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 CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY
PACIFIC   REGION
REVELSTOKE, CANYON, VANCOUVER, KOOTENAY, ESQUIMALT & NANAIMO DIVISIONS
TIME
TABLE
TAKING EFFECT AT 24.01 O'CLOCK SUNDAY, APRIL 26th, 1964
GOVERNED BY PACIFIC STANDARD TIME
FOR   THE   INFORMATION   AND   GUIDANCE   OF   EMPLOYEES   ONLY
L. R. SMITH
Vice-President and general Manager
A. M. FRASER,
ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER
T. R. WEISE,
SUPERINTENDENT TRANSPORTATION
1
 TIME  TABLE  No.  91, APRIL 26th,  1964
Page
3
3
4-5
5-6
7
7
REVELSTOKE  DIVISION
Subdivision
Windermere - Colvalli  to  Golden   (including  Colvalli)..
Arrow Lake Revelstoke to Arrowhead
Mountain Field to Revelstoke (including Field)	
Shuswap Revelstoke to Kamloops  (not including Kamloops)  	
Okanagan Sicamous to Kelowna  (including 33.5 miles CN. Joint Track)	
Osoyoos - Penticton to Osoyoos to end of track  (including Penticton Yard)..
F. W. BOOTH,
Superintendent,
Revelstoke.
J. C. BRIGHAM,
Asst. Superintendent,
Revelstoke.
A. W. GRASSIE,
Asst. Superintendent,
Field
Dispatching  Office at  Revelstoke:  Telegraph   Call   N.
G.   S.   WEATHERLY Chief Train Dispatcher
A. D. WATSON Night Chief Train Dispatcher
M. D. MORROW,
A. R. CLARK, E. A. JOHNSON,
H. L. HUNTER T. HETHERINGTON,
A.  E. YORK, K. K. FOSTER, [Train
T. M. McDONALD, P. J. HARKNESS, fDispatchers.
K. J. YOUNG, C L BENNISON,
J. H. CROFT, K. C. NISTOR
Y. M  WASYLIK, E. D. SEIG
Miles
166.7
27.5
125.7
128.8
79.7
_J6A
564.8
CANYON  DIVISION
Subdivision
Mission	
Thompson	
Cascade -	
Princeton -	
Page
8
9
10-11
12
A. COWBURN,
Superintendent,
Vancouver.
M. J. WOLFE,
Asst.   Superintendent,
Kamloops
E. H. LEWTHWAITE,
Asst.   Superintendent,
Penticton.
Miles
...Mission  City to  Huntingdon         10.1
...Kamloops to North Bend   (including  Kamloops)     121.5
...North Bend to Mileage 109.6      109.6
....Penticton to Spences Bridge  (not including Penticton)     177.8
~4T9.0
Dispatching Office at Vancouver: Telegraph  Call  D.
E. D   BROWN               Chief Train  Dispatcher
F. J.  DICKINSON Night Chief Train Dispatcher
L. P. CHATFIELD, A. B. BAIRD,
J. L KILLINS, C. H. MASUR,
C. P. MUSCHIK, J.  J.   HAWTHORNE,
M. GORICK, M. KENNEDY.
V. HOOTNICK,
A. J. GREEN,
J. V.  SAHAYDAK,
R. T. IRELAND,
W. E.  BARRY,
W   J   CALLAGHAN,
Train
Dispatchers.
VANCOUVER DIVISION
Page                Subdivision Miles
8       Westminster m Coquitlam  to  New  Westminster  „        8.4
10-11    Cascade Mileage   109.6 to Vancouver        19.4
10-11    Cascade.. Coquitlam Yard   (including  loco Spur)          34,]
10-11    Cascade... Vancouver   Yard         69.9
W. R. McCRACKEN, ~T3L8
Superintendent, Dispatching  Office at Vancouver: Telegraph  Call  D.
Vancouver. E. D. BROWN Chief Train Dispatcher
A. E. HILLING, F. J.   DICKINSON Night Chief Train Dispatcher
Asst. Superintendent.
Vancouver. Canyon   Division   Dispatchers  will  issue  Train   Orders   for  Vancouver   Division.
E & N  DIVISION
Page Subdivision
13-14   Victoria Victoria   to  Courtenay
14
14
Port Alberni Parksville to Port Alberni  	
Lake Cowichan Hayward to Lake Cowichan
Miles
139.7
38.8
18.0
W. R. McCRACKEN,
Superintendent,
Vancouver.
T. V. KENNEDY,
Asst. Superintendent,
Victoria.
Dispatching   Office   at   Victoria:   Telegraph    Call   C.
H.   C.   FIRTH Chief Train Dispatcher
W. D. WICK,
S. N. HUMPHREY, H. J. KOLOGIE,
J. S. WHITTAKER, P. J. O'NEIL,
A. J. WICK, N. J. SAVARD
196.5
Page
16
15
17
15
18
19
19
19
20
KOOTENAY DIVISION
Subdivision
Cranbrook..
...Crowsnest to Cranbrook   (including  Crowsnest)
Kimberley Cranbrook to. Kimberley to end of Track
Nelson Cranbrook  to  Nelson
Kingsgate „ Yahk to  Kingsgate
Boundary _ Nelson   to  Midway  ...
Rossland ..Castlegar to  Rossland        29.3
Slocan „ South Slocan to Slocan City  „      3].3
Kaslo E"d of Track to Nakusp       32.7
Carmi Midway to Penticton   (not including Penticton) „     133.7
Miles
99.2
19.2
137.8
10.5
126.6
G. MELDRUM,
Superintendent,
Nelson.
H. E. ANSLEY,
Asst.  Superintendent,
Nelson.
J. L JOHNSON,
Asst.   Superintendent,
Cranbrook
Dispatching Office   at   Nelson:   Telegraph   Call    H.
R. L. GUY Chie^f Train Dispatcher
M.  L. GUILBEAULT, R. A. PORTA,
R   M. MACKENZIE, A.  THREATFUL,
J. S. HEIGHTON, S. A. GRANT,                             I Train
C.  H.  BLUNT, C. G. PROCTOR,                        [Dispatchers.
W. W. WARNER, A. J. FAZIO.
A W  REAR, J. L. BRYCK
620.3
DR.
DR.
DR.
MEDICAL OFFICERS
NAME RESIDENCE   TELEPHONE
H. E. WILSON, British Columbia Area Medical Officer Vancouver MU 1-2212
S. BONNELL	
TERRITORY
B. T. DUNHAM   , Res. Phone AM 6-7044 Vancouver MU 1-8633 Room 225 Medical Dental Bldg.,
Georgia and Hornby Sts.
DR. J. H. MURDOCH Res. Phone TR 4-4692 Vancouver AM 1-6944 5655 Cambie St.
DR. R. D. MacKAY Res. Phone AM 6-4711 Vancouver FA 5-1712 5780 Cambie St.
DR. J. W. WARNE Res. Phone RE 3-4346 Vancouver AL 3-2688 1645 Commercial.
DR. J. F. AVERY Res. Phone AM 6-7633 Vancouver FA 7-1716 Ste. 120 Oakridge Plaza,
5780 Cambie St.
DR. L. V. MASON, 3682 E. Hastings St Vancouver CY 8-3717 North Burnaby.
DR. R. A. McEACHREN, 5224 Kingsway Burnaby HE 3-1268 South Burnaby.
DR. R. C. TALMEY, 686 No. 3 Road Vancouver CR 8-8435 Richmond.
DR. GORDON   BAKER,   119-16th   W West Vancouver WA 2-2020 .West Vancouver.
DR R. P. McCAFFREY „ Vancouver MU 3-1630 900 West Georgia.
DR. G. B. BIGELOW, Vancouver Island Area Medical Officer Victoria EV 5-3465	
DR. J.  H.   MOORE Victoria EV 3-6331 i
DR. V.  G.  STUART Victoria EV 3-5441 Jv *       *   m-
DR. R.  SPICER   Victoria EV 5-4141 ^Victoria to Niagara.
DR. G, S. WALLACE  Victoria EV 2-0274 (
DR. J.   GOODBRAND    Duncan 746-5115 ( Hillbank to Osborn Bay.
DR. C. H. BEEVOR-POTTS Duncan 746-4401 } Lake Cowichan to Hayward.
DR. H.   CANTOR Ladysmith CH 5-2132 Chemainus to Brenton.
DRS, ALAN B. HALL & L
DR. G
\LAN B. HALL & L. GIOVANDA Nanaimo SK 3-3431 („     ..
. R. BLOTT  Nanaimo SK 3-4251 jCassidy to Jayem.
G. MACDONALD  Qualicum Beach       SK 2-2421 \ Nanoose to Bowser.
( Coombs to Cameron Lake.
DR. A
H.   I.  WILLIAMS   Courtenay.
DR.
DR,
DR
334-4411 Mileage 118.1 to Courtenay,
R.  W.  GARNER  Port Alberni 723-6211 ( A t   _       ...      .
N.  H.  JONES  Port Alberni 724-1215 j Apenes to Port Alberm.
DR. J. A. BAIRD  Coquitlam WH 2-7227 \ Bundy to Port Hammond.
( Coquitlam to Fraser Mills.
DR. G. A.  SACKVILLE   New Westminster     LA 2-0234 New Westminster.
DR. E.   H.  ERICKSON   Mission 82-L Haney to Deroche.
DR. H. E.  CANNON   Abbotsford 3 Mission Subdivision.
DR. R. D. MORRISON Hope 866-9687 Harrison Mills to Chaumox.
DR. L. E. ROSS  Ashcroft 21 R 3 Spences Bridge to Semlin.
DRS, OSBORNE, MacKAY, EDWORTHY & ROSE Kamloops 372-5251 Semlin to Chase.
DR. R.  R. CUNDY  , Salmon Arm 832-2051 Chase to Sicamous.
DRS. H. J. ALEXANDER & T. S. G. McMURTRY Vernon 542-4321 Sicamous to Okanagan Landing.
DR. R. HAUGEN  Armstrong 546-2036 Realm to Mara.
DRS. W. J. KNOX & J. H. MOIR Kelowna 762-2002 Kelowna.
DRS. H. E. HAMER & H. J. MacKAY  Revelstoke 837-2111   Salsqua to Rogers and Arrow
Lake Subdivision.
DR. F. B. MAXFIELD  m Nakusp 86
DRS. E. GORDON LAPP, J. E. TAYLOR & A. W. J. TROTT Golden 57
DRS. W. H. WHITE & W. A. WICKETT
 Nakusp to Summit Lake.
( Rogers to Field.
"(Spillimacheen to Golden.
..Penticton HY 2-3024 j^ois to Thirsk
[Penticton to Kaledon.
DR. R. A. WHITE  Oliver 22Q. Okanagan Falls to Osoyoos.
DR. A. R.  HICKS  Princeton 23 Osprey Lake to Spearing.
DR. J. J. GILLIS  , )u    ... \ 378-5612 Cc D ..     t   D     .
DR. R. T. HEWSON  jMerritt j 378-2262 jSpences Bridge to Brookmere.
DR. D. VALLIS  Greenwood... 445-6521 Eholt to Carmi.
DRS. D. A. PERLEY & E. E. TOMASHEWSKY  Grand Forks 442-8233 Farron to Fisherman.
DR. H. H. SMYTHE  Castlegar 365-5400 Castlegar to Farron.
DRS. J. S. DALY, W. J. ENDICOTT & M. E. KRAUSE  Trail „ 368-5211 Castlegar to Trail.
DR. H.  R. CHRISTIE  Rossland 362-7311 Tiger to Rossland.
DR. W.   CHORNOBAY    New Denver 358-2332 Summit Lake to Denver Canyon.
DR.
DR.
R    R   SHAW 1 1 W 7171 fTve t0 Castlegar.
DR. J. V. MURRAY
..Creston 356-4211..
iKaslo and Lardeau.
Goatfeil to Kootenay Landing.
fJaffray to Yahk.
DRS. W. O. GREEN, T. J. SULLIVAN & C. W. BROCKINGTON  Cranbrook 426-2201 K Yahk to Kingsgate.
LColvallf to Canal Flat.
DR. J. F. HASZARD  Kimberley 427-2277 Cranbrook to Kimberley.
DR. G.  A.   DUTHIE  - ...Invermere 93 Columbia Lake to Brisco
DRS. G. W. LEROUX, M. McRITCHIE & S. EAST Fernie 400 Galloway to Sparwood.
DRS. R. M. GLASGOW & L. R. AMUNDSEN  Michel 425-6212 Natal to Crowsnest.
 TIME  TABLE  No.  91, APRIL 26th,   1964
WINDERMERE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Colvalli Mileage 0 and Golden, Mileage 166.7	
Permissible Speed—Miles per Hour
Psgr. Frt. &Mxd.
35
35
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
Mileage
38.6 (curve)
30.
46.6 (bridge) Diesel Units Class DRS-24  30
48.6 (curve)  30..,
59.7 (bridge) Diesel Units Class DRS-24  .... 30
73.0 (curve)     30...
74.3 (curve)  30..
75.5 (bridge) Diesel Units Class DRS-24  30
87.5 and 87.8 (on curve)   30
90.5 (curve) „  30...
91.8 (curve)     30...
Mileage 100.9 and 101.0 (on curve)   30.
Mileage 107.4 (curve)    „  30...
Mileage 108.4 (curve)     30...
Mileage 115.5 (curve)     30...
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
30
Diesel Units Class DFA-16b,c,g, DFB-16d may operate on main track only between Mileage 0 and Mileage
165.7 and must not enter any siding or auxiliary track.
Equipment except cars in series 354 to 364 inclusive, must not be moved past loading ramp in Old Gypsum Spur,
Lake Windermere.
Except when weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection, special instruction "C" is amended
to read sixty miles on this Subdivision.
Canal Flat is a register Station for trains originating and terminating only.
Engine arriving Canal Flat on No. 84 may assume schedule of No. 85 and leave Canal Flat without Clearance.
Movements over Public Crossing at grade at tail of wye Canal Flat must come to a full stop before proceeding over crossing and movement must be protected by member of the crew. Engines must not go beyond
Public Crossing.
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
S
I
12
27.5
24.1
17.0
.0
ARROW   LAKE
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
.   ARROWHEAD   	
3.4
...   SIDMOUTH   	
7.1
  WIGWAM 	
170
... REVELSTOKE ZK
Jet. Mountain Sub.
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6"
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St
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BY
<3*
02
OR
20
5
13
Yard
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule   93A  applies
Rule 105A does not apply
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
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NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD
CLASS
85
Freight
Tues.,
Thurs.,
Sat.
6.45
7.05
7.25
7.58
10.00
10.30
10.50
11.05
11.30
11.55
12.15
12.55
13.30
13.55
14.05
Tues.,
Thurs.,
Sat.
85
I
6
I
I
3
9.0
23.0
35.3
46.3
52.6
64.1
68.9
77.1
88.4
92.8
101.4
107.1
112.1
U7.9
125.6
132.6
143.7
151.5
162.1
166.7
WINDERMERE
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
    COLVALLI    ZYR
Jet. Cranbrook Sub.
9.0
  BULL RIYER	
14.0
   FORT  STEELE 	
12.3
   WASA   	
11.0
 SKOOKUMCHUCK	
6.3
  TORRENT	
11.5
 m CANAL FLAT ZYR
4.8
  COLUMBIA LAKE 	
8.2
FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS	
11.3
  GOLDIE CREEK 	
4.4
  LAKE WINDERMERE ZYW
8.6
    RADIUM   	
5.7
  EDGEWATER	
5.0
  LUXOR 	
5.8
  BRISCO 	
7.7
  SPILLIMACHEEN   Z
7.0
 HARROGATE	
11.1
    PARSON    Z
7.8
    McMURDO   	
10.6
  NICHOLSON	
4.6
GOLDEN
Jet. Mountain Sub.
..ZK
6"
r-O
JU
AR
GD
©2
OS
Yard
54
41
150
40
56
57
32
47
40
150
55
49
57
57
150
57
57
57
Nil
Yard
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Rule  93A applies
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
82
Freight
Daily
11.05
10.40
10.14
9.51
9.30
9.09
8.48
8.33
8.17
7.58
7.45
7.26
7.15
7.03
6.52
6.37
6.07
5.45
5.30
5.10
5.00
Daily
82
84
Freight
Mon.,
Wed.,
Fri.
12.30
12.15
11.55
11.20
11.00
9.00
8.40
8.25
8.10
7.55
7.25
7.00
6.30
6.10
6.00
Mon.,
Wed.,
Fri.
84
86
Freight
Daily
19.15
18.50
18.24
18.01
17.40
17.19
16.58
16.41
16.25
16.02
15.53
15.34
15.23
15.11
15.00
14.45
14.15
13.45
13.30
13.10
13.00
Daily
86
ARROW LAKE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permanent Slow Orders
Located between
Revelstoke, mileage .0 and Arrowhead, mileage 27.5
Permissible Speed—Miles per Hour
All Trains
15
Mileage 15.5 (bridge)       10
Diesel units class DFA-16b, c, g, DFB-16d must not operate south of mileage 0.53.
All switching movements over Fourth Street crossing Revelstoke mileage 0.5 Arrow Lake Subdivision must
be flagged by a member of the crew.
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TIME  TABLE  N
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26th,
1964
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
2
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SUBDIVISION
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EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR   DIRECTION
MOUNTAIN SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Eastward Signals 1254, 1240 Revelstoke, dwarf signal  1192
Greeley  and 852B  Glacier  and  Westward   Signals  865B
Glacier, 1199 Greeley and 1239 Revelstoke are located to
the left of direction of movement.
Yard limits Stoney Creek extend to Yard Limit Sign West of
Connaught.
At Glacier the time of Eastward  trains applies at Spring
Switch at east end of yard and time of Westward trains
applies at Spring Switch at west end of yard.
Trains must obtain Clearance at Revelstoke and may leave
Greeley without clearance.
Comparison Clock at Glacier.
In Golden Yard switching movements must not be made over
highway  crossings  Mileage  35  and  Mileage  36.2  unless
crossing protection signals are seen to be operating or such
movements protected by a member of the crew.
See Special Instructions Page 21, regarding 2% grades, etc.
Freight trains may be operated at speed of 25 miles per hour
Westward, between Mileage 17.0 and 29.0, and between
Mileage 85.5 and 104.8—Eastward between Mileage 68.9
and 76.3, when handled by engine equipped with pressure
maintaining feature and provided the tonnage handled is
FOURTH CLASS
THIRD CLASS
FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
THIRD  CLASS
77
Freight
Daily
75
Freight
Daily
71
Freight
Daily
967
Freight
Daily
901
Freight
Daily
965
Freight
Daily
1
Psgr.
Daily
7
Psgr.
Daily
5
Psgr.
Daily
2
Psgr.
Daily
4
Psgr.
Daily
8
Psgr.
Daily
954
Freight
Daily
948
Freight
Daily
950
Freight
Daily
STATIONS
19.35
19.47
20.03
20.30
20.47
13.15
13.27
13.40
13.49
14.501
3.00
3.12
3.25
3.34
3.51
9.50
j 10.02
10.15
10.24
10.41
5.45
5.57
6.10
6.19
6.36
1.15
1.27
1.40
1.50
2.07
16.48
17.00
17.12
17.20
17.31
12.10
12.22
t 12.38
M2.50
I  13.01
11.35
11.55
12.10
12.30
12.40
.0
5.8
12.5
17.0
22.6
Ul
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fV    FIELD    ZK
5.8
   OTTERTAIL    „.
6.7
   MISKO   	
4.5
  LEANCHOIL  Y
5.6
   PALLISER 	
 5.2	
 GLENOGLE	
3.9
  CLOISTER 	
3 3
V GOLDEN    VWZY
Jet. Windermere Sub.
6.5
  MOBERLY 	
6.0
   FORDE  	
4.0
    DONALD   	
5.2
 REDGRAVE	
6.3
BEAVERMOUTH ZWY
AC
CN
Yard
85
86
101
89
12.10
11.55
11.40
11.30
11.19
13.15
12.56
12.38
12.30
12.17
15.35
15.23
15.11
f 15.02
14.50
15.15
15.02
14.49
14.40
14.26
19.35
19.21
19.08
18.59
18.45
23.15
22.58
22.45
22.35
22.20
21.08
21.20
21.40
21.52
22.02
22.09
15.02
15.11
15.21
15.29
15.37
15.42
4.12
4.25
4.41
4.53
5.03
5.10
j 11.06
11.18
11.40
11.48
11.56
12.02
1     6.54
7.07
7.16
7.28
7.38
7.45
2.35
2.48
2.57
3.10
3.21
3.28
17.44
17.53
s 18.04
18.14
18.21
18.26
13.14
13.23
s 13.40
13.52
14.10
f 14.17
12.53
13.02
s 13.20
13.29
13.40
13.50
27.8
31.7
35.0
41.5
47.5
51.5
GD
86
Nil
96
85
86
86
11.06
10.53
s 10.44
10.34
10.27
10.22
12.03
11.50
s 11.40
11.20
11.13
11.08
14.37
14.24
s 14.00
f 13.52
f 13.40
f 13.32
14.09
13.51
513.40
13.05
12.55
12.50
18.28
18.15
18.04
17.33
17.25
17.20
22.05
21.55
21.40
21.27
21.16
21.10
	
„	
22.21
22.33
22.46
22.58
23.04
23.10
15.53
16.15
16.41
17.05
17.15
17.22
5.22
5.50
6.03
6.15
6.21
6.27
12.13
12.26
12.51
13.10
13.24
13.28
7.56
8.10
8.21
8.29
8.33
8.36
3.40
4.02
4.13
4.32
4.40
4.45
18.36
18.49
18.59
19.08
19.15
19.20
14.27
f 14.40
f 14.50
14.58
15.04
15.07
14.00
14.12
56.7
63.0
V
81
L 90
10.12
9.59
10.58
10.45
13.18
f 13.05
12.39
12.26
17.09
16.56
21.00
20.48
14.22
14.31
14.35
14.39
67.8
71.5
73.4
74.7
Z
a
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8
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  ROGERS 	
3.7
  GRIFFITH  	
1.9
    STURDEE  	
1.3
  CUTBANK 	
3.1
 STONEY CREEK Z
2.2
    CONNAUGHT  	
5.5
 -  GLACIER ZWY
 4.2
 ROSS PEAK
85
85
Nil
Nil
9.49
9.41
9.37
9.34
10.31
10.24
10.20
10.17
f 12.51
12.44
f 12.40
12.37
12.14
12.05
12.00
11.57
16.41
16.33
16.28
16.25
20.36
20.26
20.20
20.15
not in excess of   A   rating for the ascending grade for the
units in consist on which the dynamic brakes are in effective operating condition. Footnotes, Page 5 and Item 3 of
Special  Instructions Page 21  are amended accordingly.
Assisting engines used between Beavermouth and Glacier must
be cut into train behind "A" rating tonnage for road engine.
Movements of assisting engines downgrade Glacier to Revelstoke or Stoney Creek to Beavermouth are limited to three
units when cut into train. Any additional  units must be
marshalled in accordance with Clause 3 Section G Form
CS 44 except that a combination of six units restricted to
twenty-four driving axles may be handled on head end of
trains Revelstoke to Glacier providing the tonnage does not
exceed "A" rating for five units.
On freight trains with four units or more, and having 3200
tons or more, empty freight cars must be marshalled behind
at least 15 loaded cars from engine.
Empty cars fifty-two feet or over must be marshalled toward
rear of train.
FOLLOWING TIMES FOR INFORMATION ONLY
No. 965 leave Field 2.30k arrive Revelstoke 8.50k.
No. 901  leave Field 7.55k arrive Revelstoke 13.20k.
No. 967 leave Field 14.30k arrive Revelstoke 20.25k.
No. 954 leave Revelstoke 11.40k arrive Field 16.40k.
No. 948 leave Revelstoke 17.10k arrive Field 22.20k.
No. 950 leave Revelstoke 20.10k arrive Field 2.30k.
	
—******	
23.19
23.30
23.50
17.34
17.42
17.57
6.36
6.42
7.02
13.35
13.41
14.15
8.43
8.47
9.07
5.05
5.11
5.25
19.26
19.32
19.45
f 15.12
15.18
s 15.38
14.47
14.52
s 15.05
77.8
80.0
85.5
SY
G
102
Nil
100
9.26
9.20
9.07
10.10
10.03
s   9.49
f 12.29
12.23
s 12.10
11.50
11.45
11.32
16.18
16.14
16.01
20.06
20.00
19.45
24.05
24.16
24.31
24.43
1.00
18.09
18.18
18.50
19.02
19.20
7.15
7.26
7.41
7.53
8.24
14.24
! 14.33
! 14.56
15.10
15.17
9.19
9.34
9.48
10.00
10.08
5.38
5.49
6.04
6.16
6.30
19.53
20.00
! 20.10
20.18
20.24
H5.49
f 15.57
f 16.08
16.18
s 16.33
15.13
15.20
15.30
15.40
15.53
1  89.7
93.2
98.2
102.1
104.8
MU
97
90
85
Nil
125
8.58
8.51
8.39
8.30
8.24
9.40
9.34
9.17
9.08
9.00
f 11.53
f 11.46
f 11.34
11.25
s 11.15
11.20
11.08
10.52
10.39
10.29
15.49
15.20
14.56
14.43
14.33
19.20
19.05
18.50
18.40
18.30
3.5
FLAT CREEK
- -	
5.0
 ILLECILLEWAET	
3.9
    DOWNIE   	
2.7
 ALBERT CANYON ZYW
5.3
    LAURETTA   	
5.0
    TWIN   BUTTE  	
4.4
0 r  GREELEY	
H                6.2
ul   REVELSTOKE   K
1.11
1.22
1.31
19.32
19.42
19.52
8.48
9.06
9.14
15.28
15.38
15.48
10.18
10.29
10.43
6.42
6.52
7.02
20.34
20.45
20.55
21.10
16.44
16.54
17.04
17.20
16.04
16.14
16.24
16.40
110.1
115.1
119.5
125.7
BY
86
86
88
Yard
8.14
8.03
7.53
7.40
8.48
8.38
8.29
8.15
11.04
f 10.53
10.43
10.30
10.18
10.05
9.55
14.23
14.10
14.00
18.20
18.10
18.00
Daily
77
Daily
75
Daily
71
Daily
967
Daily
901
Daily
965
Daily
1
Daily
7
Daily
5
Rule 93A applies between Field and Greeley.
Daily
2
Daily
4
Daily
8
Daily
954
Daily
948
Daily
950
ALSO SEE MOUNTAIN SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES PAGE S.
 TIME  TABLE  No.  91, APRIL 26th,  1964
MOUNTAIN SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES p.m>i„ibi. sP«d mil, p« h.«.
Maximum  Speed and  Permanent Slow Orders Located between
Field, mileage .0 and Golden, mileage 35.0	
Psgr.
35
Frt. ft Mls.d
30
Mileage     .0
„       11.4
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
15.3
17.0
20.1
26.5
26.7
29.4
29.5
31.8
31.8 and 35.0
7.4
11.5
15.4
31.7
26.5
26.7.
29.4.
29.5
31.8
(on curve)	
(on curve)	
WESTWARD ONLY
30
30
30
(bridge)
Golden, mileage 35.0 and Donold, mileage 51.5
30
15
30
15...
30
15...
30
50
.20
...15
J 5
...15
45
Mileage 38.0 and 42.0	
„      48.3 and 49.2	
Donald, mileage 51.5 and Glacier, mileage 85.5
45
45
40
30
Mileage 53.2
„ 54.0
„ 54.1
„ 57.1
„ 58.2
„ 58.6
„ 64.5
„ 68.9
„ 68.7
„ 72.2
„ 75.5
„ 76.3
80.0
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
54.0.
54.1.
57.1
58.2.
58.6
60.9
66.5
76.3
72.2
75.5.
76.4
76.5
85.0
EASTWARD ONLY
30
20...
35
30
20...
30
25.:..
.20
.20
25
.20
(on  curve).
(Connaught Tunnel).
Glacier, mileage 85.5 and Revelstoke, mileage 125.7
30
35
30
10.
30
35
.10
30
Mileage
85.5
92.2
95.6
96.2
99.5
102.4
110.0
111.5
122.3
123.8
123.9
125.0
and
and
and
and
104.8
95.6
96.2
99.5.
WESTWARD  ONLY..
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
107.0
111.4.
117.8..
123.8
123.9
125.0.
125.7...
30
20.
30
15
30
30
30
30
15
30
20
.20
.20
.15
15
20
Between Golden and Donald Special Instruction "A" is modified to read: "Freight and mixed trains are limited to forty five miles
per hour."
Except when weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection, trains 901, 948, 950, 954, 965 and 967 need not observe
Special Instruction "C" and other freight trains may run eighty miles without stopping for standing train inspection. Special
Instruction "C" is amended  accordingly.
Westward freight trains except No. 901, No. 965 and 967 must make one standing inspection at Leanchoil, Palliser or Glenogle
and one at Flat Creek, lllecillewaet or Albert Canyon.
Automatic Block Signal System between Field and Revelstoke.
Switch and derail—west end Field yard—Interlocked—Dual Control—Rule 104B applies.
Observance of Rule 99 by Eastward trains not required between Signals 12 and 02 Field.
Centralized Traffic Control between Signal 1191 Greeley and Signal 03 Shuswap Sub., Revelstoke yard, observance of Rule 99 not
required between Signal 1239 and Signal 16, Shuswap Sub., Revelstoke yard, provided Automatic Block Signal system is in operation.
Signals 852A and 852B Glacier and Signal 793 of Connaught are Stop Signals. When the Automatic Block Signal System is in operation
observance of Rule 99 by eastward trains between Signal 852A or 852B and Signal 798 and by westward trains between Signal 793
and Signal 851 is not required.
Trains will run to the right between signals 851 and 866 at Glacier. East and west ends are equipped with spring switches. Provided
the signal indication authorizes, speed of trailing movement through spring switch at east end must not exceed 20 miles per hour
until the leading wheels have passed through switch, after which speed is to be in accordance with that authorized by signal indication. When necessary to run to the left flag protection must be provided. Proceed indication on signals 865B and 852B will be
obtained by unlocking box marked "SWITCHES" located on relay case opposite signal 866 and on signal 852A and complying with
instructions posted therein.
ALSO SEE FOOTNOTES MOUNTAIN SUBDIVISION PAGE 4
SHUSWAP SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and  Permanent Slav Orders
Located between
Revelstoke, mileage .0 and Toft, mileage 23.9
Permissible  Spaed
Miles per Hour
Psgr.        Frt. & Mixed
40
35
Mileage .0 and .2 includes Public Crossing at grade,
McKenzie Ave., Revelstoke  *10 *10
0.2 and     3.1    35
3.1 and     4.6    30 25
2.0 and     8.5 EASTWARD ONLY 30
8.5 and   23.9 WESTWARD ONLY 30
10.5 and   16.6    35
16.6 and   16.8    30 30
16.8 and   23.9 _    35
Taft mileage 23.9 and Sicamous, mileage 44.7
50
45
28.6.
45
Mileage   23.9 and
„ 28.6 (on curve)    35.
34.2 and    36.7    35.
41.5 and    44.4    45
44.4 (bridge)...... _    30
Sicamous, mileage 44.7 and mileage 61.3 35
..30
.35
.30
30
Mileage    47.1  and    47.4..
47.4 and    52.0.
Mileage 61.3 and mileage 68.8
15.
30
60
.15
50
Mileage 68.8 and Chase, mileage 93.7
35
35
Mileage   70.6 and    79.8 EASTWARD ONLY 30
79.8 and    91.6 WESTWARD ONLY 30
82.5 and    86.5 - ~    30 30
Chase, mileage 937 and Kamloops, mileage 128.8 60 50
Mileage   98.0 and    98.1 „    40 35
100.0 and 101.1 «     35 30
„      111.7 and  113.7 i _ ,    50
„       123.2 and  123.7    40 30
127.0 and 127.3   (on curve)    40 30
„       128.4   (public crossing at grade
8th Ave., Kamloops)  •IO *10
'Until crossing is fully occupied.
Special instruction "A" is modified to read as follows:
"Freight and Mixed trains are limited to forty five miles per hour between Taft and Sicamous, fifty miles per hour between
mileage 61.3 and mileage 68.8 and  between Chase and  Kamloops/7
Except when weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection, trains 901, 948, 950, 954, 965 and 967 need  not
observe Special   Instruction "C" and other freight trains may run eighty miles without stopping for standing train inspection. Special  Instruction  "C" is  amended  accordingly.
Automatic Block Signal System between Revelstoke and Kamloops.
Centralized Traffic Control between Signal 246 Taft and Signal 1240, Mountain Sub., Revelstoke.
Special Instruction "D" applies at the following switches: Mile 1.2, 23.82 and 24.28.
Observance of Rule 99 is not required between Signal 1239 Mountain Sub. and Signal 16, Revelstoke yard, provided Automatic
Block Signal System is in operation.
End of two tracks. Pritchard—Spring Switch.
Canadian National westward trains may leave Campbell Creek without clearance.
Trains must obtain Clearance at Revelstoke.
All switching movements over McKenzie Avenue crossing, mileage 0.2 west end Revelstoke yard must be flagged by a member of
the crew.
Public crossing at grade, mileage 32.6 Malakwa, must be flagged by a member of the crew when occupying siding with crossing cut. In the event of cars being set out in the siding, they are to be kept back at least two hundred feet from the crossing.
Retaining valves must be used on 33 percent of the cars on freight trains on descending grades
if the tonnage is in excess of "A" rating for the ascending grades for the diesel units on which the dynamic brake is in
effective operating condition, unless the train is controlled with a pressure maintaining brake valve. Otherwise rules 34(a)
form 582 and 27 form 583 apply;
WESTWARD—Clanwilliam to Taft and Notch Hill to Stormont,
EASTWARD—Notch Hill to Tappen and Clanwilliam to Mileage 2.0,
ALSO SEE FOOTNOTES SHUSWAP SUBDIVISION PAGE 6
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6
TIME  TABLE  No.  91, APRIL 26th,   1964
WESTWARD TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
SHUSWAP
SUBDIVISION
tn
OK
c o
H
Ho
I
WW
EASTWARD TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTr
1 CLASS
THIRD CLASS
FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
THIRD CLASS
FOURTH
CLASS
91
Freight
Daily
Ex. Sat.
85
Freight
Daily
83
Freight
Daily
81
Freight
Daily
967
Freight
Daily
901
Freight
Daily
965
Freight
Daily
1
Psgr.
Daily
7
Ptgr.
Daily
5
Psgr.
Daily
4
Psgr.
Daily
2
Psgr.
Daily
8
Psgr.
Daily
954
Freight
Daily
948
Freight
Daily
950
Freight
Daily
90
Freight
Daily
Ex. Mon.
STATIONS
91 30
17.45
17.05
0
8.0
15.4
23.9
Ul
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Z
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tt.
u
o
-J
00
u
o
<
<
CC
r~<
O
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    REVELSTOKE    K
8.0
 CLANWILLIAM	
7.4
 THREE VALLEY	
BY
AF
Yard
160
169
204
7.30
7.20
10.05
	
20.40
13.10
6.25
24.01
19.30
12.50
9.25
22.15
f 18.35
17.50
8.5
      TAFT	
WY
6.12
6.25
f   9.10
9.25
14.10
16.05
5.25
A    A
20.48
20.56
21.05
21.12
21.20
13.18
13.26
13.42
13.50
13.57
6.33
6.41
6.50
6.55
7.02
24.09
24.17
24.26
24.31
24.38
19.38
19.46
19.54
20.01
20.10
12.58
13.06
13.14
13.20
13.32
9.33
9.41
9.50
9.57
10.04
22.21
22.27
22.34
22.38
22.48
18.42
f 18.48
f 18.55
f 18.59
s 19.07
17.57
18.06
18.13
18.18
s 18.25
28.3
32.6
37.5
41.1
44.7
   CRAIGELLACHIE    Z
43
 MALAKWA	
4.9
 CAMBIE	
3.6
  SOLSQUA  	
3.6
V  SICAMOUS      ZVW
Jet. Okanagan Sub.
 4.9	
  ANNIS  	
2.9
 MOWITCH	
4.8
  CANOE  Z
6.1
V SALMON ARM VZ
7.2
TAPPEN    „ ZY
RS
81
85
86
Nil
85
6.06
6.00
5.51
5.46
s   5.40
6.19
6.13
6.06
6.01
5.55
f   9.04
f   8.58
f   8.50
f   8.46
s   8.35
9.17
9.08
8.59
8.52
8.47
14.00
13.51
13.42
13.37
13.32
15.55
15.46
15.37
15.32
15.27
5.16
5.08
4.59
4.47
4.40
£
S
H
e
o
3S
■o
M
s
M
■
a
1
a
M
O
14.09
14.15
14.25
14.47
15.03
15.21
7.14
7.20
7.30
8.07s
00
8.20
8.38
24.50
24.56
1.06
1.28
1.41
1.58
20.22
20.28
20.38
20.50
21.02
21.20
13.44
13.50
14.00
14.12
14.30
14.45
10.16
10.22
10.32
10.44
10.56
11.15
22.59
23.05
23.13
s 23.25
23.37
23.46
19.19
19.25
f 19.34
s 19.50
20.02
20.12
18.36
18.42
18.51
s 19.10
19.22
19.32
49.6
52.5
57.3
63.4
70.6
75.4
NU
BN
88
Nil
77
90
108
86
5.28
5.23
5.14
s   5.05
4.49
4.41
5.44
5.38
5.29
s   5.20
5.04
4.56
8.20
8.13
s   8.05
s 7.50
7.35
7.26
8.35
8.29
8.19
8.07
7.50
7.38
13.20
13.14
13.04
12.52
12.30
12.20
15.15
15.09
14.59
14.47
14.30
14.15
e
2
H
e
o
1
>
J
3
M
C
a
a>
a
c
.5
O
4.8
 CARLIN	
4 4	
15.40
15.49
16.01
16.10
16.15
8.59
9.08
9.20
9.29
9.34
2.18
2.27
2.36
2.45
2.50
21.35
21.43
21.50
21.58
22.02
14.57
15.05
15.12
15.20
15.24
11.30
11.38
11.54
12.03
12.07
23.54
24.01
24.08
24.15
24.19
f 20.25
20.33
f 20.40
20.47
s 20.55
19.45
19.53
20.01
20.09
20.15
79.8
83.9
87.5
91.6
93.7
  NOTCH HILL    ZWY
AN
CH
KA
100
63
100
Nil
86
4.33
4.24
4.16
4.09
s   4.05
4.48
4.39
4.31
4.24
4.20
f   7.17
7.05
f   6.53
6.46
s   6.35
7.29
7.20
7.12
7.03
6.58
12.11
12.02
11.54
11.45
11.40
14.05
13.49
13.37
13.26
13.20
4.1
   ELSON   	
3.6
  SQUILAX  	
4.1
   STORMONT  	
21
  CHASE  ZWY
    K   X
16.24
16.35
16.46
16.55
17.05
17.20
9.43
9.54
10.05
10.14
10.24
10.40
2.59
3.10
3.21
3.30
3.40
3.55
22.11
22.22
22.33
22.42
22.52
23.10
15.31
15.40
15.47
15.54
16.00
16.15
12.16
12.24
12.35
12.44
12.56
13.10
24.26
24.36
24.43
24.50
24.56
1.10
21.03
f 21.13
21.24
21.32
21.38
21.50
20.21
20.30
20.39
20.46
20.56
21.10
99.3
104.6
111.6
117.2
123.0
128.8
   NESKAIN   	
77
Nil
E 83
W 79
Nil
Nil
Yard
3.58
3.50
3.41
3.35
3.29
3.20
4.13
4.05
3.55
3.50
3.44
3.35
6.28
6.20
6.11
6.05
5.59
5.50
6.49
6.40
6.30
6.21
6.12
6.00
11.34
11.26
11.16
11.08
10.59
10.50
13.14
13.06
12.56
12.48
12.39
12.30
5.3
  PRITCHARD  ZX
7.0
 MONTE CREEK .. ZVX
5.6
V CAMPBELL CREEK.    VX
Jet. CN.R.
5.8
    McCRACKEN   	
5.8
V  KAMLOOPS
Si
VTK
Daily
Ex. Sat.
91
Dally
85
Dally
83
Dally
81
Daily
967
Dally
901
Daily
965
Daily
1
Dally
7
Daily
5
Rule 93A applies between Taft and Pritchard
Dally
4
Daily
2
Daily
8
Daily
954
Daily
948
Daily
950
Daily
Ex. Mon.
90
•
ALSO SEE SHUSWAP SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES PAGE 2
FOLLOWING TIMES FOR INFORMATION ONLY
No. 965 leave Revelstoke 9.55k arrive Kamloops 14.50k.
No. 901 leave Revelstoke 13.55k arrive Kamloops 18.15k.
No. 967 leave Revelstoke 22.00k arrive Kamloops 3.00k.
No. 954 leave Kamloops 6.55k arrive Revelstoke 10.55k.
No. 948 leave Kamloops 11.50k arrive Revelstoke 15.50k.
No. 950 leave Kamloops 13.30k arrive Revelstoke 18.50k.
^ev
 TIME  TABLE
No.  91, APRIL 26th,  1964
7
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
i
E
e
J
i
1
3
OKANAGAN
SUBDIVISION
«
•1
OK
£ •
H5
£
9
a
a
/? •»
U O)
Um
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
E
Se
"■£
*£
H
36.4
36.1
30.3
26.1
22.7
16.9
10.6
6.9
21
.0
OSOYOOS
SUBDIVISION
Js
OR
SO
I
«3&
c
02
Nil
23
11
Nil
24
19
10
33
14
Yard
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH
CLASS
THIRD
CLASS
FOURTH
CLASS
79
Freight
Daily
Ex. Sun.
&Mon.
90
Freight
Daily
Ex. Mon.
91
Freight
Daily
Ex. Sun.
STATIONS
STATIONS
79.7
46.2
42.8
38.2
34.2
31.8
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7.45
8.05
8.20
1.40
1.50
2.00
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2.25
2.37
24.50
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9.10
9.22
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Rules 41 and 44 apply
Rule 93A applies
Rule 105A does not apply
OSOYOOS SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Permissible Speed
Maximum Speed and Permanent Slow Orders                                                                             Miies per Hour
Daily
Ex. Sun.
& Mon.
79
Daily
Ex. Mon.
90
Rules 41 and 44 apply between Sicamous and
Vernon.     Rule  93A  applies  between
Sicamous and Vernon
Daily
Ex. Sat.
91
OKANAGAN SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Located between
Penticton, mileage .0 and End oi
Mileage 18.5 (marked by slov
„       25.5 (marked by slov
Yard limits Penticton extent
kl/v    ImUr    s*M    i/AK/l    Isms*    ftlissU
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f signs)            ~	
All Trains
20
15
Maximum Speed and
Permanent Slow Orders
Located between
Sicamous. mileaae .0 and Vernon, mileaae 46.2	
Permissible Speed
Mile* per Hoar
Psgr.         Fit. & Mxd.
35                   30
25 25
15 15
25 25
25 25
10 10
25 25
25 25
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1 to yard limit sign south of Skaha.
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3.0	
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Movements over crossing on spur at Mileage 10.38 must be manually flagged.
Switching movements in and out of Oliver house track must be manually protected.
The sounding of the regulation crossing whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited over crossings at Winnipeg
St., Martin St., and Lakeshore Drive. Movements over Winnipeg St. crossing are restricted to four
miles per hour and air must be cut in and working at all times on all freight movements on town lead
Penticton, from main track to barge slip.
Movements over town lead crossings Penticton must be surrounded with utmost caution.
All movements must be brought to a stop and flagged by a member of the crew before proceeding
narked by slow sig
9.2	
IIS)	
„      3.0 and
„      25.3     (
Armstrong Yard, ov
mileage 31.72, mi
Mileage 32.55 an
38.6 and
marked by slow signs) ~	
er and between public crossings at grade
leage 31.9, mileage 32.05, mileage 32.55,	
d 33.5	
39.1	
Vernon Yard, over and between public crossings at grade Thirty Second St.,
mileaae 46.6 and Thirty Second Ave., mileaae 46.15	
Over and between all other public crossings at grade Vernon Yard     10 10
Running switches must not be made over any public crossings at grade within the
boundaries of the City of Vernon.
Rail diesel cars may exceed authorized passenger train speeds by ten miles per hour on straight track.
All other speed restrictions must be observed.
Trains handling cars 376000-017 inclusive must not exceed speed of 25 miles per hour.
Siding Vernon is located immediately east of the main track and extends from north
switch located fifty-five feet south of 37th Ave., mileage 45.9 to south switch located
207 feet south of Barnard Ave., mileage 46.27.
Siding Armstrong extends from north main track switch to crossover north of station.
Canadian National Railways time table governs on joint track between Vernon and Kelowna.
over crossings on town lead at Lakeshore Drive, Eckhardt Ave. West, Westminster Ave. West, Wade
Ave., Haynes St., Martin St., and Rigsby St.
Engines must not operate over slip apron, Penticton.
 TIME  TABLE  No.  91, APRIL 26th,   1964
NORTHWARD   TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
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8.4
4.9
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SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
NEW WESTMINSTER ..ZK
3.5
 FRASER MILLS Z
4.9
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Rules 41 and 44 apply
Rule 93A applies
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SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
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WESTMINSTER SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permanent Slow Orders
Located between
Coquitlam, mileage .0 and mileage 7.3
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
30
Mileage 7.3 and New Westminster, mileage 8.4
10
Trains handling cars 376000-017 inclusive..
Diesel units class DRS-24 must not operate.
Auxiliary crane 414477 must not operate.
20
At New Westminster, all engines are prohibited from using Tracks 1 and 3 Pacific
Coast Terminal dock.
RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
Mileage 6.4   Great Northern Railway—Interlocking—Automatic.
„       6.9   Great Northern Railway—Interlocking—Automatic.
„       8.3    B.C. Electric Railway—Not Interlocked.
„       8.35 Canadian National Railways—Not Interlocked.
New Westminster Yard
B.C. Electric Railway—Not Interlocked.
Crossing main lead to Canadian Pacific Railway yard north of Queensboro St.
B.C. Electric Railway—Not Interlocked.
Gilley Bros. Spur crossing lead to Pacific Coast Terminal dock.
B.C. Electric Railway—Not Interlocked.
Canadian Pacific Railway crossing to stock track and two other yard tracks
immediately west of Canadian Pacific Railway stock yards.
Canadian Notional Railways—Not Interlocked.
Canadian Pacific Railway spur to B.C. Cement crossing Canadian  National
Railways.
King Edward Ave. Crossing, Mileage 4.9 must not be blocked by switching or standing
trains between 6.30k and 6.45k or between 15.00k and 15.15k.
NORTHWARD  TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
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Rules 41 and 44 apply
Rule  93A applies
MISSION SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Located between All Trains
Mission City, mileage .0 and Huntingdon, mileage 10.1         30
Mileage   .8   Drawbridge—Not Interlocked —         10
„      1.5   Passing the governing approach signal Canadian
National Railways crossing at grade        15
„      4.0   Approaching and within 500 feet of home signal B.C.
Electric Railway crossing at grade        15
m      6.59 Public crossing at grade, Essendene Ave., Abbotsford       10
„      8.0   On spurs of Pacific Milk Plant  6
„    10.1    Public Crossing at grade, Fourth St. Huntingdon        10
When making back-up movements  6
Huntingdon—On both legs of wye  5
Trains handling cars 376000-017 inclusive        20
Diesel units class DRS-24 must not operate.
Auxiliary crane 414477 must not operate.
Northward trains will sound six long whistles at mileage 2.2 to give Drawbridge
Operator, mileage .8, sufficient time to clear traffic off bridge before arrival
of train.
Railway Crossings at Grade:
CN. Rys. mileage 1.5 Interlocking-Automatic.
B.C.E. Ry. mileage 4.0 Interlocking.
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26th,
1964
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THOMPSON SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
SECOND CLASS
FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
SECOND CLASS
FOURTH CLASS
901
Freight
Dolly
965
Freiflht
Doily
967
Freight
Daily
7
Ptgr.
Dolly
5
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Daily
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Psgr.
Daily
2
Psgr.
DaUy
954
Freight
DaUy
948
Freight
Daily
950
Freight
DaUy
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Freight
Daily
86
Freight
Daily
88
Freight
Dolly
Maximum Speed and Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Kamloops, mileage .0 and Tranquille, mileage 8.6	
Mileage .1 (public crossing at grade
3rd Ave., Kamloops)  	
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Psgr.  Frt. & Mxd.
40             tt
STATIONS
16.55
14.25
2.50
22.10
21.25
1.15
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5.20
3.00
3.30
5.40
10.05
11.40
9.50
16.45
21.30
....   10	
...10
4.3
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5 10
2 50
3.20
5 32
9 55
11 30
9 40
16 35
21 20
Tranquille, mileage 8.6 and mileage 19.8 	
Mileage   8.7 and 10.4	
„      10.4 and 13.6 	
„      13.6 and 15.5	
„      18.7 and 19.3 	
40
30
17.15
14.45
3.10
22.27
21.42
1.32
8.6
16.9
25.2
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    MUNRO   	
8 3
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6.9
   WALHACHIN
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    SEMLIN   	
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85
85
5.03
2.43
3.10
5.22
9.47
11.22
9.32
16.27
21.12
....   30
....   25	
....   30
....   35
25
17.35
17.52
15.05
15.22
3.30
3.47
22.45
|s 23.01
22.00
22.16
1.50
2.07
4.43
t   4.28
2.25
2.07
2.52
2.37
5.02
4.45
9.27
9.10
11.02
10.45
9.12
8.55
16.07
15.50
20.52
20.35
18.05
15.35
4.30 1
00
123.15
22.30
2.25
32.1
3
Ui
85
S  4.15
1.55
2.25
4.30
8.55
10.30
8.40
15.35
20.20
Mileage 19.8 and mileage 22.8
Mileage 21.6 and 21.9	
40
...   20	
35
.20
18.18
15.48
4.48
23.26
22.41
2.36
38.5
85
4.05
1.45
2.15
4.18
8.43
10.18
8.28
15.18
20.08
18.35
16.05
5.05
s 23.45
s 23.00 s
2.53
47.3
1
V             ASHCROFT           VZ
Q
85
s   3.45
s    1.30
1.59
4.00
8.25
10.00
8.10
15.00
19.50
Mileage 22.8 and mileage 26.7
45
35
18.43
18.51
19.06
19.25
16.13
16.21
16.36
17.05
5.13
5.21
5.36
5.55
51.6
55.9
64.0
72.8
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4.3
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RN
Nil
85
85
85
3.16
3.08
2.53
s   2.35
1.17
1.10
24.50
s 24.35
1.50
1.43
1.28
1.13
3.50
3.40
3.25
2.58
8.15
8.06
7.50
7.31
9.46
9.36
9.20
9.00
7.56
7.46
7.31
7.10
14.51
14.41
14.26
14.05
19.35
19.25
19.06
18.43
Mileage 26.7 and mileage 30.0
Mileage 30.0 and mileage 34.7
Mileage 34.7 and mileage 48.6
Mileage 34.7 and 36.8	
„      43.2 and 43.8 	
Mileage 48.6 and Spences Bridge, mileage 72.8
Mileage 48.6 and 50.7	
„      53.5 and 54.7	
35
50
45
...   30	
...   25	
40
35
...   30	
35
35
35
.30
25
35
.30
24.00
24.14
s 24.35
23.15
23.29
s 23.50
3.08
3.25
3.43
4.3
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    DRYNOCH   	
6.3
THOMPSON 	
4.5
GLADWIN   	
19.42
19.55
17.22
17.35
6.15
6.35
24.57
1.10
24.10
24.23
4.00
4.13
79.3
85.6
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85
85
2.08
1.55
24.10
23.51
24.57
24.45
2.38
2.25
7.13
7.00
8.40
8.25
6.50
6.35
13.39
13.25
18.29
18.15
20.05
17.45
6.50
1.20
24.35
4.23
90.1
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64
1.45
23.41
24.35
2.15
6.50
8.15
6.20
13.15
18.05
„      56.9 and 58.9 	
...   35
20.15
20.25
20.37
17.55
18.05
18.18
7.05
7.15
7.43
s 1.35
1.50
2.00
s 24.50
1.20
1.32
4.33
4.43
4.55
94.9
99.6
103.9
4.8
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4.3
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6 9
NY
85
46
85
s 1.35
1.20
1.08
s 23.31
23.21
23.13
24.21
24.11
24.03
2.05
1.50
1.32
6.40
6.28
6.18
8.05
7.53
7.43
6.10
5.55
5.45
13.05
12.53
12.43
17.55
17.38
17.28
„      64.5 and 64.7 	
„      64.7 and 69.5 	
Spences Bridge, mileage 72.8 and
North Bend, mileage 121.5
...   20	
...   35
35
.20
30
20.55
21.10
18.35
18.50
8.05
8.20
f   2.18
2.30
1.48
2.00
5.13
5.25
110.8
116.5
    KEEFERS 	
5.7
CHAUMOX 	
5.0
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85
85
f 24.52
24.40
22.57
22.45
23.47
23.35
1.10
24.57
6.00
5.47
7.25
7.12
5.13
4.52
12.25
12.12
17.10
16.57
Mileage 74.8 and 77.7	
„      77.7 and 77.9 	
„      77.9 and 78.3 	
...   30
..;  io	
30
10
21.20
19.00
8.30
2.40
2.10
Daily
5
5.35
121.31
B
Yard
24.30
22.35
23.25
24.45
5.35
7.00
4.40
12.00
16.45
87.8 and 87.9 (on curve) 	
„      90.4 and 90.7 	
91.9 and 92.2 (on curve) 	
„      96.0 and 96.3 	
98.2 and 98.3 (on curve) 	
30
...   25	
30
...   20	
...   30
25
.20
Dally
901
Dolly
965
Daily
967
Doily
7
Dally
1
Rule 45 applies between mileage 71.5 and Spences
Bridge. Rule 93A applies between Tranquille and
North  Bend
Dally
8
Daily
4
Daily
2
Dally
954
Daily
948
Doily
950
Daily
84
Dally
86
Doily
88
THOMPSON SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Passenger and freight equipment 85 feet long or over must not be moved through west end Tank Track 3 North Bend.
Between Kamloops and Tranquille and between mileage 19.8 and Spences Bridge Special Instruction "A" is modified to read:
"Freight and mixed trains are limited to thirty-five miles per hour and must not make any one mile in less than 1 minute and thirty
seconds/1
Except when weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection, trains 901, 948, 950, 954, 965 and 967 need not observe
Special Instruction "C" and other freight trains may run eighty miles without  stopping  for  standing  train  inspection.  Special
Instruction "C" is amended accordingly.
Automatic Block Signal System between Kamloops and North Bend.
End of two tracks Tranquille—Spring Switch.
First class trains will register at North Bend by register ticket.
„    100.3 and 100.7 (on curve) 	
„    102.5 and 102.7 	
,    108.7 and 109.8 	
...   30
...   10	
...   20	
.10
20
FOLLOWING TIMES FOR INFORMATION ONLY
No. 967 leave Kamloops 3.50k arrive North Bend 10.40k.
No. 965 leave Kamloops 15.35k arrive North Bend 20.05k.
No. 901 leave Kamloops 18.55k arrive North Bend 23.25k.
No. 954 leave North Bend 2.10k arrive Kamloops 6.25k.
No. 948 leave North Bend 7.00k arrive Kamloops 11.20k.
1	
No. 950 leave North Bend 8.30k arrive Kamloops 13.00k.
 10
TIME  TABLE  No.  91, APRIL 26th,   1964
CASCADE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
North Bend, mileage .0 and mileage 27.2
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Psgr. Frt. & Mxd.
30 30
Mileage
2.8 and
3.7
a
7.2 and
7.5
a
9.5 and
10.2
a
11.1 and
11.6
a
25.7 and 26.7
a
26.7 and 27.2
27.2 Over and between public crossings at grade, Douglas St., Yale
Mileage 27.2 and mileage 52.0
20
20
20
20
20
10
60
Mileage 52.0 and mileage 63.3
70
Mileage 63.3 and mileage 116.7
60
63.9
68.2
68.4
70.8
and
and
and
and
71.2 and
75.0 and
81.0
83.4
87.0
and
and
65.2
68.4
70.8
71.2
75.0
77.9
81.2
83.6
Mileage 63.3 and 63.9 WESTWARD TRACK   25
EASTWARD TRACK  40
  50
(Drawbridge—Interlocked)   25
  50
(on curve)   45
  55
  50
(on curve)  50
(on curve)  55
Public crossing at grade Home Ave., Mission City MAIN TRACKS *30
OTHER TRACKS 10
88.6 (on curve)  55
92.2 (on curve)  55
93.8  55
99.6 WESTWARD ONLY  30
102.7  50
102.8 WESTWARD ONLY  30
105.3  50
109.9 Drawbridge—Interlocked  25
112.2  30
113.1  20
„     112.8 Public crossing at grade
WESTWARD on main track and yard lead,
approaching and within 500 feet of crossing   *15
EASTWARD on yard lead,
approaching and within 900 feet of crossing   30
IOCO INDUSTRIAL SPUR, from junction mileage 115.0	
Mileage 116.7 and Vancouver, mileage 129.0  45
88.5
92.0
93.3
99.1
101.5
102.7
102.8
109.6 and
110.2 and
112.2 and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
*10
10
.20
.20
20
.20
.20
10
35
Mileage 27.2 and 31.5  50
36.5 and 38.0  35
38.0 and 42.0  30.
42.0 and 42.8  35
50.5 and 51.8  45
51.3 and 51.8 EASTWARD ONLY   35
30
45
45
25
40
15
*30
10
30
30
15
30
20
*15
30
20
40
*10
10
Mileage 118.1   (on curve)     40
„       126.9 Public crossing at grade, Victoria Drive, Vancouver   *15 *15
„       127.0 Public crossing at grade, Salisbury Drive, Vancouver   *10 *10
„       127.5 Public crossing at grade, Rogers Street, Vancouver 	
„       128.4 Public crossing at grade, Gore Ave., Vancouver ,	
Trains moving against the current of traffic over public crossings at grade
Mileage 102.8 Ontario St., Haney
„       105.1  Port Hammond
116.0 Kyle St., Port Moody 10 10
"Until crossing is fully occupied.
North Bend—Passenger and freight equipment 85 feet long or over must not be moved through west end Tank
Track 3.
Vancouver Yard—Dome cars and steel cabooses must not be moved through station track No. 01.
Tri-level flats and high and wide loads must not be handled on station tracks Nos. 01 to 04.
Special instruction "A" is modified to read: "Between mileage 27.2 and mileage 52.0 freight and mixed trains are
limited to 35 miles per hour and must not make any one mile in less than 1 minute and 30 seconds, between mileage
52.0 and mileage 116.7, 45 miles per hour and between mileage 116.7 and Vancouver 40 miles per hour and must
not make any one mile in less than 1 minute and 20 seconds/'
Except when weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection trains 901, 948, 950, 954, 965 and 967
need not observe Special Instruction "C" and other freight trains may run eighty miles without stopping for standing train inspection. Special Instruction "C" is amended accordingly.
AUTOMATIC BLOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM:
EASTWARD:     Between signal  1280 and block end sign mileage 106.9.
Between signal 898 and block end sign located at east yard limit sign Mission City.
Between signal 698 and block end sign mileage 66.9.
Between signal 498 and North Bend.
WESTWARD:    Between  North Bend and block end sign mileage 49.8.
Between signal 669 and block end sign  mileage 69.8.
Between signal 849 and block end sign located at west yard limit sign Mission City.
Between signal  1069 and block end sign mileage 128.8.
Signals 1269, 1273 and 1275 are located on south side of eastward track.
CENTRALIZED TRAFFIC CONTROL between:
Westward  signal   1083,  Pitt  River and   Eastward  signal   1132,  Cassin,   controlled   by   Operator,   "YD"   office,
Coquitlam. Observance of Rule 99 not required within these limits provided ABS in operation. Special Instruction
"D" applies at switches Fl, F2 and F3.
Spring switch—East End "A" yard Coquitlam, mileage 110.2. Provided the signal indication authorizes, trailing
movements through this switch must not exceed twenty miles per hour until the leading wheels have passed through
the switch, after which speed is to be in accord with the signal indication.
Drawbridge—Mileage 68.3—Interlocking and
Drawbridge—Mileage   109.7—Interlocking—When  governing signal is at stop indication
and no indication of bridge being opened, engineman will sound whistle signal 14 (j)  to call bridge tender from
his dwelling. If bridge tender fails to appear trainman will check to see that no person is in bridge tower, that swing
span is closed and track wedges in place, check for broken rail or obstruction on bridge and if all clear, train may
proceed at restricted speed on hand signal from trainman.
Railway Crossing at Grade—Great Northern Ry. Mileage 127.7. Interlocking—Semi-Automatic.
When governing signal is at Stop and no conflicting movement is evident, a member of the crew must assure himself that gates on GN Ry. are set against movements on that track after which train may proceed at restricted
speed to the next signal.
End of Two Tracks—Ruby Creek—Spring Switch. Provided the signal indication authorizes, speed of trailing movements through this Switch must not exceed twenty miles per hour until the leading wheels have passed through the
Switch, after which speed is to be in accordance with that authorized by the signal indication. Eastward signal
478 is dwarf type, Rules 281 and 285 apply.
End of Two Tracks—Pitt River.
End of Two Tracks—Cassin.
Yard limits Vancouver extend to yard limit sign located at mileage 123.9.
Eastward main track commences and westward main track ends at crossover switch mileage 128.8 Vancouver.
First class trains will register at North Bend by register ticket.
At Coquitlam, "YD" Telegraph office is located in yard office building. Train Register, Standard Clock and Bulletin
Book located in this office. Trains originating and terminating Coquitlam will register in this office and trains
originating will obtain clearance and may leave Pitt River or Cassin, as the case may be, without clearance.
Eastward trains except first class will record departure time from Coquitlam in register book located at East end "A"
yard, Coquitlam.
Provided fixed signals indicate proceed, movements may be made with the current of traffic between signal 1243
and block end sign located at mileage 128.8 and between signal 1280 Vancouver and signal 1248. Such movements
may be made on the time of superior trains provided they are kept sufficiently clear to avoid delay.
Third paragraph of Rule 97 applies between Cassin and Vancouver.
Derail located at East end Westward Siding, Harrison Mills.
AUTOMATIC CROSSING GATES—MISSION CITY. Trains intending to stop before reaching Home Ave. crossing must
not exceed 15 miles per hour between signs marked "Start Crossing" and "Clearance." The crossing signals will
then not operate until train passes "clearance" sign. Under these conditions 15 miles per hour must not be exceeded until train reaches crossing. Moves over crossing on any track must not be made until gates are down.
Manual control boxes on north side control westward track. Manual control boxes on south side control eastward track.
Push button marked "Stop" to clear gates.  Push button marked "Start" to restore gates to automatic operation.
ALSO SEE FOOTNOTES CASCADE SUBDIVISION  PAGE 11
 TIME  TABLE
No.  91, APRIL 26th,
1964
11
WESTWARD TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
If
CASCADE
SUBDIVISION
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C
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EASTWARD TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
SECOND CLASS
FIRST CLASS
FIRST CLASS
SECOND CLASS
85
Freight
Doily
83
Freight
Dally
81
Freight
Doily
901
Freight
Doily
965
Freight
Doily
967
Freight
Daily
1
Psgr.
Dally
7
Psgr.
Dolly
5
Psgr.
Daily
4
Psgr.
Daily
2
Psgr.
Dally
8
Psgr.
Dally
948
Freight
Daily
950
Freight
Daily
954
Freight
Daily
STATIONS
17.00
17.15
17.40
17.50
18.10
8.15
8.30
8.55
9.05
9.25
24.55
1.10
1.40
1.50
2.10
21.50
22.10
22.43
23.31
23.48
19.40
19.55
20.20
20.30
20.49
9.30
9.45
10.05
10.15
10.35
5.40
5.55
6.18
6.28
6.45
2.55
f   3.10
f   3.34
3.44
f 4.05
2.25
2.40
3.04
3.14
3.32
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6.2
15.5
20.1
27.1
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79
85
83
90
22.25
22.10
21.46
21.36
21.20
23.20
23.06
22.43
22.33
22.17
24.20
f 24.05
f 23.41
23.31
f23.14
5.15
5.00
4.35
4.25
4.05
7.00
6.45
6.18
6.00
5.43
24.55
24.40
24.15
24.05
23.48
	
93
  SPUZZUM  W
4.6
 SADDLE ROCK	
7.0
  YALE  V
 6.8	
  CHOATE 	
6.2
   HAIG 	
1.5
   ODLUM  	
3.3
  KATZ 	
 3 1
  RUBY CREEK VZYXW
10.9
  AGASSIZ              ZX
18.24
18.37
18.41
18.47
9.39
9.52
9.56
10.02
2.24
2.37
2.41
2.47
24.00
24.12
24.15
24.23
21.07
21.22
21.25
21.45
10.49
11.02
11.05
11.12
6.57
7.09
7.11
7.16
4.17
4.29
4.32
4.39
3.45
3.57
4.00
4.07
33.9
40.1
41.6
44.9
85
85
Nil
58
21.07
20.55
20.52
20.46
22.05
21.53
21.50
21.45
23.02
f 22.50
22.47
22.41
3.45
3.23
3.20
3.12
5.31
5.18
5.15
5.07
23.36
23.23
23.20
23.12
	
18.55
19.15
19.40
19.56
10.10
10.30
10.55
11.11
2.55
3.15
3.40
3.56
24.30
24.48
1.00
1.16
1.23
1.33
22.00
22.20
22.35
22.51
22.58
23.08
11.20
11.40
11.55
12.11
12.18
12.28
7.22
* 7.36
7.47
8.01
f   4.45
s   5.05
5.18
5.30
5.35
s   5.50
4.13
s   4.35
4.48
5.00
5.05
s   5.20
48.0
58.9
68.1
76.7
81.6
87.3
GS
RA
Yard
E57
W85
E54
W58
E59
W70
Nil
E85
Will
20.40
s 20.25
20.13
19.59
21.40
*21.26
21.14
21.03
f 22.35
$22.15
22.00
21.49
3.05
2.48
2.35
2.19
2.11
2.00
5.00
4.28
4.15
3.59
3.51
3.40
23.05
22.48
22.35
22.19
22.11
22.00
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8.6
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4.9
    DEWDNEY   	
5.7
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 6.5	
   RUSKIN   X
9.0
  HANEY ZX
2.3
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20.15
11.30
4.15
s   8.14
s 19.45
$20.50
s21.35
20.25.
20.40
20.45
20.50
11.40
11.55
12.00
12.05
4.25
4.40
4.45
4.50
1.43
1.59
2.04
2.10
23.18
23.34
23.39
23.45
12.38
12.53
12.59
13.05
8.22
8.33
8.36
8.41
s   8.50
8.52
6.01
s   6.12
* 6.16
6.21
s   6.50
6.52
5.31
* 5.42
* 5.46
5.51
s   6.20
6.22
93.8
102.8
105 J
108.4
112.5
113.1
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MD
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70
64
Nil
Nil
Yard
Nil
19.32
19.21
19.18
19.13
s 19.05
18.57
20.40
20.29
20.25
20.20
• 20.12
20.07
21.16
$21.05
21.01
20.56
$ 20.48
20.37
1.44
1.30
1.25
1.20
3.24
3.10
3.05
3.00
21.44
21.30
21.25
21.20
 	
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3.3
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4.1
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9.01
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6.56
7.01
7.30
6.26
6.31
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80
18.54
18.49
18.30
20.04
19.57
19.40
20.34
20.29
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Doily
85
Dolly
83
Dolly
81
Dolly
901
Doily
965
Daily
967
Dolly
1
Daily
7
Daily
5
Rale 9SA applies between
North Bend and Ruby Creek
Daily
4
Daily
2
Doily
8
Daily
948
Dally
950
Daily
954
CASCADE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Movements on Spur, mileage 41.6, must be made at restricted speed and not in excess of 15 miles per hour.
Cars must not be dropped in Morrow's Spur and McMahon's Spur, Mission City.
Account diesel water supply at Ruby Creek not always suitable it should be used only in extreme emergency.
ALSO SEE CASCADE SUBDIVISION  FOOTNOTES  PAGE  10
^Following trains will stop to allow revenue passengers to entrain and detrain:
No. 5 at Haney and Port Hammond for passengers from Kamloops or east.
No. 7 at Port Hammond for passengers from Kamloops and east.
No. 1 and No. 2 at Agassiz for passengers to or from Calgary and east.
FOLLOWING TIMES FOR INFORMATION ONLY
No. 967 leave North Bend 11.40k arrive Coquitlam 15.40k.
No. 965 leave North Bend 20.45k arrive Coquitlam 1.30k.
No. 901 leave North Bend 24.25k arrive Coquitlam 4.50k.
No. 954 leave Coquitlam 22.10k arrive North Bend 1.40k.
No. 948 leave Coquitlam 2.30k arrive North Bend 6.30k.
No. 950 leave Coquitlam 4.00k arrive North Bend 8.00k.
 12
TIME  TABLE  No.  91, APRIL 26th,   1964
WESTWARD TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
81
Freight
Tues.
Thur.
Sat.
91
Freight
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
9.00
6.30
6.40
7.00
7.22
12.01
12.10
12.20
12.35
13.01
13.30
14.00
Tues.
Thur.
Sat.
81
9.25
9.35
9.55
10.10
10.25
10.40
10.55
11.10
11.28
11.48
12.04
12.30
12.42
13.00
13.10
13.25
13.50
13.55
14.05
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
91
E
2
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J
i
.0
1.0
6.8
9.5
15.5
20.2
25.5
PRINCETON
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
32.4
38.8
45.7
53.3
60.1
65.2
70.5|
75.2
82.3
86.3
93.0
103.0
105.0
108.7
112.9
120.2
128.8
138.1
140.2
142.9
148.5
157.6
167.6
177.8
  PENTICTON  .ZYK
Jet. Osoyoos Sub.
1.0
.   WEST PENTICTON   	
5.8
 WINSLOW	
2.7
WEST SUMMERLAND .. Z
6.0
   FAULDER  	
4.7
  CRUMP 	
5.3
  KIRTON  ZY
-6.9-
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O   M
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  THIRSK	
6.4
OSPREY LAKE  Z
6.9
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7.6
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-6.8-
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5.1
..   BELFORT   	
5.3
PRINCETON  ZY
4.7
  PARR	
7.1
COALMONT  Z
-4.0-
  TULAMEEN   Z
6.7
 MANNING	
10.0
 THALIA	
2.0
  SPEARING 	
3.7
  BROOKMERE ..ZWK
4.2
  BRODIE  Z
7.3
   KINGSVALE  Z
8.6
....  GLENWALKER  	
9.3
  MERRITT  ZY
2.1
  COUTLEE 	
2.7
   COYLE 	
5.6
  CANFORD 	
9.1
   DOT 	
10.0
  CLAPPERTON 	
10.2
SPENCES BRIDGE .ZYK
Jet. Thompson Sub.
ws
OD
BR
MR
RN
Yard
Nil
70
24
70
Nil
35
34
Nil
35
35
33
40
46
Nil
33
44
70
26
56
Yard
Nil
24
35
70
7
8
31
31
30
Yard
Rule 41 applies
Rule 44 applies between  Brookmere and
Spences Bridge
Rule 45 applies between mileage 176.5 and
Spences Bridge
Rule 93A applies
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
PRINCETON SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permanent Slow Orders
Located Between
Penticton, mileage .0 and mileage 44.0	
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Psgr. Frt. & Mxd.
40
Mileage
.0 and 25.5 EASTWARD ONLY
.0 and    1.5 -	
3.0 and 10.5
10.5 and 12.5
12.5 and 13.0
15.0 and 26.0
26.0 and 28.5
29.5 and 30.5
33.0 and 38.0
38.4 and 39.1 .
41.0 and 42.0
30
30
25
35
30
35
30
30
15.
35
Mileage   44.0 and Mileage 46.0        35 ..
Mileage   46.0 and 59.5
30
Mileage   59.5 and 60.1  ,       35..
Mileage   60.1 and 62.5        35...
Mileage   62.5 and 64.5
25
Mileage   64.5 and 68.5
30
Mileage   68.5 and 69.3        25...
Mileage   69.3 westward only (public crossing at grade)        10...
Princeton, mileage 70.5 and mileage 72.5       25 .
Mileage   72.5 and mileage 75.0
35
Mileage   75.0 and Brookmere, Mileage 108.7       50
Mileage
75.0 and
80.0 and
81.0 and
83.5 and
86.0 and
101.0 and 102.7
102.7 (Bridge) ....
102.7 and 104.0
104.0 and 105.5
80.0
81.0
83.5
84.0
89.5
30
40
35
45
35
30
20
30
35
Brookmere, mileage 108.7 and Brodie, mileage 112.9
40
Brodie, mileage 112.9 and Spences Bridge, mileage 177.8       35.
Mileage 112.7
114.2
115.8
116.3
117.9
120.4
121.4
124.7
125.4
138.1
142.0
149.1
151.5
153.5
154.7
159.6
161.5
163.0
165.3
165.8
166.7
168.1
170.5
171.6
172.5
174.3
175.0
and 112.9
and 120.6
and 121.6
and 125.8	
(on Nicola Spur)
and 151.7
and 159.8
and 161.9
and 163.3
and 165.4
and 166.2
and 166.9
and 170.9
and 171.8
and 172.7
and 174.5
and 175.1
15
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
15.
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
15
30
30
30
20
30
30
30
30
30
Diesel units, unless otherwise restricted between Penticton and Osprey Lake
40
30
20
.25
15
30
30
30
20
20
20
20
10
Mileage   69.3 and Princeton, mileage 70.5 including public crossing at grade mileage 70.2      25 20
25
30
.30
20
30
25
.15
15
15
20
Trains handling loaded cars series 370-377 inclusive  25
Rail  diesel  cars  may exceed  authorized  passenger train  speeds by ten  miles  per hour on  straight track.  All  other speed
restrictions must be observed.
Empty cars fifty-two feet or over must be marshalled toward rear of train.
Nicola spur is included in Merritt yard limits.
See special instructions Page 21, regarding 2 percent grades, etc.
Rule 105A does not apply at Coyle and Coutlee.
All trains will obtain clearance at Brookmere.
 TIME TABLE  No. 91, APRIL 26th,  1964
13
VICTORIA SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permanent Slow Orders
Located between
Victoria/ mileage .0 and Courtenay/ mileage 139.7
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Frt. fir
RDC   Psgr. Mixed
45       35       25
Victoria, Mileage .0 Switching movements on Store St	
Mileage .1  Over approaches and span, Johnson St. bridge	
Mileage .6 and 7.1  On curves	
Mileage .9  Public crossing at grade Esquimalt Rd. and within
400 feet either side of crossing 	
Mileage 1.8  Public crossing at grade Lampson St	
Goldstream, Mileage 10.7 and
Shawnigan, Mileage 27.8	
Goldstream, Mileage 10.7 and
Malahat, Mileage 20.0 SOUTHWARD
Goldstream, Mileage 10.7 and
Shawnigan, Mileage 27.8 NORTHWARD
Mileage 12.6 and 16.2 On curves	
Mileage 16.2  On curves	
Mileage 23.2 and 25.9 On curves
Mileage 33.0 and 36.4 On curves	
Mileage 36.4 and 36.8 On curves	
Mileage 39.7 (Southward Trains only)      From circuit end signs located approximately 250
feet north of public crossing at grade	
Mileage 40.0  From circuit end signs located approximately 350
feet each side of public crossing at grade 	
Mileage 44.0  On curve	
Mileage 59.6  Approaching  and  within  500  feet  of  governing
home signals Comox Logging and Railway Company crossing at grade 	
Mileage 64.0 and 67.2 On curves	
Mileage 67.2 and 68.2 Abandoned mine 	
Mileage 68.2 and 71.8 On curves	
Mileage 71.8  Public crossing at grade	
Mileage 72.2, 72.3, 72.4, 72.6, 72.7,
72.71, 72.8  Public crossings at grade	
Mileage 73.0 and 73.4 Public crossings at grade	
WELLCOX  Movements over slip and on ship, on flashing green
or yellow signal 	
Speed must be further reduced on steady yellow
signal to avoid overspeed impact on coupling. After
apron is cleared on shoreward movements the
movement may be made at restricted speed.
Engines switching assembly dock must STOP at
signs 25 feet on either side of Parks-Eureka log
haul drawbridge. If not clear, sound one long
whistle.
Mileage 95.28 Public crossing at grade and from circuit end signs
located approximately 500 feet on each side of
6
8
25
*10
*10
25
20
25
25
20
no
25
15
25
20
25
*10
*10
10
crossing	
Mileage 101.6 and 139.7 Diesel units other than Road Diesel
no
6
8
25
*10
no
30       30
25
20
25
25
15
no
10
15
25
10
25
*10
*10
10
*10
20
6
8
*10
no
15
15
20
15
*5
no
10
15
10
*io
*io
10
no
20
* Until crossing is fully occupied.
Retaining valves must be used on 33 percent of the cars on freight trains descending grades Malahat to Gold-
stream and Malahat to Shawnigan.
At Wellcox one diesel unit may be operated alone, or in a string of cars, over the centre track of the apron
provided the barge end of the apron is not more than 2' 6" above or below the horizontal with the two aprons
on a uniform grade.
Diesel units operated or handled on the apron must be moved carefully to avoid shock. Sufficient idlers must
be used so that switching locomotives will not move onto the apron when loading and unloading the ship.
See Special Instructions Page 21, regarding 2% grades, etc.
Passenger trains will stop on flag at Russells, mileage .8; Admirals Road, mileage 2.5; Palmer, mileage 5.1; Cliffside,
mileage 25.0; Strathcona Lodge, mileage 26.2; Hillbank, mileage 34.1; Blainey's, mileage 56; South Wellington, mileage 67.2; Starks, mileage 69.2; Northfield, mileage 75.0; Nanoose Bay, mileage 86.8; Buckley Bay, mileage 126.1.
No. 2 will wait at Courtenay until No. 1 arrives.
Railway crossing at grade with Comox Logging and Railway Company Mileage 59.6—Interlocking—Rule 605A does
not apply.
Yard Limits Esquimalt extend to the end of track Victoria.
Crofton Spur is included in Osborn Bay yard limits and yard limits extend to end of track Crofton.
Yard Limits Nanaimo extend to yard limit signs South of Stockett and includes Wellcox Spur.
Industrial Spur Mileage 75.7 protected by yard limit signs.
Pole spur Mileage 137.5 protected by yard limit signs.
Main track Courtenay extends to sign post 150 feet north of 5th St. Crossing.
At Stockett time of Northward trains originating and Southward trains terminating applies at the North Wye Switch.
At Stockett time of Southward trains originating and Northward trains terminating applies at the South Wye Switch.
First class trains will register at Duncan, Ladysmith, and Parksville by register ticket.
Northward trains will record departure time from Victoria yard in a register book, located in box on post on South
side of tool house opposite shop track switch.
Hayward is a register station for all trains except first class trains.
Osborn Bay, Wellington and Jayem are register stations for trains when instructed by train order.
Trains originating must obtain clearance at Wellcox and may leave Stockett without obtaining clearance.
A whistle post has been installed on the North and South approach to the three public crossings at grade through
the Indian Reserve on the Stockett-Wellcox Spur. The two whistle posts protect the three crossings and engine
whistle is to be used accordingly.
Air must be cut in and working on all cars when making movements on all transfer slips; all spurs on grade or involving
public crossing at grade; and at Victoria when making movements in both directions approaching Johnson St. Bridge;
on Canadian National Railways interchange track; at Sidney Roofing and on Store St. and on all industrial spurs
involving public crossings at grade.
DRAWBRIDGE—Mileage 0.1   (Johnson St.)—Interlocking.
Caution must be exercised when making movements over this bridge.
All trains, before proceeding over bridge, will come to a full stop—
SOUTHWARD—Not less than ten feet from signal;
NORTHWARD—Clear of barriers and must not proceed unless barriers are up and signal indicates proceed.
In foggy weather or whenever other conditions obscure signals, trains will not proceed until it is known that bridge
is closed and clear for traffic, either by flagging across or on receiving a proceed signal from the operator in charge.
The operator in charge must know that bridge is clear of trains, cars or persons (especially under the counterweight), lower the barriers and set signals in stop indication before the bascule is opened. Immediately bascule is
closed he must raise barriers and set signals in proceed indication.
The bridge shall not be opened for a period of fifteen minutes after the arrival of a passenger train at the Victoria
station, nor for fifteen minutes before the scheduled time of the departure of a passenger train from said station,
nor for a period of five minutes after the departure time of a scheduled passenger train from the said station
unless, in the meantime, the said train has passed over and cleared the bridge. Any special or excursion train
which has been publicly advertised in a newspaper in the City of Victoria has the same rights, both before departure
and after arrival, as are herein accorded to scheduled trains.
Passenger trains placed at station by yard crews must be spotted clear of barriers and counterweights so as to permit
the opening of the bridge up to fifteen minutes before the departure time of train. If necessary train to be cut
and sufficient cars to clear bridge placed on yard track, and road engine must not be coupled to train until fifteen
minutes before departure time of train, unless it will be clear to permit the opening of the bridge.
Trains handling Ore cars in series 370 to 377 inclusive, also short ballast cars 368441 to 368543 inclusive must not
exceed twenty miles per hour.
Trains consisting of skelton log flats must carry fifty pounds brake pipe pressure when cars are empty and standard
brake pipe pressure when cars are loaded.
 14
TIME  TABLE  No.  91, APRIL 26th,  1964
NORTHWARD TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
67
Freight
Daily
Z
o
>
5
z
ec
ui
CQ
-J
<
o
15.00
15.10
15.22
15.39
15.55
16.10
Daily
67
FOURTH CLASS
65
Freight
Daily
Z
<
z
o
>
5
z
CC
ec
O
6.00
6.10
6.22
6.39
6.55
7.10
Daily
65
63
Freight
Daily
4.00
4.10
4.22
4.39
4.55
5.10
5.30
5.40
5.55
6.08
6.24
6.35
6.48
7.02
7.15
53
Freight
Daily
18.00
18.09
18.19
18.26
18.38
19.00
19.21
19.36
19.45
19.56
20.06
20.11
20.18
20.26
20.35
20.43
20.53
21.09
21.25
Daily
63
Daily
53
51
Freight
Daily
5.30
5.40
5.52
6.00
6.12
6.43
6.59
7.14
7.23
7.34
7.45
7.50
7.57
8.05
8.14
8.22
8.32
8.55
9.15
Daily
51
FIRST
CLASS
1
Psgr.
Daily
Ex. Sun.
7.30
f 7.38
f   7.45
f 7.49
7.56
F   8.08
8.15
f 8.22
f   8.29
f 8.36
f 8.41
\ 8.44
8.47
f 8.49
f   8.52
8.55
f   8.56
8.57
f 9.02
f 9.07
i 9.13
9.20
f   9.23
9.33
9.33
9.40
10.00
f 10.09
10.20
10.28
f 10.32
Is 10.37
f 10.46
f 10.51
If 10.58
f 11.04
I 11.13
If 11.18
f 11.26
V 11.34
11.40
>
.0
3.7
7.9
10.7
13.7
20.0
24.0
27.8
31.2
35.5
38.1
39.7
41.6
42.6
44.4
46.2
46.8
47.5
51.2
54.5
58.4
63.0
64.7
66.1
67.6
70.0
70.0
72.5
77.3
84.4
89.7
91.9
95.2
101.8
105.0
110.2
114.5
121.0
124.7
130.2
132.7
136.0
139.7
Daily
Ex. Sun.
1
VICTORIA
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
VICTORIA  K|
3.7
ESQUIMALT        ZY|
LANGFOI
-2.8-
GOLDSTREAM
3.0
NIAGARA
MALAHAT ZY
-4.0-
   WILBY
3 8
SHAWNIGAN
3.4
COBBLE HILL
-4.3-
COWICHAN
2.6
KOKSILAH Z
1.6
 DUNCAN ZK
1.9
HAYWARD      RZY
Jet. Lake Cowichan Sub.
-1.0-
  SOMENOS Z
1.8
STRATFORDS CROSSING
1.8
MOUNT SICKER      Z
0.6
WESTHOLME   Z
0.7
OSBORN  BAY   RZY
-3.7-
CHEMAINUS
3 3
SALTAIR  Z
3.9
LADYSMITH RZ
4.6
STORMS Z
-1.7-
.   CASSIDY    Z
1.4
FIDDICKS Z
1.5
SILVENE
2.4
STOCKETT YZ
WELLCOX K
STOCKETT YZ
-2.5-
 NANAIMO
4.8
WELLINGTON
JAYEM
5.3
BRYN
-2.2-
CRAIG
3 3
PARKSVILLE      ZYR
Jet. Port Alberni Sub,
-6.6
QUALICUM BEACH
3.2
DASHWOOD
5.2
DUNSMUIR
-4.3-
BOWSER
6.5
MUD BAY
3.7
FANNY BAY Z
5.5
UNION  BAY 	
2.5
BAYTON Z
3 3
ROYSTON
3.7
COURTENAY     ZYR
O J£
H O
MO
RC
S
CH
SO
N
NY
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Yard
42
22
24
19
24
18
22
32
17
Nil
32
25
Nil
32
32
6
Nil
22
29
24
Nil
17
Nil
14
21
21
13
21
24
23
Nil
16
30
22
18
15
23
Nil
20
Nil
22
Yard
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST
CLASS
FOURTH
CLASS
2
Psgr.
Daily
Ex. Sun.
16.10
f 15.59
f 15.51
f 15.47
15.41
f 15.30
15.23
f 15.15
f 15.09
f 15.02
f 14.57
s 14.54
14.51
f 14.49
f 14.46
14.43
f 14.42
14.41
f 14.36
f 14.31
s 14.25
14.18
f 14.15
14.05
14.05
14.00
s 13.40
f 13.31
13.21
13.13
If 13.09
s 13.04
f 12.53
f 12.48
f 12.41
f 12.35
f 12.26
f 12.21
f 12.13
f 12.05
12.00
Daily
Ex. Sun.
2
52
Freight
Daily
3.20
3.08
2.57
2.50
2.38
2.12
2.02
1.52
1.43
1.32
1.20
1.15
1.08
1.00
24.51
24.43
24.33
24.22
24.18
24.05
Daily
52
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
67
Freight
Daily
16.15
16.26
16.34
16.48
17.11
17.22
17.25
17.36
17.58
18.10
18.11
18.15
18.25
Daily
67
65
Freight
Daily
7.15
7.26
7.34
7.48
8.11
8.22
8.25
8.36
8.58
9.10
9.11
9.15
9.25
Daily
65
U
5 o
4.3
7.5
12.7
18.4
21.1
21.9
24.6
31.7
35.6
35.9
36.7
38.8
PORT ALBERNI
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
PARKSVILLE      ZYR
Jet. Victoria Sub.
4.3
COOMBS   	
3.2
HILLIERS
5.2
CAMERON LAKE      Z
5.7
APENES 	
2.7
LOCHARKAIG Z
0.8
ARROWSMITH Z
2.7
STOKES
7.1
BAINBRIDGE Z
3.9
SOLLY Z
0.3
   FARRIS 	
0.8
ALBERNI   	
2.1
PORT ALBERNI      YK
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
6"
c 8
H O
o
a
° &
u g
o ii
U v>
23
22
13
32
8
Nil
20
16
28
Nil
13
Nil
Yard
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
PORT ALBERNI SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Located between Psgr.   Freight
Parksville, Mileage .0 and Cameron Lake, Mileage 12.7 25       25
Mileage .1—Public crossing at grade and  between  circuit end
signs located approximately 500 feet each side of
 crossing     * 10      * 10
Cameron Lake, Mileage 12.7 and Stokes, Mileage 24.6 15        15
Stokes, Mileage 24.6 and Port Alberni, Mileage 38.8 20       20
Mileage 36.9—Public crossing at grade  *10      *10
Mileage 37.4—Public crossing at grade, Roger Creek Road   *10     *10
Mileage 37.9—Public crossing at grade and between circuit end
signs located approximately 475 feet each side of
crossing    *10      *10
Until crossing is fully occupied.
Air must be cut in and working on all cars when switching on trackage located
on steep grades.
Retaining valves must be used on 33 percent of the cars on freight trains
descending grades Locharkaig to Port Alberni, Locharkaig to Cameron Lake.
See special instructions Page 21, regarding 2% grades, etc.
Trains must make running test of the brakes at Locharkaig eastward and westward before descending grade.
Yard limits Locharkaig extend to yard limit sign west of Arrowsmith. Doubling
spur Locharkaig holds 15 cars.
Yard limits Solly extend to end of track Port Alberni.
Main track Port Alberni ends at main track switch at MacMillan fir Bloedel
crossing just east of the station.
SEE VICTORIA SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES, PAGE 13.
"3
o
Z
Xx
.0
4.0
7.7
9.2
12.2
18.0
LAKE COWICHAN
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
5 £
■o.ff
Et
HO
  HAYWARD  RZY
Jet. Victoria Sub.
4.0
WHEATLEY   	
3.7
    MAYO   	
1.5
SAHTLAM 	
3.0
CHARTER
5.8
LAKE COWICHAN ZYR
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
o 2
U vt
Yard
27
Nil
27
31
Yard
St
©
1°
"5
O
Z
LAKE COWICHAN SUBDIVISION
FOOTNOTES
Maximum permissible speed: All trains 25 m.p.h.
Trains and engines must stop at stop signs
before proceeding over public crossing at
grade Mileage 17.7.
E. fir N. engines must not go more than 300 feet
beyond public crossing at the end of Pacific
Logging Co. tracks at Lake Cowichan interchange.
Air must be cut in and working on all cars when
switching on trackage located on steep
grades.
Trains consisting of Skelton Log Flats must
carry fifty pounds brake pipe pressure when
cars are empty and standard brake pipe pressure when cars are loaded.
Retaining valves must be used on 100 percent
of the cars on freight trains descending grades
Sahtlam to Hayward.
See special instructions Page 21, regarding 2%
grades, etc.
 TIME  TABLE
No.  91, APRIL 26th,   1964
15
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
1
M
o
KIMBERLEY
SUBDIVISION
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NORTHWARD TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
M
KINGSGATE
M
SOUTHWARD TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD CLASS
2
A
e
s
u
if
j
"gJS?
0"
cS
1-0
1
oS
e
UE5
FOURTH CLASS
SECOND CLASS
si
E
2
»•■
3
1
SUBDIVISION
•1
"O C
Out
£•
is
-0
8
0
a
.°. «
u O)
si
US
SECOND CLASS
79
Freight
Daily
STATIONS
80
Freiflht
Dolly
980
Freight
Dolly
979
STATIONS
Freight
Daily
4.00
A IS
10.5
5.2
.0
  KINGSGATE  .ZRY
5.3
GLENLILY
RO
Yord
Nil
1.15
1 00
	
"' ■' '
6.55
.0
 CRANBROOK Z
CK
Yord
12.25
7.16
7.26
5.1
7.8
Jet. Cranbrook Sub.
5.1
    WANKLYN   	
2.7
WYCLIFFE            Z
Nil
Nil
12.00
11 43
4.30
5.2
  YAHK  ZRY
Jet. Nelson Sub.
DA
Ynrrf
24.45
1 8
Dally
Rules 41 and 44 apply
Doily
7.32
96
  PORTEOUS 	
2.8
  FIR	
1.2
 MARYSVILLE	
2.7
 CHAPMAN CAMP ...YZ
1.5
 KIMBERLEY R
1.4
  END OF TRACK
31
11.37
11.24
Rule 93A applies
12.4
13.6
Nil
Nil
	
980
Rule 45  applies  between  mileage  .0  and  2.1
979
7.45
KINGSGATE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Permissible Speed
8.05
16.3
Nil
11.15
Maximum Speed and Permanent Slow Orders                   Miles per Hour
Located Between                                                    All Trains
8.25
17.8
19.2
KY
49
Nil
10.45
	
Yahk, mileage .0 and Kingsgate, mileage 10.5                30
Mileage 2.2 and 2.7 (not marked by slow signs)         20
Trains handling cars 376000-017 inclusive          25
Trains handling tank cars equipped with 36 in. diameter wheels
and having a maximum gross weight on rail of 263,000 lbs.
Dally
Rules 41  and 44 apply
Doily
79
Rule 93A applies
80
must not exceed 20 miles per hour over bridge, mileage 8.5.
Engine arriving Kingsgate on No. 979 may assume schedule of
No. 980 and leave Kingsgate without clearance.
KIMBERLEY SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
The times of No. 979 and No. 980 at Yahk apply at west cross
Permissible Speed
over switch.
Maximum Speed and Permanent Slow Orders                                  Miles per Hour
Located Between                                                                    All Trains
FOLLOWING TIMES FOR INFORMATION ONLY
Cranbrook, mileage .0 and End of Track, mileage 19.2                    20
No. 980 leave Kingsgate 5.00k arrive Yahk 5.30k.
Mileage   5.5 and
7.5	
15
10
ALSO SEE SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS, KOOTENAY DIVISION, PAGE 20.
„      17.8 (pul
>lic crossing ot grade)  „	
„      18.1 (public crossing at grade)       10
Yard limits Wycliffe extend to yard limit sign south of Wanklyn.
Yard limits Chapman Camp extend to End of Track.
Arrival and  leaving  times of trains at Cranbrook apply at Junction
Switch.
Trains between Junction Switch, mile 98.3 and Cranbrook will be gov
erned by Cranbrook Subdivision time table, Page 16.
See Special Instructions Page 21, regarding 2% grades, etc.
Trains must carry ninety pounds brake pipe pressure.
Movements on boiler house track Kimberley Concentrator, must be made
at restricted speed and not in excess of 5 miles per hour. Engines must
not move over bins on this track.
ALSO SEE SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS, KOOTENAY DIVISION, PAGE 20.
 T6
TIME  TABLE  No.  91, APRIL 26th,   1964
CRANBROOK SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permanent Slow Orders
Located between
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Psgr. Fit. & Mxd.
Crowsnest mileage .0 and mileage 14.6
25
25
Mileage 14.6 and mileage 29.7
50
35
Mileage 29.7 and 39.0
40
30
Mileage 39.0 and mileage 48.0
50
35
Mileage 42.5 and 42.9 (on curves)	
Mileage 48.0 and mileage 57.7
 45
40
35
Mileage 48.0 and 48.5 (on curves)
Mileage 48.8 and 49.0  	
Mileage 52.6 and 54.0 (on curves) 	
Mileage 57.0 (on  curve)   	
Mileage 57.7 and Cranbrook mileage 99.2
35
20..
30...
35...
50
.30
...20
.25
.30
35
Mileage 66.0 and 70.5 (on curves) 	
Mileage 70.5 and 75.0 (on curves) 	
Mileage 81.0 and 83.0 (on curves)   	
Mileage 87.8 (on curve) 	
Mileage 90.5 and 94.5 (on curves) 	
Trains handling cars in series 370-377 inclusive
30..
40..
45
40
35..
..30
.30
...30
25
Rail diesel cars may exceed authorized passenger train speeds by ten miies per hour on straight
track. All other speed restrictions must be observed.
Special instructions "C" may be modified by making standing inspection at Morrissey only, except
when weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection.
Yard limits Michel extend to yard limit sign west of Natal.
Arrival and departure times at Cranbrook of all trains except first class trains apply at Junction
Switch to Kimberley Subdivision mileage 98.3.
Colvalli is registering point for trains originating and terminating only.
FOLLOWING TIMES FOR INFORMATION ONLY
Freight No. 979 due to leave Crowsnest 12.00k arrive Cranbrook 16.15k.
ALSO SEE KOOTENAY DIVISION SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS PAGE 20.
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND
CLASS
979
Freight
Daily
10.55
11.10
11.14
11.28
11.33
11.40
11.51
12.01
12.13
12.18
12.40
12.48
12.56
13.04
13.14
13.24
13.35
13.40
13.50
14.13
14.20
14.30
14.40
14.55
Doily
979
2
o
J
3
.0
5.3
6.9
12.8
14.6
18.2
23.7
28.6
36.1
38.6
44.5
48.6
54.3
59.0
63.4
67.2
71.5
72.8
77.3
80.7
84.8
89.1
94.4
99.2
CRANBROOK
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
V CROWSNEST .........ZK
5.3
 LOOP	
1.6
  McGILLIVRAY   Z
5.9
 MICHEL Z
-1.8-
  NATAL 	
3.6
SPARWOOD
5.5
  OLSON 	
-4.9-
 HOSMER	
75
  FERNIE  ZWY
2.5
.   COKATO   	
 5.9	
MORRISSEY   Z
4.1
.   COURIER  	
5.7
  ELKO	
4.7
. CAITHNESS	
-4.4-
  GALLOWAY  Z
3 8
  JAFFRAY  	
4.3
 COLVALLI ZYR
Jet. Windermere Sub.
1.3
  JUKESON  	
4.5
    WARDNER    ZY
-3.4-
  TOKAY 	
4.1
   MAYOOK 	
4.3
  RAMPART	
5.3
    EAGER  	
4.8
... CRANBROOK  ZK
Jet. Kimberley Sub.
•I
c8
■»*■
HO
BU
MH
Yard
Nil
30
75
RS
KO
JU
CK
U oi
o2
70
52
60
72
70
56
70
37
86
61
60
70
Nil
37
61
41
58
70
38
Yard
Rule 93A applies.
EASTWARD TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND
CLASS
980
Freight
Daily
15.40
15.25
15.15
14.50
14.46
14.38
14.28
14.18
14.02
13.55
13.40
13.27
13.15
13.04
12.51
12.40
12.29
12.25
12.15
12.08
12.00
11.51
11.40
11.30
Daily
980
FOURTH CLASS
72
Freight
Doily
9.50
9.30
9.26
9.00
8.45
8.35
8.25
8.15
8.00
7.50
7.40
7.15
7.05
6.53
6.37
6.25
6.15
6.10
6.00
5.50
5.40
5.30
5.15
5.05
Doily
72
74
Freight
Doily
2
H
e
.2
9.00
8.55
8.45
8.35
8.25
8.15
8.00
7.50
Doily
74
76
Freight
Doily
18.30
18.10
18.00
17.35
17.23
17.13
17.01
16.50
16.35
16.25
16.15
15.56
15.45
15.33
15.21
15.10
15.00
14.55
14.40
14.30
14.20
14.05
13.50
13.40
Doily
76
78
Freight
Doily
24.30
24.14
24.05
23.20
23.09
23.01
22.48
22.37
22.10
21.58
21.45
21.30
21.20
21.00
20.50
20.41
20.30
20.26
20.15
20.07
19.58
19.49
19.38
19.25
Doily
78
 TIME  TABLE  No.  91, APRIL 26th,   1964
17
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD
CLASS
979
Freight
Daily
22.00
22.18
22.28
22.38
22.50
22.55
23.11
23.23
23.35
J
S
I
5
I
2
!
Daily
979
.0
5.4
9.4
14.2
19.8
21.8
30.1
35.1
40.6
42.7
46.0
51.3
55.4
62.0
64.2
67.8
72.9
73.8
79.8
83.1
91.4
95.1
99.0
107.5
112.5
117.5
119.9
122.2
128.0
32.3
137.8
NELSON
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
2£
CRANBROOK       ZK
5.4
FASSIFERNE Z
4.0
SWANSEA 	
 4.8	
JEROME
5.6
MOYIE
2.0
ALDRIDGE
8 3
TOCHTY
-5.0-
RYAN   	
5.5
YAHK ZYR
Jet. Kingsgate Sub.
2.1
CURZON
3 3
GOATFELL
 5.3	
KINERT
4.1
McCONNEL
6.6
LIPSETT
2.2
ERICKSON
-3.6-
CRESTON ZW
5.1
  LOASBY	
0.9
WYNNDEL Z
6.0
SIRDAR Z
3.3
KOOTENAY LANDING Z
8.3
    TYE   	
3.7
MIDGE  CREEK
3.9
DREWRY
8.5
    BLAKE   	
5.0
NASOOKIN
5.0
PROCTER ZY
2.4
SUNSHINE BAY
2.3
HARROP
5.8
ATBARA
■8 . | 4.3
2£ TROUP ZYR
Jet. G.N.R.
5.5
NELSON ZK
5e>
CK
DA
BR
PO
BC
02
Ui/>
Yard
36
70
59
63
Nil
70
52
90
59
Nil
70
20
Nil
90
Nil
65
Nil
59
94
Nil
80
Nil
37
79
Nil
Yard
Rulo 45 applies between mileage 40.6 and 42.7
Rulo 93A applies.
EASTWARD TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
984
Freight
Daily
6.20
6.07
5.58
5.48
5.35
5.30
5.12
5.02
4.50
4.37
4.28
4.09
3.55
3.30
3.10
2.57
2.40
2.32
2.12
1.55
1.20
24.55
24.45
24.32
24.22
24.05
Daily
I   984
980
Freight
Daily
6.40
6.27
6.18
6.08
5.55
5.50
5.32
5.22
5.10
J
E
3
i
O)
£
hi
Doily
980
FOURTH CLASS
90
Freight
Daily
14.00
13.47
13.37
13.25
13.10
13.05
12.45
12.35
12.20
11.50
11.40
11.20
11.05
10.40
10.23
10.11
9.55
9.45
9.20
9.00
8.35
8.10
8.00
7.47
7.37
7.20
Daily
90
92
Freight
Dally
18.25
18.12
18.03
17.53
17.40
17.33
17.15
17.05
16.50
16.20
16.10
15.50
15.35
15.10
14.53
14.41
14.25
14.15
13.50
13.30
13.00
12.35
12.25
12.12
12.02
11.45
Dally
92
96
Freight
Daily
3.00
2.48
2.39
2.29
2.16
2.11
1.52
1.40
1.25
24.56
24.47
24.24
24.09
23.42
23.24
23.11
22.54
22.44
22.19
21.59
21.35
21.05
20.33
20.20
20.10
19.50
Dolly
96
FOLLOWING TIMES FOR  INFORMATION  ONLY
No. 984 leave Nelson 2.00k arrive Cranbrook 9.00k.
No. 980 leave Yahk 6.10k arrive Cranbrook 7.40k.
NELSON SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permanent Slow Orders
Located between
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Psgr. Fit. & Mxd.
Cranbrook, mileage .0 and mileage 5.0
40
30
Mileage 5.0 and mileage 9.5
50
30
Mileage 9.5 and mileage 31.0
35
30
Mileage 11.3 and 11.5 (on curves) .
Mileage 16.5 and 17.2 (rock cuts) .
Mileage 23.5 and 24.0 (on  curve)
Mileage 31.0 and Goatfeil, mileage 46.0
30.
25.
30.
40
.20
.20
.25
30
Mileage 42.5 and 43.5 (on curves)
Goatfeil, between switches 	
Goatfeil, mileage 46.0 and McConnel, mileage 55.4
25.
30..
35
.20
25
25
Mileage 47.9 and 49.0 (on curves) 	
McConnel, mileage 55.4 and Procter, mileage 117.5
25..
30
.20
25
Mileage 57.5 and 63.0 (on curves)
Mileage 67.5 (pedestrian crossing)
Mileage 75.5 and 76.0 (on curve)
Mileage 81.5 (curve on bridge)
Mileage 83.0 and 84.0 (on bridge and curve)
Mileage 84.0 and 89.0 (on curves)  	
Mileage 93.0 and 94.0 (on curves) 	
Procter, mileage 117.5 and Nelson, mileage 137.8
25.
10...
25.
20.
20...
25
20...
35
20
10
.20
.20
.20
.25
.20
30
Mileage 121.0 and 132.2 (on curves) 	
Mileage 132.2 and 132.8 (on curves)  	
Mileage 132.8 and 136.1  (on curves)  	
Mileage 136.1  (public crossing at grade) 	
Mileage 136.1 and 137.8 (on curves)  	
Mileage 137.0 (public crossing at grade) 	
Mileage 137.2 (public crossing at grade) 	
(public crossing at grade) 	
loaded cars series 370-377 inclusive
Mileage 137.3
Trains handling
30
20.
30
10.
30
10.
10
10.
.20
.10
.10
10
.10
.25
Rail diesel cars may exceed authorized passenger train speeds by ten miles per hour on straight track. All other speed restrictions
must be observed.
Except when weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection, Special Instructions "C" is amended to read forty-five
miles instead of forty miles on this subdivision.
Fixed signals connected to slide detector fences at mileage 104.3 and mileage 104.9 are located at mileage 103.8 governing westward trains and mileage 105.3 governing eastward trains and display indications as follows:
1. Green Light—slide fence normal. Trains may proceed.
2. Red Light—slide fence tripped. Trains may proceed through the slide area prepared to stop short of obstruction on the track.
These signals do not indicate whether track occupied, rail broken or other obstruction.
Yard limit sign Yahk situated on east side Kingsgate Subdivision governs trains on Nelson Subdivision.
Troup and Yahk are register stations for trains originating and terminating only.
Retaining valves must be used on 33 percent of the cars on freight trains descending grade Goatfeil to Lipsett and standing
inspection must be made at McConnel and Sirdar if the tonnage is in excess of "A" rating for the ascending grade for the
diesel units on which the dynamic brake is in effective operating condition, unless the train is controlled with a pressure
maintaining brake valve. Otherwise rules 34(a) form 582 and 27 form 583 apply.
Freight trains meeting passenger trains at Sirdar will cut crossing just west of station on arrival.
ALSO SEE KOOTENAY DIVISION SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS PAGE 20.
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BOUNDARY SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permanent Slow Orders                                       Permissible Speed
Located Between                                                             „    ^'^'a^'j
Psgr.       Fit. & Mxd.
Nelson, mileage .0 and mileage 31.0                                      45               30
Mileage     .0 and 2.0 (on curves)     25 20
„        2.0 and 4.1 (on curves)     30
„        4.1               (curve on bridge)    25 20
4.1 and 12.0 (on curves)    30
„        4.6 (public crossing at grade)     30
12.0 and 15.5 (on curves)     35
20.5 and 27.5 (on curves)     30
„      25.6                 (bridge)                                          30              20
Mileage 31.0 and mileage 63.0                                                30              20
Mileage 31.0 and 38.5 (on curves)    25
„      38.5 and 39.5 (on curves)    20
39.5 and 56.5 (on curves)    25
"     45.2     10              10
Mileage 63.0 and mileage 83.0                                               25              20
Mileage 74.5                  (on curve)     20
„      77.5      15 15
„      81.1 (bridge) Diesel Units Class DRS-24                15              15
FOURTH CLASS
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Freight
Doily
87
Freight
Doily
83
Freight
Doily
81
Freight
Doily
STATIONS
19.00
10.00
2.00
.0
4.7
7.1
10.4
11.9
 NELSON ZK
4.7
  TAGHUM 	
2.4
    BEASLEY   	
3 3
   BONNINGTON 	
1.5
SOUTH SLOCAN   ZYR
Jet. Slocan Sub.
 0.4	
  FRAINE	
2.0
 SHOREACRES	
1.3
   GLADE 	
4.3
    THRUMS  	
3.6
BRILLIANT	
2.2
V          CASTLEGAR    ZVYR
Jet. Rossland Sub.
1.7	
ROBSON WEST 	
1.1
   KRAFT  	
1.2
  WESTLEY 	
2.7
LABARTHE	
6.7
 SHIELDS	
4.4
   COYKENDAHL
6.6
 TUNNEL	
5.0
PORCUPINE  	
2.9
FARRON          ZWY
4.5
  PAULSON 	
3.9
   CORYELL 	
4.1
  LAFFERTY
 6.4	
    FIFE  	
4.9
CASCADE           ZY
5.1
GILPIN  	
7.9
GRAND FORKS    ZW
5.5
  FISHERMAN  	
8.4
 EHOLT Y
8.6
GREENWOOD          Z
 3.7	
BOUNDARY FALLS
5.6
 MIDWAY ZK
BC
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Yard
Nil
36
Nil
Ni
22
7°
Nil
38
46
56
19.20
10.20
2.20
19.35
10.35
2.35
19.36
19.42
10.36
10.42
2.36
j    2.42
12.3
14.3
15.6
19.9
23.5
25.7
19.55
20.05
20.10
10.55
11.05
11.10
2.55
3.05
3 10
5.00
„      81.8 (public crossing at grade)     10               10
(applies to all movements on siding while
approaching and until crossing is reached)
Mileage 83.0 and Grand Forks, mileage 94.8                           40               30
Mileage 88.5 and 89.2 (on curves)     30              25
„      94.0 (public crossing at grade)    40
„      94.5 (public crossing at grade)    40
Grand Forks, mileage 94.8 and Eholt, mileage 108.7               25               20
27.4
28.5
29.7
32.4
39.1
43.5
50.1
55.1
58.0
62.5
66.4
70.5
76.9
81.8
86.9
GF
GW
Ml
78
Nil
41
Nil
32
70
33
Ml
70
44
30
70
22
23
70
70
24
70
37
Nil
Yard
	
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7.21
7.46
8.01  j
8.24
8.41
8.55
Mileage 95.28 on spur, from end of spur to one quarter
mile west  6
Eholt, mileage 108.7 and Midway, mileage 126.6                     35               30
Mileage 108.7 and 111.5 (on curves)      30
„      115.5 and 121.0 (on curves)                                  30
„      123.5 and 124.2 (on curves)                                 30
„      124.2                   (on curve)                                  20              20
„      124.2 and 126.6 (on curves)     30
Engines on West Kootenay Power Spurs Nos. 8, 11, 12      8
Trains handling loaded cars series 370-377 inclusive      25
Trains handling gondolas, 52 feet long or over, when loaded to capacity,
westward, Farron to Cascade and eastward, Farron to Labarthe     15
and except when controlled by dynamic brake must make additional
thermal test at Coryell, westward and at Tunnel, eastward.
Engines must not go more than 400 feet beyond switch No. 3 spur Brilliant.
Caution must be used in vicinity Taghum Spur account deep pit north side.
Rail diesel cars may exceed authorized passenger train speeds by ten miles per
hour on straight track. All other speed restrictions must be observed.
Yard limits South Slocan extend to yard limit sign west of Fraine.
Yard limits Castlegar extend to yard limit sign west of Westley.
South Slocan is a register station for trains originating and terminating only.
See Special Instructions Page 21, regarding 2% grades, etc.
When switching on main track Cascade public highway crossing must not be
fouled until crossing protection signals have been operating for at least
twenty seconds.
Lights will not be maintained on main track switches and yard limit signs
between Castlegar and Midway.
ALSO SEE KOOTENAY DIVISION SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS PAGE 20.
9.15
9.45
10.10
10.45
11.25
11.55
94.8
100.3
108.7
117.3
121.0
126.6
12.20
Dolly
91
Doily
87    1
Doily
83
Doily
81
Rule 93A applies
Rule 41 applies between
Castlegar and Midway
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NORTHWARD  TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
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29.3
24.7
23.7
21.7
20.3
18.7
12.6
99
8.0
3.6
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ROSSLAND
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
 ROSSLAND	
4.6
CROWN POINT
1.0
 TIGER	
ZY
2.0
 WARFIELD	
1.4
  ANNABLE 	
1.6
TADANAC   ZWYK
61
  BIRCHBANK 	
2.7
    GENELLE   	
1.9
  POUPORE   Z
4.4
 KINNAIRD	
3.6
V CASTLEGAR    ZVYR
Jet. Boundary Sub.
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Yord
Nil
Nil
8
Nil
Yard
38
Nil
70
47
Yard
Rules 41 and 44 apply between Tadanac and
Rossland.
Rule 93A applies.
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
83
Freight
Doily
4.25
4.10
3.55
3.45
3.30
Doily
89
87
Freight
Doily
12.35
12.20
12.05
11.55
11.40
Doily
87
91
Freight
Doily
21.25
21.10
20.55
20.45
20.30
Doily
91
ROSSLAND SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permanent Slow Orders
Located between
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
Castlegar, mileage .0 and Rossland, mileage 29.3     30
Mileage   6.6       (Cut)      20
„       8.0 and 9.3 SOUTHWARD ONLY      15
8.0 and 9.9 NORTHWARD ONLY      15
„     13.8       (Cut)      20
„     18.7 and 29.3 NORTHWARD ONLY     10
Trains handling loaded cars series 370-377
inclusive       25
Trains must carry ninety pounds brake pipe pressure between Rossland and Tadanac.
Yard limits Tadanac extend to yard limit sign south of
Warfield.
Yard limits Poupore extend  to yard  limit sign  south of
Genelle.
See special instructions page 21 regarding 2% grades, etc.
Safety Switch located at mileage 28.9 is normal when lined
against main track movements.
Position of south wye switch at Rossland is normal when set
for the wye.
Movements over public crossing at grade west leg of wye
Tadanac must be flagged by a member of the crew.
Trains doubling Poupore hill must stop at sign located at
mileage 9.3 and double from that point. Public crossing
at grade must not be blocked.
Yard and train crews leaving cars in north end Tadanac
yard will be responsible for securing such cars regardless
of what other cars may be standing in same tracks where
cars are left. At least six good hand brakes must be
applied.
ALSO SEE KOOTENAY DIVISION SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
PAGE 20.
NORTHWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
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26
8.7
10.8
16.3
18.5
21.3
23.6
26.2
31.3
SLOCAN
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
... SOUTH SLOCAN ...ZYR
Jet. Boundary Sab.
2.6
CRESCENT VALLEY 	
6.1
  SLOCAN PARK	
21
 PASSMORE	
5.5
  LEBAHDO 	
2.2
  WINLAW 	
2.8
   APPLEDALE  	
2.3
  PERRYS 	
2.6
  LEMON CREEK 	
5.1
  SLOCAN CITY ..RZY
12
£ •
SU
SC
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Yard
11
Nil
Nil
Nil
14
Nil
Nil
22
Yard
Rules 41 and 44 Apply
Rule 93A Applies
Rule 105A does not apply
SOUTHWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
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SLOCAN SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permanent Slow Orders
Located between
South Slocan, mileage .0 and Slocan City, mileage 31.3
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
20
Mileage 4.5 on curve marked by slow sign  ~      15
Trains handling pile drivers       15
ALSO SEE KOOTENAY DIVISION SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS PAGE 20.
WESTWARD TRAINS
INFERIOR DIRECTION
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£
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9
1;
3£
.0
.3
4.3
12.6
206
25.6
27.4
32.7
KASLO
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
... END OF TRACK	
0.3
DENVER CANYON	
4.0
ROSEBERY ZYR
-8.3-
  HILL 	
8.0
SUMMIT LAKE  Y
5.0
 BOX LAKE	
1.8
  BROUSE 	
5.3
 NAKUSP KZY
EASTWARD TRAINS
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
4
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NA
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UK
5
11
Nil
8
Nil
12
Yard
Rules 41  and 44 apply
Rule  93A  applies
Rule 105A does not apply
8
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KASLO SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and Permanent Slow Orders
Located between
End of track, mileage .0 and Nakusp, mileage 32.7
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
15
Trains handling ore on descending grades    12
Trains handling logs, long poles or timber must use extra
caution.
Yard limits Rosebery extend to end of track mileage .0.
See special instructions page 21 regarding 2% grades, etc.
ALSO SEE KOOTENAY DIVISION SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS PAGE 20.
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WESTWARD TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
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SUPERIOR DIRECTION
CARMI SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum Speed and                                                                                           Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders                                                                                             Miles per Hour
Located between                                                                                           Psgr.          Frt. & Mxd.
Midway, mileage .0 and mileage 49.5                                          45                30
Mileage     0.5 (public crossing at grade)     45
3.0 and     4.0     25                25
„           4.0 and     6.0 (on curves)      40
12.0 and    18.0 (on curves)      35
19.5 and   21.5     30
„         21.5 and   23.5 (on curves)     35
27.0 and   29.7    30
29.7 and   29.8 (bridge)      20 20
29.8 and   34.5     30
34.5 and   36.0 (on curves)     40
45.0 and   46.5 (on curves)      30
Mileage 49.5 and Myra, mileage 84.0                                           30                30
Mileage   68.0 and   69.5    25 25
Myra, mileage 84.0 & Chute Lake, mileage 106.5                      35                30
Mileage    84.0 and   89.0     20 20
89.0 and   90.5     25 25
95.0 and   96.0     30
96.0 and 96.5 (bridge)     20 20
96.5 and   98.5                                                        30
FOURTH CLASS
71
Freight
Daily
Ex. Sot.
& Sun.
STATIONS
5.15
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2.0
8.9
11.7
19.0
  MIDWAY ...... ZYK
2.0
 WEST MIDWAY	
6.9
   KETTLE VALLEY 	
2.8
ROCK CREEK Z
JYard
Nil
Nil
7°
34
5.40
5.55
7.3
  ZAMORA  	
1.5	
 WESTBRIDGE Z
4.3
  RHONE	
6.6
 TAURUS	
8.0
 DELLWYE Y
2.9
 BEAVERDELL Z
4.3
  CARMI  Z
7.6
  LOIS 	
6.8
 LAKEVALE	
9.3
  COOKSON 	
6.3
Mcculloch zy
7.4
    MYRA	
7.2
 RUTH	
6.4
  LORNA 	
8.9
 CHUTE LAKE ZY
6.07
6.21
6.37
6.45
6.55
20.5
24.8
31.4
39.4
42.3
46.6
Nil
35
34
Nil
90
21
7.11
7.30
7.50
8.08
8.28
54.2
61.0
70.3
76.6
84.0
91.2
97.6
106.5
113.2
25
35
24
38
34
8.48
9.08
9.42
10.05
35
37
35
22
98.5 and   98.9     20 20
99.0 and 101.5     30
101.5 and 102.5     20 20
102.5 and 103.5  -    30
Chute Lake, mileage 106.5 and
Penticton, mileage 133.7 EASTWARD ONLY     35                30
WESTWARD ONLY    35                20
6.7
 ADRA	
 5.7	
   GLENFIR    Z
6.8
   ARAWANA  	
6.3
  EAST PENTICTON	
1.7
  PENTICTON  ZYK
Jet. Osoyoos Sub.
10.25
10.45
118.9
125.7
132.0
133.7
70
45
Nil
Yard
Mileage 113.5 and 114.5 (tunnel)    20 20
114.5 and 119.0     30
119.0 and 125.0     25 20
125.0 and 131.5     30
131.5 and 131.6  -    15 15
„       132.7 (public crossing at grade)      20 20
Trains handling loaded cars series 370-377 inclusive    25
Rail diesel cars may exceed authorized passenger train speeds by ten miles per hour
on straight track. Ail other speed restrictions must be observed.
Yard limits Rock Creek extend to yard limit sign east of Kettle Valley.
See Special Instructions Page 21, regarding 2% grades, etc.
Except when weather or other conditions prevent proper running inspection, westward freight trains may run between Midway and Beaverdell without stopping
for standing train inspection.   Special Instruction 'C is modified accordingly.
Lights will not be maintained on main track switches and yard limit signs except at
Penticton.
ALSO SEE KOOTENAY DIVISION INSTRUCTIONS PAGE 20.
11.15
1
Daily
Ex. Sat.
& Sun.
71
Rule 41 applies
Rub 93A applies
KOOTENAY DIVISION SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
Passenger trains handling cars which are not equipped with steel wheels must not exceed thirty-
five miles per hour.
On freight and mixed trains with four units or more, and having "A" rating, empties are to be
marshalled towards rear of train.
Empty cars fifty-two feet or over must be marshalled toward rear of train.
Jumbo tank cars, 20,000 gal. capacity, gross weight 250,000 lbs., not to be handled on SLIP
TRACKS Procter or Slocan City or on Barges Kootenay and Slocan Lakes.
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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
1. Retaining valves must be used on 50 percent of the cars on freight trains on descending grades of 2 percent or
over if the tonnage is in excess of "A" rating for the ascending grade for the diesel units on which the dynamic
brake is in effective operating condition, unless the train is controlled with a pressure maintaining brake valve.
Otherwise rules 34 (a) form 582, and 27 form 583 apply.
2. When dynamic brake is available and unit controlling train is equipped with a pressure maintaining brake valve,
a stop must be made before descending grades of 2 percent or over, proceeding as soon as brakes are released
and train properly charged.
3. Freight trains descending grades of two percent or over must not exceed a speed of twenty miles per hour.
4. Grades of 2 percent or over, points at which a standing brake test must be made in accordance with rule 20, Form
582 and points at which thermal tests must be made if dynamic braking is not being used, or pressure maintaining
brake valve is not available, are as follows:—
SUBDIVISIONS DIRECTION
GRADES OF 2% or OVER
BETWEEN
TERMINAL TEST
THERMAL TEST
FRT. & MXD.      PSGR.
Mountain
Westward
Leanchoil and Cloister
Field
Glenogle
Eastward
Glacier and Albert Canyon
Stoney Creek and Rogers
Glacier or Stoney Creek
Glacier or Stoney Creek
Flat Creek
Rogers or Beavermouth
Kimberley
Southward
End of Track and Mileage 13.4
Mileage 11.4 and 8.5
Kimberley
Boundary
Westward
Eastward
Farron and Cascade
Eholt and Grand Forks
Farron
Eholt
Lafferty
Fisherman
Lafferty
Farron and Labarthe
Farron
Coykendahl
Coykendahl
Rossland
Southward
Northward
Poupore and Mileage 9.3
Rossland and Tadanac
Castlegar
Rossland
Tiger
Tiger
Kaslo
Westward
Eastward
Summit Lake and Nakusp
Denver Canyon and Rosebery
Summit Lake and Hill
Summit Lake
Denver Canyon
Summit Lake
Carmi
Westward
Chute Lake and Penticton
Chute Lake
Glenfir
Glenfir
Princeton
Westward
Jura and Princeton
Jura
Eastward
Kirton and Penticton
Kirton
West Summerland
Port Alberni
Lake Cowichan
Eastward
Eastward
Locharkaig and Cameron Lake
Sahtlam and Hayward
Locharkaig
Sahtlam
5. Trains handling cars in series 370 to 377 inclusive, also short ballast cars 368441 to 543 inclusive, must not exceed
thirty miles per hour when loaded and twenty-five miles per hour when empty.
6. Trains handling logs on skelton log flats must not exceed 15 m.p.h.
Trains handling logs on conventional flats must not exceed 20 m.p.h.
7. Air must be cut in on all cars and sufficient cars used as idlers to prevent engines being on dip of slip tracks when
switching cars to and from barges.
8. When snow plows and spreaders are being handled deadhead, they must be marshalled at rear of train, next ahead of
caboose, and run in the direction of travel.
9. Enginemen of all trains must have bell ringing when approaching and passing through all tunnels and dark snow
sheds. Conductors must see that windows, ventilators and doors are closed, and that at least one light is burning
in each compartment of each passenger car when approaching and passing through Connaught Tunnel.
10. Tri-level flat cars, loaded or empty, must not be coupled to an empty car less than 43 ft. in length, also when
loaded should be marshalled toward rear of train and not less than 15 cars from diesel units.
11. Employees must keep off the tops of the Automobile Transporter Cars while being operated in trains.
A—Unless otherwise provided, 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
SHUSWAP, CRANBROOK, WINDERMERE   35 m.p.h.
MOUNTAIN, OKANAGAN, THOMPSON, CASCADE, MISSION, CARMI,
PRINCETON, NELSON  30 m.p.h.
WESTMINSTER, BOUNDARY, ROSSLAND, KINGSGATE  30 m.p.h.
VICTORIA, PORT ALBERNI, LAKE COWICHAN   25 m.p.h.
ARROW LAKE, KIMBERLEY, OSOYOOS, SLOCAN   20 m.p.h.
KASLO _ ~ ~ *  15 m.p.h.
1 min. 30 sec.
1 min. 43 sec.
2 min.
2 min.
2 min. 59 sec.
3 min. 59 sec.
B—MAXIMUM SPEEDS FOR DIESEL UNITS AS GOVERNED BY TRACTION MOTOR GEARING
CLASS Miles per Hour
DPA-15, DPA-17, DPB-15, DPB-17 ,  89
DPA-22    I _  85
DFA-16a, e, f, DFB-16c, DRS-lOc, DRS-16, DRS-18, DRS-24, a, b, c, d, e  75
DRS-24F, (Unit 8300)    75
DFA-16b, c, d, g, DFB-16a, b, d, DRS-22  70
DFA-15, DFB-15, DRS-12, DRS-15, DRS-17, DS-8, DS 9, DS-12  65
DRS-lOa, b, DS-6, DS-10, SB-10  60 .
HS-5  - _ — - - 35
MAXIMUM SPEED FOR RAIL  DIESEL CARS  90
Except that unit 9194 is restricted to 85 M.P.H.
DRS-24 units on passenger trains, except DRS-24f class; must not, subject to more restrictive instructions, exceed
freight train speed on curves.
C—In addition to the strict observance of Rule 111, freight and mixed trains will not, unless otherwise provided,
run more than forty miles without stopping for standing train inspection.
D—In territory where C.T.C. Rules are effective, trains must not clear the main track at non-electrically locked
hand operated switches at the locations listed in the Subdivision footnotes of timetable. When switching movements
are made through such switches the switch must be left open until switching completed and movement has returned
to the main track.
F_"Rule 5" AT TERMINATING STATIONS, unless otherwise specified by Train Order or other special instructions, arriving time of all trains, except first class trains, applies at the first main track switch where trains can
enter a Siding or Yard Tracks. If no such switch, it applies at the station. Trains may be yarded or final stop made
on main track at or before arriving time shown in Timetable. AT INITIAL STATIONS, unless otherwise specified by
train order or other special instructions, leaving time of all trains, except first class trains, applies at the last main
track switch where trains can leave Siding or Yard Tracks.
G—Trains occupying timed circuits approaching interlockings for periods in excess of that specified in Subdivision
Timetable footnotes must proceed prepared to find interlocking signal displaying "STOP" indication.
 22
TIME  TABLE  No.  91, APRIL 26th,   1964
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS RE HANDLING:
AUXILIARY CRANES, CRANES OTHER THAN AUXILIARY, COMBINATION CRANES,
PILE DRIVERS, STEAM SHOVELS, ETC.
These machines are subject to restrictions contained in bridge load chart. On Subdivisions where they
are permitted to operate, the following speed restrictions must be observed and care must be exercised by
trains handling such machines on down grades and around sharp curves.
CLASS
Auxiliary Cranes
Nos. 414240 to 414502 inclusive
Except 414320, 414321, 414328 and 414370
No. 414650 (diesel)
Nos. 414320, 414321, 414328 and 414370
Cranes, Combination Cranes and Pile Drivers
Nos. 414099 to 414221 inclusive
Nos. 414600 to 414605 inclusive
Steam Shovels and Steel Pile Drivers
Nos. 400213 to 400375 inclusive
Nos. 400009 to 400053 inclusive
WHERE AUTHORIZED
FREIGHT TRAIN
SPEED IS
40 M.P.H. or over
35 or 30 M.P.H.
25 M.P.H. or less
\ Over 25 M.P.H.
f 25 M.P.H. or less
| Over 25 M.P.H.
j 25 M.P.H. or less
) 35 M.P.H. or over
\ 25 to 35 M.P.H.
Under 25 M.P.H.
RESTRICTION
UNLESS OTHERWISE PROVIDED
IN FOOTNOTES TRAINS HAND-
LING MUST NOT EXCEED
35 M.P.H.
25 M.P.H.
Permissible freight
train speed.
25 M.P.H.
15 M.P.H.
20 M.P.H.
15 M.P.H.
25 M.P.H.
20 M.P.H.
15 M.P.H.
Must not exceed 5 M.P.H. over transfer slips and must be handled carefully to avoid shock when moving
over ferry aprons.
Nos. 400010 to 400053 inclusive must not be handled over ferry aprons Okanagan Lake, except 400032
and 400043 which may be handled over Kelowna barge slip.
Wooden Pile Drivers
Nos. 400000 to 400006 inclusive
*Erie Excavators Nos. E-1, E-2 and E-3
^Ditching Machines Nos. D-l to D-14 inclusive
Scale Test Cars Nos. 420925 to 420928 inclusive
30 M.P.H. or over
Under 30 M.P.H.
30 M.P.H.
5 M.P.H. less
than authorized
speed
*These move on flat cars.
Similar machines privately owned or those of another railroad are subject to the above restrictions.
When moved on freight trains, the above machines must be handled immediately ahead of the caboose
except when occupied boarding cars are also being handled, in which case they must be handled immediately
ahead of such cars. Machines having arrows to indicate direction of travel, including steam cranes and all
combination crane and pile drivers, must be placed in trains in that manner.
On E & N Division, Cranes, during shipment, must be separated from engine by at least two cars. Crones are
designated by capacity, not weight, and those shown above may be operated with full supply of coal and water.
Yardmasters must secure authority from the Chief Dispatcher before moving these machines in trains.
Connecting divisions as well as Conductors and Enginemen of the trains handling the machines must be informed in the same manner as applies to dead locomotives and diesel units.
 )
TIME TABLE  No. 91, APRIL 26th,  1964
23
DIAGRAM SHOWING LOCATION OF TRAIN PHONE WIRES
FACE IN THE DIRECTION NAMED—COUNT CROSS ARMS FROM TOP DOWN
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 24
TIME TABLE No. 91, APRIL 26th,  1964
TABLE SHOWING RATE OF SPEED A TRAIN IS RUNNING WHERE THE TIME OF ONE MILE IS GIVEN
Time
Per Mile
0 Min. 40
Sec
0    ,
,     41
a
0    t
,     42
a
0    (
,     43
a
0    ,
,     44
a
0    ,
,     45
a
0    ,
,     46
a
0    ,
,     47
a
0    ,
,     48
a
0    ,
i     49
a
0    ,
,     50
a
0    ,
,     51
a
0    ,
,     52
a
0    ,
,     53
a
0    ,
,     54
a
0    ,
,     55
a
0    ,
,     56
a
0    ,
,     57
a
0    ,
,     58
a
0    ,
,     59
a
0
a
1
a
2
a
3
a
4
a
5
a
6
a
7
a
8
a
9
a
,    io
a
i      11
a
,      12
a
,      13
a
r          14
a
,      15
M
Miles
Per Hour
.... 90.00
  87.80
.... 85.71
  83.72
.... 81.81
.... 80.00
.... 78.26
.... 76.59
.... 75.00
.... 73.47
.... 72.00
... 70.59
... 69.23
... 67.92
... 66.67
.... 65.45
... 64.29
... 63.16
... 62.07
.... 61.02
.... 60.00
.... 59.02
... 58.06
.... 57.14
... 56.25
... 55.38
... 54.55
... 53.73
... 52.94
... 52.17
  51.43
... 50.70
... 50.00
... 49.31
... 48.65
... 48.00
Time
Per Mile
Min. 16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
Miles
Per Hour
Sec.  47.37
  46.75
  46.15
  45.57
  45.00
  44.44
  43.90
  43.37
  42.86
  42.35
  41.86
  41.38
  40.91
  40.45
  40.00
  39.56
  39.13
  38.71
  38.30
  37.89
  37.50
  37.11
  36.73
  36.36
  36.00
  35.64
  35.29
  34.95
  34.62
  34.29
  33.96
  33.64
  33.33
  33.03
  32.73
Time Miles
Per Mile                             Per Hour
Sec  32.43
  32.14
  31.86
  31.58
  31.30
  31.03
  30.77
  30.51
  30.25
  30.00
  29.75
  29.51
  29.27
  29.03
  28.80
  28.57
  28.35
  28.12
  27.91
  27.69
  27.48
  27.27
...~  27.07
  26.87
  26.67
  26.47
  26.28
...-  26.09
  25.90
  25.71
   25.53
  25.35
  25.17
  25.00
  24.83
1  M
in. 51   Sec
,     52    „
i     53    „
,     54    „
i     55    „
,     56    u
i     57    „
i     58    „
i     59    „
2    ,
0    „
2    ,
1    a
2    ,
2    „
2    ,
3    „
2    ,
4    „
2    ,
5    „
2    ,
6    „
2    ,
7    i,
2    ,
8    „
2    ,
9    „
2    ,
,    io   „
2    ,
,      M     a
2    ,
i      12    „
2    ,
,      13    „
2    ,
r         U      „
2    ,
,      15    „
2    ,
,      16    „
2    ,
,      17    „
2    ,
r         18       u
2    ,
r         19       „
2    ,
r         20       „
2    ,
r         21       „
2    ,
r         22      „
2    ,
r         23       „
2    ,
r         24       „
2    ,
r        25      „
Time
Per Mile
2
Min. 26
2
„     27
2
„     28
2
a     29
2
a     30
2
a     31
2
„     32
2
a     33
2
a     34
2
a     35
2
„     36
2
a     37
2
a     38
2
„     39
2
n      40
2
a     41
2
a     42
2
/,     43
2
a     44
2
a     45
2
a     46
2
a     47
2
a     48
2
a     49
2
a     50
2
„     51
2
a     52
2
a     53
2
„     54
2
a     55
2
a     56
2
a     57
2
a     58
2
a     59
3
0
Miles
Per Hour
ic.  24.66
  24.49
  24.32
  24.16
  24.00
  23.84
  23.68
  23.53
  23.38
  23.23
  23.08
  22.93
  22.78
  22.64
  22.50
  22.36
  22.22
  22.08
  21.95
  21.82
  21.69
  21.56
  21.43
  21.30
  21.18
  21.05
  20.93
  20.81
  20.69
  20.57
  20.45
  20.34
  20.22
  20.11
  20.00
Time
Per Mile
3
Min.     1
3
2
3
3
3
4
3
5
3
6
3
7
3
8
3
9
3
a    io
3
a      11
3
a      12
3
,.      13
3
a      14
3
„      15
3
„      16
3
a      17
3
i,      18
3
a      19
3
a     20
3
a     21
3
a     22
3
a     23
3
a     24
3
a     25
3
i,      26
3
,.      27
3
a     28
3
a     29
3
a     30
3
a     31
3
a     32
3
a     33
3
„     34
3
a     35
Miles
Per Hour
ec.  19.89
  19.78
  19.67
  19.57
  19.46
  19.35
  19.25
  19.15
  19.05
  18.95
  18.85
  18.75
  18.65
  18.56
  18.46
  18.37
  18.27
  18.18
  18.09
  18.00
  17.91
  17.82
  17.73
  17.65
  17.56
  17.48
  17.39
  17.31
  17.22
  17.14
  17.06
  16.98
  16.90
  16.82
  16.74
* Time
Per Mile
3   Min.  36  See.	
Miles
Per Hour
    16.67
3
„     37    „ 	
    16.59
3
„     38    „ 	
    16.51
3
„     39    „ 	
     16.44
3
,     40    „  	
     16.36
3
,     41     „  	
     16.29
3
,      42    „ 	
    16.22
3    ,
,     43    „ 	
     16.14
3
,     44    „ 	
    16.07
3
,     45    „ 	
    16.00
3
,     46    „	
    15.93
3    ,
,      47    „  	
    15.86
3    ,
,     48    „ 	
    15.79
3    ,
,     49    „ 	
     15.72
3    ,
,      50    „  	
    15.65
3
,     51     „   	
    15.58
3    ,
,     52    „ 	
    15.52
3
,     53    „ 	
    15.45
3    ,
,     54    „ 	
    15.38
3    ,
,     55    „ 	
    15.32
3    ,
,     56    „ 	
    15.25
3    ,
,     57    „ 	
    15.19
3    ,
,     58    „ 	
    15.13
3    ,
,     59    „ 	
    15.06
4    ,
0    „ 	
15 00
4     ,
,      17    „ 	
     14.00
4     ,
,     36    „ 	
    13.00
5    ,
0    „ 	
     12.00
5    ,
,     27    „ 	
    11.00
6    i
0    „ 	
    10.00
6    ,
,     40    „ 	
      9.00
7    ,
;    30   „	
       8.00
8    ,
,     34    „ 	
7.00
10    ,
0    „ 	
      6.00
12    „
0    „ 	
      5.00

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