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CP
Rail
Prairie Region
Lakehead, Winnipeg
and Brandon Divisions
Time Table
65
Taking effect at
0100 Central Standard Time,
Sunday October 31,1982.
Governed by:
Central Standard Time and by
Central Daylight Time beginning at
0300 Sunday April 24,1983 and by
Central Standard Time beginning at
0100 Sunday October 30,1983
For the Information and Guidance of Employees Only
C. R. Pike
Vice-President
R.J. Shepp
General Manager,
Operation and Maintenance
C. L. Curtis
Superintendent Transportation
 2
TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
MEDICAL OFFICERS
DR. W. L. MAY, Chief of Medical Services
Room 501 Windsor Station, Montreal
DR. A. L. M. DAVIDSON, Area Medical Officer
1088 Pembina Highway
Winnipeg    R3T 1Z9
Telephone Office:   453-3303
Residence:   453-1907
APPROVED MEDICAL EXAMINERS                                              TELEPHONE
LOCATION
office
residence
DR. D. N. C. MclNTYRE 	
 942-2159
832-1824 	
  Winnipeg
DR. G. CYRIL STEVENS 	
  942-4847
888-8271  	
tt
DR. GEO. A. WAUGH 	
DR. G. L. E. ULLYOT 	
  832-4329
  632-0024
889-4801  	
tt
284-0165 	
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DR. W. G. CAMERON 	
  223-2258
223-4606 	
  Thunder Bay
DR. V. JOHNSON	
DR. L. A. REMUS	
DR. S. SAHAI 	
DR. W. G. CAMERON 	
  344-1053
  622-0601
  344-3571
  223-2258
767-8808 	
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622-2354 	
»
767-6580 	
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223-4606 	
  Dryden
DR. EMIL DANIEL	
  223-2258
223-6241  	
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DR. J. C. EDIE 	
  468-8642
468-6046 	
  Kenora
DR. J. E. BEVERIDGE	
DR. W. BILYNSKY	
  468-8642
  348-2226
468-5654 	
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348-2215 	
 Whitemouth
DR. J. COMPTON 	
  268-3363
268-2344 	
  Beausejour
DR. C. R. SCRIBNER 	
  642-5838
642-5442 	
  Gimli
DR. F. E. SCRIBNER 	
DR. G. M. BLACK	
  642-5929
  239-6464
642-5411  	
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857-4163 	
 Portage la Prairie
DR. D. W. RAE 	
DR. T. F. BEVERIDGE 	
  239-6464
  834-2126
857-6873 	
(<
834-2488 	
  Carberry
DR. S. N. HEYWOOD 	
  476-2351
476-5718 	
 Neepawa
DR. J. C. MENZIES 	
  822-4474
822-4447 	
  Morden
DR. G. E. DOW 	
  523-4609
523-4381  	
  Killarney
DR. J. G. BONAR 	
  747-2461
747-2283	
  Deloraine
DR. J. W. ENNS 	
  728-4440
728-1157 	
 Brandon
DR. J. MURRAY MATHESON .
DR. K. J. WOODMAN 	
DR. N. F. PETRINACK 	
DR. J. E. HUDSON 	
  727-1469
728-4390 	
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  728-4440
  728-4440
  764-2302
728-6104 	
it
728-1588 	
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764-2655 	
  Hamiota
DR. 1. F. ELLIOTT	
  748-1345
748-3905 	
  Virden
DR. D. B. DAVIDSON 	
  435-3325
435-2117 	
 Moosomin
DR. L. BASU	
  696-2255
696-2752 	
 Broadview
DR. P. C. PATEL	
DR. R. 0. HINCH 	
  696-2266
  867-2722
696-2764 	
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867-2640 	
867-2475 	
  Minnedosa
DR. H. C. STEVENSON 	
DR. F. K. L. LU 	
  867-2722
  773-2146
773-2215 	
  Russell
DR. MICHAEL J. O'SULLIVAN
DR. P. ZBEETNOFF 	
  759-2755
759-2225 	
 Shoal Lake
  743-2411
743-2411	
  Langenburg
DR. A. M. GRANT	
  483-2229
483-2613 	
 Souris
DR. L. W. KNIGHT 	
DR. H. A. KAYE 	
  483-2229
  522-3332
483-2469 ..
n
522-3332 	
  Melita
DR. G. D. GALLOWAY	
  483-2332
483-2267 	
  Oxbow
DR. T. K. CHEAH 	
  634-6444
634-6851  	
  Estevan
 TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
LAKEHEAD DIVISION
M. L. ABERDEEN
Superintendent
Thunder Bay
S. M. BARLUK
Asst. Supt.
Thunder Bay
M. G. MUDIE
Asst. Supt.
Kenora
M. L. HEDDEN
Asst. Supt.
Thunder Bay
J. W. McCOLGAN
Trainmaster
Thunder Bay
A. HANEVELT
Trainmaster
Kenora
SUBDIVISION (or spur) PAGE
Ignace  9 & 10
Kaministiquia  5 &   6
Keewatin 13&14
Lac du Bonnet     17
Moose Nose Spur     16
Nipigon 	
Ignace   to
Thunder Bay  to
Kenora   to
Mileage 7.7   to
Keewatin Sub  to
MILES
Kenora  146.2
Ignace 147.2
mileage 118.5  118.5
Lac du Bonnet    56.8
Moose Nose      2.8
—        C-River to T-Bay (Schreiber Division TT)      6.4
477.9
Schreiber Division train dispatchers will issue train orders for Nipigon Sub.
Dispatching Centre Winnipeg will issue train orders for Lakehead Division.
WINNIPEG DIVISION
J. W. MANSON
Superintendent
Winnipeg
K. P. JOHNSON
Asst. Superintendent
Winnipeg
N. J. LALIBERTE
Asst. Superintendent
Winnipeg
L. E. MILLER
Asst. Superintendent
Winnipeg
SUBDIVISION (or spur) PAGE
Arborg  22
Carberry  28
Emerson  18
Glenboro  23
Keewatin 13 & 14
Lac du Bonnet  17
La Riviere  25
Manitoba Sugar Spur   20
Winnipeg Beach  21
Winnipeg Terminals  20
Rugby  to
Winnipeg  to
Whittier  to
Woodman  to
mileage 118.5  to
Whittier  to
Rugby to
La Riviere Sub  to
Rugby to
Yard and Industrial tracks	
MILES
Arborg 74.3
mileage 9.2    9.2
Emerson  63.8
mileage 4.0     4.0
Winnipeg     7.2
mileage 7.7     7.7
mileage 11.5  11.5
end of track    2.5
Riverton  81.9
262.1
Dispatching Centre Winnipeg will issue train orders for Winnipeg Division.
TELEPHONES:
WINNIPEG DISPATCHING CENTRE
Area Code    Phone
Chief Dispatcher 204        946-3446
Kaministiquia and Ignace Subs 204        946-3445
all other Subs 204        946-3479
TELEPHONE    204      942-1620      "TO    BE    USED    ONLY    WHEN    AN    EMERGENCY
SITUATION ARISES IN THE TRANSPORTATION OF DANGEROUS COMMODITIES."
ALL CALLS WILL BE TAPE RECORDED.
 TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
C. E. MINTO
Superintendent
Brandon
K. W. EDWARDS
Asst. Supt.
Brandon
BRANDON DIVISION
K. P. JOHNSON
Asst. Supt.
Winnipeg
T. F. WAVER
Asst. Supt.
Minnedosa
W. N. MARAK
Trainmaster
Brandon
SUBDIVISION (or spur) PAGE
Areola 43
Bredenbury 37
Broadview 32
Carberry 28
Carman Spur 23
Estevan  41
Glenboro 23
Gretna  27
La Riviere 25
Lyleton  39
Minnedosa 35
Napinka 40
Neudorf 34
Russell  39
Sylvite Spur 34
Wheatland Spur  31
Schwitzer to
Minnedosa   to
Brandon  to
mileage 9.2   to
Elm Creek to
Kemnay  to
mileage 4.0  to
Rosenfeld to
mileage 11.5   to
Deloraine    to
Portage la Prairie   to
La Riviere to
Virden  to
Binscarth  to
Sylspur  to
Brandon   to
Dispatching Centre Winnipeg will issue train orders for Brandon Division.
MILES
Areola     96.7
mileage 117.0 117.0
mileage 129.0  129.0
Brandon 123.9
Carman     15.0
mileage 155.2  155.2
Souris 142.7
Gretna    13.8
La Riviere    99.5
Dalny    22.4
Minnedosa    77.9
Napinka  108.7
Neudorf 126.2
Inglis     23.9
Sylvite     10.8
Wheatland Spur     28.0
1290.7
DISPATCHING CENTRE WINNIPEG
M. J. O'BRIEN
CHIEF DISPATCHERS
L. E. SHERIDAN B. J. JOHNSON
W. C. GUSTAFSON
TRAIN DISPATCHERS
A. G. Skogstad
R. J. Deacon
W. E. Paul
C. B. Busby
J. L. Jamieson
H. M. Wilson
D. Quirk
S. G. Taylor
P. V. Seddon
D. G. Kollesavich
V. Mutala
D. C. Gillis
P. E. Crossland
J. H. Hooper
D. W. Forsyth
P. W. Senychych
W. G. Kutzak
S. W. Dodd
C. M. Hanson
J. D. Lavalee
S. K. Mann
J. L. Opyc
T. G. Laliberte
G. G. Carriere
D, J. Kollesavich
D. P. Hemminger
H. J. Kopmels
K. K. Cook
S. B. Fairley
TELEPHONES:
Area Code     Phone
Chief Dispatchers 204 946-3446
Carberry, Broadview, Neudorf and
Winnipeg Terminals Division 204 946-3319
All other Subs. Brandon Division 204 946-3318
TELEPHONE    204      942-1620     "TO    BE    USED    ONLY    WHEN    AN    EMERGENCY
SITUATION ARISES IN THE TRANSPORTATION OF DANGEROUS COMMODITIES."
ALL CALLS WILL BE TAPE RECORDED.
  5
TIME TABLE No
. 65,
OCTOBER 31, 1982
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Instructions for operation of hot box detector system apply. Refer pages 50 to 56 inclusive.
Track Mileage Indicator Display Board
118.1
Eastward
87.4
Mileage 114.6
85.0
Operator Ignace is responsible for detectors mileage 118.1 and 87.4.
Eastward
56.8
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Mileage 56.8
"     26.4
Inspection Point
English River
Upsala
Raith
Kaministiquia
Train stop indicators and display boards are to the left of the track they govern.
**lf a hot box detector marked with double asterisks is inoperative Special Instruction AA applies at the location of that
detector.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 7
 TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
KAMINISTIQUIA SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES - Continued
In addition to observing any more restrictive speed restrictions a train carrying one or more full carloads of any
SPECIAL dangerous commodity the following speed
restrictions apply - EASTWARD must not exceed 35
M.P.H. between mileage 22.0 and mileage 6.4 and 15
M.P.H. between mileage 6.4 Kaministiquia sub. until
train yarded. WESTWARD must not exceed 35 M.P.H.
between mileage 0.0 and mileage 22.0 and 15 M.P.H.
between mileage 20.0 and 22.0 if no report is received
by train crew of the results of a complete pull-by inspection of the train from the head end to and including the
second car behind the last full carload of any SPECIAL
dangerous commodity by the Car Department at mileage
2.3 Kaministiquia sub.
When the train order signal at Raith indicates STOP, All
trains must stop before fouling the first crossover beyond
the station in the direction of movement. Stop must be
made before train passes the signal.
Third paragraph of Rule 97 applies eastward between Raith
and Dexter.
Provided fixed signals indicate proceed, movements with
the current of traffic between Thunder Bay and mileage
2.3 may be made on the time of superior trains when
kept sufficiently clear to avoid delay.
Movements against the current of traffic within Thunder
Bay yard limits must be authorized by the Yardmaster.
C.T.C. Controlled by Operator Thunder Bay — Two tracks
between signals 23 Westfort and 72 Dexter and on yard
track immediately south of south main track at Westfort
between signals A23, B23 and signals A24 and B24.
Trains and engines must approach dwarf signals A23, B23,
A24 and B24 prepared to stop.
When a train or engine is required to enter the main track at
non-electrically locked operated switches located at Mileage 2.54 (Centre Ave.) and mileage 2.94 (Stanley Ave.)
UCOR 268 applies as follows:
A member of the crew must communicate with the
operator stating his NAME - OCCUPATION - LOCATION - TRAIN OR ENGINE NUMBER.
If there is no conflicting movement the operator may
authorize entry to main track, but before doing so
must provide protection against movements from all directions until advice is received from a member of the crew
that the main track is occupied.
The authority to enter main track must be in writing and
repeated to the operator before being acted on. The
operator must make proper record immediately.
Main tracks between mileage 2.3 Westfort and mileage 7.2
Dexter are designated North track and South track.
Trains may leave Dexter without a clearance.
Times for all trains except first class trains apply at Dexter.
Yard limits Thunder Bay extend to mileage 126.7 Nipigon
Sub.
A minimum of five handbrakes must be applied on cars east
end of all tracks in C yard Westfort.
A minimum of three hand brakes must be applied on cars
east end of all tracks in "A" yard, Westfort.
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited between mileage 123.8
Nipigon Sub. and Neebing Avenue, mileage 3.2 Kaministiquia Sub., not including Neebing Avenue.
Switch to Propane Spur on Westward track at mileage 7.6 is
trailing for movements with the current of traffic.
Crossovers for movement with the current of traffic are
located as follows:
Facing
Nil
Nil
Nil
Mileage
Mileage
Nil
Mileage
Nil
Mileage 112.2
Mileage 129.4
Mileage 147.2
32.5
54.5
83.2
Location
Murillo
Kaministiquia
Sunshine
Finmark
Raith
Savanne
Upsala
Niblock
English River
Bonheur
Ignace
Trailing
Mileage
12.8
22.3
26.8
30.1
52.7
70.5
83.3
96.5
110.5
129.5
147.0
Instruction for use of Trackside Radio refer page 71.
In addition to any other restrictions required by train order
loaded trains of continuous welded rail must not exceed
30 M.P.H.
Rule 99-OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY -
When a train stops under circumstances in which it may
be overtaken by another train, a flagman must immediately go back at least 2000 yards to ensure full protection.
MAXIMUM SPEED M.P.H.
Passenger trains 75
Other trains and engines 60
CONTINUED ON PAGE 8
 TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
KAMINISTIQUIA SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES - Continued
AUTOMATIC BLOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM
Eastward on eastward track between:
signal 864 and block end sign mileage 82.5;
signal 562 and signal N72 Dexter;
signals S24, N24 Westfort and Thunder Bay.
Westward on westward track between:
Thunder Bay and signal N23 Westfort;
signal 173 and block end sign mileage 34.0;
signal 673 and block end sign mileage 71.5;
signal 805 and block end sign mileage 84.9;
signal 915 and block end sign mileage 96.8;
signal 1075 and block end sign mileage 112.5;
signal 1431 and block end sign mileage 2.1 Ignace Sub.
Rules 281, 285 and 291 apply at dwarf signals 1326 and
1318 Nipigon Sub., Thunder Bay.
All signals are located to the left of the track they govern
except eastward signals S72, S38, S24, 14, 04 and westward signals 05, 15, N23, S23f N39f N71, 197 and 213.
Westward signals 197 and 213 approaching Kaministiquia,
1451 and 07 at Ignace and eastward signals 562 and
548 approaching Raith, and 14 approaching Thunder
Bay are Station Protection Signals.
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS       M.P.H.
Psgr. Frt. trains
Mileage—Location trains and engs.
0.1 (Duncan St.) *10 both tracks.* 10 both tracks
0.1 to     2.0 (On curves)..40 both tracks...40 both tracks
2.0 to     2.8 30 both tracks...30 both tracks
3.0 to     3.6 40 both tracks...40 both tracks
5.8 (Public Crossing) *60 both tracks
10.0 to   23.0 50 both tracks...50 both tracks
23.0 to   39.0 (On curves).. 45 both tracks...45 both tracks
46.0 to   50.0 (On curves)..45 both tracks...45 both tracks
50.0 to   53.0 (On curves).. 50 both tracks...50 both tracks
60.4 (On curve) 50 both tracks...45 both tracks
78.0        (On curve) 65 both tracks
80.0 to   89.2 (On curves).. 50  both tracks...50 both tracks
89.5 (On curve) 50  both tracks...45 both tracks
89.6 to   95.0 (On curves).. 50  both tracks...50 both tracks
102.0 to 103.0 (On curves).. 50  both tracks...50 both tracks
109.5        (On curve) 50  both tracks...45 both tracks
118.1 (Scanner) 70 Eastward on Eastward track
132.2 (On curve) 55 both tracks...55 both tracks
136.0 to 139.0 (On curves).. 55 both tracks...55 both tracks
139.0 to 141.2 (On curves).. 60 both tracks
141.4 (On curve) 60  both tracks...55 both tracks
141.5 to 146.0 (On curves).. 60 Westward track
141.5 to 145.7 (On curves).. 60 Eastward track
145.7 (Public Crossing) to
146.2 ?30  Eastward.... *30 Eastward
*Until crossing fully occupied.
RESTRICTIONS
Movements
Diesel units
■ Ignace, 5 M.P.H. on wye.
■Must not exceed 10 M.P.H. on coal track,
Thunder Bay yard.
-Engines must not pass loading ramp on ore
loading track Sunshine.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Spur track   — C.N.R. at Neebing Ave. Interlocking controlled by C.N.R. Should interlocking signals indicate STOP, C.N.R. Operator Neebing Yard
must be contacted, Rule 672 applies.
If communication fails, Rule 672 applies.
DRAWBRIDGES(Thunder Bay yard tracks, mileage 0.4)
Kaministiquia River and McKellar River:
— Interlocking. Dwarf signals. Movements must not exceed
10 M.P.H. approaching and passing the governing interlocking signal.
When governing signal is at stop indication and no indication of bridge being opened, engineman will sound whistle signal 14(j) to call bridge tender. If bridge tender fails
to appear trainman or yardman will check to see that no
person is in bridge tower, that lift span is closed, check
for broken rail or obstruction and if all clear, train may
proceed at RESTRICTED SPEED on hand signal from
trainman or yardman.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT
GRADE
Mileage     2.7
Mileage     2.8
Mileage     3.2
Mileage 145.7
— Mountdale Ave. After using switch at
crossover mileage 2.6 or when switching
on south track, westward movements
must not exceed 10 M.P.H. when approaching and within 500 feet of the
crossing until crossing fully occupied.
Movements on other than main track
must ensure gates are horizontal before
obstructing crossing.
-Crawford Ave. After using switch at
either crossover mileage 2.6 or 2.9, or
when switching on south track, movements must not exceed 15 M.P.H. when
approaching and within 600 feet of the
crossing until crossing fully occupied.
Movements on other than main track
must ensure gates are horizontal before
obstructing crossing.
-Neebing Ave. Manual control for standing
clear west of the crossing on south track.
- Manual control for switching or standing
clear on westward track.
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WESTWARD TRAINS
SECOND CLASS
401
Freight
Daily
445
Freight
Daily
415
Freight
Daily
481
Freight
Daily
405
Freight
Daily
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2320
2350
0008
0030
0037
0047
0058
0125
0140
0156
0215
1820
1850
1908
1930
1937
1947
1958
2025
2040
2056
2115
1250
1320
1338
1400
1407
1417
1428
1455
1510
1526
1545
0820
0850
0908
0930
0937
0947
0958
1025
1040
1056
1115
0520
0550
0608
0630
0637
0647
0658
0725
0740
0756
0815
0340
0357
0418
0428
s0455
0513
0524
0552
0607
0623
0645
0.0
14.2
28.0
35.2
44.9
59.7
63.3
69.9
79.5
90.0
98.8
110.6
121.6
132.9
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64.2
3540
2490
9280
3750
3670
119.3V
123.6H
2960
142.8
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Nil
Nil
62
44
Nil
162
Nil
65
64
Nil
Nil
52
Nil
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401
Daily
445
Daily
415
Daily
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1
HOT BOX DETECTOR SYSTEM
Instructions for operation of hot box detector system apply. Refer pages 50 to 56 inclusive.
Track Mileage Display Board
Westward
Mileage
59.3
118.5
Mileage 118.5
Inspection Point
Dryden
Hawk Lake
* Necessary instructions will be provided by Operator at the inspection point.
Display Board is to the left of the track it governs.
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1982
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0153
0633
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1259
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HOT BOX DETECTOR SYSTEM
Instructions
for operation of hot box detector system ape
ly. Refer pages 50 to 56 inclusive.
Track
Mileage                     Indicator
Display Board                        Inspection Point
Eastward
123.6
94.4
67.8
34.2                       Mileage 31.0
5.0
Mileage 123.6
94.4
*
Hawk Lake
Vermilion Bay
Dryden
Tache (See NOTE)
*
Ignace
NOTE-Operator Dryden is responsible for this detector.
^Necessary instruction will be provided by Operator at the
Train stop indicator at mileage 31.0 and display boards ar
inspection point.
e to the left of the track they govern.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 11
 11
TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
IGNACE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES-Continued
When the train order signal at Dryden indicates STOP,
all trains must stop before fouling the first crossover
beyond the station in the direction of travel.
Provided fixed signals indicate proceed, movements with
the current of traffic, on westward track between
yard limit sign mileage 142.8 and Kenora, may be
made on the time of superior trains when kept
sufficiently clear to avoid delay.
Movements against the current of traffic within Kenora
yard limits must be authorized by the yardmaster,
unless provided for by form R train order.
Switch from westward storage track, Dryden, to house
spur is normal when set for house spur.
Switch to pulpwood Spur on Westward track at mileage
34.1 is trailing for movements with the current of
traffic.
Switch to Propane Spur on Eastward track at mileage
87.7 is trailing for movements with the current of
traffic.
Crossovers for movement with the current of traffic are
located as follows:
Facing
Mileage
Nil
Nil
Mileage
Nil
Nil
Mileage
Nil
Mileage
Nil
Nil
Mileage 121.4
Mileage 145.1
1.0
35.3
63.4
90.0
Location
Ignace
Raleigh
Tache
Dyment
Dinorwic
Earl Pit
Dryden
Eagle River
Vermilion Bay
Edison
Pine
Hawk Lake
Kenora
Trailing
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
0.9
14.7
28.5
35.2
44.9
59.7
63.2
79.9
89.9
98.6
110.4
121.6
144.2
Instruction for use of Trackside Radio refer page 71.
In addition to any other restrictions required by train
order loaded trains of continuous welded rail must
not exceed 30 M.P.H.
AUTOMATIC BLOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM
Eastward on eastward track between:
signal 1240 and block end sign mileage 119.3;
signal 1114 and block end sign mileage 78.3;
signal 740 and block end sign mileage 69.4;
signal 660 and block end sign mileage 60.9;
signal 526 and block end sign mileage 50.1;
signal 482 and block end sign mileage 43.9;
signal 402 and block end sign mileage 34.6;
signal 82 and block end sign mileage 145.9
Kaministiquia Sub.
In Kenora yard limits the "NOTE"
apply between signal 04 (SPS)
mileage 146.0.
in Rule 93 does not
and block end sign
Westward on westward track between:
signal   1431   Kaministiquia Sub. and block end sign
mileage 2.1.
signal 413 and block end sign mileage 45.9;
signal 593 and block end sign mileage 64.2;
signal 869 and block end sign mileage 91.8;
signal 1189 and block end sign mileage 123.6;
signal 1387 and block end sign mileage 4.4 Keewatin
Sub.
All block signals are located to the left of the track they
govern except westward signal 01 and eastward signal
1096.
Westward signals 1451 and 07 at Ignace, 1413 and
1449 at Kenora and eastward signals 660 and 642 at
Dryden and 30 and 10 at Ignace are Station Protection Signals.
MAXIMUM SPEED M.P.H.
Passenger trains       75
Other trains and engines       60
RULE 99-OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY -
When a train stops under circumstances in which it
may be overtaken by another train, a flagman must
immediately go back at least 2000 yards to ensure
full protection.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 12
.
 TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
12
IGNACE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES - Continued
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS M.P.H.
Psgr. Frt. trains
Mileage-Location trains and engs.
0.0 to     2.1 (On curves).. 45 both tracks...45 both tracks
2.1 to     7.0 (On curves).. 55 both tracks...50 both tracks
22.0 to   23.0 (On curves).. 60 both tracks...55 both tracks
34.2 (Scanner) 70 Eastward on Eastward track
36.0 to   37.0 (On curves).. 55 both tracks...50 both tracks
37.0 to   50.0 (On curves).. 65 both tracks
50.0 to   53.0 (On curves).. 55 both tracks...55 both tracks
53.0 to   55.0 (On curves).. 45 both tracks...45 both tracks
55.0 to   58.0 (On curves).. 55 both tracks...55 both tracks
62.0 to   64.0 (On curves).. 55 both tracks...55 both tracks
69.0 to   71.0 (On curves).. 55 both tracks...55 both tracks
71.0to   80.0 (On curves).. 65 both tracks
80.0 to   94.5 (On curves).. 50 both tracks...45 both tracks
94.5 to   97.0 (On curves).. 45 both tracks...45 both tracks
97.0 to   99.0 (On curves).. 50 both tracks...50 both tracks
99.0 to 101.9 (On curves).. 45 both tracks...45 both tracks
101.9 to 102.6 (On curves).. 35 Eastward 35 Eastward
track track
45 Westward 45 Westward
track track
102.6 to 110.7 (On curves).. 45 both tracks...45 both tracks
110.8 (On curve)... 40 both tracks...35 both tracks
110.9 to 113.8 (On curves).. 45 both tracks...45 both tracks
113.8 to 114.2 (On curves).. 40 both tracks...40 both tracks
114.2 to 118.0 (On curves).. 45 both tracks...45 both tracks
118.0 to 119.0 (On curves).. 45 both tracks...40 both tracks
119.0 to 127.4 (On curves).. 40 both tracks...40 both tracks
127.4 (On curve)... 40 both tracks...35 both tracks
127.4 to 129.0 (On curves).. 40 both tracks...40 both tracks
129.0 to 146.0 (On curves).. 45 both tracks...45 both tracks
144.4 (Public crossing) *50 both tracks.*50 both tracks
146.0 to 146.2 (On curves).. 35 both tracks...35 both tracks
*Until crossing fully occupied.
RESTRICTIONS
Movements   -Ignace, 5 M.P.H. on wye.
-Dryden,   4   M.P.H.   within
Diesel units
train shed and
10 M.P.H. on balance of Great Lakes Forest
Products tracks. When spotting inside sheds,
minimum number of cars must be handled
and air must be cut in on all cars.
-Mileage 86.4, 5 M.P.H. on ballast pit
track.
-Vermilion   Bay,   5  M.P.H.   on  O&M track.
-Hawk Lake, 5 M.P.H. on tracks to ballast
pit. Hand brakes must be applied on all
cars left on pit tracks and cars must not
be left unattended on grade to pit tracks.
Air must be cut in on all cars and system
charged before descending grade.
-Dryden, DRF-30, 36 prohibited on mill
tracks at Great Lakes Forest Products.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT
GRADE
Mileage 79.4 —Manual controls for switching or standing
clear on main tracks. Movements on other
than main tracks must ensure gates are
horizontal before obstructing crossing.
Mileage 144.4—Manual control for standing clear on westward track. After using crossover switches,
approaching movements must not exceed
15   M.P.H.   until   crossing   fully   occupied.
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TIME
TABLE
No. 65, OCTOBER 31
, 1982
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Freight
Daily
415
Freight
Daily
481
Freight
Daily
405
Freight
Daily
401
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1620
1150
0850
0250
2217
1647
1217
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2251
2259
1704
1721
1729
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1251
1259
0934
0951
0959
0334
0351
0359
0804
0813
31.3
44.4
52.1
2680
2540
47
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2321
1740
1751
1310
1321
1010
1021
0410
0421
0823
*0835
62.1
72.1
2480
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10.0
V...WHITEMOUTH...VWX
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1807
1337
1037
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0852
79.9
87.8
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0510
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119.2
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125.7
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L WINNIPEG CKZ
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Daily
Daily
Daily
Daily
Daily
Daily
445
415
481
405
401
1
HOT BOX DETECTOR SYSTEM
Instructions for operation of hot box detector system apply. Refer pages 50 to 56
inclusiv
e.
Track                               Mileage                                       Display Board
nspection Point
Westward                           48.9                                       Mileage    48.9
83.3                                            "          83.3
**109.2                                            "        109.2
(
Jennie
Vlolson
Dakbank
Display boards are to the left of the trac
**lf a Hot Box Detector marked with dou
Detector.
:k they govern.
ble asterisks is inoperative Special Instru
ction A>
\ applies at the location of that
Time at Midpoint for No. 1 on C.N.R. c
onnecting track at Manson is 0935.
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SECOND CLASS
482
Freight
Daily
404
Freight
Daily
956
Freight
Daily
0.0
3.1
20.2
31.3
44.4
52.1
62.1
72.1
79.9
87.8
94.9
99.7
106.5
112.4
118.7
119.2
124.5
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Nil
Nil
52
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135
Nil
62
Nil
55
Nil
50
Nil
52
Nil
80
Nil
Yard
2970
7690
3540
2890
2980
2950
4600
2305
2255
2230
2157
2148
2137
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2110
2103
2053
2048
2040
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C.N.R.
0310
0244
0227
0206
0156
0144
0132
0123
0113
0101
0055
0047
0040
0030
0945
0919
0902
0841
0831
0819
0807
0758
0748
0736
0730
0722
0715
0705
1550
1524
1507
1446
1436
1424
1412
1403
1353
1341
1325
1317
1310
1300
Daily
2
Daily
482
Daily
404
Daily
956
HOT BOX DETECTOR SYSTEM
Instructions for operation of hot box detector system apply. Refer pages 50 to 56 inclusive.
Track Mileage Display Board Inspection Point
Eastward
94.6
55.0
33.6
8.0
Mileage 94.6
Mileage 55.0
Mileage 33.6
Molson
Rennie
Ingolf
^Necessary instructions will be provided by the operator from Kenora.
Display boards are to the left of the track they govern except at Mileage 94.6.
Time at Midpoint for No. 2 on C.N.R. connecting track at Manson is 2035.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 15
 15
TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
KEEWATIN SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES-Continued
In addition to observing any more restrictive speed
restrictions a train carrying one or more full carloads
of any SPECIAL dangerous commodity the following speed restrictions apply — WESTWARD must not
exceed 35 M.P.H. between mileage 109.2 until train
yarded Winnipeg. EASTWARD must not exceed 35
M.P.H. between train yard Winnipeg and mileage
109.2.
When the train order signal at Molson indicates STOP, all
trains must stop before fouling either crossover.
Trains may leave Keewatin without a clearance.
Trains to C.N.R. Pine Falls Subdivision must obtain
clearance OK'd by C.N.R. Train Dispatcher before
leaving Kenora, and may leave Pine Junction without
a clearance.
Trains may leave Manson without clearance provided
train order signal indicates proceed.
Times at Keewatin apply at the station.
Times at Manson for all trains, apply at Yard Limit sign
mileage 118.5.
Manson — Connecting track between Manson and Pine
Junction signalled for movement in both directions.
Movements must not exceed 30 M.P.H.
Train order signal in Westward Direction at Manson
affects trains to C.N.R. connection only.
C.N.R. Time Table and Special Instructions govern on
Pine Falls and Redditt subs.
Trains and engines from C.N.R. must obtain clearance
at Manson before entering main track.
Third paragraph of Rule 97 applies between Oakbank
and Manson.
Provided fixed signals indicate proceed, movements with
the current of traffic, within Kenora yard limits, may
be made on the time of superior trains when kept
sufficiently clear to avoid delay.
Rules 261-262 apply on eastward track between signal
1248 at Whittier and dwarf signal 1195 at Norcran.
Movements against the current of traffic within Kenora
yard limits must be authorized by the yardmaster, unless provided for by form R train order.
Derail installed east end eastward siding Cloverleaf.
Movements on yard or industrial tracks between mileage
118.5 and Winnipeg will be governed by Winnipeg
Terminal footnotes page 20.
Facing
Location
Nil
Kenora
Mileage
2.7
Keewatin
Mileage
20.0
Lowther
Nil
Ingolf
Mileage
51.7
Rennie
Nil
Whitemouth
Nil
Moss Spur
Mileage
87.9
Molson
Nil
Cloverleaf
Nil
Oakbank
Mileage 118.6
Manson
Rule 105A does not apply to eastward siding Molson.
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited at crossing mileage
123.9 (Talbot Avenue).
*No. 1 and No. 2 will stop at Whitemouth to entrain or
detrain revenue passengers.
Switch to ballast Pit on Eastward track at mileage 18.8 is
trailing for movements with the current of traffic.
Switch to ballast Pit on Westward track at mileage 114.6
is trailing for movements with the current of traffic.
Crossovers for movement with the current of traffic are
located as follows:
Trailing
Mileage 0.1
Nil
Mileage 19.9
Mileage 31.2
Mileage 51.8
Mileage 72.0
Mileage 79.9
Mileage 87.8
Mileage 99.8
Mileage 112.3
Nil
Instruction for use of Trackside Radio refer page 71.
In addition to any other restrictions required by train
order loaded trains of continuous welded rail must
not exceed 30 M.P.H.
Rule 99-OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY-
When a train stops under circumstances in which it
may be overtaken by another train, a flagman must
immediately go back at least 2000 yards to ensure
full protection.
AUTOMATIC BLOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM
Eastward on eastward track between:
signal 1252 and block end sign mileage 111.7;
signal 840 and block end sign mileage 78.5;
signal 564 and block end sign mileage 51.2;
signal 358 and block end sign mileage 146.0 Ignace
Sub. located south of westward main track.
In Kenora yard limits the "NOTE" in Rule 93 does not
apply between signal 04 (SPS) and block end sign
mileage 146.0 Ignace Sub.
Eastward signal 78 is a Station Protection Signal.
Westward on westward track between:
signal  1387 Ignace Sub. and block end sign mileage
4.4;
signal 279 and block end sign mileage 33.3;
signal 491 and block end sign mileage 54.8;
signal 691 and block end sign mileage 73.2;
signal 845 and block end sign mileage 89.5;
signal 1117 and block end sign mileage 125.4.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 16
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16
KEEWATIN SUBDIVISION
In Winnipeg yard limits the "NOTE" in Rule 93 does not
apply between signal 1249 and block end sign mileage 125.4.
Westward signal 1225 is a Station Protection Signal.
Rules 281, 285 and 291 apply at dwarf signal 1252.
Rule 509 does not apply at interlocking signals Norcran
and Whittier except that movement to the next signal
must be at restricted speed.
All block signals between Kenora and mileage 90.8 are
located to the left of the track they govern except
eastward signals 128 and 108.
MAXIMUM SPEED M.P.H.
Passenger trains     75
Other trains and engines      60
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS M.P.H.
Psgr. Frt. trains
Mileage—Location trains and engs.
0.0 to 0.2 (On curves).. 35 both tracks...35 both tracks
0.2 to     3.4 (On curves).. 40  both tracks...40 both tracks
3.2 (Public crossing) .*40  both tracks.*40 both tracks
3.4 to 5.2 (On curves).. 45 both tracks...45 both tracks
5.2 to 8.6 (On curves).. 45 both tracks...40 both tracks
8.6 to   11.0 (On curves).. 45  both tracks...45 both tracks
11.0 to   12.2 (On curves).. 40  Eastward 40 Eastward
track track
11.0to   12.2 (On curves)..45 Westward 45 Westward
track track
12.2 to 21.0 (On curves).. 45 both tracks...45 both tracks
21.0 to 28.5 (On curves).. 45 both tracks...40 both tracks
28.5 to 39.0 (On curves).. 45 both tracks...45 both tracks
39.0 to 41.0 (On curves).. 45 both tracks...40 both tracks
41.0 to 49.0 (On curves).. 70 both tracks
49.0 to 55.0 (On curves).. 55 both tracks...55 both tracks
88.0 to   92.0 (On curves).. 50  both tracks...50 both tracks
122.1 to 123.4 40  both tracks...40 both tracks
123.4 to 124.6 25  both tracks...25 both tracks
124.6 (Diamond) 15  Eastward 15 Eastward
track track
124.6 to 124.8 25  both tracks...25 both tracks
125.2 (Bridge) 20  both tracks...20 both tracks
*Until crossing fully occupied.
RESTRICTIONS
Movements        —Mileage 124.6, running test of brakes must
not be made on Red River Bridge.
—Winnipeg,   restricted  speed  between  signal
03 Carberry Sub. and signal 1252.
Diesel units        —5 M.P.H. on wye at Molson.
Pit Spur -Mileage 18.8-DRF-30, 36 prohibited.
Auxiliary cranes-414400-2, 414470-8, and 414500 10 M.P.H.
and 414502 5 M.P.H. on bridge 125.2.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Norcran—C.N.R. and entrance to North Transcona yard-
Interlocking controlled by signalman at Whittier. Should
interlocking signal indicate STOP, contact Signalman for
instructions. If communication fails or if Signalman authorizes movement to pass interlocking signal indicating STOP,
the requirements of Rule 672 apply. Telephone and knife
switch located in box at the crossing. Switches within interlocking limits are dual control, Rule 104B, para. 2 applies.
Movements made under Rule 672 must wait 4 minutes after
opening the knife switch before proceeding over crossing.
FOOTNOTES-Continued
INTERLOCKING
Manson-Junction C.N.R. Connection-Interlocking controlled
by Signalman Whittier. Should Interlocking Signal indicate
STOP contact Signalman for instructions. If communication
fails or if Signalman authorizes movement to pass an interlocking Signal indicating stop the requirements of Rule 672
apply. Movements made under Rule 672 must wait 5 minutes after opening the knife switch before proceeding.
Telephone and knife switch located in box on bungalow.
Switches within Interlocking Limits are DUAL CONTROL
SWITCHES and RULE 104B paragraph 2 applies.
Manson-Movement to C.N.R. Connection-Contact Signalman Whittier and request signal for route to be used. If
Communication fails movement must not be made to the
connection track without first contacting C.N.R. Train
Movement Director for authorization. After authorization
obtained Rules 672 and 104B para. 2 apply. Movements
made under Rule 672 must wait 5 minutes after opening the
knife switch before proceeding.
Whittier-Transcona Lead and junction with Emerson and
Lacdu Bonnet Subs.-lnterlocking.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT
GRADE
Mileage 3.2 -Manual controls for switching or standing
clear on main tracks.
Mileage 71.9 —Manual control for switching or standing
clear on main tracks. After using adjacent
crossover, approaching movements must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully
occupied and must ensure gates are horizontal before obstructing crossing.
Mileage 72.5 —Manual controls for switching or standing
clear on main tracks. Movements on other
than main tracks must ensure gates are
horizontal before obstructing crossing.
Mileage 106.6 —Manual controls for switching or standing
clear on westward track. After using adjacent switch, approaching movements must
not exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully
occupied and must ensure gates are horizontal before obstructing crossing.
Mileage 112.4 —Manual controls for switching or standing
clear. After using adjacent switches, approaching movements must not exceed 15
M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 122.6 —Panet Road. Westward movements occupying timing circuit within 600 ft. of signal
1225 in excess of 45 seconds must not
exceed 10 M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 123.7 —Manhattan Avenue. Westward movements
stopped for signal 1237 should stop 100 feet
east of crossing and use manual control.
MOOSE NOSE SPUR
Northward—Mileage 114.6 Keewatin Sub. to Moose
Nose 2.8 miles
Rule 105 applies.
MAXIMUM SPEED 5 M.P.H.
RESTRICTIONS
Cars —In C.P.R. pit must have all hand brakes
secured and movements on down grade
must have air cut in on all cars and 100%
retainers set up.
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17
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
No
Regular
Trains
i
E
0.0
6.7
20.2
27.8
34.4
43.6
64.5
E
3
7.4
3.0)
5.5/
2.51
5-0/
33.0]
35.
42.5]
45.
63.5
JL
LAC DU BONNET
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
 WHITTIER Z
6.7
 BIRDS HILL Z
13.5
 EAST SELKIRK	
7.6
 TYNDALL	
 BEAUSEJOUR Z
9.2
 MOLSON RYZ
Jet. Keewatin Sub.
20.9
LAC DU BONNET.WYZ
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Nil
74
57
Nil
40
Yard
22
-    9
73  *-
4220
3280
2320
1270
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93A applies.
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
No
Regular
Trains
Mileage 17.0-Special Instruction AA applies to southward
trains.
Standard clock, bulletins and train register at Winnipeg.
Trains may leave Birds Hill without a clearance.
Trains must obtain a clearance at Molson.
Movements on yard or industrial tracks between Whittier
and mileage 7.7 will be governed by Winnipeg Terminal
footnotes page 20.
Rule 105A does not apply.
South switch of Lac du Bonnet Sub. at Molson is normal
when set for movements to station.
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited at crossing mileage 0.3
(Talbot Avenue).
Instructions for use of Trackside Radio refer page 71.
MAXIMUM SPEED 25 M.P.H.
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS
Mileage—Location M.P.H.
0.3 (Talbot Ave.) *10
0.6 (Chalmers Ave.) *10
1.1 (Munroe Ave.) *10
34.2 (Public crossing) *10
34.5 (Public crossing) *10
43.6 to 64.5  20
*until crossing fully occupied
RESTRICTIONS
Movements —Lac Du Bonnet, Engine must not pass
loading ramps on elevator and ore loading
tracks.
Diesel units -8921, DRF-30, 36, 5 M.P.H. on sidings
Birds Hill, East Selkirk, Beausejour and on
wye at Molson, and must not use other
than main track at Tyndall and are prohibited between mileage 45.0 and mileage
64.5.
—Engine consist must not exceed two units
between Molson and Lac Du Bonnet.
Auxiliary cranes—15 M.P.H.  between  Molson and  Lac du
Bonnet.
JUNCTION with Keewatin Sub. at Whittier-lnterlocking.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 6.2— C.N.R.—Automatic interlocking. Approaching movements must not exceed 15 M.P.H.
within 500 feet of the governing interlocking
signal. Push-button provided for return
southward movement while switching.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT
GRADE
Mileage 0.3— Talbot Avenue. When movements stop at a
point where crossing signals are actuated, a
member of the crew must flag street traffic
over the crossing. After using Transcona lead
switch, approaching movements must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully
occupied.
Mileage 0.6 — Chalmers Ave. Operation of crossing signals
interconnected with roadway traffic signals.
Mileage 1.1 —Munroe Ave. Manual controls provided for
switching, standing clear or making reverse
movements on main track. Movements must
not exceed 10 M.P.H. within 600 feet until
crossing fully occupied. After using adjacent
main track switch approaching movements
must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing
fully occupied. Operation of crossing signals
interconnected with roadway traffic signals.
Mileage 1.6— Kimberly Avenue. Manual controls for
switching or standing clear on main track.
Mileage 6.7— Movements on siding must stop at stop signs
and actuate signals by manual control.
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NORTHWARD
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
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TRAINS
INFERIOR
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DIRECTION
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FOURTH CLASS
SECOND CLASS
939
941
950
938
Freight
Freight
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CO
STATIONS
££
CO
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Freight
Freight
Daily
Daily
i
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Daily
Daily
2300
1100
63.8
i
61.0
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MR
yard
0810
2010
3.2
60.6
... FREDENSTHALWEST .
Nil
2320
1120
53.9
55.31
52.8/
 DOMINION CITY Z
8.1
78
4480
0755
1955
2335
1135
45 8
 ARNAUD	
Nil
0740
1940
2350
0001
0010
0025
1150
1200
1210
1225
38.1
32.3
28.5
21.0
11.0
7.7
 DUFROST  P
82
Nil
76
Nil
4710
4360
0725
0715
0705
0650
1925
1915
1905
1850
5.8
CAREY	
o o
 OTTERBURNE P
7.5
..NIVERVILLE	
11.7
0050
1250
9.3
0.0
i
i
 GRANDE POINTE ...PZ
9 3
 WHITTIER Z
82
Nil
4690
0625
1825
Daily
Daily
Rule 41 applies.
Daily
Daily
Rule 93A applies.
939
941
Special Instruction Y applies.
950
938
HOT BOX DETECTOR SYSTEM
Instructions for operation of hot box detector system apply. Refer pages 50 to 56 inclusive.
Direction                         Mileage                            Display Board                                Set Out Point
Southward                            15.9                                       15.9                                       Niverville
Northward                       **15.9                                      15.9                                     Grande Pointe
Southward                           49.1                                      49.1                                      Dominion City
Northward                           49.1                                       49.1                                       Arnaud
**lf a hot box detector marked with double asterisks is inoperative Special Instruction AA applies at the location of that
detector.
In addition to observing any more restrictive speed restric-        Movements on yard or industrial tracks within Winnipeg
ln^,aA!ra"? carrV|n9 one or more fuM carloads of any             yard limits will be governed by Winnipeg Terminal foot-
bPtCIAL  dangerous  commodity  the  following  speed             notes page 20
restrictions apply - NORTHWARD must not exceed 35
M.P.H. between mileage 15.9 until train yarded Winni-        Northward movements must contact train yard co-ordinator
peg. SOUTHWARD must not exceed 35 M.P.H. between             before leaving Grande Pointe.
train yard Winnipeg and mileage 15.9.
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited at crossings mileage 1.6
Standard clock, bulletins and train register at Winnipeg                      (Marion Street), mileage 2.34 (Elizabeth Road), mileage
3.2 (Cottonwood Road) and mileage 3.44 (Highway 1).
Trains may leave Grande Pointe without a clearance.
:                                  ^.^e,,;    D  ■   no ^                     ,n addition to any other restrictions required by train order
In Whittier yard limits, the    NOTE    in Rule 93 does not             loaded trains of continuous welded rail must not exceed
apply.                                                                                                  30 M.P.H.
Times at Emerson apply at the north yard limit sign mileage
61.0.
Northward  trains  must register at both  Princess St. and
Yard Office, Winnipeg. Train register at Princess St. is
located on pole north of depot track 8.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 19
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19
EMERSON SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES - Continued
Rule 99 - OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY -
When a train stops under circumstances in which it may
be overtaken by another train, a flagman must immediately go back at least 2000 yards to ensure full protection.
AUTOMATIC BLOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM
Southward between:
Interlocking signal mileage 1.0 and block end sign mileage 4.2.
Northward between:
signal 35 and northward interlocking signal mileage 1.1.
MAXIMUM SPEED 50 M.P.H.
When Handling over   7,500 tons 40 M.P.H.
When Handling over 10,000 tons 30 M.P.H.
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS
Mileage—Location M.P.H.
0.0 to 0.8 15
0.8 to 6.0 25
62.8 to 63.2 15
RESTRICTIONS
Movements —Emerson, 5 M.P.H. on wye.
JUNCTION with Keewatin Sub. at Whittier-lnterlocking.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage  1.1 — Interlocking controlled by CNR. Should interlocking signals indicate stop, CNR Train
Movement Director — Winnipeg must be contacted, Rule 672 applies.
If communication fails. Rule 672 applies.
0.3 miles south of Emerson—C.N.R.—Non-interlocked.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT
GRADE
Mileage 0.7 —Plinquet Street. Movements must not exceed
10 M.P.H. within 500 feet until crossing
fully occupied. Manual control for switching
or standing clear on main track. After using
adjacent main track switches, approaching
movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until
crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 1.6 —Marion Street. After using adjacent switches,
approaching movements must not exceed 5
M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 3.2—Cottonwood Avenue. Operation of crossing
signals interconnected with roadway traffic
signals.
Mileage 9.3 -Provincial Road 300. Manual control for
switching or standing clear on main track
South of crossing. After using adjacent
switch Southward movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 21.0-Manual control for switching or standing
clear on main track. On elevator track,
movements must stop at stop signs and
southward movements must actuate signals
by manual control.
Mileage 28.3 -After using adjacent switches, approaching
movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until
crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 32.2 -After   using   adjacent   switch,   approaching
movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until
crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 45.9 -Movements on elevator track must stop at
stop signs.
Mileage 53.8 -Isabella Ave.  Movements on business track
must stop at stop signs.
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TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
WINNIPEG TERMINAL
Movements on main tracks and sidings will be governed by
time tables for subdivisions over which such movements
are operated. Unless otherwise provided, where a public
crossing at grade crosses both a main track and yard or
industrial tracks, subdivision footnotes apply to all
movements over such crossing.
Yard limits Winnipeg extend to:
Mileage 118.5 Keewatin Sub.
Mileage     7.4 Lac du Bonnet Sub.
Mileage   11.0 Emerson Sub.
Mileage     6.0 Winnipeg Beach Sub.
Mileage     6.0 Arborg Sub.
Mileage    12.0 La Riviere Sub.
Mileage     5.8 Carberry Sub.
YARD AND INDUSTRIAL TRACKS
Whistle Signal 14(L) is prohibited at the following crossings:
J lead-Logan Avenue l lead-Logan Avenue
Notre Dame Avenue McPhillips Street
Lincoln Avenue Notre Dame Avenue
Erin Street
Clifton Street
Spruce Street
O lead—Selkirk Avenue
RESTRICTIONS
Movements   -Mileage 6.0 Lac du Bonnet Sub., 10 M.P.H.
on Imperial Oil Spur.
—Winnipeg depot area, use track 5, 6, 7 or 8
when handling:
multi-level automobile cars;
piggybacks;
dimensional loads;
piledriver 400040;
cabooses with centre saddle-back cupolas.
—Murray    Park    Industrial    Lead—Maximum
Speed 15 M.P.H. and Movements must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. over all unprotected crossings at grade.
-St. James Industrial Area, 5 M.P.H. over all
unprotected   public  crossings  at  grade,  including the following limits:
North—Notre Dame Avenue.
East   —Empress Street and its projection
northward.
South—St. Matthews Avenue.
West —Winnipeg International Airport.
Diesel units   -8921,   DRF-30,   36,   prohibited  on  tracks
leading to Canada Packers, Swift Canadian
or Union Stockyards, and on any individual
spur.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Transcona lead-Keewatin Sub. at Whittier-lnterlocking.
J lead-C.N.R. between Wellington and Sargent Avenues-
Non-interlocked.
Saskatchewan Avenue lead-C.N.R.-Interlocking. Movements must stop, operate switches in control box
located on interlocking signal and then be governed by
signal indication. If signal fails to clear, the requirements
of Rule 672 must be observed.
PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Talbot Ave.—Mileage 0.3 Lac du Bonnet Sub. When movements stop at a point where crossing signals are actuated,
a member of the crew must flag street traffic over the
crossing.
Chalmers Ave.—Mileage 0.6 Lac du Bonnet Sub. Movements
on other than main track must stop at stop signs. Operation of crossing signals interconnected with roadway
traffic signals.
Munroe Ave.—Mileage 1.1 Lac du Bonnet Sub. On Transcona lead movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. within
400 feet until crossing fully occupied. Cars must not be
left standing within 400 feet of crossing.
On yard track movements must stop at stop signs, actuate signals by manual control and wait 30 seconds before
obstructing crossing. Operation of crossing signals interconnected with roadway traffic signals.
Transcona lead—Highway 59. Westward movements must
stop at stop sign and actuate signals by manual control.
Eastward movements must not exceed 10 M.P.H. within
500 feet until crossing fully occupied.
Plinquet Street—Mileage 0.7 Emerson Sub. Movements on
other than main track must stop at stop signs where
provided and on Track S-30 must be protected by
member of crew.
Marion Street—Mileage 1.6 Emerson Sub. Movements on
working lead must stop at stop signs.
L lead—At Sargent Ave., Logan Ave., Notre Dame Ave.,
Erin St., McPhillips St., and Wellington Ave., movements
must stop at stop signs and actuate signals by manual
control.
J lead—Movements over Logan Avenue, Alexander Avenue,
Lincoln Avenue and Notre Dame Avenue must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. Movements over Wellington Avenue
must stop before obstructing crossing.
O lead—Selkirk Ave. at mileage 0.50 Winnipeg Beach Sub.
Movements must stop at stop signs.
Keewatin Street—Mileage 3.1 Carberry Sub. Movements on
yard tracks must stop at stop signs and ensure gates are
horizontal before obstructing crossing.
MANITOBA SUGAR SPUR
Eastward—mileage 8.5 La Riviere Sub. to
end of track 2.5 miles
Rule 105 applies.
MAXIMUM SPEED .10 M.P.H.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS
AT GRADE
Mileage 2.06—Waverley St. Westward movements
must stop at stop sign and actuate signals by
manual control. Eastward movements must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. within 400 feet until crossing
fully occupied.
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21
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
No
Regular
Trains
i
3
CC
E
o
0.0
6.4
17.6
21.0
36.9
47.1
56.5
81.9
6.0
18.8
22
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55.5
59
81.1
WINNIPEG
BEACH
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
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RUGBY Z
Jet. Arborg Sub.
MIDDLECHURCH	
11.2
FORT GARRY	
3.4
 SELKIRK WYZ
15.9
 NETLEY	
10.2
WINNIPEG BEACH
9.4
 GIMLI YZ
25.4
 RIVERTON YZ
■D
Nil
Nil
45
32
Nil
Nil
34
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w.E
2610
1840
1960
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93A applies.
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
No
Regular
Trains
Mileage 21.0 —Special Instruction AA applies to southward
trains.
Standard clock, bulletins and train register at Winnipeg.
Trains may leave Rugby without a clearance.
Arriving trains must contact south hump co-ordinator for
permission to enter yard before fouling piggyback terminal switch. If held out, such trains must be clear of
switch.
Movements on yard or industrial tracks within Winnipeg
yard limits will be governed by Winnipeg Terminal footnotes page 20.
Switch where Arborg Sub. joins Winnipeg Beach Sub. at
Rugby is normal when set for Arborg Sub.
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited at crossings:
Mileage 0.50 (Selkirk Ave.)     Mileage 1.09 (Mountain Ave.)
Mileage 0.55 (Pritchard Ave.) Mileage 1.3   (Church Ave.)
Mileage 0.69 (Magnus Ave.)    Mileage 1.45 (Cathedral Ave.)
Mileage 0.73 (Burrows Ave.)   Mileage 1.52 (Bannerman Ave.)
Mileage 0.9   (Redwood Ave.)Mileage 1.59 (Atlantic Ave.)
Mileage 1.02 (College Ave.)    Mileage 1.63 (Poison Ave.)
MAXIMUM SPEED 25 M.P.H.
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS
Mileage—Location M.P.H.
0.0 to   5.0   10
46.9 to 47.7   ]0
50.0 to 56.6   15
56.6 to 57.3   10
57.3 to 81.9   15
RESTRICTIONS
Movements —Selkirk on wye tracks must not exceed
5 M.P.H. and on Silica Sand Plant lead,
stop before obstructing public crossings
at Taylor Ave. and Main St.
-Gimli, 10 M.P.H. on Airport Spur.
Diesel units -8921, DRF-30, 36, prohibited on bridge
81.6. Diesel units are prohibited on
Seagrams distillery scale, Gimli.
Auxiliary cranes-414470-80, 500-3, 650, prohibited between bridge 43.7 and mileage 81.9.
-414400-2 prohibited on bridge 81.6.
Cars -CP 381900-959 prohibited.
—Those with maximum gross weight
376,500 Lbs. or over, prohibited.
—Those weighing up to 263,000 lbs. gross
weight on rail may be handled between
Selkirk and Gimli provided they are separated by at least one car not exceeding
220,000 lbs. gross.
JUNCTION with Carberry Sub. at Rugby-Interlocking.
Movements must not exceed 10 M.P.H. through the
interlocking.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT
GRADE
Mileage   0.3 -McPhillips Street. Manual control for switching.
Mileage 21.1 —Manual  control   for  switching  or  standing
clear.
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NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
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SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
No
Regular
Trains
No
Regular
Trains
STATIONS
Y
0.0
18.2
27.8
6.0
 RUGBY Z
18.2
 STONEWALL	
9.6
 BALMORAL	
Nil
25
27
1440
1580
t
t
33.0
 GUNTON	
19
1110
1
T
37.7
74.3
72.5
TEULON	
36.6
 ARBORG.WYZ
36
Yard
2080
n
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93A applies.
1
Mileage 18.0 -Special Instruction AA applies to southward          RESTRICTIONS
trams-                                                                             Diesel units         - DRF-30, 36, prohibited on bridge 74.1.
Standard clock, bulletins and train register at Winnipeg.             Auxiliary cranes - 15 M.P.H.
.iU -          .                                                                                -414470-80, 500-3, 650, prohibited.
Trains may leave Rugby without a clearance.
Cars                      -CP 381900-959, prohibited.
Arriving trains must contact south hump co-ordinator for                                       -Those with maximum gross weight
permission to enter yard before fouling piggyback ter-                                          376,500 Lbs. or over, prohibited.
minal switch. If held out, such trains must be clear of
switch.                                                                                              AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT
Movements on yard or industrial tracks within Winnipeg
yard limits will be governed by Winnipeg Terminal foot-         Mileage   2.3 —Manual  controls for switching or standing
notes page 20.                                                                                                            clear. After using adjacent switches approaching movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H.
Rule 105A does not apply.                                                                                         until crossing fully occupied.
Switch where Arborg Sub. joins Winnipeg Beach Sub. at        Mileage 18.0-Manual  control  for  switching  or  standing
Rugby is normal when set for Arborg Sub.                                                           c,ear- Movements on siding must stop at stop
signs.
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited at crossings mileage 1.04
(Pritchard Avenue) and mileage 1.1 (Manitoba Avenue).
MAXIMUM SPEE
PERMANENT SL
D	
.. 30 M.P.H.
OW ORDERS
Mileage—Location                                                            M.P.H.
0.0 to   3.0    10
18.7 to 19.5    10
19.6 (Public crossing) *10
27.8 (Public crossing) *10
37.8 (Public crossing) *10
73.9 (Public crossing) *  5
74.2 (Public crossing)  *  5
*until crossing fully occupied
1
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EASTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
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SUPERIOR DIRECTION
No
Regular
Trains
FOURTH
CLASS
STATIONS
90
Freight
Daily
0.0
3.3
▼
... ..WOODMAN..   Z
3 3
MURRAY PARK Z
Nil
Nil
1040
6.0
6.3
9.6
HEADINGLEY
13.5
46
2660
1025
23.1
22.2
24.0,
STARBUCK     Z
7.7
46
2690
0950
30.8
FANNYSTELLE
6.4
CULROSS
Nil
0935
37.2
Nil
0920
41.7
41.01
42.7
ELM CREEK RYZ
9.1
44
2520
0910
-       M
50.8
HAYWOOD
Nil
0850
y
57.4
ST. CLAUDE
52
2970
0835
I
66.5
RATHWELL
6.9
44
2550
0815
T
73.4
72.8)
74.7J
TREHERNE.    Z
8.5
Nil
0800
F
81.9
HOL
LAND
10
41
2340
0740
1(
91.9
CYPRESS RIVER.
Nil
0715
100.9
99.8)
102.1,
GLENBORO.  Z
15.6
58
3330
0655
116.5
123.8
 TREE!
5BANK	
3
TRANSFER
47
Nil
2690
0620
7
METHVEN
128.2
NESBITT
41
2370
0550
13.4
141.6
143.5
JMEWSTEAD	
5.1
Nil
0515
146.7
t
SOURIS CKYZ
D
Yard
0500
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Daily
Rule 93A applies.
90
Special Instruction Y applies.
CARMAN SPUR
Mileage 23.0-Special Instruction AA applies to Eastward
trains.
Westward;
Rule 105 a
Elm Creek to Carman .1
5.0 miles
In addition to observing any more restrictive speed restric
pplies.
MAXIMUM
A SPEED .'
15 M.P.H.
tions a train carrying one or more full carloads of any
SPECIAL  dangerous  commodity  the  following  speed
PERMANENT SLOW ORDER
restrictions apply - EASTWARD must not exceed 15
10 M.P.H. Carman to end of track.
M.P.H.  between mileage 3.0 Glenboro sub. until train
RESTRICTIONS
yarded   Winnipeg.  WESTWARD  must  not exceed  35
M.P.H.  between train yard Winnipeg and mileage 5.7
Diesel Units  -DRF 30, 36 prohibited Carman to end
of track
Carberry sub.
Auxiliary cranes-414470-8, 500-2, prohibited.
Cars               -Covered hoppers 10 M.P.H.
-CP 381900-959 prohibited.
RAILWAY CROSSING AT GRADE
Mileage 13.2      -C.N.R. - Non-interlocked.
CONT
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TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
GLENBORO SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES - Continued
Standard clock, bulletins and train register at Winnipeg.
Trains may leave Murray Park without a clearance.
Movements on yard or industrial tracks between Woodman
and mileage 4.0 will be governed by Winnipeg Terminal
footnotes page 20.
Elm Creek is a register station only when instructed by
train order.
Rule 105A does not apply at Treesbank.
East switch Souris is normal when set for yard.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT
GRADE
Mileage 3.3 — Sturgeon Road. Manual control for standing clear of crossing or adjacent switch.
After using adjacent switch, approaching
movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H.
until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 5.3— Highway 101. Operation of crossing signals
interconnected with roadway traffic signals.
Mileage 23.2 — Manual control for switching or standing
clear on main track. Movements on business track must stop at stop sign and not
exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully
occupied.
AUTOMATIC BLOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM
Eastward between:
signal 138 and block end sign mileage 10.5
Westward between:
signal 55 Carberry Sub. and block end sign mileage 1.5
signal 113 and block end sign mileage 14.2.
Rule 509 does not apply except that movement to the
block end sign must be at restricted speed.
MAXIMUM SPEED 25 M.P.H.
RESTRICTIONS
Movements   —Elm Creek, 5 M.P.H. on wye.
Diesel units  —Engines in excess of 20 axles must not exceed 10 M.P.H. on other than main track.
JUNCTION with Carberry Sub. at Woodman-interlocking.
Controlled by Signalman at Rugby. Should interlocking
signal indicate STOP, contact Signalman for instructions.
If communication fails or if Signalman authorizes movement to pass interlocking signal indicating STOP, the
requirements of Rule 672 apply. Telephone and knife
switch located in box on bungalow. Switches within
interlocking limits are dual control and Rule 104B,
para. 2 applies.
Mileage 30.7 — After using adjacent switch, approaching
movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H.
until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 41.2 —Highway 2. Manual control for switching
or standing clear. After using switch to
Gibbs Farm Spur at mileage 41.5, eastward
movements must not exceed 10 M.P.H.
when approaching and within 500 feet,
until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 42.2— Highway 13. Manual control for switching
or standing clear. After using adjacent
switch, approaching movements must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully
occupied.
lileage 57.5 — After using adjacent switch, approaching
movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H.
until crossing fully occupied.
M
Mileage 66.7 — Manual controls for switching or standing
clear on main track.
Mileage 82.0 — Manual control for switching or standing
clear. Movements on business track must
stop at stop signs.
Mileage 91.7 —On business track, movements must stop
at stop signs and westward movements
must actuate signals by manual control.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage    12.4—Interlocking  controlled   by CNR.  Should
interlocking   signals   indicate   stop,   CNR
Train Movement Director — Winnipeg must
be contacted, Rule 672 applies.
If communication fails, Rule 672 applies.
Mileage 100.5 — After using adjacent switch, approaching
movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H.
until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 123.8 — C.N.R.—Interlocking. Movements must not
exceed 15 M.P.H. from the governing approach signal until crossing occupied. Rule
605A does not apply.
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25
WESTWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
No
Regular
Trains
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o.o
7.4
9.7
16.4
22.5
33.6
40.7
54.2
63.8
71.9
79.3
85.9
92.6
100.4
103.5
111.0
12.0
15.7)1
17.3H
32.7
34.4
39
41
53
55
5.2)
i.sj
4.6/
i
61
64
70.5
72
77
80
98.61
101.1 J
,109.7
L
LARIVIERE
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
 RUGBY        Z
 FORT WHYTE  Z
2.3
 FORTRESS     Z
6.7
 LASALLE      Z
6.1
 DOMAIN	
11.1
 McTAVISH      Z
7.1
 MORRIS        Z
ROSENFELDRYZ
Jet. Gretna Sub.
9.6
PLUM COULEE....Z
 WINKLER Z
 MORDEN.   YZ
THORNHILL
6.7
DARLINGFORD.
7.8
 MANITOU Z
3.1
 BINNEY	
7.5
LA RIVIERE CKYZ
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Nil
46
33
Nil
86
Nil
28
27
39
39
49
Nil
Nil
Nil
27
Yard
f.i
2670
1880
4910
1630
1560
2230
2260
2820
1590
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93A applies.
Special Instruction Y applies.
EASTWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
No
Regular
Trains
i
Mileage 16.0-Special  Instruction AA applies to eastward
trains.
Standard clock, bulletins and train register at Winnipeg.
Trains may leave Fortress without a clearance.
Movements on yard or industrial tracks between Rugby and
mileage 11.5 will be governed by Winnipeg Terminal
footnotes page 20.
Special Instruction L applies to eastward trains Darlingford
to Morden and westward trains Binney to La Riviere.
Rule 105A does not apply at Winkler.
In addition to any other restrictions required by train order
loaded trains of continuous welded rail must not exceed
30 M.P.H.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 26
 26
TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
LA RIVIERE SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES - Continued
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited at crossings:
Mileage 0.33 (Logan Ave.)
Mileage 0.67 (Lincoln Ave.)
Mileage 0.88 (Notre Dame Ave.)
Mileage 2.06 (Ellice Ave.)
Mileage 3.42 (Academy Road)
Mileage 3.89 (Grosvenor Ave.)
Mileage 4.15 (Corydon Ave.)
MAXIMUM SPEED  30 M.P.H.
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS
Mileage—Location M.P.H.
0.0 to     4.7 10
4.7 to    11.5 25
53.9 (Public crossing) *20
53.9 to 111.0    20
* Until crossing fully occupied.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel units        -DRF-30, 36, prohibited on bridge 110.6.
Auxiliary cranes -414470-8, 500-2, prohibited.
Cars - CP 381900-959 prohibited.
— Those with maximum gross weight
376,500 Lbs. or over, prohibited.
JUNCTION with Carberry Sub. at Rugby-Interlocking.
Movements must not exceed 10 M.P.H. through the
interlocking.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage   5.2—Interlocking controlled by CNR. Should interlocking signals indicate stop, CNR Train
Movement   Director   —  Winnipeg   must   be
contacted, Rule 672 applies.
If communication fails, Rule 672 applies.
Mileage 41.0—C.N.R.—Automatic interlocking. Movements
must not exceed 15 M.P.H. from the governing approach signal until crossing occupied.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT
GRADE
Mileage 0.33—Logan Ave. After using adjacent switch,approaching movements must not exceed 5
M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 0.9 -Notre Dame Ave. After using adjacent switches, approaching movements must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 1.8 —Sargeant Ave. Manual control for standing
clear on North side of crossing or when
switching and ensure gates are in horizontal
position before obstructing the crossing.
Mileage   4.6 —Grant Ave.   Manual control for switching.
Mileage 5.1 —Taylor Ave. Westward movements stopped
for signal 51 should stop 100 feet east of
crossing and use manual control. When ready
to proceed, do not exceed 3 M.P.H. until
crossing fully occupied, unless protection
has been started by manual control.
Mileage 5.3 —Wilkes Ave. Eastward movements stopped
for signal 52 should stop 100 feet west of
crossing and use manual control. When ready
to proceed, do not exceed 3 M.P.H. until
crossing fully occupied, unless protection
has been started by manual control.
Mileage 6.8 —Kenaston Blvd. After using, or standing
clear of, Canada Cement switch mileage 7.0,
approaching movements must not exceed 5
M.P.H. within 500 feet until crossing fully
occupied.
Mileage   7.5 —Highway 3.  Manual control for switching.
Mileage 11.0—Highway 100. Westward movements
occupying timing circuit defined by signs for
a period exceeding two minutes must not
exceed 10 M.P.H. within 350 feet until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 33.7 -Highway 205. Manual control for switching or standing clear. After using adjacent
switch approaching movements must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 40.9 —After using adjacent switches, approaching
movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until
crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 63.5-Manual control for switching or standing
clear. After using adjacent switches, approaching movements must not exceed 5
M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 71.7—Highway 32. Manual control for switching
or standing clear. After using adjacent
switch, approaching movements must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully
occupied.
Mileage 71.9 —5th St. After using main track switch east of
station, approaching movements must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied. Movements on elevator track must be
protected by member of crew.
Mileage 85.8 —After using adjacent switch, approaching
movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until
crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 92.6 —Movements on elevator track must stop at
stop signs.
Mileage  2.3 - St.    Matthews
switching.
Ave.    Manual    control    for
 TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
27
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
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TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION   |
No
Regular
Trains
STATIONS
No
Regular
Trains
1
13.8
6.8
0.0
1
12.8
5.5 j;
1.2
4
 GRETNA YZ
7.0
 ALTONA Z
..ROSENFELD..RYZ
Yard
Nil
Yard
1
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Lights   need   not  be  displayed   on   switches  and yard
limit signs.
MAXIMUM SPEED 30 M.P.H.
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS
Mileage—Location
7.0 to 13.8	
M.P.H.
.   10
RESTRICTIONS
Auxiliary cranes-414470-8, 500-2, prohibited on
bridges 2.0 and 7.8 except in travel
condition.
Cars -Mileage   13.6,  must  not  be  left less
than    65   feet   clear   of   north   side
Hespler Ave.
 28
TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
WESTWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
1
Psgr.
Daily
FROM
C.N.R.
1510
•1615
1650
Daily
109
Psgr.
Daily
FROM
C.N.R.
1207
•1257
1340
Daily
109
a
'E
c
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o
0.0
1.9
5.7
7.5
15.2
22.4
28.9
40.5
48.8
53.7
55.6
56.9
61.1
73.1
77.8
84.8
92.9
95.0
105.8
108.5
121.8
133.1
5.8
CARBERRY
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
 WINNIPEG CKZ
1.9
 RUGBY VXZ
Jet. La Riviere and
Winnipeg Beach Subs.
o o
 WOODMAN PXZ
Jet. Glenboro Sub.
1.8
 BERGEN	
V ROSSER PVX
7.2
 MEADOWS PVX
- dv MARQUETTE....PVX
V... POPLAR POINT...PVX
8 3
V .HIGH BLUFF.    PV
4.9
 TUCKER	
1.9
PORTAGE LAPRAIRIE..WYI
Jet. Minnedosa Sub.
1.3
 SHEPP	
Jet. C.N.R. Connection
4.2
 CONEY	
12.0
 BAGOT...	
4.7
 MACGREGOR	
,. 7.0
2f AUSTIN	
8.1
 SIDNEY	
§ 2.1
p  MELBOURNE	
10.8
 CARBERRY	
2.7
 TAPLEY	
13 3
 DOUGLAS	
11.3
 BRANDON CK
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Nil
Nil
Nil
E130
W124
Nil
E127
E123
W123
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
167
167
Nil
Nil
Nil
167
Nil
167
167
Yard
>
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co.£
7440
7110
7260
7020
7050
9520
9520
9530
9530
9530
EASTWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
2
Psgr.
Daily
TO
C.N.R.
1620
•1520
1445
Daily
2
110
Psgr.
Daily
TO
C.N.R.
1755
*1700
1630
Daily
110
HOT BOX DETECTOR SYSTEM
Instructions for operation of hot box detector system apply. Refer pages 50 to 56 inclusive.
Track and/
or Direction Mileage Display Board Set off Point
Eastward
Eastward
Westward
Eastward
Westward
Eastward
Westward
**12.1
37.2
37.1
68.0
68.0
101.3
101.3
12.1
37.2
37.1
68.0
68.0
101.3
101.3
Winnipeg
Marquette
Poplar Point
Coney
MacGregor
Melbourne
Carberry
**lf a hot box detector marked with double asterisks is inoperative Special Instruction AA applies at the location of that
detector.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 29
 TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
29
CARBERRY SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES-Continued
Time at Midpoint for No. 109 on C.N.R. Connecting
track at Shepp is 1200 and for No. 1 time is 1503.
Time at Midpoint for No. 2 on C.N.R. Connecting track
at Shepp is 1627 and for No. 110 time is 1802.
In addition to observing any more restrictive speed
restrictions a train carrying one or more full carloads
of any SPECIAL dangerous commodity the following speed restrictions apply — EASTWARD must not
exceed 35 M.P.H. between mileage 7.5 until train
yarded Winnipeg. WESTWARD must not exceed 35
M.P.H. between train yard Winnipeg and mileage 7.5.
Shepp —VIA connecting track between Carberry Sub.
and CNR Rivers Sub.    C.T.C.
Maximum speed 30 M.P.H.
Trains to C.N.R. at Shepp must obtain clearance OK'd
by C.N.R. Train Dispatcher before leaving Brandon,
and may leave C.N.rT.Eighth Street without a clearance.
Trains from C.N.R. to Carberry sub. must obtain C.P.R.
clearance OK'd by C.P.R. Train Dispatcher from
C.N.R. Operator at Portage la Prairie and may leave
Shepp without a clearance.
C.N.R. Time Table and Special Instructions govern on
Rivers sub. ' %;
- *    '■)■•
Rules 251-257 apply between Woodman and Tucker.
Train order signal at Portage la Prairie affects trains on
Carberry Sub. only.    |
After westward trains have been cleared at Winnipeg
they may accept and act on verbal information from
the train dispatcher, by radio, that another train will
be leaving a specified amount late or at a specific time.
CTC between signal 537 Tucker and Brandon and on
Brandon East Long Lead between signal 02 Wheatland
Spur and signal 1316 Brandon.
Exception to Rule 514 does not apply.
The provisions of Rule 268 apply within CTC on
Brandon East Long Lead and movements must not
enter that portion of Brandon East Long Lead under
Rule 265.
Two Tracks between Winnipeg and mileage 53.7 and
between mileage 84.4 and mileage 94.1.
Main tracks between mileage 84.4 and mileage 94.1 are
designated North Track and South Track.
*No. 1,No. 2, No. 109 and No. 110 will stop at Carberry
to entrain or detrain revenue passengers.
Special Instruction D applies at the following switches:
Mileage Location
77.4 78.0 elevator track MacGregor
77.7   north business
track MacGregor
84.5 85.0 (South Track).elevator track Austin
92.8 93.2 (South Trackj.elevator track Sidney
93.3 93.9 (North Track).storage track Sidney
105.5  transfer track Carberry
105.9  106.1 elevator track Carberry
Trains may leave Woodman without a clearance.
Movements on yard or industrial tracks between
Winnipeg and mileage 9.2 will be governed by
Winnipeg Terminal footnotes page 20.
Instructions for use of Trackside Radio refer page 70.
Westward movements must not enter yard tracks at
Tucker under Rule 265.
Westward movements must not enter siding at Melbourne
under Rule 265.
Eastward movements must not enter yard tracks at
Portage la Prairie under Rule 265.
In addition to any other restrictions required by train
order loaded trains of continuous welded rail must
not exceed 30 M.P.H.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 30
 30
TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
CARBERRY SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES-Continued
Rule 99-OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY
When a train stops under circumstances in which it
may be overtaken by another train, a flagman must
immediately go back at least 2000 yards to ensure
full protection.
AUTOMATIC BLOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM
EASTWARD:
Between signal 538 Tucker and block end sign
mileage 0.3. Rules 281, 285 and 291 apply at
dwarf signals 14 and 08.
In Winnipeg yard limits the "NOTE" to Rule
93 does not apply between signal 08 and block
end sign mileage 0.3.
WESTWARD:
Between signal 03 and signal 537 Tucker. Rules
281, 285 and 291 apply at dwarf signals 03 and
13.
Signal 195 is a Station Protection Signal.
Rule 509 does not apply at interlocking signals Rugby and
Woodman except that movement to the next signal or
block end sign must be at restricted speed.
Eastward signals located to the left of the track they govern:
1296, 1220, 1076, dwarf signal mileage 94.2, N920, N896,
N864, N844, 724, 602 and dwarf signal mileage 53.8.
Westward signals located to the left of the track they govern:
dwarf signal mileage 53.7, 563, dwarf signal mileage 62.1,
dwarf signal mileage 74.1, S865, S895, S921, S941, 959,
dwarf signal mileage 109.5, dwarf signal mileage 123.7,
1293, 1313, and 1323.
MAXIMUM SPEED M.P.H.
Passenger trains (between Shepp and Brandon)    75
Other trains and engines    60
RESTRICTIONS
Movements
Diesel units
Cars
-Winnipeg, restricted speed between signal
1252 Keewatin Sub. and signal 03.
-Mileage 14.5, 5 M.P.H. on Atomic Energy
Spur.
-Brandon, 30 M.P.H. on East Long Lead.
-Brandon,   15 M.P.H. on Transfer Track
and Dryden Chemical Spur.
-Portage la Prairie, 5 M.P.H. on Campbell
Soup   Spur   and    Industrial    Park   lead
(McCain's)
-8921, DRF-30, 36, prohibited on McAllister Spur and McCain's Spur off Industrial Park Lead at Portage la Prairie.
-Portage la Prairie, cars exceeding 56'6"
in length prohibited on McAllister Spur.
JUNCTION with Winnipeg Beach and La Riviere Subs, at
Rugby—Interlocking. Movements to or from these subdivisions must not exceed 10 M.P.H. through the interlocking.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage   5.7
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS
M.P.H.
Mileage—Location
Psgr.
trains
Frt. trains
and engs.
Mileage  56.6
1.8 (McPhillips St. Subway).15 both tracks 15 both tracks
1.9 to 4.0 35 both tracks 35 both tracks
4.0 to 5.8 50 both tracks 50 both tracks
50.7 to 52.3 westward  55
54.0 (on curve) 50
54.9 (Lee St.) *40
55.6 (Main St.) *30
56.2 (8th St.) *35
57.4 (Highway 1A)
westward *55
57.4 (Highway 1A) to 58.2
eastward 60
57.9 (on curve) 60
87.0 to 93.3 60
111.4 (on curve) 70
123.0 (on curve) 70
128.7 (on curve) 70
131.6 to 0.6 Broadview Sub ...20
*until crossing fully occupied
...50
.*40
.*30
.*35
.*55
Mileage 105.6
both tracks 55 both tracks
.20
—C.N.R. and junction with Glenboro Sub.
at Woodman — Interlocking controlled by
Signalman at Rugby. Should interlocking
signal indicate STOP, contact Signalman
for instructions. If communication fails
or if Signalman authorizes movement to
pass interlocking signal indicating STOP,
the requirements of Rule 672 apply.
Telephone and knife switch located in
box on bungalow. Switches within interlocking limits are dual control. Rule
104B, para. 2 applies. Permissible speed
50 M.P.H.
-Interlocking controlled by CNR. Should
interlocking signals indicate STOP, obtain
Rule 264 from CP Dispatcher. CNR Train
Movement Director must be contacted
and Rule 672 applies. If communication
fails, Rule 672 applies.
Eastward trains stopped at Portage la
Prairie must clear signal 563.
-C.N.R.-Automatic interlocking. Permissible speed 50 M.P.H. Special Instruction
G applies eastward—4 minutes. Interlocking signals not controlled by Train
Dispatcher. Should interlocking signals
indicate STOP, Rule 672 applies and
movement must proceed at restricted
speed to next signal.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 31
 TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
31
CARBERRY SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES - Continued
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT
GRADE
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT
GRADE - Continued
Mileage 3.1 —Keewatin Street. Manual control for eastward movement cut at crossing. Westward
movements on westward track within
1800 feet in excess of 2 minutes must not
exceed 10 M.P.H. until crossing fully
occupied.
Mileage 3.6 —King Edward Street. Manual control for
switching or standing clear on eastward
track. Operation of crossing signals interconnected with roadway traffic
signals.
Mileage 4.7 —Brookside Road. Manual control for
standing clear on eastward track west of
crossing. After using Melchin Spur switch
at mile 4.5, westward movements must
not exceed 10 M.P.H. when approaching
and within 500 feet, until crossing fully
occupied.
Mileage    15.1
Mileage   15.8
-Manual controls for switching or standing
clear on main tracks. Movements on eastward siding must ensure gates are horizontal before obstructing crossing.
-Manual control for switching or standing
clear on westward track. After using
adjacent switches, approaching movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. and
must ensure gates are horizontal before
obstructing crossing. Movements on other
than main tracks must ensure gates are
horizontal before obstructing crossing.
Mileage 22.4 —Manual controls for switching or standing
clear. Movements on elevator track must
stop at stop signs and ensure gates are
horizontal before obstructing crossing.
Mileage 29.1 —Manual controls for switching or standing
clear on main tracks. Movements on other
than main tracks must ensure gates are
horizontal before obstructing crossing.
Mileage 42.0 —After using adjacent switch, approaching
movements must not exceed 10 M.P.H.
and must ensure gates are horizontal before obstructing crossing.
Mileage 48.8 —Manual control for switching or standing
clear on eastward track. Movements on
other than main track must be protected
by member of crew.
Mileage 55.6 —Main Street. Manual control for standing
clear on main track. Movements on other
tracks must ensure gates are horizontal
before obstructing crossing.
Mileage 56.2 -8th St. Movements authorized to pass an
adjacent stop signal must ensure gates are
horizontal before obstructing crossing.
Movements on other than main track or
No. 1 track must stop at stop signs and
ensure gates are horizontal before
obstructing crossing.
Mileage 57.4 — Manual control for standing clear on west
side of crossing.
Mileage 77.7 —Manual control for switching on main
track. Movements on elevator track must
stop at stop signs. Switching movements
through turnout at Mileage 77.7 must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully
occupied.
Mileage 85.0 —Manual controls for switching or standing
clear on main tracks. After using adjacent
switch, approaching movements must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. and must ensure gates
are horizontal before obstructing crossing.
Mileage 85.5 -Highway 34. Manual controls for
switching or standing clear on main
tracks.
Mileage 93.3 —Manual controls for switching or standing
clear on main tracks. After using adjacent
switch, approaching movements must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. and must ensure gates
are horizontal before obstructing crossing.
Mileage 121.8 —Manual control for switching on main
track. Movements on elevator track must
ensure gates are horizontal before obstructing crossing.
Mileage 129.7 -Manual controls for standing clear. Eastward movements which may be stopped
or held at signal 1294 or 1296 should
stop clear of crossing and contact dispatcher.
WHEATLAND SPUR
Northward—Brandon to Wheatland	
28.0 miles
Jet. with Brandon East Long Lead C.T.C.
Rule 105 applies.
MAXIMUM SPEED	
.20 M.P.H.
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS
Mileage—Location
M.P.H.
0.9 to 1.3 (on curve)	
   10
11.2 (on curve)	
  10
RESTRICTIONS
Auxiliary cranes —15 M.P.H.
-414470-8, 500-2, prohibited.
Cars                     -381900-959, prohibited.
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TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
Instructions for
Direction
Eastward
Westward
Eastward
Westward
Eastward
Westward
Eastward
Westward
WESTWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
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TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
STATIONS
FIRST CLASS
1
Psgr.
Daily
109
Psgr.
Daily
2
Psgr.
Daily
110
Psgr.
Daily
1705
•1805
•1850
1950
1350
*1440
*1520
1610
0.0
8.2
15.7
20.5
24.8
32.0
47.2
55.4
64.1
70.3
77.7
82.3
86.3
93.5
102.4
107.0
116.5
130.9
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130
Nil
132
Nil
147
134
132
Nil
133
Nil
133
Nil
131
Nil
131
131
Yard
7430
7520
8390
7650
7520
7530
7630
7520
7510
7520
1425
•1315
•1235
1135
1620
Jet. Estevan Sub.
7.5
ALEXANDER
4.8
ASHBURY
4.3
GRISWOLD
7.2
OAK LAKE
15.2
 VIRDEN	
*1525
Jet. Neudorf Sub.
8.2
HARGRAVE	
8.7
ELKHORN	
6.2
KIRKELLA
7.4
FLEMING
4.6
 ROTAVE	
4.0
 MOOSOMIN	
7.2
 RED JACKET	
8.9
WAPELLA	
*1450
4.6
 GUILER	
9 5
WHITEWOOD	
14.4
I BROADVIEW. CK
1400
Daily
1
Daily
109
Daily
2
Daily
110
HOT BOX DETECTOR SYS1
operation of hot box detector system apply. Refer page
Mileage                      Display Board
26.5                                26.5
26.5                                26.5
51.9                                51.9
51.9                                51.9
77.5                                77.5
77.5                                 77.5
101.3                              101.3
101.3                              101.3
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Virden
Hargrave
Kirkella
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Whitewood
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CONTINUED ON PAGE 33
 TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
33
BROADVIEW SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES - Continued
Special Instruction D applies at the following switches:
Mileage Location
15.4 15.9 elevator track Alexander
24.5 25.0 elevator track Griswold
46.7 47.1 south storage track Virden
70.4 elevator track Kirkella
77.7  78.3 elevator track Fleming
130.4  130.9 elevator track Broadview
*No. 1, No. 2, No. 109 and No. 110 will stop at Virden
and Moosomin to entrain or detrain revenue passengers.
Exception to Rule 514 does not apply.
Westward signals 1305 and 09 at Broadview are located to
the left of the track they govern.
In addition to any other restrictions required by train order
loaded trains of continuous welded rail must not exceed
30 M.P.H.
Rule 99-OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY
When a train stops under circumstances in which it may
be overtaken by another train, a flagman must immediately go back at least 2000 yards to ensure full
protection.
MAXIMUM SPEED M.P.H.
Passenger trains    75
Other trains and engines    60
RESTRICTIONS
Movements    —Brandon, 30 M.P.H. on West Long Lead.
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS M.P.H.
Psgr. Frt. trains
Mileage-Location trains and engs.
131.6 Carberry Sub. to 0.6 20 20
1.0 (26th St.) *45 *45
1.5 (On curve) 60
7.8 (On curve) 45 45
46.6 (P.R. 257) (Westward only) *65
47.1 (Lyons St.) *55 .*55
47.5 (King St.) .*50 .*50
47.6 (On curve) 45 45
71.0 (On curves) 60
74.0 (On curves) 60
100.0 (On curves) 60
104.5 (On curve) 60
111.5 (On curves) 60
*until crossing fully occupied
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSING AT
GRADE
Mileage 1.0 —26th Street. Manual controls for switching or standing clear on main track or
West Long Lead. Permissible speed on
West Long Lead 30 M.P.H.
Mileage 32.0 —Movements on elevator track must stop at
stop signs.
Mileage 46.6 —Approaching movements authorized to
pass an adjacent stop signal or having
used storage track switch mileage 46.7
must ensure gates are horizontal before
obstructing crossing.
Mileage   47.1
Mileage   47.5
-Lyons Street. Manual controls for switching or standing clear on main track. After
stopping at station, approaching movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until
crossing fully occupied. Approaching
movements on other than main track
must not exceed 5 M.P.H. within 150 feet
until crossing fully occupied. Movements
on north business track must stop at stop
signs. Westward movements on south
business track must stop at stop sign and
must be protected by member of crew.
-King Street. Manual controls for switching or standing clear on main track. After
stopping at station, approaching movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until
crossing fully occupied and approaching
movements on other than main track
must not exceed 5 M.P.H. within 150 feet
until crossing fully occupied.
-Manual control for standing clear east of
crossing on main track.
-Manual controls for standing clear. After
using adjacent switch, approaching movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until
crossing fully occupied.
-Movements on other than main track
must be protected by member of crew.
-Moose Street. Manual control for switching or standing clear on main track. Movements on elevator track must stop at stop
signs.
-Main Street. Manual control for switching
or standing clear on main track. Movements on elevator track must stop at stop
signs.
-Ellice Street. Manual control for switching or standing clear. After using adjacent
switch approaching movements must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully
occupied.
Mileage 102.4 -5th Ave. Manual control for switching or
standing clear on main track. After using
adjacent switch east of crossing, approaching movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H.
until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 102.6 -1st Ave. Manual control for switching or
standing clear on main track. Eastward
movements on elevator track must stop at
stop sign.
Mileage 116.2 —Highway 9. Manual control for switching
on main track. Westward movements on
elevator track must stop at stop sign.
Mileage 116.6 —Lalonde Street. Manual control for
switching on main track. Westward movements on business track must stop at stop
signs.
Mileage 55.5
Mileage 64.0
Mileage 78.1
Mileage 86.1
Mileage 86.3
Mileage 86.5
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TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
WESTWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
THIRD CLASS
89
Freight
Daily
0500
0525
0600
0615
0630
Daily
89
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52.9
66.1
82.6
92.4
100.3
108.3
117.2
126.2
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SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
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TWO CREEKS
22.8
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50.2
53.5
64.
67.
125.3
7.3
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7.0
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ROCANVILLE Z
13.2
TANTALLON Z
16.5
ESTERHAZY.
9.8
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1570
2950
1590
2990
3020
2990
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Rule 93A applies.
EASTWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
90
Freight
Daily
1030
1005
0930
0915
0900
Daily
90
Lights need not be displayed on switches and yard limit
signs between mileage 50.7 and mileage 126.2.
Engine arriving Sylspur on No. 89 must retain all train
orders and may assume the schedule of No. 90 and leave
Sylspur without a clearance.
Rule 105A does not apply.
In addition to any other restrictions required by train order
loaded trains of continuous welded rail must not exceed
30M.P.K
SYLVITE SPUR
Northward—Sylspur to Sylvite ....
 10.8 miles
Rule 105 applies.
MAXIMUM SPEED	
 25 M.P.H.
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS
Mileage—Location
M.P.H.
10.0 to 10.8	
      10
RESTRICTIONS
Movements—10 M.P.H. on wye and plant tracks.
MAXIMUM SPEED 40 M.P.H.
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS
Mileage—Location M.P.H.
1.0 (public crossing)  *20
36.0 (on curve)  15
50.7 to   58.3  20
58.3 to   59.3  15
59.3 to 125.3  20
*until crossing fully occupied.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel units       -DRF-30, 36, prohibited.
Auxiliary cranes—20 M.P.H. between Rocanville and Ester-
hazy.
-414470-8. 500-2, prohibited.
Cars - 381900-959, prohibited.
— Those with maximum gross weight
376,500 Lbs. or over prohibited.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSING
AT GRADE
Mileage 0.2 —King Street approaching movements must
not exceed 5 M.P.H. within 150 feet until
crossing fully occupied.
 TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
35
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD CLASS
977
Freight
Daily
SECOND
CLASS
561
Freight
Daily
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SECOND
CLASS
562
Freight
Daily
FOURTH CLASS
70
Freight
Daily
72
Freight
Daily
74
Freight
Daily
0100
0116
0128
0157
0210
0225
0240
0300
2100
2114
2125
2153
2206
2219
2234
2254
0315
2305
0.0
9.2
16.4
21.5
34.4
42.7
50.9
60.6
69.6
77.9
1.3
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Nil
85
Nil
92
129
Nil
98
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4880
5280
7390
5610
1100
1045
1034
1006
0953
0940
0925
0905
0305
0245
0230
0157
0125
0110
0055
0035
1135
1115
1100
1030
1015
1000
0945
0925
1935
1915
1900
1830
1815
1800
1745
1725
0850
0020
0910
1710
Daily
977
Daily
561
Rule 41 applies.
Rule 93A applies.
Daily
562
Daily
70
Daily
72
Daily
74
HOT BOX DETECTOR SYSTEMS
Instructions for operation of hot box detector system apply. Refer pages 50 to 56 inclusive.
Direction
Eastward
Westward
Eastward
Westward
Mileage
18.9
18.9
48.6
48.6
Display Board
18.9
18.9
48.6
48.6
Set Off Point
Westbourne
Westroc
Keyes
Arden
In Minnedosa yard limits, trains and engines must move at
restricted speed and the "NOTE" in Rule 93 does not
apply.
Trains may register at Portage la Prairie by register ticket.
Gladstone-Color light Train Order signal governing movements on Minnedosa sub. located south of main track
opposite C.N.R. station. C.N.R. Operator controls this
signal.
Neepawa-Color light Train Order Signal located on South
side of main track opposite station.
Connecting track to C.N. Rail Gladstone sub. at mileage
34.6 and connecting track to C.N. Rail Neepawa sub. at
mileage 60.6.
Prior to reaching mileage 73.0 Westward movements must
contact Minnedosa station via radio for yarding instructions.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 36
 36
TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
MINNEDOSA SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES -Continued
Special Instruction L applies to westward trains Mileage
74.7 to Minnedosa and eastward trains Mileage 74.7 to
Neepawa.
When maximum driving axles exceed the number authorized
in form CS 44, assisting engine must be cut into train
behind maximum permissible tonnage for road engine.
Instruction for use of Trackside Radio System, refer page 70.
Government telephones located at the following section
bunkhouses, which may be used in case of emergency; —
Gladstone, Neepawa and Westbourne.
In addition to any other restrictions required by train order
loaded trains of continuous welded rail must not exceed
30 M.P.H.
Rule 99-OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY-
When a train stops under circumstances in which it may
be overtaken by another train, a flagman must immediately go back at least 2000 yards to ensure full protection.
AUTOMATIC BLOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM
Eastward between:
signal 16 Bredenbury Sub. and block end sign mileage
76.8;
Westward between:
signal 755 and block end sign mileage 1.6 Bredenbury
Sub.
MAXIMUM SPEED 50 M.P.H.
When handling over    7,500 tons 40 M.P.H.
When handling over 10,000 tons 30 M.P.H.
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS
Mileage—Location M.P.H.
0.0 to   0.7  35
34.2 to 34.5 Westward (until Morris St. fully
occupied)    10
34.7 to 34.4 Eastward (until Dennis St. fully
occupied)    10
51.0 to 51.3 (on curve)    35
64.9 to 69.5 (on curves)    45
73.7 to 76.8 (on curves)    35
76.8 to 77.9    25
77.8 (public crossing)   *10
*until crossing fully occupied.
RESTRICTIONS
Movements   —Gladstone.
10 M.P.H. on siding.
Diesel units -8921, DRF-30, 36, prohibited on McAllister
Spur and McCain's Spur off Industrial Park
Lead, 5 M.P.H. on Campbell Soup Spur at
Portage la Prairie.
— Engines   in   excess   of   20  axles  must  not
exceed 10 M.P.H. on other than main track.
JUNCTION with Carberry Sub. at Portage la Prairie-CTC.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage   0.7 —C.N.R.—Automatic interlocking.
Mileage 35.3—C.N.R.—Automatic interlocking. Eastward
movements must not exceed. 35 M.P.H. at
the governing approach signal.
Mileage 60.7—C.N.R.—Automatic interlocking. Special
Instruction G applies westward—4 minutes.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT
GRADE
Mileage 9.3 —After using adjacent switch, approaching
movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until
crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 16.4 —After using adjacent switch, approaching
movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until
crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 21.2-Highway 50. Manual controls for switching
or standing clear. After occupying main
track between switches of Westroc Spur in
excess of 90 seconds, eastward movements
must not exceed 20 M.P.H. until crossing
fully occupied.
Mileage 34.5— Dennis St. After using adjacent switch, westward movements must ensure gates are horizontal before obstructing crossing.
Mileage 60.5—Manual controls for switching or standing
clear on main track. After using adjacent
switches, approaching movements must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied. Westward movements clearing in siding
must stop at least 150 feet east of crossing
until movement on main track has cleared
crossing. Movements on other than main
track or siding must stop at stop signs where
provided and movements on team track must
be protected by member of crew.
Mileage 69.6 —Manual controls for switching or standing
clear. Eastward movements on elevator track
must stop at stop sign and actuate signals by
manual control. Westward movements on
elevator track must stop at stop sign.
Mileage 77.8— Main St. approaching movements within 800
ft. must not exceed 15 M.P.H. Movements
stopped within 100 ft. must not exceed 5
M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
 TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
37
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD CLASS
977
Freight
Daily
SECOND
CLASS
561
Freight
Daily
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Freight
Daily
FOURTH CLASS
80
Freight
Daily
82
Freight
Daily
84
Freight
Daily
0445
0505
0515
0530
0545
0600
0629
0650
0703
0718
0722
0732
'0740
0753
0803
0818
0830
2340
2352
0001
0014
0028
0042
0105
0120
0132
0146
0150
0203
0216
0226
0236
0250
0305
0.0
4.4
10.0
18.3
22.8
27.6
36.4
40.2
51.2
59.2
66.8
76.5
78.8
84.1
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101.8
110.9
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90.
94
96
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Nil
151
Nil
Nil
60
Nil
102
Nil
48
42
147
Nil
58
Nil
41
Nil
Yard
2220
8610
3460
5850
2760
2400
8370
3340
2390
0755
0742
0733
0720
0706
0652
0629
0612
0600
0546
0542
0519
0506
0456
0446
0432
0420
0615
0555
0545
0530
0505
0450
0425
0400
0340
0320
0310
0240
0216
0200
0150
0135
0120
1305
1245
1235
1220
1205
1150
1125
1105
1050
1035
1025
1000
0945
0935
0925
0910
0855
2210
2150
2140
2125
2110
2055
2030
2010
1955
1940
1930
1905
1850
1840
1830
1815
1800
Daily
977
Daily
561
Rule 41 applies.
Rule 93A applies.
Daily
562
Daily
80
Daily
82
Daily
84
Instructions for
Direction
Eastward
Westward
Eastward
Westward
Eastward
Westward
HOT BOX DETECTOR SYSTEMS
operation of hot box detector system apply. Refer pages 50 to 56 inclusive.
Mileage Display Board Set Off Point
12.9 12.9 Basswood
12.9 12.9 Newdale
44.5 44.5 Bryd
44.5
71.7
71.7
44.5
71.7
71.7
Solsgirth
Foxwarren
Binscarth
Times at Minnedosa apply at yard limit sign mileage 1.9.
Times at Bredenbury apply at yard limit sign mileage 116.0.
Times of Wynyard Sub. trains at Bredenbury apply at yard
limit sign mileage 3.7 Wynyard Sub.
In Minnedosa yard limits, trains and engines must move at
restricted speed and the "NOTE" in Rule 93 does not
apply.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 38
 38
TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
BREDENBURY SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES - Continued
Movements on I.M.C. spur, Bredenbury, will be governed
by Saskatoon Division time table.
Special Instruction L applies to eastward trains Largs to
Minnedosa.
When maximum driving axles exceed the number authorized
in form CS 44, assisting engine must be cut into train
behind maximum permissible tonnage for road engine.
Instructions for use of Trackside Radio System, refer page 70.
In addition to any other restrictions required by train order
loaded trains of continuous welded rail must not exceed
30 M.P.H.
Government  telephones located at the following section
bunkhouses which may be used in case of emergency: —
Langenburg, Binscarth, Birtle,
Strathclair and Shoal Lake.
RULE 99-OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY-
When a train stops under circumstances in which it may
be overtaken by another train, a flagman must immediately go back at least 2000 yards to ensure full protection.
AUTOMATIC BLOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM
Eastward between:
signal 16 and block end sign mileage 76.8 Minnedosa Sub.
Westward between:
signal 755 Minnedosa Sub. and block end sign mileage 1.6.
MAXIMUM SPEED 50 M.P.H.
When handling over   7,500 tons 40 M.P.H.
When handling over 10,000 tons 30 M.P.H.
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS
Mileage—Location M.P.H.
77.8 Minnedosa Sub. (Public crossing)  *10
0.0 to   3.7  25
51.5 to 58.5  35
75.5 to 77.5 (On curves)  35
77.5 to 86.7  25
86.7 to 87.2  20
87.2 (Bridge)  10
87.2 to 88.5  20
101.8 (Public crossing)  *45
111.1 (Public crossing)  *45
*until crossing fully occupied.
RESTRICTIONS
Movements   —Binscarth, 10 M.P.H. on wye.
Diesel units  —Engines in excess of 20 axles must not exceed  10 M.P.H. on other than main track.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT
GRADE
Mileage 0.6 — Manual controls for switching or standing
clear.
Mileage 9.5 — Manual control for switching or standing
clear.
Mileage 10.0 - Manual control for switching or standing
clear. Westward movements on business
tracks must stop at stop signs.
Mileage 18.4 _ Manual control for switching or standing
clear. After using adjacent switch, approaching movements must not exceed 5
M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 36.2 - Eastward movements on north business
track and all movements on south business
track must stop at stop signs.
Mileage 36.9 _ Manual control for switching or standing
clear on main track. After using adjacent
switch, approaching movement must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 51.7 - Manual controls for switching or standing
clear.
Mileage 66.9 - Manual control for switching or standing
clear on main track. After using switch
east of crossing approaching movements
must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing
fully occupied. Movements on elevator
track must stop at stop signs.
Mileage 67.3- Manual control for switching or standing
clear.
Mileage 76.6 — Manual control for switching or standing
clear. After using east wye switch, approaching movements must not exceed 5
M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
Movements on elevator track must stop at
stop signs and actuate signals by manual
control.
Mileage 95.6 - Manual control for switching or standing
clear on main track. After using adjacent
switch, movements must not exceed 5
M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
MMeage 101.8 — Manual control for switching or standing
clear on main track. After using adjacent
switch, approaching movements must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied. Movements on elevator track must
stop at stop signs and actuate signals by
manual control.
Mileage 111.1 — After using adjacent switches, approaching movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H.
until crossing fully occupied.
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11.0
17.8
23.9
1
1.2
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 RUSSELL	
6.8
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6.1
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Nil
Nil
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Lights need  not be c
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MAXIMUM SPEED
isplayed on switches and yard limit         AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT
GRADE
....ou           Mileage   0.0-(Mileage 76.6 Bredenbury Sub.). Southward
RESTRICTIONS
Movements   —Binscarth, 10 M.P.H. on wye.
Diesel units  —DRF-30, 36, prohibited between
mileage 23.1 and mileage 23.9.
iiiuvtMiieiiib inubi biup di biup biyn.
Mileage 11.2—After   using   adjacent   switch,   approaching
movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until
crossing fully occupied. Movements on elevator track must be protected by member of
crew.
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17.2
21.9
I
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Nil
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MAXIMUM SPEED
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CARTWRIGHT
7.3
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42.8
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51 4
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20.1
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31
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10.3
100.2
 MEDORA	
Nil
108.7
106.7
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NK
Yard
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93A applies.
Lights need  not be displayed on switches and yard limit        AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT
signs.                                                                                                GRADE
Deloraine is a register station only when instructed by train        Mileage 35.5-Movements on elevator track must stop at
*
order.                                                                                                                     stop signs.
Rule 105A does not apply.                                                               Mileage 70.0-Manual  control  for  switching  or standing
Special Instruction L applies to eastward trains Wood Bay                                 c,ear  on ,main.track- After using adjacent
tr>mii0onoiR                                                                                                       mam track switch, approaching movement
io mneage i.o.                                                                                                         mu$t notexceed 5 M>PiH> unti, crossing fully
MAXIMUM
SPEED	
25 M P H                                    occupied.   Movements on other than main
"                                        track must stop at stop sign. Stop signs are
located on south side of elevator track and
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS                                                                                 apply   to  movements  on   both   siding  and
Mileage-Location                                                           M.P.H.                                  elevator tracks.
1.5 to
28.5 (Pi
7 5                 20           Mileage i
39.9 —Manual   controls for switching or standing
clear on main track. Movements on elevator
jblic crossinq) *10
57.4 (Bridge) ..                                                            15                                    track must st°P at st°P s,9ns and actuate
89.9 (Within 600 feet of public crossing) *10                                    signals by manual control.
108.2 (East wye switch)    10           Mileage 90.6-Manual   control   for  switching  or   standing
*until crossing fully occupied.                                                                         clear.
RESTRICTIONS
Auxiliary cranes-414470-8, 500-2, prohibited.
Cars                    - 381900-959 prohibited.
—Those with maximum gross weight
376,500 Lbs. or over, prohibited.
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FOURTH CLASS
86
Freight
Daily
88
Freight
Daily
STATIONS
0.0
8.4
15.9
21.6
25.7
32.3
41.6
50.4
58.7
72.9
81.2
89.5
97.1
107.2
114.7
121.7
129.5
137.5
147.6
156.1
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Yard
Nil
Nil
Nil
39
112
Nil
Nil
35
Nil
46
Nil
72
71
34
Nil
139
Yard
7600
2240
6390
2040
2620
4100
4070
1960
7940
1210
1155
1140
1125
1115
1105
1050
1035
1015
0950
0935
0920
0905
0850
0835
0815
0800
0745
0725
2035
2020
2005
1950
1940
1930
1915
1900
1840
1815
1800
1745
1730
1715
1700
1640
1625
1610
1550
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BERESFORD
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SOURIS              YZ
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SCHWITZER             Z
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NAPINKA          RYZ
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PIERSON
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ALAMEDA
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FROBISHER
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HIRSCH
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BIENFAIT           YZ
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Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule 93A applies.
Special Instruction Y applies.
Daily
86
Daily
88
Standard clock, bulletins and train register at Brandon.                AUTOMATIC BLOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM
Trains may leave Kemnay without a clearance.                              Eastward between:
Trains may leave  Bienfait without a clearance provided             signal 48 and block end sign mileage 2.5.
Train Order Signal indicates proceed.                                        Westward between:
Eastward movements; off^Areola Sub.  must contact Dis-                       8   Broadview Sub and b|ock end sj     mi|         j 3
patcher before leaving Schwitzer.                                                     .      . a-        •         -.         r-~
signal 31 and block end sign mileage 5.6.
Rule 105A does not apply at Bienfait.                                               Ru|e 509 does not app|y at inter,0cking signals mileage
Switch marked "Est Sub." at the west end of storage yard                 4.0  except  that  movement  to the block end  sign
mileage 155.9 Estevan, is normal when set for storage                 must be at restricted speed.
yard.
Instructions for use of Trackside Radio System, refer page
70-                                                                                                             MAXIMUM SPEED 40 M.P.H.
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TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
ESTEVAN SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES - Continued
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS
Mileage-Location M.P.H.
15.5 to   16.7 20
56.8 to   59.0 30
56.8 to   59.0 (Handling auxiliary cranes) 20
115.0 to 121.2 (Handling auxiliary cranes) 20
115.0 to 121.2 30
150.9 (Mine crossing) *10
151.9 (Mine crossing) *10
*until crossing fully occupied.
RESTRICTIONS
Movements -Bienfait, 10 M.P.H. on M&S Mine track
and 10 M.P.H. on wye tracks over Highway 18.
Diesel units —Engines in excess of 20 axles must not
exceed 10 M.P.H. on other than main
track.
Cars —Mileage 97.0,  must not be left between
clearance   posts  at  crossing  unless  protected by member of crew.
JUNCTION with Broadview Sub. at Kemnay-CTC. '
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 4.0 - C.N.R. -Automatic interlocking. Movements must not exceed 30 M.P.H. at the
governing approach signal and through interlocking.
Mileage 129.2 - C.N.R.-Automatic interlocking. Movements must not exceed 15 M.P.H. passing
the governing approach signal and approaching the crossing and 30 M.P.H.
through interlocking.
Mileage 146.7 - C.N.R.-Automatic interlocking. Movements must not exceed 25 M.P.H. at the
governing approach signal and 30 M.P.H.
through interlocking.
M&S Mine
track
0.5 miles South of Estevan Sub. at Bienfait C.N.R. Automatic Interlocking. Approaching movements must not exceed 10
M.P.H. within 500 ft. of governing interlocking signals 04 and 05. Push button
"CLEAR" provided in manual control
box adjacent to signal 05 for return
Northward movement while switching.
AUTOMATIC PROTECTED PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT
GRADE
Mileage   16.0—   Manual control for switching or standing
clear.
—   After using adjacent switches, approaching movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H.
until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage   16.5—    Manual control for switching or standing
clear.
—   After using adjacent switch, approaching
movements  must  not  exceed   5 M.P.H.
until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 58.5 — Highway 83. Manual control for switching
and ensure signals are operating before
occupying crossing. Movements on other
than main track must not exceed 5 M.P.H.
within 150 feet of crossing and ensure signals are operating before obstructing
crossing.
Mileage 58.9— Manual control for switching or standing
clear. After using adjacent' switches, approaching movements must not exceed 5
M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 81.3 -Peters Street. Manual control for switching or standing clear on main track. Eastward movements on elevator track must
stop at stop signs and actuate signals by
using manual control.
Mileage 81.5 —Souris Street. Manual control for switching or standing clear cn main track. After
using adjacent switch, approaching movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until
crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 89.8 — Highway 8. After using west siding
switch, approaching movements must not
exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage   97.1
Mileage   97.3
Mileage 114.7
Broadway St. Manual control for switching or standing clear on main track. Movements on elevator track must stop at stop
signs and activate signals by manual control.
3rd St. West. Manual control for switching or standing clear on main track. After
using west switch of siding track, movements must not exceed 5 M.P.H. until
crossing fully occupied. Westward movements on elevator track must stop at stop
signs.
Main Street. Manual control for switching. Movements on elevator track must
stop at stop signs. After using main track
switches east of crossing, approaching
movements must not exceed 10 M.P.H.
until crossing fully occupied. After using
main track switch west of crossing approaching movements must not exceed 5
M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 129.8 -Manual control for switching or standing
clear. After using adjacent switch, approaching movements must not exceed 5
M.P.H. until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 147.6- (wye tracks)-Highway 18. After using
tail switch, approaching movements must
not exceed 5 M.P.H. until crossing fully
occupied.
Mileage 32.2 — Manual control for switching or standing
clear on main track. Westward movements on elevator track must stop at stop
signs.
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TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER
31,
1982
43
WESTWARD
EASTWARD
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77.8
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86.4
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Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Lights need not be displayed on switches and yard                   RESTRICTIONS
,,m,ts,gns-                                                                                        Diesel units        -Engines    in    excess   of    20   axles
Standard    clock,    bulletins   and   train    register   at                                               must   not   exceed   10   M.P.H.   on
Brandon.                                                                                                                      other than main track.
Trains may leave Schwitzer without a clearance.                            Auxiliary cranes-20 M.P.H. on curve mileage 38.3.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 85.8 —C.N.R.—Automatic interlocking.
MAXIMUM SPE
ED	
30 M.P.H.                                            Movements must not exceed 15 M.P.H.
between  the approach and qovernina
PERMANENT SLOW ORDERS                                                                                interlocking signals.
Mileage-Location                                                 M.P.H.                 AUT0MATIC PUBLIC CROSSING AT GRADE
60.2 (private crossing)   25                     .,.,         00 n    ..                      .,         ...                  ,
69 8 (private crossing)                                       *10                     Mileage 33.0-Manual control for switching or stand-
86.4 (public crossing) "10                                              mg clear on  mam track. After us.ng
0.02 Kisby Sub. (Main Street Areola) *10                                              mam track switches adjacent to crossing, approaching movements must not
"until crossing fully occupied                                                                          exceed 5 M.P.H. within 165 feet until
crossing fully occupied.
 44 TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
A — Each car of a passenger train must be connected with the engine by a communicating signal appliance or by a voice
communication system. When the communicating signal appliance or the voice communication system fails, the conductor will arrange
for hand signals to be given engineman approaching all stations and the train will proceed to the first point where repairs can be made.
The first paragraph of Rule 16 is amended accordingly.
B - MAXIMUM SPEEDS FOR DIESEL UNITS AS GOVERNED BY TRACTION MOTOR GEARING.
Class M.P.H.
All rail diesel cars  90
DPA-15,DPA-17  89
DPA-22  85
DFA-15b, DFA-16, DFB-15b, DFB-16  75
DRF-24, *DRF-30c. d. e, f, *DRF-36  75
DRS-lOc, d, DRS-16, DRS-18,*8921   75
DFA-15c,d,e,f,DFB-15c,d,e,DFB-17  65
DRF-22, DRF-25, *DRF-30a, b, g, h, j, k, m, n, p  65
DRS-12, DRS-15, DRS-17, DRS-20  65
DS-8, DS-9, DS-12  65
DRS-lOb, DS-6, DS-10, SB-10  60
HS-5  35
*8921, DRF-30, DRF-36 restricted to freight train speed on curves.
C — In the application of U.C.O.R. Rule 211, all clearances must be OK'd by the Train Dispatcher. Paragraphs 2 and 3 are
restricted accordingly. This special instruction does not modify the requirements of Rule 213.
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 location listed in the Subdivision footnotes of time table. When switching movements are made through such switches,
the switch must be left open until switching completed and movement has returned to the main track.
E — In addition to the requirements of Rule 90A, crews equipped with end-to-end radios at the front and rear of trains will
communicate with each other, when practicable, as prescribed by Form CS44, Sec. 2, Item 7.1.
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 time table.
AT INITIAL STATIONS leaving time of first class trains applies at the station, of all other trains at the last main track switch
where trains can leave siding or yard tracks. If no such switch, time applies at the station.
G -- Movements occupying timed circuits approaching interlockings for periods in excess of that specified in subdivision time
table footnotes, must proceed prepared to find interlocking signal displaying 'STOP' indication.
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H - RIDING ON TOP OF CARS
Employees are prohibited from riding on the tops of cars or cabooses not equipped with running boards.
Employees are prohibited from riding on the tops of cars or cabooses equipped with running boards except when necessary
in switching or making up trains in yards or industrial spurs.
I — The use by employees subject to duty of mood altering agents or their possession or use 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.
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 maintaining 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
speed 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: (1) The red signal must not be removed except as authorized by the Foreman in charge.
(2) Torpedoes prescribed by Clauses (a) and (b) shall be replaced by Maintenance of Way employees.
(3) This Special Instruction must not be used where either Rules 41 or 44 apply.
(4) Rules 45 and 46 apply.
(e) Maintenance of Way employees providing protection required under Clause (b) must each be equipped for day time with
— a yellow over red flag mounted on staffs
— supply of torpedoes, and in addition for night time and when weather or other conditions obscure day signals, with
— a red light — a yellow light — a supply of matches
and must not return until recalled or relieved.
TRAIN ORDER advice must be issued in conjunction with these Flagging Instructions as follows:
"Men and machines working until between mileage and
mileage	
Protection when required will be provided under Time Table Special Instruction "M".
NOTE: (1) The Foreman must be advised of the limits and times specified in the order.
(2)  WORKING AREA SHOULD  BE AS SHORT AS PRACTICABLE, TO BE CHANGED AS THE PROGRESS OF
THE WORK MAY REQUIRE.
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M.    1  - WHEN  PROVIDING PROTECTION  UNDER RULES 40, 41, 42 AND TIMETABLE SPECIAL
INSTRUCTION "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 the working area until it
is known that 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 the 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 Form Y Example 2, 3 or 4 train order 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) MANUAL BLOCK SYSTEM (MBS) OR TIME TABLE AND TRAIN ORDER TERRITORY (INCLUDING TERRITORY WHERE
RULES 251-257 APPLY).
Manual Block System (MBS) or 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.
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 aDDlv.
— 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 xt
Time Table authorized maximum speed for other than passenger trains or specified speed for type of Track Unit will apply,
whichever is 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 57 to 62 inc.
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.
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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:
Movements 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
Divisions, Conductors, Enginemen and all concerned with a movement must be given complete instructions regulating the same.
Cranes, exceeding 25 ton capacity, must not make a lift while standing on a bridge nor move over a bridge while carrying a
load, without special authorization from the Chief Engineer.
SEPARATION of Equipment
Cranes up to 150 tons capacity
Combination Crane-Pile Drivers
Cranes of 200 to 250 tons capacity
j
Cars used for separation must have a length greater than 37 feet over strikers.
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.
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P - MOVEMENTS OF CRANES, COMBINATION CRANE-PILE DRIVERS - Continued
SPEED
Tons Capacity
Crane Series:
25
30
414600 to 414607 incl
414225
40
100
200
250
250
414231
414325
414470 to 414480 incl
414500 to 414503 incl
414650
WHERE AUTHORIZED
FREIGHT TRAIN
SPEED IS
MPH
Over 25
25 or less
40 or over
30 to 35
25 or less
UNLESS OTHERWISE
MENTIONED IN FOOTNOTES,
TRAINS MOVING EQUIPMENT
MUST NOT EXCEED
MPH
20
15
35
25
Permissible Freight
Train Speed
150 414400 to 414402 incl.
Combination Crane-Pile Driver Series:
30
30
31
31
40
414203 to 414205 incl.
414207 to 414215 incl.
414200 to 414202 incl.
414206
414230
40/50     414216 to 414219 incl.
Over 25
25 or less
Over 25
25 or less
40 or over
30 to 35
25 or less
60 or over
55 or less
Scale Test Car Series:
420925 to 420928 incl.
Self Propelled Hi-Rail Crane Series:
50 414000
60 414025 to 414027 incl.
100 414030 and 414031
110 414032
25
15
25
15
35
25
Permissible Freight
Train Speed
60
Permissible Freight
Train Speed
30
5 less than permissible
Freight Train Speed
All Turnouts
5 MPH
5 MPH
30 or over
25 or less
Rail
Forward Direction
25 MPH Maximum,
Permissible Freight Train
Speed if less than 25 MPH
Reverse Direction
15 MPH Maximum,
Permissible Freight Train
Speed if less than 15 MPH
Q - ORE, BALLAST and OTHER SHORT CARS
Trains handling ore cars in series 370 to 377 inclusive, and foreign cars 30 feet or less in length must not exceed 30 miles
per hour when loaded and 25 miles per hour when empty. Covered hoppers in series CP 381900 to 381959 inclusive must be
operated in accordance with equipment authorization charts as issued by the Chief Engineer, and must not exceed 50 miles per
hour; and must not be coupled to an adjacent car having a length between end sills in excess of 54 feet.
R — 1. Freight trains must not exceed 50 M.P.H. if
(a) the gross weight of the train including Diesel units exceeds 4000 tons
and
(b) the gross weight as determined in (a) divided by the number of cars in the train is 115 or greater.
2. When any train is encountering snow levels above top of rail, particular attention must be paid to the requirement
to condition braking surfaces (last paragraph instruction 1, Form 583). Frequent tests of the brakes must be
made and speeds should be adjusted according to the effectiveness of the brakes. It is particularly important
that braking surfaces be conditioned in advance of known requirements for their use.
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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.
When necessary to protect against trains moving in the opposite direction, flag protection prescribed for OUTSIDE ABS
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.
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. Rule 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. The use of reflectorized lenses, targets or discs of the colour prescribed by Rules 41 to 44 inclusive, and
timetable special instruction M, in lieu of lights, is permissible.
X - RULE 15 - U.C.O.R.
In the application of U.C.O.R. Rule 15 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.
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.
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.
AA — A train or terminal transfer carrying one or more full carloads of special dangerous commodities must within one mile of the
mileage shown by subdivision footnote at which this instruction applies, arrange a pull-by or standing inspection from the front of the
train to and including the second car behind the last full carload of special dangerous commodities.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR OPERATION OF HOT BOX DETECTOR SYSTEMS
These instructions do not relieve employees of complying with the requirements of UCOR Rule 111.
1.0 GENERAL
Notes: Wherever the term "detector operator" appears herein, it applies to the employee performing the duties.
Detectors will operate reliably only if train speed is in excess of 10 mph.
1.1 Detectors measure the temperature difference between the outside air temperatures and heat radiating parts in the area
of the journal box and wheel centre. Sources of heat which can cause alarms are overheated journals, overheated engine
suspension bearings, sticking or dragging brakes and set hand brakes.
To avoid abnormal heat indication from a source other than defective equipment, the engineman should avoid, when
practicable, prolonged use of train brakes approaching a detector, and any application of brakes while a portion of the train is
passing the detector location.
Hot box detector systems are equipped with a dragging equipment detector, and actuation will also indicate an alarm.
Locomotive radio should not be operated when within 150 feet of the detector location.
Unless otherwise indicated in time table footnotes, detector systems operate for trains in either direction on the track in
which they are installed.
1.2 Location of detector systems, inspection points, set off points and other train inspection information is contained in time
table special instructions, footnotes or Superintendents' bulletins.
1.3 Crews on engines equipped with radio must alert the crew on the rear of the train when approaching a display board
detector and advise whether or not the system is operating properly.
1.4 At display board detector location, except when the detector system is withdrawn from service or is otherwise observed or
known to be inoperative, should the engineman fail to receive instructions from the crew on the rear of the train, he must stop
the train before passing the inspection point and must not proceed until the proper signal is given by hand signal, radio or
personal contact.
1.5 Should the display board indicate a defect while train speed is 10 mph. or less, while passing the detector, a standingtrain
inspection of the entire train must be performed, except when the detector system is withdrawn from service or is otherwise
observed or known to be inoperative.
1.6 Train speed must be regulated as required to enable the crew on the rear of the train to observe display board indications.
1.7 When the detector system indicates a defect and the defect is visible to the crew, stop for inspection must be made
immediately. If there is no defect visible to the crew, the train may proceed at SLOW SPEED until the inspection point is
reached. When no inspection point is designated trains must be stopped immediately.
Cars must be set out at the set-off point if any doubt exists as to the safety of their continued operation.
1.8 If, on inspection, the defect is not found at the indicated location, four cars on each side of the indicated location must be
inspected.
1.9 Inspection for suspected overheating must be done by:
— opening journal box covers and testing journal heat.
— checking heat indicators.
— feeling roller bearing housing using back of hand.
— feeling the hub of the wheel using back of hand.
— checking for sticking brakes and set hand brakes.
1.10 Train consists must not be used to locate the defect because of possible inaccuracies and because of special cars with
extra axles which might be included in the train.
1.11 When a train is stopped for inspection, the train dispatcher or detector operator must be advised, at the first opportunity,
of the conditions found, the car number of the defective car(s), type of defective journal(s) and action taken.
1.12 Except as prescribed by Item 1.13 trains need not stop at hot box detector systems which are observed or known to be
inoperative or which are withdrawn from service.
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1.13 If a hot box detector is observed or known to be inoperative and is one that is identified with double asterisks (**) in time
table special instructions, footnotes or Superintendents' bulletins, time table special instruction 'AA' applies at the location of
that detector, as follows:
A train or a terminal transfer carrying full carloads of Special Dangerous Commodities must, within one mile of the mileage
shown by subdivision footnote or Superintendents' bulletin, arrange a pullby or standing inspection from the front of the train
to and including the second car behind the last full carload of a Special Dangerous Commodity.
1.14
Train dispatcher or detector operator must promptly relay reports of defective detector systems to the signal maintainer.
HOT BOX DETECTORS
2.0 REMOTE READOUT SYSTEM
When a train passes a detector location, the train test information will be automatically transmitted to the detector operator
who will determine if an inspection is necessary. When an inspection is necessary, the detector operator will stop the train and
provide information as to the location of the defect or defects in terms of cars or axles from the head end or rear of the train.
Car journals must also be inspected when dragging equipment is indicated because a dragging equipment indication may
hide an overheated journal on readout tape.
2.1 TRAIN STOP INDICATOR
The train stop indicator is a white light mounted on a mast at locations designated in time table footnotes. This indicator is
NOT a block signal.
The train stop indicator must not be cleared by the detector operator until he has determined there are no defects detected
by the hot box detector.
In circumstances where the train stop indicator is cleared after the engine has passed such indicator, the indication
observed by the crew on the rear of the train applies.
DISPLAY
INDICATION
ACTION REQUIRED
Flashing
Proceed
indication
Proceed
o
Steady
lighted or
unlighted
Defect
indication
Train must not pass inspection point until detector operator
contacted. If communication fails, a standing train inspection
must be performed.
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2.2 TRAIN STOP CONTROLLED BY BLOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM
The block signal at the inspection point must not be cleared by the train dispatcher until it has been determined there are no
defects identified by the hot box detector. Crews, stopped by the stop signal at the inspection point, must immediately contact the
train dispatcher.
2.3 TRAIN STOP CONTROLLED BY RADIO
Trains must not pass the inspection point until instructions have been received by radio from the detector operator. If
communication fails, a standing train inspection must be performed.
3.0   DISPLAY BOARD SYSTEM
The display board, which is located at the hot box detector location, consists of a three digit numerical display, four alarm
lights and a system operating light, arranged as shown in the following diagram:
ALARM LIGHTS
Flashing or steady lighted indicates defect on
corresponding side of train.
ALARM LIGHT
Flashing or steady lighted indicates more than one defect
on the same side of train or, more than one dragging
equipment defect.
NUMERICAL DISPLAY
Indicates the number of axles from the first defect to the
rear of train. Three digits must be displayed.
ALARM LIGHT
Flashing or steady lighted indicates dragging equipment.
SYSTEM OPERATING LIGHT
Flashing indicates system is operating properly. Steady
lighted or unlighted indicates system may not be operating
properly.
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ALARM LIGHTS
SYSTEM OPERATING LIGHT
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS - Continued
NORMAL DISPLAYS
O
O
Flashing or steady lighted.
Flashing
Q Unlighted.
(7j Steady lighted or unlighted.
NOTE: The following are normal displays which may be encountered in combination with each other.
DISPLAY
ooo
mm
Oo
INDICATION
Proceed indication.
ACTION REQUIRED
Proceed.
Ooo
Defect indication.
Stop and inspect for overheating defect on corresponding side of
train at the indicated location (123 axles from rear of train).
If no defect found, inspect four cars on each side of indicated
location.
Oo
OOo
Defect indication.
DBS
Stop and inspect for more than one overheating defect on all cars
on corresponding side of train from four cars ahead of the
indicated location (69 axles from rear of train) to the rear of the
train.
Oo
OOO
Defect indication.
mn
Stop and inspect for more than one overheating defect on all
cars on both sides of train from four cars ahead of the indicated
location (214 axles from rear of train) to the rear of the train.
Oo
ooo
Defect indication.
M
Stop and inspect for dragging equipment at indicated location
(78 axles from rear of train).
If no defect found, inspect four cars on each side of indicated
location.
oo
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ALARM LIGHTS
SYSTEM OPERATING LIGHT
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS - Continued
IMPERFECT DISPLAYS
\~Jr Flashing or steady lighted. (^J Unlighted.
-T% Flashing (J) Steady lighted or unlighted.
The following are imperfect displays which may be encountered.
DISPLAY
ooo
mum
oo
Ooo
GUS
oo
Ooo
DDD
oo
Ooo
u
oo
Ooo
DSCD
oo
INDICATION
Defect indication.
(SYSTEM OPERATING
LIGHT - flashing,
steady lighted or
unlighted.)
Defect indication.
(any or ALL ALARM
LIGHTS - flashing or
steady lighted
and SYSTEM OPERATING LIGHT —
steady lighted or
unlighted.)	
Defect indication.
(any or ALL ALARM
LIGHTS - flashing
or steady lighted
and SYSTEM OPERATING LIGHT —
flashing, steady
lighted or unlighted.)
ACTION REQUIRED
Stop and inspect both sides of train from four cars ahead of the
indicated location (108 axles from rear of train) to the rear of the
train.
Stop and inspect both sides of train from four cars ahead of the
indicated location (190 axles from rear of train) to the rear of the
train.
Stop and inspect both sides of entire train.
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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS - Continued
3.1 NUMERICAL DISPLAY
The numerical display indicates the number of axles from the FIRST defect detected to the rear of the train. If no defect is
detected, the number '000' will be displayed to the crew on the rear of the train. The numerical display is valid ONLY after the
entire train has passed the display board.
3.2 ALARM LIGHTS
The upper outer alarm lights, when flashing or steady lighted, indicates overheating on the corresponding side of the train.
The upper centre alarm light, when flashing or steady lighted together with one or more of the other alarm lights, indicates
more than one defect has been detected. If only one of the upper outer alarm lights is flashing or steady lighted, together with the
upper centre alarm light, all defects are on the corresponding side of the train.
The lower alarm light, when flashing or steady lighted indicates dragging equipment.
3.3 SYSTEM OPERATING LIGHT
The system operating light, when flashing, indicates the detector system is operating properly. It will begin flashing on the
approach of a train and continue flashing until the entire train has passed the display board.
The system operating light, when steady lighted or unlighted, indicates the detector system may not be operating properly.
INOPERATIVE SYSTEM
ALARM LIGHTS
SYSTEM OPERATING LIGHT
o
o
Flashing or steady lighted
Flashing
O Unlighted
{^) Steady lighted or unlighted
DISPLAY
ooo
QU
OO
ooo
oo
INDICATION
Detector system
inoperative.
(SYSTEM OPERATING
LIGHT
— steady lighted or
unlighted.)
ACTION REQUIRED
Detector system
in-operative.
(SYSTEM OPERATING
LIGHT
— flashing, steady
lighted or unlighted.)
Proceed, EXCEPT when affected by Item 1.13 of these
instructions.
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3.4 DETECTOR SYSTEM INOPERATIVE
The detector system may be considered inoperative only when:
(A) The system operating light is steady lighted or unlighted, and
(B) There are no alarm lights flashing or steady lighted, and
(C) The numerical display is not lighted or displays '000'.
3.5 The train dispatcher must be advised at the first opportunity and he in turn must advise maintenance personnel if:
(A) The system operating light or alarm lights are steady lighted, or
(B) The system operating light is unlighted, or
(C) The numerical display shows less than three digits or is unlighted, or
(D) An indication is improperly displayed.
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REGULATIONS FOR THE PROTECTION OF TRACK UNITS AND MAINTENANCE WORK (FORM 3815)
SECTION
1.0 Definitions
1.1 LIGHT TRACK UNIT(S)
Machines and equipment that can be removed promptly from the track, by the employee(s) accompanying them
1.2 HEAVY TRACK UNIT(S)
Machines and equipment that cannot be removed promptly from the track by the employee(s) accompanying them.
1.3 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.
1.4 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 charge 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.
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 Instruction.
(c) Track Occupancy Permit.
(d) Provision of U.C.O.R. Rule 93 (On Subdivisions designated in the Time Table).
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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 employee(s) accompanying him
on the track unit. Such employee(s) must then be given the opportunity 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 __ "
(time) (initials)
5.13 After the Track Occupancy Permit has been cancelled, the Foreman must draw an "X" across the face of the permit to 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 section 7.0 and 8.0.
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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, line 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:
(a) All other Track Occupancy Permits within the limits must be cancelled.
(b) The Track Occupancy Permit to the Foreman must contain the words: "Joint authority granted with (Train or Engine).
The Foreman only may authorize this Train or Engine to enter the protected limits."
(c) 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) (location) (Train or Engine)
must not proceed until instructions have been received from Foreman " Telephone, radio
(name)
or personal contact may be used.
(d) Other Track Occupancy Permits must not be issued within the limits after joint authority is issued.
SECTION
7.0 Movements Over Interlocked Railway Crossings at Grade and Interlocked Drawbridges (all territories)
7.1 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.
7.2 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.
7.3 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.
7.4 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.
7.5 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
9.0 Heavy Track Unit Movements Over Power Operated and Dual Control Switches
9.1 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
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.
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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 to Form "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.
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.
Form Y, Example 3
.trains wait at and . * trains wait at.
(direction) (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.
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Form Y, Example 4
Work Extra Clears track(s) between.
(Engine Number)
and after	
(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.
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Track Occupancy                           Yj-i
Permit                                                 m^
| CP
1 Rail
\        1
Permit No.                                                              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 CT.Cf 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)
To enter and/or pass through the limits of your Track Occupancy Permit.
4.   Call Train Dispatcher before
(Time)
5.  Repeated and O.k.'d at
(Train Dispatcher's Initials)
(Time)
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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MANUAL BLOCK SYSTEM (MBS) SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
The following special instructions are supplemental to Rule 323 and only apply on subdivisions or portions thereof specified in
the time table or by special instructions.
Wherever the words "train dispatcher" or "foreman" appear herein, they apply to the employee performing the duties.
Wherever the word "conductor" appears herein, it also applies to a yard foreman.
323.1 (a) The movement of trains will be authorized by MBS clearances which supersede the superiority of trains for both
opposing and following movements on the same track.
(b) Trains and engines may use the main track within yard limits as prescribed by Rule 93 and in accordance with
Instruction 323.5.
(c) Track units, as listed in time table Special Instruction "N", when accompanied by a conductor, yard foreman or
operating officer, may use the main track within yard limits as prescribed by Rule 93 and in accordance with
Instruction 323.5 and time table Special Instruction "N".
(d) Train and engine movements authorized by MBS clearance must be recorded on the train sheet.
(e) Trains and engines will be designated as:
Extra 234 east
Psgr extra 234 east
Plow extra 234 east
Work extra 234
No 10 eng 234
First 10 eng 234 green signals
Second 10 eng 234 signals nil
Eng 234 (within yard limits)
Notes:
(i) Track unit no. will be used as engine when operated as a train.
(ii) A track unit may be designated as a train or engine when accompanied by a conductor, yard foreman or operating
officer.
Engines of other railways will be designated by their initials and numbers as: Eng ABC 234, Extra ABC 234 east, etc.
323.2 (a) The train dispatcher will issue MBS clearances, MBS bulletins and track occupancy permits. Radio may be used for this
purpose.
(b) The train dispatcher must not issue an MBS clearance until protection has been provided against conflicting movements
and conflicting track occupancy permits.
(c) Where two or more trains or engines are affected, MBS clearance must first be issued to the train or engine being
restricted.
(d) After an MBS clearance has been correctly repeated, the train dispatcher will respond with a "Complete" time and his
initials which must be recorded on the MBS clearance and in the book provided for the purpose in the train dispatcher's
office.
(e) An MBS clearance does not become effective until the "Complete" time has been given by the train dispatcher and is
"Acknowledged" by the receiving employee who will repeat the "Complete" time and the dispatcher's initials. Should the
acknowledgement not be received by the train dispatcher, the MBS clearance must be treated as though acknowledgement had been received but must not be otherwise acted on by the train dispatcher until acknowledgement is received.
(f) Additions must not be made to an MBS clearance after the "Complete" time has been given by the train dispatcher
except "Call train dispatcher" time, if applicable, may be changed.
323.3 (a) MBS clearances and track occupancy permits will be numbered consecutively each day, beginning at midnight. MBS
clearances once in effect continue so until fulfilled or cancelled. Track occupancy permits once in effect continue so
until cancelled.
(b) When transmitting each MBS clearance and track occupancy permit, the train dispatcher must write the required information in a book provided for the purpose, reading aloud all applicable written and preprinted portions.
(c) Employees copying an MBS clearance or track occupancy permit must repeat all applicable preprinted and written
portions. The train dispatcher must check and underscore each written word and figure each time it is repeated.
323.4 (a) An MBS clearance which restricts the movement of the train or engine addressed must be sent direct to the conductor
and engineman of such train or engine. An MBS clearance which does not restrict the movement of the train or engine
addressed, may be sent to another employee. When an MBS clearance is copied by another employee, it must be
delivered to the conductor and engineman.
(b) When an MBS clearance is issued to the conductor only, he must make a copy for the engineman. When an MBS
clearance is issued to the engineman only, he must make a copy for the conductor.
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(c) When an MBS clearance is sent direct to the conductor and engineman as required in paragraph (a), it must be copied
simultaneously by both parties. If the train dispatcher is unable to hear the repeat from the conductor, the conductor
must repeat the contents to the engineman who must then repeat to the train dispatcher and will confirm that the
conductor has repeated correctly. The train dispatcher may then issue the "Complete" time.
(d) Conductors and enginemen are responsible to ensure that other members of the crew have a definite and proper understanding of the requirements of all MBS clearances and MBS bulletins as soon as practicable after they have been
received. Members of the crew are required, if necessary, to remind conductors and enginemen of their contents.
(e) When instructed to "Call train dispatcher", the train dispatcher must be contacted before the time specified on the
MBS clearance. This time may be changed by the train dispatcher as circumstances require. A line must be drawn
through the previous time when a new time is shown.
323.5 (a) When authorized by MBS clearance, movements may be made on the main track within yard limits on the time of first
and second class trains.
(b) Movements must not use the main track within station limits under Rule 93A except when authorized by MBS clearance.
(c) When necessary to ascertain whether all first and second class trains have arrived or left, such information will be
received from the train dispatcher and must be in writing and repeated to ensure correct understanding. The train
dispatcher must make a record in the book provided for the purpose.
323.6 (a) MBS bulletins will be issued as required, to give notice of track or other conditions using the procedure prescribed by
Instruction 323.2, and must be numbered consecutively, using a separate series of numbers, and re-issued if continuing
in effect for a period of two weeks.
(b) An MBS bulletin will be issued in the application of Rules 4A, 42 and 43.
(c) MBS bulletins once in effect continue so until cancelled.
(d) Each MBS clearance issued must show current MBS bulletin numbers that affect the train or engine addressed. Conductors and enginemen are responsible for being in possession of each MBS bulletin. If no MBS bulletins are
in effect the word "Nil" must be shown.
323.7 (a) When transmitting each MBS bulletin, the train dispatcher must write it in a book provided for the purpose and must
check and underscore each word and figure each time it is repeated.
(b) An MBS bulletin to be sent to two or more employees must be transmitted simultaneously to as many of them as practicable. Employees copying MBS bulletins must, when practicable, check the other repeats for correctness.
323.8 When an MBS bulletin cannot be transmitted simultaneously to all, or if the repeat from any employee is delayed or is
again required, the train dispatcher must, when practicable, require an employee who has already repeated, to check
the correctness of each subsequent repeat. The train dispatcher must make a proper record of such repeats. If for any
reason an MBS bulletin is to be rewritten, additional copies must be made from one previously repeated, and repeat to
the train dispatcher from the new copy each time additional copies are made.
323.9 Flag protection as prescribed by Rule 99 is not required by trains authorized to operate by MBS clearance, between the
points designated, except as provided by Instruction 323.13.
323.10 (a) When stations are used to designate the limits of an MBS clearance, such authority does not permit the use of the main
track between the switches of the siding at either of the stations named, unless the MBS clearance authorizes "Hold main
track at  ", or the track is included within the limits of a "Work between"
MBS clearance.
(b) At stations where no siding is designated, the limits extend to the station name board unless otherwise provided by
other special instructions.
(c) When a train stops at the point to which it was last authorized, stop must be made so as not to obstruct an opposing
train from using the siding or other designated track.
323.11 (a) A train authorized by MBS clearance to "Proceed" from one point to another, MUST MOVE IN THE DIRECTION
SPECIFIED ONLY. The train dispatcher must be promptly notified when: —
— The entire train has cleared the limits specified in the MBS clearance.
— Requested to do so by the train dispatcher.
— The entire train has passed points designated in the time table or by other special instruction.
(b) Within the limits of an MBS clearance which authorizes a train to "Proceed" from one point to another, the train
dispatcher will consider the main track CLEAR up to and including the point at which the train was last reported to
have passed.
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323.12 A train authorized by MBS clearance to "Work between" two points may move in either direction between the points
named until the MBS clearance is cancelled.
323.13 (a) Two or more trains may be authorized to "Work between" two points protecting against each other and when so author
ized the MBS clearance must so specify. If protection other than that prescribed by Rule 99 is to be provided, conductors and enginemen involved must first have a thorough understanding as to the movements of each other and the
protection to be provided. These arrangements must be in writing and repeated to ensure proper understanding.
(b) When a train which is authorized to "Proceed" is instructed to "Protect against" a "Work Extra" such train must not
enter the limits specified until instructions have been received in writing from the conductor and engineman of the work
extra and repeated for correct understanding.
(c) When provision is made for two trains to "Proceed" within the same limits, both the preceding train and the following
train must be instructed to "Protect against" each other. Rule 91 applies and if protection other than that prescribed
by Rule 99 is to be provided, conductors and enginemen involved must first have a thorough understanding as to the
movements of each other and the protection to be provided. These arrangements must be in writing and repeated to
ensure proper understanding.
(d) In the application of paragraphs (a), (b) and (c), conductors and enginemen are responsible to ensure that all
members of the crew have a proper understanding of such arrangements before any movement is made.
Should communication fail between the trains involved, no movement is to be made other than that which was last
arranged except under the protection of Rule 99.
(e) Snow plows must not be authorized to operate within the same limits as a preceding train.
323.14 Restrictions on MBS clearances will be issued:
— To make provision for a train to move through the limits of a work extra.
— To make provision for two or more trains to "Work between" the same limits.
— To make provision for a following train to "Proceed" within the limits of a preceding train.
323.15 Should it become necessary to move a train into limits protected by a track occupancy permit, TO ASSIST IN WORK
ACTIVITIES, joint authorization between the foreman in charge and the train must be issued as follows:
(a) All other track occupancy permits within the limits must be cancelled.
(b) The track occupancy permit to the foreman must contain the words "Joint authority granted with (train)". The
foreman only may authorize this train to enter the protected limits.
(c) The MBS clearance to the train must contain the words "Joint authority granted with Foreman (name)
between                 (location)                    and                  (location)                                 (train]
must not proceed until instructions have been received from Foreman                          (name)
Telephone, radio or personal contact may be used.
(d) Other track occupancy permits must not be issued within the limits after joint authority is issued.
(e) Joint authority must not be granted to a train until it has been brought to a stop at the entrance to the limits.
323.16 Before an MBS clearance is cancelled, a train or engine must be:
— Issued a new MBS clearance
or
— Stopped within yard limits
or
— Clear of the main track
or
— Protected as prescribed by Rule 99.
Cancellation must be sent to and acknowledged by the conductor and engineman, who will state the time of cancellation
along with their occupation and name, which must be recorded by the train dispatcher. The acknowledgement from the
conductor may be relayed to the train dispatcher by the engineman. The conductor and engineman must so advise other
members of the crew and immediately destroy their copy of the cancelled MBS clearance.
323.17 When a train dispatcher is relieved he must make a transfer of all MBS clearances, MBS bulletins and track occupancy
permits in effect using procedure outlined in Rule 220, paragraph 4.
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323.18   (a) Where MBS special instructions are authorized, track units may occupy and/or maintenance work may be carried out
on the main track when the foreman has been issued a track occupancy permit.
(b) A track occupancy permit must not be issued to a foreman within yard limits.
(c) A track occupancy permit does not become effective until the "Repeated" time has been given by the train dispatcher
and is "Acknowledged" by the foreman, who will state the "Repeated" time and the train dispatcher's initials. Should
this acknowledgement not be received by the train dispatcher, the track occupancy permit must be treated as though
acknowledgement had been received but must not be otherwise acted on by the train dispatcher until acknowledgement is received.
(d) Additions must not be made to a track occupancy permit after the "Repeated" time has been given by the train
dispatcher except "Call train dispatcher" time, if applicable, may be changed.
(e) The foreman must read aloud all track occupancy permits to at least one accompanying employee, when practicable,
and ensure clear understanding. Such employee(s) must then be given the opportunity to read and initial the permit.
(f) All track occupancy permits remain in effect until cancelled and while in effect, protection as prescribed by Rules 40,
41 and 42 is not required between the points designated.
(g) When instructed to "Call train dispatcher", the train dispatcher must be contacted before the time specified on the track
occupancy permit. This time may be changed by the train dispatcher as circumstances require. A line must be drawn
through the previous time when a new time is shown.
(h) When a track occupancy permit is issued, the foreman's name, track unit number if any, and the designated limits
must be recorded on the train sheet.
(i) More than one track occupancy permit may be issued within the same or overlapping limits. They do not provide
protection against other track units or other work activities. Movements must be made at all times in accordance with
Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions Form 568.
(j) Cancellation of a track occupancy permit must be sent to and acknowledged by the foreman, who will state the time of
cancellation along with his occupation and name, which must be recorded by the train dispatcher. The foreman must
immediately destroy his copy of the cancelled track occupancy permit and so advise other accompanying employees
who have been made aware of the contents.
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67
Manual Block System
Clearance
Bcp
Rail
1a M.B.S. Clearance
Number   	
Date
To
At
(Train or Engine No.,
I                                                               (Location)
2. M.B.S. Clearance
is Cancelled
3. M.B.S. Bulletins in Effect
(Number or N/A)
(Numbers or Nil)
4.
Do not leave
Before
(Location or N/A)
(Time)
After
Arrives at
(Train or N/A)
(Location)
5. This is Authority to:
Proceed
From
(Location)
To
This is Authority to:
Work Between
And
Location
(Location)
Location
(Take siding, hold main track or N/A)
Until M.B.S. Clearance is Cancelled
6. Restrictions
1. Protect Against
(as below or nil)
Between
And
(Train or Engine)
2. Protect Against
Between
(Location)
And
(Location)
(Train or Engine)
3. Protect Against
Between
(Location)
And
(Location)
(Train or Engine)
(Location)
(Location)
7.
Joint Authority granted with Foreman
Between
(Name)
And
(Location)
(Location)
(Train or Engine No.)
Must not proceed until instructions have been received from Foreman
(Name)
8. Call Train Dispatcher
(Before Time or at or N/A)
9m
Completed at
(Time)                   (Train Dispatcher)
Acknowledged by
10. Cancellation
This M.B.S. Clearance Number
Im cancelled at
(Time)                  (Train Dispatcher)
Acknowledged by                                                               at
(Occupation and name)
At
(Occupation and Name)
Acknowledged by                                                               at
(Time)
(Time)
(Occupation and Name)
(Time)
FORM 3821
CONTINUED ON PAGE 68
 TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
68 SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS — Continued
Manual Block System
Track Occupancy M<m tZL
Permit IL3 Rai
Rail
1.
Permit No. Date
Foreman Track Unit or Gang
(Name)
At	
(Location)
This is Authority To Occupy
(Track or Tracks)
Between And	
(Location) (Location)
2.
Joint Authority Granted with
(Train or Engine)
You may instruct this train or engine to enter and/or pass through the limits of this Track Occupancy Permit.
3. Call Train Dispatcher before
Time
4. Repeated at
Time  Train Dispatcher's Initials
Acknowledged by Foreman  At
(Name) (Time)
5. This Track Occupancy
Permit No is Cancelled at
(Time) T.D. Initials
Acknowledged By At	
(Name/Occupation) (Time)
Note: This permit affords no protection against other track units or maintenance work, nor does it afford
any protection against trains or engines in yard limits.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 69
 TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS — Continued
69
Manual Block System        W
Bulletin                               ml
A CP
J Rail
Bulletin No.                                                        Date
To:
Made Complete at                                                              Train Dispatcher's Initials
(Time)
Acknowledged by
(Name)                                         (Occupation)
(Time)
This M.B.S. Bulletin No.
Cancelled at                                            By
(Time)                                                                      (Train Dispatcher'*
; Initials)
CONTINUED ON PAGE 70
 70 TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982	
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS — Continued
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE OF TRACKSIDE RADIO SYSTEM
BRANDON DIVISION (MINNEDOSA, BREDENBURY, ESTEVAN AND CARBERRY SUBS)
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The point to train system is designed so that trains, maintenance of way and supervisory personnel can communicate with the
Dispatcher or Division Headquarters. The system has fixed base stations at Westbourne, Neepawa, Minnedosa, Shoal Lake, Mileage 72
Bredenbury Sub., Langenburg, Souris, Melita, Carnduff, Hirsch and Poplar Point.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
The Dispatcher will call you on Channel 1 (This is the end-to-end frequency you normally stand-by on and for two-way
conversation).
Whenever another Channel is used, ensure your radio is switched back to Channel 1.
The provisions of Section 3, C.S.44, apply.
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE ENGINEMAN
To call the Dispatcher — On Minnedosa, Bredenbury and Estevan Subs., switch radio to Channel 2, On Carberry Sub. switch radio
to Channel 3, press and release the push-to-talk button 3 times. These pulses must be made within 3 seconds. An "answer back" tone
will be heard indicating that your call has reached the Dispatcher. Switch back to Channel 1 to wait for Dispatcher to answer. In
emergency, after "answer back" tone ceases (on Channel 2) depress push-to-talk button and voice call Dispatcher. This must be done
within 10 seconds, then switch back to Channel 1.
INSTRUCTIONS TO MAINTENANCE OF WAY PERSONNEL
To call the Dispatcher — On Minnedosa, Bredenbury and Estevan Subs., switch radio to Channel 3. On Carberry Sub., switch
radio to Channel 4. Press and release the push-to-talk button 3 times. These 3 pulses must be made within 3 seconds. An "answer
back" tone will be heard indicating that your call has reached the Dispatcher. Switch back to Channel 1 to wait for Dispatcher to answer,
and according to his instructions, carry on a two-way conversation on Channel 1 or 2. In emergency, after "answer back" tone ceases
(on Channel 3), depress push-to-talk button and voice call the Dispatcher. This must be done within 10 seconds, then switch back to
Channel 1.
TO CALL DIVISIONAL HEADQUARTERS
On Minnedosa, Bredenbury and Estevan Subs., switch radio to Channel 3. On Carberry Sub., switch radio to Channel 5. If you are
on Minnedosa or Bredenbury Subs, at Westbourne dial 301, Neepawa 302, Minnedosa 303, Shoal Lake 304, mileage 72 Bredenbury
sub., dial 305, Langenburg 306. If you are on Estevan Sub., at Souris, dial 101, Melita 102, Carnduff 103 and Hirsch 104. At Poplar Point
dial 201, an answer back tone will be heard indicating your call has reached the Poplar Point site. Within 10 seconds following the tone
dial 097 for Winnipeg Dispatcher or 403 for the General Office Brandon. You may be directed to carry a two way conversation on
Channel 1,2 or 5.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 71
  TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982 71
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS — Continued
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE OF TRACKSIDE RADIO SYSTEM
LAKEHEAD DIVISION (LAC DU BONNET, KEEWATIN, IGNACE AND KAMINISTIQUIA SUBS.)
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The Point to Train system is designed so that trains, maintenance of way and supervisory personnel can communicate with
the Dispatcher. The system has fixed base stations at Beausejour, Rennie, Lowther, Pine, Eagle River, Dinorwic, Raleigh, Martin, Upsala
and Finmark.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
The Dispatcher will call you on Channel 1 (this is the end-to-end frequency you normally stand-by on and for two-way
conversation). Whenever another Channel is used, ensure your radio is switched back to Channel 1. The provisions of section 3,
C.S.44, apply.
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE ENGINEMAN
To call the Dispatcher — Switch your radio to the Point to Train Channel and release the push-to-talk button 3 times.
These pulses must be made within 4 seconds. An "answer-back" tone will be heard indicating that your call has reached the
Dispatcher. Switch back to Channel 1 to wait for the Dispatcher to answer. In emergency, after "answer-back" tone ceases (on
Point to Train Channel) depress push-to-talk button and voice call Dispatcher. This must be done within 10 seconds. Then switch
back to Channel 1.
Note:    Point to Train Channel Keewatin and Lac Du Bonnet subs. — Channel 2
Point to Train Channel Ignace sub. — Channel 3
Point to Train Channel Kaministiquia sub. — Channel 2
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CONDUCTOR
All portable radios labelled "caboose" are equipped with Channels 1, 2 and 3, the same as radios on diesel units and the
same as "Instructions to the Engineman" apply.
MAINTENANCE VEHICLE CALL TO DISPATCHER
Maintenance vehicles can make calls to the Dispatcher if they are equipped with the Point to Train Channels on their mobile
radio. All new portables and mobiles supplied are equipped the same as the diesel radios and the same instructions as those to
the engineman apply.
 72
TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
DIAGRAM SHOWING LOCATION OF TRAIN PHONE WIRES
FACE IN THE DIRECTION NAMED - COUNT CROSSARMS FROM TOP DOWN
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©
SEE NOTES
1 AND 2
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SEE NOTES
3 AND 4
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©
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SEE NOTES
5 & 6
• - REGULAR PAIR
O- ALTERNATE PAIR
1. Alternate pair Rugby-Portage-Brandon—Look West
2. Regular pair    Rugby-Portage-Brandon —Look West
3. Alternate pair Brandon-Moosomin—Look West — To be used only when experiencing communication failure on pair 4.
4. Regular pair Brandon-Broadview—Look West
5. Alternate pair     Moosomin-Broadview—Look West — To be used only when experiencing communication failure on pair 6.
6. Regular pair Brandon-Broadview—Look West.
"Power wires on signal crossarms carrying electricity at 110 volts or higher are usually on the two outer pins on either end of the
crossarm and are identified by being installed on non-transparent coloured insulators and/or identification markers attached to the
side of the crossarm below the power wires.
Care must be exercised to ensure that no attempt is made to connect a telephone to these power wires."
MAP REFERENCES
(See map on page 73)
LAKEHEAD DIVISION
reference subdivision (or spur)
1 Ignace
2 Kaministiquia
3 Keewatin
4 Lac du Bonnet
5 Nipigon
d Moose Nose spur
BRANDON DIVISION
reference   subdivision (or spur)
WINNIPEG DIVISION
reference   subdivision (or spur)
6 Arborg
7 Emerson
8 Winnipeg Beach
c        Manitoba Sugar spur
27
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
19
21
22
23
24
a
e
f
Areola
Bredenbury
Broadview
Carberry
Estevan
Glenboro
Gretna
La Riviere
Lyleton
Minnedosa
Napinka
Neudorf
Russell
Sylvite spur
Carman spur
Wheatland spur
 TIME TABLE No. 65, OCTOBER 31, 1982
73
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 SPEED  TABLE
TIME PER MILE
M.P.H.
0 Min. 40 Sec  90
0    "    42 "   85
0    "    45 " 80
0    "    48 "   75
0    "    51 " 70
0    "    55 "   65
0 M   60
5 M  55
"     12 "   50
"    20 "   45
M    30 '•   40
M    43 "   35
2    "       0 "   30
2 M    24 "  25
3 "       0 "   20
4 "       0 "   15
6    "       0 "   10
12    "       0 M  5
 

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