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CANADIAN   PACIFIC RAILWAY
ONTARIO   DISTRICT
TIME
106
TABLE
Taking Effect at 12.01 a.m. SUNDAY, APRIL 27th, 1947
GOVERNED BY EASTERN STANDARD TIME
FOR THE  INFORMATION  AND GUIDANCE OF  EMPLOYEES ONLY
THE SUPERIOR DIRECTION   IS   EAST  OR   SOUTH, AND EAST  OR  SOUTHBOUND  TRAINS  ARE   SUPERIOR  TO  TRAINS  OF  THE SAME
CLASS   IN   THE   OPPOSITE  (INFERIOR)   DIRECTION
THE COMPANY'S  RULES ARE PRINTED SEPARATELY IN   BOOK FORM.    EVERY EMPLOYEE WHOSE DUTIES ARE PRESCRIBED  BY THE
RULES, AND EVERY EMPLOYEE WHOSE DUTIES ARE CONNECTED WITH THE MOVEMENT OF TRAINS, MUST HAVE
A COPY OF THE RULES AND OF THE CURRENT TIME-TABLE ACCESSIBLE WHEN ON DUTY.
N. R. CRUMP,
Vice-President and General Manager
D. S. THOMSON,
Assistant General Manager
J. R. KIMPTON,
General Superintendent.
 TRENTON  DIVISION
Page                 Subdivision                                  From                                                To Miles
3— Kingston Kingston Renfrew, not including Renfrew  103.6
4—Belleville Smith's Falls Trenton, not including Smith's Falls  102.7
5_0shawa Trenton Leaside, not including Leaside  103.8
6—Havelock Glen Tay Havelock  93.7
7_ Peterboro Havelock Agincourt  88.0
8—Bobcaygeon Dranoel Bobcaygeon  34.3
526.
G. E. MAYNE,
Superintendent,
Toronto.
W.J. PRESLEY,
Asst. Superintendent,
Smiths Falls.
E. T. TRUMAN,
Asst. Superintendent,
Toronto.
Dispatching Office at Toronto:  Telegraph Call, C.
O. A. BRACKEN, Chief Train Dispatcher.
G, W. MILLER, Night Chief Train Dispatcher.
J. A. ROCHE, P. A. BROWN,
C. A. STINSON, D. E. WILSON,
P. L. PATTISON, F.SEENEY,
W. COBURN, R. C. BROWN,
Train
Dispatchers.
LONDON  DIVISION
Page Subdivision From To
9—Goderich Main St Goderlch	
10 & I I—Gait Obico London	
12—Windsor London Windsor	
13—St. Thomas Woodstock    St. Thomas..
13—Port Burwell Ingersoll Port Burwell.
13—SL Marys Ingersoll North St. Marys ...
Miles
113.5
105.0
III.2
33.6
33.4
25.0
421.7
W. E. McG ILL,
Superintendent,
London.
W. H. McDONALD,
Asst. Superintendent,
London.
J.O.JOHNSTON,
Asst. Superintendent,
Windsor
Dispatching Office at London: Telegraph Call, N.
H. R. BUTTER ILL, Chief Train Dispatcher.
W. J. MOORE,
D.A. L. WIGGINS,
B. CUSACK,
C. G. TRIPP,
E. G. PIERCE,
F. C. PRESTON,
G.G.AMES,
0. E. ADKIN,
Train
> Dispatchers.
BRUCE DIVISION
Page Subdivision From To
5—Toronto Terminals Leaside Toronto	
14—Toronto Terminals Leaside West Toronto, via North Toronto.
14—Toronto Terminals Obico Canpa   	
14 & 15—Toronto Terminals Toronto Obico.. •	
16—Hamilton Toronto Hamilton Jet	
I e_Port McNicoll Portswitch Coldwater	
16—Port McNicoll...'. Orlllia Port McNicoll	
16—Port McNicoll Port McNicoll Midland	
17—MacTier Ypres Spur Camp Borden.
18—Orange ville Streetsville Orange ville	
18—Owen Sound Orangeville Owen Sound...
19—Walkerton Saugeen Walkerton	
19—Elora Cataract Elora	
19—Teeswater  Fraxa Teeswater	
19—Teeswater Mount Forest Wye Mount Forest..
19—Teeswater. Wingham Jet Wingham	
C. E. TOWLE,
Superintendent, Toronto.
A. ALVER,
Asst. Superintendent, Toronto.
J. B. MacPHERSON,
Asst. Superintendent, Toronto.
C.W. ROUTLEDGE,
Asst. Superintendent, Toronto.
3.3
34.6
73.0
37.6
29.4
67.9
1.2
4.5
473.1
Dispatching Office at Toronto:  Telegraph Call, C.
0. A. BRACKEN, Chief Train Dispatcher.
G. W. MILLER, Night Chief Train Dispatcher.
J. M. POWELL, S. BEAM, 1      Train
M. D. REGIS, J. A. MALCOLM.   J Dispatchers.
MEDICAL OFFICERS
DR. C. P. FENWICK, Chief of Medical Services
Room 327, Windsor Station, Montreal
3445 Ridgewood, Montreal
DR. S. E. BAKER, District Medical Officer
1334 King St., Phone LA 0871 Parkdale
DR.
DR.
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DR.
DR.
DR.
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DR.
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DR.
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DR.
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NAME RESIDENCE
R.M.FERGUSSON, Phone 306]
J. T. HOGAN....     "     60 Smith's Falls
R. J. WALKER...     "    162]
W. G. BLAIR Perth
J. J. ROBERTSON Belleville
J. G.JOHNSTON, Phone 83..Trenton
W. H. BIRKS Bowmanville
F. J. RUNDLE Oshawa
E. D. FARQUHARSON Agincourt
H. C. MABEE Kingston
C. J. WHYTOCK Sharbot Lake
M. B.GEORGE Tweed
D. W. CLARK i
G. S. CAMERON [Peterboro
H. G. CARLETON J
G. W. MacNEIL............Pontypool
A. D. McARTHUR Burketon
J. J. HAMILTON Bethany
C. V. SCOTT Orillia
J   D   MrPHEE /Victoria Harbor
J.  D. McPHEE ^port McN|co||
G. E. TANNER.
D. C. S. SWAN .
' ^Midland
JOHN M. FLEMING Bala
G. A. MONTEMURRO Streetsville
C. K. STEVENSON Milton
A. B. McCARTER. . ... Guelph
P. L. TYE Milverton
W. F. GALLOW Goderich
L. H. DOUGLAS \
J. R. BEAVAN /Ga,t
WARD WOOLNER Ayr
C. M. MACKAY % „
H.W.BAKER /Woodstock
T. M. WEIR Thamesford
NAME RESIDENCE
DR. C. C. CORNISH Ingersoll
DR. M. B. RYCKMAN St. Thomas
DR. C. F. SMITH St. Marys
DR. H. J. ALEXANDER Tillsonburg
DR. J. L. HUFFMAN, Phone Metcalf 5822]
DR. J. C. LINDSAY        "    Fairmont320
DR. A. S. DUNCAN
DR. IVAN H. SMITH
20
35I2WJ
London
DR. J. S. FERGUSON Chatham
DR. C. L. FULLER Phone 3-4083\Winds0P
DR. W. GAYNOR POWELL    "     3-1622/
DR. G. D. McLEAN Woodbridge
DR. S, T. WHITE Orangeville
DR.  R. HOWEY }
DR. CLIFFORD G. CAMPBELL /0wen Sound
DR. D. B. JAMIESON Durham
DR. T. A. SINCLAIR Walkerton
DR. D. C. HEGGIE Brampton
DR. M. W. BERWICK Grand Valley
DR. M. H. GILLIES Teeswater
DR. R. C. WILSON Alliston
DR. G. E. J. LANNIN, Phone [7-3372 Hamilton
DR. F. L. THOMPSON, Phone HY 2400. North Toronto
DR. F. R. SCOTT, Phone LA 1650 Parkdale
DR. C. W, HAIN Phone JU  2736]
DR. H. E. HOPKINS      "     LY 3535}West Toronto
DR. J. C. MILLAR      "     LY 2525j
DR. W. ROSS WALTERS, Phone GR 1400..Toronto
DR. EMMERSON BULL, Phone LY 5095..Lambton
Employees are reminded that the Company's Medical Officers are at their disposal without fee for treatment of personal
injury sustained in any accident occurring in the course of employment.
 TIME TABLE No. 106-   APRIL   27th,  1
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NORTHBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
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SOUTHBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
Railway crossing at grade, with C.N.R. at mileage 1.3—Not Interlocked
and when signalman not on duty Renfrew Junction, trainmen will operate
signals.    At mileage  102.5—Not  Interlocked, signals will be operated  by
C.P.R. trainmen and must be left normally clear for C.N.R. trains.
Junction with C.N.R. mileage 85.1—Interlocked.
Junction with Havelock S.D. at Sharbot Lake—Automatic Signals.
Mileage 103.3 to mileage 103.4 is operated as joint section, under the
following instructions:—
The signal located on the north side of cabin mileage 103.3 governs the
C.N.R. westbound movement, and the signal located on the east side of cabin
governs C.P.R. southbound movements. Normal position of both signals
STOP, day signalman only.
When signalman on duty, all trains and engines of C.P.R. and C.N.R.
southbound must stop before passing signal, and proceed only en receiving hand
signal from signalman.   Signalman must precede anil flag each southbound
movement over the Joint section.
When signalman not on duty C.N.R. Signal will indicate PROCEED
and C.P.R. Signal will indicate STOP and be so left for uninterrupted movement of C.N.R. trains and engines.
When C.P.R. trains are required to be moved over the Joint section during
the absence of signalman such movements must be made under flag protection
and rear of such trains must also be protected against C.N.R. trains, by leaving
flagman at the entrance to the joint section.
Yard limits Kingston extend to yard limit board located at mileage   IOI.
Passenger trains are restricted to a speed of thirty miles per hour.
Trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour over Argyle St., Renfrew,
over Wilton St., Harrowsmith, and over Anglins Crossing, Kingston.
Movements over Cataraqui St. crossing mileage 102.6 and Ontario Street
crossing mileage 103.3 Kingston, must not exceed five miles per hour.
Movements over Brock St. crossing mileage 103.4   Kingston, must not
exoeed ten miles per hour, and all switching movements over this crossing be
flagged by a member of train crew.
Engines heavier than D-4 class must not exceed speed of fifteen miles per
hour over bridges mileage  10.23,   14.26, 44.77 and 57.28 and must not
be double-headed over bridge mileage 14.26.
D-l O class engines with 7800 gallon tenders or engines of the same weight
or heavier can only be operated between Kingston and Sharbot Lake and must
not pass over bridge mileage 57.28.
All passing tracks between Kingston and Renfrew except Tichborne and
Sharbot Lake are also used as business tracks.
Maintenance of Way employees will provide unattended flagging protection
as per Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions.
SECOND CLASS
SECOND CLASS
617
Mixed
I Dally
613
Mixed
/ Dally
ex. Sun.
618
Mixed
aDaily
612
Mixed
a Dally
ex. Sun.
STATIONS
P.M.
8.30
A.M.
10.30
103.6
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A.M.
7.15
P.M.
5.15
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Track
103.4
103.3
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f   8.48
f   9.00
f   9.10
f   9.25
f   9.35
10.35
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f  11.00
f  II. 10
s 11.25
f 11.33
102.9
97.8
93.4
89.5
85.0
82.1
0.4
 ROUND HOUSE	
6.57
f    6.42
f   6.30
f    6.20
s    6.08
f   6.00
4.53
f   4.40
f   4.29
f   4.19
s   4.08
f   4.00
5.1
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10
14
10
16
4.4
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3.9
 MURVALE	
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4.5
 HARROWSMITH	
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2.9
.. ...HARTINGTON	
s   9.50
f 10.10
f 10.20
s 10.40
s  11.45
s  11.58
P.M.
f 12.05
12.20
s  12.45
78.6
74.2
71.4
65.3
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18
II
9
12
s    5.50
f    5.40
f    5.30
s    5.00
s   3.50
s   3.38
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4.4
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2.8
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3.8
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11.45
f    1.05
6121.20
s 2.40
f   2.50
s   3.05
f   3.10
f   3.17
61.5
56.8
53.5
48.1
46.4
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f   4.42
4.30
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s   1.00
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A.M.
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f   3.38
s   3.45
s   3.55
s   4.10
f   4.16
s   4.40
42.3
36.2
34.4
32.2
27.4
25.4
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11
s 12.11
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s 11.45
f 11.35
f 11.20
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2.0
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9.1
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f   5.10
f   5.30
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10.5
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TIME TABLE No. 106.   APRIL 27th,  1947
WESTBOUND TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
1    -
2
EASTBOUND TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
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BELLEVILLE
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SECOND CLASS
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THIRD
CLASS
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[   905
1   915
1   901
903
1    29
I    35
23
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1     33
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904
86
82
84
88
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Interstate
Interstate
Perth
Toronto
Toronto
Chicago
Toronto
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Ottawa
Ottawa
Montreal
Montreal
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12.45
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12.33
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11.08
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11.45
11.35
11.25
11.15
7.50
7.25
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CURRIE	
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f   5.20
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12. 15
12.23
12.27
12.34
1.57
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2.10
2.18
12.52
1.00
1.05
1.13
7.05
7.15
7.20
7.30
3.38
3.50
3.53
.   4.00
3.17
3.23
3.26
3.31
74.5
79.5
82.3
87.0
87.8
92.3
DN
KINGS FORD	
78
77
68
77
2.23
2.16
2.13
2.03
3.38
3.30
3.26
3.15
3.50
3.37
3.30
3.15
8.20
8.08
8.02
7.50
10.17
10.08
10.04
9.56
11.36
11.27
11.23
11.14
flO.OO
f 9.50
• 9.40
f 9.25
6.10
j    6.00
5.55
5.45
6.50
6.35
6.25
6.10
5.0
LONSDALE	
2.8
BINNS	
4.7
SHANNONVILLE.... ZW
0.8
*THURLOW	
	
s 5.45
38 6.30
12.43
2.27
1.23
7.40
s    4. 10
s 3.40
4.5
BELLEVILLE Z
JcL C.N.R.
5.6
BAYSIDE	
N S
s    93
N   78
s  1.53
s 3.05
3.00
7.35
9.47
11.05
s 9.10
s 8.25
5.35
11.00
5.55
6.45
7.00
P.M.
12.55
1.05
A.M.
a Daily
2.45
3.15
P.M.
1.38
2.00
P.M.
7.50
8.00
A.M.
4.20
4.30
A.M.
3.50
4.00
A.M.
97.9
102.7
DN
75
1.42
1.35
A.M.
2.52
2.45
A.M.
2.45
2.35
P.M.
7.20
7.10
P.M.
9.38
9.30
P.M.
10.54
10.45
P.M.
8.10
8.00
A.M.
5.20
5.10
A.M.
10.45
10.30
A.M.
5.40
5.30
P.M.
4.8
Z TRENTON CWK
O N
a Mon.
1 Daily
/ Tues.
Wed.
Fri.
Ex. Sun.
and Mon.
a Daily
a Daily
a Dally  1
aDaily
ex. Sun.
a Dally
ex. Sun.
aDaily       aDaily
ex. Sun.
aDaily
if No passing track.
/Daily
1 Dally
/Daily
ex. Sun.
/Dally
ex. Sun.
/ Dally
ex. Sun.
/ Dally
1 Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
/ Daily
Thurs.
Sat.
/ Daily
/ Dally
/Dally
85     1
905   1
915   1
901    '   903  1             !
29    1
35    1
23     '21     1
33    1
22    1
34
24
30    I    36
902
906   '   910   I   904  ■      86     ■    82
84
88
Junction with Havelock S.D. at Glen Tay—Interlocked.    Railway Crossing
at Grade
and connection with C.N.R. at                         Operator Glen Tay will register all westbound trains.   He will also register all eastbound trains, except when green signals
mileage 92.3—Interlocked, equipped with electric switch locks.   On freight shed spur
at Trentt
>n with C.N.R.—Not interlocked,               are displayed by any section thereof in which case conductor of each section must register.
and Can. Creosote Co.—Not interlocked.
Exception to special instruction "S" trains No. 904 and 910 may run Trenton to Crow Lake and train No. 905 from
Engines using interchange tracks at Belleville must not run more than 50 fee
t from m
ain track frog.                                           Smiths Falls to Roblindale for inspection but if stopped for any other purpose between points mentioned standing inspection
Passenger trains are restricted to a speed of                                                                                                                                    must De, made.                                   _
cs**w ™:i„o „«.. ■.«.„ «« « « t..e* „,™* «* D«..*h c*„t;„„ ««m «„ «....»,«> ka»..iaA» Ph„!eiia i 0i,Q anf* Dorhom                                      No. 24 will stop on flag at Roblindale to entrain passengers for Smith's Falls and beyond.
Fifty miles per hour on curve Just west of Perth Station and on curves between Christie Lake and Parnam.                                    _.           ,      .it  _ ,««L1        «   ...    - ,.      j    .,        .,-,-«                 *         . • e-* .        u     ■    *   *   j  < •#%
c. .„    ..      „  .,,.,      „  u„*..,„„   „,:i„„„„ c-7 o„,i d^i:„^i ^ „„ ....... ™ h«*»,aan ^:M«of«.ri o«ri i „„eHo!a                           T<> comply with Rule 99, between Smiths Falls and mileage 15.5, flagmen must go out 15 telegraph poles instead of 10
Sixty miles per hour on curves between mileage 57 and Roblindale and on curves between K.ngsford and Lonsdale.               tQ        , 500 *•»      36 te|e    ' n po|es jnstead of 24 t0 equa, ) 200 yards? 54 teiegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1800
Trains must not exceed speed of fifty miles per hour on curve mileage 58.05.
yards, and between mileage 15.5 and Trenton flagmen must go out 12 telegraph poles instead of 10 to equal 500 yards; 28
Trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour over Pinnacle, Church, Jol
in, and C
ieorge Sts., Belleville.                                 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards;  and 41 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1800 yards.
Unless otherwise directed, when first-class trains meet at Tichborne, the westbound trains will take the passing track at                          Maintenance of Way employees will  provide manual flagging  protection as per  Maintenance of Way  Rules and
crossover switch Just west of the coal chutes.
Instructions.
 TIME TABLE No. 106.
APRIL 27th,
1947
5
Passenger trains are restricted to a speed of                                                                        Engines heavier than DIO Class must not use Industrial Spur Siding,
Fifty miles per hour on curve mileage 1.51.                                                      Bowmanville, beyond Scugog St. Crossing.
Fifty-five miles per hour on curves at mileage 33.5 and 74.1.                                     Railway crossing at grade on freightshed spur, Trenton with Can Creosote
*o rs  S4x*y m,les Per nour on curves at m,,ea9e 23; 39'2> 39'7; 42-2> 653'         Co.-Not  Interlocked, and with  C.N R.-Not Interiockedi:   with  C.N.R   at
bB.U;  75.8.                                                                                                                 mileage 32.7—Interlocked: with O.E.R. at mileage 71.5—Interlocked; Junc-
Sixty-five miles per hour on curves at mileage 55.1; 58.8; 60.3; 66.1;        tion with Peterboro S.D. at Agincourt—Interlocked;  with C.N.R. at mileage
81.8.                                                                                                                             102.3—Electric Switch Locks operated from Leaside;  with Toronto Terminals
Sub-Division at Leaside—Interlocked.
1                        WESTBOUND TRAINS—INFERIOR  DIRECTION
1
»-
-
I  1            OSHAWA
\                                               EASTBOUND TRAINS—SUPERIOR  DIRECTION                                                           ||
SECOND CUSS                     1
FIRST CLASS
i
i
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Si
FIRST CLASS
5                      SECOND CLASS
FOURTH CLASS
915
Interstate
Freight
/Daily
901
Interstate
Freight
I Daily
903
Interstate
Freight
/Dally
905
Toronto
Mdse.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
and Mon
619
Toronto
Psgr.
/Sun.
only
35
Toronto
Psgr.
/ Dally
ex. Sun.
601
Toronto
Psgr.
/Dally
ex. Sun.
23
> Toronto
|    Psgr.
/Daily
ex. Sun.
21
Chicago
Psgr.
/ Daily
■   33
Toronto
Psgr.
/Dally
go
II
If
OUDUIVI9IUI1
620
Havelock
Psgr.
a Sun.
only
36
: Montreal
Psgr.
1  aDaily
ex. Sun.
604
Peterboro
Psgr.
a Sat.
only
602
Peterboro
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun
22
Overseas
Psgr.
a Daily
34
Ottawa
Psgr.
aDaily
24
Ottawa
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sun.
902
Interstate
Freight
a Dally
906
Interstate
Freight
a Daily
910
Montreal
Mdse.
a Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
904
Interstat
Freight
aDaily
76
Freight
aDaily
78
Freight
a Daily
80
Freight
aDaily     1
STATIONS
P.M.
3.50
4.02
P.M.
2.45
2.57
A.M.
9.00
9.12
A.M.
1.35
1.47
A.M.
4.40
4.48
A.M.
4. 10
4. 18
.0
4.4
6.6
9.9
12.4
18.0
18.8
20.9
24.8
28.6
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D
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o
~i
ca
I
CC
w .
0.
o
1
go
mcc
P
<
J
1
TRENTON ZCWK
4.4
WARK
O N
A.M.
1.25
1.18
A.M.
2.35
2.27
P.M.
1.50
1    1.30
P.M.
6.25
6.12
P.M.
9.10
9.01
P.M.
10.25
10.13
A.M.
4.05
3.52
P.M.
3.30
3.17
P.M.
6.10
5.55
76
2.2
-&SMITHFIELD
4.10
4.15
4.25
3.07
3.12
3.22
9.25
9.30
9.40
2.00
2.17
2.25
4.55
4.58
5.04
4.22
4.28
4.34
3.3
BRIGHTON
H N
75
65
76
1.12
1.09
1.03
2.20
2.17
2.10
1.20
1.15
1.05
6.02
5.58
5.48
8.53
8.49
8.41
10.04
10.00
9.52
3.40
3.35
3.27
3.07
2.55
2.42
5.45
5.40
5.30
2.5
BAMFORD
5.6
COLBORNE
C B
0.8
^LAKEPORT
4.30
4.37
4.44
3.27
3.34
3.42
9.45
9.52
10.00
2.30
2.36
2.42
5.07
5. II
5.15
4.37
4.41
4.45
2.1
FLAVELLE
69
76
71
1.00
12.55
12.50
2.05
2.00
1.55
12.58
12.50
12.43
5.41
5.33
5.25
8.37
8.31
8.25
9.47
9.41
9.35
3.20
3.10
3.00
2.20
2.10
2.00
5.22
5.12
5.02   I
3.9
GRAFTON
3.8
SPICER
4.52
5.07
5.22
5.32
5.40
3.50
4.00
4.15
4.25
4.35
10.07
10.17
10.30
10.40
10.50
2.48
2.58 1
3.08
3.15
3.21
s 5.20
s 5.30
5.40
5.45
5.50
s 4.50
f 5.00
5.10
5.15
5.20
1
§
1
1
i
2.
32.4
38.7
44.8
49.5
53.6
56.0
61.8
D N
D N
D N
COBOURG	
6.3
PORT HOPE	
6.1
WESLEYVILLE
ZW
..z
B U
H O
70
63
76
67
78
72
SI2.45
§12.35
12.26
12.21
12.16
SI2.06
e
1
1
CO
i
1
s  1.50
s  1.37
1.27
1.22
1.17
12.35
12.25
12.15
12.05
P.M.
11.55
5.17
5.07
4.55
4.45
4.35
8.19
8.10
8.01
7.54
7.48
9.29
9.20
9.10
9.03
8.56
2.48
2.23-
2.10
2.00
1.50
1.50
1.35
1.20
i.to
1.00
4.52
4.25
4.15
3.55
3.48
i
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1
i
1
0.
e
I
1
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1
|
1
1
1
1
CO
i
1
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1
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en
|
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e
1
CO
i
1
4.7
NEWTONVILLE	
4.1
LOVEKIN	
2.4
4.NFWr.flSTI F
6.00
4.50
11.10
3.35
s 6.00
s 5.30
5.8
BOWMANVILLE..
zw1
M A
75   j
s 1.05
11.40
4.20
7.37
8.45
1.35
12.45
3.35   ||
6.15
6.25
6.35
6.43
6.55
5.05
5.15
5.25
5.33
5.43
1 1.25
1.1.45
11.55
P.M.
12.05
12.17
3.45
3.55
4.04
4.13
4.23
6.10
s 6.20
6.30
6.38
6.47
5.40
s 5.48
5.59
6.06
6. 14
66.7
71.7
76.3
81.3
87.5
92.3
96.3
99.4
102.3
103.8
D N
D
D N
D N
DAR1 INftTON
76
71
44
72
66
77
11.56
si 1.48
11.39
11.34
11.27
12.52
SI2.30
12.17
12.11
12.04
A.M.
1 1.25
11.10
10.53
10.45
10.35
4.03
3.53
3.43
3.35
3.25
7.28
7.20
7.13
7.06
6.55
8.34
8.26
8.18
8.11
8.02
1.20
1.10
1.00
12.50
12.40
12.30
12.20
12.12
12.05
P.M.
11.40
3.21
3.11
3.01
2.52
2.42
5.0
Z OSHAWA	
4.6
Z WHITBY	
5.0
audi pv
. Z
.w
H W
U O
6.2
CHERRYWOOD
4.8
•fcSGARBORO
7.30
5.55
12.35
4.38
P.M.
P.M.
A.M.
6.58
6.25
A.M.
4.0
Z..AGINCOURT..ZRW
JcL Peterboro S.D,
3.1
^WEXFORD
G N
84
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
11.17
P.M.
11.54
10.15
3.05
6.45
7.50
12.25
11.20
2.25
s 7.22
s 7.00
s 8.48
6.15
s 9,3V
FTST
s  12.55
s 6.05
f11.35
2.9
4.nnNi a tuns
7.50
6.15
1.00
5.00
s 7.35
s 7.10
s 9.00
s 7.10
s 6.35
s 6.25
Jet. C.N.R.
1.5
[L LEASIDE	
Jet. Toronto Terminals S.D.
XR
D O
s 9.18
s 9.44
s  12.42
s 5.57
si 1.02
si 1 -17
si 1.37
9.55
2.45
6.25
7.30
12.05
11.00
2.00
P.M
P.M.
P.M.
A.M.
s 7.45
7.55
P.M.
s 7.20
7.30
P.M.
s 9.07
9.15
A.M.
s 7.20
7.30
A.M.
6.45
6.55
A.M.
s 6.35
6.45
A.M.
107.1
109.1
D N
D N
1      "             1
v*DON	
£2
OK
D N
U N
s 9.07
9.00
A.M.
s 9.36
9.30
A.M.
s  12.35
12.30
P.M.
s 5.45
5.40
P.M.
10.52
10.45
P.M.
11.07
11.00
P.M.
11.27
11.20.
P.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.       1
2.0
TORONTO              K
a Daily
915
a Daily
901
a Daily
903
a Daily
ex. Sun
and Mon
905
a Sun.
only
619
a Dally
ex. Sun.
35
a Daily
ex. Sun.
601
a Dally
ox. Sun.
23
a Daily
21
aDaily
33
if No passing track.
/Sun.
only
I620
/Dally
ex. Sun.
36
ZSat.
only
604
/ Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun
602
/ Dally
22
/ Daily
34
/ Dally
ex. Sat.
24
/Daily
902
/ Daily
906
/ Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
910
/ Dally
904
/ Dally
76
/ Dally
78
/Daily
80
Operators Leaside and Agincourt will register all eastbound trains.   They will also register all westbound trains except when green                  §No. 22 will stop on flag at Port Hope to entrain passengers for Montreal or beyond,
signals are displayed by any section thereof, in which case conductor of each section must register.                                                                             Exception to special instruction "S" freight and mixed trains may run between Bowmanville and Trenton for inspection but if
Cars must not be left within 50 fppt of strpet linp Ritsnn St   Oshawa and all switrhinn mnvampriK nvpr thk rrn^inn mint ho nrn.         stopped for any other purpose between the points mentioned standing inspection must be made,
tacted bv flyman                                                                             usnawa, and all switching movements over this crossing must be pro-                    To comp|y with Ru|0 9% between Trenton and Agincourt, flagmen must go out 12 telegraph poles instead of 1 0 to equal 500 yards,
y     y                                                                                                                                                                                                         28 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards; and 41 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1800 yards, and between Agincourt   '
Trains between Leaside and Don, between Leaside and West Toronto via North Toronto, and between Don and Toronto will be         and Leaside, flagmen must go out 1 5 telegraph poles instead of 10 to equal 500 yards, 36 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal 1200
governed by Toronto Terminals time table pages 14, 1 5 and 20.                                                                                                                          yards, and 54 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1 800 yards.
Maintenance of Way employees will provide manual flagging protection as per Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions.
 ^—
6
TIME TABLE No. 106.   APRIL 27th,
1947
WESTBOUND TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
e
5
i
A:
1
s
«2|
HAVELOCK
SUBDIVISION
•
3
!
2
i!
if
EASTBOUND TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
FOURTH CLASS
35
Toronto
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
33
Toronto
Psgr.
/ Daily
34
Ottawa
Psgr.
a Daily
36
Montreal
Psgr.
a Dally
ex. Sun.
70
Freight
a Daily
ex. Sun.
72
Freight
aDaily
ex. Sun.
STATIONS
P.M.
1.23
A.M.
12.40
.0
D N
 GLEN TA
V ZYR
G Y
A.M.
4.45
P.M.
s   3.10
P.M.
12.20
P.M.
10.30
s    1.29
s    1.39
1.48
s    1.55
2.05
12.46
12.56
1.05
s    1. 15
1.25
3.7
11.2
17.5
21.4
27.3
 BATHURST	
52
42
43
31
44
4.40
4.30
4.20
s    4.10
3.57
f   3.02
s   2.50
2.40
s    2.30
2.17
12.10
P.M.
11.55
11.40
11.20
11.05
10.15
9.55
9.40
9.20
9.05
7.5
 MABERLEY	
6.3
 UNGAVA	
D N
3.9
Z...SHARBOT LAKE..ZYW
JcL Kingston S.D.
5.9
 OLDEN	
B I
3 2
8 2. 12
s    2.23
2.31
s   2.40
1.30
§    1.39
1.47
§    1-55
30.5
36.2
41.2
46.3
 MOUNTAIN GROVE	
46
43
42
44
3.52
§   3.44
3.37
§    3.30
s 2. 12
s   2.03
1.56
s    1.48
j    10.55
10.42
10.30
10.17
8.55
8.42
8.30
8.17
D
5.7
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5.0
 RONALDSON
N E
D
5.1
 KALADAF
I Z
K R
i       ■
O    V
2.53
s   2.58
3.01
s   3.13
3.21
s   3.30
2.08
2.13
s    2.30
2.50
§    3.00
55.0
57.3
58.8
62.5
66.4
71.7
 HUNGERFORD	
43
3.18
1.35
s    1.30
1.27
s    1.18
1.10
s    1.02
9.55
7.55
D
2.3
Z* SULPHIDE Z
1.5
 BOGART	
S U
42
46
41
43
3.12
s   3.00
2.50
;s    2.40
9.40
9.30
9.05
8.52
7.40
7.30
7.05
6.52
D N
3.7
Z TWEED CW
3.9
 BULLER	
F E
5.3
 IVANHOE	
4 5
3.37
s   3.44
3.10
§    3.18
76.2
80.4
85.4
89.7
93.7
 PETERSON	
43
43
2.32
s    2.25
12.55
s 12.49
8.42
8.32
6.42
6.32
D
4.2
Z               BOIVARl AW
C G
5.0
• TIFFIN
4.3
 BLAIRTO
3.58
4.05
P.M.
3.30
3.40
A.M.
M
43
2.11
2.05
A.M.
12.37
12.32
P.M.
8.10
8.00
A.M.
6.10
6.00
P.M.
D N
4.0
Z HAVELOCK. ...CWK
S
a Dally
ex. Sun.
35
a Daily
33
if No passing track.
/ Daily
34
/ Dally
ex. Sun.
36
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
70
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
72
1
Junction with Belleville S.D. at Glen Tay—Interlocked; with Kingston S.D. at Sharbot Lake—Automatic Signals.
Railway Crossing at grade with C.N.R. at mileage 80.4—Not Interlocked.
Passenger trains are restricted to a speed of
Fifty miles per hour on curves between Glen Tay and Ronaldson.
Fifty-five miles per hour on curve Mileage 63.55.
Sixty miles per hour on other curves between Ronaldson and Havelock.
Trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour over Victoria St, Tweed, and all switching movements over this crossing
must be protected by flagman.
All movements over highway crossing on spur track leading to Ontario Rock Coy's Quarry, opposite mileage 90.8 must
be protected by a flagman.
Operator Glen Tay will register all eastbound first-class trains except when green signals are displayed by any section
thereof, in which case conductor of each section must register.
2800 class engines must not exceed speed of sixty miles per hour and 3100 class engines fifty miles per hour at any point
when handling passenger trains.
Engines heavier than D-4 must not exceed speed of fifteen miles per hour over bridge mileage 57.28, Kingston S.D. at
Sharbot Lake, and D-IO class engines with 7,800 gallon tenders or engines of same weight or heavier must not be operated
over this bridge.
§No. 33 will stop on flag at Ardendale and Kaladar to detrain revenue passengers from east of Smiths Falls and from
Kingston, and to entrain revenue passengers for Toronto and will stop at Ivanhoe to entrain revenue passengers for Toronto and
will slow down sufficiently passing Ivanhoe station and Bonarlaw station to permit mail to be handled.
§No. 34 will stop on flag at Kaladar and Ardendale to detrain revenue passengers from Toronto and to entrain revenue
passengers for Kingston and points east of Smiths Falls.
No. 33 and No. 34 will exchange mail at meeting point.
To comply with Rule 99, flagmen must go out 12 telegraph poles instead of 10 to equal 500 yards, 28 telegraph poles
instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards, and 41 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1800 yards.
Maintenance of Way employees will provide manual flagging protection as per Maintenance of Way Rules and
Instructions.
 TIME TABLE No.  106.   APRIL 27th,
1947
7
WESTBOUND TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
I
|    X
I
1
§
ii
Ft
PETERBORO
SUBDIVISION
&
8
■£
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51
EASTBOUND TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CUSS
FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
1       SECOND CLASS
FOURTH CLASS
605
Mixed
/ Dally
ex. Sun.
619
Toronto
Psgr.
/ Sun.
only
35
Toronto
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
601
Toronto
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
33
Toronto
Psgr.
/Dally
620
Havelock
Psgr.
a Sun.
only
36
Montreal
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sun.
604
Peterboro
Psgr.
a Sat.
only
602
Peterboro
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sat., Sun.
34
Ottawa
Psgr.
a Daily
606
Mixed
a Daily
ex. Sun.
74
Freight
a Daily
STATIONS
A.M.
7.45
s   7.57
P.M.
4.45
s   4.55
P.M.
4.15
s   4.25
A.M.
3.50
§   4.00
.0
6.1
9.0
14.5
19.4
D N
D
...HAVELOCK. ZCWK
6.1
 NORWOOD	
2.9
if        ASPHODEL
S
N D
P.M.
12.05
P.M.
s 11.53
P.M.
12.25
s 12.13
A.M.
1.55
§    1.45
P.M.
6.30
s    6. 10
A.M.
6.30
6.00
f   8.13
8.23
f   5.06
5.13
s    4.37
4.44
A.M.
4. 12
4.20
INDIAN RIVER
54
43
E23
W43
42
51
43
47
43
f 11.40
11.33
s 12.01
P.M.
11.53
1.33
1.25
f   5.55
5.43
5.40
5.25
4.9
 OTONABEE	
P.M.
P.M.
«   835
8 10.10
f 10.23
f 10.30
10.40
10.50
8   5.30
5.42
f   5.47
5.53
f   5.56
f   6.02
6064 55
s 5. 10
5.22
s    5.27
5.34
5.36
f   5.41
s    4.35
4.48
4.53
4.59
5.02
24.3
30.4
33.3
37.0
38.7
41.5
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6.1
KENDRY...
BO
s 11.20
11.08
f 11.04
10.58
f 10.55
f 10.49
s 11.40
11.27
s 11.24
11.18
s 11.15
f 11.10
s    1.05
12.53
12.49
12.44
12.42
35 5.30
s 4.35
4.21
f   4. 15
4.09
4 05
5.10 i
4.48
4.15
4.00
3.55
7.10
f   7.19
s   7.23
7.29
f   7.31
f   7.36
2.45
f 2.32
s    2.27
2.20
s   2.18
f   2.13
8.00
f 7.47
s    7.42
7.35
f   7.33
f    7.28
2.9
CAVAN
3.7
TAPLEY.. .
1.7
Z  DRANOEL. ZYW
JcL Bobcaygeon S.D.
2.8
*.,... MANVERS	
A.M.
P.M.
f   6.09
s    5.48
s   7.43
5.13
45.4
54.3
58.2
63.6
D
D
 PONTYPOOL	
8.9
BURKETON   ..
TY
f 10.42
f 10.30
s 11.04
s 10.49
s    2.06
s    1.53
s    7.20
s    7.05
12.34
12.23
3.40
3.15
1
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I
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s
I
1
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§
CO
3.9
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s    6.37
s    6.18
s   8.08
5.40
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45  1
42
s 10.15
s 10.35
s    1.39
s    6.50
12.08
2.45 j
f   6.45
f   6.48
f   6.56
f    6.25
s 6.32
f   8.14
f   8.17
s   8.22
f   8.28
s   8.35
5.46  |
5.54
6.04
67.3
68.8
72.5
76.
80.0
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1.5
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f 10.08 !
f 10.28
f    1.31
f    1.28
s    1.22
f    1.15
s    1.08
f    6.43
f    6.40
s 6.32
f    6.25
s    6.18
12.03
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11.57
11.46
2.35
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3.6
if      ATHA ROAD
RM
37
f   9.59
8 10.20
2.20
f   7.07
s    6.45
3.9
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46
44
f   9.47
8   10.10
2.00
7.15
6.52
8.42
f   8.44
s   8.48
A.M.
6.09
6.15
A.M.
84.4
85.9
88.0
D N
 4.4	
SHERRING
9.40
10.02
1.02
f 12.59
s  12.55
P.M.
6.12
f    6.09
s    6.05
P.M.
11.40
1.45
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2.1
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s   7.22
P.M.
s    7.00
P.M.
G N
	
8   9.33
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s   9.57
A.M.
f  11.35
P.M.
/ Daily
34
1.30
A.M.     1
a Dally
ex. Sun.
605
a Sun.
only
619
a Dally
ex. Sun.
35
a Dally
ex. Sun.
601
a Dally
33
*No passing track.
/Sun.
only
620
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
36
ZSat.
only
604
/ Daily
ex. Sat, Sun.
602
/ Dally
ex. Sun.
606
/ Dally
74
Swing Bridge at mileage 23.4—Interlocked.    Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R. at mileage 24.6—Interlocked,                                  Operator Agincourt will register all first-class trains except when green signals are displayed by any section thereof, in
Junction with Oshawa S.D. at Agincourt—Interlocked.                                                                                                                                      which case conductor of each section must register.
Passenger trains are restricted to a speed of                                                                                                                                                        No. 604 will register at Dranoel.
Sixty miles per hour on curves between Havelock and Peterboro and on curves between Tapley and Claremont.                                    §No. 33 and No. 34 will stop at Norwood to entrain and detrain revenue passengers to and from Toronto and Ottawa
and to handle mail.
2800 class engines must not exceed speed of sixty miles per hour and 3100 class engines fifty miles per hour at any
point when handling passenger trains.                                                                                                                                                                        Crossing protection signals, George St., Peterboro are of the Flashing Light Type and manually operated.   No movement
must be made over this crossing until these signals are seen to be operating and signals must not be stopped until such move-
Trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour through City Limits, Peterboro, mileage 22.98 to mileage 25.73.                        ment has been completed.    In the event of failure of signals, movements over this crossing must be protected by flagman.
All switching movements crossing Park St. and Aylmer St* Peterboro, must be protected by flagman.                                                              To comply with Rule 99, flagmen must go out 13 telegraph poles instead of 10 to equal 500 yards; 30 telegraph poles
instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards, and 45 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1800 yards.
The sounding of locomotive whistles and the ringing of locomotive bells within the limits of the City of Peterboro
between mileage 22.98 and mileage 25.19 approaching highway crossings are prohibited, except when necessary to prevent                                  Maintenance of Way employees will provide manual flagging protection as per Maintenance of Way Rules and
accident and except that the bell shall always be rung for seventy-five feet before reaching crossing.                                                                    Instructions.
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TIME TABLE No.  106.   APRIL 27tt
, 1947
NORTHBOUND TRAINS-
SOUTHBOUND TRAINS-
INFERIOR DIRECTION
BOBCAYGEON
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
il
II
SUBDIVISION
SECOND CLASS
=3
605
Mixed
I,
if
So
!
606
Mixed
I Dally
ex. Sun.
te
STATIONS
2
a Daily
ex. Sun.
A.M.
P.M.
11.15
.0
 .....DRANOEL YRW
26
4.05
2.2
f 11.22
f 11.32
2.2
6.3
if BETHANY	
s 4.00
f 3.50
^ FLEETWOOD	
4.4
f 11.43
10.7
if REA'S	
f 3.40
1
2.3
f 11.48
P.M.
12.01
12.25
13.0
18.1
D
ir HILLHEAD	
f 3.33
3.20
2.40
*                    5.1
Z LINDSAY ZW
4.3
DA
f 12.37
s 12.48
22.4
26.4
if.... PLEASANT POINT ....
f 2.30
s 2.20
4.0
ir DUNSFORD	
3.9
f 12.58
f    1.02
f    1.05
1.15
P.M.
30.3
31.6
33.1
34.3
D
• .... ANCONA POINT	
f 2.10
f 2.07
f 2.04
2.00
P.M.
*    "                1.3
it BIRCH POINT	
^ KENSTONE	
1.2
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B G
a Daily
1 Daily
ex. Sun.
ex. Sun.
605
if No passing track.
606
Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R. at mileage 17.9—Interlocked.
No. 606 will not leave Bobcaygeon until No. 605 arrives.
Trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour over Queen St. and King St.,
Lindsay, and switching movements over these crossings must be protected by flagman,
ten miles per hour over St. Paul St. mileage 18.4 and fifteen miles per hour over Bridge
mileage 29.2.
Maintenance of Way employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per
Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions.
 TIME TABLE
No.
106.   APRIL 27th, 1947
9
WESTBOUND TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
i =i
1
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GODERICH
SUBDIVISION
!
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EASTBOUND TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
Junction with Hamilton S.D. at Hamiiton Jet.—Interlocked; with Gait S.D. at Guelph Jet.—Automatic Signals. Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R.at mileape
31.77—Not Interlocked, (signals will be operated by C.N.R. trainmen and must be left normally clear for C.P.R. trains), and at mileage 34.1—Interlocked Automatic.
Yard Limits Goderich extend to mileage 109.7 fifteen hundred feet east of east switch Meneset.
Permanent Slow Post at mileage 109.5 affecting westbound trains, which must not exceed schedule speed between Meneset and Goderich, and Permanent Slow
Post Mileage 5.6 affecting eastbound trains, which must not exceed schedule speed between Waterdown North and Hamilton Jet.
Passenger Trains are restricted to a speed of fifty miles per hour on curves.
Trains must not exceed speed of twenty-five miles per hour between Hamilton Jet. and Waterdown South, ten miles per hour over Victoria Road mileage 30. 19,
through the City of Guelph, six miles per hour over crossing mileage 33.5 and ten miles per hour over Winstanley St., mileage 74.9.
Trains or engines must not pass over Eramosa Road, Guelph, between 10.15 p.m. and 6.15 a.m. daily, and between 6.15 a.m. and 10.15 p.m. on Sundays, until
gates are lowered by train or enginemen.
Switching movements must not be made over Allen's Road, nor over York Road on Spur Line leading to Page Hersey plant at Guelph, without being protected
by flagman.
Air Brake Rule 66A applies on all trains running from Waterdown North to Hamilton Jet.
N-2 engines must not be turned on wye at Linwood.
Operator at Hamilton Jet. will register all trains except when green signals are displayed by any section thereof, in which case conductor of each section must register.
To comply with Rule 99 between Hamilton and mileage 8, flagmen must go out 13 telegraph poles instead of IO to equal 500 yards; 31 telegraph poles instead ot
24 to equal 1200 yards and 47 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1800 yards, and between mileage 8 and Guelph Junction, flagmen must go out 14 telegraph poles
instead of IO to equal 500 yards; 34 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards and 51 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1800 yards.
Maintenance of Way employees will provide manual flagging protection as per Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions.
FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
|     FOURTH CLASS
653
i      P8B'-
1    I Dally
ex. Sun.
•    651
Psgr.
1 Dally
ex. Sun.
|    649
Psgr.
1 Daily
ex. Sat.,
Sun.
647
Psgr.
1 Daily
ex. Sun.
637    |    645
643
Psgr.
1 Dally
ex. Sun.
642
|      Psgr.
aDaily
ex. Sun.
644
Psgr.
aDaily
ex. Sun.
646    i    648
650
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sat.,
Sun.
652
Psgr.
a Daliy
ex. Sun.
640
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sun.
654
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sun
|      86
Freight
aDaily
84
Freight
a Daily
•x. Sun.
Psgr.
I Daily
ex. Sun.
Psgr.
1 Daily
ex. Sun.
STATIONS
Psgr.
a Sat.
only
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sat.,
Sun.
A.M.
8.27
s    8.36
f   8.39
f    8.43
.0
4.6
5.5
7.7
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D
* HAMILTON JCT R
4.6
• ...WATERDOWN SOUTH....
0.9
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S U
W D
P.M.
8.33
s   8.24
f   8.21
f   8.17
f    8.12
s    7.55
s    7.45
f   7.40
f    7.34
f   7.30
6517.25
s 7.10
A.M.
6.05
31
5.45
2.2
if MILLGROVE	
3 "*
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
f    8.48
s    9.00
9.30
s    9.37
f    9.42
f    9.48
f    9.52
s  10.02
10.12
A.M.
A.M.
11.0
16.4
20.2
23.2
27.1
29.6
31.6
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32
28
36
9
A.M.
A.M,
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
5.15
1   5.00
P.M.
D N
5.4
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JcL Qalt S.D.
3.8
MOFFAT	
G U
9.05
f 9.12
f    9.17
9.24
f    9.28
9.40
6.50
f   6.57
f   7.02
f    7.09
f    7.13
7.25
3.30
f 3.37
f   3.42
3.49
f   3.53
4.05
2.00
f   2.07
f   2.12
f   2.19
f   2.23
2.35
8.40
f 8.47
f   8.52
8.59
f   9.03
9.15
7.20
7.27
f   7.32
7.39
7.43
7.50
7.10
f    7.00
jf   6.55
If   6.49
f    6.45
6.40
1     8.30
f    8.20
f    8.15
f    8.09
f    8.05
8.00
1.20
f    1.10
f    1.05
f  12.59
f 12.55
12.50
1.50
f    1.40
f    1.35
f    1.29
f    1.25
1.20
3.20
f   3.10
f   3.05
f    2.59
f   2.55
2.50
6.35
f 6.25
f 6.20
f 6.14
f 6.10
6.05
8.50
f 8.40
f 8.35
f 8.29
f 8.25
8.20
5.45
5.30
5.20
5.10
5.00
4.45
A.M.
3.0
CORWHIN	
3.9
ARKELL -
D N
2.5
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2.0
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H U
42
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
s  10.24
s  10.35
s  10.43
s  10.50
s  11.01
s  11.11
s  11.19
A.M.
A.M.
37.7
43.7
47.6
51.7
56.6
62.2
66.4
D
D
.ARISS	
W N
35
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
s   6.55
s   6.44
s   6.36
s   6.27
s   6.17
s   6.06
8   5.58
P.M.
2.45
2.28
2.17
2.05
1.50
1.25
1.10
6.0
ifZ    . WEST MONTROSE Z
3.9
Z ELMIRA .....Z
4.1
..    WALLENSTEIN	
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21
17
17
17
18
4.9
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5.6
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D
4.2
 MILVERTON Z
V N
s 11.34
f  11.44
si 1.55
P.M.
s  12.08
s  12.19
75.1
81.3
87.7
95.3
101.2
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Z....WEST MONKTON ....ZW
6.2
McNAUGHT	
K S
37
38
43
39
39
s   5.43
f   5.32
8   5.21
8   5.09
8   4.58
12.40
12.15
P.M.
1 1.55
10.55
10.30
D
D
6.4
WALTON	
W A
B Y
7.6
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5.9
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104.3
106.2
110.1
III.8
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if                   SHAPIT  	
f 12.27
f 12.34
12.40
P.M.
1.9
if                   McG AW..	
f   4.49
f   4.40
4.35
P.M.
10.00
3.9
if    .            MENESET	
1.7
Z GODERICH KCW
G O
9.30
A.M.
aDaily
ex. Sun.
653
a Daily
ex. Sun.
651
e Dally
ex. Sat.,
Sun.
649
aDaily
ex. Sun.
647
a Daily
ex. Sun.
637
a Daily
ex. Sun.
645
aDaily
ex. Sun.
643
• No passing track.
{Deity
ex. Sun.
642
I Daily
ex. San.
644
ZSat.
only
646
1 Daily
ex. Sat.,
Sun.
648
1 Dally
ex. Sat.,
Sun.
650
( Dally
ex. Sun.
652
(Daily
ex. Sun.
640
(Dally
ex. Sun
654
/Dally
86
(Dally
ex. Sun.
84
 10
riME TABLE No.  106.   APRIL 27th,  1947
The sounding of locomotive whistles for any highway crossing or crossings within
the limits of the City of Gait is prohibited except when necessary to prevent accident.
Railway crossing at grade with  C.N.R. at mileage 32.5—Interlocked; at
mileage 74.16—Interlocked; at mileage 87.5—Interlocked; at mileage   1 1 1.7
—Interlocked Automatic.
Junction with double track mileage 1 13.73—Not Interlocked.
Junction with Quebec Street Yard, Quebec Street—Interlocked.
Trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour over Ingersoll Avenue,
Woodstock, over Drew Street mileage 87.99, Samuelson Street on Wye at Gait,
Kerr and Beverly Streets on Downtown Spur Gait, and over Bond Street east of
Gait Station. Cars must not be left within 25 feet of street line, Dundas Street, Gait.
Train movements over Kerr St. and Beverly St. on the Downtown Spur at
Gait, and over Samuelson and Dundas Sts. on the wye tracks at Gait, and over
Northumberland Ave. at Ayr, except on main tracks, must be protected by flagman.
Highway crossing mileage 74.6 Drumbo must be flagged by a member of
train crew when occupying passing track with crossing cut.
Trains  are  restricted   to a speed of forty-five  miles per hour on curves
between mileage 71 and mileage 72 and at Innerkip Station.
Trains must not exceed speed thirty miles per hour over West Switch of east-
bound passing track, Cooksville.
Trains must not exceed schedule speed between Cooksville and Streetsville.
Board of Transport Commissioners has authorized speed not exceeding fifty
miles per hour for PASSENGER TRAINS only over following railway crossings at
grade: With C.N.R. at mileage 32.5, at mileage 74.16 and at mileage 1 1 1.7.
Permanent Slow Post mileage 38.    Trains on both tracks must not exceed
speed of forty-five miles per hour between this slow post and mileage 33.5.
Permanent Slow Post mileage 60.    Eastbound trains must not exceed speed
of forty miles per hour between this slow post and west switch at Gait.
Engines must not go beyond road crossing on McCarthy's mill siding, Streetsville.
Movements of cars or engines in Cooksville Brick Plant mileage 1 6.02 are
restricted to the switching lead.    Cars are not to be left foul of No. 2 siding used
by Brick Company's engine in movement to and from their shop.
Trains between Obico and Tecumseh St., and between Tecumseh St. and
Toronto will be governed by Toronto Terminals time table pages 14, 1 5 and 20.
Operator Quebec St. will register first class trains and operator Guelph Jet.
will register eastbound first class trains and Train No. 19 except when green signals
are displayed by any section thereof, in which case conductor of each section must
register.
Eastbound trains may leave Adelaide St., London, and westbound trains may
leave Obico without terminal clearance.
Nos. 681 and 682 will register at Zorra.
Woodstock yard limits extend from a point 1000 feet east of the east switch
at Coakley to a point 1000 feet west of the west switch at Jellicoe.
Gait Sub-Division Westbound passenger trains unless otherwise directed will
take passing track at crossover east of Woodstock station when meeting at that point.
No. 37 and No. 38 will stop at flag stops for revenue passengers only.
§No. 37 will stop at Innerkip to detrain passengers from Toronto and beyond
and pick up passengers for Windsor and beyond.
§No. 38 will stop at Innerkip to detrain passengers from Windsor and beyond
and pick up passengers for Toronto and beyond.
§No. 37, No. 20 and No. 38 will stop at Guelph Jet. daily except Sunday,
and will stop on flag on Sundays.
§No. 20 will stop on flag at Ayr for passengers for Toronto and points west of
Guelph.
§No. 22 will stop at Ayr,  Milton and Streetsville on Sundays to entrain
passengers and will stop at Streetsville on Sundays to detrain passengers from
London and west.
§No. 21  will stop at Streetsville, Guelph Jet. and Ayr daily except Sunday
and will stop on flag Sundays at Streetsville, Guelph Jet. and Ayr.
Exception to special  instruction  "S"  freight  and   mixed trains may run
between Ayr and West Toronto for inspection but if stopped for any other purpose between points mentioned standing inspection must be made.
To comply with Rule 99, between Islington and Puslinch, flagmen must go
out 15 telegraph poles instead of 10 to equal 500 yards; 35  telegraph  poles
instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards and 51 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal
1 800 yards, and between Puslinch and Killean, flagmen must go out 1 1 telegraph
poles instead of 10 to equal 500 yards; 27 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal
1200 yards, and 40 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal  1800 yards, and
between Killean and London, flagmen must go out 13 telegraph poles instead of
10 to equal 500 yards;  30 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards,
and 45 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1 800 yards.
Maintenance of Way employees will provide manual flagging protection as
per Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions.
WESTBOUND TRAINS-
-INFERIOR DIRECTION
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THIRD
cuss
SECOND CLASS
FIRST CLASS
681
SL Marys
Mixed
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
915
Interstate
Freight
/ Daily
901
Interstate
Freight
Z Daily
903
Interstate
Freight
I Daily
635
The
Michigan
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sat.
19
The
Canadian
Psgr.
/ Daily
707
Owen Sound
Psgr.
1 Daily
ex. Sun.
37
The
Royal York
Psgr.
/ Daily
629
London
Psgr.
Z Daily
ex. Sat., Sun.
631
London
Psgr.
ZSat.
only
21
Chicago
Psgr.
1 Dally
705
Owen Sound
Psgr.
1 Dally
ex. Sun.
STATIONS
P.M.
11.45
A.M.
s 12.06
f 12.12
P.M.
10.00
s  10.18
10.23
P.M.
6.00
s   6.18
s   6.24
P.M.
5.35
s   5.53
.5 58
P.M.
2.30
s    2.42
2.47
P.M.
12.30
s  12.42
12.47
A.M.
8.00
s    8.20
8.27
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10.43
9.28
3.48
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s   6.38
6.43
f    8.23
8.29
17.3
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10.55
9.40
4.00
f 12.32
10.38
6.13
3.02
1.02
§    8.47
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A.M.
11.05
11.13
11.19
9.50
9.58
10.04
4.10
4. 18
4.24
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f 12.47
12.53
10.45
10.49
10.55
6.20
s    6.26
6.32
3.09
3.13
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11.55
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12.05
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10.30
10.40
10.50
4.50
5.02
5.12
s    1.10
f  1.20
1.29
11.00
11.07
11.14
§    6.43
6.50
6.57
s   3.25
3.32
3.39
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1.32
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9.44
39.2
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12.22
12.35
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10.57
1 1.28
11.40
1 1.47
5.20
5.30
5.35
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7.16
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1.53
1.55
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s    9.55
10.05
10.09
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57.2
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67.6
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4.9
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1.12
1.20
1.30
1.35
11.58
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12.04
12.09
12.16
12.20
12.22
5.52
5.57
6.01
6.10
6.15
6.28
f   2.21
2.27
f    2.32
2.40
s    2.45
2.52
11.43
11.47
11.50
11.55
s  11.59
A.M.
12.01
f    7.33
7.38
§ 7.41
7.50
s    7.57
7.59
4.07
4.11
4.14
4.20
s    4.23
4.24
2.07
2.11
2.14
2.20
s    2.23
2.24
f  10.26
10.32
f 10.37
10.45
s  10.53
10.55
74.3
78.5
81.6
87.0
87.8
88.3
DN
T
T
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D N
Z    DRUMBO	
BLANDFORD	
Z    INNERKIP	
A.M.
11.02
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Z    WOODSTOCK	
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0.5
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11.25
1.55
2.05
2.10
2.16
12.40
12.50
1.00
1.15
6.50
6.58
7.03
7.20
3.02
f   3.10
3.15
3.20
12.08
12.13
12.16
12.20
8.12
8.20
8.25
8.30
4.30
4.35
4.38
4.42
2.30
2.35
2.38
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3.6
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35S
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2.25
1.25
7.35
3.25
12.25
8.35
4.46
2.46
11.30
113.1
113.6
114.6
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D N
Z   QUEBEC ST	
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ft-^fAnFLAIDE ST
.KCW
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.    "
3.30
A.M.
12.30
A.M.
8.40
P.M.
4.50
P.M.
2.50
P.M.
11.35
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=oS{london	
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a Dally
ex. Sun.
681
a Dally
915
a Daily
901
a Daily
903
aDaily
ex. Sun.
635
a Dally
19
aDaily
ex. Sun.
707
a Dally
37
a Dally
ex. Sat., Sun.
629
a Sat.
only
631
a Dally
21
a Daily
ex. Sun.
705
*No passing trade
Toronto—London             \Lv. West Toronto      1.00 a.m.
mdse.    No. 71                  /Ar. London              10.00 a.m.
Toronto—St. Thomas       \ Lv. West Toronto    10.35 p.m.
mdse.    No. 73                  /Ar. St. Thomas         5.30 a.m.
 TIME TABLE No
. 106
.   APRIL 27th, 1947
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EASTBOUND TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
LONDON TERMINALS
Yard limits London Terminals extend from yard limit board, mileage 1 1 1.32, Gait Subdivision to yard limit board,
mileage 1.23 Windsor Subdivision.
Movements not authorized by time-table or train order may be made in the direction of the current of traffic on double
track between Adelaide St. and St. George St. All trains must proceed under full control between these points and be prepared
to stop if track occupied.
Trains must not exceed speed of fifteen miles per hour passing Quebec St. and between Adelaide St. and St. George St.
and ten miles per hour over St. George St.
Movements over Richmond St. into Hyman's Tannery must be protected by flagman.
Yard crews switching in Wilson's  Coal and  Western  Wire and   Nail   Co. siding must always eave switch open while
Two and between Two and Three on west end and between Two
must use extreme care to see that cars when placed are into clear.
Dcomotive bells within the limits of the City of London between
Street, Windsor Subdivision for the purpose of signalling in
;ed except when necessary to prevent accident and except that
ing crossing.
No. 902 due to arrive Quebec St. 3.10 a.m. daily.
No. 906   "                                     6.30 a.m. daily.
No. 904   "     «     «     «     «          1 .05 p.m. daily.
No.    74  «     *     *     '     «       10.40 p.m. daily.
FIRST CLASS
SECOND CLASS
FOURTH CLASS
20
The
Canadian
Psgr.
a Daily
630
London
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sun.
706
Owen
Sound
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sun.
38
The
Royal York
Psgr.
a Daily
708
Owen
Sound
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sun.
632
London
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sun.
22
Overseas
Psgr.
a Dally
74
Freight
a Daily
78
Freight
a Daily
902
Interstate
Freight
a Daily
906
Interstate
Freight
a Daily
904
Interstate
Freight   I
a Daily
70
Freight
a Daily
72
Freight
a Daily
682
SL Marys
Mixed
a Daily
ex. Sun.
76
Freight
a Daily
82
Freight
a Dally
STATIONS
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A.M.
8.30
s 8.12
8.04
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9.30
s 9.17
9. 12
A.M.
11.45
si 1.30
si 1.21
P.M.
2.55
s    2.40
2.32
P.M.
9.15
s 9.00
8.51
P.M.
9.40
s 9.22
s 9. 10
P.M.
10.10
s 9.52
9.42
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
A.M.
OBICO XZY
JcL Toronto Terminals S.D.
+SUMMERVILLE	
8.03
9.11
11.20
2.31
8.50
9.09
9.41
5.35
7.20
7.35
12.50
5.40
11.15
4.55
11.50
3.20
1.7
+ DIXIE	
COOKSVILLE	
.ZX
CV
EB7
WB4
7.58
9.05
811.13
2.25
8.42
s 9.01
9.36
5.20
7.05
7.20
12.43
5.33
11.07
4.45
11.35
3.05
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JcL Orangeville S.D.
X
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8.56
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11.03
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f 7.48
2.16
8.32
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§ 9.26
5.08
6.50
7.05
12.30
5.22
10.56
4.30
11.20
2.50
•HORNBY	
4.5
MILTON	
• CHRISTIE	
•CAMPBELLVILLE	
.X
ZX
.X
Ml
EB7
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7.38
s 7.31
7.25
8.49
8.45
8.41
2.09
s    2.04
1.58
f 8.44
s 8.37
8.31
f 8.27
9. 19
§ 9.14
9.08
4.54
4.48
4.40
6.34
6.27
6.20
6.50
6.40
6.33
12. 15
12.01
P.M.
11.50
5.12
5.05
4.58
10.47
10.40
10.33
4.15
4.05
3.55
11.01
10.50
10.40
2.35
2.20
2.10
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61
64
§ 7.19
7.11
7.03
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8.28
8.21
§    1.53
1.46
1.39
8.25
s 8. 10
f 8.00
f 7.50
s 9.03
8.53
8.45
4.30
4.00
3.45
6.10
5.53
5.38
6.25
6.10
5.57
11.40
11.10
10.55
4.50
4.40
4.30
10.25
10.00
9.44
3.45
3.32
3.00
10.20
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9.45
2.00
1.20
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PUSLINCH	
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Account narrow track centres between Tracks One and
and Three on east end Quebec Street Yard, train and enginemen
The sounding of locomotive whistles and the ringing of 1
mileage  1 1 1.39 Gait Subdivision and mileage O.I  Richmond
making up trains or approaching highway crossings are prohibi
the bell shall always be rung for seventy-five feet before reach
No. 901 due to leave Quebec St. 2.00 a.m. daily.
No. 915  "     "     "      "     "■ ■     3.00 a.m. daily.
No. 903   «.«««■«        8.50 p.m. daily.
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3.1
ORR'S  LAKE
\rw
G
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63
65
65
66
s 6.56
6.48
6.46
§ 6.39
s 8.15
8.07
8.04
8.00
s 1.32
1.19
1.16
s    1.10
s 7-40
s 7.25
7. 16
f 7.10
s 7.04
s 8.35
8.21
8. 18
§ 8.13
3.30
3.15
3.10
3.00
5.28
5.10
5.05
4.56
5.48
5.38
5.33
5.20
10.40
10.25
10.09
9.52
6294. IO
3.35
3.26
3.22
3.14
9.15
8.55
8.47
8.35
2.50
2.35
2.30
2.20
9.30
9.00
8.55
8.40
12.22
12.05
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11.59
1911.47
90! | 1.15
2.4
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4.9
AYR Z'
;iv
AY
DRUMBO	
BLANDFORD   	
D
67
63
64
64
41
6.31
6.26
6.22
6.15
6.07
7.53
7.49
7.46
7.40
7.36
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12.56
12.46
12.38
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s 6.56
6.50
6.39
6.28
8.05
8.00
7.50
7.40
2.45
2.27
1.50
1.35
4.44
4.36
4.17
5.08
5.00
4.44
4.40
9.42
9.35
9.20
9.10
3.03
2.56
2.42
2.24
8.20
8.15
7.40
7. 10
2.07
1.45
1.30
1. 10
P.M.
8.20
8.00
7.25
7.10
11.00
10.50
10.35
9.45
3.1
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5.4
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WOODSTOCK Z
Jet. St. Thomas S.D.
0.5
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5.25
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ZORRA	
CD
RS
71
65
65
63
6.00
5.53
5.49
5.44
7.30
7.25
7.22
7.18
12.31
f 12.25
12.20
12.15
s 6.19
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6.05
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7.34
7.28
7.24
7.20
1.22
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12.50
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1
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4.25
4.15
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3.55
9.00
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2.05
1.56
1.50
1.40
1.30
6.55
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12.40
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5.10
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6.25
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6.1
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P.M.
2
1
1
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3.6
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4.5
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cw
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5.40
7.14
12.10
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7.15
12.30
3.40
6.00
12.15
6.00
8.40
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A.M.
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5.35
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12.05
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5.50
P.M.
7.10
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{Daily
20
Z Daily
ex. Sun
630
/Dally
ex. Sun.
706
1 Daily
38
{Dally
ex. Sun.
708
/ Dally
ex. Sun
632
/ Dally
22
/Daily
74
/Dally
78
/Dally
902
/ Daily
906
I Dally
904
/Dally
70
/ Dally
72
/ Daily
ex. Sun
682
/Dally
76
/Daily
82
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SECOND CLASS
903
Interstate
Freight
P.M.
9.00
9.15
9.20
9.27
9.35
9.50
10.10
10.20
10.35
10.45
11.00
11.07
11.12
11.35
11.40
915
Interstate
Freight
A.M.
3.10
3.25
3.32
3.40
3.50
4. 10
4.53
5.10
5.30
5.45
5.55
I 1.50
A.M.
12.26
12.45
12.55
1.20
1.33
1.41
2.00
2.15
A.M.
6.03
6.08
6.30
6.35
90 „
Interstate!
Freight
A.M.
2.10
2.25
2.45
3.00
|3.I0
3.16
3.26
3.32
3.42
3.50
4.30
6.44
6.54
7.02
7.09
7.18
7.25
7.35
7.50
8.10
4.52
5.15
5.50
6.00
6.10
6.25
6.34
6.41
6.53
a Daily
903
A.M.
a Daily
915
7.01
7.09
7.21
7.35
A.M.
a Dally
901 |
37
The
Royal York
Psgr.
I Daily
P.M.
8.50
8.56
8.59
9.03
9.08
9.12
21
Chicago
Psgr.
I Daily
9.19
9.23
9.29
9.33
f 9.41
9.47
9.50
9.55
ilO.OO
10.08
10.14
10.19
10.24
10.31
10.35
fl0.39j
10.47
10.54
A.M.
I 1.50
11.55
11.58
P.M.
12.02
12.07
12. I I
635
The
Michigan
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
19
The
Canadian
Psgr.
/Daily
12.17
12.21
12.27
12.31
f!2.37
12.42
12.45
2.49
s!2.53
12.59
1.05
I.10
1.16
1.22
A.M.
3.45
3.53
3.57
f 4.01
f 4.06
4.10
4.17
4.22
4.30
4.37
f 4.45
f4.52
4.56
5.02
s 5.07
5.25
A.M.
12.35
12.40
12.43
12.47
12.52
12.56
1.03
1.07
1.14
1.18
1.25
.0
3.9
6.9
10.5
15.1
19.1
10.57
11.05
11.15
11.25
P.M.
a Daily
37
1.26
1.30
1.36
1.43
1.55
2.05
2.15
P.M.
a Dally
21
5.33
5.39
f 5.44
s 5.50
5.58
f 6.03
f 6.10
6.17
is 6.25
.28
6.35
6.50
7.00
1.30
1.33
1.38
s 1.42
1.48
1.54
1.59
2.03
2.09
2.13
2.17
2.23
2.30
25.7
30.2
37.3
41.9
49.3
54.7
58.1
63.2
64.2
65.2
70.9
76.0
79.9
85.9
D N]
T
T
D N
T
WINDSOR
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
D N
2.34
a Dally
ex. Sun.
635
a 2.40
2.50
3.00
A.M.
a Dally
I
90.1
94.2
101.0
108.1
.2
109.8
11.2
D
D
T
D Nl
D N
..o
Z.<2
2
o
co
113
2.
...LONDON ZK
3.9
..HYDE PARK
3/0
 LOBO....
3.6
...KOMOKA..
4.6
...CARADOC ZW
4.0
..LONG WOOD
-6.6-
 APPIN.. Z
4.5
 GLENCOE.
7.1
....NEWBURY
4.6
...BOTHWELL ZW
7.4
..THAMESV1LLE
-5.4
.KENT BRIDGE
3.4
....ARKWOOD...
5.1
. ...EASTEND...
1.0
 CHATHAM W
-1.0
WYC
D 0
C A
C N
WH
V 8
III.5
114.2
ally I
9   I
D N
Z.
HI
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z...°*
...WESTEND.
5.7
...RINGOLD..
5.1
...JEANETTE
3.9
...TILBURY PW
6.0
.HAYCROFT Z
-4.2-
....Z
..ST. JOACHIM	
4.1
BELLE RIVER ZW
...ELMSTEAD	
7.1
WALKERVILLE JCT...ZI
0.1
 P.M.R. JCT	
1.6
LAKESHORE TOWER
1.4
WINDSOR YARD..KCW
1.7
.WINDSOR (M.C.R.) .
2.7
.DETROIT (M.C.R.).
H A
R U
H Y
R
C Kl
S J
WAl
• No passing track.
D   l|
F
EASTBOUND TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
20
The
Canadian
Psgr.
aDaily
A.M.
5.20
5.15
5.12
5.08
5.04
5.00
38
The
Royal
York
Psgr.
a Daily
4.53
4.48
4.41
4.37
4.30
4.25
4.22
4.17
Is 4.13
4.05
3.59
3.54
3.50
3.44
A.M.
I 1.50
11.44
11.39
f11.33
f 11.26
11.20
11.12
f 11.07
10.59
10.54
sl0.45
10.38
10.35
10.30
10.26
3.40
3.36
3.29
3.22
3.19
3.15
Is 3.05
2.55
A.M.
/ Dally
20
10.16
10.10
10.05
slO 00
9.52
22
Overseas
Psgr.
a Dally
P.M.
7.00
6.54
6.51
6.47
6.42
6.39
6.33
6.29
6.22
6.17
6. 10
6.03
6.00
5.55
s 5.50
SECOND CLASS
906
Interstate
Freight
904
Interstate
A.M.
6.20
6.10
6.03
5.55
5.46
5.40
5.30
5.10
[20 4.4
|6354.22!
3.50
3.25
9.48
f 9.43
9.35
9.28
9.20
9.10
9.00
A.M.
5.40
5.35
5.30
s 5.20
5.10
5.06
f 5.02
4.55
4.48
4.40
4.25
4.15
P.M.
/ Dally
38
/Dally
22
3.15
3.07
2.50
2.19
2.10
1.54
1.34
1.28
1.20
P.M.
12.50
12.40
12.35
12.30
12.22
12. I I
—P.M.—
11.50
11.44
11.35
11.29
11.20
11.13
11.09
11.00
10.54
1.13
1.05
12.55
12.45
A.M.
10.45
10.38
10.31
10.26
10.18
74
Freight
P.M.
10.30
10.20
10.14
10.06
9.58
9.50
9.40
9.23
8.50
8.40
8.28
8.19
8.12
8.00
7.38
10.13
10.08
9.58
9.48
A.M.
I Daily
906
7.29
7.20
7.11
7.05
6.55
902
Inters tat
Freight
A.M.
3.00
2.50
2.45
2.39
2.32
2.27
2.17
2.10
2.00
1.50
1.25
1.05
1.00
12.50
12.43
FOURTH CLASS
70
Freight
A.M.
11.25]
11.15
11.05
10.55
10.45
10.35
10.20
10.10
9.55
9.45
9.30
6.48
6.40
6.28
6.15
P.M.
/ Dally
904
/ Daily
74
12.34
12.26
12.19
12.13
12.05
-A.M.
11.59
11.53
11.43
11.33
P.M.
/ Dally
902
9.20
9.10
9.00
8.52
72
Freight
P.M.
3.50
3.40
3.30
3.20
3.10
3.00
2.45
2.30
2.10
1.55
1.35
8.43
8.35
8.26
8.20|
8.051
7.55
|90|7.35
'9157.00
6.50
6.35
/Daily
70
1.20
1.05
12.49
12.30
76
Freight
A.M.
4.10 |
3.53 I
3.32
3.20
3.10
2 52
2.42
2.36
2.25
2. 15II
1.55
12.10
12.01
P.M.
11.50
11.40
11.15
11.00
10.40
10.30
10.15
A.M.
/ Dally
72
1.45 |
1.33
v,   1.10
-12.05
12.0
-A.M.—
I 1.50
11.22
11.15
11.10
II.0
10.55.
10.39
10.15
10.05
P.M.
/ Daily
76
Trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour through City of Chatham; and over St. George St., London.
Switching movements over West St., also over Richmond SL, on City Industrial spur and Hadley's Siding, Chatham must be
protected by flagman.
Before making movements west out of Freight shed tracks over West St., Chatham, a member of train crew must start wig wag
operating as per instructions in control box.
Cars must not be left standing within 20 feet of Raleigh Street, Chatham and movements on side track over this Street must be
protected by flagman.
Yard limits Chatham extend from West switch West End to yard limit board 4200 feet east of east switch East End.
D-10 or heavier class engines must not use north or south sidings at Zakoor's plant.
Trains between Windsor Yard and Walkerville Jet. will be governed by Signal Indications only, as per Special Instructions, page 21.
Eastbound trains leaving Windsor Yard must obtain Terminal Clearance and will leave Walkerville Jet. without Terminal Clearance.
The sounding of locomotive whistle and ringing of locomotive bell approaching highway crossings within City of Chatham from mileage
63.71 to mileage 65.27 is prohibited except the ringing of locomotive bell when engine is within 75 feet of reaching such crossing, and
except when it is necessary to sound locomotive whistle or ring the bell to prevent an accident. All locomotives will whistle and ring bell
for Merritt Ave., mileage 65.4 and all westbound locomotives will sound whistle and ring bell for Murray St., mileage 63.72.
Yard Limits London Terminals extend from Yard Limit board, mileage I I 1.32 Gait Subdivision to Yard Limit board, mileage
1.23 Windsor Subdivision.
Yard limits Windsor Yard extend to 25 feet east of Lake Shore Tower.      See page I I for special instructions London Terminals.
Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R. at mileage I 1.8—Interlocked Automatic; with M.C.R. at mileage 24.7—Interlocked
Automatic; with C.N.R. at mileage 31.9—Interlocked; with P.M.R. and Junction at mileage 63.7—Interlocked; with C.N.R. at mileage 65.1—Interlocked; at mileage 68.6—Interlocked Automatic; with P.M.R. and Junction at mileage 108.1—Interlocked; with
E.T.R. and Junction at mileage 109.9—Interlocked. Junction with double track mileage 0.14—Interlocked.
Board of Transport Commissioners has authorized speed not exceeding fifty miles per hour for PASS ENGERTRAINSO N L Y over following railway crossings at grade; With C.N.R. mileage 11.8, with M.C.R. mileage 24.7, with C.N.R at mileage 31.9 at mileage 68.6
and with P.M.R. at mileage 108.1.
Exception to special instruction "S" freight and mixed trains may run between East end and Quebec Street for inspection, but
if stopped for any other purpose between the points mentioned standing inspection must be made.
To comply with Rule 99, between London and Chatham, flagmen must go out 13 telegraph poles instead of IO to equal 500 yards;
30 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards; and 45 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1800 yards.
 Maintenance of Way employees will provide manual flagging protection as per Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions.
 TIME TABLE No. 106.   APRIL 27th, 1947
13
WESTBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
73
Freight
Daily
A.M.
3.10
3.35
3.55
4.20
4.35
4.50
5.05
5.30
A.M.
a Dally
73
SECOND CLASS
660
Mixed
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
A.M.
11.05
s  11.16
1.30
11
660
655
Mixed
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
A.M.
10.00
f 10.10
J 0.25
s I 1.45
— P.M.—
f 12.01
f 12.15
f 12.25
s  12.40
12.55
1.00
P.M.
a Dally
ex. Sun.
655
.0
4.2
8.9
14.1
18.8
21.8
24.8
32.0
33.6
D N
D N
ST. THOMAS
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
WOODSTOCK.ZKCW
4.2
BEACHVILLE
4.7
Z INGERSOLL...ZRW
JcL Port Burwell S.D.
5.2-
 PUTNAM	
4.7
. .HARRIETSVILLE. .
3.0
• GLADSTONE	
3.0
Z* BELMONT W
 7.2—.	
.WABASH TRANSFER.
1.6
. .ST. THOMAS . ...KCWl
• No passing track
S A
26
EASTBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR  DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
656
Mixed
a Daily
ex. Sun.
P.M.
4.50
f   4.35
s    4.20
f 3.45
f 3.30
f 3.15
s 3.05
2.40
2.30
P.M.
656
659
Mixed
a Daily
ex. Sun.
P.M.
5.35
5.24
5.10
659
78
Freight
A.M.
3.55
3.35
3.23
3.10
2.58
2.25
2.15
A.M.
/Daily
78
Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R. at mileage O. 77—Interlocked; at mileage 32.3—Interlocked; with M.C.R.
at mileage 33.5—Not Interlocked.
Trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour over Hunter St., Dundas St. and Drew St., Woodstock, and over
crossing Mileage 24. 7.
All eastbound trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour between distant and home signals, and all trains must
not exceed speed of ten miles per hour between limits of interlocking plant with C.N.R., mileage 32.3.
Switching movements over Thames St., Ingersoll, must be curtailed as much as possible, and running switches over this
crossing are prohibited. Between 8 OO p.m. and 8.00 a.m. daily, and between 8.00 a.m. and 8.00 p.m. on Sundays, trains
must stop and flag over this crossing.
Maintenance of Way employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Maintenance of Way Rules and
instructions.
WESTBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
681
Mixed
/ Dally
ex. Sun.
11.30
s 11.45
f 11.55
P.M.
f 12.01
s 12.10
f 12.20
f 12.35
12.45
P.M.
681
S
si
5  2.
.0
4.3
9.3
12.1
13.5
16.3
19.1
23.7
25.0
If
ST. MARYS
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
INGERSOLL   NORTH	
4.3
 ZORRA R
Jet. Gait S.D.
5.0
 EMBRO	
-2.8-
• BENNINGTON.
1.4
• McCONKEY...
2.8
 LAKESIDE...
2.8
• UNIONDALE...
4.6 	
• LIND
1.3
Z ST. MARYS KCW
• No passing track
B M
MR
EASTBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
682
Mixed
aDaily
ex. Sun.
5.05
s   4.50
f 4.30
f 4.27
s 4.19
f 4.06
f   3.54
3.50
P.M.
/ Dally
ex. Sun.
682
Railway crossing at grade with St. Marys Cement Co's. plant, St. Marys—Not Interlocked. Movements over this
crossing must be protected by flagman.
Passenger trains are restricted to a speed of thirty miles per hour on curves.
Movements over Thames St., Ingersoll North, must be protected by flagman and trains must not exceed a speed of four
miles per hour between Thames St. and Packing House.
Maintenance of Way employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Maintenance of Way Rules and
Instructions.
NORTHBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR  DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
659
Mixed
P.M.
2.45
s 2.55
f 3.05
s 3.15
f   3.25
s   3.41
3.45
4.05
4.10
f   4.20
s   4.35
f   4.50
5.05
P.M.
659
33.4
31.3
28.5
25.6
21.9
18.0
15.4
0.2
15.2
12.3
7.7
4.5
.0
„ s
I!
II
PORT BURWELL
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
 PORT BURWELL..ZKW
2.1
 VIENNA	
2.8
• KINGLAKE	
2.9
 STRAFFORDVILLE	
3.7
 EDEN	
3.9
• ...LOOP LINE TRANSFER
2.6
Z*.TILLSONBURG WYE....
Z*.
0.2
TILLSONBURG.WZY
0.2
..TILLSONBURG TOWER..Z
2.9
 OSTRANDER	
4.6
 MOUNT ELGIN	
3.2
 SALFORD	
4.5
Z INGERSOLL RW
• No passing track.
B W
BG
N G
I G
«l
SOUTHBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
660
Mixed
P.M.
1.50
s 1.43
f 1.34
s 1.25
f 1.13
12.55
12.50
12.30
s 12.25
f 12.16
s  12.03
P.M.
f 11.55
11.40
A.M.
/ Dally
ex. Sun.
660
Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R. at mileage 15.2—Interlocked; at mileage 17.7—Interlocked Automatic,
passenger trains must not exceed speed of thirty miles per hour and freight trains twenty miles per hour over this crossing. All
trains must not exceed speed of fifteen miles per hour passing through interlocking plant mileage 15.2.
Permanent Slow Post 2210 feet south of mileage 23 affecting southbound trains. Passenger trains must not exceed
speed of twenty miles per hour and freight trains fifteen miles per hour between this slow post and south end of bridge at
mileage 24.0.
M-4 engines must not exceed speed of twenty miles per hour over bridge, mileage 7.17. Doubleheaded must not exceed
speed of ten miles per hour and singleheaded must not exceed speed of fifteen miles per hour over bridge mileage 16.3.
D-l O class engines either with 5000 or 7800 gallon tenders, also D-9 class engines with 5000 gallon tenders must not
exceed ten miles per hour over bridge mileage 16.3.
N2 and PI class engines must not exceed speed of twelve'miles per hour over bridges Mileages 7.17 ana 10.8.
Trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour over Bridge St., mileage 33.2.
Southbound passenger extras must not exceed speed of thirty-five miles per hour over crossing mileage 32.7.
D-l 0 or heavier engines must not exceed speed of six miles per hour around the wye at Tiilsonburg, and the transfer at
Tillsonburg can only be used by M-4 or smaller class engines, up to north switch of transfer. Track north of transfer up to M.C.R.
station cannot be used by engines heavier than D-IO class.
Maintenance of Way employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Maintenance of Way Rules and
instructions.
 14
TIME TABLE No.
106-
APRIL 27th,
1947
WESTBOUND TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
S         go
s     15
if
KM
103.8   D N
107  1    D N
TORONTO TERMINALS
SUBDIVISION
FIRST CLASS
	
635
The
Michigan
Psgr.
/Daily
ex. Sat.
27
Soo
Psgr.
/ Dally
3
The
Dominion
Psgr.
/ Daily
773
Camp
Borden
Psgr.
/ Sun. on y
19
The
Canadian
Psgr.
/ Daily
619
Toronto
Psgr.
/Sun. only
35
Toronto
Psgr.
/ Dally
ex. Sun.
P.M.
s    7.10
s    7.20
707
OwenSd.
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
37
The
Royal York
Psgr.
/ Dally
771
Bala
Psgr.
1 Fri. only
703
Steamship
Psgr.
1   Tue.,
Sat. only
629
1   London
Psgr.
1 Daily
ex/Sat., Sun
631
London
Psgr.
1 Sat.
only
25
Sudbury
Psgr.
/Daily
ex. Sunday
601
Toronto
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
23
Toronto
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
A.M.
s    7.10
s    7.20
21
Chicago
Psgr.
/ Daily
705
Owen Sd.
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
33
Toronto
Psgr.
/ Dally
STATIONS
P.M.
8   7.35
s   7.45
A.M.
8   9.00
s   9.07
A.M.
s    6.35
6.45
A.M.
s    6.25.
s    6.3
DOUBLE TRACK
Toronto          Governed
AUTOMATIC BLOCK              Terminals         by Signal
Railway           Indication
Jet Oshawa S.D.
 LEASIDE	
3.3
 + DON
• XR
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
1      P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
A.M
A.M.
2.0
11.45
11.25
16.55
16.35
10.00
7.55
P.M.
7.30
P.M.
6.60
5.35
5.15
2.35
2.30
12.30
9.30
9.15
A.M.
7.30
A.M.
6.55
8.00
7.45
6.45
A.M.
1
!
0   D N
1	
3       ..
 Toronto :.:...
I.I
...BATHURSTST
:yk
0.2
...TECUMSEH ST	
s 11.52
A.M.
s 12.06
12.09
f 12.12
12.13
A.M.
s  11.33
11.43
s  11.03
11.13
s 10.43
10.50
s  10.08
s  10.18
10.2
10.23
10.24
P.M.
s   6.08
s   6.18
6.21
8   6.24
6.25
P.M.
a Daily
ex. Sun.
707
8    5.43
8   5.53
5.56
5.58
5.59
P.M.
s    5.22
5.33
s    2.42
2.47
f    2.37
s    2.42
2.45
2.47
2.48
P.M.
a Daily
ex. Sat., Sun.
629
f  12.37
s  12.42
12.45
12.47
12.48
P.M.
s   9.37
9.43
s    8.08
s    8.20
8.23
8.27
8.28
A.M.
a Daily
21
s    7.53
s    8.03
8.06
s    8.10
8.1
A.M.
2.3 N
.4.5   D N
6.4 ...   .
8 7    D
9.6...   .
" """To
 PARKDALE	
2.2
..WEST  TORONTO XI
JcL MacTier S.D.
1.9
 LAMBTON	
2.3
 ISLINGTON	
0.9
 OBICO
<cw
...X
...X
XY
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
A.M.
JcL Gait S.D.
aDaily
ex. Sun.
635
aDaHy
27
aDaily
3
a Sun. on y
773
aDaily
19
a Sun. only
619
a Dally
ex. Sun.
35     1
1
a Dally
37
a Fri. only
771
a Tue.,
Sat. only
703
a Sat.
only
631
!
aDaily
ex. Sun.
25
a Daily
ex. Sun.
601
a Daily
ex. Sun.
23
a Dally
ex. Sun.
705
a Dally
33
Miles
Toronto
• No passing track.
WESTBOUND TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
r
i
P
TORONTO TERMINALS
SUBDIVISION
1   "a
1   °
2
EASTBOUND TRAINS—SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
STATIONS
NO REGULAR SERVICE
.0
2.3
5.9
DN
DN
i FASinr                    yn
DO
NO REGULAR SERVICE
If"
2.3
 NORTH   TORONTO
s
a 1
3.6
WFST    TORftMTn
IfP.UJ
JU
Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R. at mileage 5.27— Interlocked; with C.N.R. and with MacTier S.D. and junction with MacTier S.D. at mileage 5.9—Interlocked.
«^»**=—,                                               Passenger trains are restricted to a speed of fifty miles per hour on curves.
WESTBOUND TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
E
£
lT
II:
i-i- j
TORONTO TERMINALS
SUBDIVISION
1
EASTBOUND TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
STATIONS
NO REGULAR SERVICE
.a
2 6
DN
E
. obic
0 Z
A
NO REGULAR SERVICE
2.6
RAMP
MO
|       |
Il                                                                                                                                   Junction with C.N.R. at Canpa—Interlocked.   With Gait S.D. at Obico—Automatic Signals.
 TIME TABLE No. 106.   APRIL 27th,  1947
15
TORONTO TERMINALS
SUBDIVISION
1
s
EASTBOUND TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
STATIONS
28
Soo
Psgr.
a Dally
4
The
Dominion
Psgr.
a Daily
20
The
Canadian
Psgr.
a Daily
620
Havelock
Psgr.
aSun. only
36
Montreal
Psgr.
a Dally
ex. Sun.
630
London
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sun.
704
Steamship
Psgr.
a Mon.,
Thurs. only
706
Owen Sound
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sun.
38
The
Royal York
Psgr.
a Daily
26
Sudbury
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sun.
604
Peterboro
Psgr.
a Sat.
only
602
Peterboro
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sat., Sun.
P.M.    "
s    5.57
s    5.45
708
Owen Sound
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sun.
772
Bala
Psgr.
a Sun.
only
632
London
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sun.
22
Overseas
Psgr.
a Daily
34
Ottawa
Psgr.
a Daily
24
Ottawa
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sat.
"5 "5 5 f                       JcL Oshawa S.D.
!§,=                    LEASIDE                                XR
DO
D N
A.M.
s   9.18
s   9.07
A.M.
8   9.44
s   9.36
P.M.
s  12.42
s  12.35
P.M.
s  11.02
P.M.
s  11.17
11.07
P.M.
s  11.37
11.27
I55!
SSI
3.3
 •DON	
10.52
Hi
>
,                    2.0
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
 Y6r6nt6 yk
i.i
 BATHURST ST....	
UN
6.40
7.00
8.30
9.00
A.M.
9.36
A.M.
9.30
11.30
11.45
2.55
3.20
12.30
P.M.
5.40
P.M.
9. 15 '
9.30
9.40
10.45
10.10
11.00
P.M.
11.20
P.M.
0.2
...TECUMSEH ST	
s
1- ,
UJ
_l
ca
=3
O
a
o
3
ca
o
<
£
1
<
f                      L6
....PARKDALE	
FA
J U
s    6.30
6.20
s    6.50
6.40
s    8.20
s    8.12
8.07
8.04
8.03
A.M.
f   9.22
s    9.17
9.14
9.12
9.11
A.M.
s  11.20
11.11
s  11.37
s  11.30
11.25
s  11.21
II .20
A.M.
s    2.47
s    2.40
2.35
2.32
2.31
P.M.
s    3.10
3.00
s    9.07
s    9.00
8.55
8.51
8.50
P.M.
s    9.20   s    9.30
s  10.00
s    9.52
9.45
9.42
9.41
P.M.
2.2
....WEST TORONTO XKCW
JcL MacTier S.D.
1.9
 LAMBTON X
2.3
 ISLINGTON X
0.9
.  OBICO XY
9.10
s    9.22
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
9.13
s    9.10
9.09
P.M.
NS
*■                    JcLGaltS.D.
• No passing track.
/ Dally
28
/Daily
4
/ Dally
20
/ Sun. only
620
/Dally
ex. Sun.
36
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
630
1 Mon.,
Thurs. only
704
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
706
/ Daily
38
/ Dally
ex. Sun.
26
/Sat.
only
604
1 Daily
ex. Sat., Sun.
602
1 Dally
ex. Sun.
708
1 Sun.
only
772
1 Daily
ex. Sun.
632
/ Daily
22
/ Daily
34
/ Daily
ex. Sat.
24
Railway crossing at grade with  C.N.R. on   Industrial  tracks,  Front St.—Not   Interlocked;    on Queen's  Wharf—
Interlocked: at Tecumseh Street—Interlocked: at West Toronto and Junction with MacTier S.D.—Interlocked.
Railway crossing at grade with Toronto Transportation Commission at Front Street and Spadina Ave. with King Street
Freight Shed Spur—Interlocked.
Trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour over Summerhill Ave., just east of North Toronto yard, and over
lane on Abattoir lead track between Ryding Ave. and St. Clair Ave.    Four miles per hour when turning equipment on loop at
John St. roundhouse.  Three miles per hour on Canada Malting Co.'s Sidings.   Twenty  miles  per hour over Diamond West
Toronto.
Trains must not exceed speed twenty-five miles per hour on curve mileage 4.7 and fifty miles per hour on all other
curves between Islington and Tecumseh Street.
Passenger trains are restricted to a speed of fifty-five miles per hour on curves between Leaside and Don.
All movements over the following Crossings must be protected by a flagman:
C.N.R. switching leads Hanna and Liberty Streets and Jefferson and Liberty Streets, Parkdale.
SL Clair Ave. Stockyard lead.
All public street crossings on Harbour Commission Tracks and all public street crossings on low level tracks between
Don Station and Church St.
Royce Ave. into Dominion Radiator and Dodge Motors.    Bloor St. mileage 8.9, except on main track.
The Toronto Terminals Railway Company's tracks extend from a point Just west of Tecumseh St. to a point just west
of the Don—See page 20 for special instructions governing the movement of trains in this territory.
All tracks within Toronto Terminals from yard limit board located at Mileage 102.3 Oshawa S.D. to yard limit board
1300 feet west of the west wye switch Obico, except the territory operated by the Toronto Terminals Railway Company between
Don and Tecumseh Street, will be considered within yard limits, Rule 93 applying accordingly.    Movements not arranged by
timetable or train order may be made in the direction of current of traffic between Obico and Tecumseh Street if fixed signals
indicate the line is clear, and such movements may be made between these points on the time of superior trains in the same direction provided they are kept sufficiently clear of first class trains to avoid delay.   Trains or yard engines must be positive, before
taking the crossover switch at any point to use opposite track in the direction of current of traffic, that such track has not been
singled.   Trains or yard engines coming on to the Toronto Terminals Subdivision at Obico must not foul the main track until
they have ascertained the movement of first class trains and advice received from train supervisor that train can be received
at West Toronto yard.    During foggy weather and during snow storms extra precautions must be taken.
The sounding of locomotive whistles within Toronto   City Limits for the purpose of signalling, in making up trains, or
approaching highway crossings, is prohibited except when necessary to prevent accident.
Operator Leaside will register all eastbound trains.    He will also register all westbound trains except when green signals
displayed by any section thereof, in  which case conductor of each section must register.
Eastbound trains from Canpa may leave Obico without terminal clearance.
Operator West Toronto will register Gait S.D. first-class trains.
ondon Division train dispatchers will issue train orders between West Toronto and Obico.
The crossover track from C.P.R. old westbound main track to Canadian National Railway Cherry St. Yard Lead, just
South of Eastern Avenue is to enable Canadian Pacific Railway engines and cars to enter Canadian National Railway Cherry
St. Yard for interchange purposes and movements to and from Axlers Siding.   Before using these tracks, the semaphore signal,
which is located on west side of Canadian National Railway Cherry SL Lead about 400 feet south of Queen Street must be set
to protect intending Canadian Pacific Railway movement.   Operating lever for this signal is located on east side of Canadian
National Railway Cherry St. Lead,   200 feet north of Eastern Avenue;   in addition, manual protection must be afforded to
protect against possible Canadian National Railway yard engine movements in Cherry Street Canadian National Railway yards.
Trains from King St. shed will be governed by a two arm home signal on right hand side of track 200 feet east of
diamond on C.N.R. work track; the upper arm governs movements to Parkdale on westbound main track, the lower arm governs
to any available route at slow speed prepared to stop.
Staff System Absolute between Tecumseh Street Tower and Front Street Tower on King Street Lead.
Towermen at Tecumseh St. must be notified of destination of all trains] from Parkdale or King St. except eastbound
passenger trains, before any trains can enter the limits of this interlocker.
To comply with Rule 99 between Leaside and Don, Tecumseh St. and West Toronto, Leaside and West Toronto via
North Toronto, flagmen must go out 12 telegraph poles instead of 1 0 to equal 500 yards, 28 telegraph poles instead of 24
to equal 1200 yards, 41 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1800 yards.    Between West Toronto and Obico and between
Obico and Canpa flagmen must go out 15 telegraph poles instead of 10 to equal 500 yards, 35 telegraph poles instead of 24
to equal 1200 yards, 52 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1800 yards.
Maintenance of Way employees will provide manual flagging  protection  as  per  Maintenance of  Way   Rules and
Instructions.
No. 905.    Toronto Mdse. due to arrive Parkdale 5.30 a.m., King St. Shed 6.00 a.m., daily except Sun. and Mon.
No. 903.    Interstate Freight due to arrive West Toronto 2.00 p.m.;   leave 3.30 p.m. daily.
No. 9 15.    Interstate Freight due to arrive West Toronto 9.00 p.m.; leave 10.25 p.m. daily.
No. 955.   Sudbury Mdse. due to leave Parkdale 7.00 p.m. daily.
No. 959.    Western Lines Freight due to leave West Toronto 3.45 a.m. daily.
No. 953.   Western Lines Freight due to leave West Toronto 10. 15 a.m. daily.
No. 902.    Interstate Freight due to arrive West Toronto 7.45 a.m.; leave 9.30 a.m. daily.
 ___
No. 901.    Interstate Freight due to arrive West Toronto 7.45 p.m.; leave 9.10 p.m. daily.
No. 906.    Interstate Freight due to arrive West Toronto 1.00 p.m.; leave 2. 15 p.m. daily.
No. 910.    Montreal Merchandise due to leave Parkdale 5.55 p.m. daily except Saturday and Sunday.
No. 904.    Interstate Freight due to arrive West Toronto 5.50 p.m.; leave 7.05 p.m. daily.
No. 954.   Western Stock due to arrive West Toronto 5.30 p.m. daily.
No.   74.   Windsor Freight due to arrive West Toronto 5.50 a.m. daily.
No.   78.   St. Thomas Freight due to arrive West Toronto 7.30 a.m. daily.
 16
TIME
FABLE
Ho. 106.
APRIL 27th,  1947
WESTBOUND TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
E
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HAMILTON
SUBDIVISION
3
I
EASTBOUND TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
Trains must not exceed speed of forty miles per hour on curves between
Hamilton Jet. and Hamilton.
Junction with C.N.R. and with Goderich S.D. at Hamilton JcL—Interlocked
See page 20 Toronto Terminals Railway Special Instructions governing
movement of trains between Bathurst Street and Toronto.
C.N.R. rules and time table govern on joint tracks between Bathurst St. and
Hamilton Jet.
T.H. & B. rules and time table govern between Main St. and Kinnear Yard
and between Main St. and Aberdeen Yard.
Movements not authorized by timetable or train order may be made in the
direction of current of traffic between Hamilton Junction and Main Street if fixed
signals indicate the line is clear, and such movements may be made between these
points on the time of superior trains in the same direction provided they are kept
sufficiently clear of first class trains to avoid delay.   Westbound trains may leave
Hamilton Junction without obtaining terminal clearance.    Trains must not enter
double track at Main Street for movement to Hamilton Junction without obtaining    !
terminal clearance from the Operator at Hamilton or at Aberdeen.
The sounding of locomotive whistles in the City Limits] at Hamilton for the
purpose of signalling to make up trains, or approaching highway crossings, is pro-   |
hibited, except when necessary to prevent accident.
P-2 class engines must not exceed speed of five miles per hour between west
wye and Main St. when moving eastbound and must not exceed speed of six miles
per hour over Desjardines Canal bridge mileage 37.6 in either direction, and G-3,
G-4, H-l and P-l  class engines, also NYC, K and J class engines, single headed
only, must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour and L-1 class engines, single
headed only, six miles per hour over this bridge.
London Division train dispatchers will issue train orders between Hamilton
Jet. and Main SL
To comply with Rule 99, between Hamilton Jet. and Main St., flagmen must
go out 13 telegraph poles instead of 10 to equal 500 yards, 31 telegraph poles
instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards, and 47 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal
1800 yards.
FIRST CLASS
FIRST CUSS
763
Hamilton
Psgr.
/ Dally
821
The
Ontarlan
Psgr.
/Daily
640
Goderich
Psgr.
/ Dally
ex. Sun.
801
New
York
Psgr.
/Dally
761
Hamilton
Psgr.
/ Dally
ex. Sun.
741
Buffalo
Psgr.
/Daily
731
Hamilton
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
721
Buffalo
Psgr.
/Dally
712
New
!    York
Psgr.
a Daily
732
Toronto
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sun.
637
Goderich
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sun.
752
Buffalo
Psgr.
a Daily
722
Hamilton
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sun.
792
Buffalo
Psgr.
a Daily
832
Buffalo
Psgr.
a Daily
762
Toronto
Psgr.
a Daily
STATIONS
P.M.
10.10
10.13
P.M.
8.30
8.33
"So
P.M.
6.10
6.13
P.M.
4.15
4.18
P.M.
12.20
12.23
A.M.
9.30
9.33
A.M.
7.50
7.53
.0   1
I.I
Torontof.TORONTO YK
Terminals)                 I . I
Railway[ BATHURST ST.	
U N
A.M.
8.05
8.02
A.M.
9.05
9.02
fei-
OQ
A.M.
11.45
11.42
P.M.
3.10
3.07
P.M.
5.15
5.12
P.M.
8.35
8.32
P.M.
10. 15
10.12
1
z
ci
10.58
1
z
ci
9.21
P.M.
1
z
d
6.58
I
z
6
5.03
1
z
ci
1.08
I
z
ci
10.18
I
z
ci
8.38
37.3
D r>S
CAN. NAT. Rys.
S  U
1
z
ci
7.16
1
z
ci
8.16
A.M.
ce"
z
6
10.56
8,
CC
z
ci
2.21
1
z
6
4.26
1
z
ci
7.46
1
z
ci
9.26
8.33
h
<
r HAMILTON   JCT..
8.27
JcL Goderich S.D.
11.01
9.25
8.36
7.01
5.06
l.ll
10.21
8.41
39.0
1.7
....MAIN ST..-J
1. & B
ninals
7.14
8.14
8.24
10.54
2. 19
4.24
7.44
9.24
11.05
P.M.
9.30
P.M.
8.40
P.M.
7.05
P.M.
5.10
P.M.
1.15
P.M.
10.25
A.M.
8.45
A.M.
40.2
D N
I T • *
f Ten
1.2
I HAMILTON... KJ
H
7.10
A.M.
8.10
A.M.
8.20
A.M.
10.50
A.M.
2. 15
P.M.
4.20
P.M.
7.40
P.M.
9.20
P.M.
a Dally
763
a Dally
821
a Daily
ex. Sun.
640
a Daliy
801
a Dally
ex. Sun.
761
a Dally
741
a Daily
ex. Sun.
731
a Dally
721
/ Dally
712
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
732
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
637
/ Daily
752
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
722
/ Daily
792
/ Daily
832
/ Daily
762
WESTBOUND TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
•2
E
i
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s
ii
11
PORT
McNICOLL
SUBDIVISION
3
!
5
i
si
EASTBOUND TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R. at mileage 1 6. 1—Interlocked.   With
C.N.R. and junction with MacTier S.D. at Medonte—Interlocked.
Medonte yard limits extend from yard limit boards east and north of Medonte
to yard limit boards west of Coldwater and south of Portswitch.
Position of main track switch Coldwater is normal when set for movements
between Coldwater and Portswitch.
Port McNicoll yard limits extend east to yard limit board east of Hog Bay
trestle and south to McMillan,
Trains must not exceed speed of five miles per hour over Hog Bay trestle just
east of Port McNicoll and fifteen miles per hour over diamond mileage 16. 1.
Trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour over North Street Crossing
Oriflia.
Hayes derail operated with  main  track switch, 240 feet from switch at
McMillan.    All trains must come to a stop not less than 50 feet from derail and
not proceed until main track switch has been thrown clearing derail. Rear of trains
from Midland to Port McNicoll must be clear of derail before main track switch
is returned to normal position.
Account insufficient clearance, engines must not enter the loading house at
elevator at Port McNicoll and Midland.
C.N.R. Rules and timetable govern between McMillan and Midland.
To comply with Rule 99 flagmen must go out 12 telegraph poles instead of
IO to equal 500 yards; 28 telegraph poles Instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards;
41 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1800 yards.
Maintenance of Way employees will provide unattended flagging protection
as per Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions.
FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
703
Steamship
Psgr.
/ Tue.,
Sat. only
704
Steamship
Psgr.
a Mon.,
Thurs. only
STATIONS
.0   D
.   ORILLIA    RW
O R
42
2.2
7.9
14.1
TAFTON..
53
53
5.7
..UHTHOFF.	
D r,
6.2
IZ MEDONTE Y
Jet. MacTier S.D
WD
P.M.
A.M.
4.45
...p6RTSWITCH T
9.12
Jet. MacTier S.D.
s 4.50
4.58
5.08
15.7
18.8
23.9
1.6
COLDWATER Z
3.1
FESSERTON	
5.1
MELDUF.
40
53
53
s 9.08
9.02
8.53
5.20
P.M.
27.7
D
3.8
Z PORT McNICOLL.CWK
V 1
8.45
A.M.
29.2
D
z	
3.3
McMillan...... ...
D N
CN. Rys.
CAN. NAT. Rys.
CN. Rys.
31.4
D
4.2
 MIDLAND...........
Ml
a Tue.,
Sat. only
703
• No passing track.
1 Mon.,
Thurs. only
704
 TIME TABLE No. 106.   APRIL 27th, 1947
17
When passenger trains meet at MacTier, the northbound train will take siding at crossover
switch immediately south of station. Southbound trains will not foul this switch until
properly cleared.
The sounding of locomotive whistles within the limits of the town of Weston, mileage 3
to mileage 5, approaching Highway Crossings is prohibited except when necessary to prevent
accident.
Movements over Dennison Ave. and Jane St., Weston, except on main track must be
protected by flagman.
Northbound trains except first-class trains must receive terminal clearance at West
Toronto Diamond.
§No. 3 will stop at Alliston, Essa, Midhurst and Bala for revenue passengers for Port
Arthur and beyond.
No. 4 stop at any station to detrain passengers from Port Arthur and beyond.
No. 27 and  No. 28 where shown as flag stops are for revenue passengers only.
Trains between West Toronto and Toronto will be governed by Toronto Terminals
time-table, pages  14,  15 and 20.
Exception to special instruction "S" freight and mixed trains may run between West
Toronto and Midhurst, for inspection, but if stopped for any other purpose between points
mentioned standing inspection must made.
To comply with Rule 99 between West Toronto and Bolton flagman must go out 14
telegraph poles instead of 10 to equal 500 yards;,; 34 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal
1200 yards; 50 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1800 yards. Between Bolton and
mileage 109 flagmen must go out 12 telegraph poles instead of 10 to equal 500 yards; 30
telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards; 45 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal
1800 yards. Between mileage 109 and MacTier flagmen must go out 12 telegraph poles
instead of 10 to equal 500 yards; 28 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards;
41 telegraph poles instead of 36 to equal 1800 yards.
Maintenance of Way employees will provide manual flagging protection as per Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions.
NORTHBOUND TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
III
Ii
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SUBDIVISION
1
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SOUTHBOUND TRAINS —SUPERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CUSS
•                                         FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
, SECOND
CLASS
1                              FOURTH CLASS
955
Sudbury
Mdse.
/Daily
953
Coast
Freight
/ Daily
959
Coast
Freight
/ Daily
27
Soo
Psgr.
/Dally
3
The
Dominion
Psgr.
/ Daily
773
Camp
Borden
Passenger
/ Sun. only
771
Bala
Psgr.
<Fri.
only
703
Steamship
Psgr.
/ Tue.,
Sat. only
25
Sudbury
Psgr.
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
28
Soo
Psgr.
a Daily
4
The
Dominion
Psgr.
a Daily
704
Steamsh p
Psgr.
0 Mon.
Thur. only
26
Sudbury
Psgr.
a Daily
ex. Sun.
772
Bala
Psgr.
a Sun.
only
954
Stock
aDaily
80
Freight
aDaily
82
Freight
a Daily
84
Freight
aDaily
86
Freight
aDaily
88
Freight
aDaily
STATIONS
P.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
11.25
P.M.
10.55
P.M.
10.35
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5.15
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2.35
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6.40
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7.00
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9.30
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A.M.
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P.M.
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7.34
10.30
10.40
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5.42
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7.44
10.59
4.27
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52
60
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Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R. and with Toronio Terminals and Junction with
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C.N.R. and Junction with Port McNicoll S.D. at mileage 91.36—Interlocked.
Passenger trains are restricted to a speed of
Fifty miles per hour on curves between Weston and mileage 18; between mileage 97.5
and 99.5; between mileage 104.0 and 106.0; and between mileage 1 14.0 and
1 1 5.5.
Sixty miles per hour on curves between mileage 1 8.0 and 97.0; and between mileage
1 15.5 and 120.5.
Trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour between Summer and Winter Stations
Bala.
Board of Transport Commissioners has authorized speed not exceeding fifty miles per hour
for PASSENGER TRAINS only, over the following railway crossings at grade: With C.N.R.
at mileage 44.6, at mileage 58.09, at mileage 60.49, and at mileage 9 1.36.
Trains must not exceed a speed of twenty miles per hour over bridge mileage 54.4.
and over diamond West Toronto.
Movements on interchange tracks Essa restricted to speed of six miles per hour.
Doubling siding mileage 32.6 capacity 26 cars.   Switch at south end.
Medonte yard limits extend from yard limit boards east and north of Medonte to yard
limit boards west of Coldwater and south of Portswitch.
The north yard limit board Buckskin is located 4500 feet north Severn Falls Station,
and Severn Falls is considered as within Buckskin yard limits.
Train crews switching in MacTier yard must use extra care when shoving into north end
of No. 2 siding to protect movement while shopmen are working around engines on passenger
train on track No.  1.
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TIME TABLE  No.  106
.   APRIL 27th, 1947
NORTHBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
5
1
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8
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ORANGEVILLE
SUBDIVISION
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SOUTHBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R. at mileage 7.8—Interlocked;   at mileage
19.8—Not Interlocked, when agent at Inglewood not on duty trains will provide flag
protection before passing over.
Passenger trains are restricted to a speed of
Thirty-five miles per hour on curves between Inglewood and Cataract.
Forty-five miles per hour on curves on balance of Subdivision.
Trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour over Queen St., Brampton, and
switching movements over Nelson St., Brampton, except on main track, must be protected
by flagman.
Trains must not exceed speed of twenty miles per hour over bridges mileage 19.3 and
mileage 23.8 and engines heavier than D-IO class with 5,000 gallon tank must not be
double-headed over these bridges.
Trains must not exceed speed of fifteen miles per hour over bridge mileage 25.9.
Passing tracks at the following stations are also used as business tracks: Cheltenham,
Alton.
To comply with Rule 99, flagmen must go out 1 1 telegraph poles instead of IO to
equal 500 yards, 25 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards, and 37 telegraph
poles instead of 36 to equal 1 800 yards.
Maintenance of Way employees will  provide  manual flagging  protection as per
Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions.
SECOND CLASS
FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
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FOURTH
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748
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707
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705
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706
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708
Owen Sound
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747
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90
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NORTHBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
1
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OWEN SOUND
SUBDIVISION
1
1
It
SOUTHBOUND TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
Trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour over crossing mileage .04 and
over Main Street crossing, Dundalk mileage 27.2.
Passenger trains are restricted to a speed of
Thirty miles per hour on curves between Orangeville and mileage 3.0;
Forty miles per hour on curves between mileage 3.0 and mileage 7.5; between
mileage 36.0 and mileage 49.0;  between mileage 54.0 and Chatsworth.
Fifty miles per hour on curves between mileage 7.5 and Shelburne;  between
mileage 49 and mileage 54; and between Chatsworth and Owen Sound.
Sixty miles per hour on curves between Shelburne and mileage 36.0.
Permanent Slow Post affecting southbound trains at mileage 3.0.    Trains must not
exceed a speed of twenty-five miles per hour between this slow post and Orangeville.
Air Brake Rule 66 (a) applies on all freight and mixed trains from mileage 3.4 to
mileage I.I.
Northbound trains may leave Fraxa without obtaining terminal clearance.
Passing tracks at the following stations are also used as business tracks:  Crombies,
Dundalk, Berkeley.
To comply with Rule 99, flagmen must go out 1 1 telegraph poles instead of 10 to
equal 500 yards, 25 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards, and 37 telegraph
poles instead of 36 to equal 1 800 yards.
Maintenance of Way employees will provide manual flagging protection as per Maintenance of Way Rules and Instructions.
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SECOND CLASS
FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
SECOND
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THIRD
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715
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756
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1    716
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88
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STATIONS
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8.00
8.25
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10.25
10.40
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8.10
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10.05
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7.00
s    6.50
s    6.43
f    6.36
s    6.28
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6.15
6.00
P.M.
6.35
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8.45
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s   9.18
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s  10.49
s  10.57
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s 11.10
19.5
23.3
27.3
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29
44
30
42
19
f    9.07
s    9.00
s    8.52
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s    5.17
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10.25
10.00
9.45
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4.1
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s 10.05
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s 12.07
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5.2
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29
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s    7.53
f    7.42
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s    5.05
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7.4
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a Dally
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a Daily
ex. Sun.
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a Daily
ex. Sun.
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/Dally
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|    706
/ Dally
ex. Sun.
1    708
/ Dally
ex. Sun.
1    756
/ Dally
ex. Sun.
716
/ Daily
ex. Sun.
1     88
 TIME  TABLE
No.   106.   APRIL 27th, 1947
19
WESTBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
1
•
1
§
!
TEESWATER
SUBDIVISION
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SUPERIOR DIRECTION
1   WESTBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
|1
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Railway crossing at grade with the C.N.R. at mileage 26.7—Interlocked.    No signalman on          |
duty.   C.P.R. trainmen will operate plant according to instructions posted in tower.
Permanent Slow Post affecting eastbound trains at mileage 0.8.   Trains must not exceed speed
of fifteen miles per hour between this slow post and Cataract.
Trains must not exceed a speed of ten miles per hour over Irvine SL, Elora, and over SL David
St. mileage 26.4.
Passing tracks at the following stations are also used as business tracks: Erin, Hillsbury, Orton,
Belwood.
To comply with Rule 99, flagmen must go out 1 1 telegraph poles instead of 10 to equal 500
yards;  25 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal 1200 yards, and 37 telegraph poles instead of
36 to equal 1800 yards.
Maintenance of Way employees will provide unattended flagging protection as per Maintenance
of Way Rules and Instructions.
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756
TEESWATER SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R. at mileage 37.25— Interlocked
automatic. Trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour over this crossing.
At mileage 41.84—Not  Interlocked.   Signals will  be operated by  C.P.R.
trainmen and must be left normally clear for C.N.R. trains.
Unless authorized by train order, trains other than second-class must not
leave Wroxeter until the preceding train has arrived at Teeswater, and trains
other than second-class must not leave Teeswater until preceding train has
arrived at Wroxeter.    In the event of the failure of telegraph line, trains may
follow 40 minutes after the departure of the preceding train, but must keep clear
of preceding train west of Wingham Jet.
Westbound trains may leave Fraxa without obtaining terminal clearance.
Time-table trains will register at Wingham Jet. on return trip from Wingham,
and extra trains will register at Wingham Jet. in both directions.
Trains backing between Teeswater and Wingham and between Mount
I      Forest Wye and Mount Forest, must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour
1     over all public crossings.
Passenger trains are restricted to a speed of
Thirty miles per hour on curves between Amaranth and Grand Valley,
and between Wingham Jet. and Wingham.
Eastbound trains will not exceed a speed of ten miles per hour over public
1     crossing mileage 3.6 Wingham S.D.
Ail trains will not exceed speed of six miles per hour over bridge at mileage
3.7 Wingham S.D.    Engines heavier than D-6 Class must not be operated
over this bridge.
Passing tracks at the following stations are also used as business tracks:
Waldemar, Kenilworth, Harriston, Fordwich, Gorrie, Wroxeter.
To comply with Rule 99, flagmen must go out 1 1 telegraph poles instead
WALKERTON SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES
Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R. on freight shed spur at Hanover
— Not Interlocked.
Passenger trains are restricted to a speed of
Thirty miles per hour at curve on Hanover Bridge mileage 27.7.
Trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour over Durham Road
Walkerton.
Westbound trains must not exceed speed of ten miles per hour over public
crossing Mileage 9. 1 1, and engineers will sound whistle continuously from
whistle post until crossing is reached.
Switching movements over Proctor Street, Hanover, must be protected by
flagman.
D-6 engines must not exceed a speed of ten miles per hour over bridge
mileage 37.6, and engines heavier than D-6 class must not be operated over
this bridge, and must not exceed speed of eight miles per hour over bridge at
mileage 27.7.
Account only 15 feet overhead clearance at Knechtel's Mill coal hopper at
Hanover engines must not go into this plant.
Passing tracks at the following stations are also used as business tracks:
Priceville, Durham.
To comply with Rule 99, flagmen must go out 1 1 telegraph poles instead
of 10 to equal 500 yards;  25 telegraph poles instead of 24 to equal 1200
WESTBOUND TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
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/ Dally
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716
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a Dally
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STATIONS
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11.15
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ex. Sun.
715
*No passing track.
/ Dally
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716
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TIME TABLE No. 106.   APRIL 27th, 1947
THE TORONTO TERMINALS RAILWAY COMPANY
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS GOVERNING THE MOVEMENT OF TRAINS WITHIN
THE LIMITS OF THE TORONTO TERMINALS RAILWAY COMPANY
1. Except as affected by the following instructions, all train and fixed signal rules and special instructions of the Canadian
National and Canadian Pacific Railway Companies will apply to the employees of the respective Companies while operating within
the limits of the Toronto Terminals Railway Company.
2. Toronto Terminals Railway Company Limit Boards are located as follows:
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C.N.R. Oshawa Subdivision   At Interlocking Signal 171.
C.N.R. Freight Tracks   At Interlocking Signal 283.
C.N.R. Oakville Subdivision   840 feet West of Bathurst Street overhead bridge.
&P.r:tSSSSt£S2btaMrift7.XXXV.}910feet West of BathurstStrMt overhead bM^
3. Within these limits movements on any track in either direction will be made by fixed signal indication or, where there is no
fixed signal, on hand signal given by switchtender on the ground which must be authorized by the train director. Intervals prescribed
in C N.-C.P. Rule 91  will not be maintained.
4. A trainman or yardman must ride on the rear end of the rear car of every train or draft movement being handled by yard
or road engine. If rear end car is without end door or vestibule, trainman or yardman will take a conspicuous position as near the
rear as possible to guard against the possibility of accidents when his train or engine stops or is moving under circumstances in which
it may be overtaken and must take such action as is necessary to warn any following movement of the presence or location of his train
or engine and to provide further protection when movement is stopped the trainman or yardman on rear end must immediately take
a position on the ground to protect his train or movement, except in the territory between John and Scott Street Interlocking Stations.
When a light engine is unaccompanied by trainman or yardman, these duties will be performed by the fireman.
5. A train or engine approaching a fusee burning red on its track must stop, extinguish the fusee and then proceed with caution,
prepared to stop short of train or obstruction.
6. During foggy, smoky or stormy weather or when view of track ahead is obscured, enginemen, trainmen and yardmen must
take every precaution to prevent accidents. Where men may be at work on tracks, to attract their attention the engine bell must be
rung, speed reduced and, if necessary, whistle sounded.   When passenger equipment is pushed by engine, air whistle must be sounded.
7. When passenger equipment is pushed by an engine, trainman or yardman must know that air-brake equipment is coupled
through from front of leading car to engine, and in an operative condition; that back-up hose is coupled to air-brake hose on front
of leading car, test same and know it is in proper working order, then take a conspicuous position on leading end of leading car and
signal to enginemen by hand or communicating signal.
8. When freight equipment is pushed by an engine, trainman or yardman must take a conspicuous position on leading car and
signal to engineman by hand signal.
9. Enginemen must so regulate their fire as to prevent unnecessary smoke and steam.
10. Toilets in passenger cars must be kept locked.
BATHURST STREET ZONE NON-INTERLOCKED
I I.    Bathurst Street Zone Non-Interlocked extends westward from a point 300 feet West of Spadina Avenue overhead bridge
on tracks Nos. 5 and 6 and from Spadina Avenue overhead bridge on tracks Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 to the west limit boards.   All switches
in this zone are hand operated and all movements must be made prepared to stop unless the track is seen to be clear.
12. Care must be exercised in giving or acting on hand signals and must be given only after switches have been properly set
and fastened, and from such a place and in such a way that there can be no misunderstanding on the part of the enginemen, trainmen
or yardmen as to the signals or as to the train or engine for which they are given.
13. There are six tracks between John Street Interlocking Station and stop boards located I 150 feet west of Spadina Avenue
overhead bridge and are numbered from No. I on the North to No. 6 on the South. There must be a thorough understanding between
train directors of John Street Interlocking Station and Cabin "D" before any movement, in either direction, is authorized over these
tracks.
14. Eastward movements from C.N.R. Oakville Subdivision eastward track are governed by color light dwarf signal located
I 100 feet west of Bathurst Street overhead bridge.
Indications are: RED— Stop.
YELLOW— Proceed at slow speed, prepared to find track occupied, a car foul, an open switch, a
broken rail, or other obstruction.
15. Eastward movements from C. N. R. Brampton Subdivision are governed by home signal located 1512 feet west of Bathurst
Street overhead bridge.   All movements must stop before passing this signal.
16. Eastward movements from C.P.R. Toronto Terminals Subdivision are governed by home signal located 1022 feet west
of Bathurst Street overhead bridge.    All movements must stop before passing this signal.
17. Westward movements must stop at stop-boards located on all six tracks I I 50 feet west of Spadina Avenue overhead bridge
and then proceed only on hand signal given by switchtender. Movements from Tracks Nos. I and 2 will proceed on hand signal to
color light dwarf signal located 875 feet west of stop boards and be governed by signal indication.
RED—Stop.
YELLOW—Proceed at slow speed, prepared to find track occupied, a car foul, an open switch, a
broken rail or other obstruction.
GREEN—Proceed.
18. Westward movements on the C.N.R. Brampton Subdivision and C.P.R. Toronto Terminals Subdivision are governed by
home signal located 590 feet west of Bathurst Street overhead bridge and south of tracks. The upper arm governs C.N.R. Brampton
Subdivision movements;   the lower arm governs C.P.R. Toronto Terminals Subdivision movements.
19. Westward C.N.R. Brampton Subdivision main track movements over C.P.R. Tecumseh Street railway crossing at grade
are governed by home signal located on south side of C. N. R. Brampton Subdivision eastward main track, and I 050 feet west of Bathurst
Street overhead bridge.
20. Leverman at Tecumseh Street Interlocking Station must notify train director at Cabin "D" of movements approaching
from the west, stating whether C.N.R., C.P.R., passenger or freight, and also C.P.R. movements to or from King Street shed and
then be governed by instructions from train director at Cabin "D".
INTERLOCKED ZONE
21. The Interlocked Zone extends from Signal 206 on the C.N.R. Bala Subdivision and Signal 205 on the C.P.R. Toronto
Terminals Subdivision, located just North (east on C.P.R.) of Don, also from Signal I 71 on the C.N.R. Oshawa Subdivision, located
1050 feet east of Cherry Street Interlocking Station, to Signal 514, located 300 feet west of Spadina Avenue overhead bridge on tracks
Nos. 5 and 6 and to Spadina Avenue overhead bridge on tracks Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, also to Signal 283, located 560 feet east of Scott
Street Interlocking Station.    Interlocking rules apply except as modified herein.
22. Interlocking signals are of the color light type and display two or more lights in a vertical line. Upper light governs main
route; second light governs one or more diverging routes;   lower light governs any route.
When a train or engine accepts a lower light of a three light signal it must proceed at slow speed, prepared to find the track
occupied, a car foul, an open switch, a broken rail or other obstruction.
Interlocking dwarf signals display a single light.
Indications: RED—Stop.
YELLOW—Proceed at slow speed, prepared to find the track occupied, a car foul, an open switch,
a broken rail or other obstruction.
GREEN—Proceed.
Signals mounted on station train shed must be respected as dwarf signals.
23. Signals Nos. 30, 1057, 3319 and 02, located outside the Interlocked Zone and Nos. 225, 232, 233, 234, 236 and
712, located within the Interlocked Zone, are of the color light type and display one light only. They are approach signals to the signal
ahead and their indications are:
RED—Stop, then proceed expecting to find the track occupied, a broken rail, an open switch,
a car foul or other obstruction.
YELLOW—Proceed with caution, prepared to stop at next signal.
GREEN—Proceed.
All other signals in the Interlocked Zone are interlocking Sifinals.
24. There are six tracks between Jarvis and Parliament Streets, numbered from No. I on the north to No. 6 on the south.
North of track No. I a non-interlocked service track extends from Jarvis Street to Sherbourne Street.
25. Hand operated switch, located at Sherbourne Street, and connecting Eastern Harbour Terminal track with track No. 6
is equipped with an electric lock under control of Scott Street Interlocking Station. Telephone box with instructions for operating
electric lock and communicating with Scott Street Interlocking Station is located immediately south of switch stand. Door of electric
lock must be closed and fastened after switch is set for track No. 6.
26. Hand operated switch on the service track at the west side of Jarvis Street leads to two sidings north of service track.
Stop boards are placed at the fouling points of the first track 222 feet west of Jarvis Street and the second track 380 feet west of Jarvis
Street. All trains and engines using these tracks must stop at stop-board and proceed only after switches have been properly set and
secured.    Normal position of switches is for the service track and first track north.
27. Dwarf Signal 533, located 275 feet west of John Street Interlocking Station on the north side of tracks, governs eastward
movements into the three north side tracks.
28. Hand signals must not be used when the proper aspect can be displayed by the interlocking signal. When necessary
to make a movement against an interlocking signal which is inoperative, such movement may be made only after the movement has
been stopped, track and switches in the route inspected by signal maintainer, and then only on understanding between enginemen, trainmen or yardmen and signal maintainer on the ground. When making such movement, thorough understanding must be had between
train director and signal maintainer. Movements proceeding on hand signal must move at slow speed to next signal and then be
governed by aspect displayed.
29. A reverse movement within the limits of the interlocking plant, or forward movement after making a reverse movement;
must not be made without the proper interlocking signal indication. If a reverse movement is to be made, this may be done only after
a member of the crew assures himself that the signal in the rear of such reverse movement displays a yellow aspect.
30. Telephones, in boxes painted white, are located at various points in yard and afford direct communication with Cherry
Street, Scott Street or John Street Interlocking Stations.
31. Interlocking Stations are equipped with Electric Sirens.    The following sounds will be observed:
One long—All movements will stop immediately.
Two long—All movements having proper signal indication may proceed.
STATION TRACKS
32. Trains must not be started from station until conductor has received permission from station master who must first clear
platform inter-communication signal light to GREEN.
RESTRICTED CLEARANCES
AH tracks in Station.
Canadian Pacific Express Company's Building.
Canadian National Express Company's Building.
Spadina Avenue Overhead Bridge.
Bathurst Street Overhead Bridge.
Employees riding on side of cars or engines are warned of restricted clearance at dwarf signals and low switch stands within the
limits of the Toronto Terminals Railway Company.
SPEED  RESTRICTIONS
Thirty miles per hour within the limits of the Toronto Terminals Railway Company except as otherwise restricted.
Fifteen miles per hour over Eastern Avenue crossing.
Fifteen miles per hour between west limit boards and a point 300 feet east of Bathurst Street overhead bridge.
Parliament Street (Low Level Tracks).    All movements will stop clear of crossing and then proceed on hand signal from trainman
or yardman, who will protect movement over crossing.
MILEAGE
Toronto (Centre of Station) 0.00
WEST EAST
John Street (Interlocking Station)  0.41 Scott Street (Interlocking Station)  0.30
Spadina Avenue (overhead bridge)  0. 69 Jarvis Street  0.52
Bathurst Street (overhead bridge)    1.09 Sherbourne Street  0.72
Cabin "D"    1.18 Parliament Street  0.99
Cherry Street (Interlocking Station)    1.23
Eastern Avenue (gate tower)    1.74
Don     | .96
MEDICAL OFFICERS
Dr. R. H. Kinsman Medical Clinic, C. N. R. Express Bldg WA. 78 I I
Dr. G. L. Chambers 331 Bay Street EL. 1919
Residence:   86 Wells Hill Ave LL 1856
 TIME TABLE  No. 106.   APRIL 27th, 1947
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SPECIAL
INSTRUCTIONS GOVERNING MOVEMENT OF TRAINS
BY FIXED SIGNALS
AUTOMATIC BLOCK SIGNALS
1. ABSOLUTE signals have a lunar white marker light vertically under the signal light and those of the semaphore type have
in addition a square end blade. PERMISSIVE signals have a single light or two staggered lights and those of the semaphore type
have in addition a pointed end blade.
I A.    DWARF Signals marked "A" are ABSOLUTE Signals.
2. ABSOLUTE PERMISSIVE BLOCK. When a train finds an ABSOLUTE block signal indicating STOP it must stop
before reaching the signal and not more than two hundred feet from it and may proceed when the signal is cleared. If not immediately
cleared it must communicate with Train Dispatcher and upon receiving advice that there is NO CONFLICTING TRAIN MOVEMENT
it may proceed under full control to the next signal. If unable to communicate with Train Dispatcher train may proceed under protection of flag to the next signal displaying a less restrictive indication than STOP or STOP and PROCEED.
When a train finds a PERMISSIVE block signal indicating STOP it must stop before reaching the signal and not more than
two hundred feet from it and after train and enginemen have satisfied themselves that the signal is PERMISSIVE may then proceed
at once with caution.
3. OVERLAP BLOCK. When a train finds a PERMISSIVE signal indicating STOP it must stop before reaching the signal
and not more than two hundred feet from it and may proceed when the signal is cleared. If not immediately cleared a flagman will
advance in the direction of the train movement for five minutes after which the train may proceed under full control to the next signal.
Should the signal change from the STOP indication before the expiration of the five minutes the train may proceed and be governed by
the indication displayed.
When trains meet by train order arrangement the train which is to take the passing track must stop if it finds a signal protecting
the block indicating STOP, and may then proceed with caution to the passing track without being preceded by a flagman.
4. In complying with Instructions 2 or 3, trains proceeding against a signal indicating STOP must expect to find the track
occupied, a car foul, a switch open, a broken rail or other obstruction in the block.
5. Engineers must use Form S.M. I  in complying with Rule 506.
INTERLOCKING SIGNALS
6. Interlocking home signals have two or more lights in a vertical line and those of the semaphore type have, in addition, square
end blades.
Normally the upper arm or light governs the main route; the second arm or light governs one or more diverging routes and the
lower arm or light governs to any available route at slow speed prepared to stop.
Dwarf signals may be of the color light or semaphore type, and govern to any available route at slow speed, prepared to stop.
Interlocking signals used as block signals will be equipped with number plates, see Special Instruction No. 7.
7. When a train accepts a lower arm or light or dwarf signal for a main track movement it must proceed with caution through
the block, prepared to find the track occupied, a car foul, a switch open, a broken rail or other obstruction in the block.
SPECIAL ASPECT
8. An automatic signal displaying yellow over green or an interlocking signal displaying yellow over green, or yellow over green
over red, indicates proceed, approaching next signal prepared to take diverging route.
INTERLOCKINGS
9. When hand signals are necessary they must be given only after the switches have been properly set and fastened. Clearance
Form "D" must not be used to authorize movements past home signals when inoperative as prescribed in second paragraphs Rules
631  and 663.   Otherwise, all Rules and Special Instructions must be observed.
When interlocked switches are equipped with Dual Control Switch machines, the Operator may operate or give permission to
operate the switches by hand, in which case a train may pass a home signal indicating STOP, upon receiving hand signal from the operator or trainman. Before giving this permission, the operator must see that all signal control levers are in normal position and must
not attempt to operate switch lever until trainman has reported that movement over switches has been completed and that SELECTOR
LEVER has been restored to MOTOR (or POWER) position.
The operator or trainman who has received permission to operate an interlocked switch by means of HAND-THROW lever
will be governed as follows:
To hand operate dual control switch machine, throw SELECTOR LEVER to the HAND operating position and operate switch
by HAND-THROW LEVER. If SELECTOR LEVER is stopped short of the horizontal position, move the HAND-THROW LEVER
slowly until SELECTOR LEVER is free to complete stroke.
Hand signals must not be given for switching or train movements over DUAL CONTROL switches when SELECTOR LEVER
is in MOTOR (or POWER) position.
Engineers must not accept hand signals as against fixed signals in making movements over these switches unless they have been
informed that the SELECTOR LEVER has been placed in HAND operating position.
After movements over interlocked switches are completed, unless otherwise directed, the switches must be left in the original
position and SELECTOR LEVER thrown to MOTOR (or (POWER) position and both SELECTOR LEVER and HAND-THROW
LEVER locked.
AUTOMATIC INTERLOCKING
10. When an automatic interlocking is out of order, trains or engines must be brought to a stop before reaching the HOME
signal and not proceed until trainman has proceeded to the crossing and complied with the following instructions.
Box marked SWITCHES located on instrument case at crossing is locked with a switch lock.
Unlock box and if lights marked with name of crossing road are lighted and no train is seen approaching on the crossing road,
trainman will OPEN knife switch and give proceed hand signal to his train. If lights marked with name of crossing road are not lighted,
trainman will assure himself that no train is approaching on the crossing road before opening knife switch. After engine of train has
reached the crossing trainman will CLOSE knife switch and lock box.
At the automatic interlockings where push buttons are provided on home signals to enable a return movement to be made over
crossing when switching, trainmen will unlock box and press button. If home signal does not clear, trainmen will comply with instructions in preceding paragraph and flag train over crossing.
ELECTRIC SWITCH LOCKS!
11. To operate an electric switch lock, first unlock door and if indicator is clear turn the handle of the electric lock to the left
as far as it will go and then open switch in the usual manner. After switch has been set back for the main track the handle of the electric
lock must be turned to the right, door closed and locked. If indicator displays red the switch cannot be unlocked and trainman should
communicate with Operator and ask for switch to be unlocked.
AUTOMATIC HIGHWAY CROSSING SIGNALS
12. When a train or engine passes over any highway crossing protected by automatic signals or automatic gates and does not
move beyond the end of the circuit, it will be necessary, before making a reverse movement over the same crossing, for a member of the
train crew to flag the crossing.
SPRING SWITCHES
13. Switches equipped with a spring are indicated by a white sign with the letters "SS" in black. Such switches may be trailed
through when set in normal position, at a speed not exceeding twenty miles per hour until the leading wheels have passed through the
switch, after which maximum speed may be resumed.
The switch light will show green when switch is set in normal position and red when in reverse position.
Trains and engines trailing through spring switches and stopping before entire train has passed over same, MUST NOT reverse
movement or take slack until the switch has been set in reverse position by hand, otherwise wheels will straddle switch points.
Trains moving in the facing direction finding the fixed signal adjacent to such switches at STOP must examine switch points,
and if points are not properly closed and cannot be closed by hand, they must be spiked in the proper position before train passes over
them, and after having passed, the spike must be removed, and Section Foreman and Superintendent notified immediately. If in
automatic signal territory, and switch points are found in proper position, train will be governed by rules and special instructions.
Sand must not be used while engine      moving over Spring Switches.
STATION PROTECTION SIGNALS
Station Protection Signals are indicated by a sign attached to the signal mast showing letters S.P.S.
MACTIER, WINDSOR, GALT, ORANGEVILLE, HAVELOCK, KINGSTON AND
TORONTO TERMINALS SUBDIVISIONS
Train movements in the facing direction over spring switches at Guelph Junction and at Canpa must not exceed ten miles per hour.
Orangeville Subdivision trains must not pass signals 02 Orangeville Subdivision until switches are properly set for train
movements.
Should any train find signals 325 and 326 at Milton, and signals 741 and 742 at Drumbo at stop when no operator on duty,
conductor must see that switches are properly set for his train movements and must assure himself that no train is approaching on
C.N.R. before hand signalling his train to proceed. After engineer accepts hand signal he will proceed as per Special Instruction No. 7.
When switching movements are made on Thomas Organ & Piano Company's siding, Woodstock, switch must be left open until
switching completed and train has returned to main track.
Trains must not pass signals 94 and 95 at Obico, signals 391, 394 and 396 at Guelph JcL, signals 21 5A, 21 5B, 21 6A and
216B at Sharbot Lake until switches are properly set for train movements. Switches leading from Kingston Subdivision to Havelock
Subdivision at Sharbot Lake must not be opened when signals 21 5A or 216A indicate proceed, except under flag protection.
MacTier Subdivision trains may use westbound track between West Toronto Interlocker and Dufferin Street for movements
to and from West Toronto Yard and are protected by interlocked signals. The upper light of signal 60-B and the middle light of signal
02 govern these movements.
WINDSOR S.D.—Two light permissive signals at passing track switches. When these signals display "red over yellow" it
indicates that switch is set for passing track and block clear to fouling point only at the end which train is entering.
Should any train find Signals 3 19 and 320 at Glencoe at Stop, conductor must assure himself that no train is approaching on
C.N.R. before hand signalling his train to proceed, after engineer accepts hand signal he will proceed as per Special Instruction No. 7.
The movement of trains between Windsor Yard and Walkerville Jet. is governed by Signal Indications which supersede time
table superiority and take the place of train orders.
When signals No. 56, 1081, 1099, I 108, I 100, I 102, 22, 1082 and 57 indicates STOP, trains must communicate with
the operator at LAKE SHORE TOWER and upon receiving advice that there is no CONFLICTING TRAIN MOVEMENT may
proceed under full control to the next signal prepared to find the track occupied, broken rail, or other obstruction in the block. Trains
will also ensure that no Pere Marquette Rly. trains are approaching and that P.M.R. junction switch and crossover switches are properly
set for the train movement.   Observe Special Instruction 9.
Home signal 1082 displays three lights in a vertical line. Upper light governs trains on CP. Railway main track. Middle
light governs trains to P.M. Railway.    Lower light governs trains through crossover into passing track.
Trains moving in either direction between Windsor Yard and signal No. I I 08 located east of Tecumseh Road, must proceed
under such control as to be able to stop within the range of vision.
Distant signal located 350 feet east of east Flood Light Tower Windsor Yard will display YELLOW or GREEN governing
eastbound train movements out of Windsor Yard. Trains must not start from yard tracks until the signal displays "GREEN".
Switching movements only, may be made to, but not beyond, home signal No. I 108 when distant signal displays "YELLOW".
When switching movements are being made at Jockey Club siding, Lake Shore Tower, the siding switch must be left open until
switching completed and train has returned to main track.
The movement of trains between Don and Leaside will be governed by Signal Indications (controlled by the Operator at
Leaside) which supersede timetable superiority and take the place of train orders.
Eastbound trains will be governed by interlocking home signal No. 1068 mounted on signal bridge, I 75 feet east of Queen Street
bridge, Don.
Westbound trains will be governed by interlocking home signal No. 1037, and westbound dwarf signals at Leaside Interlocking
Plant.
Rule No. 99 will not be operative between interlocking home signal No. 1068 and interlocking home signal No. 1037, and
westbound dwarf signals at Leaside Interlocking Plant.
Trains or engines must not enter the territory controlled by these signals until signals display "yellow" or "green". Trains or
engines finding interlocking home signal indicating "stop" will communicate with Operator at Leaside by telephone, and upon receiving
advice that there is no conflicting train movement, and that preceding train has cleared the block may proceed under full control through
the entire block prepared to find the track occupied, a switch open, a broken rail or other obstruction in the block. Operators must
positively know there is no train in the block before giving permission to pass an interlocking home signal at "stop". Operators must
have all conflicting signal control buttons or levers in normal position before advising that there is no train in block.
The City of Toronto industrial spur and G. W. Crothers switches are equipped with electric switch locks. See special instruction
No. II, page 21, current timetable.
Telephones are located at signal bridge, east of Queen Street, Don, at City of Toronto industrial spur switch and G. W. Crothers'
switch.
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TIME TABLE No. 106. APRIL 27th, 1947
HEADLIGHT FAILURES
Board of Transport Commissioners General Order No. 522, dated November 9, 1933.
That every railway company subject to the legislative authority of the Parliament of Canada be, and it is hereby, required
to equip its locomotives used in road service, between sunset and sunrise, with headlights which will enable persons with normal
vision in the cab of a locomotive, under normal weather conditions, to see a dark object the size of a man for a distance of 800
feet or more ahead of the locomotive.   Such headlight must be maintained in good condition.
That every locomotive used in road service which is regularly required to run backward for any portion of its trip, except
to pick up a detached portion of its train, or in making terminal movements, shall have on the rear, a headlight which will meet
the requirements of this order.
That nothing in these regulations shall prevent the use of a device whereby the light may be diminished in yards, at stations
and on two or more tracks when approaching trains moving in the opposite direction.
That nothing in these regulations shall prevent the use of temporary devices being used to substitute the regular headlight when necessary to move a train from the point at which the headlight equipment has broken down or failed, provided that
tho train moves at a speed not exceeding ten miles an hour over any public crossing not specially protected by watchman, gates,
or automatic signal, until the first station with passing track or siding, as shown in the time-table, is reached, where an examination must be made and if possible, the headlight put in good working condition.
That in case repairs cannot be made at the station referred to, the train may proceed to the first repair point displaying
such light as may be available and provided at such station, passing over all public highway crossings not specially protected by
watchman, gates, or automatic signal, at a speed not exceeding twenty miles per hour, provided that, in the event a light cannot
be furnished, the engine must be replaced or assisted by an engine displaying the proper light.
That while proceeding to the first station and or repair point, the whistle signal for all highway crossings not protected
by watchman, gates, or automatic signal, must be given the second time approaching all such crossings.
That repairs to the equipment must be effected at the first repair point or the engine replaced (First repair point is such
a place at which the Company has the necessary facilities to make ordinary repairs to electrical, or other power headlight
equipment).
That spare bulbs, and other necessary parts, must be supplied at the initial terminal, and carried on each locomotive and
that a list of such parts be furnished for the information of the engineer, whose duty it shall be to check over to see that such
supplies are furnished before starting out on his trip from such terminal.
Engineer must advise dispatcher from first open telegraph office when running with temporary headlight.
STEAM WHISTLE FAILURES
In the event of engine whistle failure occurring while train is enroute, enginemen will proceed to first repair point, running
with caution approaching and passing public road crossings and stations.   At first repair point repairs must be made.
Train dispatcher must be advised of failure from first open telegraph office.
RULE 99 requires that when flagman has gone out the necessary distance under the conditions existing, he will place two
torpedoes on the rail. It must be further understood that when the flagman goes beyond this point, he will leave the two torpedoes
at that point as an indication of the location of his train; this does not relieve him from also using torpedoes at the point at which
an approaching train is flagged.
General Train and Interlocking Rules 31 and D3I have been amended to provide that audible signal I4-Lbe changed
from the present form to be two long, one short and one long.
A train or engine having sounded audible signal 14-L and brought to a stop before passing over a public crossing will,
if the location of train in relation to the crossing warrants, again sound the signal before proceeding over crossing.
MAINTENANCE OF WAY FLAGGING RULES.
Trains stopped by red signal as per Maintenance of Way Rule 83 (corresponding to old Maintenance of Way Rule 52-C
—where workmen are given train order protection) must be governed by signal or instructions of the employee in charge of the
obstruction.
MAXIMUM SPEED  RESTRICTIONS GOVERNING  THE MOVEMENT OF  DISABLED, WRECKED
AND DEAD LOCOMOTIVES, AND OTHER SPECIAL EQUIPMENT IN TRAINS.
Service
or
Class
Nominal
Diameter
of
Drivers
Condition of Locomotives
Maximum Speed
Permitted
All
Classes	
All
Diameters...
Engines with broken main rod removed;   ail side
rods in position; being operated on one side	
40 M.P.H.
Disabled or Wrecked
Locomotives	
Broken front section of side rods requiring both
main and all side rods to be removed; also when
other broken side rods require all rods removed
20   M.P.H.
Broken back side rod removed, corresponding side
rod on opposite side removed; back wheels only
being uncoupled	
No restrictions from
maximum speed per
hour    specified for
serviceable   locomotives.
Dead Locomotives	
Freight and
Passenger....
All
Diameters...
Main rods removed, both sides; side rods in place
both sides	
30   M.P.H.
Switch	
20   M.P.H.
SPEED   RESTRICTIONS  GOVERNING  THE  MOVEMENT OF  ENGINES  AND OTHER SPECIAL
EQUIPMENT IN TRAINS
LOCOMOTIVES WITH SIDE RODS REMOVED:
When, for any reason, it is found necessary to remove side rods from a locomotive, the corresponding rods on opposite side must
also be removed.
In the event of front section of side rod breaking, all side rods and main rods, on both sides of locomotive must be removed. This
is to be done in order that there may be no possibility of damage due to crank pin of front driving wheel striking crossheads as wheels
revolve.   Crossheads to be moved to front of guides and securely blocked.
LOCOMOTIVES WITH ENGINE TRUCK OR TRAILER TRUCK DESTROYED OR REMOVED:
LOCOMOTIVES WITH  DRIVING TYRE REMOVED AND WHEEL BLOCKED UP:
In the event of engine truck or trailing truck being destroyed; driving wheel blocked up on account of broken wheel or tyre, in
such manner as to alter the weight distribution on wheels, or when side and main rods have been removed, altering the effect of the
counterbalance weights, particular care must be exercised in handling the locomotive to avoid damage to track, culverts, bridges, etc.
When any doubt exists in regard to effect of altered weights, authority must be obtained from the Superintendent before movement of
locomotive. Care must be taken that rim of raised wheel does not contact with rail; and that speed restrictions are closely observed.
WRECKED LOCOMOTIVES:
Any locomotive which has been so disabled as to prevent movement under its own power, but on which it is unnecessary to blow
down or drain boiler, must be otherwise handled as a dead locomotive.
BOILERS—DRAINAGE AND BLOWING OUT:
When there is liability of damage by frost, all water must be drained from boiler and tender of a dead locomotive before shipment
also from cylinders, air compressor, feedwater heater, pump and skimmer, superheaters. Every precaution must be taken to prevent
damage to gauges from freezing of water trapped in coils of gauges.
Dead engines in every case must be accompanied by a waybill, except when being moved to the first terminal after failure on road.
Locomotive Foremen at originating point shall notify Storekeeper in writing what speed restriction, if any, is to be observed, and
this information shall be stamped or written conspicuously on the face of the waybill. Similar written advice will be given to Superintendent and Yardmaster at all terminals, and Yardmaster at all terminals shall notify Chief Dispatcher on what trains dead engines are
to move and what, if any, speed restriction applies.
AUXILIARY STEAM CRANES. Where freight train speed is forty miles per hour or over, trains handling must not exceed
thirty-five miles per hour. Where freight train speed is less than forty miles per hour, trains handling must not exceed twenty-five
miles per hour.    Care must be exercised in handling these cranes on down-grades and around sharp curves.
COMBINATION CRANES, PILE DRIVERS, STEAM SHOVELS, Etc., are subject to restrictions contained in bridge load
chart.   On subdivisions where they are permitted to operate, the following speed restrictions must be observed, by trains handling:
CLASS
Group No. I:
Combination Hoist and Pile Driver, Nos.
4141 70 to 4141 77 inc., and all steam
cranes (except auxiliary steam cranes).
Group No. 2:
All steam shovels and Steel Pile Drivers
Nos.   400009-18-19-27-29-32-34.
400037 to 400053 inc.
RESTRICTION
Must not exceed twenty miles per hour on any Subdivision, but where
freight train speed limit is twenty-five miles per hour or less, trains handling these machines must not exceed fifteen miles per hour.
Group No. 3:
Wooden Pile Drivers Nos. 400000-05-
06-26-33-35.
Where freight train speed is thirty-five miles per hour, or over, trains
handling must not exceed twenty-five miles per hour; where freight train
speed is from twenty-five to thirty-five miles per hour, trains handling
must not exceed twenty miles per hour. Where freight train speed is less
than twenty-five miles per hour, trains handling must not exceed fifteen
miles per hour.
Five miles per hour less than authorized freight train speed for each
Subdivision, but in no case in excess of thirty miles per hour.
Machines on which arrows are placed to indicate the direction of travel must, when practicable, be placed in trains in that manner.
Group No. 4:
Scale Test Cars 420925-26-27. Five miles per hour less than authorized freight train speed for each sub
division, but in no case may speed of thirty miles per hour be exceeded.
They must, in every case, be handled on rear of freight train immediately ahead of caboose.
HANDLING AND  MARSHALLING  CARS  CONTAINING   EXPLOSIVES AND  CARS PLACARDED
"DANGEROUS" AND "POISON GAS"  IN TRAINS
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:
Cars containing EXPLOSIVES or tank cars placarded DANGEROUS must not be handled in a train which carries passengers
except on lines where there are no regular trains operating in freight service only.
Cars containing EXPLOSIVES must have air and hand brakes in service, and the train and engine crew must be advised in
writing of the presence and location in the train of such cars.
Cars containing E XPLOSIVES must not be placed in trains next to dead engines, loaded tank cars, refrigerator cars equipped with
automatic refrigeration of the gas-burning type, wooden frame flat or gondola cars, carloads of pipe, lumber, poles, iron, steel or similar
lading which by shifting on account of rough handling may break through end of car containing EXPLOSIVES; nor next to cars containing lighted heaters, stoves or lanterns;   nor next to cars with live stock or poultry in charge of an attendant.
Placarded loaded tank cars must not be placed in trains next to cars containing lighted heaters, stoves or lanterns;  nor next to
refrigerator cars equipped with automatic refrigeration of the gas-burning type, nor next to gondola or flat cars with lading such as logs,
lumber, rails, pipe or similar articles which are liable to shift.
ON THROUGH OR LOCAL FREIGHT TRAINS THE FOLLOWING ALSO APPLIES:
Cars containing EXPLOSIVES must be placed in through freight trains near the middle of the train and must not be nearer
than the sixteenth car from the engine nor the eleventh car from the caboose, if the length of the train will permit, and when helper power
is cut in, must be separated from such helper by at least one car; on local freight trains, they must not be placed nearer than the second
car from the engine or caboose; and on through and local trains they must not be placed next to box cars placarded DANGEROUS
unless the remainder of the train consists only of such cars.
Placarded loaded tank cars must not be placed in through freight trains nearer than the sixth car from the engine or caboose, and in
local freight trains not nearer than the second car from the engine or caboose, when length of train permits; this does not apply when
train consists of loaded tank cars only.
WHEREONLY A MIXED TRAIN SERVICE IS OPERATED OR WHERE PASSENGERS ARE CARRIED IN THE CABOOSE
OF A FREIGHT TRAIN THE FOLLOWING ALSO APPLIES:
A car containing a shipment of EXPLOSIVES not exceeding 1,000 lbs. must be so placed in the train that not less than three
freight cars are between it and the car carrying passengers and not less than one freight car between it and the engine hauling the train.
A car containing a shipment of EXPLOSIVES in excess of 1,000 lbs. must be so placed in the train that not less than five freight
cars are between it and the car carrying passengers and not less than three freight cars between it and the engine hauling the train.
NOTE.—Not more than one car of EXPLOSIVES may be handled in a mixed train, or where passengers are carried in the caboose
of a freight train.
When practicable to do so, a car containing EXPLOSIVES must be placed between freight cars not bearing DANGEROUS or
POISON GAS placards.
Tank cars placarded DANGEROUS must not be placed next to cars carrying passengers or next to the engine.
Trains handling ore cars 370000 to 377099 Series, loaded or empty, must not exceed speed 30 miles per hour, Windsor,
Gait, MacTier, Port McNicoll, Hamilton, Oshawa, Belleville, Peterboro and Havelock Subdivisions, and 20 miles per hour on all other
Subdivisions.
 TIME TABLE No. 106.   APRIL 27th, 1947
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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS GOVERNING THE MOVEMENT OF TRAINS
BY ELECTRIC TRAIN STAFF SYSTEM
It is governed by an
1. The staff system has three functions, as follows:—
1st—ABSOLUTE BLOCK.—A block in which but one train is permitted at a time.
ABSOLUTE STAFF, which is a steel rod turned into rings.
2nd—PERMISSIVE BLOCK.—A block in which one or more trains are permitted to follow, or to meet as provided
by clause 10. It is governed by a PERMISSIVE STAFF, which is either a divisible steel rod, or a steel rod
equipped with 11 removable rings0
3rd— PUSHER BLOCK.—A block in which a pusher engine is permitted to enter and assist in movement of trains.
It is governed by a PUSHER STAFF of special design.
2. A train must not enter a block until a staff, or portion of a staff, or a ring has been delivered to the conductor or
engineer, as the case may be, by the operator on duty. The staff, or portion of a staff, or ring, gives the train holding it the
right to proceed through the block, but does not otherwise supersede any of {he rules pertaining to train movements.
3. When yard, or station limits extend to a point within staff territory, switching movements may be made within these
limits without securing a staff, keeping clear of first and second class trains.
4. When trains are to be moved through a permissive block on a portion of a staff, or a ring, the conductor, or engineer
as the case may be, of the first train, must see the permissive staff. The last train moved through the block under a permissive
staff must obtain the balance of the staff, or rings.
5. At a staff station where a pusher engine is required to assist a train through a portion of a block, a special pusher attachment will be provided, and the engineer of the pusher engine will receive from the operator, a special pusher staff. This special
staff gives the engineer of the pusher engine the right to enter a block and after assisting the train the required distance, return
to the staff station and immediately deliver the special staff to the operator, who must insert it in the holder.
6o When two or more engines, coupled, are to be moved through a block accompanied by a conductor, the staff, or portion
of a staff or a ring, must be shown to the engineers by the conductor, who will ride on the rear engine. If no conductor, the
engineer of the rear engine must obtain and handle the staff, or portion of a staff or ring, in the manner prescribed for the
conductor.   When two trains coupled are to be moved through a block, conductor of rear train must handle staff or ring.
7. Regular trains entering a block must be registered according to their classification.
8. In the event of a portion of a train being left in a block, the conductor must retain possession of the staff, or portion
of the staff, or ring, until all cars in his train are clear of the block.
9. Except where an automatic attachment is installed, the operator must take the staff out of the holder, and deliver it
to the conductor, whose duty it will be to show it to the engineer, who must not leave a staff station until he has seen the staff.
The conductor must retain possession of the staff, or portion of a staff, or ring, until the train has passed through and cleared
the block, when he will deliver it to the operator who must immediately insert it in the holder. The staff, or portion of a staff,
or ring, must not be transferred from one train to another. At a staff station where an operator is not employed, an automatic
attachment will be provided, and when a staff is required for a train to enter a block, it must be obtained from the holder by the
conductor, or engineer, as the case may be, of such train, and on arrival of a train at such staff station, or any intermediate staff
station, the staff must be deposited in the holder by the conductor or engineer, as the case may be, observing special instructions
as to the manner of such operation, which are posted at such station.
10. If a passing track, at which operators are not employed, is located in a block, a special unattended passing track attachment will be provided at the staff station, and trains required to meet at the passing track will receive a special staff conferring
the right to track only to passing track, at which point the special staffs must be exchanged. Such exchanged special staffs
confer the right to each train to proceed to the staff station at the end of the block. With this special staff a 19 form train
order must be issued to the trains, indicating which train shall hold main track at the meeting point.
11. If one block adjoins another block, or if there is an unattended passing track In a block, the staffs will have engraved
on them the names of the stations at the ends of the block which they govern, and the conductor or engineer, as the case may be,
must know that the properly engraved staff, or portion of a staff, is delivered to him before entering a block.
12. When, owing to the balance of traffic being in one direction, there is an accumulation of staffs at one end of the block,
they may be transferred to the other end under the direction of the Assistant Superintendent, or Chief Train Dispatcher. When
transferring staffs from one instrument to another, an even number of staffs must always be taken. This even number of staffs
must not include the staff to be used for the train movement at the time the transfer is being made. In making such a transfer
of staffs, the necessary even number of staffs must be taken from the instrument, the instrument locked up and then tested, after
which the staff for the train must be taken out in the regular manner by the operator.
13. In the event of the staff system becoming inoperative, a staff overcarried or lost, or from any cause the system is
disabled, the movement of trains through the block must be governed by time-table, train orders, and general train rules.
14. All trains must, unless otherwise arranged, obtain terminal clearance before leaving the last station of the territory
controlled by electric train staff system.
15. Operators, conductors and engineers, must make themselves familiar with ail rules and instructions governing the
handling of the electric train staff system.
SPECIAL  INSTRUCTIONS
A—At meeting points not fixed by train order at which there is no open telegraph office, and at which they do not
stop, second, third and fourth class trains running in sections must give identification tickets (Form 1432) to all extra trains
and to all second, third and fourth class trains over which they have the right to track by class or direction. Such latter trains
must receive such identification tickets or stop the other train to ascertain its identity.   Observe Rule 90.
B.—Between the hours of 8.00 p.m. and 8.00 a.m. at all open telegraph offices, EXCEPT ON DOUBLE TRACK
AND IN AUTOMATIC SIGNAL TERRITORY ON SINGLE TRACK, trains (except first class and passenger extras),
must receive a clearance from the operator, even though signal indicates PROCEED, If there are no 31 orders on hand for
delivery to any train in the direction as indicated by the approaching train operators are required to have clearance ready so
engineer and conductor may secure it while passing at slow speed.
C—Employees must not ride on tops of cars passing under overhead bridges or through tunnels or snow sheds at which
there is not sufficient clearance, and must inform themselves respecting location of all buildings, or other obstructions, which
have less than standard clearance.
D.—While freight trains are in motion between stations, a trainman must be on the lookout from the cupola of caboose to
observe the safe operation of trains, and at a safe distance before commencing the descent of steep grades and approaching railway
crossings at grade, junctions, drawbridges, and at points where trains are to be met or passed, and where at any other point failure
of brakes would be attended with hazard, must be within convenient access of conductor's valve, and if train is exceeding authorized speed limit, brakes must be applied by him at once, in accordance with Rule 6, page 6, Air Brake Rules.
E— In complying with Rule 93(A) in Automatic Signal territory (single track) on which lamps are not used on main
track switches as per revised Rule 104 the automatic signal within two hundred feet of the outer main track switch will mark
the STATION LIMITS.
F—Where two main tracks parallel each other and are less than twenty feet centre to centre, whether such tracks are
for double or single track operation, employees in every instance, when stepping out of the way of approaching trains, must
move to the right of way and not to the other track.    Foremen will be personally responsible for educating their men accordingly.
G—Snow plows working on double track when passing trains on the other track must not be run at a speed exceeding
ten miles per hour, and points must be lifted and wings closed. Flangers must also be lifted when passing trains on the other
track.
H—Trains using crossovers on double track must not be run over switches at a speed exceeding ten miles per hour.
J—Unless some form of block signal is used, or unless otherwise directed, all trains except first class trains must keep at
leas ten minutes apart, except in closing up at stations. A snow plow train, a light engine, or a light loaded freight train
(50% of full tonnage or less) must receive a clearance at all open telegraph offices, whether signal indicates STOP or PROCEED
and will not follow any train unless clearance shows arrival at a station ahead. If the station from which it is to follow is not
an open telegraph office, it may follow in twenty minutes to the first open telegraph office.
K—Freight and mixed trains will be governed by the following speed limits and must not make any one mile in less than
time shown for each subdivision.
Subdivision Speed Limit Time for One Mile
Windsor, Gait, Oshawa, Belleville, Peterboro,
Havelock 50 M.P.H I Min.    6 Sec.
MacTier 45 M.P.H I Min. 12 Sec.
St. Thomas, Goderich Subdivision between
Guelph Jet. and Goderich 35 M.P.H I Min. 30 Sec.
Orangeville, Owen Sound 30 M.P.H I Min. 43 Sec.
Other Subdivisions 25 M.P.H    2 Min.   0 Sec.
MAXIMUM SPEED FOR LOCOMOTIVES AS FOLLOWS Miles per Hour
1. Locomotives with driving wheels 75 inches nominal diameter and over (F-l a, F-2a,G-3e, f, g, h,
H-l, K-l...       90
Exception:—(a)  G-1, G-3a-b-c-d       75
2. Locomotives with driving wheels 70 inches nominal diameter (A-1, E-3, E-4, E-5, G-2,
G-4, G-5a, b, I-la)       75
3. Locomotives with driving wheels 63 inches in diameter and under (A-2, C, D-3-4, J, L,
M, N, P-l, P-2, T-la, T-4)  50
Exceptions:—(b) D-6, D-9 and D-10  60
(c) P-2-g, h,j  65
(d) R-3  35
(e) R-2 and S-2  30
(f) T-1 b  65
4. Switching locomotives, or any locomotive without 2 or 4-wheel engine truck (T-3, U, V, W)  20
L—The position of switches at junction points with other subdivisions is normal when set for main traffic subdivision.
The position of switches at ends of double track is normal when set for trains leaving single track for double track, and against
trains leaving double track for single track.
N—The following additional signs placed opposite certain stations indicates—
B— Bulletin and Registering Point,,
K—Comparison Clock, Registering and Bulletin Point.
P—Station Protection Signals.   On both sides of station name indicates signal on both sides of station.   When
preceding station name, signal is located east or south of that station.   When following station name, signal
is located west or north of that station.
R—Registering Point.
X—Crossover.
Y—Wye.
Z—Yard Limit Boards.   On both sides of station name indicates yard limits boards on both sides of station.   When
preceding station name, board is located east or south of that station.   When following station name, board
is located west or north of that station.
P—Where no operator on duty, or where authorized to do so by time-table, regular trains scheduled through over two or
more subdivisions, and having the same number on each subdivision, are authorized to assume the schedule of the train of the
same number from intermediate initial ooints and leave such intermediate initial points without terminal clearance.
r_Where timetable footnotes require that switching movements over certain highway crossings be protected by a
member of the train crew, these instructions include the movements of engines either before, during or after the switching movements take place.
S—In addition to the strict observance of Rule 107, freight and mixed trains will not, unless otherwise provided, run more
than sixty miles without stopping for standing train inspection. At least one member of the train crew must be at the head end
when train starts to move, and inspect full train as it pulls by. Speed of six miles per hour will not be exceeded until proceed
hand signal has been received from rear of train.
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TABLE SHOWING
RATE OF SPEED
A TRAIN
IS RUNNING
WHERE
THE
TIME OF ONE MILE IS GIVEN
Time
Per Mile
Miles
Per
Hour
Time
Per Mile
Miles
Per
Hour
Time
Per Mile
Miles
Per
Hour
Time
Per Mile
Miles
Per
Hour
Miles
Time               Per
Per Mile           Hour
Time
Per Mile
Miles
Per
Hour
Miles
Time               Per
Per Mile           Hour
Time
Per Mile
Miles
Per
Hour
Time
Per Mile
Miles
Per
Hour
0 Min
4QSec. 90.00
1  Min.   4 Sec
56.25
1  Min. 28 Sec
40.91
1  Min
52 Sec
32.14
2 Min. 16 Sec. 26.47
2 Min. 39 Sec
. 22.64
3 Min.   2 Sec. 19.78
3 Min. 25 Sec
17.56
3 Min
48 Sec
15.79
0     ■
41    "
87.80
1     a       5   u
55.38
1      «     29   "
40.45
1     "
53   "
31.86
2     «     17   "     26.28
2     "     40   "
22.50
3     «       3   "     19.67
3     "     26   "
17.48
3     "
49   "
15.72
0     "
42   -
85.71
1     "       6   "
54.55
1      «     30   «
40.00
1     "
54   "
31.58
2     «      18   "     26.09
2     «     41    "
22.36
3     "       4   "     19.57
3     «     27   "
17.39
3     "
50   "
15.65
0     "
43   "
83.72
1      "       7   "
53.73
1      «     31    "
39.56
1     "
55   "
31.30
2     "     19   "     25.90
2     "     42   "
22.22
3     "       5   "      19.46
3     "     28   "
17.31
3     "
51    "
15.58
0     "
44   «
81.81
1      "       8   "
52.94
1      "     32   "
39. 13
1     «
56   »
31.03
2     "     20   "     25.71
2     «     43   «
22.08
3     «       6   "     19.35
3     "     29   "
17.22
3     "
52   "
15.52
0     "
45   ■
80.00
1      "       9   "
52.17
1      "     33   «
38.71
1     «
57   «
30.77
2     "     21    "     25.53
2     «     44   "
21. 95
3     "       7   "      19.25
'3     «     30   -
17.14
3     "
53   "
15.45
0     "
46   «
78.26
1      "      10   "
51.43
1      "     34   "
38.30
1     «
58   "
30.51
2     "     22   "     25.35
2     «     45   "
21.82
3     "       8   "      19.15
3     "     31   "
17.06
3     "
54   «
15.38
0     "
47   "
76.59
1      "      II   ■"
50.70
1      «     35   «
37.89
1     "
59   "
30.25
2     "     23   «     25. 17
2     «     46   "
21. 69
3     "       9   <"      19.05
3     -     32   "
16.98
3     "
55   "
15.32
0     "
48   "
75.00
1      «     12   "
50.00
1     "     36   "
37.50
2     "
0   "
30.00
2     «     24   "     25.00
2     "     47   "
21.56
3     "     10   "     18.95
3     "     33   "
16.90
3     "
56   «
15.25
0     «
49   "
73.47
;l     "     13   "
49.31
1     tt    37  «
37.11
2     "
1   "
29.75
2     «     25   "     24.83
2     "     48   «
21.43
3     "      II    "      18.85
3     "     34   «
16.82
3     "
57   «
15.19
0     -
50   "
'72.00
1      «      14   "
48.65
1      "     38   «
36.73
2     «
2   «
29.51
2     "     26   «     24.66
2     «     49   "
21.30
3     "      12   "      18.75
3     «     35   "
16.74
3     "
58   -
15.13
0     "
51    «
70.59
1     "     15   "
48.00
1      "     39   "
36.36
2     "
3   «
29.27
2     "     27   "     24.49
2     "     50   "
21. 18
3     "      13   "      18.65
3     "     36   "
16.67
3     «
59   "
15.06
0     "
52   «
69.23
1     "     16"
47.37
1      "     40   "
36.00
2     «
4   "
29.03
2     «     28   "     24.32
2     "     5!    "
21.05
3     "     14   "      18.56
3     «     37   "
16.59
4     "
0   "
15.00
0     "
53   "
67.92
1     "     17   *
46.75
1      "41"
35.64
2     "
5   ■
28.80
2     ■     29   "     24. 16
2     "     52   "
20.93
3     "      15   "      18.46
3     «     38   "
16.51
4     "
17   "
14.00
0     "
54   "
66.67
1     «     18   "
46.15
1      "     42   «
35.29
2     "
6   «
28.57
2     "     30   «     24.00
2     «     53   "
20.81
3     "      16   "      18.37
3     «     39   "
16.44
4     "
36   «
13.00
0     «
55   "
65.45
1     "     19   -
45.57
1      "     43   «
34.95
2     "
7   "
28.35
2     "     31   "     23.84
2     "     54   "
20.69
3     «      17   "      18.27
3     "     40   "
16.36
5     "
0   "
12.00
0     «
56   "
64.29
1     "     20   "
45.00
1     "     44   "
34.62
2     "
8   "
28. 12
2     "     32   "     23.68
2     «     55   "
20.57
3     «      18   "      18.18
3     «     41    «
16.29
5     "
27   "
11.00
0     «
57   "
63.16
1     "     21   «
44.44
1      "     45   "
34.29
2     "
9   "
27.91
2     "     33   "     23.53
2     "     56   "
20.45
3     "      19   "      18.09
3     "     42   "
16.22
6     "
0   "
10.00
0     "-
58   "
62.07
1      "     22   "
43.90
1      "     46   "
33.96
2     "
10   «
27.69
2     "     34   "     23.38
2     "     57   "
20.34
3     «     20   "      18.00
3     "     43   "
16.14
6     "
40   "
9.00
0     "
59   "
61.02
1      "     23   "
43.37
1      "     47   "
33.64
2     "
II    «
27.48
2     ■     35   "     23.23
2     «     58   "
22.22
3     "     21    "      17.91
3     "     44   "
16.07
7     "
30   ■
8.00
1   "
0   "
60.00
1      "     24   «
42.86
1      «     48   "
33.33
2     "
12   "
27.27
2     «     36   "     23.08
2     "     59   "
20. II
3     "     22   "      17.82
3     "     45   «
16.00
8     "
34   «
7.00
1   "
1    "
59.02
1      "     25   "
42.35
1      "     49   «
33.03
2     "
13   «
27.07
2     "     37   "     22.93
3     ".     0   "
20.00
3     «     23   "      17.73
3     "     46   "
15.93
10     "
0   "
6.00
1   "
2   "
58.06
1      "     26   "
41.86
1      "     50   «
32.73
2     "
14   «
26.87
2     "     38   "     22.78
3     «       |    «
19.89
3     «     24   "      17.65
3     «     47   -
15.86
12     "
0   "
5.00
1    "
3   -
57.14
|      a      27   "
41.38
1     ■     51    "
32.43
2     "
15   «
26.67
DIAGRAM   SHOWING   LOCATION   OF   TRAIN   TELEPHONE   Wl RES—ONTARIO   DISTRICT
FACE   IN   DIRECTION   NAMED, COUNT   CROSSARMS   FROM   THE  TOP,  DOWN.
tt
LOOK WEST
Obico
to
Guelph Jcf.
• . . ..
LOOK WEST
Guelph Jet.
to
Woodstock
. . . .
.  .  .  t
. «?c?#
«...
....
LOOK WEST
Woodstock to
London
• Gait S.D. C.
□ Windsor C.
i |i i t
LOOK WEST
London
to
Walkerville Jet.
» «  ' «
t  I  it
LOOK WEST
Walkerville Jet.
to
Windsor Yard
LOOK WEST
Zorra
to
St. Marys
i i99 [ t i
LOOK WEST
Woodstock
to
St. Thomas
LOOK SOUTH
Ingersoll
to
Pt. Burwell
. +•
LOOK WEST
Guelph Jet.
to
Guelph
-r
LOOK WEST
Guelph
to
Goderich
t    i iff
r 11 i i i
LOOK WEST
Hamilton
to
Guelph Jet.
Si
frttn
LOOK NORTH
West Toronto
to
Bolton
*r
LOOK NORTH
Bolton
to
MacTier
LOOK WEST
Ypres
to
Camp Borden
• n I iff
LOOK WEST
Orillia
to
Medonte
LOOK WEST
Portswitch
to
Coldwater
LOOK WEST
Coldwater
to
Port McNicoll
i   » i | , . t
LOOK WEST
McMillan
to
Midland
.. . 1 •
t. .
.....
.  .  .  .9
• . . ..
l » r •*=»
o. .. •
LOOK WEST
Smiths Falls to
Glen Tay
• Trenton C.
□ Havelock C
j t:
LOOK WEST
Glen Tay
to
Agincourt
Via Trenton
'f,''
'""
,,',..',
, . . . .
991
♦ . . . .
LOOK WEST
Agincourt
to Leaside
• Trenton C.
□ Havelock C.
99 i i t |> i i i i
Jf±triit
LOOK WEST
Glen Tay
to
Ivanhoe
?nft
LOOK WEST
Scarlet Road
to Obico
• Terminal C.
d London C.
LOOK WEST
Ivanhoe
to
Agincourt
"1**
LOOK WEST
Dranoel
to M.P. 16.8
Bobcaygeon
Sub-Div.
1.1 i <y 9
LOOK WEST
M.P. 16.8
to
Lindsay
ir
LOOK WEST
Lindsay
to
Bobcaygeon
H.    iWi
1
LOOK NORTH
Canpa to
Obico
• Terminal C.
a London C.

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