and must not return until recalled or relieved.
TRAIN ORDER advice must be issued in conjunction with these Flagging Instructions as follows:
"Men and machines working w until between mileage and
mileage.  ~~.
Protection when required will be provided under Time Table Special Instruction ML"
NOTE:—(1) The Foreman must be advised of the limits and times specified in the order.
(2) WORKING AREA SHOULD BE AS SHORT AS  PRACTICABLE, TO  BE  CHANGED AS  THE  PROGRESS OF THE WORK MAY REQUIRE.
M.l—WHEN PROVIDING PROTECTION UNDER RULES 40, 41, 42 (EXCEPT UNDER EXAMPLE 2 OF FORM Y
TRAIN ORDER WHEN RADIOS ARE FUNCTIONING) AND TIMETABLE SPECIAL INSTRUCTION "M".
THE  FOLLOWING  WILL  APPLY.
1. Maintenance of Way employees must not permit a train to proceed over the defective point or through working area
until it is known the track is passable and all machines are clear, except that—
2. If the main track is clear up to a specified point, the train, after being stopped, may be permitted to proceed to that point
where it must stop and wait further instructions.
3. Speed restrictions and any instructions given a train under (2), must be authorized by foreman in charge, must be in
writing and not delivered until the train has been brought to a stop.
N—BURRO CRANES  AND  OTHER  SIMILAR MACHINES
Equipment, such as Burro Cranes and other similar machines, because of their short wheel base and light weight,
cannot be depended on to operate signal systems, and such machines should be operated and protected in the following
manner:
(a) When conditions permit the use of these machines without Form 'H' train order authority. Rules 40, 41, 42 or special
instruction |Mg may be used.
(b) When train order authority is provided for the movement of these machines, flag protection, when required, must be
provided in accordance with Rule 99 OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY. Such protection must also be provided on the
main track in yard and station limits within ABS Territory.
(c) In CTC territory the provisions of Rule 266 may apply. Dispatchers must not unlock levers controlling signals until
the machine is reported clear of the track or tracks specified regardless of the time limit provided. Flag protection,
when required, must be provided in accordance with Rule 99 OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY.
(d) At Automatic Interlocking—Stop before passing the signal protecting the interlocking (whether or not the signal indi-
cates PROCEED) and apply provisions of Rule 672 and special instructions relating thereto. A knife switch must not
be closed or the box locked until the entire movement has passed the signal protecting the interlocking from the opposite direction.
(e) At Interlocking (Manual or Remotely Controlled)—Obtain authority from signalman who must block levers until the
movement is reported dear of the signal protecting the interlocking from the opposite direction.
(g)
Over Power Operated Switches—Movement must not exceed 4 miles per hour.
Over Public Crossings at Grade protected by Automatic Signals or Automatic Gates—Crossing is to be protected by a
member of the crew unless it is known that the automatic protection has been operating for TWENTY SECONDS
or the gates are horizontal, when the crossing is reached.
Continued on page 36
 36
TOS¥SE  TABLE  No.  98,  APRIL 30,   1972
SPECIAL  INSTRUCTIONS-Conrmw^
O—SPERRY DETECTOR CARS
Sperry Detector Cars, WHEN TESTING, cannot be depended on to operate signal systems and such cars should be
operated and protected in the following manner:
(a) Within ABS Territory:
By train order form H or U. .     _
When flag protection is required, protection as prescribed by Rule 99 OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY must be provided;
such flag protection must also be provided within yard limits and station limits.
(b) Within CTC Territory:
By Rule 266. .A   ,
When flag protection is required, protection as prescribed by Rule 99 OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY must be provided.
(c) Through Automatic Interlockings:
Regardless of indication of the governing interlocking signal, the knife switch referred to in Rule 672 must be opened
and kept open until movement has passed the interlocking signal governing movement in the opposite direction.
(d) Over public crossings at grade protected by automatic devices:
Crossing to be protected by a member of the crew unless it is known that the automatic protection is operating.
(e) Over Power Operated Switches—Movement must not exceed 4 miles per hour.
P—MOVEMENT OF CRANES, COMBINATION CRANE-PILE DRIVERS, PILE DRIVERS
AUTHORITY for the movement of equipment listed below is contained in Subdivision footnotes and the Equipment
Authorization Charts.
Equipment with arrows to denote the direction of travel must be placed in train accordingly.
Yardmasters must have an authorization from the Chief Dispatcher before moving any equipment here listed. Connecting Divisions, Conductors, Enginemen and all concerned with a movement must be given complete instructions regulating
the same.
Cranes exceeding 25 ton capacity must not make a lift while standing on a bridge nor move over a bridge while carrying
a load, without special authorization from the Chief Engineer.
SEPARATION of Equipment.
Cranes up to 160 tons capacity
Combination Crane-Pile Drivers
Pile Drivers
To be separated from each other and other equipment
by two cars of a gross weight each of not more than
220,000 pounds or lesser weight where authorized.
To be separated from other equipment by one car
) of not more than 142,000 pounds gross weight.
Cars used for separation must have a length greater than 37 feet over strikers.
Where
Cranes of 200 to 250 tons capacity
SPEED
Tons Capacity
Crane Series
15
23 Vt
25
30
414133
414171
414179, 414181
414600-607 incl.
414225
75
100
160
200
250
414282, 414288, 414289
414323-327 incl.
414330-332 incl.
414334-335 incl.
414337, 414339
414420, 414421
414470480 incl.
414500-503 incl., 414650
100
150
414321, 414328
414400-402
Combination Crane-Pile Driver
Tons Capacity
as a Crane
Series
30
31
414203, 414205
414207-214 incl.
414178, 414200-202 incl.
414204, 414206
Pile Driver
Series
400040, 400043
Scale-Test Car
Series
420925-928 incl.
}
Authorized
Freight Train
Speed Is
MPH
Over 25
25 or less
40 or over
35 or 30
25 or less
Over 25
25 or Less
Unless Otherwise Mentioned in Footnotes,
Trains Moving Equipment
Must Not Exceed
MPH
20
15
35
25
Permissible Freight
Train Speed.
25
15
}
Over 25
25 or less
35 or over
25 to 35
Under 25
30 or over
Under 30
25
15
25
20
15
30
5 less than permissible.
Continued on page 37
 TIME TABLE  No. 98, APRIL 30,  1972
37
SPECIAL   INSTRUCTIONS—Continued
Q—ORE CARS
Trains handling cars in series 370 to 377 inclusive, also short ballast cars 368443 to 543 inclusive, must not exceed
thirty miles per hour when loaded and twenty-five miles per hour when empty. On E. and N. Division must not exceed twenty
miles per hour. Canadian National Railway ore cars in series 345000 to 345244 inclusive loaded or empty must not exceed
40 m.p.h.
R—In CTC territory, when the 'Employee Call' located on most signal bungalows is operating either by a steady or
flashing light or sounding horn, or both, it is an indication for any employee in the vicinity, except crews on moving trains, to
answer the Dispatcher's phone at that location.
S—Section 15 of Form 583 (train handling and other instructions relating to brake and communicating signal equipment) is revised to require standard trainline pressure of 75 lbs. per square inch instead of 70 lbs. per square inch in freight
service except that the standard trainline pressure for westward freight trains only between Field and Coquitlam and on unit
trains made up of bathtub type cars in 349, 351 series over all subdivisions is to be 85 pounds per square inch.
T—RULE 99 WITHIN CTC TERRITORY
Within CTC protection against following trains or engines on the same track is not required except when signals are declared inoperative.
U—HOT BOX DETECTOR SYSTEM
On Subdivisions where this Special Instruction applies  the following will govern:
SCANNER—To avoid abnormal heat indication from a source other than defective equipment, enginemen should when
practicable avoid prolonged use of train brakes approaching this point and any application of brakes while a portion of the
train is passing scanning equipment.
INDICATOR—This is in the form of a WHITE LIGHT mounted on a mast and IS NOT A BLOCK SIGNAL. The
last indication displayed will apply as follows:
STEADY BURNING or UNUGHTED—Stop before fouling switch at the inspection point and immediately communicate with the train dispatcher. If communication fails, perform standing train inspection.
FLASHING—No evidence of overheating.
The  train  dispatcher will  provide information  as  to  the location  of overheating.  The journal  is  to be  inspected  and,
if no evidence of overheating is found, that car and at least two cars on each side must be inspected for any condition
which may be responsible for the abnormal heat condition, opening all journal box lids as part of the inspection. Before
proceeding, the train dispatcher must be informed of the result of the inspection and any action taken.
V—SIGNALLED SIDINGS AND SIGNALLED YARD  TRACKS
Before undertaking any work which may render a SIGNALLED SIDING or SIGNALLED YARD TRACK unsafe
for movements at normal speed or if rendered unsafe from any cause, trackmen, bridgemen or other employees must provide
protection in accordance with U.C.O.R. Rules 40 to 45 inclusive, Special Instruction 'M' or Special Instruction *N\ Signalled
sidings and signalled yard tracks must be protected in the same manner as main tracks.
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TIME TABLE  No.  98,  APRIL 30,   1972
DIAGRAM SHOWING  LOCATION  OF TRAIN  PHONE WIRES
FACE IN THE DIRECTION NAMED —COUNT CROSS ARMS FROM TOP DOWN
In some sections there are additional cross arms below those shown but train phone wires are on the cross arm
indicated counting from the top down.
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Mill
Mill
' ' ' ' '
LOOK WEST
FIELD TO
REVELSTOKE
ULLL1
IMIS
Mill
I I I I
LOOK WEST
REVELSTOKE
TO SICAMOUS
Mill
i_l
1 1 II 1
ttl I
LOOK WEST
SICAMOUS TO
SALMON ARM
1 II 11
11 in
1 11 1 1
1 • •(   1
LOOK WEST
SALMON  ARM
TO KAMLOOPS
JJJLII
Mill
LOOK SOUTH
SICAMOUS TO
ARMSTRONG
I   Iff
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11  111
LftJE
CNR
LOOK SOUTH
ARMSTRONG
TO VERNON
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LUMBY JCT.
CNR
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LUMBY JCT. TO
KELOWNA.
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LOOK SOUTH
MISSION CITY TO
MILE 1.1 MISSION SUB.
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CROWSNEST
TO  NATAL
LOOK WEST
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COLVALLI
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LOOK WEST
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TO MILE 81.2
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MERRITT
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LOOK NORTH
VICTORIA TO
MALAHAT
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NANAIMO
LOOK NORTH
NANAIMO
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MILE 75.0
LOOK NORTH
MILE 75.0
TO
PARKSVILLE
Mill
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LULU.
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I I Itt
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MILE 35.6
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MILE 35.6
TO
PORT ALBERNI
LOOK WEST
HAYWARD
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LAKE COWICHAN
Mill
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Mill,
ttl I
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NELSON
LOOK WEST
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COURTENAY
SPEED  TABLE
Time
Per Mile
0 Min. 40 Sec.
42
45
48
51
Miles
Per Hour
90
85
80
75
70
Time
Per Mile
0 Min. 55 Sec.
0
5
12
20
Miles
Per Hour
65
60
55
50
45
Time
Per Mile
1   Min.  30 Sec.
1 1     41 "
2 "        0 "
2 I      24 I
3 "        0 "
Miles
Per Hour
40
35
30
25
20
6
12
Time
Per Mile
Min.     0 Sec,
0   I
0   "
Miles
Per Hour
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