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 Rail
Atlantic Region
Montreal Terminals
Laurentian and Farnham Divisions
Quebec Central Railway
Time Table
Taking Effect at
0001 Sunday October 29,1972
Governed by Eastern Standard Time
For the Information and Guidance of Employees Only
Instill... Achieve... Endorse... Maintain.
Safety
G. E. Benolt
Vice-President
ELGuertin |j
General Manager,
Operation and Maintenance
QKMassicotte
Superintendent Transportation
  CP
Rail
Atlantic Region
Montreal Terminals
Laurentian and Farnham Divisions
Quebec Central Railway
SUPPLEMENT No. 1 TO
TimeTable *
SUPERSEDING pages 14-15-22-23-24
Taking Effect at
0001 Sunday November 5,1972
Governed by Eastern Standard Time
For the Information and Guidance of Employees Only
Instill... Achieve... Endorse... Maintain
Safety
G. E. Benoit
Vice-President
E L Guertln
General Manager,
Operation and Maintenance
C.H.Massicotte
Superintendent Transportation
 SUPPLEMENT No. 1 TO TIME TABLE No. 29. NOVEMBER 5, 1972
WESTWARD TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
275
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and San.
273
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and San.
1954
P 2004
S 2008
2011
P 2014
k 2017
1801
S 1810
S 1814
P 1817
P 1821
P 1825
P 2020
2025
P 1829
1835
Dally Dally
ex. Sat. ex. tat.
and Sob. and Sun.
275 273
271
Pagr.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
1716
P 1727
S 1733
P 1735
P 1738
F 1742
P 1746
1750
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
271
295
Pagr.
Sat.
Son.
Psgr.
Dally
1705
P 1715
P 1720
P 1722
F 1724
P 1727
1433
1445
1450
P 1730
1735
1455
\ 1503
j 1508
J* 1512
1519
1523
1527
1536
1544
1548
1554
1559
1605
Sat.
Son.
Dally
295
293
Psgr.
Sa.
1310
P 1319
S 1325
P 1327
P 1329
P 1332
P 1335
1340
263
Psgr.
Dally
Sun.
ex
1310
P 1319
1325
Sob.
293
277
Psgr.
Dally
0026
F 0035
S 0040
F 0042
F 0044
F 0047
F 0049
0055
Dally
ex. Sn.
263
.0
6.3
8.4
9.0
10.6
12.4
14.2
16.5
24.5
29.8
33.9
41.7
46.1
50.8
61.6
70.9
74.9
813
83.5
M. & Oo
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
m
<
... VAUDREUIL KWX*
63
    COMO  	
2.1
    HUDSON    j
0.6
HUDSON  HEIGHTS  	
1.6
..  ALSTONVALB  J
1.8
    CHOISY    J
1.8
  DRAGON 	
23
.... RIGAUD KWY
8.0
.   ST.   EUGENE    j
53
... STARDALE	
4.1
VANKLEEK HILL i
7.8
CALEDONIA SPRINGS
4.4
   ALFRED   j
4.7
..   PLANTAGENET   ...
10.8
,    BOURGET    i
  9.3 	
Dally
277
85.4
   LEONARD  	
4.0
    NAVAN   	
6.4
V    BLACKBURN   	
■S 22
Sift* OfM & O JUNCTION ..
2 cJ — Z>) Jet CN.R. Ottawa Sub.
°.SLO*H....  OTTAWA  	
CK\
Role 93A applies between
Vaudreuil and M&O Junction.
M. & O. SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Eastward trains must obtain a clearance in Ottawa terminals
and may leave M&O Junction without a clearance.
Walkley is a standard clock, bulletin and register Station.
Times shown at Ottawa are for information only.
All regular trains may register at Vaudreuil by register ticket.
Hudson is register station for Nos. 263 and 262.
Engine arriving Hudson on No. 263 must retain all train
orders and may assume schedule of No. 262 and leave Hudson
without a clearance provided there is no operator on duty and
train order signal indicates proceed.
No. 262 will wait at Hudson until No. 263 arrives.
Engine arriving Rigaud on No. 293 Sunday must retain all
train orders and may assume schedule of No. 296 and leave
Rigaud without a clearance provided there is no operator on duty
and train order signal indicates proceed.
No. 296 will wait at Rigaud until No. 293 arrives.
Rigaud is a register station for trains originating and terminating only.
Jet. with Winchester Subdivision at Vaudreuil—Interlocking.
*No. 1 and No. 2 will stop at Vankleek Hill for revenue
passengers.
ABS—Eastward between:
M&O Junction and block end sign mileage 81.5.
Signal 176 to Vaudreuil.
Westward between:
Signal 189 at Vaudreuil to block end sign mileage 17.3.
Signal 09 at mileage 80.2 to M&O Junction.
Rules 263-273 apply continuous from signal 11 at mileage 81.5.
INTERLOCKING LIMITS—VAUDREUIL
WESTWARD—Between signals 189-189B, 190-19QB Winchester
Subdivision and signal 008 M&O Subdivision.
EASTWARD—Between   signal   008   M&O   Subdivision   and
signals 189-189B, 190-190B Winchester Subdivision.
RAILWAY CROSSING AT GRADE
Mileage 33.2—CN.R. — Automatic interlocking. When applying
Rule 672 movements must proceed at restricted
speed to the "Block end" sign. Timing circuit
eastward from mileage 35.8 to interlocking signal
332, westward from mileage 30.4 to interlocking
signal 331. Special instruction G applies—8 minutes.   Passenger trains must not exceed 50 mph.
Trains and engines between Walkley Yard and signal 11 at
mileage 81.5 M&O sub., including Industrial Lead located west
of Hawthorne, connecting to Walkley line at mileage 0.6 and
Ottawa Subdivision at mileage 0.6 will be governed by CN.R.
St. Lawrence Region, Rideau Area, Ottawa Terminals current
time table. Restrictions prohibiting the sounding of engine whistle
signals within limits of City of Ottawa will be found in that time
table. Park Avenue train dispatchers will issue train orders to
C.P.R. trains and engines relating to track conditions in this area
on request of C.N.R. authorities.
Special Instruction "A" is amended to read 50 mph between
Rigaud and M&O Junction. Freight and mixed trains will be
governed by permanent slow orders and must not exceed 50
mph at any point
When passenger trains meet at Hudson, westward passenger
trains will unless otherwise directed, take siding at crossover
switch located 300 feet west of station.
Switch leading to Pilgrimage lead west end of siding Rigaud is
to be left set for movement from siding to main track. When in
this position yellow light and target will so indicate.
Any movement over the Ottawa-Montreal Road which crosses
tail track of wye at Rigaud must be protected by member of crew.
Continued on Page 3
 SUPPLEMENT No. 1 TO TIME TABLE No. 29, NOVEMBER 5, 1972
Yard
Nil
27
NU
Nil
25
Nil
22
21
31
29
20
19
21
23
50
16
22
Nil
Yard
EASTWARD TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
270
Pigr.
Dally
ax. Sat.
and Sun.
S 0616
S 0606
S 0601
F 0559
F 0557
F 0555
F 0552
0549
Dally
ax. Sat.
and Son.
270
290
Pigr.
tat
S 0713
S 0703
S 0657
F 0654
F 0652
F 0650
F 0648
0645
Sat.
290
272
Pair.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Son.
0715
S 0705
S 0700
S 0657
F 0653
0650
F 0648
0645
Dally
ax. Sat.
and Sun.
272
274
Pagr.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sib.
S 0746
S 0735
S 0729
S 0725
F 0720
F 0716
F 0712
0709
292
Pagr,
Sat.
S 0835
F 0824
S 0820
F 0818
F 0815
F 0812
F 0809
0805
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
274
Sat.
292
294
Psgr.
Son.
S 0925
S 0914
S 0910
F 0908
F 0905
F 0902
F 0859
0855
276
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Son.
I 1015
F 1004
S 1000
F 0958
F 0955
F 0952
F 0949
0945
Sun.
294
Dally
bx. Sat.
and Sun.
276
262
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Sun.
S 1348
1335
296
Pagr.
Sun.
S 1428
F 1419
S 1415
F 1413
F 1410
F 1407
* 1404
1400
298
Psgr.
Sat.
S 1645
F 1634
S 1630
F 1627
F 1624
F 1621
J 1618
1615
Psgr.
Daily
1910
1858
1853
1848
1841
1836
* 1831
Daily
ex. Sun.
262
Sun.
296
Sat.
298
1825
1821
1817
1809
1802
1758
1753
1751
1745
Daily
M. & O. SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES — Continued
M.P.H.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted-
Passenger trains (other)	
Passengers trains (RDC units)	
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
89
90
Mileage
0.0 to
1.0 to
10.0 to
32.0 to
44.4 to
56.0 to
82.9
1.0
9.0
18.0
33.0
46.6
57.0
Location
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
Passenger Freight and
Trains Mixed Trains
On curves	
Over east leg of Wye at
M&O Junction	
83.4 to   83.5
40
55
80
85
60
85
15
60
40
Restrictions
Diesel Units
DRF-30 and DRF-36 30 mph
15
Bridge 31.8
Crane and Auxiliary
200 to 250 tons capacity 20 mph Bridge 31.8
Cars must not be left on siding closer than 100 feet from either
side of Selkirk Avenue crossing at Hudson.
Movements over West leg of Wye in both directions at M&O
Junction Mileage 1.9 C.N.R. Ottawa Subdivision (Mileage 83.5
M&O Subdivision) must not exceed 15 mph over switch at west
end of this track.
Rule 14L does not apply within the limits of the Town of Do-
rion (Vaudreuil). The only public crossing within these limits is
located at Mileage 19.13 Winchester Subdivision.
Except when weather and other conditions prevent proper running inspection Special Instruction "C" is amended to read 60
miles.
Laurentian Division extends to Mileage 82.5.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 8.35—Wharf Road, Hudson. Eastward trains switching
or standing, will use manual control.
Mileage 8.54—Hudson. Westward trains stopping, must not exceed 5 mph until crossing fully occupied. Movements on the back tracks must be protected by
member of crew.
Mileage 10.03—Hudson Heights. Westward passenger trains must
not exceed 50 mph from mileage 9 until crossing
fully occupied.
Mileage 16.56—St Antoine St., Rigaud. Trains turning on wye
after discharging passengers must do so through
switch at west end of siding. Trains must work
the town track from the siding, leaving main track
clear of any portion of their train. Westward
trains approaching this crossing, after switching
on main track or making a stop between signal
159 and the crossing or proceeding after having
received a stop indication at signal 159, must
proceed at a speed not exceeding 5 mph until
crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 19.13—St. Charles Street—Vaudreuil (Winchester Sub).
No engine, car or train shall exceed 35 mph until
crossing fully occupied.
 SUPPLEMENT No. 1 TO TIME TABLE No. 29, NOVEMBER 5. 1972
WESTWARD TRAINS—INFERIOR
DIRECTION
1
5
■ B
as
SECOND CLASS
FIRST CLASS
^~§r     QUEBEC   *
919
Freiflht
Daily
83
Freight
Dally
75
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Sat.
155
Pagr.
Daily
25
Psgr.
Dally
629
Pagr.
Han.
Fri.
153
Pagr.
Daily
616
Pagr.
Dally
151
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sun.
21
Pagr.
Dally
SUBDIVISION
~ STATIONS
2200
2209
1840
1850
* 1856
1902
1914
1918
1923
1715
1724
1555
1604
1330
1340
M346
1352
* 1404
* 1408
* 1413
1030
1039
0820
0830
F 0836
0843
F 0856
F 0901
F 0907
0700
0709
159.8
157.7
152.4
146.5
134.3
129.6
125.0
117.5
107.2
102.0
95.0
84.9
82.3
Ol    QUEBEC    1CKW
i_ I                           2.1                       l±<2te£
■" (   CADORNA   flu
O J             Jet Wolfe's Cove lead      J ■?£•;
2000
1410
1425
1445
1455
1505
e
*5
E
H
mt
z
6
■
a
c
m
mt
z
6
e
i
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fit
z
6
8
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Mm
h>
z
6
a
c
H
UL
Z
6
53
2015
5.9
2035
12.2
2045
4.7
    ST.  BASILS    Z
2113
4.6
    PORTNEUF    Z
2130
1520
1541
1555
1605
1620
1630
1931
1940
1944
1950
1959
2004
* 1421
* 1430
1434
1440
1449
1454
F 0916
F 0925
0931
0937
0946
0951
7.5
1145
10.3
2155
52
2205
7.0
 CHAMPLAIN	
2220
2230
10.1
   CAP DE LA MADELEINE	
O f Jet. Piles Sub. and Cap de la Madeleine
Hi                               2.6
O t               TROIS  RIVIERES   . .CKWYZ
Dally
919
Daily
83
Daily
ex. Sat.
75
Dally
155
Daily
25
Men.
Fri.
629
Daily
153
Dally
616
Daily
ex. Sin.
151
Daily
21
Rule 93A applies
QUEBEC SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
First class trains may register at Trois Rivieres by register
ticket
Eastward first class trains may register at Quebec by register
ticket
C.P.R. timetable governs on joint track between Cadorna and
Quebec.
Trains originating and terminating at Lorette must register at
Quebec.
Westward trains originating at Lorette must obtain a clearance
at Quebec and may leave Lorette without a clearance.
Sections of Westward first class trains may be created from
Quebec or Lorette but must not be created from Cadorna.
The time of eastward first class trains at Quebec applies at
signal 1594 and the time of westward first class trains applies
at signal 1593. All tracks east of these signals are yard tracks
and Rule 105 applies.
Jet. with Piles Subdivision and Cap de la Madeleine Spur at Cap
de la Madeleine—CTC.
Jet. with St. Maurice Valley Sub. and with station tracks Trois
Rivie res—Interlocking.
Jet. with C.N.R. and Wolfe's Cove lead at Cadorna—Interlocking.
Yard limits Lorette extend between mileage 151.0 and mileage
157.4.
*Trains  152 and  154 will stop at Lorette to detrain revenue
passengers from Trois Rivieres and west.
*Trains  153  and  155 will stop at Lorette to entrain revenue
passengers for Trois Rivieres and west
*Train 153 will flag stop at Pont Rouge, St Basile, Portneuf,
Lachevrotiere and LaPerade Sunday only.
Special instruction "C" is not applicable to trains 919 and 920
or to trains consisting exclusively of multi-level auto cars, piggyback cars, passenger cars, mechanical refrigerator cars, container cars, cars loaded with containers, or any combination thereof
and, unless weather or other conditions prevent proper running
inspection, is amended to read 60 miles for other freight trains.
Rule 14L does not apply within the limits of the City of Quebec
between the hours of 2200 and 0700. Western limits extend to St.
Sacrement Boulevard crossing, Mileage 156.92.
Account restricted clearance, freight trains must not operate over
main track in front of station building Trois Rivieres.
At Quebec on both inward and outward Freight Shed Tracks,
employees must not ride on top or sides of cars account restricted
clearance.
Switch leading to siding extension East end of siding Lorette is
to be left set for movement from siding to main track. When in
this position yellow light and target will so indicate.
Instructions governing movements on Cap de la Madeleine Spur,
mileage 85.0, appear on page 21.
Continued on Page 5
h
 SUPPLEMENT No. 1 TO TIME TABLE No. 29, NOVEMBER 5, 1972
5
1         ■—             1
Car Capacity
Sidings
H|                                  EASTWARD TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
1                                                                           FIRST CLASS
SECOND CLASS
FOURTH
1 CLASS
74
Pigr.
Daily
ex. lion.
628
Pair.
Mon.
M.
20
Psgr.
Dally
152
Paar.
Dally
ex. Sun.
617
Dally
154
Paar.
Daily
24
Pair.
Dafiy
156
Paar.
Dafiy
f\
920
Freight
Dally
ex. Sn.
60
Freight
Dally
62
Freight
Dally
Yard
|    17
1    43
.     43
46
42
r     34
..   130
f      43
I    44
.     43
42
\   Yard
0655
0646
1015
1006
1104
1055
1140
1130
*1124
1118
1107
1103
1058
1630
1621
1640
1630
*1624
1618
1607
1603
1558
2014
2005
2200
2150
F 2143
2136
F 2124
F 2119
F 2113
e
Cm
a
6
M
e
*•
fit
Z
cj
•5
I
fii
.
Z
6
1
1
■
ti
z
6
1
B
z
I
0430
0420
0402
0355
0348
0600
0548
0527
0519
0511
1540
1530
1510
1455
1436
1050
1041
1037
1031
1022
1017
1550
1541
1537
1531
1522
1517
F 2104
F 2055
2050
2044
2035
2030
0337
0322
0314
0305
0249
0240
0500
0445
0435
0425
0410
0400
1421
1345
1335
1325
1310
1300
Dally
ex. Mon.
74
Mon.
Fri.
628
Dally
20
Daily
ex. Sun.
152
Dally
617
Dally
154
Dally
24
Dally
156
Daily
ex. Sun.
920
Dally
60
Dally
62 1
QUEBEC SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES — Continued
iBS—Westward between:
Signal 867 and signal 851.
Eastward between:
Signal 850 and block end sign mileage 87.4.
Rules 263-273 apply between signals 822, 822b and 824 east of
rrois Rivieres station and signals 01, 03 and 851 east of Cap de la
Madeleine.
Rule 268 applies at switches mileage 82.66, 82.86, 83.03, 83.31
ind 83.33, and at electrically locked switch mileage 83.95.
Westward extra trains originating at Cap de la Madeleine may
leave without clearance, Rule 268 applies.
Spring switches located at Jet with Piles Subdivision and with
Dap de la Madeleine Spur at Cap de la Madeleine. Rule 104A
applies.
All movements must not exceed 20 mph between signal 822
and signal 832 at Trois Rivieres.
INTERLOCKING LIMITS—TROIS RIVIERES
WESTWARD—Between signal 825 Quebec Subdivision and
signal 820 Trois Rivieres Subdivision.
EASTWARD—Between signal 820 Trois Rivieres Subdivision
and signal 825 Quebec Subdivision.
Speeds through turnouts and crossovers of interlocking must not
exceed 15 miles per hour.
Telephones for communicating with Operator Trois Rivieres are
located—on Signals 820 and 825, on poles at east and west ends
of station platform track No. 1 and at Cap de la Madeleine—on
Signal 850.
Rules 263-273 apply between signals 1574-1574B-1574C at
Cadorna and signals 1593 and 1593B ait Quebec; also between
signals 118 Wolfe's Cove lead and signals 1593-15&3B at Quebec.
Westward signal 1593 is located to the left of the track.
Eastward movements originating at Cadorna may leave without a
clearance, Rule 268 applies.
Special Instruction "D" applies at switches Mileage 157.55,
157.67, 157.73, 157.8, 158.01 and 158.03.
All movements must not exceed 15 m.p.h. between signals 1574-
1574B-1574C-118 at Cadorna and signals 1593-1593B at Quebec.
Movements may be made between Quebec and Cadorna under
Rules 263 and 268. Reverse switching movements may be made
from Quebec Yard up to but not beyond Parent Street, Mileage
158.65, provided Signal 1593 or 1593B indicates proceed. Any
movement proceeding West of Parent Street must not make reverse movement until it has cleared controlling signal either on
Wolfe's Cove lead or at Cadorna, except under flag protection or
as provided by Rule 266.
Trains using Cadorna siding at St. Sacrement Blvd. must communicate with Operator at Quebec from telephone located near
West switch so that route may be properly lined at Cadorna.
Telephones for communicating with operator at Quebec are
located on instrument case near signals 118, 119; on signals 1574
and 1577; on signal 1593 Quebec; on signal case in safety bay in
middle of tunnel, also at diamond crossing with C.N.R. at South
end of tunnel.
Continued on Page 6
.
 SUPPLEMENT No. 1 TO TIME TABLE No. 29, NOVEMBER 5, 1972
QUEBEC SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES — Continued
INTERLOCKING LIMITS—CADORNA
Between signals 1574-1574B-1574C and signal 201 Wolfe's Cove
lead.
Between signal 1577 and signal 201 Wolfe's Cove lead.
Speeds through turnouts and crossovers of interlocking must not
exceed 15 miles per hour.
When switching movements are being made into tracks located
within limits of Interlocking, the main track switch must always
be left open.
AH movements from Cadorna to Wolfe's Cove must pass
through tunnel under full control and then be governed by Signal
200 located to left of trade at South end of tunnel.
No engine car or train shall exceed 10 mph over Ste. Therese
Street crossing, Quebec, Mileage 0.22 Wolfe's Cove lead.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 107.15—LaPerade. Members erf crew on westward trains
switching, must use manual control.
Mileage 125.07—Ste. Christine Road, Portneuf. Eastward trains
having occupied circuit in excess of one minute,
member of crew must use manual control.
Mileage 129.5 —Delage Road, St Basile. Westward trains having
occupied circuit in excess of one minute, member
of crew must use manual control.
Mileage 152.37—Lorette. Eastward trains stopping on main track
west of crossover must not exceed 8 mph until
crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 157.69—St Valier Street. All trains switching must use
manual control for movements over crossing.
Mileage 158.97—Dorchester Street,
Mileage 159.03—Gosford Street
Mileage 159.11—Crown Street
•
•
Mileage 159.27—De Lachapelle Street * . Movements must not
exceed 10 mph from 100 ft distant on lead or
engine house tracks.
*When a train is required to stop at the above
crossings causing protection to operate, member
of crew must immediately contact gateman by
telephone and follow his instructions.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 117.85—C.N.R. Lachevrotiere. Automatic interlocking.
Timing circuit eastward from mileage 115.91 to
interlocking signal 1178, westward from mileage
120.30 to interlocking signal 1179. Special
instruction "G" applies—6 minutes.
Passenger trains must not exceed 50 mph.
Mileage 155.8 —CN.R. Automatic interlocking. When necessary
to apply Rule 672 member of crew must first
communicate with Operator, Quebec, unless all
means of communication have failed. Passenger
trains must not exceed 50 mph.
Mileage 2.01 —C.N.R.—Wolfe's Cove lead. Controlled by operator, Quebec. Rule 663 and the provisions of
Rule 672 apply. If all means of communication
have foiled, southward movements may apply
the provisions of Rule 672 only.
Quebec Yard
N.R. Wharf track, Ramsey Street Trains will
be governed by instructions posted in manual
control box.
Maximum   speeds   unless   otherwise   restricted—MPJI.
Passenger Trains (other)         89
Passenger Trains (RDC Units)         90
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Passenger      Freight and
Mileage Location Trains       Mixed Trains
82.3 to   84.0 On curves  50 50
99.0 to 101.0 On curves  60 —
101.0 to 107.0 On curves  70 —
120.0 to 130.0 On curves  50 50
134.0 to 137.0 On curves  55 —
142.0 to 153.0 On curves  50 50
157.0 to 158.0 On curves  15 15
158.0 to 159.8 On curves  10 10
157.36 Entering or leaving east
aid of riding Cadorna       10 10
157.69 St Valier St       15 15
157.89 Marie de l'lncarnation
St          15 15
159.11 Crown St    *15 *15
159.76 Henderson St    • 6 * 6
(just east of Palais Stn.)
* Until crossing fully occupied.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units
DPA-15,17 prohibited on tracks 1, 2, 3, 8 Palais Station,
Quebec and shed tracks 2, 3, 4 at Wolfe's
Cove.
Cars
Park cars prohibited on tracks 1, 2, 3, Palais station,
Quebec.
Double Deck cars, .prohibited on tracks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and
10, Palais station, Quebec.
Cars having a height greater than 16 feet from top of rail are
prohibited beneath canopies on Station tracks, Palais Station,
Quebec.
Crane and Auxiliary
414501 and 414502... .prohibited in Palais station train sheds.
 LEFT BLANK INTENTIONALLY
 LEFT BLANK INTENTIONALLY
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
MEDICAL OFFICERS
DR. Wm. L. MAY, Chief of Medical Services,
Room 501 Windsor Station, Montreal, Phone 861-6811
DR. J. GABOURY, Asst to Chief of Medical Services,
Room 501 Windsor Station, Montreal, Phone 861-6811
TELEPHONE No.
NAME OFFICE RESIDENCE
DR. J. A. CORRIGAN   521-6481 521-6481 Montreal
DR. F. VICTOR OGULNIK    866-9037 481-3568       «
DR. EARL E. LESAGE 277-4516. 937-5556       «
DR. PAUL EUGENE MILOT 272-1300 .272-1300       «
DR. CHARLES GUILME1TE   ^Bfi^ «
DR. STANLEY S. BLICKER 487-4593 487-3882       f
DR. H. FLORENT   729-6371       «
DR. J. G. GAURON   634-1575 Lachine
DR. J. A. THOMSON   233-3187 733-6537 Ottawa
DR. J. HOWARD HAMLIN 235-5700 235-5700      *
DR KENNETH WILSON 232-1817 .722-7373       fl
DR. N. L. WILLIAMSON 233-9464 722-9122      «
DR. J. E. BELANGER   233-1353 233-1353      u
DR. ANDRE SAMSON   524-3601 527-4201 .Quebec
DR. F. R. MACRAE   523-3543 683-9588      «
DR. J. G. GREGORY, Jr 522-2215 683-4471      «
DR. YVON NAUD    286-3318 Portneuf
DR. HUDON NORMAND   375-1351 375-1331 .Trois-Rivieres
DR. RENE PAQUIN   375-7865 376-6765  «
DR. MARC-ANDRE MARCHAND 374-1944 374-1636  u
DR. ROGER AMYOT  759-2883 Joliette
DR. F. ROSAIRE DESJARDINS    435-7545 Ste. Theresa
DR. PAUL E. BELISLE    986-3670 Buckingham
DR. MARCEL MENARD 423-6930 Montebello
DR. C. E. LEONARD  432-4501 .458-6122 St Jerome
DR. GBLLES DAUNAIS   326-1122 326-5928 Ste. Agathe
DR. PIERRE L'ALLIER   686-2511 Labelle
DR. ALPHONSE VERDICCHIO  625-5596 623-3500 Mont Laurier
DR. JACQUES HUARD   583-2672 583-2796 Megantic
DR. ROLAND COTE 562-4844 .562-7434 Sherbrooke
DR. FERNAND DUMONT 562-9042 569-2223  a
DR. G. B. LOOMIS   562-4666 569-5604  u
DR. H. BRUCE FLETCHER 569-1565 858-4802  a
DR. ARTHUR DOUGLASS   243-5522 JKnowltan
DR. .JEAN-LOUIS CARDIN 295-4687 .Farnham
DR. GUY LAROCHE 295-6788        u
DR. DAVID  TECTOR    265-2929 265-5610 Cowansville
DR. F. J. LAWLISS  848-7467 .Richford, Vt
DR. H. L. LAFLAMME  546-5655 Iberville
DR. C. G. SCHURMAN, Jr 554-2765 .Newport, Vt
DR. MAURICE E. ROWE 748-2521 748-5581 St Johnsbury, Vt
DR. R LEMIEUX    555-5756 355-5756 .Thetford Mines
DR. FERNAND BERNARD 397-5490 &** Joseph
DR REJEAN POUUN   253-5323 .VaUee Jonction
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
MONTREAL TERMINALS DIVISION
SUBDIVISION
PAGE
MILES
Adirondack 6 Mileage 39.0 to Bresiay   11-3
Farnham Connection 6 Wentworth to South Jet    2.5
La Salle Loop  6 La Salle to Power Jet  4.4
North Jet Lead 6 Montreal West to North Jet  1-1
Outremont 6 Outremont to Mile End • 1*6
Parte Avenue   16 Place Viger to Mileage 9.0   9.0
South Bank Branch 6 La Salle to Cote St Paul  6.0
South Jet Lead . • 6 Montreal West to South Jet  1*0
St Luc Brandt  6 St Luc Jet to Ballantyne  2.1
Westmount    6 • • .Montreal to Mileage 4.8    4.8
Winchester    6 Mileage 0.0 to Mileage 3.5   3-3
47.1
Smiths Falls Division Train Dispatchers, Laurentian Division Train Dispatchers and Farnham Division Train Dispatchers
will issue train orders within the Montreal Terminals Division, on request of Montreal Terminals Superintendent,
to trains to and from their respective dispatching territories.
S. P. JOSEFCHAK, Superintendent, Park Avenue.
CE. MOORE, Asst Supt, Park Avenue. R P. FREMONT, Asst Supt, Park Avenue.
I. V. RIVEST, Asst Supt, Parte Avenue.
Traffic Supervisor's office at St Luc, Tel. 514 - 861-6811, Local 596
J. P. GLOBENSKY, Chief Traffic Supervisor.
J. CREVIER, Night Chief Traffic Supervisor.
J. P. DROUIN,
J. G. MORIN,
J. G. DION,
G. B. BOURDON,
G. GELINAS,
C. BOUCHER,
K.D. MOSHER.
Traffic
Supervisors.
¥f
LAURENTIAN DIVISION
SUBDIVISION
PAGE
MILES
Berthiervffle    28 Berthier to Berthierville 2.1
Buckingham    27 Buckingham Jet to Buckingham • 4.2
Lachute 18 Ste. Theresa to Laman 96.1
M&O 14 Vaudreuil to Mileage 82.5   82.5
Park Avenue 16 Mileage 9.0 to Ste. Therese 113
Piles 28 Cap de La Madeleine to Garneau 203
Quebec    • • 22 Trois Rivieres to Quebec • 77.5
Ste. Agathe 25 Ste. Therese to Mont Laurier   138.2
St Gabriel  27 Lanoraie to St Gabriel   27.6
St Maurice Valley 28 Trois Rivieres to Grandmere  27.4
Trois Rivieres 20 St Martin Jet to Trois Rivieres 823
Winchester 26 Grovehill to Vaudreuil 16.7
Cap de La Madeleine Spur 21 Cap de La Madeleine to Wayagamack 4.1
Loop Spurs 21 Trois Rivieres to Low Une  33
StaynerviUe Spur    18 Staynerville to Brownsburg 2.1
St Lin Spur 26 Mileage 0.0 to Mileage 5.0   5.0
600.7
J. B. CHABOT, Superintendent, Park Avenue*
Y.H. BLAIN, Asst Supt, Trois Rivieres.
Dispatching Office at Park Avenue — Tel. 514 - 861-6811, Local 2134.
G. DEVAULT, Chief Train Dispatcher.
J. C. FORTIN,
G. M. GAGNE,
C. DOYON,
F. A. MARCOTTE,
D. N. DROUIN,
J. G. TURCOTTE,
J. P. WEANER,
A. BERNIER,
M. A. TROTBER,
D. ML REGNIER,
G. MAHEUX, Asst Supt, Paris Avenue,
G. CONSTANT,
K. D. MOSHER,
J. P. LACERTE,
C. G. LABELLE.
Train
Dispatchers
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
FARNHAM DIVISION
SUBDIVISION PAGE MILES
Adirondack 33 Brookport to Mileage 39.0  39.0
Drummondville    29 Knowlton to Drummondville   5L9
Lyndonvllle 30 Newport to Mileage 633   633
Newport    31 Brookport to Newport   58.4
Sawyerville    39 Cookshire to Sawyerville 6.7
Sherbrooke    36 Brookport to Megantic   125.6
Stanbridge  39 Farnham to Stanbridge  133
St Guillaume 40 Farnham to St Guillaume  46.7
405.6
W. R BURROUGHS, Superintendent, Sherbrooke.
D. J. HIGMAN, Ant Supt, Newport
G. W. CONROY, Asst Supt, Sherbrooke.
&<k
&> Dispatching Office  at Sherbrooke —Tel.  819-563-3220 or \£TAd%^5 •JS?! ^ocaj & %0^ ^»teher>
I U.S.A., Enterprise ooOl j Local 35 (East )
L. M. HATCHETTE, Chief Train Dispatcher.
L. N. COUTURE, Night Chief Train Dispatcher.
B. H. BEERS,
G. H. O'NEILL,
K. R HARRISON,
R GOSSELIN,
J. J. LAPALME,
J. F. DRAINVILLE,
J. M. AUDET,
G. LEMAY,
Train
G. R LEVESQUE,
G. H. VEELLEUX,
D. V. DROUIN,
P. LEVESQUE.
Dispatchers
F. JACQUES,
U. SEGUIN,
R BEAUREGARD,
*
SUBDIVISION
QUEBEC CENTRAL RAILWAY
PAGE
MILES
Beebe 44 Lennoxville to Newport   373
Chaudiere    44 Vallee Jonction to Lac Frontiere 783
Levis    41 Scotts Jet to Harlaka  273
Stanstead  44 Beebe Jet to Rock Island and Derby Line 2.4
Tring   41 Tring Jet to Megantic   59.1
Vallee    42 Sherbrooke to Walsh  130.7
355.5
W. R BURROUGHS, Manager, Sherbrooke.
M.G. CHABOT, Asst. Supt, Thetford Mines. D. J. HIGMAN, Asst. Supt, Newport.
Dispatching Office at Sherbrooke — Tel. 819-565-5220 or {uA^E^irise°6801} Local 32'
L. M. HATCHETTE, Chief Train Dispatcher.
L. N. COUTURE, Night Chief Train Dispatcher.
Train Dispatchers shown on Farnham Division
will handle Quebec Central Rly.
A_
 6                                                        TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29. 1972
MOKITDFAL
M
•• 8?
OUTWARD TRAINS—FIRST CLASS
TERMINALS
133
Psgr.
Daily
249
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sin.
214
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
181
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
247
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and San.
245
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Snn.
273
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sat.
aid Sn.
243
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Snn.
2711
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
STATIONS
    MONTREAL    KWZ ]
2.0
    WESTMOUNT    VXY
2.7                                 ^
V    MONTREAL WEST    X
lA
 SORTIN	
0.8                                 .
   BALLANTYNE   X^
0.7
    LACHINE    XY
0.4
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Two                      Two               Three     Two  Three
Tracks                   Tracks             Tracks  TracksTracks
HI
<
WJ
1755
S 1800
M805
1750
S 1756
S 1802
1731
S 1736
S 1742
1727
S 1733
S 1739
1723
S 1729
S 1735
1719
*1725
1731
1715
*1721
*1727
1645
S 1651
S 1657
1610
S 1616
S 1622
1805
S 1807
S 1809
1738
S 1741
S 1744
1734
1730
1700
S 1702
S 1704
1625
S 1627
S 1629
171*
1711
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IS
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1.0
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0.7
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let.  Pen-Cen
1744
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F 1750
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    NORTH JCT.    Xl
0.9
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3.9
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lA
    BRESLAY    X
02
V    PARK  AVENUE    VX
23
    JAC.  CARTIER  JCT.    X
1806
1808
1813
1815
S 1817
1819
1741
1744
1749
1753
S 1755
1757
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TERMINALS
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STATIONS
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2.0
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2.7                                 1
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0.9
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3.9
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1.0
    BRESLAY    X
0.2
V    PARK  AVENUE    VX
2 3
    JAC.  CARTIER  JCT.    X
Jet C.N.R.
MONTREAL TERMINALS DIVISION FOOTNOTES ON PAGES 10, 11, 12 AND 13
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29. 1972
OUTWARD TRAINS—FIRST CLASS
295
Psgr.
Sat.
Sun.
1610
S 1615
\\s 1620
1623
S 1624
S 1626
rs.
v**-
231
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
1430
S 1436
S 1442
1445
F 1447
F 1449
Psgr.
Daily
1355
S 1401
M407
1410
1411
154
Psgr.
Daily
1330
S 1335
S 1340
1341
1343
1348
1350
S 1353
1355
293
Psgr.
Sun.
1215
S 1221
S 1226
1229
S 1231
S 1233
263
Psgr.
Daily
•X. Sun.
1215
S 1221
S 1226
1229
S 1231
S 1233
281
Psgr.
Sat.
0940
S 0945
s 0950
0953
F 0954
F 0955
152
Psgr.
Daily
ax. Sun.
0830
S 0835
S 0840
0841
0843
0848
0850
S 0853
0855
241
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Son.
0725
S 0730
S 0736
0740
F 0741
F 0743
WJ
BR
MONTREAL
TERMINALS
STATIONS
    MONTREAL    KWZ
2.0
    WESTMOUNT    VXY
2.7
V    MONTREAL WEST    X
1.4
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0.8
   BALLANTYNE   X
0.7
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0.4
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*e1
... SOUTH JCT.  X
1.5
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1.0
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0.7
ADIRONDACK JCT. XY
Jet. Pen-Cen
S"5
£2
JCT.
JCT.
....   NORTH
0.9
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3.9
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0.2
.   PARK  AVENUE    VX
2.3
JAC.   CARTIER  JCT.    X
Jet CN JL
OUTWARD TRAINS—FIRST CLASS
277
Pagr.
Dally
2335
S 2340
S 2345
2348
F 2350
F 2352
251
Psgr.
Daily
2130
S 2135
S 2140
2143
F 2145
F 2147
42
Psgr.
Daily
1950
M957
*2005
2007
2010
2013
275
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Snn.
1857
S 1903
S 1909
1912
S 1914
S 1916
156
Psgr.
Daily
1835
M840
M845
1846
1848
1853
1855
S 1858
1900
167
Psgr.
Ilaa.
Wed.
Fri.
1815
S 1820
S 1825
1826
1828
1833
1835
S 1838
1840
WJ
BR
MONTREAL
TERMINALS
STATIONS
t/>
    MONTREAL    KWZ
2.0
    WESTMOUNT    VXY
2.7
V    MONTREAL WEST   X
1.4
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0.8
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0.7
   LACHINE   XY
0.4
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8"
...  SOUTH JCT.  ..
13
    LASALLE   ....
1.0
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0.7
ADIRONDACK JCT.
Jet. Pen-Cen
XY
XY
*5
ft- a.
JCT.
JCT.
V,
.... NORTH
0.9
...ST. LUC
3.9
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1.0
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0.2
.   PARK AVENUE    VX
23
JAC.  CARTIER  JCT.- X
Jet C.N.R.
* No.     1 will flag stop at Montreal West to entrain for advertised stops Ottawa and west
* No. 245 will stop at Westmount to entrain only.
* No. 133 will stop at Montreal West to entrain only.
* Nos. 273, 42 and 156 will stop at Westmount and Montreal West to entrain only.
 8
TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
MONTREAL
a*
-   ■
INWARD TRAINS—FIRST CLASS
TERMINALS
270
Pigr.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and San.
240
Paar.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
213
Pair.
Daily
ax. Sat.
and Snn.
242
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
290
ftp-
Sat.
272
Pair.
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sn.
180
Pagr.
Daily
ax. Sat.
aid Sun.
244
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sat.
and San.
274
saii
ex. Sat
aid Sir
STATIONS
    MONTREAL    KWZ / * £ \
2.0                          |8g
2.7                                I1"*-
V    MONTREAL  WEST    X    0J2
14 ,                    r W H
03                                J     H
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0714
S 0708
S 0702
0747
S 0739
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S 0737
0807
S 0759
S 0752
0812
S 0804
S 0757
0812
S 0805
S 0759
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S 0835
S 0828
0657
S 0655
S 0653
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S 0742
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0.7
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,   NORTH  JCT                    .X 1
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262
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ex. Sun.
296
Psgr.
Sun.
153
Pair.
Daily
298
Psgr.
Sat.
232
Pair.
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sn.
248
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Daily
ex. Sat.
and San.
284
Psgr.
Sat.
2
Pair.
Dally
172
Psgr.
Sn.
^00
S 20521
S 2045!
STATIONS
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2.7                                 1
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S 1432
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S 1722
1735
S 1728
S 1722
1844
S 1836
S 1830
1943
S 1936
S 1929
1955
S 1948
S 1940
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F 1426
F 1424
1501
F 1500
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F 1716
F 1714
1719
F 1717
F 1715
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1924
F 1923
F 1921
1935
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1629
1624
1622
S 1621
1618
2042
2040
2035
2033
S 2032
2026
0.9
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3.9
1.0
    BRESLAY    X
0.2
V    PARK  AVENUE    VX
23
Jet C.N.R.
MONTREAL TERMINALS DIVISION FOOTNOTES ON PAGES 10,    11, 12 AND 13
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
INWARD TRAINS—FIRST CLASS
**
03
*» B
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*cs_
©~
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1—o
MONTREAL
TERMINALS
41
Pigr.
Dally
246
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sn.
292
Psgr.
tat
294
Psgr.
San.
132
Psgr.
Daily
276
Pair.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sn.
282
Pair.
Sat.
151
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Sn.
164
Psgr.
Tim.
Thur.
STATIONS
0850
S 0842
S 0835
	
0930
S 0922
S 0915
0930
S 0923
S 0916
1020
S 1013
s 1006
1025
S 1018
s 1011
1115
s 1107
S 1100
1117
S 1112
S 1107
1155
s 1148
S 1142
1235
S 1227
S 1220
WJ
to
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Two                         Two             Three    Two   Three
Tracks                    Tracks          Tracks TracksTracks
    MONTREAL   ....
2.0
    WESTMOUNT   ....
r                          2.7
V    MONTREAL WEST  .
1.4
0.8
0.7
0.4
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..KWZ
..VXY
....XY
0910
S 0908
S 0906
0912
S 0910
S 0908
1002
S 1000
S 0958
1055
S 1053
S 1051
1102
s 1101
S 1059
0828
0825
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0.7
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....XY
BR
0821
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1007
1005
1000
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S 0957
0951
1138
1136
1131
1129
S 1128
1125
1217
1215
1210
1208
S 1207
1201
[   NORTH JCT.   ....
0.9
    ST. LUC JCT.   ....
3.9
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1.0
    BRESLAY   	
0.2
V    PARK  AVENUE   ..
2.3
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Jet C.N.R.
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 X
.   i VX
 X
INWARD TRAINS—FIRST CLASS
134
Psgr.
Sn.
2105
S 2058
S 2053
2050
2142
2048
2140
2043
2135
2041
2133
!S 2040
S 2132
2036
2129
155
Psgr.
Dally
2200
S 2152
S 2145
250
Psgr.
Dally
2325
S 2318
S 2313
2309
F 2307
F 2304
■ 3
WJ
BR
MONTREAL
TERMINALS
STATIONS
    MONTREAL   ..
2.0
    WESTMOUNT   ..
2.7
V    MONTREAL WEST
1.4
 SORTIN ,
0.8
f   BALLANTYNE  ..
0.7
   LACHINE  	
0.4
 GROVEHILL ....
KWZ
.VXY
....X
..X
XY
XY
ft
...  SOUTH JCT.  X
13
....  LASALLE   XY
1.0
   SEAWAY 	
0.7
ADIRONDACK JCT. XY
Jet Pen-Cen
o •*
.*8
JCT.
JCT.
....  NORTH
0.9
...ST. LUC
3.9
...   OUTREMONT   XY
1.0
    BRESLAY    X
0.2
.   PARK  AVENUE    VX
2 3
JAC.   CARTIER  JCT.    X
Jet C.N.R.
 10
TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
MONTREAL TERMINALS DIVISION FOOTNOTES
TIMES SHOWN BELOW FOR INFORMATION ONLY
No. 931
No. 913
No. 85
No. 904
No. 919
No.
No.
No.
928
86
981
No. 915
No. 930
No. 908
No. 903
Daily ex. Sun. & Mon., leave Grovehill   0130
DaUy ex. Mon., arrive St.  Luc    0130
Daily ex. Sun., leave St. Luc 0300
Daily, airive  Ballantyne    0350
leave St Luc 0505
Daily ex. Mon., arrive St, Luc  0630
arrive Grovehill 0800
Daily ex. Sat., Sun. & Mon., arrive Grovehill ... .0600
Daily ex. Mon., arrive St. Luc 0610
Daily ex. Tues., arrive St. Luc 0620
and Consolidated with 903 from St Luc.
Daily, leave Ballantyne  0700
Daily ex. Sun. & Mon., arrive Grovehill   .0845
Daily, leave St Luc  1130
Daily, arrive St. Luc  1200
leave Ballantyne   1330
1 Transfer of passengers from inward to outward trains will
be made at Montreal West, unless inward train can arrive Montreal fifteen minutes before departure time of outward train. Should
a train with passengers for connection be delayed after leaving
Montreal West, outward train must be held for connection at
Montreal or Westmount
2 Yard limits, Montreal, extend to yard limit signs at
mileage 3.83 Winchester subdivision, mileage 9;2 Park Avenue
subdivision and mileage 38.8 Adirondack subdivision.
Three main tracks in service between mileage 0.4 and
mileage 2.0, Westmount Sub and between Ballantyne and Dorval
numbered 1, 2 and 3 from south to north. Two main tracks in
service between mileage 2.0 Westmount Sub. and Ballantyne designated as North track and South track. Two main tracks in
service between Seaway Spur and Outremont designated as west
track and east track.
Movements against the current of traffic within yard
limits, Montreal Terminals Division, must not be made except as
authorized by the Area Supervisor or Traffic Supervisor.
3 All Junctions, Montreal Terminals, are interlocking except : Bresiay and Mile End — ABS.
Drawbridge, Lachine Canal, mileage 43.1 Adirondack
subdivision — Interlocking. Controlled by bridgetender. Rule 663
applies.
Twin drawbridges, Seaway Canal, mileage 41.4 Adirondack subdivision — Interlocking. Controlled by operator Seaway
Tower. Rule 663 applies.
West Loop, St. Luc yard, between Hampstead and Hump
Office — Interlocking. Controlled by operator Hampstead Tower.
Rule 663 applies.
All main tracks Montreal Terminals and, in addition,
those of the Adirondack subdivision between mileage 38.3 and
yard limit sign mileage 38.8 are within interlocking limits. These
interlocking limits also include South Jet. lead, North Jet lead,
St. Luc Branch. Farnham Connection and South Independent lead
at Ballantyne. Exceptions are as follows:
WITHIN ABS
(ABS Rules and Footnote No. 15 page 11, apply)
Adirondack subdivision between mileage 49.2 and mileage 50.1;
Park Avenue subdivision  between mileage   0.0 and mileage   5.0;
between mileage   5.9 and mileage   9.0.
OUTSIDE ABS
Outremont subdivision, South Bank Branch subdivision, LaSalle
Loop subdivision, North Bank Branch subdivision and Park Avenue subdivision between Mile End and Bresiay.
4 In Montreal Terminals, when necessary to pass interlocking signals indicating STOP which do not govern movements
over dual control switches, Rule 663 will apply.
When interlocking signals indicating STOP govern movements over dual control switches, Rule 104B must apply in addition to Rule 663 except that, in the event of signals becoming
inoperative and information has been received that all dual control switches affected by one or more interlocking signals have
been placed in HAND position and lined for the route to be
used, signalman may verbally authorize movements to pass signal
or signals involved over that route in accordance with Rule 663
only.
When there is no means of communication, operations
must be directed by a *Signalman* on the ground who will be
governed by these instructions.
NOTE : Tnterlockings at Montreal, Westmount and Montreal West are equipped with power switches which are not dual
controlled.  Rule 104B does not apply.
5 Equipment with built-in markers equipped to display only
yellow or red to the rear will, when necessary, display yellow instead of green to comply with Rule 19.
No.
974
Daily,
No.
906 DaUy,
No.
905
Daily
No.
918
Daily,
No.
916
Daily,
No.
929
Daily
No.
952
Daily,
No.
947
Daily
No.
920
Daily
No.
914 Daily
No.
91
Daily
No.
949
Daily
Daily,
arrive Ballantyne    1630
arrive Ballantyne    1745
ex. Sat. & Sun., leave Ballantyne 1830
leave St. Luc 1930
arrive Ballantyne    2045
ex. Fri., Sat. & Sun., leave Grovehill 2110
arrive Ballantyne    2200
leave St. Luc 0100
ex. Monday, arrive St. Luc 2145
ex. Sat., leave   Grovehill    2230
leave St. Luc 2345
ex. Sat, leave St. Luc  2230
ex. Sun., arrive St. Luc  2300
Monday, arrive St. Luc 2355
ex.
leave Ballantyne  0030
Permanent Slow Orders
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Mileage
0.0 to
0.7 to
0.4
2.5
ao to 2.0
40.7 to 42.4
42.4 to 44.6
44.6 to 45.5
45.5 to 50.3
48.9 to 50.3
0.0 to   6.0
0.0 to   4.31
4.31
Location
Westmount Subdivision
Interlocking limits ....
On curves 	
Westmount Station platforms (backing-up)
Montreal West Station
platforms   	
Montreal West Station
platforms (backing-up)
Westmount and Montreal
West interlockings
through turnouts and
crossovers  	
Winchester Subdivision
Montreal West Station
platforms	
Montreal West Station
platforms (backing-up)
On carves	
Grovehill Spur on curves
Lachine Spur on curves
Adirondack Subdivision
On curves 	
Passenger
Trains
10
70
On curves	
South Bank Branch Sub.
LaSalle Loop Line Sub.
St Patrick St. Must be
protected by a member
of the crew     * 10
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
1.23
1.50
2.5
2.1
1.6
1.0
1.1
Farnham Connection
0.0
1.23
On curves	
1.50
St. Luc Branch Sub.
0.0
Outremont Sub.
0.0
South Jet Lead
0,0
North Jet Lead
0,0
* Until crossing fully occupied.
Freight and
Mixed Trains
10   '
_    1*
10
10
15
15
10
10
15
15
15
15
10
55
20
20
10
20
20
50
60
40
60
30
40
30
10
10
20
20
*10
*10
30
20
30
30
20
30
30
30
30
30
25
25
25
25
Continued
on Page 11
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
11
MONTREAL TERMINALS DIVISION FOOTNOTES—Confirmed
7 In territory where Rules 605-673 are effective, movements
must not enter on nor foul interlocking territory nor re-enter interlocking territory after having cleared it, except by signal indication or until permission has been received from the signalman.
When the "Employee call" located on signal bungalows
is operating either by a steady or a 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 signalman's phone
at that location.
8 In territory where rules 605-673 are effective, movements
must not clear the main track at non-electrically locked hand
operated switches at the locations listed in these footnotes. 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.
9 Trains originating in Montreal Terminals going beyond
Dorval will obtain clearance from Smiths Falls Division Train
Dispatcher, trains going beyond Seaway Spur will obtain clearance
from Farnham Division Train Dispatcher, and trains going beyond
li.z. Cartier Jet. will obtain clearance from Laurentian Division
**;rain Dispatcher.
10 Trains originating at St. Luc must register at St. Luc.
11 Northward Pen-Central trains will report to operator at
Seaway Tower when they are ready to leave Adirondack Jet. and
will stop engine at Seaway Tower to obtain CPR clearance. OK'ed
by Farnham Division Train Dispatcher.
12 Trainmen who run regularly in and out of Montreal
Windsor Station, will be required to sign special register provided
for in Station Master's Office to certify that they are competent
to handle drafts between Montreal Windsor Station and Glen
Yard, having properly qualified in the operation of back-up hose
and possess full knowledge of hose signal, switches and rules
governing movements between these points, and it will be the
duty of conductors to ascertain if the trainmen assigned to back up
drafts have registered. In the event of trainmen not having qualified, advice by wire should be sent to office of Superintendent of
Terminals by conductor so that arrangements can be made to
have draft handled by qualified man. In accordance with Air
Brake Rule 9, form 582, which covers the operation of trains with
control from the rear, when backing trains from Montreal Windsor Station to Glen Yard, the brakes are to be applied by the
Trainman, by using standard back-up hose, on the leading car
^fore backing out of train shecL When trainman is ready to
Idjck out, he will give three blasts with the communicating signal,
then apply brakes and he must know that brake is applied on the
leading car of the draft, before giving clear hand signal to back
up. Engineman must not back up until he knows that brakes have
been applied on his engine by the Trainman using the back-up
hose and, where a solarium car is the leading car of draft, Engine-
man will not back up until he receives a second three blasts of
communicating signal, after the brakes have been applied.
13 Inward passenger trains will be advised at Montreal West
the track number to be used at Montreal. This is to ensure
that trainmen on arrival may be in position to open all
vestibule doors and, direct passengers to detrain on the platform
side. The Station Master at Montreal Windsor Station or his representative will communicate this information to Montreal West.
14 Rule 14L does not apply within the Town of Montreal
West, City of Cote St. Luc, Town of Mount Royal and City of
Montreal except for the following crossings where whistle signal
(14(L) must be sounded.
South Bank Branch Lafleur Avenue
LaSalle Loop Line All crossings
North Bank Branch Blvd. Gauron, Ville St. Pierre.
The ringing of the engine bell is also prohibited for crossings within the City of Montreal.
15 Provided fixed signals indicate proceed, movements may
be made with the current of traffic on the time of superior trains,
provided such movements are kept sufficiendy clear to avoid
delay.
16 Bulletins for CONDUCTORS, YARDMEN, ENGINE-
MEN, AND FIREMEN and Standard Clocks are located as
follows :
Hochelaga,
Outremont
Cote St. Paul,
St. Luc Yard Office
mess room,
St. Luc Departure Yard,
St. Luc Hump Office,
Hampstead Tower,
Lachine Piggyback Yard,
LaSalle Mess Room,
Windsor Station,
Glen Yard Office,
Glen Shop,
St. Luc Diesel Shop.
17   WESTMOUNT SUBDIVISION.
A—Electrically locked hand operated switch, track
No. 1 to St. Henry lead, mileage 1.2. Footnote
No. 7 applies.
Movements from Nun's yard tracks, Windsor Station, must not line either switch to enter or foul
interlocking territory until permission has been received from signalman Westmount, after which
crews will be governed by indication of signal.
Telephones for communicating with signalman at
Westmount are located near signals 01, 01-4, 03-3,
04-2, 04-3, 13 and 15.
B — Under Air Brake Rule 31, form 582 (Running
Test), it is necessary for enginemen on all passenger
trains to make sufficient application of the brakes to
ascertain that brakes are in operating condition
approaching the entrance to Montreal Station. In
order to have uniform practice in this territory,
this test is to be made between Westmount Tower
and signals 14, 14-1, 14-2 near Greene Avenue.
C—In Switching Imperial Tobacco Company's Track,
St Heniy, CTC Order 53086 restricts switching
to night hours — 1830 to 0500 — no car to be
allowed to stand on portion of track on St. Antoine
Street. Before any car or engine shall cross St
Antoine Street, or move along Bourget Street,
member of crew will precede the movement to see
that streets are clear before giving Engineman
signal to proceed. Movements over such streets
must be protected by member of crew.
D—Movements over loop track, Glen Yard, will be
governed as follows:
Signal 01, governs movements from tracks Nos. 3
to 27 loop yard.
Signal No. 02 governs movements from track No 2,
loop yard.
Signal 03 governs movements from track No. 1,
loop yard.
Signal 04 governs movements from track No. 1
Old Yard.
Signal 05 governs movements from west end lead,
Old Yard.
Switches must be lined by crews and restored to
normal position after being used.
Movements must be made at restricted speed, not
exceeding 8 mph. In the event that signal remains
at STOP for 5 minutes, crews must know that the
route for their movement is properly lined after-
which movement may proceed under protection of
flagman.
In the case of drafts backing up, person in charge
must be sure to leave valve handle of air hose
controller in open position before leaving draft to
make such arrangements.
Telephones for communicating with Area Supervisor, Westmount Tower or Switchtender are located on signal 03 and on post, South side of
track, 100 feet beyond signal 05.
Continued on Page 12
 12
TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
MONTREAL TERMINALS DIVISION FOOTNOTES —Continued
E—Eastward movements on third track extending between Montreal West and Westmount must stop
clear of switch leading to loop track west of Area
Supervisor's office at Glen Yard and only proceed
on hand signal from switchman on ground.
F—All trains stopping at Montreal West station must
not move over Elmhurst Avenue or Westminster
Avenue crossings until gates have been lowered and
will ring engine bell or, if necessary, blink headlight
to indicate to towerman that train is ready to
proceed.
G—Restricted horizontal clearance exists cm station
tracks Nos. 3, 4, 7 and 8 at Windsor Station on
account of cross arms on* lighting standards on platforms. Employees are prohibited from riding oo
sides of engines and cars while operating on these
tracks.
H—Nos. 270, 241, 232, 249, 24*, 275, 250, 277, 292
and 298 may register at Montreal by register ticket.
18   WINCHESTER SUBDIVISION.
A—Electrically locked hand operated switch, at mileage
3.68, Meadowbrook Spur. Footnote No. 7 page 11
applies.
B—Telephones for communicating with operator St
Luc Yard located on electric locks leading to
Meadowbrook Spur and at CNR Connection. On
relay case at signals 33B, 33C, on signals 33, 34
Dorval, signals 50, 29, 20B, 29E, 30 and on steel
relay house Lachine. Signals 21, 21C, 24 and on
steel relay house Ballantyne.
C — Whenever freight train blocks station platform at
Lachine at time eastward or westward passenger
trains stopping at Lachine station are due, train
must be cut to allow passengers to get across to
reach their homes.
19   ADIRONDACK SUBDIVISION.
A—Electrically locked hand operated switches at mileage 38.37, 39.3, 40.05, 40.06, 43.25, 43.4, 43.86,
46.36, 48.86 and at crossovers mileage 42.9, 43.3,
47.07. Footnote No. 7 page 11 applies.
B—Telephones for communicating with operator at
Seaway Tower are located in instrument cases near
signals 383-384-423-424-407-408-413  and 414.
C—After last switching movement LaSalle has been
completed, yard foreman or conductor must promptly advise operator at Seaway Tower. Before switching t resumes, yard foreman or conductor should
again contact operator at Seaway Tower so that
route can be lined up and signal displayed. Yard
crews must watch dwarf signal 424-C at all times
to see that proper indication is displayed for their
movements.
D—The switches controlling movements to and from
track No. 2 and the South Bank branch at the
north end of LaSalle yard will be treated as main
track switches and will, when not in use, be kept
right and locked in accordance with Rule 104.
The normal position win be for the South Bank
branch and track No. 2 LaSalle yard. Crews setting
out cars at LaSalle will leave them on track No. 1.
E—Spring switch located at north end of LaSalle yard,
mileage 42.9. Rule 104A applies.
F—Mileage 48.81 — Wilderton Avenue crossing is
equipped with automatic gates and flashing lights.
Northward movements on both main tracks must
stop south of the crossing if signal 487 or 487B
displays stop. Northward movements on the service
track must stop at stop sign south of crossing,
request signal indication on signal 487 permitting
movement  to  proceed.  Such  indication must  be
received before proceeding over crossing. All cars
left on the service track must be left south of the
stop sign south of the crossing.
G—Spring switch located at south end of South Loop,
Sortin yard to Farnham connection at South Jet
Rule 104A applies.
H—Footnote No. 8 page 11 applies at switches mileage
42.4, 42.9, 47.8 and 47.9.
I — Signals 478B and 479B are located to the left of the
track they govern.
20 NORTH JCT. LEAD.
Footnote No. 8, page 11, applies at switch, mileage
0.48.
21 ADIRONDACK SUBDIVISION, SOUTH JCT., NORTH
JCT. CONNECTION, FARNHAM CONNECTION
AND ST. LUC BRANCH.
A—Telephones for communicating with operator at St
Luc Yard are located near signal  16,  17, 429C,
relay case signal 432, 439, 442, relay case near
signal 071, 445, 446, 455, 456, 470^ 487, 490 a?&jrt
under   Rockland   overpass  mileage   49.4,   also   MSf
Electric locks, south and north of Lachine Canal,r
Dominion   Eng.   Spur,   Knoxs   Spur,   Independent
lead Hampstead, signal bungalow, South Jet., and
signal  bungalow  halfway  between  Cote St.  Luc
Road and Hudson Ave.
22 ST. LUC YARD.
A—All movements over all public and private crossings
in the Mount Royal Industrial area must be protected by member of crew.
B—Movements must not exceed 20 mph on west loop
between signal 05 at Hampstead and signal 10 at
Hump tower.
C— ACI SCANNERS. Cars should not be left standing
on Parsley interchange track between circuit end
signs located both sides of scanner, 125 feet on the
north side and 400 feet on the south side.
Scanners are also located at Wentworth, mileage 1.7,
St. Luc Branch subdivision, and at Hampstead,
mileage 46.8, Adirondack subdivision.
To avoid damage to eyes employees are prohibited
from looking into scanner's lense when scanner
circuit is occupied.
D—Electric Yard Switches at receiving yard, Hampstead > \
are equipped with switch point indicator lights:
Indications : Green     — Set for straight track.
Yellow    —Set for diverging route.
No light —Stop.
Hampstead Tower operator
must be contacted to send
maintainer to repair switch.
23 ST. LUC BRANCH SUBDIVISION.
A—Electrically locked hand operated switches at mileage
0.05 and mileage 0.56, footnote No. 7 page 11
applies.
24 PARK AVENUE SUBDIVISION.
A—All southward freight trains operating between Mile
End and Hochelaga must not exceed 20 mph between Masson Street, mileage 3.55 and St Catherine
Street, mileage 1.65 and Special Instruction L
page 45, in connection with retaining valves applies
to southward freight movements between mileage
3.55 and mileage 1.65.
B—Trainmen and other employees are forbidden to
ride on the top or sides of cars and engine crews
are forbidden to put head out of engine cab side
windows when passing restricted clearance points
on Barrett's industrial tracks, Mileage 4.45.
Continued on Page 13
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
13
MONTREAL TERMINALS DIVISION FOOTNOTES — Continued
ȣ*
JvA
C—Before proceeding over Beaubien Street crossing
mileage 5.42 movements must stop at stop signs
erected on each side of crossing.
25   SOUTH BANK BRANCH SUBDIVISION.
A—All tracks are other than Main tracks, Rule 105
applies.
B—In performing services on the South Bank Branch
(Cote St Paul Area) no cars are to be allowed to
stand on tracks located on the travelled portion
of a public street, no back and forth switching
movements of cars to be made on that portion of
a public street—cars to be switched in order elsewhere—and all switching movements over streets
must be protected by member of crew.
C—No switching movements are to be made over the
crossing of Lafleur Avenue at the drawbridge
Mileage 0.8 between the hours of 1600 and 1800
and movements between Cote St Paul and LaSalle
must be curtailed to a minimum.
D—Mileage 0.8 — Lafleur Avenue, Ville LaSalle.
Movements must stop at stop signs erected on each
side of crossing, then trainmen will proceed to
boxes marked 'Trainmen's Push Buttons," located
on each side of crossing, and push button marked
"Start" before proceeding. If train then does not
proceed over crossing, the "Stop" button must be
used to prevent unnecessary operation of the protection.
E—Mileage 3.80 — Church and St. Patrick streets.
ALL movements must stop at stop signs on each side
of crossing and wait for yellow light before proceeding.
F—In Switching private track serving Ross Engineering
of Canada, Mileage 0.98, only one car may be
placed in their building at a time, and under no
circumstances must an engine enter this building.
G—Trainmen must not ride on top or sides of cars
when passing through subway under Canadian
National tracks.
H—Equipment 85 feet in length or longer must not
be used to switch industrial tracks.
26   LASALLE LOOP LINE SUBDIVISION.
A—All tracks are other than Main tracks, Rule 105
applies.
B — Mileage 0.42 — Lafleur Avenue —
Mileage 3.7 — Jolicoeur Street. Movements must
stop at stop signs erected on each side of crossing,
then trainmen will proceed to boxes marked "Trainmen's Push Button" located on each side of crossing
and push button marked "Start" before proceeding.
If train then does not proceed over crossing, the
"Stop" button must be used to prevent unnecessary
operation of the protection.
C—All movements over all public and private crossings
must be protected by a member of the crew except where crossings are protected by automatic
crossing protection and protection is operating as
intended.
D—Equipment 85 feet in length or longer must not be
used to switch industrial tracks.
27 NORTH BANK BRANCH.
When transfer engines working east of Atwater
transfer are required to move over crossing at
Blvd. Gauron, Ville St. Pierre, adjacent to entrance
of Canada Car & Foundry plant, all movements
over crossing must be protected by member of the
crew.
28 OUTREMONT SUBDIVISION.
A—All tracks are other than Main tracks, Rule  105
applies.
*S#f<
 14
TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
WESTWARD TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
1954
F 2004
S 2008
2011
F 2014
F 2017
7 2020
2025
275
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
273
Pigr.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
1801
S 1810
s 1814
F 1817
F 1821
F 1825
P 1829
1835
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
275
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
273
271
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Son.
1716
F 1727
S 1733
F 1735
F 1738
F 1742
F 1746
1750
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
271
295
Psgr.
Sat.
Son.
Pagr.
Dally
1705
F 1715
F 1720
F 1722
F 1724
F 1727
F 1730
1735
1433
1445
1450
1455
1503
1508
M512
1519
1523
1527
1536
293
Psgr.
Snn.
1310
F 1319
S 1325
F 1327
F 1329
F 1332
1310
r 1319
1325
F 1335
1340
1544
1548
1554
1559
1605
Sat.
Snn.
295
Dally
1
Sub.
293
263
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Snn.
277
Pagr.
Dally
0026
F 0035
S 0040
F 0042
F 0044
F 0047
F 0049
0055
Daily
ex. Sn.
263
Dally
277
.0
6.3
8.4
9.0
10.6
12.4
14.2
163
2A3
29.8
33.9
41.7
46.1
50.8
61.6
70.9
74.9
81.3
833
M. & Oo
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
» <
<
... VAUDREUIL KWXZ
6.3
    COMO    I
2.1
    HUDSON    ■
0.6
HUDSON  HEIGHTS   |
1.6
..   ALSTONVALB   ■
1.8
    CHOISY
1.8
.... DRAGON	
2.3
.... RIGAUD KWl
8.0
.   ST.  EUGENE   	
5.3
... STARDALE	
4.1
VANKLEEK HILL  ......
7.8
CALEDONIA SPRINGffi^
4.4
, ALFRED  ...
4.7
...   PLANTAGENET
10.8
    BOURGET   ..
9.3
JffisO
85.4
...  LEONARD  	
4.0
....   NAVAN   	
6.4
,.   BLACKBURN   	
2.2
MAO JUNCTION	
, Jet. C.N.R. Ottawa Sub.
OOl..   OTTAWA    CH
Rule 93A applies between
Vaudreuil and M&O Junction.
M. & O. SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Eastward trains must obtain a clearance in Ottawa terminals
and may leave M&O Junction without a clearance.
Walkley is a standard clock, bulletin and register Station.
Times shown at Ottawa are for information only.
All regular trains may register at Vaudreuil by register ticket.
Hudson is register station for Nos. 263 and 262.
Engine arriving Hudson on No. 263 must retain all train
orders and may assume schedule of No. 262 and leave Hudson
without a clearance provided there is no operator on duty and
train order signal indicates proceed.
No. 262 will wait at Hudson until No. 263 arrives.
Engine arriving Rigaud on No. 293 Sunday must retain all
train orders and may assume schedule of No. 296 and leave
Rigaud without a clearance provided there is no operator on duty
and train order signal indicates proceed.
No. 296 will wait at Rigaud until No. 293 arrives.
Rigaud is a register station for trains originating and terminating only.
Jet. with Winchester Subdivision at Vaudreuil—Interlocking.
*No. 1 and No. 2 will stop at Vankleek Hill for revenue
passengers.
ABS—Eastward between:
M&O Junction and block end sign mileage 81.5.
Signal 176 to Vaudreuil.
Westward between:
Signal 189 at Vaudreuil to block end sign mileage 17.3.
Signal 09 at mileage 80.2 to M&O Junction.
Rules 263-273 apply continuous from signal 11 at mileage 81.5.
INTERLOCKING LIMITS—VAUDREUIL
WESTWARD—Between signals 189-189B, 190-190B Winchester
Subdivision and signal 008 M&O Subdivision.
EASTWARD—Between signal 008 M&O Subdivision and
signals 189-189B, 190-190B Winchester Subdivision.
RAILWAY CROSSING AT GRADE
Mileage 33.2—C.N.R. — Automatic interlocking. When applyir^L?*
Rule 672 movements must proceed at restrictea
speed to the "Block end" sign. Timing circuit
eastward from mileage 35.8 to interlocking signal
332, westward from mileage 30.4 to interlocking
signal 331. Special instruction O applies—8 minutes.   Passenger trains must not exceed 50 mph.
Trains and engines between Walkley Yard and signal 11 at
mileage 81.5 M&O sub., including Industrial Lead located west
of Hawthorne, connecting to Walkley line at mileage 0.6 and
Ottawa Subdivision at mileage 0.6 will be governed by CN.R.
St. Lawrence Region, Rideau Area, Ottawa Terminals current
time table. Restrictions prohibiting the sounding of engine whistle
signals within limits of City of Ottawa will be found in that time
table. Park Avenue train dispatchers will issue train orders to
C.P.R. trains and engines relating to track conditions in this area
on request of C.N.R. authorities.
Special Instruction "A" is amended to read 50 mph between
Rigaud and M&O Junction. Freight and mixed trains will be
governed by permanent slow orders and must not exceed 50
mph at any point.
When passenger trains meet at Hudson, westward passenger
trains will unless otherwise directed, take siding at crossover
switch located 300 feet west of station.
Switch leading to Pilgrimage lead west end of siding Rigaud is
to be left set for movement from siding to main track. When in
this position yellow light and target will so indicate.
Any movement over the Ottawa-Montreal Road which crosses
tail track of wye at Rigaud must be protected by member of crew.
Continued on Page 15
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IS
-3
*8
RO
HS
lou
Yard
Nil
27
Nil
Nil
25
NU
22
21
31
\Jk?9
20
19
21
23
50
16
22
NU
EASTWARD TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
270     290
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Snn.
S 0616
s 0606
S 0601
F 0559
F 0557
F 0555
F 0552
0549
Psgr.
Sat.
S 0713
S 0703
S 0657
F 0654
F 0652
F 0650
F 0648
0645
272
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Snn.
0715
S 0705
S 0700
S 0657
F 0653
0650
F 0648
0645
274
Pagr.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Son.
S 0746
S 0735
S 0729
S 0725
F 0720
F 0716
F 0712
0709
292
Psgr.
Sat.
S 0835
F 0824
S 0820
F 0818
F 0815
F 0812
F 0809
0805
294
Psgr.
Sun.
S 0925
S 0914
S 0910
F 0908
F 0905
F 0902
F 0859
0855
276
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
S 1015
F 1004
S 1000
F 0958
F 0955
F 0952
F 0949
0945
262
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Sun.
S 1348
1335
296
Psgr.
Snn.
S 1428
F 1419
S 1415
F 1413
F 1410
F 1407
F 1404
1400
298
Psgr.
Sat.
S 1645
F 1634
S 1630
F 1627
F 1624
F 1621
F 1618
1615
Psgr.
Dally
1910
1858
1853
1848
1841
1836
* 1831
1825
1821
1817
1809
1802
1758
1753
1751
CD
Yard
1745
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
270
Sat.
290
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
272
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Snn.
274
Sat.
Son.
292
294
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
276
Dally
ex. Sun.
262
San.
296
Sat.
298
Dally
M. & O. SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES — Continued
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—M.P.H.
Passenger trains (other)	
Passengers trains (RDC units)
89
90
Permanent Slow Orders
Mileage
0.0 to
1.0 to
10.0 to
32.0 to
44.4 to
56.0 to
82.9
1.0
9.0
18.0
33.0
46.6
57.0
Location
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Passenger Freight and
Trains Mixed Trains
On curves	
Over east leg of Wye at
M&O Junction	
83.4 to   83.5
40
55
80
85
60
85
15
60
40
Restrictions
Diesel Units
DRF-30 and DRF-36 30 mph
15
Bridge 31.8
Crane and Auxiliary
200 to 250 tons capacity 20 mph Bridge 31.8
Cars must not be left on siding closer than 100 feet from either
side of Selkirk Avenue crossing at Hudson.
Movements over West leg of Wye in both directions at M&O
Junction Mileage 1.9 C.N.R. Ottawa Subdivision (Mileage 83.5
M&O Subdivision) must not exceed 15 mph over switch at west
end of this track.
Rule 14L does not apply within the limits of the Town of Do-
rion (Vaudreuil). The only public crossing within these limits is
located at Mileage 19.13 Winchester Subdivision.
m Except when weather and other conditions prevent proper running inspection Special Instruction "C" is amended to read 60
miles.
Laurentian Division extends to Mileage 82.5.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 8.35—Wharf Road, Hudson. Eastward trains switching
or standing, will use manual control.
Mileage 8.54—Hudson. Westward trains stopping, must not exceed 5 mph until crossing fully occupied. Movements on the back tracks must be protected by
member of crew.
Mileage 10.03—Hudson Heights. Westward passenger trains must
not exceed 50 mph from mileage 9 until crossing
fully occupied.
Mileage 16.56—St Antoine St., Rigaud. Trains turning on wye
after discharging passengers must do so through
switch at west end of siding. Trains must work
the town track from the siding, leaving main track
clear of any portion of their train. Westward
trains approaching this crossing, after switching
on main track or making a stop between signal
159 and the crossing or proceeding after having
received a stop indication at signal 159, must
proceed at a speed not exceeding 5 mph until
crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 19.13—St. Charles Street—Vaudreuil (Winchester Sub).
No engine, car or train shall exceed 35 mph until
crossing fully occupied.
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NORTHWARD
TRAINS
_ |b
E   „
o J2r
™   CO
SI
PARK AVENUE
SUBDIVISION
FIRST CLASS
156
Psgr.
Dally
167
Psgr.
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
133
Psgr.
Dally
181
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
154
Psgr.
Daily
152
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Sun.
STATIONS           ]
1835
1815
1755
1727
1330
0830
 MONTREAL	
W
.0
2.0
3.1
5.0
o
c
1
u
•
"5
0)
u
e
o
2
2J0
   HOCHELAGA   X
1.1
    ANGUS   X
tt
 MILE END X
*l   i
O-i
1855
S 1858
1900
1835
s 1838
1840
1815
S 1817
1819
1753
s 1755
1757
1350
S 1353
1355
0850
S 0853
0855
5.9
6.1
8.4
   BRESLAY   X
Jet. Adirondak Sub.
0.2
V....   PARK   AVENUE   ..VX
23
....JAC CARTIER JCT. ...X
1                          1.4
H
1
F 1903
♦1843
P 1821
S 1801
1358
0858
9.8
    BORDEAUX    XZ
■
GAUNTLET TRACK
0.4
Ifl1
F 1803
F 1808
10.2
12.8
.. LA VAT. RAPIDES	
F 1908
1849
1827
1403
0903
2.6
ST   MARTIN JCT.          KXYZ
o
0
b
o
*
JcL Trois Rivieres Sub.
4.4   	
* 1854
* 1856
M858
F 1832
F 1834
S 1836
s 1813
S 1815
1820
17.2
ns
19.9
    STE, ROSE   ...XZ
0.7
 ROSEMERB	
7,
V
2.0
...... STE.   THERESE  KVWXY
ret. Lachute and Ste. Agathe Sub.
Dally
156
lion.
Wed.
Fri.
167
Dally
133
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Snn.
181
Dally
154
Dally
ex. Sun.
152
PARK AVENUE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Times shown at Montreal for information only.
Northward trains must obtain a clearance in Montreal Terminals and may leave Jac. Cartier JcL without a clearance.
Provided fixed signals indicate proceed, northward trains may
move with the current of traffic between Jac. Cartier JcL and
Ste. Therese on the time of superior trains, provided they clear
in sufficient time to avoid delay to the superior train.
All trains may register at SL Martin JcL by register ticket.
Southward first class trains may register at Ste. Therese by register ticket.
Jet. with Ste. Agathe and Lachute subdivisions at Ste. Therese,
and with Trois Rivieres Sub. at SL Martin Jet.—ABS.
End of two tracks and JcL with Adirondack Sub. at Bresiay
and with Outremont Sub. at Mile End—ABS. Switches are in
normal position when set for movements to and from Adirondack
Sub. at Bresiay, and to and from Outremont Sub. at Mile End.
Yard limits Bordeaux extend to mileage 10.89.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—M.P.H. 'i
Passenger trains (other)         89
Passenger trains (RDC Units)        90
Psgr. Trains
Permanent Slow Orders incl. RDCs
Between mileage 0.0 to 6.0   40
mileage 6.0 to 11.0 on curves 55
mileage 11.0 to 17.0 on curves 60
mileage 17.0 to 18.0 on curves 65
mileage 18.0 to 20.3 on curves 70
*No. 167 wfll not carry passengers between stations Montreal
and Ste. Therese inclusive. This train will, however, flag stop at
these stations to entrain passengers for stations beyond Ste.
Therese.
*No. 153 will stop at Bordeaux Sunday only.
Rule 14L does not apply within the limits of the Town of Laval
Rapides (Mileage 10.07 to Mileage 11.58).
Rule 14L does not apply within the limits of the Town of Rose-
mere (Mileage 17.51 to Mileage 18.85).
Park Avenue Subdivision extends to mileage 20.3.
Train and engine movements south of Jac Cartier JcL will
be governed by Montreal Terminals schedules and footnotes
pages 6 to 13 inclusive.
Continued on Page 17
 TIME TABLE No. 29. OCTOBER 29, 1972
i
55
«e
WJ
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
FIRST CLASS
Yard
Yard
Yard
Yard
Yard
NU
Nil
Nfl
Nil
ST
JC
SR
Nil
Yard
Nfl
Nfl
Yard
180
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
0822
0753
1 0752
0746
S 0744
F 0741
F 0738
S 0732
F 0730
0727
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Snn.
180
132
Psgr.
Dally
1025
0958
S 0957
0951
F 0949
0945
F 0939
F 0938
0935
Dally
132
151
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sun.
1155
1129
S 1128
1125
F 1123
1118
Dally
ex. Sun.
151
164
Psgr.
Tues.
Thur.
1235
1208
S 1207
1201
F 1159
153
Psgr.
Dally
1650
1622
S 1621
1618
* 1616
GAUNTLET TRACK
1155
F 1149
F 1148
1145
Tues.
Thur.
164
1612
Dally
153
172
Psgr.
Sun.
2100
2033
S 2032
2026
F 2024
2020
F 2014
F 2013
2010
Sun.
172
134
Psgr.
Sun.
2105
2041
S 2040
2036
F 2034
2029
F 2024
F 2022
2020
Sun.
134
155
Pear.
Dally
2200
2133
S 2132
2129
2127
2123
Daily
155
FOURTH
CLASS
86
Freight
Daily
ex. lion.
0245
0230
0210
Dally
ex. lion.
86
17
PARK AVENUE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES — Continued
G/*JNTLET TRACK BORDEAUX
Mileage 10.1 —Interlocking. Controlled by dispatcher. Rule 663
applies. Telephones located on signals 99 and
102. Southward passenger trains must not exceed
45 mph.
All switching movements over Francis Hughes Street on Tidewater Oil track, SL Martin Jet., must be protected by member
of crew.
Mileage 11.93
-All movements over Fleetwood Street crossing,
mileage 0.28 Fleetwood track, must be protected
by member of crew.
Account restricted clearance, employees must not ride the side
of cars and engines while switching at the doors on either side of
the building at Samuel Sons & Co. Ltd., mileage 12.87. Extreme
caution must be exercised when switching in this area.
Mileage 20.03-
-Turgeon SL, Ste. Therese. No engine, car or train
shall exceed 10 mph until crossing fully occupied.
Switching movements must be protected by member of crew.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage  9.91
-Gouin Blvd., Bordeaux. Northward trains switching at Bordeaux will use manual control located
on north side of station track, which will cause
signal 99 to display STOP and crossing gates to
clear. If train has to pass signal 99 for a switching move use manual control marked "CLEAR"
and then be governed by indication displayed by
signal 99. After switching move passes signal 99,
push the manual control marked "STOP" so that
gates will clear when train clears crossing. When
switching completed and train ready to proceed
push manual control marked "CLEAR" and be
governed by indication displayed by signal 99.
Mileage 16.81—Southward trains stopping at Rosemere must not
exceed 55 mph until crossing fully occupied.
Southward trains stopping 360 ft. south of signal
172 at Ste. Rose must not exceed 25 mph until
crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 17.91-
-Rosemere. Northward Passenger trains making
station stop must stop clear of yellow sign located
just west of station.
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TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
WESTWARD TRAINS -
INFERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
133
Pigr
Da
ft
1836
F 1845
S 1851
F 1857
S 1907
F 1912
F 1920
F 1929
F 1936
F 1943
s 1949
S 1955
F 2001
S 2010
S 2020
F 2030
F 2035
2041
2105
Dally
133
19.9
27.7
32.4
37.6
44.1
48.7
55.2
593
64.8
70.9
743
79.1
83.9
90.6
99.9
109.9
111.9
116.4
LACHUTE
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
STB.
KVWYZ
THERESE
7.8
... ST. AUOUSTW	
4.7
STB. SCHOLASITQUE   Z
53
.... ST. HERMAS	
63
    LACHUTE    Z
4.6
STAYNERVILLE    YZ
Jet Staynerville Spur
63
.... MARELAN Z
43
.... CALUMET Z
53   	
POINTE AU CHENB	
6.1
 FASSETT	
3.6
..  MONTEBELLO  	
4.6
.  PAPINEAUVILLE .........Z
4.8
...   PLAISANCE   	
6.7
 THURSO • Z
    93
.... BUCKINGHAM JCT. YZ
Jet. Buckingham Sub,
10.0
 TEMPLETON	
2JO
    GATINEAU    RYZ
A3
/■V...„.*....   LAMAN   	
Jet. Maniwakl
and Ellwood Subs.
Smiths Falls Division
Ellwood Subdivision
OTTAWA CKW
Rule 93A applies.
SR
BC
GN
CD
"if
Yard
22
28
56
25
51
7
45
13
19
43
20
19
45
27
29
32
Nfl
Yard
EASTWARD TRAINS-
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
132
Pscr.
Daily
S 0935
F 0925
F 0919
7 0912
3 0904
F 0856
F 0849
F 0844
F 0838
F 0831
S 0826
S 0820
F 0814
134
Psgr.
Sun.
S 2020
F 2010
S 2004
F 1959
S 1950
S 0806
S 0756
F 0746
S 0743
0738
0715
Dally
132
F 1943
F 1935
F 1929
F 1922
F 1915
S 1910
S 1904
F 1858
S 1850
S 1839
F 1830
S 1828
1823
1800
San.
134
FOURTH CLASS
54
Freight
Dally
ex. See.
1335
1314
1304
1254
1239
86
Freight
Daily
ex. Uon.
0210
0155
0145
0135
0120
1229
1214
1204
1149
1134
1109
1059
1049
1034
1014
0947
0940
0930
Dally
ex. Sen.
54
0105
0050
0035
0020
0005"
2355
2340
2330
2305
2250
2225
2215
2140
Dally
ex. Sen.
86 3
LACHUTE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Eastward trains must obtain a clearance in Ottawa Terminals
and may leave Laman without a clearance.
Walkley is a standard clock, bulletin and register station.
Times shown at Ottawa for information only.
Gatineau is register station for first class trains only.
Rule 105A does not apply at Gatineau.
First class trains may register at Gatineau by register ticket
when operator on duty.
Westward first class trains may register at Ste. Therese by
Register Ticket
Jet with Ste. Agathe and Park Avenue Subdivisions at Ste.
Therese — ABS.
ABS—Eastward between:
Signal 238 and signal 204
Westward between:
Signal 201 and block end sign, mileage 25.45.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage    28.5—C.N.R.—Automatic interlocking. Passenger trains
must not exceed 50 mph.
Mileage 31.53—C.N.R.—Automatic interlocking. Passenger trains
must not exceed 50 mph.
Rules 263-273 apply between signals 1163 Lachute Sub. and 16
Maniwaki Sub. at Laman, 02B Waltham Sub. at Wamo, 116
Carleton Place Sub. at Bells Jet, 213 Prescott Sub. at Preswood
and 11 at mileage 81.5 M&O Sub. Exception to rule 514 does
not apply.
Trains and engines between Laman and Ottawa will be governed
by C.P.R. Eastern Region and C.N.R. St. Lawrence Region,
Rideau Area. Ottawa Terminals current time tables. Restrictions
prohibiting the sounding of engine whistles within limits of the
Cities of Hull and Ottawa will be found in these time tables.
Continued on Page 19
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
19
LACHUTE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES — Continued
Maximum  speeds  unless   otherwise   restricted—M.P.H.
Passenger trains (other)	
Passenger trains (RDC units)
89
90
Permanent Slow Orders
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Mileage
20.03
20.30
43.0
44.11
44.12
44.38
44.39
44.51
44.52
Location
Passenger
Trains
to
to
to
to
43.0
44.10
Turgeon Street  *10
On curves  70
On curves  65
Bethany Street  *10
to
(Ayers Ltd.
Lachute)
45.0   to   55.0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
44.37 On curves
Barron Street
44.50 On curves ..,
Main Street .,
On curves ...
45.0
65
•10
65
•10
65
Freight and
Mixed Trains
•10
•10
•10
•10
Millway Street      *10
•10
55.0
61.0
64.0
86.0
* /92.0
T>   $3.0
106.0
109.0
111.91
111.92
61.0
64.0
86.0
92.0
93.0
106.0
109.0
111.90
75
60
55
60
65
60
65
60
65
to
GATINEAU
•30
•10
•10
CLP. Spur leading from
CLP. Spur leading from
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
Main Street      *30
116.40 On curves         65
^Over public crossing on
spur track to CLP. mills.     **0
Over public crossing on
industrial  lead   to  plywood plant CLP       *10
•Until crossing fully occupied.
Rule  14(L) does not apply at the following public crossings
within the Town of Gatineau.
Labrosse Street—mileage 111.40
Main Street—mileage   111.91
Maloney Boulevard—mileage 0.15,
mileage 112.04
Maloney Boulevard—mileage 0.10,
mileage 112.40
Mileage 20.03—Turgeon St., Ste Therese. No engine, car or
train shall exceed 10 mph until crossing fully
occupied. Switching movements must be protected
by member of crew.
-AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 44.11—Bethany St, Lachute. Eastward trains with switching to be done must stop before reaching yellow
post located 200 ft. west of crossing and must not
exceed 5 mph until crossing fully occupied. Westward trains required to switch must stop before
reaching and leave train sufficient distance from
yellow sign marked "circuit end" so that engine will
be in rear of this sign when recoupled. Westward
through trains required to switch and unable to
clear between Bethany St. and Barron St. will
leave their train east of Gilbert St. while switching.
Mileage 45.11—Hamford Street, Lachute. Eastward trains, switching or standing, must stop west of crossing and
member of crew must use manual control to stop
and start automatic protection.
Mileage 45.48—Westward trains must not exceed 75 mph over
this crossing.
Mileage 79.1 —Papineauville. Westward trains stopping at station
must not exceed 5 mph until crossing west of
station fully occupied. Westward passenger trains
not stopping, must not exceed 50 mph from east
siding switch until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 90.46—Gallipeau St., Thurso.
Westward trains switching or standing must stop
clear of yellow  sign  located  200 ft.  east  of
crossing and member of crew must use manual
control.
Eastward  trains  stopping  at  station  must use
manual control when switching or standing.
Mileage 99.9—Buckingham Jet. Westward trains must not exceed
20 mph from station until first crossing west fully
occupied. Movements on other than main track
must be protected by member of crew.
Mileage 100.9—Highway No. 8, James McLaren Co. Ltd. lead
track. Movements must come to a stop before
crossing, and movements over this crossing must
be protected by member of crew.
Mileage 111.40-Gatineau. Eastward trains switching or standing,
must not exceed 10 mph until crossing east of
station fully occupied. Eastward passenger trains
not stopping, must not exceed 60 mph until
crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 111.91-Main St., Gatineau. Westward trains stopping at
Station, must not proceed until member of crew
has operated manual control. Trains must not
leave sidings located immediately east and west of
this crossing until member of crew has operated
manual control. To avoid blocking this crossing,
westward freight trains will pull through yard
tracks from east end of yard when setting off
cars.
Mileage 112.4—Highway No. 8, Gatineau. Lead track crossing
Canadian International Paper Co. Movements
must stop at STOP signs located on each side
of crossing and then proceed.
When setting off cars or switching at Marelan, a cut must be
made at the east back track switch and also at the west crossover
switch from the back track, in order that Canadian Refractories
engine may be able to get out from either end of the back track
onto siding.
Trains stopping at Thurso to switch should insure that their
trains do not block private crossing into Thurso Pulp and Paper
Company plant located at mileage 91.05.
No cars are to be left standing on the siding at Templeton
nearer than 100 feet from either side of public crossing at grade,
mileage 109.73.
Account less-than-standard clearance in doors of Paper Shed
in C.I.P. Plant, Gatineau, employees must not ride the side of
cars while operating past this point. Extreme caution must be
exercised when switching in this area.
A deep ditch is located along the west side of track No. 4
extending from the gate of the tri-level loader in the General
Motors Plant, Ste. Therese. Use caution at this location.
Lachute Subdivision commences at mileage 20.3 and extends to
mileage 116.4.
Special instructions governing movements on Staynerville
spur mileage 48.3.
Diesel Units
DRS-24, DRF-30 and DRF-36 prohibited.
Diesel units must not exceed 20 mph between mileage
1.4 and 1.55.
Crane and Auxiliary
100 to 160 tons capacity
414000-2    prohibited.
200 to 250 tons capacity prohibited.
Rule 105 applies.
 20
TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
WESTWARD TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD CLASS
91
Freight
Dally
ex. Sea.
1610
1620
1631
1645
1655
1705
1711
1716
1730
1739
1746
1752
1759
1805
1811
1818
1830
SECOND CLASS
919
Freight
Dai
gm
0020
0030
0039
0048
0115
0130
0136
0141
0155
0204
0211
0217
0225
0231
0237
0245
0255
FIRST CLASS
155
Psgr.
Dally
153
Pegr.
Dally
151
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Sob.
2006
2009
2019
2026
2031
2032
2034
2038
2042
2045
2051
2055
2058
2102
2106
2109
2112
2117
2123
1456
1459
1506
1514
* 1519
1520
*1523
1527
1531
1534
1540
0953
0956
1006
1013
' 1018
82.3
79.2
74.6
67.3
61.7
1544
1547
* 1551
1555
1558
1601
1606
M612
1020
*1022
1027
1031
1034
1041
1045
1049
F 1055
1100
1103
1107
1112
F 1118
60.3
57.7
52.2
47.4
44.0 m
<
35.7
TROIS RIVIERES
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
TROIS RIVIERES .CKWYZ
3.1
... BUREAU 	
4.6
, POINTE-DU-LAC Z
13
YAMACHICHE  	
5.6
. LOUISEVILLE Z
 14	
304
26.8
22.8
17.3
14.2
10.4
4.9
.0
RS
 LAVOIE	
2J6
.   MASKINONGE   .
53
ST. BARTHELEMY
4.8
. ST. CUTHBERT .
3.4
...   BERTHIER   ...
Jet. Berthierville Sub.
S3
...  LANORAIE   YZ
Jet St. Gabriel Sub.
53
YZ
SO
.   LAVALTRIE   .,
3.6
.. VAUCLUSE ..,
4.0
L'EPIPHANIE ...
53
CABANE RONDE
3.1
 MASCOUCHE	
3.8
....   TERREBONNE   	
53
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL ....
4.9
..   ST. MARTIN JCT.  ....RYZ
JC
Yard
42
44
53
Nfl
120
Nil
51
54
Ntt
162*1
76
46
47
73
50
42
73
Nfl
Dally
ex. Sn.
91
Dally
919
Daily
155
Daily
153
Dally
ex. Sob.
151
Rule 93A applies.
TROIS RIVIERES SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
*%
All trains may register at St Martin Jet by register ticket
Spring switch located at west end of Lanoraie, mileage 35.2,
dwarf signal 35IB is normally dear for westward trains leaving
siding. Manual control. Rule 104A applies. Signal 351 is located
to left of track.
Jet. with Park Avenue Sub. at St Martin Jet., St Gabriel Sub.
at Lanoraie and Berthierville Sub. at Berthier—ABS.
Jet. with St. Maurice Valley Sub. and with station tracks at
Trois Rivieres—Interlocking.
First class trains may register at Trois Rivieres by register
ticket
INTERLOCKING LIMITS—TROIS RIVIERES
WESTWARD—Between signal 825 Quebec Subdivision and
signal 820 Trois Rivieres Subdivision.
EASTWARD—Between signal 820 Trois Rivieres Subdivision
and signal 825 Quebec Subdivision.
Speeds through turnouts and crossovers of interlocking must
not exceed 15 miles per hour.
RAILWAY CROSSING AT GRADE
Mileage 23.29—C.N.R. Automatic interlocking. Rule 509 does
not apply. When applying Rule 672 movements
must proceed at restricted speed to the next signal.
Timing circuit eastward from mileage 21.80 to
interlocking signal 232, Westward from mileage
25.07 to interlocking signal 235. Special instruction G applies—12 minutes. Passenger trains must
not exceed 50 mph.
Special Instruction "C" is not applicable to trains consisting
exclusively of multi-level auto cars, piggy-back cars, passenger
cars, mechanical refrigerator cars, container cars, cars loaded
with containers, or any combination thereof and, except when
weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection,
is amended to read 60 miles for other freight trains.
Maximum speeds unless  otherwise  restricted—M.P.H.
Passenger trains (other)         89
Passenger trains (RDC units)        90
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Passenger       Freight and
Location Trains Mixed Trains
Mileage
0.0 to 1.0
4.0 to 5.0
10.0 to 12.0
61.0 to 62.0
75.0 to 76.0
80.8 to 81.9
81.0 to 82.3
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
35
70
65
60
65
70
40
35
40
On curves	
Rule   14L does not  apply for Bonaventure Street crossing,
Mileage 82.12.
*No. 153 will flag stop at Louiseville, Maskinonge, L'Epiphanie
and St Martin Jet Sunday only.
*No. 156 will flag stop at Maskinonge Friday and Sunday only.
*No. 151 will flag stop at Maskinonge Monday only.
Freight cars and double-deck coaches must not be moved on
main track underneath station canopy at Trois Riviires.
a Account restricted clearance, employees must not ride tops and
sides of engines and cars when switching at Newsprint Specialty
Corporation Ltd. located at mileage 80.99.
Continued on Page 21
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
21
2
B a
St?
82.3
79.2
74.6
67.3
61.7
60.3
57.7
52.2
47.4
■ 8
to y
o
CO
"1
EASTWARD TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
TROIS RIVIERES
SUBDIVISION
FIRST CLASS
SECOND CLASS
FOURTH CLASS
152
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sun.
154
Paar.
Dally
156
Psgr.
Daily
920
Freight
Daily
ex. Sob.
94
Freight
Daily
ex. Son.
96
Freight
Dally
98
Freight
Dally
STATIONS
<
3.1
RS
Yard
42
44
53
NU
1015
1011
1006
0958
0953
1515
1511
1506
1458
1453
2028
2024
2019
2011
F 2005    I
0155
0141
0135
0126
0330
0313
0305
0253
1405
1351
1342
1331
2225
2211
2203
2151
4.6
    POINTE-DU-LAC    Z
13
    YAMACHICHE   	
5.6
    LOUISEVELLB    Z
       1 \
    LAVOIE   	
120
NU
51
54
NU
162
0952
0950
0946
0943
0940
0934
1452
1450
1446
1443
1440
1434
2003
* 2001
1956
1952    |
1949
1943
0115
0240
1318
2138
2.6
    MASKINONGE  	
53
 ST. BARTHELEMY	
0105
0059
0053
0040
0229
0221
0215
0155
1305
1257
1251
1236
2124
2116
2110
2051
4.8
1    44.0
3.4
 BERTHIER YZ
Jet. Berthierville Sub.
8.3
   LANORAIE   YZ
Jet St. Gabriel Sub.
 5.3	
SO
rfc7
30.4
26.8
22.8
17.3
14.2
10.4
4.9
.0
76
46
47
73
50
42
73
Nfl
0930
0927
0924
0920
0917
0914
0909
0903
1430
1427
1424
1420
1417
1414
1409
1403
1939
1935
P 1930
1925
1922
1919
1914
1908
0032
0027
0022
0016
0011
0006
2359
2350
0125
0118
0110
0101
0054
0048
0039
0030
1221
1214
1207
1159
1154
1148
1139
1130
2011
2004
1957
1950
1944
1938
1929
1920
3.6
4.0
   LTBPIPHANIE   Z
53
	
3.1
 MASCOUCHE	
3.8
    TERREBONNE
53
. ST. VINCENT DE PAUL ....Z
4.9
srr   MApTTM irr          »Y7
JC
Rule 93A applies.
Dally
ax. Sn.
152
Dally
154
Dally
156
Dally
ex. Set.
920
Dally
ex. Sin.
94
Dally
96
Dally
98
TROIS RIVIERES SU8DIVISK
\*i Telephones for communicating with Operator Trois Rivieres are
located—on Signals 820 and 825, on poles at east and west ends of
station platform track No. 1 and at Cap de la Madeleine—on
Signal 85a
250 ton capacity Auxiliary Crane 414479, 80, 503, 650 prohibited on track No. 1 at Trois Rivieres.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage   4.76—St Vincent de Paul. Movements on siding must be
protected by member of crew.
)N  FOOTNOTES — Continued
Mileage 10.4 —Terrebonne. Westward trains stopping, must not
exceed 5 mph until first crossing west of station
fully occupied.
Mileage 22.58—L'Epiphanie. Westward trains switching or standing at mileage 22.8, must use manual control.
Mileage 52.28—St Barthelemy. Movements on siding must be protected by member of crew.
Mileage 80.9 —Highway No. 2, Royale Blvd. on Domtar lead.
Movements over all tracks must be protected by
member of crew.
Mileage 82.12—Bonaventure St., Trois Rivieres. Westward trains
must not exceed 5 mph from dwarf signals 821 A,
82IB, 821C, 82ID until crossing fully occupied.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS GOVERNING MOVEMENTS
ON EAST AND WEST LOOP SPURS, TROIS RIVIERES.
MILEAGES 81.3 AND 83.3
Diesel units must not exceed 20 mph.
No engine, car or train shall exceed 10 mph over St
Maurice Street crossing, East Loop spur.
Switching movements over all tracks, de Bellefeuille St,
St. Denis St, St Olivier St., and Royale St crossings, West
Loop spur, must be protected by member of crew.
Rule 105 applies.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS GOVERNING MOVEMENTS
ON CAP DE LA MADELEINE SPUR, MILEAGE 85.0
QUEBEC SUB.
Diesel units must not exceed 20 mph.
No engine, car or train shall exceed 10 mph over first
crossing North of freight shed at Cap de la Madeleine,
Mileage 2.18. All switching movements over this crossing
must be protected by member of crew.
Spring switch located at Jet. with Quebec Subdivision at
Cap de la Madeleine. Rule 104A applies.
Engines, cars or trains must not exceed 10 mph over
Des  Erables  Street   crossing,  mileage  0.75   Wayagamack
lead.
All trains must stop at stop sign located on each side of
St  Lawrence  Blvd.  crossing,  mileage  1.25,  Wayagamack
lead before proceeding over crossing.
Rule 105 applies.
L
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TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29. 1972
WESTWARD TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
919
Freight
Daily
2000
2015
2035
2045
2113
2130
2145
2155
2205
2220
2230
Dally
919
83
Freight
Daily
1410
1425
1445
1455
1505
1520
1541
1555
1605
1620
1630
Dally
83
FIRST CLASS
75
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Set.
2200
2209
Dally
ex. Sat.
75
155
Psgr.
Daily
1840
1850
* 1856
1902
1914
1918
1923
1931
1940
1944
1950
1959
2004
Daily
155
25
Psgr.
Daily
1715
1724
Daily
25
629
Psgr.
Mon.
Fri.
1555
1604
Mon.
Fri.
629
153
Psgr.
Daily
1330
1340
*1346
1352
*1404
M408
* 1413
* 1421
M430
1434
1440
1449
1454
Daily
153
616
Psgr.
Daily
1030
1039
Daily
616
151
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sob.
0820
0830
7 0836
0843
P 0856
F 0901
F 0907
P 0916
F 0925
0931
0937
0946
0951
Dally
ex. Sun.
151
21
Pagr.
Dally
0700
0709
Daily
21
159.8
157.7
152.4
146.5
134.3
129.6
125.0
117.5
107.2
102.0
95.0
84.9
82.3
O
QUEBEC
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
CKW
....   QUEBEC    I
2.1
 CADORNA ...
Jet Wolfe's Cove lead
53
...   LORETTE    2
5.9
,    BELAIR    .■
12.2
,. PONT ROUGE  2
_    4.7	
..   ST. BASILS   2
4.6
M
    PORTNEUF    2
 7.5	
   LACHEVROTIERE  Z
10.3
  LA PERADE 	
52
   BATISCAN
7.0
 CHAMPLAIN	
10.1
 CAP DE LA MADELEINE 	
f Jet. Piles Sub. and Cap de la Madelelnel
I Spur
Ol    TROIS  RIVIERES   ..CKWY2
Rule 93A applies
QUEBEC SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
a First class trains may register at Trois Rivieres by register
ticket
Eastward first class trains may register at Quebec by register
ticket
C.P.R. timetable governs on joint track between Cadorna and
Quebec.
Trains originating and terminating at Lorette must register at
Quebec.
Westward trains originating at Lorette must obtain a clearance
at Quebec and may leave Lorette without a clearance.
Sections of Westward first class trains may be created from
Quebec or Lorette but must not be created from Cadorna.
The time of eastward first class trains at Quebec applies at
signal 1594 and the time of westward first class trains applies
at signal 1593. All tracks east of these signals are yard tracks
and Rule 105 applies.
Jet with Piles Subdivision and Cap de la Madeleine Spur at Cap
de la Madeleine—CTC.
Jet. with St Maurice Valley Sub. and with station tracks Trois
Rivieres—Interlocking.
Jet with C.N.R. and Wolfe's Cove lead at Cadorna—Interlocking.
Yard limits Lorette extend between mileage 151.0 and mileage
157.4.
* Trains  152 and  154 will stop at Lorette to detrain revec£j«
passengers from Trois Rivieres and west.
*Trains  153  and  155 will stop at Lorette to entrain revenue
passengers for Trois Rivieres and west
*Train 153 will flag stop at Pont Rouge, St Basile, Portneuf,
Lachevrotiere and LaPerade Sunday only.
Special instruction "C" is not applicable to trains 919 and 920
or to trains consisting exclusively of multi-level auto cars, piggyback cars, passenger cars, mechanical refrigerator cars, container cars, cars loaded with containers, or any combination thereof
and, unless weather or other conditions prevent proper running
inspection, is amended to read 60 miles for other freight trains.
Rule 14L does not apply within the limits of the City of Quebec
between the hours of 2200 and 0700. Western limits extend to St
Sacrement Boulevard crossing, Mileage 156.92.
Account restricted clearance, freight trains must not operate over
main track in front of station building Trois Rivieres.
At Quebec on both inward and outward Freight Shed Tracks,
employees must not ride on top or sides of cars account restricted
clearance.
Switch leading to siding extension East end of siding Lorette is
to be left set for movement from siding to main track. When in
this position yellow light and target will so indicate.
Instructions governing movements on Cap de la Madeleine Spur,
mileage 85.0, appear on page 21.
Continued on Page 23
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
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If
*- T3
CO.—
EASTWARD TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
.
FIRST class
SECOND CLASS
FOURTH
CLASS
I             Train Order
Office Signa
74
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Hon.
628
Psgr.
Mon.
Fri.
20
Psgr.
Daily
152
Psgr.
Dally
ex. Son.
617
Psgr.
Daily
154
Psgr.
Dally
24
Psgr.
Daily
156
Psgr.
Daily
920
Freight
Dally
ex. Son.
60
Freight
Daily
62
Freight
Dally
f H
Yard
17
43
43
46
42
34
0655
0646
1015
1006
1104
1055
1140
1130
* 1124
1118
1107
1103
1058
1630
1621
1640
1630
* 1624
1618
1607
1603
1558
2014
2005
2200
2150
F 2143
2136
F 2124
F 2119
F 2113
2
Cm
z
6
jl
E
.
ec
z
d
e
s
.
U
z
6
■
E
U
z
6
e
1
.
fit
Z
6
0430
0420
0402
0355
0348
0600
0548
0527
0519
0511
1540
1530
1510
1455
1436
1 R
ISA
NU
130
, 43
1050
1041
1037
1031
1022
1017
1550
1541
1537
1531
1522
1517
F 2104
F 2055
2050
2044
2035
2030
0337
0322
0314
0305
0249
0240
0500
0445
0435
0425
0410
0400
1421
1345
1335
1325
1310
1300
IAN
I..T.J 43
42    j
Yard
Irs
Dally
ex. Mon.
74
Mm.
Fri.
628
Dally
20
Dally
ex. Sim.
152
Dally
617
Dally
154
Dally
24
Dally
156
Daily
ex. San.
920
Dally
60
Daily
62
QUEB
EC SU
IBDIVIS
JON F
OOTN
OTES-
— Contvt
vued
ABS—Westward between:
Signal 867 and signal 851.
Eastward between:
£&>   Signal 850 and block end sign mileage 87.4.
£ules 263-273 apply between signals 822, 822b and 824 east of
Trois Rivieres station and signals 01, 03 and 851 east of Cap de la
Madeleine.
Rule 268 applies at switches mileage 82.66, 82.86, 83.03, 83.31
and 83.33, and at electrically locked switch mileage 83.95.
Westward extra trains originating at Cap de la Madeleine may
leave without clearance, Rule 268 applies.
Spring switches located at Jet with Piles Subdivision and with
Cap de la Madeleine Spur at Cap de la Madeleine. Rule 104A
applies.
All movements must not exceed 20 mph between signal 822
and signal 832 at Trois Rivieres.
INTERLOCKING LIMITS—TROIS RIVIERES
WESTWARD—Between signal 825 Quebec Subdivision and
signal 820 Trois Rivieres Subdivision.
EASTWARD—Between signal 820 Trois Rivieres Subdivision
and signal 825 Quebec Subdivision.
Speeds through turnouts and crossovers of interlocking must not
exceed 15 miles per hour.
Telephones for communicating with Operator Trois Rivieres are
located—on Signals 820 and 825, on poles at east and west ends
of station platform track No. 1 and at Cap de la Madeleine—on
Signal 850.
Rules 263-273 apply between signals 1574-1574B-1574C at
Cadorna and signals 1593 and 1593B at Quebec; also between
signals 118 Wolfe's Cove lead and signals 1593-1593 B at Quebec.
Westward signal 1593 is located to the left of the track.
Eastward movements originating at Cadorna may leave without a
clearance, Rule 268 applies.
Special Instruction "D" applies at switches Mileage 157.55,
157.67, 157.73, 157.8, 158.01 and 158.03.
All movements must not exceed 15 m.p.h. between signals 1574-
1574B-1574C-118 at Cadorna and signals 1593-1593B at Quebec.
Movements may be made between Quebec and Cadorna under
Rules 263 and 268. Reverse switching movements may be made
from Quebec Yard up to but not beyond Parent Street, Mileage
158.65, provided Signal 1593 or 1593B indicates proceed. Any
movement proceeding West of Parent Street must not make reverse movement until it has cleared controlling signal either on
Wolfe's Cove lead or at Cadorna, except under flag protection or
as provided by Rule 266.
Trains using Cadorna siding at St. Sacrement Blvd. must communicate with Operator at Quebec from telephone located near
West switch so that route may be properly lined at Cadorna.
Telephones for communicating with operator at Quebec are
located on instrument case near signals 118, 119; on signals 1574
and 1577; on signal 1593 Quebec; on signal case in safety bay in
middle of tunnel, also at diamond crossing with C.N.R. at South
end of tunnel.
Continued on Page 24
 24
TIME TABLE No. 29. OCTOBER 29. 1972
QUEBEC SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES — Continued
INTERLOCKING LIMITS—CADORNA
Between signals 1574-1574B-1574C and signal 201 Wolfe's Cove
lead.
Between signal 1577 and signal 201 Wolfe's Cove lead.
Speeds through turnouts and crossovers of interlocking must not
exceed 15 miles per hour.
When switching movements are being made into tracks located
within limits of Interlocking, the main track switch must always
be left open.
All movements from Cadorna to Wolfe's Cove must pass
through tunnel under full control and then be governed by Signal
200 located to left of track at South end of tunnel.
No engine car or train shall exceed 10 mph over Ste. Therese
Street crossing, Quebec, Mileage 0.22 Wolfe's Cove lead.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 107.15—LaPerade. Members of crew on westward trains
switching, must use manual control.
Mileage 125.07—Ste. Christine Road, Portneuf. Eastward trains
having occupied circuit in excess of one minute,
member of crew must use manual control.
Mileage 129.5 —Delage Road, St. Basile. Westward trains having
occupied circuit in excess of one minute, member
of crew must use manual control.
Mileage 152.37—Lorette. Eastward trains stopping on main track
west of crossover must not exceed 8 mph until
crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 157.69—St Valier Street. All trains switching must use
manual control for movements over crossing.
Mileage 158.97—Dorchester Street
Mileage 159.03—Gosford Street,
Mileage 159.11—Crown Street
•
•
Mileage 159.27—De Lachapelle Street, * . Movements must not
exceed 10 mph from 100 ft. distant on lead or
engine house tracks.
•When a train is required to stop at the above
crossings causing protection to operate, member
of crew must immediately contact gateman by
telephone and follow his instructions.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 117.85—C.N.R. Lachevrotiere. Automatic interlocking.
Timing circuit eastward from mileage 115.91 to
interlocking signal 1178, westward from mileage
120.30 to interlocking signal 1179. Special
instruction "G" applies—6 minutes.
Passenger trains must not exceed 50 mph.
Mileage 155.8
-C.N.R. Automatic interlocking. When necessary
to apply Rule 672 member of crew must first
communicate with Operator, Quebec, unless all
means of communication have failed. Passenger
trains must not exceed 50 mph.
Mileage 2.01
Quebec Yard
■C.N.R.—Wolfe's Cove lead. Controlled by operator, Quebec. Rule 663 and the provisions of
Rule 672 apply. If all means of communication
have failed, southward movements may apply
the provisions of Rule 672 only.
N.R. Wharf track, Ramsey Street Trains will
be governed by instructions posted in manual
control box.
Maximum   speeds   unless   otherwise   restricted—M.P.H.
Passenger Trains (other)        89
Passenger Trains (RDC Units)         90
Permanent Slow Orders
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Mileage
Location
82.3
99.0
101.0
120.0
134.0
142.0
157.0
158.0
157.36
157.69
157.89
159.11
159.76
to 84.0
to 101.0
to 107.0
to 130.0
to 137.0
to 153.0
to 158.0
to 159.8
On curves	
On curves	
On curves	
On curves	
On curves	
On curves	
On curves	
On curves	
Entering or leaving east
end of siding Cadorna 	
Passenger
Trains
50
60
70
50
55
50
15
10
....
10
15
St Valier St
Marie de l'lncarnation
St         15
Crown St.    *15
Henderson St    * 6
Oust east of Palais Stn.)
Freight and' V
Mixed Trains-
50
50
50
15
10
10
15
15
•15
• 6
•Until crossing fully occupied.
Diesel Units
DPA-15,17
Cars
RESTRICTIONS
prohibited on tracks 1, 2, 3, 8 Palais Station,
Quebec and shed tracks 2, 3, 4 at Wolfe's
Cove.
Park cars prohibited on tracks 1, 2, 3, Palais station,
Quebec.
Double Deck cars, .prohibited on tracks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and
10, Palais station, Quebec.
Cars having a height greater than 16 feet from top of rail are
prohibited beneath canopies on Station tracks, Palais Station,
Quebec.
Crane and Auxiliary
414501 and 414502... .prohibited in Palais station train sheds.
 TIME TABLE No. 29. OCTOBER 29. 1972
25
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
FIRST
CLASS
167
Psgr.
Mod.
Wei.
Fri.
CO
co
1900
1903
F 1906
F 1910
S 1918
P 1932
F 1938
S 1944
F 1953
v£,f 1959
F 2003
S 2015
2036
F 2040
F 2047
F 2055
F 2104
S 2117
F 2135
F 2142
F 2154
F 2211
F 2236
2250
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
167
2.5
4.2
7.2
13.3
21.9
26.1
29.1
33.7
37.4
39.6
43.S
STE. AGATHE
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
STE. THERESE
KVWYZ
23
... SAUVE ..
1.7
BOUCHARD
3.0
JANVIER
6.1
JEROME
8.6
.Z
ST.
ST,
YZ
54.7
57.0
60.7
65.0
70.7
80.2
93.4
96.9
103.7
114.6
129.8
138.2
..  SHAWBRIDOE  ..
4.2
 PIEDMONT ....
3.0
MONT ROLLAND   ,
4.6
STB. MARGUERITE
3.7
...  VAL MORIN  ...
22
...  VAL DAVID ...
4.2
.. STE. AGATHE ..
 10.9 	
.Z
   SUMMIT  	
2.3
... ST. FAUSTIN ...
3.7
 MORRISON ....
4.3
 ST. JOVITE	
5.7
MONT TREMBLANT
  9.5 	
.Z
.Z
... LABELLE YZ
13.2
ANNONCIATION ....
US
... LACOSTE	
6.8
NOMININGUE  	
10.9
LAC SAGUAY  	
15.2
.. BARRETTE	
8.4
MONT LAURIER KYZ
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41
and 44 apply.
SR
Yard
AM
13
NU   F
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
164
Psgr.
Tues.
Thur.
S 1145
28
25
28
15
12
Nil
NU
13
12
15
16
Nil
21
NU
26
21
NU
15
NU
26
Yard
1140
1137
1133
1125
172
Sun.
1111
1104
1058
1049
1042
1038
1030
1011
1005
0958
0950
0940
0927
0907
0901
0851
0835
0811
0800
Tees.
Thar.
164
S 2010
2005
F 2002
F 1958
S 1950
FOURTH
CLASS
80
Freight
Dally
ex. Son.
1415
1405
F 1936
F 1929
S 1923
F 1914
F 1907
F 1903
S 1855
1836
F 1830
F 1823
F 1815
F 1805
S 1752
F 1732
F 1726
F 1716
F 1700
F 1636
1625
Sun.
172
1345
1320
1250
1240
1230
1201
1150
1135
1055
1045
1035
1025
1010
30950
-0855
0825
0815
0750
0725
0650
0630
Daily
ex. Sun.
80
STE. AGATHE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Jet. with Lachute and Park Avenue Subdivisions at Ste. Therese—ABS.
Jet. with C.N.R. at mileage 11.7—Non-interlocked.
ABS—Southward between:
Signal 18 and signal 02.
Northward between:
Signal 201 and block end sign mileage 2.50.
Rule 20 of form 582 applies to southward trains Val Morin to Mont
Rolland and to northward trains Summit to Morrison. Special Instruction "L" applies.
Trains must not follow a train carrying passengers until a report has
been received of its departure from or until it is clear in siding at the
station ahead between St Jovite and St Jerome in both directions.
Freight trains may however follow in 30 minutes if the next station
ahead or the station from which they are to follow is not an open
train order office.
STL AGATHE SUBDIVISION
FOOTNOTES *
— Continued
Maximum   speeds   unless
Passenger trains
otherwise   restricted-MJP.H.
other RDC units
Between Ste. Therese and Labelle.   50
Between Labelle and Mont Laurier. 40
50
50
Permanent Slow Orders Passenger Freight and
Mileage Location      Trains Mixed Trains
0.0   to   13.0 On curves       45 —
13.31                Parent Street ...    *10 *10
13.38                Palais Street ...    *10 *10
13.0   to   17.0 On curves       35 —
17.0   to   21.0 On curves       45 —»
21.0   to   24.0 On curves       40 —
29.17        (Southward) over
Public Crossing     *10 *10
24.0   to   38.0 On curves       25 25
38.0   to   39.6       30 —
39.6   to   55.0 On curves       30 —
55.0   to   74.0 On curves       25 25
80.0   to   94.0 On curves       30 —
94.0   to 108.0 On curves       40 —
108.0   to 116.0 On curves       30 —
116.0   to 119.0 On curves       40 —
119.0   to 127.0 On curves       30 —
127.0   to 137.0 On curves       40 —
137.3                 Over bridge ....        5 5
137.7 Over Public
Crossing     *10 *10
137.0   to 138.2 On curves       35 —
* Until crossing fully occupied.
All   movements  over  public  crossing mileage  0.29
Rolland Paper Company track located at mileage 12.78,
must be protected by member of crew.
AUTOMATIC   PROTECTED   PUBLIC CROSSINGS
AT GRADE
Mileage 13.31-
•Parent Ave., St Jerome. Northward
trains stopping or switching between the
north freight shed switch and crossing
and occupying circuit in excess of 90
seconds must use manual control for
movements over crossing.
Mileage 43.6 —Ste. Agathe. Southward trains stopping
at station must not exceed 20 mph until
crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 65.08—St. Jovite. Northward trains which have
stopped within 1500 ft. of crossing, must
not exceed 4 mph until crossing fully
occupied.
Mileage 93.55-
-Annonciation. Northward trains stopping
at Station must not exceed 10 mph until
crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 137.7—Switching movements must be protected
by member of crew.
Switch leading to lead north end of siding Sauve is to
be left set for movement from siding to main track.
When in this position yellow light and target will so
indicate.
Continued on Page 26
 26
TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
STE. AGATHE SUBDIVISION
FOOTNOTES — Continued
Switch leading to north leg of wye south end of storage siding
and switch leading to Eagle Lumber Company lead north end of
storage siding St. Jerome are to be left set for movement from
siding to main track. When in this position yellow lights and
targets will so indicate.
Switches leading to siding extensions North and South ends of
siding Ste. Agathe and north end of siding St. Janvier are to be
left set for movement from siding to main track. When in this
position yellow lights and targets will so indicate.
Account restricted clearance, employees must not ride tops and
sides of engines and cars when switching at Bacman Company,
mileage 136.93.
Account restricted clearance, employees must not ride sides of
cars or engines when switching at unloading ramp on west side of
siding at Lac Saguay, mileage 114.6.
Cars must not be left foul of crossing north of Mont Laurier
station leading to entrance of Bellerive Veneer and Plywood Plant
WESTWARD
TRAINS
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel units
DRS-24 30 mph Bridge 115.0.
DRF-30, DRF-36 10 mph Bridges 67.0,115.0.
Cars
Over 198,000 to 220,000 lbs.
gross weight each  .30 mph   Bridge    115.0.
Over 199,000 to 220,000 lbs., (ore)
gross weight each 20 mph   Bridge     86.3.
Over 225,000 to 263,000 lbs.,
gross weight each 20 mph   Bridge     67.0.
Over 220,000 to 263,000 lbs.,
gross weight each  10 mph    Bridge    115.0.
Crane and auxiliary
100 to 160 ton capacity 10 mph Bridges 67.(>, 115.0.
41440O-2 30 mph Bridge   86.3.
[ 30 mph Bridge   86.3;
•aa .    ~rA .               .... t 10 mph Bridges 67.0, 115.0;
200 to 250 ton capacity    Prohibited Bridge 137.3.
.except 414479, 480, 503, 650.
Crane 414471, 502    5 mph    Bridge 115.0.
Combination Crane - Pile Driver.
30 or 31 ton capacity	
20 mph   Bridge   67.0.
10 mph   Bridge 115.0.
es
.0
1.4
2.2
2.9
3.3
4.8
6.0
6.7
13
WINCHESTER
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
...  MONTREAL   KWZ
2.0
.. WESTMOUNT VXY
2.7
V MONTREAL WEST X
1.4
 SORTIN	
0.8
.   BALLANTYNE    X
0.7
....   LACHINE XY
0.4
..   GROVEHILL    XY
13
o
CB  u
WJ
EASTWARD
TRAINS
7.9
8.7
9.2
10.2
12.1
13.8
15.6
16.6
18.2
18.9
«/l
DORVAL    X
(Jet. C.N.R.)
1.2
PINE BEACH 	
0.7
STRATHMORE   	
0.6
.. VALOIS	
    0.6   	
■Q
..   LAKESIDE   	
0.8
CEDAR   PARK   	
03
POINTE CLAIRE  	
1.0
BEACONSFIELD    X
    1.9   	
   BEAUREPAIRE  	
1.7
    BAIE  D'URFB   	
1.S
V  STB. ANNES   VX
1.0
   BRUCY  	
1.6
   ILE PERROT  ...
0.7
V    VAUDREUIL    VWXY
(Jet. M. & O. Sub.)
Train dispatchers at Smiths Falls
will issue train orders, on request,
between Dorval and Grovehill.
DR
RO
4:
Montreal terminals traffic supervisors will supervise movements
between Dorval and Grovehill.
Train dispatchers at Smith Falls
will supervise train movements and
issue train orders between Vaudreuil
and Dorval.
See Eastern Region timetable for
schedules, special instructions and
footnotes.
Laurentian Division extends to mileage. 20.0.
ti
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS GOVERNING MOVEMENTS ON ST. LIN SPUR MILEAGE 1.67, STE.
AGATHE SUB.
Movements must not exceed 15 mph. Rule 105 applies.
Use extreme caution switching or moving about
Gouin's scrap yard account debris.
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
27
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
■
e
£ •
o> e
tt e
3.5
.0
6.3
11.5
13.0
16.7
27.6
ST. GABRIEL
SUBDIVISION
«*
-2
03    CT
= s
»— •*»
f-O
to
S£
uS5
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
STATIONS
READ
DOWN
6.3
    JOLIETTE    Z
Jet C.N.R.
5.2
    LOURDES   	
so
Yard
24
12
17
18
Yard
READ
UP
13
    ROCH               . Z
	
3.7
   ST. FELIX   Z
10.9
 ST. GABRIEL ...YZ
£	
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
ST. GABRIEL SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
RAILWAY CROSSING AT GRADE
Mileage   7.11—C.N.R. Automatic interlocking. Trains must not
exceed 15 mph approaching approach signal.
Trains must not exceed 30 mph on curve mileage 0.17.
Maximum  speeds unless otherwise restricted—M.P.H.
Passenger trains (Including RDC units) ....        35
Rule 105A does not apply.
•>'
ST. GABRIEL SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
— Continued
No engine, car or train shall exceed 15 mph over crossing
mileage 7.31 and 10 mph over St. Gabriel St. crossing mileage
27.53 until crossing fully occupied.
The position of the switch which connects St. Gabriel Subdivision to the line leading to Joliette station is normal when set
for trains to and from St. Gabriel.
Special Instruction "L" applies to northward trains mileage 27
to St. Gabriel and to southward trains mileage 27 to Lanoraie.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units
DRF-30 and DRF-36 30 mph   Bridge 2.61.
Cars
Over 255,000 to 263,000 lbs.
gross weight each 20 mph   Bridges 2.41,2.61.
Auxiliary Cranes
200 to 250 tons capacity 20 mph   Bridges 2.41, 2.61.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 4.78—Movements on Independent Cement Co. private
track, must stop at stop signs each side of
crossing.
Mileage 16.49 and 16.76—St. Felix. All trains switching must stop
and leave train sufficient distance from signal box
painted yellow so that engine will be in rear of
box when recoupled.
Trains stopping at station must not exceed 5
mph until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 27.53—St. Gabriel Street crossing. Northward and Southward trains must stop at Stop sign before reaching
crossing and may then proceed. Cars must not be
left standing between stop signs and crossing.
Account restricted clearance, employees must not ride tops or
sides of engines and cars when switching at Le Comptoir Avicole,
St. Felix, mileage 16.65.
Movements over crossing on private track leading to Abex
Industries Ltd., Joliette, mileage 6.15, must be protected by
member of crew.
Account restricted clearance, employees must not ride tops of
engines and cars when switching at Firestone Tire and Rubber
Co., mileage 6.99. All trains switching at above plant must not
leave any car on main track between signal 71 C.N.R. Diamond
and switch leading to Plant.
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
ii
.0
1.7
3.2
BUCKINGHAM
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
BUCKINGHAM JCT.  Y
1.7
MURPHY
1.5
BUCKINGHAM
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
BC
So 2
caao
Yard
22
Yard
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
BUCKINGHAM SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum  speeds  unless  otherwise  restricted—M.P.H.
Passenger trains (Including RDC units) ....        25
No engine, car or train shall exceed 10 mph over public crossing
at grade, mileage 3.0, until crossing is fully occupied. All movements over crossing must be protected by member of crew.
All movements over Main Street, Buckingham, mileage 3.97
must be protected by member of crew.
Buckingham Subdivision extends to mileage 4.2 and derail is
installed on main track at mileage 3.33. Rule 104E applies.
 TIME TAIL, No. 2,. OCTOBER 29. 1972
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
■
o
*■— *-
BERTHIERVILLE
SUBDIVISION
B o
1— O
Jfr
o
m
«° Si
oe/a
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
BERTHIERVILLE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Diesel units class DFA, DFB, DP A. and DPB. must not be
operated beyond gates at Melcher's plant at Berthierville.
NO
REGULAR
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
Maximum  speeds  unless  otherwise  restricted—M.PJI.
Passenger Trains (Including RDC units) ....        25
All tracks between Berthier and Berthierville will be considered
TRAINS
STATIONS
within yard limits.
No engine, car or train backing up on Berthierville Subdivision
shall exceed 10 mph over public crossings at grade Mileage 1.07,
Mileage 1.60 and Mileage 2.01 until crossing fully occupied.
No engine, car or train making switching movement to and from
Great Lakes Carbon Corporation's plant shall exceed 6 mph over
Montcalm Street crossing mileage   1.63.  Movements over this
crossing must be protected by member of crew.
READ
DOWN
2.1
.0
..  BERTHIERVILLE  ..
2.1
 BERTHIER Y
	
Yard
NU
READ
UP
Rules 41
and 44 apply.
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
.0
6.7
11.2
20.3
PILES
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
CAP   DE   LA
MADELEINE
6.7
ST. MAURICE
45
ST. NARCISSE
9.1
,   GARNEAU   .
Jet. C.N.R.
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44
 apply.
JU
24
4
Nfl
Yard
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
PILES SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum   speeds   unless   otherwise   restricted—M.P.H.
Passenger Trains (Including RDC units) ....       25
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units
DRS-24, DRF-30, DRF-36 prohibited
All units except DS-6 20 mph . • • .between
Mileage 18.5 and Mileage 18.7.
Crane and Auxiliary
200 to 250 tons capacity  • • • .prohibited
Spring switch located at junction with Quebec Subdivision at
Cap de la Madeleine. Rule 104A applies.
Rule 105A does not apply.
Telephone  for communicating with operator Trois  Rivieres,
located on signal 850 at Cap de la Madeleine.
i
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
.0
9.8
21.1
27.4
ST. MAURICE
VALLEY
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
TROIS RIVIERES ..
CKWYZ
9.8
MARCHAND
11.3
SHAWINIOAN   YZ
6.3
.  GRANDMERE ...Z
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44
apply.
RS
Yard
31
15
Yard
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
ST. MAURICE VALLEY
SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Jet with Trois Rivieres Subdivision and with station tracks
Trois Rivieres—Interlocking.
ABS—Southward between:
Mileage 1.0 to Trois Rivieres.
Northward between:
Signal 02 at Trois Rivieres to block end sign, mileage 1.0.
Maximum  speeds  unless  otherwise   restricted—M.PJL
Passenger Trains (including RDC units) ....       35
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSING AT GRADE
Mileage 82.12—Bonaventure Street, Trois Rivieres. Northward
trains must not exceed 5 mph from dwarf signals
821A, 821B, 821C, 821D until crossing fully occupied.
Trains must not exceed 20 mph on curve mileage 14.81 and
30 mph on other curves.
Diesel units must not exceed 20 mph between mileages 24.65
and 27.4.
Rule 14L does not apply at Pere Marquette Street crossing
mileage 1.53 St Maurice Valley subdivision and Bonaventure
street crossing mileage 82.12 Trois Rivieres subdivision.
Auxiliary Cranes with 200 to 250 tons capacity, except Cranes
Nos. 414479, 480, 503, 650, are prohibited.
Telephones for communicating with Operator Trois Rivieres are
located—on Signals 820 and 825, and on poles at east and west
ends of station platform track No. 1.
Derail located at north end of siding at Marchand. Rule 104B
applies.
Rule 105A does not apply.
 TIME TABLE No. 29. OCTOBER 29. 1972
29
1
NORTHWARD TRAINS-
INFERIOR DIRECTION
■
al
DRUMMONDVILLE
SUBDIVISION
w
I"
sS
o
ta
«o SL
!5S
C9tt9
SOUTHWARD TRAINS-
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD
CLASS
FOURTH
CLASS
77
Freight
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Son.
78
Freight
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
STATIONS
0.0
   KNOWLTON
22
5.3
0600
0615
0647
0704
0720
0738
0755
5.3
9.7
22.0
29.0
34.S
43.4
51.9
POSTFH                RV7
FO
Nil
7
18
3
3
16
Yard
1505
1445
1405
1350
1335
1320
1300
Jet. Sherbrooke Sub.
4.4
   WATERLOO   Z
Jet. CN.R.
12.3
sriTrm POVTYYNT
7.0
PftYTfJN   "PAT T ^
5.8
APTYYNTVAT 17
Jet. C.N.R.
8.6
8.5
....  DRUMMONDVILLE RYZ
Jet. CN.R.
AD
Dally     j
ex. Sat.    ■
and Snn.
77
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sen.
78
DRUMMONDVILLE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage   9.1 —C.N.R.—Non-Interlocked.
Mileage 35.09—C.N.R.—Automatic-Interlocking.   Timing   circuit
^» northward from  mileage  33.84  to  interlocking
signal 349, southward from mileage 35.84 to interlocking signal 350. Special Instruction "G" applies
—6 minutes. Northward trains must not exceed
15 mph at the approach signal south of automatic interlocking. Southward trains must not
exceed 25 mph between mileage 34.74 and 34.94.
Mileage   0.19-
■C.N.R.—Industrial Spur Drummondville — Interlocking. Controlled by CN.R. dispatcher,
Montreal. Movements are restricted to 10 mph
within 1000 feet of interlocking signal. When
signal indicates STOP and after waiting 5 mins.,
member of crew will communicate with dispatcher and be governed by his instructions. If
communications have failed the provisions of
Rule 672 must be applied.
Rule 105A does not apply.
Engine arriving Drummondville on No. 77 must retain all
train orders and may assume schedule of No. 78 and leave
Drummondville without a clearance provided there is no operator
on duty.
Extreme caution must be exercised when switching at Broma
Inc., located north of Drummondville station, mileage 51.94,
between Lindsay and Brock Streets, account canopy erected and
restricted clearance.
All movements oiver crossing mileage 1.39, Drummondville
Industrial Spur, must be protected by member of crew.
No engine car or train shall exceed 10 mph over the following
public crossings at grade:
Mileage   0.03 tail track Knowlton
2.24 Highway Nos. 39 and 52
8.97 Lake Street, Waterloo
51.43 Notre-Dame Street, Drummondville
51.51 St Marcel Street, Drummondville
"       51.59 St. Albert Street, Drummondville
and 15 mph at the following :
Mileage 29.14 Notre-Dame Street, Roxton Falls
29.22 Factory Street, Roxton Falls
until crossing fully occupied.
All trains must come to a stop at the STOP SIGN located each
side of Highway No. 1, mileage 9.12, at Waterloo, St. Joseph
Street, highway No. 22, mileage 51.72 and at mileage 0.9 Industrial Spur at Drummondville. Trains may proceed, after making
stop, when it is known that the protection is operating.
Cars must not be left on siding within 100 ft. on north side
and no cars to be left on south side of station driveway crossing
at Foster.
Rule 14L does not apply within the limits of the City of
Drummondville. The ringing of engine bells is also prohibited
for public crossings at grade within the City of Drummondville.
"City Limit" sign is erected at Fourth Range Road crossing.
Regulation crossing whistle signal (14L) and ringing of engine bell
must be observed for all crossings in the Village of St. Joseph.
Maximum  speeds  unless  otherwise  restricted—M.P.H.
Passenger trains (including R.D.C. units) ...        30
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units
DRS 24, DRF 30 and DRF 36 Prohibited.
Crane and Auxiliary
200 to 250 tons capacity Prohibited.
Except 414479, 480, 503, 650 30 mph on Bridge 30.9,
i
 30
TIME TABLE Ne. 29, OCTOBER 29. 1972
NORTHWARD TRAINS-
INFERIOR DIRECTION
■
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= 1
Sae
LYNDONVILLE
SUBDIVISION
tn
ca
« 5,
-5 S
©•»
_ a>
.5 °
eo —
»— «•"
r-O
mm
O
ca
tl
SOUTHWARD TRAINS-
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
THIRD CLASS
SECOND
CLASS
THIRD
CLASS
FOURTH CLASS
51
Freight
Dally
•I. Sun.
903
Freight
Dally
917
Freight
Daily
904
Freiflht
Dally
52
Freight
Daily
ex. Mon.
50
Freight
Daily
ex. Sn.
STATIONS
0700
0710
0720
0735
1845
1853
1856
1913
63.7
59.8
58.7
50.4
r   WELLS RIVER    RZ
Yard
NU
83
59
1245
1235
1231
1210
0650
0635
0625
0610
<
Jet B AM
3.9
i EAST RYEOATB Z
1.1
BELL   	
8.3
,     INWOOD    	
6.9
0745
2330
2350
0006
0025
0039
0052
0110
1930
1949
2008
2026
2041
2054
2115
433
34.7
27.1
213
14.2
9.0
.0
 ST. JOHNSBURY KZ
Jet St J. & L. C.
O   Q
    LYNDONVELLB    Z
7.6
WEST BURKE
BX
NA
80
87
82
NU
63
84
Yard
1155
1130
1117
1105
1045
1025
1005
1750
1720
1705
1650
1635
1620
1600
0600
5.8
V    SUMMIT    V
7.1
 BARTON Z
5.2
    ORLEANS Z
9.0
    NEWPORT    CKWZ
t             Jet Newport Sub. and Q.C.R.
NP
Sl
Dally
ex. Son.
51
Dally
903
Dally
917
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Dally
904
Dally
ex. Mon.
52
Dally
ex. Sun.
50
LYNDONVILLE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Northward trains originating at White River Jet must obtain
CPR clearance before leaving and may leave Wells River without
obtaining clearance.
CPR Bulletin board is located in B&M yard office at White
River Jet.
Train register at Wells River is located in wayside B&M phone
box near South Wye switch.
Engine arriving Wells River on No. 50 must retain all train
orders and may assume schedule of No. 51 and leave Wells River
without clearance.
B&M rules and time table govern south of south switch of
former siding at Wells River, mileage 63.58.
St. Johnsbury is a register station for trains originating and terminating only.
No. 1 track at St. Johnsbury is the car capacity siding. Rule
105A does not apply.
Jet. with St. J. & L. C. Ry, at St. Johnsbury — ABS.
Unless weather or other conditions prevent proper running
inspection, requirements of Special instruction "C" will be considered complied with by making standing train inspection at or
between St. Johnsbury and Wells River on southward trains and
between St. Johnsbury and or at Summit on northward trains.
Yard limits Newport extend between yard limit sign located
at mileage 2.08 and switch located at mileage 1.8.
All tracks between end of Newport subdivision; Junction switch
with Q.C.R.; and mileage 1.8 are other than main tracks. Rule
105 applies.
Switch at mileage 1.8 is in normal position when set for trains
entering and leaving Newport Yard.
Spring switches located south end Barton, south end Orleans,
north end West Burke, north end Lyndonville and north end St.
Johnsbury. To obtain proceed indication on dwarf signal, unlock
box marked "Push Button", located opposite dwarf signal, and
be governed by instructions posted therein. Rule 104A applies.
ABS—SOUTHWARD continuous from signal 18.
NORTHWARD continuous to Block end sign mileage
I.O.
Trains will run to the right between signals 206 and 217 ai
Summit. North and south ends are equipped with spring switches
and will clear 96 cars. Rule 104A applies. When necessary to
run to the left, protection of Rule 99 for OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY must be provided against opposing movements. Proceed
indication on dwarf signals at either end will be obtained by unlocking box marked "Push Button'* located opposite dwarf signal
and complying with instructions posted therein.
Provided signal indication authorizes, speed of trailing movements through spring switch at north end of Summit, mileage 20.6,
must not exceed 20 mph until leading wheels of movement have
passed through the switch after which speed is to be in accordance
with that authorized by signal indication.
Switch leading to spur at north end of siding at Orleans is to
be left set for movement from siding to main track. When in
this position yellow light and target will so indicate.
Switch leading to aiding extension at north end of siding at
Barton, is to be left set for movement from siding to main track.
When in this position yellow light and target will so indicate.
Overhead bridge at mileage 38.5 is less than standard clearance.
Extreme caution must be exercised when switching at Orleans
Furniture Co., mileage 9.0, French and Bean Co., mileage 38.8
and E.H.V. Industries Inc. mileage 38.9 account restricted
clearance at warehouse door.
Cars on feed store track at Lyndonville will not clear trainman
riding on side of train moving through siding.
Extreme caution must be used when switching at Concord
Woodwork, Lyndonville, account restricted clearance.
Continued on Page 31
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
31
LYNDONVILLE SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES — Continued
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage   8.8 —North Ave. and
Mileage 8.9 —Main St, Orleans. Northward trains switching on
shed track, when finished, will not exceed 10
mph.
Mileage 14.2 —Eastern Ave., Barton. When southward trains take
siding to allow trains to pass, and have switching
to do, and backs train north on main track,
member of crew will see that train is at least
600 feet south of crossing. Northward trains
with switching to do in yard, when finished, will
not exceed 10 mph over crossing.
Mileage 26.95—Depot St. West Burke. Movements except on
main track must be protected by member of crew.
Mileage 58.38—Main St., Newport. Movements are restricted to
(Newport Sub.) 10 mph, and before movement is made, engine-
man must know that gates are in horizontal posi-
^ tion. Whistle signal 14 (h) must be sounded when
making back-up movement.
No train or engine will obstruct any crossing, either public or
farm in the State of Vermont for a longer period than 5 consecutive minutes.
Maximum  speeds  unless  otherwise  restricted—M.P.H.
Passenger trains (Including RDC units) ...        40
Permanent Slow Orders
Mileage
7.0 to   9.0
42.0 to 44.0
Location
On curves
On curves
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
35
35
RESTRICTIONS
Crane and auxiliary
200 to 250 tons capacity
Except
414479, 480, 503, 650
In travel position only on bridges
2.2, 5.9, 6.0 except 414478, 500,
502 prohibited on bridges 2.2, 6.0.
mph  on  bridges   36.7,  47.1,
75.
<  502
20
155.
NORTHWARD TRAINS-
INFERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
\*
81
Freight
Dally
1130
1150
1155
1210
1215
1230
1245
1300
1315
1325
1340
1345
Dally
81
SECOND CLASS
903
Freight
Daily
0240
0300
0305
0318
0322
0337
0346
0410
0432
0441
0451
0453
Dally
903
B
n
« e
58.4
52.7
50.7
44.1
41.6
32.5
27.4
19.4
11.8
6.9
1.0
.0
NEWPORT
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
Jet
 NEWPORT CKWZ
Lyndonville Sub. and Q.C.R.
5.7
....   MAGOWAN   	
2.0
   CENTRE  	
6.6
... NORTH TROY Z
23
.... HIGHWATER	
9.1
....   MISSISQUOI   	
5.1
     RICHFORD     i Z
8.0
   SUTTON   Z
7.6
   WEST BROME 	
4.9
    COWANSVILLE    Z
5.9
    BRIGHAM   	
1.0
     BROOKPORT    Z
Jet. Adirondack and Sherbrooke Subs.
NP
RH
Rule 93A applies.
CDS'
Yard
41
39
39
49
53
92
49
48
43
62
NU
SOUTHWARD TRAINS-
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
904
Freight
Daily
0730
0716
0711
0658
0654
0639
0629
0616
0546
0537
0523
0521
Daily
904
918
Freight
Daily
2000
1940
1933
1921
1915
1900
1850
1835
1820
1811
1802
1800
Daily
918
FOURTH CLASS
80
Freight
Daily
ex. Sun.
1100
1036
1026
1006
0958
0930
S 0915
0750
0730
0720
0705
0700
Dally
ex. Sun.
80
NEWPORT SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES ON PAGE 32
 32
TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
NEWPORT SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
When no operator on duty at Brookport, southward trains may
leave without a clearance, provided train order signal indicates
proceed.
Jet with Adirondack and Sherbrooke subdivisions at Brookport—CTC.
ABS—NORTHWARD—From signal 05 Lyndonville Subdivision to block end sign mileage 55.8 and continuous
from signal 15.
SOUTHWARD—From signal 01 to block end sign
mileage 2.4 and from signal 564 to block end sign
mileage 0.5, Lyndonville Subdivision.
The time of all trains to the Newport Subdivision applies at
the junction switch, Adirondack Subdivision, at Brookport.
At Richford, overhead passageway on H. K. Webster's private
track is less than standard clearance, trainmen must not ride on
top of cars at this point. Also tracks leading to sheds at north
end east side of their plant, clearance restricted between and on
each side of these tracks, in addition to overhead clearance. Trainmen must not ride on sides or tops of cars when switching these
tracks.
Brookport yard limits extend to mileage 1.61.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 7.02—South St., Cowansville. Southward trains switching
or standing must use manual control. Cars or
train must be left North of clearance point of
Bruck Mills switch. Any movements on other
than main track must be protected by member of
crew.
Mileage 27.30—Province St, Richford. Movements except on
main track must be protected by member of Grew.
In addition southward trains leaving any portion
of train north of crossing must use manual
control during switching or while standing. Upon
completion and before proceeding south, crossing
must be protected by member of crew.
Mileage 41.70—Highway 105, High water. Movements except on
main track must be protected by member of crew.
Mileage 50.7
Mileage 58.38-
-Centre. When meeting, southward trains must stop
500 feet north of crossing.
-Main St, Newport. Movements are restricted to
10 mph, and before movement is made, engine-
man must know that gates are in horizontal
position. Whistle signal 14(h) must be sounded
when making back-up movement.
Except when weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection. Special Instruction "C" is amended as follows:—
Freight trains will make one standing train inspection at or
between Farnham and Missisquoi.
Yard limits, Newport, extend between yard limit sign located
at mileage 57.35 and end of Newport subdivision mileage 58.4.
Rule 105A does not apply at Richford.
Extreme caution must be exercised when switching at Moore
Business Forms Ltd., mileage 5.72 account canopy erected and
restricted clearance.
No train or engine will obstruct any crossing either public or
farm in the State of Vermont for a longer period than 5 consecutive minutes.
X
Maximum   speeds   unless   otherwise   restricted—M.P.H.
Passenger trains (Including RDC units) ....        40
Permanent Slow Orders
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Mileage                      Location
All Trains
50.0 to 51.0   On curves	
            35
57.0 to 58.4   On curves	
            15
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units
DRS-24, DRF-30 and DRF-36 30 mph       Bridge 44.3
Cars
Over 245,000 to 263,000 lbs
gross weight each 20 mph       Bridge 44.3
Over 179,000 to 220,000 lbs (ore)
gross weight each 10 mph       Bridge 44.3
Crane and Auxiliary
100 to 160 tons 20 mph on Bridges 5.1, 10.3, 44.3.
f20 mph on Bridges 5.1, 10.3, 16.4, 19.4,
200 to 250 tons {22.5,  44.3.  414471,  502 in Travel  condition only on Bridge 57.8.
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
33
NORTHWARD TRAINS-
INFERIOR DIRECTION
■
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ADIRONDACK
SUBDIVISION
aeS
I"
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«■■—
1—o
*3
B
»— -5
SOUTHWARD TRAINS-
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
41
Psgr.
Daily
213
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
214
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
42
Psgr.
Dally
STATIONS
0725
S 0735
.0
6.3
10.5
12.8
15.4
17.6
19.2
20.0
24.5
27.6
31.2
35.0
36.0
40.7
o
o
tt
M
O
o
u
O
let.]
. BROOKPORT
139
Yard
NU
Nil
Nil
2103
S 2054
Newnnrt and Sherhrnrtlrt*  Snhs
WH
0640
F 0643
P 0645
P 0647
6.3
PARNHAM                       riTWV
1840
F 1831
F 1827
F 1825
Jet.
St. Guillaume Stanbridge Subs.
and C.N.R.
42
STE. BRIGIDE
2.3
VERSAILLES
2.6
. ST   GREGOIRE
2.2
136
NU
Nil
Nil
135
Nil
NU
Nil
S 0651
S 0656
P 0701
1.6
S 1821
s 1818
F 1811
'   -A.......
S 0753
0.8
JH
S 2036
c
Jet CN.R.
43
3.1
F 0711    !
S 0717
S 0720    j
3.6
F 1804
S 1759
S 1756
0815
<
ill
— "*
111
r            3.8
   DELSON   RXYZ
Jet N.J.R. and C.N.R.
1.0
JU
2021
0821
0850
F 0728
0750
ADIRONDACK JCT.   XY
Jet Pen-Cen. Rly.
WJ
N55
S55
Yard
F 1750
1731
2013
1950
■.
Daily
41
Daily     j
ex. Sat.
and Son.
213
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
214
Daily
42
u
ADIRONDACK SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES ON PAGES 34 AND 35
SEE PAGES 6-7-8 AND 9 FOR TIMES BETWEEN ADIRONDACK JCT. AND MONTREAL
 34
TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29. 1972
ADIRONDACK SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
The time of all trains to the Sherbrooke and Newport Subdivisions applies at the junction switch at Brookport.
All trains except trains originating and terminating may register
at Farnham by register ticket
N. J. trains may register at Delson by register ticket
Delson is register station for N. J. trains only.
When no operator on duty at Brookport, Northward trains may
leave without a clearance provided train order signal indicates
proceed. Rule 83E applies.
All trains may leave Adirondack Jet without clearance.
Trains between Adirondack Jet, St Luc and Montreal will be
governed by Montreal Terminals schedules and footnotes pages 6
to 13 inclusive. Times at Adirondack Jet. and Montreal are for
information only.
Rules 263-273 apply between signal 01 Newport subdivision,
signal 1255 Sherbrooke subdivision and signals 330 and 330b
Adirondack subdivision. Exception to Rule 514 does not apply
in this territory.
End of TWO TRACKS at mileage 33.0—C.T.C.
Rules 251—257 apply on northward and southward tracks
between mileage 33.0 and mileage 38.3.
Seaway interlocking limits extend southward to mileage 38.3.
Jet with Seaway spur, mileage 38.3—Interlocking.
Following signals located to left of trade they govern:—
Southward
34
48
226
252
298
314
Northward
17
97
123
151
183
283
Special Instruction "D" applies at the following switches:
Mileage 10.70—Ste. Brigide.
Mileage 12.85—Versailles.
Mileage 19.02—Iberville.*
Mileage 20.0, 20.24, 20.44, 21.01, 21.62 and 21.69—St Johns.
Mileage 31.05 and 31.34—St. Philippe.
*Spur track switch mileage 19.02 is spiked and must not be used
except by authority of the train dispatcher.
Rule  268   applies  at  the  following  electrically  locked  hand
operated switches:
Mileage 19.2
Mileage 19.9
Mileage 20.6
Mileage 38.37.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 5.5 —Main St, Farnham. Manual controls are located
on either side. All yard movements are manually
controlled except northward movements from
siding into No. 5 lead. Crews must use manual
control and know that gates are in horizontal
position before movements proceed over crossing.
Timing circuit of 60 seconds is provided forV
southward trains occupying siding track north of
crossing. After time has elapsed manual controls
must be used and gates known to be in horizontal
position before movements proceed. Movements
over siding track between 300 ft north and 300
ft south are restricted to 5 mph, and no cars
or engines are to be left within this area.
Mileage 6.19—St Louis St, Farnham. Timing circuits are provided for main track movements on approach
circuits between 1200 ft south and 1400 ft north
of crossing. Movements occupying these circuits
in excess of 3 minutes are restricted to 5 mph
before proceeding over crossing. All siding and
southward yard movements, from siding and
Stanbridge sub. over crossing, must not exceed
5 mph. Northward yard movements to the siding
and Stanbridge sub. and yard movements in both
directions, on town and freight shed tracks, are
manually controlled. Movements must not proceed
until gates are in the horizontal position. If
movement is not made, manual control must be
used to clear gates. When switching shed tracks
manual control located on bungalow must be
used. Stop signs are erected each side of crossing J
on C.N.R. Movements must be brought to a full
stop within these signs and not proceed until
gates are in horizontal position.
Mileage 20.17—Mercier St., St Johns. Movements on back tracks
over this crossing must be manually controlled
by member of crew. Rule 103, paragraph 9
applies.
Mileage 34.43—Tortue Road and
Mileage 34.58—Main St, Delson. Manual control located 8 poles
north of milepost 34. Northward trains switching
or standing and unable to clear these crossings
must stop south of brick yard crossing in order
to allow gates to clear. After movement has
returned to standing portion of train, member
of crew must use manual control to place crossing
protection back in operation.
Rule 103, paragraph 8, applies over Normandie Blvd. crossing,
mileage 6.88 on siding at Farnham and also at mileage 17.76 on
siding at Iberville Jet.
Continued on Page 35
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
35
ADIRONDACK SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES — Continued
Drawbridge at mileage 19.8 — Interlocking. Controlled by
bridgetender. Rule 663 applies. Telephones located on signals 197
and 200.
Jet. with NJ.Ry. at Delson—Interlocking.
Jet with St. Guillaume sub. at Farnham—CTC.
Jet. with Newport and Sherbrooke subs, at Brookport—CTC.
INTERLOCKING LIMITS—DELSON
SOUTHWARD—Between signals 352-352B and signals 349-
349B-signal 351 on N.J. Railway.
NORTHWARD—Between signals 349-349B-signal 351 on N.J.
j-Slilway and signals 352-352B.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE.
Mileage 20.84—C.N.R.— Automatic interlocking. Rule 264 does
not apply. When applying Rule 672 movements
must proceed at restricted speed to the next
signal. Timing circuit Northward from mileage
20.10 to interlocking signal 207—8 minutes;
Southward from mileage 24.0 to interlocking
signal 210—10 minutes. Special instruction G
applies.
Mileage 35.02—C.N.R.—Interlocking. Controlled by dispatcher
at Sherbrooke. Passenger trains must not exceed
50 mph. When interlocking signal indicates
STOP member of crew will communicate with
dispatcher and be governed by his instructions.
If communications have failed Rule 104B and
the provisions of Rule 672 must be applied except wait 5 minutes before proceeding at restricted speed to the next signal.
Dispatchers telephones located on signals 349 and
352 for CPR. Signal 351 for NJ and signals 176
J* and 177 for CNR.
rr
All movements over crossings milleage 0.73 and Highway 9C,
Seaway Spur, must come to a stop before reaching crossings and
know that protection signals are operating as intended before proceeding. If protection signals not operating, crossings must be
protected by member of crew.
Equipment with built-in markers equipped to display only
yellow or red to the rear will, when necessary display yellow
instead of green to comply with Rule 19.
Cars spotted on team track south of Jacques Cartier street, St
Johns, must be kept back 50 feet from street line at the said
crossing.
Yard limits Delson extend between mileage 33.83 and mileage
36.44.
Maximum  speeds  unless  otherwise  restricted—M.P.H.
Passenger trains (other) ....
Passenger trains (RDC units)
Permanent Slow Orders
89
90
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Mileage
Location
Passenger
Trains
0.0 to   5.0 On curves  60
5.0 to   5.5 On curves  30
5.5 to   6.7   20
6.7 to   7.0 On curves  60
18.0 to 19.8 On curves  55
19.8 to 20.3 On crossings    *10
20.3 to 21.0 On curves  55
35.02 Railway crossing  50
Freight and
Mixed Trains
30
20
*10
35
* Until crossing fully occupied.
Special Instructions "A" and "C" are not applicable to trains
consisting exclusively of multi-level auto cars, piggy-back cars,
passenger cars, mechanical refrigerator cars, container cars, cars
loaded with containers, or any combination thereof. These trains
will be governed by speed restrictions for passenger trains but
must not exceed 35 mph over railway crossings at grade mileage
20.84 and 35.02, and 60 mph at any other point.
Except when weather or other conditions prevent proper running
inspection, Special Instruction "C" is not applicable to trains
to or from Newport except as prescribed by Newport Sub. footnotes. All trains to or from Sherbrooke Sub. will make standing
train inspection at Farnham unless otherwise provided.
 36
TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29. 1972
WESTWARD TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD
CLASS
913
Freight
Daily
ex. Sun.
1600
1605
1615
1825
1646
1700
1710
1716
1724
1730
1740
1750
1800
Dally
•i. Sn.
913
SECOND CLASS
981
Freight
Dally
ex. Mon.
1600
1615
1625
1636
1646
1705
1717
1726
1735
1743
1752
1803
1813
1818
1828
1905
1910
1920
1930
1941
1953
2003
2009
2017
2023
2033
2043
2050
Dally
ex. Mon.
981
949
Freight
Dally
1025
1040
1050
1101
1111
1122
1134
1143
1152
1200
1209
1220
1230
1235
1245
1320
1324
1332
1340
1351
1408
1416
1422
1430
1436
1448
1458
1505
Dally
949
947
Freight
Dally
0600
0609
0616
0626
0634
0643
0654
0701
0709
0717
0726
0737
0747
0752
0802
0815
0820
0828
0836
0847
0901
0909
0915
0923
0931
0943
0953
1000
FIRST CLASS
Dally
947
41
Psgr.
Daily
0400
0409
0414
0423
0430
7 0437
0447
0452
0500
0507
7 0515
0525
0535
0541
0548
0555
* 0605
0609
0614
0620
7 0630
0641
0648
0652
P 0658
0703
P 0710
P 0718
0725
Dally
41
4A
8.4
14.8
19.7
25.0
30.2
33.7
38.3
42.4
47.4
52.1
58.2
60.7
65.4
683
70.6
75.3
80.4
86.8
92.7
97.3
100.9
105.6
109.1
114.2
121.6
125.6
SHERBROOKE
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
V MEGANTIC  ,
Jet Q.C.R.
4A
    GLEN  RIVER
4.0
   NANTES  ..
6A
 MILAN ..
4.9
    SPRUCE   ..
53
CKVWYZ
SCOTSTOWN Z
52
..   GOULD   	
23
LONG SWAMP	
4.6
    BURY   	
4.1
...... ROSS	
5.0
.. COOKSHIRE ...
Jet. Sawyerville Sub.
4.7
.V.
... BIRCHTON ...
6.1
..   JOHNVILLE   ..
23
  RACEY 	
4.7
. LENNOXVILLE .
Jet C.N.R. A Q.C.R.
3.1
.   SHERBROOKE   .
Jet. Q.C.R.
2.1
.CKVWZ
.   LANDERS   ..
4.7
ROCK FOREST
5.1
..  SHANKS  ...
« 5.
5*5
GC
CN
HO
6.4
MAGOG   Z
5.9	
MOUNT ORFORD
4.6
....   EASTRAY   ..
3.6
SOUTH STUKELY
4.1.
   FOSTER   RYZ
Jet Drummondville Sub.
$3
    FULFORD   	
S.1
   BROMONT  	
   ADAMSVILLE  	
4.0
 BROOKPORT Z
Jet. Adirondack and Newport Subs.
Rule 93A applies.
FO
SHERBROOKE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
u 5
a-?ei
Yard
43
106
50
37
57
122
45
3*
110
43
V
115
50
101
31
52
89
68
104
58
90
46
52
li%(
47
105
40
Nil
Sherbrooke and Foster are register stations for trains originating
and terminating only.
Jet.  with Q.C.R.  at Megantic and with Sawyerville sub.  at
Cookshire—ABS.
Jet. with Q.C.R. at Sherbrooke, with Adirondack and Newport
subs at Brookport—CTC.
ABS—Westward-
-From Megantic to block end sign mileage 3.2.
From signal 461 to block end sign mileage 48.3.
From signal 651 to block end sign mileage 74.0.
Continuous from signal 1241 to Brookport
Eastward—From signal 1255 at Brookport to block end
sign mileage 123.2.
From signal 730 to block end sign mileage 64.5.
From signal 482 to block end sign mileage 46.0.
From signal 24 to Megantic.
Eastward signals 08 and 02 at Megantic are station protection
signals.
Eastward signals 694-688 and Westward signal 687 at Sherbrooke are station protection signals.
Following signal located to left of track it governs, 1241.
Special Instruction "D" applies at switch mileage 66.5.
Continued on Page 37
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29. 1972
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SUBDIVISION
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EASTWARD TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
SECOND CLASS
FOURTH CLASS
42
Psgr.
Dally
952
Freight
Dally
908
Freight
Dally
914
Freight
Daily
ex. Sun.
70
Freight
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
72
Freight
Dally
74
Freight
Dafiy
76
m
mt
9
STATIONS
Freight
Dafiy
.0
V.... MEGANTIC CKVWYZ
Jet Q.CJL
4.4
GC
Yard
43
106
50
37
0030
0022
!    0016
0008
2359
0650
0633
0616
0558
0548
1810
1756
1744
1728
1716
1240
1230
1220
1205
1158
2005
1954
1947
1937
1925
0230
0220
0213
0202
0154
4.4
8.4
4.0
   NANTES	
14.8
6.4
19.7
*•*
53
25.0
 SCOTSTOWN Z
52
57
122
45
38
110
43
P 2351
2342
2336
2330
2324
P 2315
0538
j   0525
0515
0500
0437
0425
1705
1650
1641
1632
1623
1612
1148
1134
1120
1110
1059
1050
1913
1903
1855
1845
1834
1825
0143
0133
0123
0113
0102
0053
30.2
33.7
33
4.6
35£
4.1
47.4
5.0
 COOKSHIRE Z
Jet Sawyerville Sub.
CN
52.1
.... BIRCHTON
115
50
101
31
52
2308
2259
2255
2245
2240
S 2230
0413
0400
0350
0335
0315
1603
1550
1540
1530
1520
1040
1025
1018
1010
1000
1803
1725
1718
1710
1700
0039
0025
0018
58.2
6.1
JOHNVTLT R
60.7
2.5
RACEY
65.4
4.7
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89
68
104
58
2223
2217
2211
P 2202
0300
0251
0239
0227
1447
1439
1431
1420
0130
0121
0109
0057
0947
0940
0932
0920
1647
1640
1625
1600
2327
75.3
1                   4.7
 ROCK FOREST	
5.1
   SHANKS
2320
80.4
2311
86.8
6.4
MAonn               7
G
2300
59
92.7
4.6
90
46
52
2150
2140
2135
0215
0205
0156
1408
1340
1331
0045
0035
0026
0901
0843
0836
1545
1534
1526
2245
2234
2226
97.3
100.9
3.6
4.7
\Kp %
   FOSTER           RYZ
FO
114
47
105
40
NU
P 2129
2124
P 2117
P 2108
2103
0143
0133
0122
0108
0100
1318
1308
1257
1243
1235
0013
0003
2352
2338    |
2331
0330
0318
0305
0250
0240
0829
0818
0805
0750
0740
1516
1505
1448
1410
1400
2215
2203
2150
2135
2125
109.1
114 5
Jet. Drummondville Sub.
3.5
5.1
BROMONT
121 fi
1A
125.6
4.0
 BROOKPORT Z
Jet Adirondack and
Newport Subs.
	
Rule 93A applies.
Dally
42
Dally
952
Dally
908
Dally
ex. Sat.
914
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
70
Dally
72
Dally
74
Dally
76
SHERBROOKE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES — Continued
When no operator on duty at Brookport, eastward trains may
leave without a clearance provided train order signal indicates
proceed. Rule 83E applies.
All switching movements over crossings at Belvedere, King and
Marquette Streets, Sherbrooke, must be protected by member of
crew.
Spring switch at mileage 69.3, west end Sherbrooke yard. Before
trains leave south side of yard, movement must be stopped clear
of stop sign located near indicators, and be governed by instructions inside of box marked "Push button" located on block
indicator. Rule 104A applies.
No. 4 track at Sherbrooke is th& car capacity siding. Rule
105A does not apply.
When trains meet at Landers and eastward train is holding main
track, it must stop west of Quatre-Pins crossing, mileage 70.39 and
switch must be opened in order to give westward train an approach
indication on signal 693 at Sherbrooke.
The time of all trains to the Sherbrooke subdivision applies
at the junction switch, Adirondack subdivision at Brookport.
Mileage   0.28—Frontenac St., Megantic. All switching movements
must be protected by member of crew.
 38
TIME TABLE No. 29. OCTOBER 29. 1972
SHERBROOKE SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES — Continued
Rules 263 to 273 apply between signal 659 west of Lennoxville,
signal 443 on C.N.R. governing trains to C.P.R. at Lennoxville
and signals 684 and 684B east of Sherbrooke Station.
Movements may be made between Sherbrooke and Lennoxville under Rules 263 to 273 without obtaining a clearance. Reverse switching movements to Sherbrooke may be made without
clearing control signals at Lennoxville only under flag protection,
or as provided by Rule 266, or when movement has not cleared
beyond signal 670 and signal 683 indicates proceed.
Switch leading to Fairbanks lead, mileage 68.1, equipped with
electric switch lock operated from Sherbrooke. Rule 268 applies.
RAILWAY CROSSING AT GRADE
Mileage 65.97-
-C.N.R.—Interlocking. Controlled by dispatcher at
Sherbrooke. Rule 264 applies.
When all means of communication have failed —
WESTWARD movements MUST NOT proceed
until authorized.
EASTWARD movements must be governed by
Rule 104B and the provisions of Rule 672 except wait 5 minutes before proceeding at restricted
speed to the block end sign.
Telephones for communicating with Dispatcher
are located on signals 659 and 662.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 24.68—Scots town. Eastward trains standing or switching
between Scotstown station and this crossing must
not exceed 20 mph until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 65.39—College St., Lennoxville. Movements on interchange track must use manual control before
occupying crossing.
Mileage 92.7 —Mount Orford. Westward train meeting at that
point must stop 500 ft east of crossing, and
when ready to proceed must not exceed 15 mph
until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 122.0—Westward passenger trains must not exceed 80
mph from mileage 121.5 until crossing fully occupied.
Switch leading to Spur at west end of siding at Scotstown is
to be left set for movement from siding to main track. When in
this position yellow light and target will so indicate.
Switch leading to Spur at east end of siding at Cookshire is to
be left set for movement from siding to main track. When in this
position yellow light and target will so indicate.
Rule 14L does not apply within the limits of the City of Sherbrooke between the hours of 2200 and 0700 except at Quatre-
Pins crossing, mileage 70.39. The ringing of engine bell is also
prohibited for public crossings at grade within the limits of the
City of Sherbrooke between the hours of 2200 and 0700 except
at Quatre-Pins crossing, mileage 70.39. Westward limit is mileage
72.05. Eastward limit is mileage 67.38.
Maximum   speeds  unless  otherwise   restricted—M.P.H.
Passenger trains (other)          89
Passenger trains (RDC units)          90
Permanent Slow Orders
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Mileage
0.28
0.0
1.0
3.0
9.0
10.0
22.0
25.0
26.0
30.0
34.0
38.0
39.0
46.0
51.0
57.0
61.0
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
1.0
3.0
9.0
10.0
22.0
25.0
26.0
30.0
34.0
38.0
39.0
46.0
51.0
57.0
61.0
64.0
Location
Frontenac
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
Street
Passenger
Trains
*10
40
45
50
40
50
45
35
45
50
45
40
45
40
50
45
35
Freight and
Mixed Trains
*10
40
40
35
0.23 Q.C.R. Connection
Alexander Street
*25
to
to
to
to
64.0
70.0
79.0
85.0
86.82
86.82 to
88.0   to
93.0
95.0
102.0
105.0
106.0
109.0
114.0
125.0
Sherbrooke Yard
King
70.0
79.0
85.0
86.82
Street   *10
On curves  40
On curves  55
On curves  60
On curves  40
Lake Street  *10
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
88.0
93.0
95.0
102.0
105.0
106.0
109.0
114.0
125.0
125.6
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
On curves
40
45
40
50
45
40
45
50
70
55
40
40
35
*25
*10
40
40
*10
40
40
40
i-
*Until crossing fully occupied.
To avoid excessive blocking of Victoria Street crossing mileage
0.82 at Megantic, Eastward freight trains, except No. 952, will
stop west of this crossing until authorized to yard train.
Yard limits Sherbrooke extend between mileage 64.70 and
mileage 72.0.
The time of No. 70 at Foster applies at the west wye switch.
Special Instructions "A" and "C" are not applicable to trains
consisting exclusively of multi-level auto cars, piggy-back cars,
passenger cars, mechanical refrigerator cars, container cars, cars
loaded with containers, or any combination thereof. These trains
will be governed by speed restrictions for passenger trains but
must not exceed 65 mph at any point.
Except when weather or other conditions prevent proper
running inspection, Special Instruction "C" will be considered
complied with by other trains by making one standing train
inspection at or between Magog and Cookshire.
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29. 1972
39
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
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B
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SAWYERVILLE
SUBDIVISION
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— 4
■
Sss
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
SAWYERVILLE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum  speeds   unless   otherwise   restricted—M.P.H.
Passenger trains (Including RDC units) ....        25
Trains must not exceed : 20 mph between mileage 6.26 and 7.0.
10 mph over crossing mileage 6.98.
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
STATIONS
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSING AT GRADE
Mileage   0.01—Main St., Cookshire.
Movements over this crossing must not exceed
5 mph southward and 10 mph northward until
READ
DOWN
6.1
.0
    SAWYERS
6.7
    COOKS!
Jet. Sherbro*
OTUA   	
NU
NU
READ
UP
crossing fully occupied.
1IRE  ....RZ
3ke Sub.
CN
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
DRS-24, DRF-30 and DRF-36          prohibited.
Crane and Auxiliary
200 and 250 tons capacity I10 ™$ .   bridge H
f     j                (prohibited   Bndge 5.2
T\
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
■
CO
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STANBRIDGE
SUBDIVISION
ao
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"3
■
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SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
STATIONS
READ
DOWN
13.8
11.5
.0
STANBRIDC
23
.   BEDFORD
11.5
IRNHAM ..
zt. Adirondack
t. Guillaume S
ffi Y
NU
Nil
Yard
READ
UP
.... F^
1
S
CKWXYZ
and
ubs.
WH
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
STANBRIDGE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 6.19—Adirondack sub., St Louis St., Farnham. Timing
circuits are provided for main track movements
on approach circuits between 1200 ft. south and
1400 ft. north of crossing. Movements occupying
these circuits in excess of 3 minutes are restricted
to 5 mph before proceeding over crossing. All
siding and southward yard movements, from
siding and Stanbridge sub. over crossing, must
not exceed 5 mph. Northward yard movements
to the siding and Stanbridge sub. and yard movements in both directions on town and freight
shed tracks, are manually controlled. Movements
must not proceed until gates are in the horizontal
position. If movement is not made, manual
control located on bungalow must be used.
Stop signs are erected each side of crossing on
C.N.R. Movements must be brought to a full stop
within these signs and not proceed until gates are
in horizontal position.
Mileage   0.10—Jacques Cartier St., Farnham. Movements must
not exceed 20 mph until crossing fully occupied.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units
All except HS-5   Between mileage 12.59 and
13.22   20 mph
DRS-24, DRF-30, DRF-36 on Bridges 3.4, 11.3  10 mph
DFA-16b. c, g, DFB-16d prohibited between mileage 12.59 and
13.22.
Cars
Over 220,000 to 263,000 lb gross
weight each 20 mph on Bridges 3.4, 11.3.
Crane and Auxiliary
23Vi to 75 tons capacity 30 mph on Bridge 3.4.
100 to 160 tons capacity {,J °$ £ jgjg }£
200 to 250 tons capacity prohibited.
Combination Crane-Pile Driver
30 or 31 tons capacity 20 mph on Bridges 3.4, 11.3.
Maximum  speeds  unless  otherwise  restricted—M.P.H.
Passenger trains (including RDC Units) ....        30
 40
TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
NORTHWARD TRAINS-
INFERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD CLASS
85
Freight
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
0600
0605
0618
0645
0710
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
85
-2E
SaT "
.0
0.2
5.6
16.4
24.7
26.4
46.7
ST. GUILLAUME
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
...  FARNHAM CKWXY
Jet. Adirondack Sub.
02
 MEIGS Z
Jet. C.N.R.
5A
.. CANROBERT	
10.8
    ST.  PIE    Z
S3    	
, ST. HYACINTHE RZ
1.7
STE. ROSALIE JCT. Y
Jet. C.N.R.
20.3
ST. GUILLAUME YZ
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
WH
Js
•52
*»55
Yard
NU
14
Nfl
15
14
NU
SOUTHWARD TRAINS-
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
86
Freight
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
1100
1055
1043
1020
1000
Dally
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
86
ST. GUILLAUME SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Rule 105A does not apply.
St. Hyacinthe is register station for trains originating and
terminating only.
Yard limits St Hyacinthe, extend to mileage 28.0.
Engine arriving St. Hyacinthe on No. 85 must retain all train
orders and may assume schedule of No. 86 and leave St Hyacinthe
without a clearance.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 11.5 —C.N.R. — Automatic interlocking. Timing circuit
1300 ft south of interlocking signal, Special
instruction "G" applies — 2 minutes. Movements
are restricted to 15 mph within 500 ft of
interlocking signal.
Mileage 26.4 —C.N.R. Interlocking. Controlled by C.N.R.
Operator at St Hyacinthe. Movements are restricted to 10 mph within 500 feet of interlocking signals. When interlocking signal indicates STOP member of crew will communicate
with operator and be governed by his instructions. If communications have failed the provisions of Rule 672 must be applied except wait
5 minutes.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage   0.25 — Main St,  Farnham.  Movements  restricted to
10 mph until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 16.5 —St Francois St., St Pie. Movements restricted
to 20 mph until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 26.74 — Northward movements must not exceed 20 mph
until crossing fully occupied.
Jet. with C.N.R. Meigs — normal position of switch is for
CPR movements.
Jet with Adirondack sub. — Farnham — CTC.
All southward trains must stop clear of Jet switch at Meigs
and proceed only after communicating with Farnham Yard Office.
All trains and engines must obtain permission from train
dispatcher before fouling main trade switches including south leg
of wye, Adirondack subdivision at Farnham. Telephones located
on poles near switches. Rule 268 applies.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted — M.P.H.
Passenger trains (including R.D.C. Units) ...    30
Trains must not exceed 10 mph between mileage 16.0 and 16.4.
Trains must not exceed 10 mph on curves between mileage 31.7
and 32.0.
All movements over crossing mileage 33.04 must come to a
stop and be protected by a member of the crew before proceeding
over this crossing.
Mileage 40.88 — Southward trains must not exceed 10 mph until
crossing fully occupied.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units
All (except HS5 and Rail Diesel
Car)    20 mph
DS6, 8, 9, 10, 12 and SB10   10 mph on Bridge 16.17.
DRS-24, DRF-30, DRF-36   prohibited
DFA16b, c, g, DFB-16d, prohibited beyond mileage 27.9.
Cars
Over 198,000 to 220,000 lb gross
weight each  20 mph on Bridges 16.17,34.2.
Over 220,000 to 263,000 lb gross     f20 mph on Bridge 0.3. ^
weieht each {10 mph on Bridges 16.17,   V.
Over 189,000 to 220,000 lb (ore)     (.16.18, 24.1, 34.2, 37.9.
gross weight each 20 mph on Bridges 0.3, 24.1.
Over 152,000 to 220,000 lb (ore)
gross weight each 30 mph on Bridge 16.17 when
separated by two cars not
^      Mm greater   than   177,000   lb
Over 176,000 to 220,000 lb (ore) each.
gross weight each 10 mph on Bridge 37.9.
Crane and Auxiliary
23*4 to 75 tons capacity ...  20 mph on Bridges 0.3, 16.17,
24.1, 37.9.
flO mph onBridges 16.17, 16.18,
100 tons capacity \      24.1, 34.2, 375.
I 5 mph on Bridge 0.3.
[Prohibited on Bridges 0.3, 16.17,
150 to 160 tons capacity ...\      16.18, 24.1, 375.
[10 mph on Bridge 34.2.
200 to 250 tons capacity ... prohibited.
Combination Crane-Pile Driver
25 tons capacity     20 mph on Bridges 0.3, 16.17,
24.1, 37.9.
flO mph on Bridges 03, 16.17.
30 or 31 tons capacity   ....-{20 mph on Bridges 16.18, 24.1,
I     34.2, 37.9.
Pile Driver
400043     20 mph on Bridges 0.3, 16.17.
24.1, 375.
 1
riME
TABLE No. 29. OCTOBER 29, 1972                                                       41
TRING SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
All tracks east of Wye switch, mileage 58.44, at Megantic are
other than main tracks. Rule 105 applies. The position of this
switch is normal when set for North leg oi wye.
Trains must not make movements on to C.P.R. main track at
Megantic without authority of Yardmaster or Operator.
Rule 105 A does not apply.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units
All units except HS-5     Mile 15.2 to 27.5     20 mph
DFA-16b, c, g, DFB-16d prohibited mileage 15.2 to 27.5.
DmdDBM63°          }on BridSes 96» 360' 54-°  • •  2° m*h
Cars
WESTWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
B  .
5£
TRING
SUBDIVISION
M
1
■S.i
_ •
JS £2
a— ••"
l-O
f
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EASTWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
STATIONS
READ   i
DOWN
59.1
453
40.8
32.0
23.9
9.9
.0
   MEGANTIC CKWYZ
GC
Yard
9
5
29
13
18
Yard
READ
UP
Over 232,000 to 263,000 lb. gross weight each
Jet CP Jt
13.6
 ST. SAMITRT.	
Over 200,000 to 220,000 lb. (ore) gross weight each
4.7
on Bridges 32.0, 42.7 and 54.0 30 mph
Crane and Auxiliary
100 to 160 tons capacity 20 mph on Bridges 9.6, 32.0, 36.0, 54.0,
i?v~A~t iU/<AAo          J 20 mph Bridges 15.6, 32.0.
Except 414400-2 ....|10 ^ Bridg«s 96'36XK 42.7> 54.0
8.8
...  COURCBLLES   Z
8.1
	
14.0
9.9
    TRING  JCT.   ..RYZ
NA
200 to 250 tons capacity prohibited on Bridges 3.3, 28.5, 47.8, 48.4.
except 414479 ^| ^ mph             Bridge 15 6
ZfX M0 mph Bridges 9.6, 32.0, 36.0,
vii                                    42 7   54 0
Jet. Vallee Sub.
/—
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
650 J                                       '
Combination Crane—Pile Driver
30 or 31 ton capacity .. 20 mph .... on Bridges 9.6, 42.7.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted — M.P.H.
Passenger trains (including RDC Units) ....     25
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders                         Miles per Hour
Mileage                  Location                                 All Trains
42.7                        Bridge            15
Engines and cars must not be moved closer than 30 feet from
bridge over roadway near quarry on Lacombe track, mileage 43.4,
serving Granite Bussiere Inc.
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
© o
•s
— 9
33
H      LEVIS
SUBDIVISION
in
5
ml ■»
■ 8
"55"
a_ mm
H-O
■fr
u
0 60
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
LEVIS SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
C.N.R. Time Table governs between Harlaka and Pointe Levis.
^Kjio
REGULAR
TRAINS
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
!         Southward trains may leave Harlaka without clearance.
Rule 105A does not apply.
Trains must not exceed 25 mph approaching Trans-Canada
Highway mileage 26.88, until crossing fully occupied.
Railway Crossing at Grade.
Mileage 21.6—C.N.R. Automatic Interlocking. Trains must not
exceed 10 mph approaching.
STATIONS
READ
DOWN
.0
6.0
11.4
18.7
21.6
273
32.0
32.8
 SCOTTS JCT.  ..RYZ
SO
Yard
17
16
13
NU
NO
READ
UP
Jet Vallee Sub.
6.0
.. STE. HENEDINE ... .Z
5.4
....  ST. ANSELME  	
RESTRICTIONS
Cars
13
ST.  TTRNRI  VILLAGE   ..
Over 212,000 to 220,000 lb. gross weight (ore)
2.9
     CARRIER    	
mt
Z
d
>
5.9
f.  HARLAKA ....RYZ
Jet. CN JL
43
0.8
NY
Crane and Auxiliary
200 to 250 tons capacity on Bridge 11.0  20 mph.
Prohibited on Bridges 0.96, 20.5.
Except 414479, 480, 503, 650.
u
_
Rule 93A applies.
Rides 41 and 44 apply
between Scotts Jet
and Harlaka.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted — M.P.H.
Passenger trains (including RDC units) ....     25
$
%
Li
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TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29. 1972
NORTHWARD TRAINS-
INFERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
83
Freight
Daily
ex. Sat.
1400
1420
1435
1455
1500
1525
1530
1545
1555
1610
1625
1730
1740
1750
1805
1815
1825
1840
1850
1905
Dally
ex. Sat.
83
53
.0
1.4
103
16.9
25.4
26.3
36.9
41.6
47.6
52.8
57.7
633
70.8
74.7
79.6
84.8
87.4
90.3
94.9
99.4
100.0
106.8
111.6
121.6
127.3
130.7
130.9
1453
147.6
VALLEE
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
SHERBROOKE CKWZ
Jet C.P.R.
1.4
NEWINGTON
9.1
... ASCOT ...
6.4
EAST ANGUS   Z
S3
. DUDSWELL Z
0.9
BISHOPTON   	
10.6
.   WEEDON    Z
4.7
ST. GERARD Y
6.0
....  GARTHBY Z
52
....  DISRAELI Z
43
... COLERAINE Z
53
.. BLACK LAKE   Z
13
THETFORD MINES .....KYZ
3.9
...  ROBERTSON	
4.9
 LEEDS 	
5.2
EAST BROUGHTON   Z
2.6
..  CAREY MINE Z
23
... TRING JCT.   RYZ
Jot Tring Sub.
4J6
...  ST.  BRUNO   	
  4.5  	
.... BILODEAU	
0.6
VALLEE JONCTION ...CKWZ
JcL Chaudiere Sab.
6.8
... STE. MARIE Z
4.8
... SCOTTS JCT RYZ
Jet Levis Sub.
10.0
VILLE  LAMBERT  	
5.7
. BREAKEYVILLE Z
3.4
 WALSH YZ
0.2
....  DIAMOND  	
Jet. C.N.R.
14.6
Ol  CADORNA
mSf Jet C.P.R.
!?J 2.1
.. QUEBEC CKWZ
(Palais Station)
>8
HO
DN
FD
NA
UC
SO
SOUTHWARD TRAINS-
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
Yard
47
35
28
24
32
25
35
30
31
25
27
51
27
24
23
20
20
23
19
4
16
6
24
10
NU
82
Freight
Dally
ex. Sun.
1159
1141
1126
1106
1101
1033
1023
1013
1004
0952
0940
0924
0906
0856
0835
0820
0810
0752
0737
0735
BO
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply between
Sherbrooke and Walsh.
FOURTH CLASS
86
Freight
Daily
ex. Son.
1125
1113
1103
1053
1033
1023
1005
Daily
ex. Sun.
82
0932
0930
0830
0810
0710
0650
0630
l**4
Dally
ex. Sun.
86
THETFORD MINES INDUSTRIAL YARD SPUR MILEAGE 70.82 (Rule 105 opplies)
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 0.47 — Wye connection. Movements must not exceed 10 mph until crossing fully occupied. Timing circuit 175 ft east
of Wye switch approaching crossing from west side and protection will cease to operate if train stands on
circuit for a longer period than 30 seconds. Care must be taken that trains do not stand between timing circuit
and crossing.
Mileage 0.76 — Movements must not exceed 20 mph until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 2.56 — St. Alphonse St Movements must STOP at STOP signs located on each side of crossing before proceeding.
Movements over pedestrian crossing, mileage 2.40, must be flagged by member of crew. No cars shall be left standing on
industrial tracks within 50 ft. of this crossing.
Asbestos Corp. Kings mines private crossing, mileage 2.85 must not be blocked for periods in excess of 5 minutes.
VALLEE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES ON PAGE 43
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29. 1972
43
VALLEE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
No. 83 must obtain clearance at Sherbrooke and may leave
Newington without clearance.
Southward trains must obtain CPR clearance at Joffre and
may leave Walsh without clearance.
Scotts Jet. is register station for southward trains.
Jet. with C.P.R. at Sherbrooke — CTC.
Jet with C.N.R. at Diamond — C.T.C.
C.N.R. time table governs between Diamond and Cadorna.
r
Quebec subdivision schedules and footnotes govern between
Cadorna and Quebec.
Yard Limits, Sherbrooke, extend to mileage 1.8.
Yard Limits, Vallee Jonction, extend to mileage 98.7.
Rule 14L does not apply at Alexander Street crossing, mileage
0.3 and Short Street crossing, mileage 0.68 within the limits of the
City of Sherbrooke, between the hours of 2200 and 0700.
Rule 105A does not apply at Duds well, Robertson, Carey Mine,
Bilodeau, Scotts Jet. and Breakeyville.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage   36.87 — Weedon. Northward trains switching or standing will stop south of Creameries siding switch
£f and must not exceed 5 mph until crossing fully
occupied.
Mileage   60.67
Mileage   73.0
Mileage 106.77
Lake Asbestos Ltd. Also,
National Asbestos Mines Ltd. Public crossings
on their private tracks. Movements must STOP
at STOP signs before proceeding over crossings.
Ste. Marie. Southward movements on main
track or siding, must not exceed 10 mph until
crossing fully occupied.
Team track is on manual control and box is
located on north side of crossing.
All movements over private crossing mileage 64.03 located 200
feet south of the entrance of King-Beaver Asbestos Warehouse
must be protected by member of crew.
All switching movements over public crossing at grade, mileage
100.33, must be protected by member of crew.
Train radios must not be used on Beaver Spur, Black Lake,
mileage 63.5 account blasting operations.
No. 1 track at Thetford Mines is the car capacity siding. Rule
105A does not apply.
Cars set out at Carey Mine must not be left north of public
crossing mileage 87.47.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units
DRS-24 DRF-30 DRF-36     l?1?^68 10*3' 38'9   30 mph*
UK5 z.% dkv JU, UKP-lb .. f Bridge  99 9       10 mph
Cars
Over 210,000 to 220,000 lb. (ore) gross weight each
Bridge 38.9    30 mph.
Over 221,000 to 263,000 lb. gross weight each
Bridge 38.9    30 mph.
Bridge 99.9    20 mph.
Crane and Auxiliary
100 tons capacity   Bridges 38.9, 99.9  20 mph.
i ™ *~ i*a f„„e «***«<,:**» (Bridge 108.1 20 mph.
150 to 160 tons capacity .... |Brid|es 38 9> 99 9   10 m£h
200 to 250 tons capacity prohibited
except between Mile 0.0 to 1.3.
Combination Crane-Pile Driver
30 or 31 tons capacity Bridge 99.9
20 mph.
Pile Driver
400040, 43
Bridge 99.9  20 mph.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted — M.P.H.
Passenger trains (including RDC Units) ....      40
Permanent Slow Orders
Mileage
Location
0.0 to     0.8   On curves 	
0.8 to 1.4   On curves and Bridge 1.4
1.4 to     2.2   On curves 	
12.0 to   18.0   On curves 	
18.0 to   22.0   On curves 	
90.0 to   90.5   On curves	
99.9 to 100.33 On curves 	
100.33 Crossing Vallee Jonction
130.6 to 130.9   On curves 	
* Until crossing fully occupied.
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
25
20
30
35
30
25
25
*30
30
 44
TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
WESTWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH
CLASS
91
Freight
Tues.
There.
Set.
0400
0430
0500
0525
0545
0615
0650
0720
0750
0810
Toes.
Thuri.
Sat.
91
78.5
70.0
60.1
50.5
45.4
34.7
22.8
14.5
4.8
.0
CHAUDIERE
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
.... LAC FRONTIERE . .RZ
85
     DAAQUAM    Z
9.9
    ST.   CAMILLE   	
9.6
  STB. JUSTINE Z
5.1
...   STE.   GERMAINE   ...Z
10.7
 MORISSET Z
11.9
   ST. GEORGES Z
8 3
 BEAUCEVILLE Z
9.7
   ST. JOSEPH ......Z
4.8
VALLEE JONCTION CKWZ
Jet Vallee Sub.
Rule 93A applies.
Roles 41 and 44 apply,
GR
UC
Yard
52
Nil
22
23
29
9
14
12
Yard
EASTWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH
CLASS
90
Freight
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
1705
1635
1605
1530
1500
1425
1325
1245
1220
1201
Mon.
Wed.
Frt.
90
CHAUDIERE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
RESTRICTIONS
Crane and Auxiliary
200 to 250 tons capacity Bridge 9.05 ) Prohibited
except 414479, 480, 503, 650 J rronicmeu
Switching movements over public crossing at grade, mileage
0.35, must be protected by member of crew.
Engine arriving Lac Frontiere on No. 90 must retain all train
orders and may assume schedule of No. 91 and leave Lac Frontiere without a clearance.
Movements must not exceed 10 mph at any point in Lac Frontiere Yard.
Rule 105a does not apply.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—M.P.H,
Passenger trains (including RDC units)....      30
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
Permanent Slow Orders
Mileage
Location
4.78 Crossing	
* Until crossing fully occupied.
*10
-Td
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH
CLASS
93
Freight
Daily
•x. Sn.
0700
0720
0755
0820
0845
0850
Dally
ex. San.
93
WESTWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
BEEBE
SUBDIVISION
2*9
STATIONS
40.2
33.9
21.1
12.4
3.3
2.9
2.6
.0
..   NEWPORT   ....CKWZ
Jet C.P.R.
63
.   BEEBE  JCT.    Z
Jet. Stanstead Sub.
12.8
. AYERS CLIFF Z
8.7
NORTH HATLEY Z
9.1
.... ADAMS Z
0A
LENNOXVILLE 	
Jet C.N.R.
    0.3   	
C.N.R.
. C.P.R. Conn. .
2.6
SHERBROOKE
CKWZ
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply
between Lennoxville
and   Newport.
NP
HO
J?
o
to
5-
S3
Yard
NU
22
8
12
Nil
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH
CLASS
92
Freight
Daily
ex. Son.
0630
0610
0540
0515
0427
0425
Daily
ex. Sen.
92
BEEBE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
No train or engine will obstruct any crossing either public or
farm in the state of Vermont for a longer period than five consecutive minutes.
Rules 263 to 273 apply between signal 29 at Lennoxville and
CNR-CPR connection. CNR timetable governs.
Sherbrooke subdivision schedules and footnotes govern between
C.P.R.—C.N.R. Connection and Sherbrooke.
Jet. with C.N.R. at Lennoxville—CTC.
Northward trains must approach the approach signal to C.T.C.
at mileage 2.9 at slow speed and must stop at Adams then obtain
instructions from train dispatcher at Sherbrooke before leaving.
Mileage 3.08 —College St., Lennoxville. Northward movements
receiving STOP indication on signal 29 must stop
south of yellow post located to left of track 200
feet south of crossing and, when authorized to
proceed, must not exceed 5 mph until crossing
fully occupied.
Mileage 40.17—Main St,  Newport. Southward movements must
stop at STOP  sign  located North of crosf in&
Movements over crossing may be made only aflHk*
engineman knows that gates  are in horizontal
position and then at a speed not exceeding 10
mph. Whistle signal 14 (h) must be sounded when
making back-up movement
Trains may leave Lennoxville without clearance.   Southward
trains must obtain clearance at Sherbrooke.
Trains originating and terminating at Lennoxville must register
at Sherbrooke.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—M.P.H.
Passenger trains (including RDC units)....       25
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Mileage
21.09
Location
8*:
3<x>
2.4
.0
STANSTEAD
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
ROCK ISLAND AND
... DERBY LINE ...
2.4
BEEBE JCT.
Jet Beebe Sub.
.Z
»5
Yard
Yard
Crossing	
*Until crossing fully occupied.
All Trains
*10
EASTWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
STANSTEAD SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
All tracks between Beebe Jet and Rock Island will be consi
dered within yard limits.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units
DFA-16b, c, g and DFB-16d Prohibited
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972 45
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
p SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
A—Freight and mixed trains will, unless otherwise provided, be governed by the following speed limits:
Subdivision Speed limit MPH
Quebec      55
Winchester, Westmount Adirondack and Trois Rivieres  50
M. & O., Lachute and Sherbrooke   45
Park Avenue, Newport, Lyndonville and Vallee  40
St. Maurice Valley and St. Gabriel   35
Ste. Agathe, Drummondville, Stanbridge, St. Guillaume and Chaudiere  30
Piles, Berthierville, Buckingham, Sawyerville, Tring, Beebe and Levis   25
Stanstead   10
B—MAXIMUM SPEEDS FOR DIESEL UNITS AS GOVERNED BY TRACTION MOTOR GEARING
Miles Miles
Class Per Hour     Class Per Hour
DPA-15a, b, d, DPA-17, DPB-15a, DPB-17 "   89 DFA-15c, d, e, DFB-15b, c, d, e, 1
DPA-22          85 DRS-12, DRS-15, DRS-17, DS-8, DRF-30-g, h )...      65
DS-9, DS-12   J
75 DRS-lOa, b, DS-6, DS-10        60
HS-5           35
DFA-15f, DRS-20, DRF-22, DRF-25, *DRF-30a, b"     71 *DRS-24,   DRF-30  and   DRF-36  restricted  to  Freight  train
k DFA-16b, c, d, g, DFB-16a, b, d       70 speed on curves.
MAXIMUM SPEED FOR RAIL DIESEL CARS —90 miles per hour, except unit 9194 which is restricted to 85 miles
per hour.
C—Freight and mixed 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 time table. 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 time table.
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 interlocking for periods in excess of that specified in subdivision
time table footnotes, must proceed prepared to find interlocking signal displaying 'STOP' indication.
H—RIDING ON TOP OF CARS
Employees are prohibited from riding on the tops of cars or cabooses not equipped with running boards.
Employees are prohibited from riding on the tops of cars or cabooses equipped with running boards except when
necessary in switching or making up trains in yards or industrial spurs.
I—Where trains are equipped with radios and Example 2 of Form *Y* Train Order is used, the following will govern:
When authorized by foreman named in Train Order to pass the red flags at mileages specified, trains so authorized must first
stop at red flag and then proceed at restricted speed to the opposing red flag and in no case exceed slow speed.
j_Instructions for movement of Freight Cars having a gross weight up to 263,000 pounds are specified in subdivision
footnotes and Equipment Authorization Chart Authority for movement of Freight Cars having a gross weight in excess of
263,000 pounds must be secured from the Superintendent.
K Main track switches may be equipped with reflectorized lenses or targets of the prescribed color in lieu of lights,
and yard limit signs may be reflectorized in lieu of lights.
L—Retaining valves must be used on 50% of the cars on freight trains on descending grades of 2% or over if the
tonnage is in excess of "A" rating for the ascending grade for the diesel units on which the dynamic brake is in effective
operating condition, unless the train is controlled with a pressure maintaining brake valve. Otherwise Rules 34(a) Form 582,
and 27 Form 583 apply.
Rule 34 of Form 582 does not apply to Rail Diesel Cars.
Continued on Page 46
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46 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS — Continued
M—FLAGGING  INSTRUCTIONS  FOR  PROTECTION OF MEN AND MACHINES
When men and machines are to be worked on or near the track and before the track is made unsafe for movements
at normal speeds, protection may be provided as follows:
(a) By day place a red flag and, in addition, by night a red light between the rails at least 200 yards in each direction
from the defective point or working area, WHICH MAY BE AT ANY LOCATION WITHIN THE LIMITS
STATED IN THE TRAIN ORDER, and place torpedoes on each rail to cause one explosion 200 yards beyond
the red signals, also;
(b) By day place a yellow over red flag and, in addition, by night a yellow light 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. F/f^fl
(e) Maintenance of Way employees providing protection required under Clause (b) must each be equipped for day
time witli—
— a yellow over red flag mounted on staffs
— a supply of torpedoes, and in addition for night time and when weather or other conditions obscure day
signals, with
— a red light   —   a yellow light   —   a supply of matches
and must not return until recalled or relieved.
TRAIN ORDER advice must be issued in conjunction with these Flagging Instructions as follows:
"Men and machines working until between mileage	
and mileage	
Protection when required will be provided under Time Table Special Instruction M."
NOTE:—(1) The Foreman must be advised of the limits and times specified in the order.
(2) WORKING AREA SHOULD BE AS SHORT AS PRACTICABLE, TO BE CHANGED AS THE
PROGRESS  OF  THE  WORK  MAY  REQUIRE.
M.1—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. Si. v
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 aHa train order authority, Rules 40, 41, 42 oi
special instruction aMa 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
indicates 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 clear of the signal protecting the interlocking from the opposite direction.
(f) Over Power Operated Switches—Movement must not exceed 4 miles per hour.
(g) 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 47
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
47
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS — Continued
O—SPERRY DETECTOR CARS
Sperry Detector Cars, WHEN TESTING, cannot be depended on to operate signal systems and such cars should
be operated and protected in the following manner:
(a) Within ABS Territory:
By train order form H or U.
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.
When flag protection is required, protection as prescribed by Rule 99 OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY must be
provided.
(c) Through Automatic Inter lockings :
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 member of crew unless it is known that the automatic protection is operating.
(e) Over Power Operated Switches—Movement must not exceed 4 miles per hour.
P_MOVEMENT OF  CRANES,  COMBINATION CRANE-PILE DRIVERS, PILE DRIVERS
AUTHORITY for the movement of equipment listed below is contained in subdivision footnotes and the Equipment Authorization Charts.
Equipment with arrows to denote the direction of travel must be placed in train accordingly.
Yardmasters must have an authorization from the Chief Dispatcher before moving any equipment here listed.
Connecting Divisions, Conductors, Enginemen and all concerned with a movement must be given complete instructions regulating the same.
Cranes exceeding 25 ton capacity must not make a lift while standing on a bridge nor move over a bridge while carrying a load,  without special  authorization from the Chief Engineer.
±
SEPARATION OF EQUIPMENT
Cranes up to 160 tons capacity
Combination Crane-Pile Drivers
Pile Drivers
}
To be separated from each other and other equipment
by two cars of a gross weight each of not more than
220,000 pounds or lesser weight where authorized.
Cranes of 200 to 250 tons capacity \
Cars used for separation must have a length greater than 37 feet over strikers
To be separated from other equipment by one car
of not more than 142,000 pounds gross weight.
Cranes
Capacity Tons
15
23*4
25
30
75
100
160
200
250
100
150
Crane Series
414133
414171
414179, 414181
414600 to 414607 incl.
414225
414282, 414289
414323 to 414327 incl.
414330 to 414332 incl.
414334, 414335
414337, 414339
414420, 414421
414470 to 414480 incl.
414500 to 414503, 414650
414321, 414328
414400, 414401, 414402
Combination Crane-Pile Driver
30
31
414203, 414205
414207 to 414214 incl.
414178, 414200 to 414202 incl,
414204, 414206
Where Authorized
Freight Train
Speed is
MPH
Over 25
25 or less
40 or over
35 to 30
25 or less
Over 25
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
25
15
Pile Driver
Scale Test Car
400040
400043
420925 to 420928 incl.
}
35 or over
25 to 35
Under 25
30 or over
Under 30
25
20
15
30
5 less than permissible
Freight Train Speed
Continued on Page 48
 48 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS — Continued
9—ORE CARS
v
Trains handling cars in series 370 to 377 inclusive, short ballast cars 368443 to 543 inclusive, and foreign cars
30 feet and less in length, must not exceed 30 mph when loaded, and 25 mph when empty on M&O, Winchester, Adirondack, Sherbrooke, Newport, Lyndonville, Park Avenue, Lachute, Trois Rivieres and Quebec subdivisions, 25 mph on
Vallee, Levis and St. Maurice Valley subdivisions, and 20 mph on all other subdivisions.
R—CENTRALIZED TRAFFIC CONTROL
In C.T.C. territory, when the "Employee CalT 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—STANDARD TRAINLINE PRESSURE
Section 15 of Form 583 (train handling and other instructions relating to brake and communicating signal equipment)
is revised to require standard air pressure of 75 lbs. per square inch instead of 70 lbs. per square inch in freight service.
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 fa the form of a WHITE LIGHT mounted on a mast and IS NOT A BLOCK SIGNAL.
The last indication displayed will apply as follows:
STEADY BURNING or UNLIGHTED—Stop before fouling switch at the inspection point and immediately communicate with the train dispatcher. If communication fails, perform standing train inspection.
FLASHING—No evidence of overheating.
The train dispatcher will provide information as to the location of overheating. The journal is to be inspected and,
if no evidence of overheating is found, that car and at least two cars on each side must be inspected for any condition
which may be responsible for the abnormal heat condition, opening aU 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.
 TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972 49
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TIME TABLE No. 29, OCTOBER 29, 1972
DIAGRAM SHOWING LOCATION OF TRAIN TELEPHONE WIRES
FACE IN  DIRECTION  NAMED, COUNT CROSSARMS
FROM THE TOP, DOWN.
Mill
«' * * »
LOOK WEST
DORVAL
TO PINE BEACH
CABLE POLE
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TO VAUDREUIL
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TO MACAZA
LOOK NORTH
MACAZA
TO MT. LAURIER
LOOK EAST
ST. MARTIN JCT.
TO QUEBEC
LOOK WEST
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LOOK NORTH
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LOOK SOUTH
NEWPORT
TO ST. JOHNSBURY
LOOK SOUTH
ST. JOHNSBURY
TO WELLS RIVER
LOOK NORTH
SHERBROOKE
TO SCOTTS JCT.
LOOK NORTH
SCOTTS JCT.
TO WALSH
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TABLE SHOWING RATE OF SPEED A TRAIN IS RUNNING
WHERE TIME OF ONE MILE IS GIVEN
Time
Per Mile
Miles
Per Hour
Time
Per Mile
Miles
Per Hoar
..     90
1 Min.
...      60
0    -    42   u   .,
..     85
1    **
5   "
....     55
0    -    45   -   .
...     80
i    **
12   -   ,
,...     50
0    a    48   a   .
mm     75
i    **
20   "   ,
,...     45
0    -    51    -   .
...     70
i    **
30   a
....     40
0    -    55   -   .,
...     65
i     "
43   "   ,
...      35
Time
Per Mile
Miles
Per Hoar
2 Min. 0
Sec..
..     30
2M24
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..     25
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..     20
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10 BUCKINGHAM
11 LACHUTE
12 M 40
13 PARK AVENUE
14 PILES
15 QUEBEC
16 STE. AGATHE
17 ST. GABRIEL
18 ST. MAURICE VALLEY
19 TROIS RIVIERES
20 WINCHESTER
MONTREAL TERMINALS
REF. N* SUBDIVISION
27 OUTREMONT
28 WESTMOUNT
29 ADIRONDACK
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SOUTH BANK BRANCH
LASALLE  LOOP LINE
NORTH BANK  BRANCH
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1
ADIRONDACK
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DRUMMONDVILLE
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5
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REF! N2
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21
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22
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LEVIS
24
STANSTEAD
25
TRING
26
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