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tandard Time
■ Time beginning at
0100 Sunday October 28? 1979 and by
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0300 Sunc »ril 27s 1980 and by
Eai I Time beginning at
0100 Sunday October 26, 1980. *
For the Information and Guidance of Er
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R.S. Allison
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TIME TABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
SUDBURY DIVISION
Subdivision (or Spur)
Page
Miles
Cartier 8  .North Bay    to Mileage 111.0  111.0
Falconbridge Spur 10  Mileage 69.2 Cartier Subdivision to Falconbridge  6.7
Little Current    14  McKerrow    to Little Current  38.7
Nickel    12  Sudbury     to Creighton     11.8
North Bay    4  Chalk River    to North Bay  117.3
Parry Sound       . . 6
Temiscaming     11
Thessalon     15
Victoria Mine Spur    13
Ville Marie 12
Webbwood    13
Sudbury to end of Stobie track	
MacTier     to Romford     121.7
Mattawa     toAngliers  116.9
Webbwood to Sault Ste. Marie, Ont  131.1
Mileage 21.4 Webbwood Subdivision to Victoria Mine  3.5
Gaboury     to Ville Marie  7.7
Sudbury     to Webbwood  48.3
  0.6
Total-715.3
D. K. SEENEY, Superintendent, Sudbury.
R. A. COLQUHOUN, Assistant Superintendent, Sudbury.
D. J. McMILLAN, Assistant Superintendent, Sudbury.
J. J. DEEGAN, Assistant Superintendent, North Bay.
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Dispatching Office, Sudbury.
Telephone Numbers, Area Code 705,
Between the hours of 0800 and 2359 Phone 674-3111 Ext 207 or 208.
Between the hours of 2359 and 0800 Phone 674-9169.
J. J. JOHNSTON, Chief Train Dispatcher.
T. C. RANTANEN, R. J. STODDART, Night Chief Train Dispatchers.
M.DUDAR
N.R.MULVIHILL
K.G.DEWAR
W.H. LALONDE
W. G. CAMPBELL
J.P.RIBOUT
W.A. NIEMI
R.RUFFO
A.J.GAUVIN
J.E. RAYMOND
G.A. BEAULIEU
P. I. ANDERSON
D.J. DUQUETTE
R.A.CARMICHAEL
Train
Dispatchers
Subdivision (or Spur)
Page
SCHREIBER DIVISION
Cartier 8    Mileage 111.0    ... to Cartier   ....
Heron Bay    22    White River    to Schreiber  . . .
Manitouwadge     17    Struthers    .to Geco	
Nemegos    18    Cartier     to Chapleau   . . .
Nipigon    24    Schreiber .to Mileage 126.5
White River    20    Chapleau    to White River   .
Miles
2.0
118.3
40.0
136.4
126.5
129.9
Total-553.1
Schreiber Division Train Dispatchers will issue train orders between Thunder Bay and Current River.
J. P. KELSALL, Superintendent, Schreiber.
L. A. CLARKE, Assistant Superintendent, Schreiber.
J. B. GILLESPIE, Assistant Superintendent, Chapleau.
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Dispatching Office, Schreiber.
Telephone Number, Area Code 807, Phone 824-2361.
G. N. LEWIS, Chief Train Dispatcher.
F. N. McKENNA, G. W. MILLER, Night Chief Train Dispatchers.
P. I. PELTO
G.T.LENGYEL
W. STEFURAK
W.A.AYLWARD
Y.BEAUPARLANT
J. R. WOODRUFF
R. C. GORDON
W. C. MITCHELL
G. McGRATH
Train
Dispatchers
 TIME TABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
WESTWARD TRAINS — INFERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
911
Freight
Daily
949
Freight
Daily
411
Freight
Daily
FIRST CLASS
Daily
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SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
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2036
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0810
0825
0525
0535
0550
1540
1550
1602
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5.3
15.5
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1.5
2044
2056
0832
0845
0556
0610
1608
1619
19.7
27.7
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10.2
MOOR LAKE
4.2-
2126
0910
0635
1640
45.9
2144
2203
2220
0925
0944
0959
0650
0701
0710
1652
1703
*1713
56.5
65.0
71.8
70.51
74.0J
2236
2248
1006
1015
0720
0730
1720
1730
76.9
83.7
2301
2319
2334
1024
1033
1042
0740
0750
0800
1740
1750
1800
90.4
97.8
104.9
2346
0010
1050
1110
0820
0840
1810
1830
111.4
117.3
111.8
RV
5575
4853
Yard
98
85
....MACKEY....
8.0
STONECLIFFE
-18.2-
4165
4025
73
70
AYLEN
-10.6-
4070
71
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8.5
 RANKIN
6 8
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Jet. with Temiscaming Sub.
MA
3998
4469
4247
69
78
74
....MOREL....
6.8
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6.7-
4039
4073
70
71
RUTHERGLEN
7.4
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7.1
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6.5-
4359
4260
76
74
Nil
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5.9
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4904
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Daily
911
Daily
949
Daily
411
Daily
Rule 93a applies.
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NORTH BAY SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
75
MAXIMUM SPEEDS UNLESS OTHERWISE RESTRICTED
Miles per Hour
Passenger trains   	
Other trains and engines
Mileage 0.0 to mileage 6.0   	
Mileage 6.0 to mileage 117.3   	
Trains handling 6000 tons to 7500 tons   	
Trains handling over 7500 tons	
Permanent Slow Orders
  50
  60
  55
  50
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Mileage
0.0
8.0
16.0
19.0
25.0
30.0
35.0
41.0
50.0
60.0
68.0
69.0
73.0
78.0
80.0
83.0
85.0
99.0
110.0
114.0
116.7
to 8.0
to 16.0
to 19.0
to 25.0
to 30.0
to 35.0
to 41.0
to 50.0
to 60.0
to 68.0
to 69.0
to 73.0
to 78.0
to 80.0
to 83.0
to 85.0
to 99.0
to 110.0
to 114.0
to 116.7
to 117.3
Location
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
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
Passenger
Trains
60
45
40
60
50
45
45
50
55
45
40
50
55
50
55
40
45
50
45
60
25
Other trains
and engines
50
45
40
50
45
40
50
55
45
40
50
50
50
50
40
45
45
45
25
Rules 263-273 apply eastward continuous from the Cartier Subdivision to Signal 1164 at North Bay;-westward continuous from
Signal 1163 to the Cartier Subdivision.
RESTRICTIONS
Crane and Auxiliary
200 to 250 ton capacity 30 M.P.H. on bridge 116.64.
Trains handling slag in 360 or 361 series cars must not exceed 40
M.P.H. and eastward trains must not go beyond Mattawa without
making a standing inspection of loaded slag cars.
CHALK RIVER
Westward Signal 1151 at mileage 115.1 Chalk River Subdivision
is located to left of track it governs.
Spring switch located east end and west end of Chalk River
Yard.
Westward passenger trains clearing eastward passenger trains at
Chalk River will unless otherwise directed clear on Station Track.
Movements over public crossing at grade mileage 0.29 North
Bay Sub. must not exceed 30 M.P.H. until crossing is fully occupied.
Westward movement stopping east of this crossing must stop
before passing circuit end sign located 350 feet east of crossing and
when proceeding must not exceed 10 M.P.H. until crossing is fully:
occupied.
Eastward movements stopping west of this crossing must sto]
before passing circuit end sign located 250 feet west of crossing and
when proceeding must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing is fully
occupied. Continued on page 5
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.56,
OCTOBER 28th,
1979
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EASTWARD TRAINS — SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
SECOND CLASS
FOURTH CLASS 1
2
Passenger
Daily
406
Freight
Daily
912
Freight
Daily
60
Freight
Daily
62
Freight
Daily
STATIONS
0.0
5.3
1   15.5
1.5
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4853
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98
85
1600
1550
1535
1140
1123
1110
1710
1700
1645
2010
2000
1947
0335
0315
0256
10.2
 MOOR LAKE	
19.7
I   27'7
 MACKEY	
4165
4025
73
70
1527
1517
1104
1050
1635
1619
1940
1930
0245
0232
8.0
  STONECLIFFE  	
45.9
18.2 -
 AYLEN 	
4070
71
1456
1018
1545
1905
0155
I   56.5
65.0
71.8
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74.0j
10.6
 HODGSON	
3998
4469
4247
69
78
74
1443
1433
1425
0958
0944
0934
1530
1517
1505
1845
1830
1820
0135
0117
0105
8.5
 RANKIN	
6 8
V MATTAWA......VWYZ
Jet. with Temiscaming Sub.
MA
76.9
1   83.7
 MOREL	
4039
4073
70
71
1416
1407
0924
0912
1455
1445
1810
1755
0053
0040
6.8
 EAU CLAIRE	
90.4
97.8
[104.9
  RUTHERGLEN 	
4359
4260
76
74
Nil
1358
1350
1341
0857
0842
0831
1435
1423
1410
1740
1725
1712
0025
0009
2359
7.4
 BONFIELD	
7.1
 C AMEY	
6 5
111.4
117.3
HI.8
 THORNCLIFF	
4904
86
Yard
1333
1325
0820
0810
1400
1350
1700
1645
2346
2325
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Rule 93a applies
Daily
2
Daily
406
Daily
912
Daily
60
Daily
62
NORTH BAY SUBDIVISIO
MATTAWA
*No. 1 and No. 2 will stop on request at Mattawa for revenue
passengers only.
Air brakes must be used on all cars when switching movements
are made on spur track at mileage 73.6.
THORNCLIFF
Air brakes must be used on all cars when switching movements
are made at Dupont Yard mileage 111.88 and all tracks Thorncliff.
Whistle signal 14(L) must be sounded and engine bell rung for
all crossings on Dupont Spur, mileage 111.88.
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N FOOTNOTES-Continued
NORTH BAY
Movements must not exceed 20 M.P.H. between Signal 06 Car-
tier Subdivision and Signal 1163 at North Bay.
Spring switch located East end North Bay yard.
To display a restricting signal (Rule 290) on Signal 1163 for
main track movements when the block is occupied, a member of the
crew must be governed by the instructions posted in the push button
box mounted on the signal.
Eastward trains or engines must stop clear of circuit end sign on
east yard lead North Bay when waiting for overdue eastward trains.
 TIMETABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
NORTHWARD TRAINS — INFERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
405
Freight
Daily
955
Freight
Daily
409
Freight
Daily
407
Freight
Daily
403
Freight
Daily
FIRST
CLASS
5
Passenger
Daily
cS
2
1
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PARRYSOUND
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
■S.&
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C
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Oco
2335
2351
2050
2110
1055
1110
0600
0616
0140
0155
From
C.N.R.
0.0
10.4
1.3
0001
2123
1119
0626
0205
0007
0015
0038
0105
0123
0137
0200
2139
2150
2217
2240
2258
2314
2335
1126
1134
1157
1217
1245
1310
1330
0634
0643
0708
0730
0748
0804
0825
0212
0225
0248
0309
0327
0341
0400
1745
S1810
1820
1845
1905
1925
1940
2000
18.1
19.9
23.1
29.6
48.5
65.0
79.0
90.5
107.3
121.7
21.4\
24.2/
28. r
30.6,
63.3
66.0
120.6
V MACTIER .
10.4
 BRIGNALL .
7.7-
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KA
7500
Yard
133
.RV
 DOCKMURE ..
1.8
V REYNOLDS .
3.2
V PARRY SOUND .... VWZ
6.5
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18.9
 POINTE AU BARIL V
16.5
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14.0
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11.5
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£.,*, 16.8
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v as"*
4794
ND
UN
ws
2901
7750
8020
7150
6281
7150
7924
84
Nil
50
138
143
127
111
130
141
Nil
Daily
405
Daily
955
Daily
409
Daily
407
Daily
403
Daily
5
Rule 93a applies
PARRY SOUND SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
MAXIMUM SPEEDS UNLESS OTHERWISE RESTRICTED
Miles per Hour
Passenger trains  75
Other trains and engines     60
Trains handling 6000 to 7500 tons     55
Trains handling over 7500 tons     50
o
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders
Miles
per Hour
Passenger
Other trains
Mileage
Location
Trains
and engines
0.0 to    6.0
On Curves   	
55
50
6.0 to   27.0
On Curves   	
50
45
27.0 to   34.0
On Curves   	
60
55
34.0 to   35.0
On Curves   	
55
50
35.0 to  44.0
On Curves   	
70
44.0 to   50.0
On Curves   	
55
50
50.0 to  52.0
On Curves   	
45
45
52.0 to   55.0
On Curves   	
55
50
55.0 to  63.0
On Curves   	
60
63.0 to  66.0
On Curves   	
50
50
66.0 to   87.0
On Curves   	
55
50
87.0 to   97.0
On Curves   	
50
50
97.0 to 104.0
On Curves   	
50
45
104.0 to 110.0
On Curves   	
65
110.0 to 111.0
On Curves   	
45
40
111.0 to 120.0
On Curves   	
50
45
120.0 to 121.7
On Curves   	
40
40
RESTRICTIONS
Trains handling car series CP 381900 to 381959 must not exceed
20 M.P.H. over bridge mileage 83.04.
^Six axle diesel units are prohibited on the following trackage.
Nobel-All C.I.L. tracks.
Britt—Dock spur beyond Imperial Oil.
Parry Sound-Transfer track.
Trains handling slag in 360 or 361 series cars must not exceed 40
M.P.H. and southward trains lifting slag at Sudbury or Romford
must not go beyond Rutter without making a standing inspection of
cars lifted.
The following signals located to left of track they govern;
Southward
Northward
290B (Dwarf)
117
470B (Dwarf)
303
640B (Dwarf)
469
892B (Dwarf)
639
1062
653
1077B (Dwarf)
Trains may leave Reynolds without registering.
Trains must obtain a clearance OK'd by CP. Rail Train Dispatcher Sudbury before entering Parry Sound Sub. at Reynolds and
in addition No. 5 must obtain an OK'd clearance at Parry Sound.
MACTIER
Spring switches located at South end and North end of MacTier
yard.
Trains encountering Stop indication on Signal 03B or 1258B at
MacTier will proceed to box marked Push Button and be governed
by instructions posted inside. (*
Continued on page /^
 TIME TABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
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SUBDIVISION
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SOUTHWARD TRAINS — SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST
CLASS
Daily
SECOND CLASS
404
Freight
Daily
956
Freight
Daily
954
Freight
Daily
FOURTH CLASS
50
Freight
Daily
52
Freight
Daily
54
Freight
Daily
0.0
10.4
1.3
18.1
19.9
23.1
29.6
48.5
65.0
79.0
90.5
107.3
121.7
.RV
21.41
24.2/
28.7\
30.6/
63.31
66.0/
120.6
V MACTIER..
10.4
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   7.7	
 DOCKMURE ..
1.8
V REYNOLDS..
3.2
V PARRY SOUND .... VWZ
6.5
  NOBEL Z
18.9
 POINTE AU BARIL V
16.5
V  BRITT VYZ
14.0
 PICKEREL	
11.5
  RUTTER 	
5<2 { BURWASH R
Sij*                        14.4
,  §>5 I ROMFORD XY
KA
7500
Yard
133
To
C.N.R.
0310
0250
0835
0817
2130
2110
1055
1035
1530
1510
2250
2230
ND
UN
ws
4794
2901
7750I
8020
715o|
6281
7150
7924
84
Nil
50
138
143
127
111
130
141
Nil
0240
1425
S1410
1355
1330
1305
1245
1230
1210
0234
0225
0202
0141
0123
0108
0040
0805
0755
0745
0708
0635
0615
0557
0530
2055
1020
1500
2220
2045
2035
2010
1945
1925
1905
1845
1010
0958
0926
0901
0835
0804
0740
1450
1440
1415
1350
1332
1310
1235
2210
2150
2120
2055
2035
2020
2000
Rule 93a applies.
Daily
6
Daily
404
Daily
956
Daily
954
Daily
50
Daily
52
Daily
54
PARRY SOUND SUBDIVISION WOOJHOTES-Continued
a
ARRY SOUND
C.P.R. and C.N.R. crews are assigned following hours to perform switching on Industrial Spur at Parry Sound; C.N.R. Crews
0001 to 0600, C.P.R. Crews 0600 to 1200, C.N.R. Crews 1200 to
1800, C.P.R. Crews 1800 to 2359. When either company's crews
desire to use this joint section during hours assigned to the other
company, permission must be obtained from Operator on duty.
C.P.R. engines have no right at any time on C.N.R. exclusive section.
Movements on transfer track must not exceed 10 M.P.H. between main track transfer switch and Jacklin crossing.
Emergency water supply located inside baggage room door, hose
is connected to valve. Door is locked with switch lock so this facility
may be utilized when operator not on duty.
NOBEL
Northward movements stopping and switching movements must
stop south of the circuit end sign located 400 ft. south of the public
road crossing at mileage 29.73, and when proceeding must not exceed
10 M.P.H. until crossing is fully occupied.
Movements on Macklaim Construction spur must not exceed 5
M.P.H. and movements over highway crossing must be protected by
a member of the crew.
Movements on tracks within C.I.L. plant Nobel must be made
with caution and at speed not exceeding 4 M.P.H.
BRITT
Movements on Wye Track and Dock Spur must not exceed 10
M.P.H.
RUTTER
Northward trains which have stopped within 2800 feet of public
crossing, mileage 90.5, north of Rutter Station must not exceed 5
M.P.H. until this crossing has been reached. Northward trains mak-
Og station stop should stop at "Circuit End" sign 225 feet south of
ossing to avoid unnecessary operation of the protection.
BURWASH
Rules 261 and 262 apply between Signals 1077 and 1077B at
Burwash and Signals 724-1 and 724-2, Romford.
Southward inferior trains may occupy the main track at Bur-
wash on the time of superior trains, provided Signal 1078 indicates
proceed. Southward movements must not pass Signal 1078 displaying
Rule 291 until instructions have been received from the train dispatcher. If all means of communication fails, movement must take
siding.
Northward inferior trains may occupy the main track at Bur-
wash on the time of superior trains, provided Signal 1061 indicates
proceed. Northward movements must not pass Signal 1061 displaying Rule 291 until instructions have been received from the train
dispatcher. If all means of communication fails, movement must take
siding.
Movements must not enter on nor foul main track from switch
north end Burwash siding until permission has been received from
train dispatcher. Northward Signals 1077 and 1077B are controlled
by train dispatcher.
Trains may register at Burwash by register ticket.
White flags and white lights need not be displayed between
Burwash and Romford.
Northward trains stopping at Burwash must stop south of circuit
end sign located 250 feet south of public road crossing mileage
107.36 and when proceeding must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing
is fully occupied.
INTERLOCKING LIMITS
Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R. mileage 112.7-Interlock-
ing Automatic. Timing circuit southward between mileage 115.2 and
mileage 113.4, six minutes. See Special Instruction "G".
Interlocking Limits Romford-Between Signals 724-1, 724-2 and
Signals 723 and 1217.
ROMFORD
Trains may leave Romford without a clearance.
When necessary to pass Interlocking Signal 1217 indicating
STOP, Rule 264 applies.
 TIMETABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
1
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Daily
Passenger
Daily
185
Daily
CARTIER
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
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EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
2
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Daily
6
isseng
Daily
18
'assen
Daily
«1
1845
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0.0
10.5
22.7
1-2
o.<£ c
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2050
2200
2040
0940
F0950
33.9
42.5
55.1
62.7
72.4
74.4
79.0
81.7
83.6
86.2
f V NORTH BAY
10.5
.... BEAUCAGE	
12.2
STURGEON FALLS .
11.2-
o
K
O
.CKW
H
5928
6030
Yard
105
106
1310
*1230
F0956
F1000
2255
F1011
1025
91.3
94.7
98.8
102.5
113.0
o
K
O
  VERNER	
    WARREN  	
12.6
 MARKSTAY	
7.6
 STINSON	
9.7
 ROMFORD XY
Jet. with Parry Sound Sub.
210
   MOONLIGHT   X
4.6
   SUDBURY  ....CKWXY
Jet. Webbwood and Nickel Subs.
2.7
 SPRECHER P
1.9
  FLANAGAN 	
2.6
   AZILDA  	
  5.1 	
  CHELMSFORD 	
3.4
 LARCHWOOD	
4.1
  PHELANS 	
3.7
  LEVACK 	
10.5
 CARTIER CKW
5959
5731
5840
6357
SJ
105
101
103
112
Nil
Nil
Yard
Nil
Nil
Nil
2:1 c
1120
1025
1130
1900
F1847
10258
8784
DA
Nil
183
Nil
156
Yard
F1841
F1836
0920
F1825
1810
Daily
1
Daily
5
Daily
185
Daily
2
Daily
6
Daily
18<W
CARTIER SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
MAXIMUM SPEEDS UNLESS OTHERWISE RESTRICTED
Miles per Hour
Passenger trains          75
Other trains and engines     60
Trains handling 6000 tons to 7500 tons     55
Trains handling over 7500 tons    50
Permanent Slow Orders
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Passenger
Other trains
Mileage
Location
Trains
and engines
0.0 to
4.0
On Curves   	
45
40
4.0 to
9.0
On Curves   	
50
45
9.0 to
10.0
On Curves   	
45
40
10.0 to
13.0
On Curves   	
55
50
13.0 to
25.0
On Curves   	
50
45
25.0 to
47.0
On Curves   	
60
55
47.0 to
50.0
On Curves   	
50
50
50.0 to
54.0
On Curves   	
45
45
54.0 to
55.0
On Curves   	
40
35
55.0 to
62.0
On Curves   	
50
50
62.0 to
66.0
On Curves   	
55
55
66.0 to
72.4
On Curves   	
50
45
72.4 to
76.0
On Curves   	
45
45
76.0 to
78.2
On Curves   	
40
40
78.2 to
79.3
82.0
15
45
15
79.3 to
On Curves North Track
45
82.0 to
83.6
On Curves North Track
50
50
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Passenger    Other trains
Mileage Location Trains       and engines
83.6 to   79.3 On Curves South Track 45 45
83.6 to  86.0 On Curves     50 50
86.0 to  92.0 On Curves     55 50
92.0 to  99.0 On Curves     65
99.0 to 110.0 On Curves     45 45
110.0 to 113.0 On Curves     55 45
RESTRICTIONS
Trains handling cars series CP. 381900 to 381959 must not
exceed 20 M.P.H. over bridge, mileage 23.67.
Trains handling slag in 360 or 361 series cars must not exceed 40
M.P.H. and eastward trains lifting slag at Sudbury or Romford must
not go beyond Warren without making a standing inspection of cars
lifted.
Special Instruction "D" applies at:
Mileage  0.99   North Bay, Brewers' Warehouse Spur track.
Mileage  2.651 North Bay, Great Northern Woods Co. Ltd.,
Mileage  2.85 J Industrial Spur track.
Mileage 33.81    Verner, Co-op Regionale de Nipissing Spur track.
Mileage 48.3     Spur track.
Mileage 72.4     Storage track.
Mileage 73.16    Storage track.
Mileage 86.4     Azilda, Industrial Spur track.
Mileage 91.02   Chelmsford, Industrial Spur track.
0
Continued on page 9
 TIME TABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
CARTIER SUBDIVISION FOOJNOTES-Continued
I
Following signals located to left of track they govern;
Eastward | Westward
712
743-1
979
724-2
771-1
1001
744-2
781-1
1065
772-2
813-1
1089
782-2
835-1
814-2
885
938B (Dwarf)
919
1114B (Dwarf)
957
Rules 263-273 apply between Signal 1163 North Bay Subdivison
and Signals 782-1 and 782-2 Sudbury. Exception to Rule 514 does
not apply. Two main tracks between mileage 72.4 and mileage 78.1
are designated North track and South track.
When a train has occupied the main track between the switches
of a siding after having passed over the spring switch, it must not
back up without first obtaining exclusive occupancy of the track
under Rule 266.
Rules 263-273 apply on main track and sidings between Signals
795-1 and 795-2, mileage 79.5 Cartier Subdivision and Signal 06
Nemegos Subdivision. Exception to Rule 514 does not apply. Two
main tracks between mileage 79.5 and mileage 83.6 are designated
North track and South track. Junction with the Nickel Subdivision at
mileage 79.5 Interlocking-Interlocking limits extend between Signals
795-1, 795-2, 798-1 and 798-2 Cartier Subdivision and Signals 03 and
04 Nickel Subdivision and Signal 03B West leg of wye track. When
necessary to pass interlocking signals indicating STOP, Rule 264
applies.
When entering sidings Larchwood and Levack under Rule 265,
Rule 99 for outside ABS must be applied against opposing movements.
Din the event a train is stopped by a STOP signal at a siding and
unable to communicate with the dispatcher a member of the crew
must proceed to the local control panel and there be governed by
instructions posted in the box.
The time of First Class trains applies at the station.
LOCAL CONTROL CTC.
Return to train feature is effective on all routes within Romford
interlocking, the main track and sidings between switches at Larchwood, Levack and on the main track at Cartier.
NORTH BAY
To display a restricting aspect (Rule 290) on Signal 06 at North
Bay for main track movements when the block is occupied, a member
of the crew must follow the instructions posted in the push button
box mounted on the signal.
Movements must not exceed 20 M.P.H. between Signal 06 and
Signal 1163 at North Bay.
Westward movements stopping on main track North Bay must
stop East of circuit end sign located 270 feet east of 9th St. crossing
mileage 0.43 and when proceeding must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until
crossing fully occupied. Movements on other than main track must
ensure that gates are in horizontal position before fouling crossing.
Switching movements over Timmins St. on Brewers' Warehouse
spur track, mileage 0.93, must be protected by a member of the crew.
Engines must not use tracks No. 5 and No. 7 in Great Northern
Woods Co. yard at mileage 2.67 on account of restrictive curvature.
Should it be necessary to switch these tracks reachers must be used.
STURGEON FALLS
*No. 1 and No. 2 will stop on request at Sturgeon Falls for
revenue passengers only.
Air brakes must be used on all cars when switching movements
are made at the following locations:
Sturgeon Falls-Abitibi Yard Track No. 5 "Hardwood Track"
Sturgeon Falls-Abitibi Yard Track No. 7 "Paper Track"
Sturgeon Falls-Abitibi Yard Track No. 8 "Paper Track"
Movements over the crossing at Pembroke St. on the spur serving the Abitibi Power and Paper Company, opposite mileage 23.82,
in the Town of Sturgeon Falls shall first be brought to a stop and the
movement over the crossing protected by a member of the crew.
When an eastward train is to leave cars on the main track at
Sturgeon Falls they must be left west of circuit end sign located 275
feet west of Pembroke St. mileage 23.82. Eastward movements after
having stopped between Signal 242 and Pembroke St. must not
exceed 4 M.P.H. between the circuit end sign and Pembroke St. until
the crossing is fully occupied.
Eastward trains or engines required to switch having stopped
west of circuit end sign located 275 feet west of Pembroke St.,
mileage 23.82, must have entire train west of circuit end sign before
re-coupling and proceeding eastward over Pembroke St. and King
St., mileage 23.46
Cars must not be left standing within 200 ft. of King St., mileage
23.46, and Nipissing St., mileage 23.20, Sturgeon Falls.
Diesel units class DS6, DS8, DS9, DS10, DRS10 and hydraulic
Class HS5 only may operate over trestle. Reachers must be used with
other units.
Northward movement on Abitibi Power and Paper Company
Spurs, mileage 23.91 (Sturgeon Falls) must not exceed 5 M.P.H.
when approaching and within 400 feet of No. 17 highway crossing.
Southward movements on these spurs must stop at (Stop Signs)
adjacent to No. 17 highway crossing. To operate the protection,
unlock box marked "push buttons" and comply with instructions
posted therein. In addition Northward Movements on centre track
leading to Abitibi Mill, must be protected by a member of the crew.
INTERLOCKING LIMITS
Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R. mileage 70.7-Interlock-
ing. When necessary to pass Signal 705 or 708 indicating stop, it is
necessary to observe the requirements of Rule 672 in addition to
Rule 264. The three minute interval referred to in Rule 672 is increased to four minutes and thirty seconds. Eastward passenger
trains must not exceed 45 M.P.H. and eastward freight trains must
not exceed 30 M.P.H. at approach Signal 714. Timing circuit eastward between mileage 71.7 and mileage 70.8, six minutes. See Special
Instruction "G".
Westward passenger trains must not exceed 45 M.P.H. and
westward freight trains 30 M.P.H. at approach Signal 713 to Romford Interlocking.
ROMFORD
Trains may leave Romford without a clearance.
Jet. with Parry Sound Subdivision at Romford-Interlocking.
Interlocking Limits-Between Signals 724-1, 724-2 and Signals
723 and 1217.
When necessary to pass Interlocking Signals 723, 724-1, 724-2
and 1217 to Cartier Sub. indicating STOP Rule 264 applies. Rule 509
applies when necessary to pass Signals 724-1 or 724-2 to Parry Sound
Sub. indicating STOP. Rule 104B applies at dual control switches.
Eastward movements having stopped west of circuit end sign
located 550 feet west of Edward St. mileage 71.29 when proceeding
must not exceed 15 M.P.H. until crossing is fully occupied.
Continued on page 10
 10
TIME TABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
CARTIER SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES-Continued
1
SUDBURY
All movements including movements against the current of traffic on Eastward track between Signals 798-1 and 782-1, mileage 79.8
and 78.2 and on Westward track between Signal 781-2 mileage 78.1
and mileage 79.5 will be on authority of Terminal Supervisor, Sudbury. Restricted speed applicable to ABS rules applies. Rule 99 does
not apply in this territory.
Unless otherwise advised, eastward trains, except passenger
trains, must not proceed beyond the circuit end sign located 300 feet
we§t of Regent Street, Mileage eighty point fifteen, 80.15, and Eastward passenger trains must not proceed beyond Signals 798-1 and
798-2, Mileage seventy-nine point eight, 79.8, without receiving instructions from the Terminal Supervisor.
Return to train feature is effective from the eastward track only
between Elm Street, mileage 79.4 and Signal 795-1 to south or north
track when train is left standing at least 300 feet west of Regent
Street, mileage 80.15. To return to train a member of the crew will
contact train dispatcher who may line switches and authorize crew
member to operate push buttons located in two boxes on case at
Signal 795-1. To display a restricting aspect (Rule 290) on Signal
795-1 a member of the crew must be governed by instructions posted
in boxes. Engine must stand between Elm Street and Signal 795 while
desired route is being lined.
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited approaching public crossings
at grade between mileage 77.25 and mileage 80.15.
Trains must obtain clearance at Sudbury.
Sudbury is register station for trains originating and terminating
only.
Spring switch located on Eastward track at east end Sudbury
Yard, mileage 78.2 is protected by a Dwarf Signal for facing point
movements only. Movements against the current of traffic must
approach this signal prepared to stop, Rules 104A and 291 apply.
To avoid activating crossing protection signals at Regent Street,
mileage 80.15, eastward trains when required to wait for proceed
indication on Signals 798-1 or 798-2 must stop west of circuit end
sign, located 300 feet west of the crossing. Trains having stopped
within 2000 feet of the crossing must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until the
crossing is fully occupied.
A white light located on pole north side of north track approximately 50 feet east of Regent St., mileage 80.15, when flashing will
indicate eastward Signal 798-2 is displaying proceed indication for
movement from north track only and light located on pole south side
of south track when flashing will indicate eastward signal 798-1 is
displaying proceed indication for movement from south track only.
Movements over Elm Street, mileage 79.4, must not exceed 10
M.P.H. between "Circuit End" signs located east and west of crossing until crossing is fully occupied. To avoid blocking this crossing,
westward trains approaching the crossing must be prepared to stop
east of block end sign located at mileage 79.3 until Signals 795-1,
795-2 or 03 indicates proceed.
LEVACK
Westward trains stopping on siding or main track at west end
Levack must stop east of circuit end signs located 400 feet east of
Elks Club road crossing mileage 103.89, and, when proceeding must
know gates are in the horizontal position and must not exceed 10
M.P.H. until crossing is fully occupied.
LEVACK SPUR
Eastward mileage 102.5 to end of CP. Rail track. 4,800
feet.
Rule 105 applies, maximum speed 15 M.P.H.
Movements over public crossing Highway No. 144 located
opposite mileage 102.5 Cartier Sub., must stop at stop signs
and a member of the crew must manually operate crossing
protection by pressing the push button marked "Start" in the
box located at the crossing.
CP. Rail trains or engines have no right and MUST NOT
go beyond the end of CP. rail track sign located just east of
tail track switch. The maximum number of loads that may be
pushed by an engine is 25.
MILEAGE 104.19
Movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. over public crossing, Highway No. 144 Hardy Mine Spur, mileage 104.19.
CARTIER
Lights located on the lead East end Cartier yard convey
the following information.
RED-Train approaching yard. Movements being made
on lead track will move clear of track in which train is to be
yarded.
YELLOW—Departing train may proceed to leaving signal. (The dwarf signal giving access to the main track).
FALCONBRIDGE SPUR
Northward—mileage 69.2 Cartier Subdivision to end of
track    6.7 miles.
Rule 105 applies. Maximum speed 15 M.P.H.
Rules 20 and 34 of Form 582 apply to southward trains at
Falconbridge. See Special Instructions "L".
Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R. mileage 5.78—
Interlocking-Automatic. Should signals indicate STOP, before
applying Rule 672, open small box marked with letter "T",
located on southeast corner of signal house. If light is glowing,
push button to restore the diamond track circuit. Should signal
still not clear apply Rule 672.
Timing circuit northward between mileage 5.21 and mileage 5.76, 7 minutes, see Special Instruction "G".
Railway crossing at grade with Falconbridge Nickel Co.
slag spur mileage 6.42-Interlocking-Automatic. Rule 672 applies.
Movements must not exceed 10 M.P.H. passing interlocking signals and through interlocking limits.
Northward trains may trail through derail 300 feet north
of mileage 6.42. First paragraph Rule 104 applies.
Derail indicator governing southward movements located
at derail 300 feet north of mileage 6.42:
INDICATIONS
RED—Stop, derail set in derailing position.
YELLOW-Derail set for through track.
)
j
 TIME TABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979                                                         11
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
1
i
m*
E
o
tn
.2?
(rt
E
m%
■o
TEMISCAMING
SUBDIVISION
to
»_ 9
<5 c
II
$
u_
c
*>.
'o
8.
<3
o>
c
"-5
I?
B
Is,
oco
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
FOURTH CLASS
•
863
Freight
Daily
ex. Sat.
862
Freight
Daily
ex. Sun.
STATIONS
0700
0720
0800
0.0
6.7
17.0
1
1.6
  M
ATTAWA   KWYZ
6.7
ERAMIH	
MA
1820
Yard
30
Nil
1245
1230
1155
 n
10.3
  ELMA 	
4 0
0815
0925
0935
21.0
39.4
41.5
 PREST	
1890
1820
31
30
Nil
1145
1055
1050
38.5
*
42.5
44.7
*
48.5
 G
18.4
RIMMER YZ
2.1
[ISCAMING R
 TEN
0950
0956
1015
1040
46.1
47.9
52.6
57.4
 T]
EELAKE .....Tt
1.8
]NDREAU YZ
4.7
WMSON  	
1670
1360
520
Nil
27
22
6
1035
1030
1015
1000
 GI
 «•....
   Tl
4.8
  DOZOIS 	
88.2\
89.2/
94.7
95.7/
96.91
98.1/
100.4\
101.3/
115.7
t
1235
1300
1310
88.7
95.2
97.6
FABRE Z
6.5
BEARN Z
2.4
ABOURY  YZ
e Marie Subdivision
3 2
730
590
10
8
Nil
0825
0803
0754
 G
<
Jet. with Vill
Ville Marie
Subdivision
Train
100.8
116.9
   LOR
RAINVILLE   Z
16.1
VJGLIERS   Z
	
850
12
Yard
Ville Marie
Subdivision
Train
   Al
Daily
ex. Sat.
863
Rule 93a applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Daily
ex. Sun.
862
p
TEMI
MAXIMUM SPEEDS UNLESS OTF
Between mileage 0.0 and mileage 41.5
SCAM II
[ERWISE R
]
MG SUBD
.ESTRICTED
Vliles per Hour
30
20
missible Speed
iles per Hour
25
IVISION FOOTNOTES
GRIMMER-
Tembec Forest Products Yard-Both Loading Tracks
Tembec Forest Products Yard-Coal Trestle Tracks
Tembec Forest Products Yard-All High Line Tracks
Rule 34 of Form 582 applies to Southward trains between mileage 42 and mileage 39.8. See Special Instruction "L".
All trains keep sharp lookout for fallen rock mileage 35.3 to
mileage 36.0 and at mileage 75.1.
Restrictions governing movements on limestone trestle and coal
trestle Tembec Forest Products Yard at Temiscaming. Movements
must be made at restricted speed and not in excess of 5 M.P.H.. Care
must be taken to prevent sudden braking or starting on this structure.
Diesel Units
DRS24, DRF30, 36    prohibited
Cars
ore cars   prohibited
over 212 gross weight each    prohibited on limestone
trestle only
Crane
200-250 ton capacity prohibited
Engines prohibited beyond sign located 958 feet from switch
points of spur track serving coal trestle Tembec Forest Products.
Switch leading to the siding extension at the north end of siding
Gendreau is to be set for movement from siding to main track. When
in this position, yellow light and target will so indicate.
Rule 20 of Form 582 applies to Southward trains at Gendreau.
Trains must not foul public crossings at mileage 106.38 and
116.46 until it is seen that automatic crossing protection is operating
or flag protection over crossing is provided.
Between mileage 41.5 and mileage 116.9
Permanen
Mileage
0.0  to 40.0 On C
40.0   to 41.5 OnC
111.60             Publi
116.46             Fuge
•I
Diesel Units
Six axle diesel
ucts tracks at Grimr
Cars
Over 175,000 t
on Bridges 75.43, 91
Cars series CP
91.78, 97.52, 104.12.
Crane and Auxiliary
25 to 250 tons c
104.12.
Air brakes mus
are made at the folic
^YATTAWA-All Y
track
divisi
t Slow Orders
vocation
urves
Per
M
urves	
20
c Crossing   	
rville Rd. Angliers Southward  . . .
Jntil crossing is fully occupied.
RESTRICTIONS
units are prohibited on all Temba
ner and between mileage 49.0 and i
o 220,000 lb. (ore) gross weight e<
.78, 104.12.
. 381900 to 381959 prohibited on
and Combination Crane and Pile-E
capacity 10 M.P.H. on Bridges 75.4
t be used on all cars when switchi
>wing locations:
ard tracks north of North Bay Su
including Spur at mileage 73.6 N
on.
15
• 10
c Forest Prod-
nileage 116.9.
ich 10 M.P.H.
Bridges 75.43,
driver
3,91.78,97.52,
ng movements
jdivision main
orth Bay Sub-
 12
TIMETABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
863
Freight
Daily
ex. Sat.
E
& o
.22 .o
VILLE MARIE
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
CD C
c8
Oco
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
862
Freight
Daily
ex. Sun.
-J
1310
1340
0.0
7.7
0.5
... GABOURY YZ
7.7
VILLE MARIE R
Nil
Yard
0754
0725
Daily
ex. Sat.
863
Rule 93a applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Daily
ex. Sun.
862
VILLE MARIE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
MAXIMUM SPEED UNLESS OTHERWISE
RESTRICTED   	
20 M.P.H.
Back-up movements between Gaboury and Ville Marie must not
exceed 10 M.P.H. over public crossings.
Engine arriving Ville Marie on No. 863 must retain all train
orders and may assume schedule of No. 862 and leave Ville Marie
without a clearance provided there is no operator on duty.
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
o.o
1.6
3.3
11.1
11.8
2.8
3.0]
4.8 I
9.7
t
NICKEL
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
nii
 SUDBURY CKWZ
1.6
 cn. jct:	
1.7
... CLARABELLE  RZ
7.8
EAST CREIGHTON	
0.7
.... CREIGHTON  YZ
Rule 93a applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply between
Clarabelle and Creighton.
SJ
CO
2"
"o
oco
Nil
Nil
Yard
Yard
Yard
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
u
NICKEL SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
MAXIMUM SPEED UNLESS OTHERWISE
RESTRICTED   	
25 M.P.H.
SUDBURY
Westward Signal 03 located at mileage 0.30 is located to left of
track it governs.
Junction with the Cartier Subdivision at mileage 0.03 Interlocking-Interlocking limits extend between Signals 03 and 04 Nickel
Subdivision, Signal 03B West leg of wye track, and Signals 795-1,
795-2, 798-1 and 798-2 Cartier Subdivision. When necessary to pass
interlocking signals indicating STOP, Rule 264 applies.
Movements over Elm Street, Sudbury, mileage 0.25, must not
exceed 10 M.P.H. between Circuit End sign west of crossing and sign
east of crossing until crossing is fully occupied.
Eastward trains must not exceed 15 M.P.H. approaching and
within 500 feet of Signal 12.
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited approaching public crossings
at grade between mileage 0.0 and mileage 0.82.
Eastward trains or engines stopping west of Regent Street, mileage 0.82 must manually start and stop crossing protection by use of
push buttons located in box on west end of signal case.
CN. JCT.
Trains may leave CN. Jct. without clearance.
MILEAGE 2.5
Engines or cabooses must not move under the hoppers or over
the scales on the two slag tracks at mileage 2.5; derail installed at
east end of these tracks.
MILEAGE 3.2
Railway Crossing at grade with International Nickel Co. at
mileage 3.2-Interlocking, Rule 605A does not apply. Movements
must not exceed 10 M.P.H. when approaching within 1000 feet of the
governing interlocking signal and within the interlocking limits.
CLARABELLE
Trains must obtain clearance at Clarabelle.
Crews must contact Inco Dispatcher from Clarabelle Station f/~Jjj
instructions before entering lower yard. Jr}}
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TIME TABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
13
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD CLASS
95
Freight
DaMy
75
Freight
Daily
WEBBWOOD
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
c8
oco
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS       FOURTH CLASS
912
Freight
Daily
94
Freight
DaMy
96
Freight
DaMy
0810
0825
0840
0710
0725
0740
o.o
2.2
4.7
5.4
11.3
18.3
T
5.4
0855
0910
0755
0810
21.4
25.6
33.0
.... SUDBURY   ...CKWXYZ
2.2
...CREOSOTE	
2.5
. COPPER CLIFF Z
0.7
... WAITERS 	
5.9
.. NAUGHTON	
7.0
.. WHITE FISH	
3.1
SJ
5430
14510
1840
3010
Yard
96
79
Nil
30
52
0430
0418
0405
1350
1338
1325
1700
1648
1635
0930
0830
0845
42.1
48.3
32.2
35.1;
40.6
42.7
47.0
JL
. VICTORIA MINE	
4.2
. WORTHINGTON	
7.4
 NAIRN Z
9.1
2370
2380
Nil
40
40
0353
0340
1314
1300
1624
1610
 McKERROW YZ
Jet. with Little Current Sub.
6.2
 WEBBWOOD KWYZ
NA
BD
3320
57
Yard
0320
0300
1240
1550
Daily
95
Daily
75
Rule 93a applies.
Daily
912
Daily
94
Daily
96
WEBBWOOD SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
MAXIMUM SPEED UNLESS OTHERWISE
RESTRICTED	
o
Permanent Slow Orders
Mileage
1.0 to 2.0
Location
On Curves   . .
40 M.P.H.
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
         30
SUDBURY - CREOSOTE - COPPER CLIFF
Trains must obtain clearance at Sudbury and may leave Watters
without clearance.
Yard movements between Sudbury, Creosote and Copper Cliff
will be on authority of the Terminal Supervisor at Sudbury. Before
authorizing yard movements in this area the Terminal Supervisor
must consult with the Webbwood Subdivision train dispatcher to
ensure there are no opposing movements.
Rule 105A does not apply at Creosote and Copper Cliff. Cars
must not be left in these sidings without permission of Terminal
Supervisor Sudbury.
Unless otherwise advised, eastward movements from beyond
Copper Cliff must contact the Terminal Supervisor at Sudbury for
yarding instructions before passing west switch Copper Cliff siding.
Crews must obtain permission from Inco Dispatcher through
Sudbury Terminal Supervisor before entering and leaving Copper
Refinery.
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited approaching public crossings
at grade between mileage 0.69 and mileage 4.71.
Movements must not exceed 10 M.P.H. through turnouts at east
end of west yard, Sudbury.
Westward trains or engines must not exceed 20 M.P.H. approaching and passing over Douglas Street public crossing Sudbury,
mileage 0.69, and westward trains or engines which have stopped or
are switching east of circuit end sign located 250 feet east of Douglas
Street, mileage 0.69, when proceeding must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until
crossing is fully occupied.
When the engine of an eastward movement which has left cars
west of Regent Street and has returned to the train, is less than 160
feet west of the crossing and is ready to again proceed over the
crossing, a member of the crew must manually operate the crossing
protection by pressing the push button marked "Start" in the box
located at the crossing. Westward trains or engines must not exceed
25 M.P.H. when approaching within 1400 feet of Regent Street
crossing, mileage 0.96.
Eastward trains or engines must not exceed 25 M.P.H. when
approaching within 1400 feet of Regent Street crossing, mileage 0.96,
and until movement reaches Douglas Street crossing, mileage 0.69.
Eastward movements which have stopped within 1400 feet of Regent
Street crossing must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until the crossing has been
reached.
Westward trains or engines which have stopped east of circuit
end sign located 560 feet east of Regent Street, mileage 0.96, when
proceeding must not exceed 10 M.P.H. until crossing is fully occupied.
Eastward trains or engines stopping in the vicinity of Cecutti's
private crossing, mileage 1.57, must stop west of circuit end sign
located 365 feet west of crossing. Trains or engines stopping between
the circuit end sign and the crossing must manually stop and start
crossing protection by use of push buttons located in box, which is
located on the northwest flasher standard. Instructions posted in box.
Derail located 3,681 feet from main track on Wavy Spur Track,
mileage 3.80. Southward movements may trail through derail. First
paragraph Rule 104 applies.
McKERROW
Switch leading to the siding extension at the West end of siding
McKerrow is to be left set for movement from siding to main track.
When in this position yellow light and target will so indicate.
Movements over highway crossing on wye McKerrow must be
protected by a member of the crew.
Continued on page 14
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TIME TABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
WEBBWOOD SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES-Continued
I
VICTORIA MINE SPUR
Northward—mileage 21.4 Webbwood Sub. to end of track
 3.5 miles.
Rule 105 applies. Maximum speed 15 M.P.H.
Diesel units or equipment higher than Ore cars must not
enter rock house at Crean Hill.
COPPER CLIFF INDUSTRIAL SPUR
Southward-mileage 4.8 Webbwood Sub. to end of track
 1.9 miles
Rule 105 applies. Maximum speed 15 M.P.H.
Movements over Industrial Road public road crossing
mileage 1.19 must stop at stop signs and a member of the crew
must manually operate crossing protection by pressing the
button marked start in the box located at the crossing.
Movements over Power Street public road crossing on
C.I.L. trackage Copper Cliff must not be made until movement has been stopped and protection provided by a member
of the crew.
PINELAND SPUR
Northward-mileage 34.1 Webbwood Sub. to end of track
 1.20 miles.
Rule 105 applies. Maximum speed 15 M.P.H.
Rule 34(A) of Form 582 applies.
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WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD CLASS
73
Freight
Daily
2
E
LITTLE CURRENT
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
I*
oco
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
74
Freight
Daily
0930
0935
0.0
1.8
y
3.0
. McKERROW RYZ
1.8
. ESPANOLA	
NA
1800
Nil
30
1240
1236
0945
1003
1013
6.5
15.2
18.7
4.7
1016
1031
1050
19.7
26.0
29.7
38.0
38.7
17.0
I
20.6
28.9
30.5
36.7
.ANDERSON LAKE	
8.7
 WEST RIVER	
3.5
.LAWSON QUARRY Z
  1.0 	
, WHITEFISH FALLS	
6.3
...BIRCH ISLAND	
3.7
, MOOREY Z
8.3
, TURNER RY
0.7
,. LITTLE CURRENT Z
1160
1510
18
24
Nil
1226
1208
1158
2340
1380
39
22
Nil
Yard
Yard
1155
1140
1120
Daily
73
Rule 93a applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Daily
74
C
LITTLE CURRENT SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
o
MAXIMUM SPEED UNLESS OTHERWISE
RESTRICTED        30 M.P.H.
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Mileage Location
0.4                Crossing     * 5
1.3  to  2.0         10
17.8  to 18.7         15
37.83 Within 350 feet of Highway
No. 68 crossing  *10
*Until crossing is fully occupied.
RESTRICTIONS
Six axle diesel units are prohibited on loop track Turner.
McKERROW
Movements over Highway Crossing located on wye McKerrow
must be protected by a member of the crew.
ESPANOLA
When switching Chlorine Dioxide Bleaching Plant of Eddy Forest Products Ltd., Espanola, reachers must be used and engine must
not enter the building.
With the exception of tank cars placed on the oil tracks for
unloading, cars or equipment must not be left standing within two
car lengths of the travelled portion of the Eddy Forest Products
private road crossing mileage 1.64.
Air brakes must be used when switching movements are made
n the following paper tracks in Paper Company's Yard at Espanola:
Track No. 1—Paper Loading Dock - 4 car track
Track No. 2-Paper Loading Dock -13 car track
Track No. 4-Unloading caustic soda - 1 car track
Track No. 6-Unloading lime, salt cake - 3 car track
LAWSON QUARRY
Box cars must not be placed in loading tracks Lawson Quarry.
TURNER
The position of the switch at Turner leading to swing bridge is
normal when set for main track Turner Yard.
Swing bridge mileage 38.27-Interlocking. Rule 605A does not
apply. Handles combined Railway and Highway traffic. Engines and
trains may pass over bridge without stopping provided signals indicate proceed and must not exceed 10 M.P.H. when approaching
within 500 feet of governing Interlocking signal and when passing
over bridge.
Movements on Loop track must not exceed 5 M.P.H.
Engine arriving Turner on No. 73 must retain all train orders
and may assume schedule of No. 74 and leave Turner without a
clearance.
CANADA CEMENT SPUR
Southward-mileage 29.7 Little Current Sub. to end of
track    1.6 miles.
Rule 105 applies. Maximum speed 15 M.P.H.
Movements over public highway, crossing Highway 68
must be protected by a member of the crew.
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WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
i
i
E
o
co
1
<o
1
mm
5
THESSALON
SUBDIVISION
M
■o.SP
S'mZ
CD
c
a-
1
CO
O
OJ
c
"■5
CO
ir
is
o?
oco
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
SECOND CLASS
911
Freight
Daily
912
Freight
Daily
STATIONS
0930
0950
1005
1015
0.0
10.3
18.3
23.5
1
1.5
  WEBBWOOD KWYZ
B  D
2280
Yard
38
Nil
27
0225
0201
0145
0134
10.3
 MASSEY	
8.0
  WALFORD 	
22.11
24.2J
5.2
  SPANISH  Z
1650
1025
1035
1042
28.6
35.2
39.2
 CUTLER	
Nil
Nil
30
0123
0113
0105
6.6
 SERPENT RIVER	
1800
4.0
 SPRAGGE..
53.0]
55.6j
1110
1129
54.3
64.4
 BLIND RIVER Z
2490
2545
42
43
0040
0024
10.1
 DEAN LAKE	
1147
1205
73.6
82.3
 DAYTON	
2470
3060
42
52
0008
2351
81.2\
83.2J
93.8\
95.6)
8.7
  THESSALON  Z
I
1226
94.7
 BRUCE Z
2450
41
2322
1238
1250
1300
101.7
110.2
116.1
 PORTLOCK	
2475
2350
2240
42
40
38
2312
2256
2244
8.5
   ISBESTER  	
5.9
  ECHO BAY 	
1310
1330
122.4
125.0
131.1
 GARDEN RIVER	
2180
36
Nil
Yard
2233
2225
125.0
t
2.6
 ROOT RIVER	
6.1
 SAULT STE. MARIE . .CKWYZ
S
....
Daily
911
Rule 93a applies.
Daily
912
THESSALON SPUR
Southward - mileage 82.6 Thessalon Sub. to end of
track 1.7 miles.
Rule 105 applies maximum speed 10 M.P.H.
Air brakes must be used at all times.
THE
SSALON SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES ON PAGE
17
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THESSALON SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
MAXIMUM SPEED UNLESS OTHERWISE
RESTRICTED          40 M.P.H.
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Mileage Location
40.0 to  41.0 On Curves            35
130.8 to 131.1               30
131.1 to 133.3       10
RESTRICTIONS
Six axle diesel units are prohibited on Downtown Spur Thessa-
lon.
SPRAGGE
Movements over public crossing (Highway 17) on the Ontario
Hydro Spur, mileage 42.7 must not be made until movement has
been stopped and protection provided by a member of the crew.
BLIND RIVER
Westward trains stopping on main track Blind River must stop
east of circuit end sign located 500 ft. east of Hanes Street crossing
mileage 54.45 and when proceeding must not exceed 10 M.P.H. until
crossing is fully occupied.
SAULT STE. MARIE
Eastward trains must obtain a clearance at Sault Ste. Marie and
may leave Root River without clearance.
Eastward movements having cleared crossing protection circuit,
Shannon Road, mileage 129.03 must not make reverse movement
Over crossing until a member of the crew manually operates crossing
rotection by use of push buttons in box located on north side west
of Texaco Spur switch. Movement must not be made until it is
known crossing protection is operating.
Eastward movements must not be made over Pirn and Church
Street crossings, mileages 130.93 and 130.87, until a member of the
crew has manually operated the protection by operating either of the
push buttons located east end of the station, or north side of track,
located 100 feet west of east switch.
Push buttons are located on west end of signal box for manual
operation of crossing protection at Bruce Street mileage 131.68.
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited approaching public crossings
at grade between mileage 126.07 and mileage 133.06.
Movements over McNabb Street on Texaco Spur must be protected by a member of the crew.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR MOVEMENTS
BETWEEN MILEAGES 133.3 AND 134.4
Maximum speed unless otherwise restricted 10 M.P.H.
Movements over bridge, mileage 134.06 are prohibited when
wind velocity is in excess of 50 M.P.H.
RESTRICTION
Diesel Units
Prohibited except    DRS 10a, units 8005-12 only.
DRS 10b, c, d,
DRS 12a, to 12c,
DS
6a to  6m,
8a to  8b,
9a,
10a to lOn, but not
including
units 7102-5,
SB
10b,
HS
5,
Rail Diesel Cars.
Single or double unit followed by at least 4 cars 177,000 lbs. or
less each.
Cars
Depressed Centre
C.P.R.
Series
Max. Gross Wt. lbs.
6 309925-9 265,000
8 309965-70 376,000
Six and eight-axle cars when loaded must be preceded and
followed by an idler having a gross weight not exceeding 52,000 lbs.
Ore Cars
No.
Axles
4
C.P.R.
Series
Max. Gross Wt. lbs.
From To
370000-377249 200,000 220,000
ONE car when loaded must be preceded and followed by two
cars with a gross weight each of not more than 142,000 lbs.
4 370000-377249 140,000 200,000
TWO cars when loaded must be preceded and followed by two
cars with a gross weight each of not more than 142,000 lbs.
4 370000-377249 41,000 140,000
(In strings)
Other Freight Cars
No.
Axles
Length
Feet
Max. Gross Wt. lbs.
From To
4 37 and longer, in strings 142,000 177,000
4 37 and longer, single 177,000 212,000
and preceded and followed by one car having a gross weight not
exceeding 177,000 lbs.
4 37 and longer, single 212,000 241,000
and preceded and followed by an idler having a gross weight not
exceeding 52,000 lbs.
Crane and Auxiliary
100 to 250 tons capacity prohibited.
Comb. Crane and Pile-Driver
25 to 100 tons 10 M.P.H. on bridges 133.28 to 134.38 except 414231
prohibited
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TIME TABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
1
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD CLASS
270
CNR
Mixed
Tues. Thurs.
and Sat.
MANITOUWADGE
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
■s.i.
la
oco
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD CLASS
269
CNR
Mixed
Tues. Thurs.
and Sat.
1130
S1215
0.0
9.8
19.6
28.0
34.6
40.0
2.1
. STRUTHERS.
.YZ
33.0
IIS
 AMWRI 	
9 8
 AGONZON	
8.4
 BAREHEAD	
6 6
, MANITOUWADGE .
5.4
, GECO	
M W
Nil
36
22
28
Yard
Nil
1100
SI 020
Tues. Thurs.
and Sat.
270
Rule 93a applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Tues. Thurs.
and Sat.
269
MANITOUWADGE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
MAXIMUM SPEEDS UNLESS OTHERWISE RESTRICTED
Miles per Hour
Mileage 0.0 to mileage 0.4     15
Mileage 0.4 to mileage 38.0     40
Mileage 38.0 to mileage 40.0     20
Six axle diesel units must not exceed 10 M.P.H. on Geco wye.
Trains to Heron Bay Subdivision may leave Struthers without
clearance. Rule 268 applies.
Trains to Manitouwadge Subdivision may leave Struthers and
Geco without clearance.
C.P.R. Timetable governs on joint track between Manitouwadge
and Geco.
Connection with C.N.R. at wye, mileage 39.6.
Yard limits Geco extend between yard limit sign located 2000
feet south switch Manitouwadge and yard limit sign located 3750 feet
north of north wye switch on C.N. track.
Stop Signs are located 100 yards south of south wye switch Geco
anb 300 yards north of north switch Manitouwadge. Trains or engines must not pass these signs without first contacting the operator
at Manitouwadge or train dispatcher Schreiber when operator not on
duty to obtain information regarding other movements in the area.
When returning to Geco, crews must report their arrival to the
operator at Manitouwadge or the train dispatcher at Schreiber.
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WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
r-
FIRST CLASS
185
Passenger
Daily
Passenger
Daily
<3
E
NEMEGOS
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
o
3.
<3
OCO
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
2
isseng
Daily
186
Passenger
Daily
1035
F1045
F1050
2305
0.0
7.9
11.5
F1100
F1103
F1120
20.0
22.5
31.3
36.6
SI 142
F1150
S1203
f0010
40.0
51.0
54.4
60.6
70.7
o
O
F1222
S1235
S1250
>0100
83.3
86.2
96.7
107.5
F1255
F1309
F1320
1330
0220
110.1
121.4
130.1
136.4
. CARTIER CKW
7.9
..BENNY	
3.6
STRALAK 	
■8.5
D  A
7796
Yard
Nil
139
0910
1755
F1740
F1733
..POGAMASING..
2.5
....SHEAHAN....
8.8
 FORKS	
5.3
...METAGAMA...
 3.4 	
  SINKER 	
11.0
  DREFAL 	
3.4
.. BISCOTASING ..
6.2
.... ROBERTS ....
10.1
 RAMSEY	
 12.6 	
 AUBREY	
2.9
. WOMAN RIVER .
10.5
 SULTAN	
10.8
 KORMAK	
• 2.6
7440
5940
132
Nil
105
Nil
F1715
F1710
F1649
5830
7744
6840
5990
103
138
Nil
121
106
*0730
SI 623
F1615
SI 600
5655
7790
100
Nil
138
Nil
*0640
F1537
S1519
S1458
KINOGAMA	
11.3
. NEMEGOS	
8.7
...DEVON	
CHAPLEAU CKW
5645
8233
9100
H  A
99
147
162
Yard
0555
F1454
S1440
F1419
1400
(
Daily
185
Daily
Daily
Daily
186
Passenger trains   	
Other trains and engines   	
Trains handling 6000 to 7500 tons
Trains handling over 7500 tons   . . .
MAXIMUM SPEEDS UNLESS OTHERWISE RESTRICTED
Miles per Hour
  75
  60
  55
  50
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Passenger    Other trains
Trains       and engines
45
Permanent Slow Orders
t
Mileage
0.0 to    4.8
4.8 to
6.3 to
11.1 to
13.2 to
13.9 to
19.1 to
19.3 to
24.3 to
24.7 to
30.6 to
32.5 to
35.6 to
38.1 to
39.2 to
41.6 to
43.5 to
49.7 to
50.0 to
53.5 to
55.7 to
57.6 to
61.5 to
62.2 to
64.5 to
Location
6.3
11.1
13.2
13.9
19.1
19.3
24.3
24.7
30.6
32.5
35.6
38.1
39.2
41.6
43.5
49.7
50.0
53.5
55.7
57.6
61.5
62.2
64.5
64.9
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curve
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curve
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
45
40
45
40
35
45
35
40
35
40
55
45
50
40
55
40
45
40
45
55
50
65
45
55
45
40
45
40
35
45
35
40
35
40
50
45
50
40
50
40
45
40
45
55
50
45
50
45
)IUN
ruu
MIMUIbS
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders—Cont'd.
Miles j
Passenger
>er Hour
Other trains
Mileage
Location
Trains
and engines
64.9 to
68.3
On Curves   	
55
55
68.3 to
73.5
On Curves   	
65
73.5 to
74.4
On Curves   	
50
50
74.4 to
75.3
On Curves   	
45
45
75.3 to
80.5
On Curves   	
60
80.5 to
80.8
On Curve    	
45
45
80.8 to
84.0
On Curves   	
50
50
84.0 to
84.3
On Curve    	
45
45
84.3 to
87.0
On Curves   	
55
55
87.0 to
88.5
On Curves   	
45
45
88.5 to
89.2
On Curves   	
40
40
89.2 to
90.6
On Curves   	
50
50
90.6 to
94.2
On Curves   	
60
94.2 to
95.2
On Curves   	
45
45
95.2 to
97.8
On Curve    	
60
97.8 to
98.9
On Curves   	
45
45
98.9 to
99.2
On Curve    	
40
40
99.2 to 100.2
On Curves   	
45
45
100.2 to 102.2
On Curves   	
50
50
102.2 to 106.1
On Curves   	
55
55
106.1 to 106.3
On Curve    	
50
50
106.3 to 108.7
On Curves   	
60
55
108.7 to 109.1
On Curve    	
45
45
109.1 to 111.8
On Curves   	
55
55
111.8 to 116.8
On Curves   	
45
45
116.8 to 126.8
On Curves   	
60
126.8 to 129.0
On Curves   	
50
50
129.0 to 129,7
On Curves   	
45
45
129.7 to 131.8
On Curves   	
65
131.8 to 134.0
On Curves   	
45
45
134.0 to
135.0
136.4
45
20
45
135.0 to
20
Continued on page 20
 20
TIME TABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
NEMEGOS SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES-Continued
RESTRICTIONS
Six axle diesel units are prohibited on the following tracks.
Eddy Forest Products Ltd., mileage 7.9.
CP Rail gravel pit, mileage 18.9.
Kormak Lbr. Co. Ltd., mileage 107.5.
Sheppard and Morse Ltd., mileage 129.7.
K. W. Bigelow Ltd. and W. B. Plaunt Ltd., mileage 130.1.
Island Lake Lbr. Co. Ltd., mileage 130.3.
Bigelow Lbr. Ltd., mileage 130.38.
Gulf of Canada Ltd., mileage 134.8.
All spur tracks between mileage 135.0 Nemegos Sub. and mileage 2.0
White River Sub.
Rules 263-273 apply on main track and sidings between Signal
1113 mileage 111.3 Cartier Sub. and Signal 14 White River Sub.
Exception to Rule 514 does not apply.
When entering sidings under Rule 265, Rule 99 for outside ABS
must be applied against opposing movements.
In the event a train is stopped by a STOP signal at a siding and
is unable to communicate with the dispatcher, a member of the crew
must proceed to the local control panel and there be governed by
instructions posted in the box.
The time of First Class trains applies at the station.
Following signals located to left of track they govern:
Eastward
Westward
06B (Dwarf)
684
13
837
34
702B (Dwarf)
107
899
88
828B (Dwarf)
139
939
108B (Dwarf)
856
207B (Dwarf)
973
178
962B (Dwarf)
317B(Dwarf)
991
194
1094B (Dwarf)
337
1035
226
1188
373
1079
252
1208B (Dwarf)
405B (Dwarf)
1105
308
1270
515B(Dwarf)
1125
394
1290B
529
1157
426
1344B (Dwarf)
711
1223
488
775
1245
600B (Dwarf)
809
1271
632
1307
Local Control CTC.
Return to train feature is effective on the main track between
switches at all sidings and terminals.
Return to train feature is effective in sidings at the following
locations only:
Ramsey     mileage  70.7
Sultan     mileage  96.7
Kinogama    .... mileage 110.1    East end.
Devon     mileage 130.1    East end.
Special Instruction "D" applies at:
Mileage   7.8    Benny
Mileage 134.7    Oil Co. Spur Chapleau
*No. 1 and No. 2 will stop on request at Sultan and Biscotasing
for revenue passengers only.
CARTIER
Lights located on the lead East end Cartier yard convey the
following information.
RED-Train approaching yard. Movements being made on lead
track will move clear of track in which train is to be yarded.
YELLOW-Departing train may proceed to leaving signal. (The
dwarf signal giving access to the main track).
BENNY
Maximum number of 70 ft. or longer cars to be pushed into
track mileage 7.8 at one time 10.
RAMSEY
Movements must not exceed 10 M.P.H. on Tree Length track
and before movements are made on this track a member of the crew
must inspect road crossings to ensure flangeways are clear.
Maximum number of 70 ft. or longer cars to be pushed into this
track at one time 20.
Eastward movements on main track stopping at station Ramse\
must stop west of the circuit end sign located 550 feet west of the
public road crossing, mileage 70.41 and must not exceed 10 M.P.H.
until crossing is fully occupied.
Movements over crossing on back track Ramsey mileage 70.7
must stop at STOP sign before crossing is occupied and be governed
by Rule 103 paragraph 8.
Rule 103, paragraph 8, applies over crossing on siding at Ramsey.
SULTAN
Trains leaving siding at east end of Sultan, mileage 96.7 must
not exceed 25 M.P.H. until public road crossing is fully occupied.
DEVON
Movements must not exceed 30 M.P.H. through siding Devon.
Movements on Bidelow Private track, Devon, mileage 130.1
must not exceed 15 M.P.H.
CHAPLEAU
When movements are authorized to pass signals 1343 or 1344
indicating STOP protection over Highway 101 crossing mileage 134.3
must be provided by a member of the crew.
Rule 103, paragraphs 8 and 9 apply on yard track and main
track respectively at Planer Road public crossing, mileage 0.76 White
River Subdivision.
X
 TIME TABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
21
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
f -
FIRST CLASS
WHITE RIVER
SUBDIVISION
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
185
Passenger
Daily
Passenger
Daily
E
o
3.
STATIONS
<3c75
2
iseng
Daily
186
Passenger
Daily
1400
F1413
F1425
0235
0.0
8.8
18.3
F1432
F1502
22.3
27.7
35.7
SI 520
S1551
*0330
*0350
43.8
50.0
57.9
F1608
SI 640
O
H
O
*0420
68.1
81.4
F1710
88.8
100.7
F1735
1800
0550
110.0
120.2
129.9
.. CHAPLEAU  CKW
8.8
 ESHER	
9.5
   MUSK  	
  4.0 	
..NICHOLSON	
5.4
... WAYLAND	
8.0
....BOLKOW	
  8.1  	
.... DALTON	
6.2
  CARRY 	
7.9
. MISSANABIE WY
 10.2 	
.. LOCHALSH 	
13.3
 FRANZ W
  7.4 	
...SWANSON	
11.9
.. GIRDWOOD	
  9 3 	
 AMYOT	
10.2
.... O'BRIEN	
9.7
. WHITE RIVER ... .CKWY
HA
7730
7674
Yard
137
136
0540
1330
F1300
F1247
7627
8008
Nil
135
142
F1240
F1221
4920
4735
7432
86
83
132
*0420
*0400
SI 206
SI 147
7690
5185
137
91
*0330
F1127
SI 105
7416
5195
132
91
F1030
7886
7829
WR
140
139
Yard
0225
F0950
0930
Daily
185
Daily
Daily
Daily
186
HO
WHITE RIVER SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
MAXIMUM SPEEDS UNLESS OTHERWISE RESTRICTED
Miles per Hour
  75
  60
  55
  50
Passenger trains   	
Other trains and engines   	
Trains handling 6000 to 7500 tons
Trains handling over 7500 tons  . . .
Permanent Slow Orders
Mileage
Location
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Passenger    Other trains
Trains       and engines
(
0.0 to
0.6
0.6 to
1.9
1.9 to
5.2
5.2 to
7.6
7.6 to
13.2
13.2 to
13.7
13.7 to
17.0
17.0 to
18.8
18.8 to
19.8
19.8 to
20.7
20.7 to
22.5
22.5 to
25.9
25.9 to
27.6
27.6 to
31.0
31.0 to
32.3
32.3 to
34.3
34.3 to
36.0
36.0 to
53.8
53.8 to
57.0
57.0 to
57.7
57.7 to
60.4
60.4 to
66.0
66.0 to
66.2
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curve
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
On Curve
20
40
45
50
60
55
50
65
50
40
50
45
50
55
40
50
45
40
45
40
45
50
45
20
40
45
50
55
50
50
40
50
45
50
55
40
50
45
40
45
40
45
50
45
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders-Cont'd.
Miles
per Hour
Passenger
Other trains
Mileage
Location
Trains
and engines
66.2 to
68.6
On Curves   	
60
68.6 to
71.1
On Curves   	
50
50
71.1 to
74.2
On Curves   	
40
40
74.2 to
78.5
On Curves   	
45
45
78.5 to
81.0
On Curves   	
40
40
81.0 to
81.5
On Curves   	
35
35
81.5 to
90.1
On Curves   	
45
45
90.1 to
92.5
On Curves   	
55
50
92.5 to
93.0
On Curves   	
45
45
93.0 to
96.3
On Curves   	
50
50
96.3 to
99.0
On Curves   	
45
45
99.0 to
99.6
On Curves   	
40
40
99.6 to 100.0
On Curves   	
45
45
100.0 to 104.1
On Curves   	
50
50
104.1 to 104.7
On Curves   	
45
45
104.7 to 106.5
On Curves   	
40
40
106.5 to 110.6
On Curves   	
50
50
110.6 to 112.0
On Curves   	
40
40
112.0 to 113.2
On Curves   	
45
45
113.2 to 115.1
On Curves   	
50
50
115.1 to 115.4
On Curve   	
45
45
115.4 to 115.9
On Curves   	
50
50
115.9 to 118.8
On Curves   	
55
55
118.8 to 119.2
On Curve   	
50
50
119.2 to 121.0
On Curves   	
55
55
121.0 to 123.4
On Curves   	
40
40
123.4 to 126.7
On Curves   	
55
55
126.7 to 127.5
On Curves   	
50
50
127.5 to 129.2
On Curves   	
40
40
129.2 to 129.9
On Curves   	
30
30
„A ~« n„„* 11
 22
TIMETABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
WHITE RIVER SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES-Continued
RESTRICTIONS
Six axle diesel units are prohibited on the following tracks:
All spur tracks between mileage 135.0 Nemegos Sub. and mileage 2.0
White River Sub.
Wye tracks, Missanabie, mileage 57.9.
Movements must not exceed 20 M.P.H. between mileage 135.0
Nemegos Sub. and mileage 0.6 White River Sub. and between mileage 0.0 and mileage 0.3 Heron Bay Sub.
Rules 263-273 apply on main track and sidings between Signal
1343 Nemegos Sub. and Signal 10 Heron Bay Sub. Exception to Rule
514 does not apply.
When entering sidings under Rule 265, Rule 99 for outside ABS
must be applied against opposing movements.
In the event a train is stopped by a STOP signal at a siding and
is unable to communicate with the dispatcher, a member of the crew
must proceed to the local control panel and there be governed by
instructions posted in the box.
The time of First Class trains applies at the station.
Following signals located to left of track they govern:
Eastward I Westward
36
812
63
591B (Dwarf)
158
842
97B (Dwarf)
767
178
884B
(Dwarf)
137
825B (Dwarf)
208
898
187B (Dwarf)
897
272
950
227
101 IB (Dwarf)
462
984
253
1053
496B (Dwarf)
1002
281B (Dwarf)
1105B (Dwarf)
578
1078
361B (Dwarf)
1121
632
1096
413
1207
654
1148
441B (Dwarf)
1277
674B (Dwarf)
1192B (Dwarf)
505
734
1222
798
1250
Local Control CTC.
Return to train feature is effective on the main track between
switches at all sidings and terminals.
Return to train feature is effective in sidings at the following
locations only:
Missanabie  . . mileage 57.9
Franz mileage 81.4
Swanson   . . . mileage 88.8
*No. 1 and No. 2 will stop on request at Dalton, Missanabie and
Franz for revenue passengers only.
*No. 185 and No. 186 will Flag Stop at mileage 17, mileage 88
and west switch Amyot, mileage 110.49.
POWER DISCONNECTING SWITCHES LOCATED
AS FOLLOWS AND CONTROL THE POWER IN
THE DIRECTION SHOWN:
Electric power is obtained from Great Lakes Power Company at
Missanabie and from Ontario Hydro at White River.
Eastward from Missanabie to Wayland.
Missanabie   — East pole or double pole structure at line from
Power Company, 8 poles east of mileage 58.0.
Carry — 4 poles west of west switch.
Mileage 41.0 — 3 poles west of mile post.
Bolkow — 2 poles west of west switch.
Wayland       - 20 poles west of east switch.
Westward from Missanabie to Lochalsh.
Missanabie   — West pole of double pole structure at line from
Power Company, 8 poles east of mileage 58.0.
Eastward from White River to Lochalsh.
White River - North fence of first transformer station west of
telecommunication building.
O'Brien - 26 poles west of east switch.
Amyot — 8 poles west of east switch.
Girwood       - 1 pole east of east switch.
Swanson       — 8 poles west of east switch.
Mileage 81.0 - at milepost 81.0.
Special Instruction "D" applies at:
Mileage 134.7 (Nemegos Sub.) Oil Co. Spur, Chapleau
Mileage     1.2    Martel Lbr. Co. spur
Mileage   58.2    East wye switch Missanabie
Mileage   58.4    West wye switch Missanabie
CHAPLEAU
Rule 103, paragraphs 8 and 9 apply on yard track and main
track respectively at Planer Road public crossing, mileage 0.76 White
River Subdivision.
FRANZ
Railway crossing at grade with A.C.R. mileage 81.4-Interlocking. Interlocking limits between Signal 813 and Signals 816, 816B.
Should STOP signals be encountered at interlocking at Franz,
communicate with the train dispatcher on telephone located on CTC
bungalow at east end of siding, at the north-west side of the diamond
or at westward interlocking Signal 813. Should dispatcher advise that
he is unable to clear signal for your train he will authorize train
movement under Rule 264. Should STOP signal be encountered at
Signal 813 and the telephone is found to be inoperative, westward
trains may proceed after application of Rule 672.
4^
 TIME TABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
23
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
c-
FIRST CLASS
Daily
2
HERON BAY
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
£o
m?
I
o
Is.
ca!§
OCO
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
Daily
0600
>0625
0.0
13.1
22.5
33.5
44.0
*0710
S0720
55.2
63.0
74.7
o
O
>0840
0905
82.4
92.0
98.2
109.9
118.3
WHITE RIVER
13.1
...BREMNER...
9.4
.... MOBERT
-11.0
...CKWY
WR
6185
6349
Yard
109
112
0215
*0135
 STRUTHERS	
Jet. with Manitouwadge Sub.
10.5
 PRINGLE	
-11.2
6250
6186
110
109
. HERONBAY	
7.8
MARATHON   W
11.7
. COLDWELL	
7.7
6891
6741
5898
122
119
104
*0040
F0030
.  MIDDLETON  	
9.6
  STEEL 	
6.2
...JACK FISH	
11.7
TERRACE BAY	
8.4
. SCHREIBER CKW
6077
6408
6915
7951
S C
107
113
123
141
Yard
*2315
2305
Daily
1
Daily
2
i
HERON BAY SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
MAXIMUM SPEEDS UNLESS OTHERWISE RESTRICTED
Miles per Hour
Passenger trains   	
Other trains and engines   	
Trains handling 6000 to 7500 tons   	
Trains handling over 7500 tons  	
Permanent Slow Orders
Mileage
u
0.0
0.3
2.8
3.3
5.8
6.2
8.8
12.5
15.2
16.1
18.5
19.1
22.5
26.1
27.8
30.7
31.3
1.7
34.3
to 0.3
to 2.8
to 3.3
to 5.8
to 6.2
to 8.8
to 12.5
to 15.2
to 16.1
to 18.5
to 19.1
to 22.5
to 26.1
to 27.8
to 30.7
to 31.3
to 31.7
to 34.3
to 34.9
Location
On Curves
On Curve
On Curves
On Curve
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curves
On Curve
On Curves
On Curves
  75
  60
  55
  50
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Passenger    Other trains
Trains       and engines
20
40
35
60
50
55
50
60
50
40
35
40
50
40
60
45
50
65
50
20
40
35
50
55
45
50
40
35
40
50
40
55
45
50
50
Permanent Slow Orders-Cont'd.
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Mileage
34.9 to  38.1
38.1 to
40.0 to
42.0 to
42.7 to
52.3 to
55.8 to
56.5 to
58.7 to
64.0 to
64.5 to
67.3 to
72.3 to
74.4 to
80.5 to
40.0
42.0
42.7
52.3
55.8
56.5
58.7
64.0
64.5
67.3
72.3
74.4
80.5
81.5
81.5 to
85.3 to
90.7 to
93.9 to
97.0 to
97.4 to
99.6 to 103.1
103.1 to 108.6
108.6 to 115.9
115.9 to 117.9
117.9 to 118.3
85.3
90.7
93.9
97.0
97.4
99.6
Passenger    Other trains
Location Trains       and engines
On Curves     60
On Curves     40 40
On Curves     45 45
On Curves     50 50
On Curves     65
On Curves     45 45
On Curves     40 40
On Curves     35 35
On Curves     55 55
On Curves     50 50
On Curves     55 55
On Curves     35 35
On Curves     30 30
On Curves     40 40
On Curves and Over
Bridge     30 30
On Curves     40 40
On Curves     45 45
On Curves     40 40
On Curves     45 45
On Curve      40 40
On Curves     45 45
On Curves     35 35
On Curves     40 40
On Curves     60
On Curves     35 35
  20 20
Continued on page 24
 24
TIME TABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
0
HERON BAY SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES-Continued
Rules 263-273 apply on main track and sidings between Signal
1295 White River Subdivision and Signal 04 Nipigon Subdivision.
Exception to Rule 514 does not apply.
When entering sidings under Rule 265, Rule 99 for outside ABS
must be applied against opposing movements.
In the event a train is stopped by a STOP Signal at a siding and
is unable to communicate with Train Dispatcher a member of the
crew must proceed to the local control panel and there be governed
by instructions posted in the box.
The time of First Class trains applies at the station.
Rock Fall and Slide Detectors are at the following locations
protected by CTC system signals as indicated. When necessary to
pass these signals as prescribed by Rules 291-292, movements must
be prepared to stop short of obstructions on the track.
Location
Between mileages Westward 695, 721.
71.21 and 73.32 Eastward 722, 742, 742B
Between mileages Westward 797.
81.10 and 81.75 Eastward 818, 818B
Following signals located to left of track they govern:
Eastward I Westward
Signals
126
176
220
280
330B (Dwarf)
434B (Dwarf)
526
548
630B (Dwarf)
818
976B (Dwarf)
1066
1088B (Dwarf)
1172 (Dwarf)
09B (Dwarf)
55
81
107
137B (Dwarf)
155
231B (Dwarf)
341
361
387
445
465
495
56IB (Dwarf)
609
663
721
771
83IB (Dwarf)
895
925B (Dwarf)
943
959
1039
1103
1153
Local Control CTC.
Return to train feature is effective on the main track between
switches at all sidings and terminals.
Return to train feature is effective in sidings at the following
locations only:
Mobert    mileage 22.7
Struthers    mileage 33.6
Marathon    mileage 63.0
Jack Fish   mileage 98.2
Terrace Bay   mileage 109.9
Special Instruction "D" applies at:
Mileage 110.29-Terrace Bay town spur.
*No. 1 and No. 2 will stop on request at Mobert, Heron Bay and
Terrace Bay for revenue passengers only.
HERON BAY
Bay.
[OJN BAY j
Rule 103, Paragraph 8, applies over crossing on siding at HerofW
MARATHON
When movements are authorized to pass signals 629 and 630
indicating stop protection over public crossing mileage 62.88 must be
provided by a member of the crew.
)
 TIME TABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
25
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
8
-5
C/>
E
2
<fl
at
I
NIPIGON
SUBDIVISION
JO
CO c
■o.5>
1
c
1
09
o
o>
c
'■5
CO
"5
8..
OCO
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
^                  FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
1
Passenger
Daily
2
Passenger
Daily
STATIONS
0915
0.0
9.4
O
O
(
f SCH
REIBER CKW
9.4
R1TJM  	
s c
6685
Yard
118
2255
    SI
21.7
29.1
32.3
 PAYS PLAT	
6685
118
Nil
111
7.4
  CAVERS 	
3.2
 GRAVEL	
6290
42.6
54.3
  DUBLIN 	
6235
6275
110
111
11.7
 FIREHILL	
S1035
*1045
63.3
68.3
72.4
81.0
 NI]
PIGON	
5.0
)ROCK	
4.1
HP! WOOD	
..Y
.W
6385
6260
6267
113
Nil
111
111
S2115
*2105
 REE
  SPRTT
8.6
.... HTTRKETT	
    RO
92.9
102.4
11 .y
WKER  	
6235
6425
110
114
9.5
 LOON	
    MAC
114.2
121.1
KENZIE   	
6493
7643
115
136
6.9
   NAVILUS  	
5.4
1235
1240
1310
126.5
128.5
132.9
 CURRENT RIVER VX
V Jet. with C.N.R.
2.0
V THUNDER BAY NORTH    VX
Jet. with C.N.R.
4.4
 THUNDER BAY .CKVWZ
(i
>  30
CD
CO
5'
3
U N
Nil
Yard
Yard
1955
1950
1930
J2
o
o
3
-J
h
Daily
1
Daily
2
MAXIMUM SI
Passenger trains
Other trains anc
Trains handling
Trains handling
Perman
Mileage
0.0 to  0.21
0.21 to  3.5
3.5 to    4.9
4.9 to    7.9
7.9 to    8.8
8.8 to    9.4
9.4 to   14.5
14.5 to   19.0
19.0 to  22.5
22.5 to  22.9
22.9 to   25.0
25.0 to  27.1
27.1 to  28.6
28.6 to   28.8
28.8 to   31.6
31.6 to   32.2
32.2 to   34.8
34.8 to   35.6
35.6 to   37.1
37.1 to  40.5
P«).5to  41.9
J^Jl.9to  44.9
44.9 to  45.4
45.4 to  48.0
48.0 to  49.7
49.7 to   53.8
>E]
w
EDS UNLESS OT]
iipigou
HERWISE 1
1 SUBDIVI
RESTRICTED
Miles per Hour
75
60
55
50
Miles per Hour
Other trains
and engines
20
40
35
45
40
45
55
40
50
40
45
40
35
45
55
45
55
40
45
50
45
55
45
40
45
50
SIOIM F01
Permanent Sic
Mileage
53.8 to   54.3
54.3 to   59.7
59.7 to   63.2
63.2 to  65.5
65.5 to  67.0
67.0 to   67.7
67.7 to  68.5
68.5 to   87.3
87.3 to   88.0
88.0 to   89.9
89.9 to  94.3
94.3 to  94.6
94.6 to  95.5
95.5 to   98.1
98.1 to  99.6
99.6 to 100.0
100.0 to 101.3
101.3 to 104.1
104.1 to 104.5
104.5 to 105.5
105.5 to 111.0
111.0 to 113.0
113.0 to 115.9
115.9 to 116.6
116.6 to 126.5
126.5 to 127.4
127.4 to 130.0
130.0 to 132.9
127.39
128.6
•Until
DTNOTES
>w Orders-Cont'd.
Location
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Passenger    Other trains
Trains       and engines
45                  45
60
45                  45
55                  55
45                  45
50                 50
55                 55
70
45                  45
50                  50
60
55                  55
45                 45
55                  55
50                 50
45                  45
.55                  55
65
50                  50
55                  55
65
55                  55
65
55                  55
60
45                  45
25                  25
30                  30
•25               *25
• 10               *10
Continued on page 26
On Cui
On Cm
On Cm
On Cui
OnCui
On Cm
On Cu
On Cm
On Cui
On Cui
On Cui
On Cu
On Cui
On Cui
On Cui
On Cu
On Cm
On Cui
On Cu
On Cui
On Cui
On Cui
On Cui
On Cui
On Cui
Both Ti
ves   	
6000 to 750C
over 7500 ton
f»«t Slow ClrAt
tons
ves   	
LS
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crossing is fully occupied.
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NIPIGON SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES-Continued
a
RESTRICTIONS
Rules 263-273 apply on main track and sidings between Signal
1171 Heron Bay Subdivision and Signal 1266 at Current River.
Exception to Rule 514 does not apply.
When entering sidings under Rule 265, Rule 99 for outside ABS
must be applied against opposing movements.
In the event a train is stopped by a STOP Signal at a siding and
is unable to communicate with Train Dispatcher, a member of the
crew must proceed to the local control panel and there be governed
by instructions posted in the box.
The time of First Class trains applies at the station.
Rock Fall and Slide Detectors are at the following locations
protected by CTC system signals as indicated. When necessary to
pass these signals as prescribed by Rule 291, movements must be
prepared to stop short of obstruction on the track.
Location
Between mileages 25.14 & 26.30
Between mileages 27.05 & 27.28
Between mileages 27.28 & 28.32
Between mileages 66.45 & 66.98
Signals
Westward 243
Westward 269
Westward 269
Westward 659
Eastward 272
Eastward 272
Eastward 300
Eastward 678
Following signals located to left of track they govern:
Eastward i Westward
88B (Dwarf)
696
25
751
210B (Dwarf)
718
49
815B (Dwarf)
372
782
223
935
402
804
327B (Dwarf)
1029B (Dwarf)
420
870
433B (Dwarf)
1085
538
924B (Dwarf)
517
1147B (Dwarf)
568
978
549B (Dwarf)
1219B (Dwarf)
590
1134
639
1307
608
1266B
729B (Dwarf)
628B (Dwarf)
Local Control CTC.
Return to train feature is effective on the main track between
switches at all sidings and terminals.
Return to train feature is effective in sidings at the following
locations only:
Gravel   .... mileage 32.3, East end.
Nipigon   . . . mileage 63.3
Sprucewood    mileage 72.4
Special Instruction "D" applies at; mileage 120.7—Ontario Hydro Spur.
*No. 1 and No. 2 will stop on request at Red Rock for revenue
passengers only.
NIPIGON
Rule 103, Paragraph 8, applies over crossing on siding, Nipigon.
Eastward trains and engines stopping at Nipigon Station must
stop west of the circuit end sign located 125 feet west of the public
crossing, mileage 63.08, and when proceeding must not exceed 4
M.P.H. until crossing has been reached.
RED ROCK
Semi-automatic interlocked crossover connection with Canadian
National Railways at Red Rock, mileage 68.3. Movement must stop
at respective stop sign and a member of crew then proceed to the
crossover connection and unlock box marked switches. If lights in-^
cheating approach of C.N.R. trains are lighted and no train is s&    *
approaching, he will open the switch and then be governed by RUy^J
104C. If lights indicating approach of the C.N.R. trains are not
lighted and no train is seen approaching, a member of crew will open
switch then comply with the requirements of Rule 104C which includes instructions to wait three minutes after opening switch before
proceed signal may be given for his movement to proceed. Rules 672
and 104C modified to this extent, C.N.R. telephone located at crossover connection.
Continued on page 27
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NIPIGON SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES-Continued
A direct telephone to the Domtar gatehouse is located on pole
on south side of track, west end of Red Rock Station platform.
Before leaving Red Rock for Domtar trackage, conductors must
ensure contact is made with Domtar gateman to ascertain location of
the Domtar diesel and to advise the crew he is enroute to Domtar
yard trackage. Confirmation must be received from the gateman that
Domtar crew has been advised of approaching movement. In the
event direct telephone communication fails or Domtar diesel cannot
be contacted by gateman, conductor must contact Schreiber train
dispatcher for further instructions.
Movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. over bridge and in Domtar Yard, Red Rock, mileage 68.3
After movement has been made through the crossover, whether
entering or leaving Domtar yard, all switches including electric
switch lock and derail are to be restored to normal position and
secured.
The switch leading to Domtar tracks located just north of bridge
is normal when lined for C.N.R. yard, and is to be left in this
position.
To avoid excessive operation of crossing protection Highway
628, mileage 68.15, Eastward trains or engines stopping or leaving
cars on main track must be west of circuit end sign located 570 feet
west of crossing and when proceeding must not exceed 10 M.P.H.
until crossing is fully occupied.
THUNDER BAY TERMINALS
Eastward trains must obtain clearance at Thunder Bay and may
leave Current River without clearance.
•^^ C.N.R. movements between Current River and Thunder Bay
f )rth must not enter on nor foul a main track except by signal
Ik^aication or until permission has been received from the train dispatcher. When so authorized and provided ABS is in operation, such
movements may be made with the current of traffic on the time of
superior trains. This instruction does not relieve crews from complying with Rule 512 at the junction switch, Thunder Bay North.
Observance of Rule 99 is not required when protected by Signal
1265, except when signals are declared inoperative.
Provided fixed signals indicate proceed, movements may be
made with the current of traffic between Thunder Bay and Current
River on the time of superior trains, provided such movements are
kept sufficiently clear to avoid delay.
t
Automatic protected Public Crossing at Grade mileage 126.5
Nipigon Subdivision, (Park Road). Westward movements authorized
to pass a stop signal on Nipigon Subdivision or C.N.R. Kinghorn
Subdivision must use push-button control and ensure gates are horizontal before obstructing crossing. Approaching movements from
Provincial Lead must not exceed 5 M.P.H. within 250 feet and must
ensure gates are horizontal before obstructing crossing.
Automatic protected public crossing at grade, Cameron Street,
mileage 128.4 Nipigon sub. After using yard track switch or crossover
switches on either side of the crossing, movement must not exceed 5
M.P.H. when approaching and within 250 feet of crossing and ensure
gates are horizontal before occupying the crossing. Movements on
yard track must not exceed 5 M.P.H. when approaching and within
250 feet of crossing and ensure gates are horizontal before obstructing the crossing.
Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R., mileage 130.1-Interlocking. C.N.R. train dispatcher Winnipeg controls all movements, and
telephones are located at all interlocking signals and near bungalow.
Should interlocking signal indicate STOP, contact dispatcher for
instructions. If communication fails or if dispatcher authorizes movement to pass interlocking signal indicating STOP, the requirements
of Rule 672 must be observed. Knife switch located in box on
bungalow. Switches within interlocking limits are dual control and
Paragraph 2, Rule 104B applies.
Thunder Bay yard limits extend from yard limit sign at Current
River on Nipigon Subdivision to mileage 2.3 on the Kaministiquia
Subdivision.
A minimum of three hand brakes must be placed on cars east
end of all tracks in "E" train yard Thunder Bay.
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited approaching public crossings
at grade between mileage 123.84 Nipigon Sub. and mileage 3.2 Kaministiquia Sub.
Unless authorized by Form "R" train order, movements against
the current of traffic within yard limits Thunder Bay must not be
made except as authorized by the Yardmaster.
Nipigon Sub. ABS Signals 1326 and 1318 are of the dwarf type.
Rules 281, 285 and 291 apply.
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INSTRUCTIONS GOVERNING THE MOVEMENTS OF TRAINS
BY ELECTRIC STAFF BLOCK SYSTEM
RULES 301, 302, 303 APPLY
1. The staff system has two functions, as follows:-
1st-ABSOLUTE BLOCK: a Block in which but one train is permitted at a time. It is governed by an ABSOLUTE STAFF,
which is a steel rod turned into rings.
2nd-PUSHER BLOCK: A block in which a pusher engine is permitted to enter and assist in movement of trains. It is
governed by a PUSHER STAFF of special design.
2. A train must not enter a block until a staff has been delivered to the conductor or engineman, as the case may be, by the
operator on duty.
3. When yard, or station limits extend to a point within staff territory, switching movements may be made within these limits
without securing a staff, keeping clear of first and second class trains.
4. At a staff station where a pusher engine is required to assist a train through a portion of a block, a special pusher attachment
will be provided, and the engineman of the pusher engine will receive from the operator, a special pusher staff. This special
staff gives the engineman of the pusher engine the right to enter a block and after assisting the train the required distance,
return to the station and immediately deliver the special staff to the operator, who must insert it in the holder.
5. When two or more engines, coupled, are to be moved through a block accompanied by a conductor, the staff must be shown to
the engineman by the conductor, who will ride on the rear engine. If no conductor, the engineman of the rear engine must
obtain and handle the staff in the manner prescribed for the conductor. When two trains coupled are to be moved through a
block, conductor of rear train must handle staff.
6. Regular trains entering a block must be registered according to their classification.
7. In the event of a portion of a train being left in a block, the conductor must retain possession of the staff until all cars in his
train are clear of the block.
8. Except where an automatic attachment is installed, the operator must take the staff out of the holder and deliver it to the
conductor whose duty it will be to show it to the engineman, who must not leave a staff station until he has seen the staff. The
conductor must retain possession of the staff until the train has passed through and cleared the block, when he will deliver it to
the operator who must immediately insert it in the holder. The staff must not be transferred from one train to another. At a
staff station where an operator is not employed, an automatic attachment will be provided, and when a staff is required for a
train to enter a block, it must be obtained from the holder by the conductor, or engineman, as the case may be, of such train,
and on arrival of a train at such staff station, the staff must be deposited in the holder by the conductor or engineman, as the
case may be, observing special instructions as to the manner of such operation, which are posted at such station.
9. If one block adjoins another block, or if there is an unattended siding in a block, the staffs will have engraved on them the
names of the stations at the ends of the block which they govern, and the conductor or engineman, as the case may be, must
know that the properly engraved staff is delivered to him before entering a block.
10. When, owing to the balance of traffic being in one direction, there is an accumulation of staffs at one end of the block, they
may be transferred to the other end under the direction of the Assistant Superintendent, or Chief Train Dispatcher. When
transferring staffs from one instrument to another, an even number of staffs must always be taken. This even number of staffs
must not include the staff to be used for the train movement at the time the transfer is being made. In making such a transfer
of staffs, the necessary even number of staffs must be taken from the instrument, the instrument locked up and then tested,
after which the staff for the train must be taken out in the regular manner by the operator.
11. In the event of the staff system becoming inoperative, a staff overcarried or lost, or from any cause the system is disabled, the
movement of trains through the block must be governed by time table, train orders, and Uniform Code of Operating Rules.
12. All trains must, unless otherwise arranged, obtain clearance before leaving the last station of the territory controlled by electric
staff block system.
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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
A-INSTRUCTIONS FOR CHANGING RAILWAY TIME
Whenever reference is made to Standard Time in the Uniform Code of Operating Rules, Special Instructions and Form CS44, it
also applies to Daylight Saving Time wherever and whenever it is in effect.
In order that action will be uniform in making the change in time, watches and clocks must be changed as follows:
TO CHANGE FROM STANDARD TO DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
At 0200 Standard Time, on the date time changes, watches and clocks must be ADVANCED one hour to indicate 0300,
Daylight Saving Time.
TO CHANGE FROM DAYLIGHT SAVING TO STANDARD TIME
At 0200 Daylight Saving Time, on the date time changes, watches and clocks must be TURNED BACK one hour to indicate
0100 Standard Time.
OPEN TRAIN ORDER OFFICES AND OPEN DESIGNATED STANDARD CLOCK LOCATIONS
After standard clocks have been set for new time, time must be compared with the Train Dispatcher before resuming normal
duties.
CLOSED TRAIN ORDER OFFICES AND CLOSED DESIGNATED STANDARD CLOCK LOCATIONS
Standard clocks must be set for new time immediately the office is opened. After clocks have been set for new time, time must
be compared with the Train Dispatcher before resuming normal duties.
EMPLOYEES ON DUTY AND COMING ON DUTY
All employees required to carry a railway grade watch and all other employees concerned in train movements on duty at 0200
on the date time changes, or as they come on duty after that hour, must change their watch to conform with the new time.
CONDUCTORS:   Must compare watch immediately with rear trainmen on freight trains, all trainmen and baggagemen on
passenger trains and with the engineman at the first opportunity.
ENGINEMEN:      Must compare watch immediately with all members of the crew on the engine and with their conductors at
the first opportunity.
YARD CREWS:     Must compare watches immediately with all members of the crew.
OTHERS: Must compare time:
(a) With designated standard clock or
(b) With the train dispatcher or
(c) With an employee who has complied with (a) or (b) above.
B-MAXIMUM SPEEDS FOR DIESEL UNITS AS GOVERNED BY TRACTION MOTOR GEARING
Class M.P.H. Class M.P.H.
All rail diesel cars  90 DRF-22, DRF-25,*DRF-30a, b, g, h, j, k, m, n, p.   . . 65
DPA-15,   DPA-17  89 DRS-12, DRS-15, DRS-17, DRS-20     65
DPA-22  85 DS-8, DS-9, DS-12  65
DFA-15b, DFA-16, DFB-15b, DFB-16  75 DRS-lOb, DS-6, DS-10, SB-10  60
DRF-24, *DRF-30c, d, e, f, *DRF-36  75 HS-5     35
DRS-lOc, d, DRS-16, DRS-18, *DRS-24  75 *DRS-24, DRF-30, DRF-36 restricted to freight train
DFA-15c, d, e, f, DFB-15c, d, e, DFB-17  65 speed on curves.
D-In territory where Rules 263-273 are effective, trains must not clear the main track at non-electrically locked hand operated
switches at the locations listed in the Subdivision footnotes of timetable. When switching movements are made through such
switches, the switch must be left open until switching completed and movement has returned to the main track.
E-In addition to the requirements of Rule 90A, crews equipped with end-to-end radios at the front and rear of trains will
communicate with each other, when practicable, as prescribed by Form CS44, Section 2, Item 4.1.
F-(Rule 5) Unless otherwise specified by train order or other special instructions ... AT TERMINATING STATIONS
arriving time of first class trains applies at the station, of all other trains at the first main track switch where trains can enter siding
or yard tracks, if no such switch, time applies at the station. Trains may be yarded or final stop made on the main track at or before
arriving time shown in Timetable.
AT INITIAL STATION leaving time of first class trains applies at the Station, of all other trains at the last main track switch
where trains can leave siding or yard tracks, if no such switch, time applies at the station.
G-Movements occupying timed circuits approaching interlocking for periods in excess of that specified in subdivision time
table footnotes, must proceed prepared to find interlocking signal displaying 'STOP' indication.
H-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-The use by employees subject to duty of mood altering agents or their possession while on duty, is prohibited except as
prescribed by a Doctor. In addition each employee taking medication as prescribed by a Doctor, or otherwise, is responsible for
taking only such amount as will ensure that he or she does not become incapacitated for work and if by prescription, no more than
the amount prescribed at the intervals prescribed.
J-Instructions for movement of Freight Cars having a gross weight up to 263,000 pounds are specified in subdivision footnotes
and Equipment Authorization Chart. Authority for movement of Freight Cars having a gross weight in excess of 263,000 pounds
must be secured from the Superintendent.
K-Main track switches may be equipped with reflectorized lenses or targets of the prescribed colours in lieu of lights, and yard
limit signs may be reflectorized in lieu of lights.
Continued on page 30
 30 TIME TABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS-Continued
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 full haulage capacity 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 mamtaining brake valve. Otherwise Rule 34(a) Form 582 applies.
Rule 34 of Form 582 does not apply to Rail Diesel Cars.
M-FLAGGING INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROTECTION OF MEN AND MACHINES
When men and machines are to be worked on or near the track and before the track is made unsafe for movements at normal
speeds, protection may be provided as follows:
(a) By day place a red flag and, in addition, by night a red light between the rails at least 200 yards in each direction from the
defective point or working area, WHICH MAY BE AT ANY LOCATION WITHIN THE LIMITS STATED IN THE
TRAIN ORDER, and place torpedoes on each rail to cause one explosion 200 yards beyond the red signals, also;
(b) By day place a yellow over red flag and, in addition, by night a yellow light and a red light at least 3000, but not more than
4000 yards in each direction from the defective point or working area, to the right of the track as seen from an approaching
train and place torpedoes not more than 100 nor less than 50 yards apart to cause two explosions 200 yards beyond the
yellow over red flag, also;
(c) By day place a green flag and, in addition, by night a green light in each direction immediately beyond the defective point
or 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:-(l) The red signal must not be removed except as authorized by the Foreman in charge.
(2) Torpedoes prescribed by Clauses (a) and (b) shall be replaced by Maintenance of Way employees.
(3) This Special Instruction must not be used where either Rules 41 or 44 apply.
(4) Rules 45 and 46 apply.
(e) The Maintenance of Way employee providing the protection required under Clause (b) must each be equipped for day
time with-
-a yellow over red flag mounted on staffs
-a supply of torpedoes, and in addition for night time and when weather or other conditions obscure day signals
with-
a red light
a yellow light
a supply of matches
and must not return until recalled or relieved.
Train order advice must be issued in conjunction with these Flagging Instructions as follows: L \
"Men and machines working    until    between mileage    and     (    A j
mileage	
Protection when required will be provided under time table Special Instruction M."
NOTE:-(l) The Foreman must be advised of the limits and times specified in the order.
(2) WORKING AREA SHOULD BE AS SHORT AS PRACTICABLE, TO BE CHANGED AS THE PROGRESS OF THE WORK MAY REQUIRE.
M l.-WHEN PROVIDING PROTECTION UNDER RULES 40, 41, 42 AND TIMETABLE SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
"M" AND "Y". THE FOLLOWING WILL APPLY.
(a) 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-
(b) If the main track is clear up to a specified point, the train may be permitted to proceed to that point where it must stop and
wait further instructions.
(c) Speed restrictions and any instructions given a train under (b), must be authorized by foreman in charge, must be in writing
and not delivered until the train has been brought to a stop.
The requirements of (c) do not apply when protection is provided under train order Form Y Example 2, 3 or 4 and radios
are functioning.
M 2.-PROTECTION OF TRACK UNITS AND MAINTENANCE WORK AT CONTROLLED INTERLOCKED RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE AND DRAWBRIDGES.
In conjunction with U.C.O.R. Rules 623 and 625, a separate Track Occupancy Permit may be used to protect Track Units and
Maintenance Work at CONTROLLED interlocked railway crossings at grade and drawbridges.
Form 3815, Regulations for the Protection of Track Units and Maintenance Work, is modified accordingly.
N-PROTECTION FOR AND MOVEMENT OF TRACK UNITS ONLY WHEN ACCOMPANIED BY A CONDUCTOR,
YARD FOREMAN OR OPERATING OFFICER.
Hi Rail Equipment, Burro Cranes and other similar Track Units cannot be depended on to operate signal systems and certain
other Track Units will definitely not operate signal systems. Such Track Units must be operated and protected by one of the
following procedures:
(a) AS PRESCRIBED BY RULES 40, 41, 42, or modifications thereof contained in Special Instructions.
(b) TIME TABLE AND TRAIN ORDER TERRITORY (INCLUDING TERRITORY WHERE RULES 251-257 APPLY).
Time Table and Train order authority may be used for the operation of the following Track Units:-
Burro Cranes
Wickham Track Inspection Cars
Hi Rail Equipment -self propelled machines equipped for highway and rail operation.
Railway Equipment—self propelled machines that can be normally handled on their own wheels in the consist of a train.
Continued on page 31
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 TIMETABLE No. 56, OCTOBER 28th, 1979 31^
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS-Continued
WITHIN ABS TERRITORY:
The exception in Rule 86 Within ABS Territory does not apply.
Unless the Track Unit is continuously coupled to a standard railway car:-
-Rule 99 OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY (at least 2000 yards) must apply.
-Yard Limits, Station Limits and Station Protection Signals do not afford protection.
-Rules 281 to 293 inclusive do not apply. Movements must be made at a speed that will permit stopping within one half of
the range of vision except when a report has been received of the arrival of ALL preceding trains at a station ahead.
OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY
In the application of Rule 99, the flagman must go back at least 2000 yards.
TRACK UNIT SPEED
Time Table authorized maximum speed for other than passenger trains or specified speed for type of Track Unit will apply,
whichever is the lesser.
(c) WITHIN CENTRALIZED TRAFFIC CONTROL (CTC) AND INTERLOCKINGS AND TO MOVE OVER RAILWAY
CROSSINGS AT GRADE AND DRAWBRIDGES
Track Units must be operated and protected as prescribed by Form 3815, Regulations for the Protection of Track Units and
Maintenance Work. See Time Table Pages 31, 32, 33 and 34.
Train Dispatcher or Signalman must, when practicable, line track switches against potential conflicting movements and in
addition, when practicable, line signals away from the protected limits.
(d) POWER OPERATED SWITCHES
Track Units must not exceed 4 MPH over power operated switches and must not be allowed to stand on the switch points
while the switch is in the "Power" position.
(e) PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE PROTECTED BY SIGNALS AND/OR GATES
Track Units must come to a full stop before crossing is occupied. Movement over crossing must be protected by a flagman
unless it is known the signals have been operating for at least 20 seconds or the gates are horizontal when crossing is
reached.
Automobile track inspection cars must approach crossing prepared to stop and may then proceed over crossing as the way is
seen to be clear.
0-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) TIMETABLE AND TRAIN ORDER TERRITORY (INCLUDING TERRITORY WHERE RULES 251-257 APPLY):
By timetable and train order authority. Train order protection as provided by forms "H" or "U".
(b) WITHIN ABS TERRITORY:
| When flag protection is required, protection as prescribed by Rule 99 OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY must be provided.
Yard Limits, Station Limits and Station Protection Signals do not afford protection.
The exception in Rule 86 within ABS Territory does not apply.
(c) WITHIN CTC TERRITORY:
By Rule 266. When flag protection is required, protection as prescribed by Rule 99 OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY must be
provided.
(d) WITHIN INTERLOCKINGS EXCEPT AT RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE AND DRAWBRIDGES:
The provisions of Rule 266 apply. When flag protection is required, protection as prescribed by Rule 99 OUTSIDE ABS
TERRITORY must be provided.
(e) THROUGH INTERLOCKED RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE AND DRAWBRIDGES EXCEPT AUTOMATIC
INTERLOCKINGS:
STOP before passing signal governing movements into Interlocking (WHETHER OR NOT SIGNAL INDICATES
PROCEED). Obtain authority or hand signal from Signalman who must first provide protection by blocking levers
controlling signals governing movements on or conflicting with the authorized route at STOP. Signalman must not remove
lever blocks nor permit any train or engine to pass such signals until employee in charge has reported clear of Interlocking
Limits.
(f) THROUGH AUTOMATIC INTERLOCKINGS:
Regardless of indication of the governing interlocking signal, the knife switch referred to in Rule 672 must be opened and
kept open until movement has passed the interlocking signal governing movement in the opposite direction.
(g) OVER PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE PROTECTED BY AUTOMATIC DEVICES:
Crossing to be protected by a member of the crew unless it is known that the automatic protection has been operating for at
least twenty seconds or the gates are horizontal when crossing is reached.
(h) OVER POWER OPERATED SWITCHES:
Movement must not exceed four miles per hour.
P-MOVEMENT OF CRANES, COMBINATION CRANE-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
Division, Conductors, Enginemen and all concerned with a movement must be given complete instructions regulating the same.
Cranes exeeding 25 tons 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.
Continued on page 32
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SEPARATION of Equipment.
Cranes up to 150 tons capacity
Combination Crane-Pile Drivers
Cranes of 200 to 250 tons capacity
25
414600 to 414607 incl.
30
414225
40
414231
100
414325
200
414470 to 414480 incl.
250
414500 to 414503 incl.
250
414650
150
414400 to 414402 incl.
Combination Crane-Pile Driver Series
30
414203 to 414205 incl
30
414207 to 414215 incl
31
414200 to 414202 incl
31
414206
40
414230
40/50      414216 to 414218.
Scale Test Car Series
420925 to 420928 incl.
Self Propelled Hi-Rail Cranes Series
50
414000
60
414025 to 414027 incl
100
414030 and 414031
110
414032
Over 25
20
25 or less
15
40 or over
35
30 to 35
25
25 or less
Permissible Freight
Train speed
Over 25
25
25 or less
15
Over 25
25
25 or less
15
40 or over
35
30 to 35
25
25 or less
Permissible Freight
Train speed
60 or over
60
55 or less
Permissible freight
Train speed
30 or over
30
25 or less
5 less than permissible
freight train speed
Rail
All Turnouts
Forward direction
5
25 M.P.H. maximum.
Permissible freight train
speed if less than 25 M.P.H.
Reverse direction
5
15 M.P.H. maximum.
Permissible freight train
speed if less than 15 M.P.H.
d
SPECIAL iNSTRUCTXONS-Continued
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 less weight where authorized.
To be separated from other equipment by one car
of not more than 142,000 pounds gross weight.
Cars used for separation must have a length greater than 37 feet over strikers.
Unless Otherwise
Where Authorized                Mentioned in Footnotes,
Freight Train                  Trains Moving Equipment
Cranes                                                                                                                       Speed is                             Must Not Exceed
Capacity Tons Crane Series M.P.H.  M.P.H.
Q-ORE AND OTHER OPEN TOP CARS
Trains handling ore cars, series 370000 to 377249 inclusive, short ballast cars 368443 to 368543 inclusive, and foreign cars 30
feet or less in length must not exceed 30 M.P.H. when loaded and 25 M.P.H. when empty on Nemegos, White River, Heron Bay,
Nipigon, Cartier, Parry Sound, North Bay, Webbwood and Thessalon Subdivisions, 25 M.P.H. when loaded and 20 M.P.H. when
empty on Nickel and Little Current Subdivisions and 20 M.P.H. when loaded and 15 M.P.H. when empty on all other subdivisions.
Trains handling pulpwood loaded on flat cars or other open top cars (except bulkhead flat cars with tie-down chains and side
stakes) must not exceed 30 M.P.H.
Covered hopper cars in series CP 381900 to 381959 must be operated in accordance with equipment authorization charts, as
issued by the Chief Engineer, and must not exceed 50 M.P.H., and must not be coupled to an adjacent car having a length between
end sills in excess of 54 feet.
S-When entering signalled sidings under Rule 265, Rule 99 for OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY must be applied against
opposing movements.
T-RULE 99 WITHIN ABS TERRITORY (INCLUDING CTC)
When a train stops under circumstances in which it may be overtaken by another train, with the protection of at least two block
signals to the rear, protection against following trains is not required. f
When necessary to protect against trains moving in the opposite direction, flag protection prescribed for OUTSIDE ABS       Sg
TERRITORY must be provided except that on single track where there are at least two block signals to the front governing
opposing trains, protection for a standing train is not required.
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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS-G^wt/6*/
U-HOT BOX DETECTOR SYSTEM
On Subdivisions where this Special Instruction applies the following will govern:
SCANNER-To avoid abnormal heat indication from a source other than defective equipment, enginemen should when
practicable avoid prolonged use of train brakes approaching this point and any application of brakes while a portion of the train is
passing scanning equipment.
INDICATOR-This is in the form of a WHITE LIGHT mounted on a mast and IS NOT A BLOCK SIGNAL. The last
indication displayed will apply as follows:
STEADY BURNING or UNLIGHTED—Stop before fouling switch at the inspection point and immediately communicate with the train dispatcher. If communication fails, perform standing train inspection.
FLASHING-No evidence of overheating.
The train dispatcher will provide information as to the location of overheating. The journal is to be inspected and, if no
evidence of overheating is found, that car and at least two cars on each side must be inspected for any condition which may be
responsible for the abnormal heat condition, opening all journal box lids as part of the inspection. Before proceeding, the train
dispatcher must be informed of the result of the inspection and any action taken.
V-SIGNALLED SIDINGS AND SIGNALLED YARD TRACKS.
Before undertaking any work which may render a SIGNALLED SIDING or SIGNALLED YARD TRACK unsafe for
movements at normal speed or if rendered unsafe from any cause, trackmen, bridgemen or other employees must provide protection
in accordance with U.C.O.R. Rules 40 to 45 inclusive, Special Instruction M or Form 3815, Regulations for the Protection of Track
Units and Maintenance Work. Signalled sidings and signalled yard tracks must be protected in the same manner as main tracks.
W-PROTECTION OF IMPASSABLE OR SLOW TRACK.
When necessary to provide protection under Rules 40 to 44 the distance specified must be at least 3000 yards instead of at least
2000 yards.
X-RULE 15/U.C.O.R.
The explosion of one or more torpedoes in the absence of a more restrictive signal, indicates proceed, but at restricted speed for
3000 yards from the point where torpedoes were exploded.
U.C.O.R. Rule 15 is modified accordingly.
Y-TRAIN ORDER PROTECTION FOR TRACK UNITS AND MAINTENANCE WORK.
On subdivisions or portions thereof where this Special Instruction is designated, Section 10.0 of Form 3815, Regulations for the
Protection of Track Units and Maintenance Work, applies.
After Form Y example (3) or (4), train order protection has been provided, Track Units and Maintenance Work may be
protected by a Track Occupancy Permit. Rule 40 is modified accordingly.
Z-PROTECTION OF TRACK UNITS WITHIN YARD LIMITS.
"On Subdivisions where this Special Instruction is designated, Section 11.0 of Form 3815, Regulations for the Protection of
Track Units and Maintenance Work, applies. On such Subdivisions the "NOTE" in Rule 93 does not apply. Rule 281 "Clear
Signal" cannot be accepted as indication that the track is "known to be clear" and third class, fourth class, extra trains and engines
must move at Restricted Speed prepared to stop within one half the range of vision of trains, engines, cars or Track Units
REGARDLESS OF SIGNAL INDICATION".
t
REGULATIONS FOR THE PROTECTION OF
TRACK UNITS AND MAINTENANCE WORK (Form 3815)
SECTION
1.0    Definitions
1.1
1.2
1.3
L
LIGHT TRACK UNIT(S)
Machines and equipment that can be removed promptly from
the track, by the employee(s) accompanying them.
HEAVY TRACK UNIT(S)
Machines and equipment that cannot be removed promptly
from the track by the employee(s) accompanying them.
TRACK UNIT SPEED
A speed that will permit stopping within one half the range of
vision and prepared to stop short of a switch not properly
lined, also any obstruction or track defect that may prevent
safe passage and in no case exceeding the authorized maximum
speed for that track unit.
TRACK OCCUPANCY PERMIT
A Track Occupancy Permit is authority to occupy a main
track(s), signalled siding(s) or signalled yard track(s) for the
protection of a track unit(s) or maintenance work. When such
authority is granted, flag protection against trains and engines
is not required.
1.5 TRAIN DISPATCHER
Wherever the words "Train Dispatcher" appear herein, they
apply to the employee performing the duties.
1.6 FOREMAN
Wherever the word "Foreman" appears herein, it applies to the
employee in charge of the protection of maintenance work or
track unit(s).
1.7 SIGNALMAN
Wherever the word "Signalman" appears herein, it applies to
the employee in cjiarge of an Interlocking.
1.8 MAINTENANCE WORK
Any condition which may render a main track(s), signalled
siding(s) or signalled yard track(s) unsafe for train or engine
movements at normal speed, and any work on or near the track
for which protection of men and/or equipment is required.
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special instructions-Co^^
SECTION
2.0 Light Track Unit Protection
2.1 Light track units must not foul or occupy a main track(s),
signalled siding(s) or signalled yard track(s), without first being
authorized by one of the following methods:
(a) Line-up regulations.
(b) Flag protection as prescribed by U.C.O.R. Rules 40, 41,
42 or modifications contained in Special Instructions.
(c) Manual Block System Rules and Special Instructions.
(d) Track Occupancy Permit.
(e) Provision of U.C.O.R. Rule 93 (On Subdivisions designated in the Time Table).
SECTION
3.0 Heavy Track Unit Protection
3.1 Heavy track units must not foul or occupy a main track(s),
signalled siding(s) or signalled yard track(s), without first being
authorized by one of the following methods:
(a) Flag protection as prescribed by U.C.O.R. Rules 40, 41,
42 or modifications contained in Special Instructions.
(b) Manual Block System Rules and Special Instructions.
(c) Track Occupancy Permit.
(d) Provision of U.C.O.R. Rule 93 (On Subdivisions designated in the Time Table).
SECTION
4.0 Maintenance Work Protection
4.1 Before undertaking maintenance work, protection must be provided by one of the following methods:
(a) Flag protection as prescribed by U.C.O.R. Rules 40, 41,
42 or modifications contained in Special Instructions.
(b) Manual Block System Rules and Special Instructions.
(c) Track Occupancy Permit.
SECTION
5.0 Track Occupancy Permits
5.1 When requesting a Track Occupancy Permit, the Foreman will
give his occupation, name, track unit number, if any, location
and specify time and work limits and track(s) to be used.
5.2 Track Occupancy Permits will be issued by the Train Dispatcher or by the Signalman within Interlockings. They must be
numbered consecutively each day beginning at midnight, recorded in a book or other form provided for the purpose and
each word and figure must be checked and underscored as it is
repeated.
5.3 When it is absolutely necessary to have an Operator relay a
Track Occupancy Permit, he must check and underscore each
word and figure on his copy as it is repeated by the Foreman
receiving it. Operators copying or relaying Track Occupancy
Permits must sign and retain a file copy.
5.4 If the Train Dispatcher requires the Foreman to call before the
expiration of the time limit granted, it will be so indicated in
the space provided on the Track Occupancy Permit.
5.5 When Track Occupancy Permit is issued or when the occupancy time is extended, the instructions must be written and repeated by the Foreman but must not be acted upon until the
Train Dispatcher has given the repeated time, O.K. time and
his initials. Occupancy time must not be extended more than
once on any Track Occupancy Permit.
5.6 If additional time is required, it must be obtained before previously authorized time expires.
5.7 Before using the Track Occupancy Permit, the Foreman must
read aloud the contents to employees) accompanying him on
i
the track unit. Such employees) must then be given the oppoS>|
tunity to read and initial the permit to ensure they are aware of
its requirements.
5.8 When a Foreman is in charge of the protection of Maintenance
Work or more than one track unit he must, before using the
Track Occupancy Permit, read aloud the contents to at least
one other employee, and when practicable, give him or them
the opportunity to read and initial the permit to ensure he or
they are aware of its requirements.
5.9 Employees who are aware of the contents of a Track Occupancy Permit must, if necessary, remind the Foreman of its requirements.
5.10 More than one Track Occupancy Permit may be issued to
protect track units and Maintenance Work covering the same
or overlapping limits. Track Occupancy Permits do not protect
track units one from the other and all movements must be
made as defined in Item 1.3 for Track Unit Speed.
5.11 Track Occupancy Permits must describe the limits as being
between two identifiable locations.
5.12 When the Track Occupancy Permit is no longer required, the
Foreman must promptly advise the Train Dispatcher giving his
name and permit number. The Train Dispatcher will cancel the
permit stating the permit number, time and his initials.
The Foreman must write this information on his Permit and
respond by repeating the following:
"This Track Occupancy Permit No	
Cancelled.
. Dispatcher.
5.13
(time) (initials)
After the Track Occupancy Permit has been cancelled, tf
Foreman must draw an "X" across the face of the permit w*\
avoid misuse. In cases of accident or irregularity the permit
must be retained.
5.14 Movements over Railway Crossings at Grade and Drawbridges
within the limits of a Track Occupancy Permit must be governed by sections 7.0 and 8.0.
SECTION
6.0 Track Occupancy Permits Within Centralized Traffic Control
(C.T.C.) and Interlockings Except at Railway Crossings at
Grade and Drawbridges as Outlined in Section 7.0
6.1 Before issuing a Track Occupancy Permit, Train Dispatcher
must ensure there are no conflicting train or engine movements
within the limits to be granted, must block all controlling
signals governing movements into such limits at STOP, and
when practicable, Une and block track switch(es) against potential conflicting movements.
6.2 At locations where a signal controls movements over more than
one route and where it is not practicable to block the signal at
STOP, switch(es) must be lined and blocked away from the
protected track by the Train Dispatcher.
6.3 Train Dispatcher must not remove switch or signal blocking,
nor permit any train or engine to enter such limits until the
Track Occupancy Permit is cancelled, even if time limits have
expired.
6.4 Should it become necessary to move a train or engine into
limits protected by a Track Occupancy Permit, to assist in work
activities, joint authorization between the Foreman and the
Train or Engine must be issued as follows: ^y
(a) All other Track Occupancy Permits within the limits m      , j
be cancelled.
(b) The Track Occupancy Permit to the Foreman must contain the words: "Joint authority granted with (Train or
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SPECIAL INSTRVCTIONS-Continued
b
(c)
Engine). The Foreman only may authorize this Train or
Engine to enter the protected limits."
The U.C.O.R. Rule 264 or 266 authority to the Train or
Engine must contain the words:
"Joint authority granted with Foreman	
 between	
.and
(name)
(location)
. must not
(d)
(location)                   (Train or Engine)
proceed until instructions have been received from Foreman  " Telephone,
(name)
radio or personal contact may be used.
Other Track Occupancy Permits must not be issued within
the limits after joint authority is issued.
SECTION
7.0
7.1
7.2
7.3
t
7.4
Movements Over Interlocked Railway Crossings at Grade and
Interlocked Drawbridges (all territories)
Light track units must STOP clear of Railway Crossings at
Grade and Drawbridges and after making certain that no conflicting movement is evident, may proceed.
Heavy track units must STOP before passing signal governing
movements over Interlocking WHETHER OR NOT SIGNAL
INDICATES PROCEED and will be governed by items 7.3,
7.4 or 7.5, whichever is applicable.
At controlled interlockings, the Foreman must, BEFORE PROCEEDING, receive authority or hand signal from the Signalman to proceed. The Signalman must first provide protection
by blocking controlling signals governing movements on or
conflicting with the authorized route at STOP, and must not
remove blocking until the Foreman has reported clear of the
interlocking limits.
At controlled interlockings, should all means of communication
with the Signalman fail or when a controlled interlocking station is closed when no immediate conflicting movement is
evident, the Foreman, after opening the Knife Switch, must
wait THREE MINUTES, unless a greater time is specified,
before the track unit may proceed. Knife Switch must not be
closed until the entire movement has cleared the Interlocking
Limits. Where Knife Switches are not provided the Foreman
must be governed by special instructions.
At Automatic Interlockings, when no immediate conflicting
movement is evident, the Foreman, after opening the Knife
Switch, must wait THREE MINUTES, unless a greater time is
specified, before the track unit may proceed. Knife Switch must
not be closed until the entire movement has cleared the Interlocking Limits.
SECTION
8.0 Movements Over Non-Interlocked Railway Crossings at Grade
and Non-Interlocked Drawbridges
8.1 Track Units must STOP at the governing STOP SIGN and
after making certain no conflicting movement is evident and
the route is properly lined, may proceed.
SECTION
7.5
L
9.0    Heavy Track Unit Movements Over Power Operated and Dual
Control Switches
1    Power operated switches must be lined by the Train Dispatcher.
9.2    Dual control switches must be lined by the Train Dispatcher ■
except when his permission is received to use them in the I
HAND position. When used in HAND position and after
movements have cleared switch points, Selector Lever must
then be restored to POWER position and locked and the Train
Dispatcher notified immediately.
9.3 When all means of communication have failed, a power operated switch or dual control switch may be operated by HAND.
After movement has cleared switch points the switch must be
restored to its original position. Train Dispatcher must be
notified of the communication failure immediately when communication is available.
SECTION
10.0 Track Occupancy Permits Within Train Order Territory and
Within Signal Indication Territory Under U.C.O.R. Rules
251-257 or 261-262
10.1 A Track Occupancy Permit may be issued only on subdivisions
or portions thereof designated in the Time Table or Special
Instructions.
10.2 Before authorizing a Track Occupancy Permit, Train Dispatcher must first provide train order protection as follows:
(a) Form "Y" example (3) must be issued to all trains except
work extras.
(b) Form "Y" example (4) must be issued to work extras.
Whenever the modification is added toForm "Y" examples (3)
or (4) only the Track Occupancy Permit issued to the Foreman
named in the train order may be in effect within the limits
designated.
10.3 When the Foreman is required to authorize a train(s) to enter
and/or pass through the Track Occupancy Permit limits, it will
be so indicated on the Track Occupancy Permit. The Foreman
must give way to all trains promptly and when practicable
advise the Train Dispatcher of trains that have entered and/or
passed through the limits.
10.4 Track Occupancy Permits must be recorded on the Train Dispatcher's train sheet, unless otherwise directed.
10.5 After Track Occupancy Permit has been issued, protection by
train order must be maintained until the Track Occupancy
Permit is cancelled, even if time limits have expired.
SECTION
11.0 Operation Within Yard Limits
11.1 On subdivisions designated in the Time Table, track units may
operate under the provision of U.C.O.R. Rule 93.
11.2 On subdivisions designated in the Time Table, track units must
not occupy the main track within yard limits before the Foreman ascertains from the Train Dispatcher or by visual identification the arrival and departure of first and second class
trains. Track units must give way to third class, fourth class,
extra trains and engines promptly.
11.3 On subdivisions designated in the Time Table, in the application of U.C.O.R. Rule 93 the words, "KNOWN TO BE
CLEAR" are defined as known to be clear of trains, engines,
cars and track units and the NOTE IN U.C.O.R. Rule 93
relating to ABS territory does not apply.
11.4 Track Occupancy Permits must not be issued within Yard
Limits when there are trains or engines operated at that location that cannot be controlled by the Train Dispatcher.
11.5 Maintenance work must not be performed under the provision
of U.C.O.R. Rule 93.
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Train Order Protection
On subdivisions or portions thereof designated in the Time Table or
Special Instructions after Form Y, example (3) or (4), train order
protection has been provided, a Track Occupancy Permit may be
issued. U.C.O.R. Rule 40 is modified accordingly.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS-CW/mtt*/
Track Occupancy Permit
Form Y, Example 3
(direction)
trains wait at
and
trains wait at
(direction)
A train holding this example must not proceed beyond the designated point.
This may be modified by adding:
 until authorized to proceed by Foreman
(name)
either by telephone, radio or personal contact.
The train must not proceed beyond the designated point until instructions have been received from the Foreman named in the order.
Form Y, Example 4
Work Extra	
(Engine Number)
Clears
track(s)
between
after 	
and
(time)
A work extra holding this example must clear the track(s) specified
between the points designated before the time stated.
This may be modified by adding:
 until authorized to proceed by Foreman
(name)
either by telephone, radio or personal contact.
The work extra must clear the track(s) specified between the points
designated before the time stated unless otherwise authorized by the
Foreman named in the order.
When the modification is added to Example (3) or (4), the train order
must only be used to protect one Track Occupancy Permit within the
limits designated.
When Form "Y" Example (3) or (4) is used in two or more Track
Territory, the track direction or track number must be specified.
1.
Permit No.
-1
Date
Foreman
Track Unit or Gang
(Name)
At
(Location)
This is Authority To Occupy
(Track or Tracks)
Between
And
(Location)
(Location)
From
Until
(Time)
(Time)
2. Within C.T.C., or Interlockings
Joint Authority Granted with
(Train or Engine)
You may instruct this train or engine to enter the limits of your
Track Occupancy Permit.
3. Within Train Order Territory
You may instruct	
(Train(s) or Engine(s)) f*\
To enter and/or pass through the limits of your Track Occupancy*
Permit.
4. Call Train Dispatcher before
(Time)
5. Repeated and O.K.M at
(Time)
(Train Dispatcher's Initials)
6.
This is Authority to Extend Time in Permit No..
Until
(Time)
. Repeated and O.K.'d at.
(Time)
(Train Dispatcher's Initials)
7. Track Occupancy
Permit No.	
is Cancelled at
By
(Time)       (Train Dispatcher's
Initials)
)
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THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS APPLY TO FREIGHT TRAINS THAT ARE OPERATED
WITH A TRAIN CREW CONSISTING OF ONE CONDUCTOR AND ONE TRAINMAN
GENERAL
1. In territory, where trains are operated under Timetable and Train
Order authority, relief of rear flagman protection on the same
track, as required by Rule 99, must be provided by Train Order
and must not lapse on any portion of the Tour of Duty, except in
the event of an emergency affecting the movement of the train.
2. A train must not be put in motion at any time except on receipt
by the Engineman of a clear direction to do so from the Conductor.
3. If the rear train crew member finds it necessary to vacate the
caboose cupola for short periods of time for essential reasons,
while the train is in motion, he must continue to watch for signals
from employees along the track, when practicable, and must make
running inspections of the train and of the track to the rear at
every reasonable opportunity.
4. In situations where U.C.O.R. Rule 102 is applied the Engineman
will contact the Train Dispatcher for assistance and request relief
of flagman protection on tracks affected thus allowing the relieved
flagmen to investigate the reason for the emergency application of
,_   train brakes. If relief of flagman protection is not possible, the
i Train Dispatcher will arrange to provide prompt assistance to
^ allow inspection of the train.
5. Approaching every siding, the Engineman is responsible to ensure
that the radio communication is established with the rear crew
member and an acknowledgement obtained. Should there be a
failure to secure an acknowledgement, the train must be stopped
by the Engineman before passing the second consecutive siding
and communication by radio, personal contact or hand signal
established before proceeding.
AIR BRAKE TESTING AND TRAIN INSPECTIONS
(When Performed by Train Crews)
When necessary as prescribed by form 582:
No. 1 Test (Initial Terminal)
1. After coupling locomotive to train, the air system is to be charged
as specified in Rule 23(a) and leakage test or other authorized
procedure fulfilled.
2. For train brake application portion of Rule 23(b), the head end
crew member will walk front to rear and the rear end crew member walk forward inspecting the train until they meet at which
time they will cross over, call for a brake release and return to
their original positions, inspecting the brake system to ensure
brakes have released on each car.
No. 2 Test (Intermediate Terminal)
1. Unless otherwise directed on run-through trains, incoming rear
train crew member will ensure brakes on the rear car of the train
apply and release.
2. Unless otherwise directed on trains that do not run through intermediate terminals and for which a No. 2 Test is necessary the rear
train crew member will see that the requirements of the test are
fulfilled when cars are added or removed in the rear half of the
train and the head-end crew member will see that the requirements of the tests are fulfilled when cars are added or removed in
the front half of the train.
ROAD TEST
The rear train crew member will see that the requirements of Rule
29(a) insofar as the brakes on the rear of the train are concerned are
fulfilled.
PULL-BY INSPECTIONS AT RUN-THROUGH POINTS
1. Unless otherwise directed, outgoing rear train crew member will
make pull-by inspection.
2. Unless otherwise directed, incoming head-end crew member will
assist outgoing rear train crew member to make pull-by inspection.
RAILWAY RADIO
1. Trains will not leave a crew's home terminal with a reduced train
crew with less than four operating radios.
2. Trains will not leave a crew's away-from-home terminal with a
reduced train crew with less than three operating radios.
3. Should a radio fail en route, radios will be relocated to provide
end-to-end communication. A reasonable effort should be made to
supply a replacement at the away-from-home terminal.
4. Should a complete failure of the end-to-end radio system occur en
route, the train may proceed, governed by the following: —
(a)Must not exceed Medium Speed (30 MPH).
(b)Must exchange hand signals between front and rear of train at
least once every 30 miles or prior to passing two consecutive
sidings, whichever occurs first. This may require stopping the
train to exchange proceed hand signals.
5. Failure of radio communication must be reported to the Train
Dispatcher at the first opportunity.
6. Testing of radios must be done according to Section 3, Item 1.16
of Form CS 44.
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TABLE SHOWING RATE OF SPEED A TRAIN IS RUNNING
WHERE TIME OF ONE MILE IS GIVEN
d
Time
Per Mile
0 Min. 40 Sec	
Miles
Per Hour
90
Time
Per Mile
1 Min.   0 Sec	
Miles
Per Hour
60
Time
Per Mile
2 Min.   0 Sec	
Miles
Per Hour
30
0    "   42   "  	
85
1    "     5   *? 	
55
2    "   24   "  	
25
0    "   45   "  	
80
1    "    12   "  	
50
3    "     0   " 	
20
0    "   48   "  	
75
1    "   20   "  	
45
4    "     0   M  	
15
0    "    51   "  	
70
1    "    30   "  	
40
6    "     0   "  	
10
0    "    55   "  	
65
1    "   43   "  	
35
12    "     0   "  	
5
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