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 CP
Rail
Atlantic Region
Saint John Division
Dominion Atlantic Railway
Time Table
Taking effect at
0300 Eastern Daylight Saving Time,
Sunday April 30,1978.  |
Governed by:
Eastern Daylight Saving Time beginning at
0300 Sunday April 30,1978 and by
Eastern Standard Time beginning at
0100 Sunday October 29,1978.
For the Information and Guidance of Employees Only
Make Today a ^<cf f f£ Day
G. E. Benoit
Vice-President
R. A. Swanson
General Manager,
Operation and Maintenance
CKMassicotte
Superintendent Transportation
 TIME TABLE No. 12, APRIL 30. 1978
MEDICAL OFFICERS
DR. Wm. L. MAY, Chief of Medical Services
Room 501 Windsor Station, Montreal, Phone 861-6811
DR H. B. PARLEE, New Brunswick Area Medical Officer
Saint John, Office Phone 657-6390
Residence Phone 652-8423
DR. D. M. SEAMAN, Nova Scotia Area Medical Officer
Kentville, NJS.: Office Phone 678-2830
I Residence Phone 678-7982
NAME TELEPHONE No. CITY OR TOWN
OFFICE RESIDENCE
DR. J. P. McINERNEY 652-7050 693-7667 Saint John
DR. L. H. FREEDMAN 657-5961 672-2108	
DR. LOUIS SIMON 657-3024         "
DR. JOHN B. BEWICK   652-5400 693-2023	
DR. WILLIAM J. BAXTER 672-7510         |
DR. J. HUARD    583-2672 583-2796 Megantic
DR. J. B. CURTIS 943-7363 943-2374 MUo, Me.
DR. JAMES W. BERRY 564-8383 564-7585 Dover-Foxcroft, Me,
DR. PAUL LAM    784-2263 McAdam
DR. F. S. GOODINE 328-3154 328-3154 Woodstock
DR. THOMAS E. NUGENT  278-3777 278-5205 Bath
DR. F. B. O'NEIL   273-3136 273-3047 Perth Jet
DR. BERNARD E. NOWLAN 473-3630 Grand Falls
DR. CALVIN D. BRUCE 455-4711 Fredericton
DR. D. THOMPSON  368-2241 368-2677 Fredericton Jet.
DR. D. G. BLACK    245-4701 245-2299 Digby, N.S.
DR. CHARLES J. MacDONALD    422-4554 423-0618 Halifax, N.S.
DR. JAMES BALMANNO  742-2461 742-5064 Yarmouth, NJS.
DR. DONALD H. KIRKPATRICK 678-2730 678-3504 Kentville, N.S.
DR. JAMES GORDON SEAMAN    678-6845 678-6414 Kentville, N.S.
 TIME TABLE No. 12, APRIL 30, 1978
SAINT JOHN DIVISION
SUBDIVISION (or Spur) PAGE
Aroostook 21	
Edmundston  17	
Aroostook
Aroostook
Fredericton 10.
Gibson 18
Houlton 16
Marysville Spur 21.
Fredericton Jet.
Newburg   ....
Debec Jet.
Marysville Jet.
Mattawamkeag 6 McAdam   	
McAdam 8 Mill Street	
Minto 20 South Devon	
Moosehead   4 Brownville Jet	
Milltown Spur   14 Milltown Jet	
Long Spur    21 Mileage 31.1 Minto Sub.
Shogomoc  12 McAdam  	
Shore Line   14 Bay Shore 	
Southampton 18 Southampton	
St. Andrews    15 Watt	
St. Stephen 15 McAdam   	
Tobique 16 Perth Jet	
West Saint John 11 Lancaster	
Miles
to Presque Isle  34.0
to Edmundston (Incl. 27.4 miles CN Joint
Track)   56.1
to Fredericton 22.2
to South Devon    59.0
to Houlton 8.0
to Marysville 2.8
to Brownville Jet 105.1
, to McAdam 84.4
, to Pennlyn 52.4
to Mileage 117.1    117.1
.to Milltown 4.6
. to Avon 3.0
. to Aroostook 105.8
to St. George    42.6
. to Nackawic    9.4
.to St Andrews  27.5
.to St. Stephen 33.9
.to Plaster Rock    27.5
. to West Saint John    3.4
E. T. SADLER, Superintendent, Saint John.
798.8
C. E. MOORE, Asst. Supt., Saint John.
A. A. MARQUIS, Asst. Supt., Brownville Jet.
C. T. BRENEOL, Asst Supt., Aroostook.
Dispatching office, Saint John, Tel. 506 — 672-9266 or New Brunswick 1-800-222-9770
U.S.A., Enterprise 7402
F. G. SLATTERY, Chief Train Dispatcher.
C. W. MacPHERSON, Night Chief Train Dispatcher.
J. E. DUPUIS, Night Chief Train Dispatcher.
R. G. FULTON,
L. M. HATCHETTE,
G. E. CLARK,
J. H. WILCOX,
J. H. QUIGG,
D. A. NASON,
I A. WEBB,
J. W. TURNER,
D. J. TOOMEY,
G. F. BLAGDON,
R. V. NIXON,
H. A. GRANT,
W. M. BAIRD,
S. B. BAKER.
Train
Dispatchers
DOMINION ATLANTIC RAILWAY
SUBDIVISION (or Spur)        PAGE MiIes
Halifax    22 Windsor Jet    to Kentville 56.1
Kentville 24 Kentville    to Annapolis Royal   58.4
Kingsport Spur 25 Kentville   	
Truro 2S Windsor	
Yarmouth  26 Annapolis Royal	
to Aldershot    2.3
to Truro 56.9
to Yarmouth 86.0
E. T. SADLER, Superintendent, Saint John.
Dispatching Office, Saint John, Tel. 506 — 672-9266 or 1-800-561-9742
F. G. SLATTERY, Chief Train Dispatcher.
C. W. MacPHERSON, Night Chief Train Dispatcher.
J. E. DUPUIS, Night Chief Train Dispatcher.
259.7
E. W. PURSSELL, Manager, Kentville.
Saint John Division Train Dispatchers will issue
train orders on Dominion Atlantic Rly.
*aA
 TIME TABLE No. 12. APRIL 30. 1978
WESTWARD TRAINS—INFERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
949
Freight
Daily
0700
0735
0753
0815
0834
0846
0852
0859
0907
0935
1000
1040
1105
1115
907
Freight
Daily
2100
2135
2153
2215
2234
2246
2253
2300
2307
2320
2341
0023
0046
0100
FIRST CLASS
41
Pigr.
Daily
2345
0001
0013
0031
F 0034
0046
0100
0105
0110
0116
S 0130
0147
0216
0236
0250
o,
12.
21.
30.
33.
38
43
51.
55.
60.
65
73,
2.3
29.5
34.1
86
94
101.
114.
116.
117.
71.4-
75.0
85.2.
87.3
3
9	
9	
1	
115.3
5    A
MOOSEHEAD
SUBDIVISION
<
STATIONS
BROWNVILLE JCT. . .KWYZ
12.5
....   BENSON   	
8.7
 BODFISH  	
9.6
...   KYLETON   	
2.6
..  GREENVILLE   Z
 4.8  1
SQUAW BROOK  	
5.2
MOOSEHEAD   	
8 3
.   TARRATINE  	
4.0
..   BRASSUA   	
4.7
..  MACKAMP  	
4.7
. LONG POND	
8.5
..   JACKMAN    VZ
12.7
 HOLEB Z
8.6
 SKINNER . ...T.	
7.0
    BOUNDARY   	
12.2
 VACHON	
2.4
 AGNES	
0.6
V   MEGANTIC  ...CKVWYZ
YD
GV
Yard
150
51
150
NIL
MR
NIL
150
44
49
56
58
N136
S73
GC
102
NIL
117
153
NIL
Yard
9528
3330;
9630
8912
3075
2278
2337
3768
8156
4811
6280
7208
9225
Daily
949
Daily
907
Daily
41
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply between
Boundary and Brownville Jet
MOOSEHEAD SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted*—MPH
Passenger Trains    65
Freight and Mixed Trains   45
Permanent Slow Orders
Mileage Location
0.0 to  5.0 On curves 	
5.0 to  7.0 On curves 	
7.0 to 16.0 On curves 	
16.0 to 16.9 On curves 	
16.9 to 17.1 On curves 	
17.1 to 21.0 On curves 	
21.0 to 21.3 On curves 	
21.3 to 21.6 On curves 	
21.6 to 23.0 Through Rock Cuts
23.0 to 24.7 On curves   	
24.7 to 36.0 On curves   	
36.0 to 41.0 On curves   	
41.0 to 43.0 On curves   	
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Passenger
Trains
Freight and
Mixed Trains
50
_
45
—
50
—
45
—
35
35
45
—
40
40
35
35
20
20
35
35
40
40
60
—
45
__^_
Permanent Slow Orders
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Passenger
Mileage              Location Trains
49.0 to   53.3 On curves     50
53.3 to   53.7 On curves     45
53.7 to   73.6 On curves     50
73.65 First crossing west of
Jackman station     *30
73.6 to   89.0 On curves     50
89.0 to   94.7 On curves     45
94.7 to 108.0 On curves     35
108.0 to 111.0 On curves     45
111.0 to 116.0 On curves     50
116.0 to 116.7 On curves     35
U6.7               Agnes Street Crossing ... *25
116.7 to 117.1 On curves     35
0.28 Frontenac Street Crossing
(Sherbrooke Sub.)  10
* Until crossing fully occupied.
Freight and
Mixed Trains
*30
35
35
*25
35
10
Continued on page 5
 TIME TABLE No. 12, APRIL 30, 1978
o.o
12.5
21.2
30.8
33.4
V
2.3
29.5
t
34.1
38.2
143.4
51.7
55.7
60.4
65.1
J73.6
71.4'
75.0
85.2-
87.3
86.3
94.9 ......
01.9	
14.1	
JS 115.3
16-5   A
17.1
MOOSEHEAD
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
u>
V.
BROWNVILLE JCT.
12.5
    BENSON   	
8.7
.... BODFISH	
9.6
...   KYLETON   ....
2.6
..   GREENVILLE  ..
 4.8 	
.KWYZ
   SQUAW BROOK  	
5.2
    MOOSEHEAD   	
8.3
    TARRATINE   	
4.0
     BRASSUA   	
4.7
 MACKAMP 	
4.7
 LONG POND 	
8.5
V    JACKMAN    VZ
12.7
 HOLEB ...
8.6
 SKINNER .
7.0
    BOUNDARY
12.2
  VACHON  .
2.4
 AGNES ..
0.6
V   MEGANTIC
CKVWYZ
YD
G V
Yard
150
51
150
NIL:
9528
3330
9630
MR
NIL
I 15°
44
49
56
58 ;
N136
S73
8912
3075
2278
2337
3768
8156
4811
GC
102
NIL
117
153
NIL
Yard
6280
7208
9225
EASTWARD TRAINS—SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
40
Psgr.
Daily
0155
0135
0121
0102
F 0058
0046
0035
0029
0022
0015
s 0004
2341
2318
2300
2255
SECOND CLASS
952
Freight
Daily
1240
1219
1204
1146
1127
1115
1108
1101
1053
1040
1000
0925
0850
0840
908
Freight
Daily
0240
0218
0203
0135
0115
0100
0038
0031
^0023
? 0010
52305
2240
2205
2140
2130
FOURTH CLASS
84
Freight
Daily
2030
2008
1953
1935
1910
1857
1850
1843
1835
1820
1740
1710
1640
1625
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply between
Boundary and Brownville Jet
Daily
40
Daily
952
Daily
908
Daily
84
MOOSEHEAD SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Continued
Spring switch located at west end of Brownville Jet. yard. Box
marked "Push Button" installed opposite dwarf signal 15-B. Normal
indication on dwarf signal 15-B is "Stop". To obtain proceed indication, open box marked "Push Button" and be governed by instructions posted therein. Rules 104A and 509 apply.
All movements over public Highway 6-15 on track leading to
Beaudry Lumber Company at Greenville must be protected by member of crew.
Eastward trains stopping at Tarratine must not exceed 5 mph
approaching crossing at mileage 51.43 until crossing fully occupied.
Westward signals 699 and 721, eastward signals 770 and 740 at
Jackman are station protection signals.
In applying Rule 513, crews must wait eight (8) minutes when
using west switch of north siding and east switch of south siding at
Jackman.
At Jackman the time of Eastward trains applies at the East switch
of the North siding and the time of Westward trains applies at the
West switch of the South siding.
Automatic protected public crossing at grade
Mileage 73.65 Jackman. Westward freight trains stopping at Jack-
man must stop east of stop sign erected on station and engines of
such trains must be east of stop sign before proceeding then must
not exceed 5 mph until crossing fully occupied. Westward freight
trains not required to stop at Jackman may disregard stop sign and
proceed at a speed not exceeding 5 mph until crossing fully occupied
providing crossing protection is seen to be operating as intended.
Movements on siding and business track must be protected by member of crew.
When trains meet at Vachon and Westward train is holding main
track, west switch must be lined for siding in order to give Eastward
train an approach indication on signal 1164 at Agnes.
Movements over Agnes Street crossing mileage 116.7, except on
main track, must be protected by member of crew.
All switching movements over Frontenac St., mileage 0.28, Sherbrooke Sub., must be protected by member of crew.
Jet. with Q.C.R. and Sherbrooke Subdivision at Megantic—ABS.
Quebec and Maine boundary located at mileage 101.7
 TIME TABLE No. 12. APRIL 30. 1978
WESTWARD TRAINS-
INFERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
335
MEC
Freight
Tues.
Thurs.
Sat.
0750
0800
0810
0832
0839
0847
0900
0926
0940
e
*o
u
0» H
js
mW    "3
c
9
o
907
Freight
Daily
1100
1110
1200
1209
1218
1230
1237
1245
1257
949
Freight
Daily
0135
0145
0155
0204
0213
0225
0232
0240
0252
1318
1333
1340
1402
1435
1455
1505
FIRST
CLASS
41
Psgr.
Daily
2110
2114
S 2125
2133
2139
0.0
2.2
5.9
2149
2155
F 2202
2214
0313
0318
0330
0352
0417
0440
0450
2233
S 2245
2247
2300
2318
2332
2340
10.9
15.0
18.1
22.4
27.0
32.0
36.9
41.3
44.4
53.7
58.3
62.0
63.1
T
0.7
*4.9
7.2j
MATTAWAMKEAG
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
O r    McADAM   ..CKVWYZ
.   J 2.2
H 1      BURPEE   	
O   L 3.7
V...   VANCEBORO   ...KVWZ
31.0]
32.8J
75.6
79.5
89.8
100.2
1Q5.1
61.4
A
V
64.6
ca <
LAKE
5.0
LAMBERT
4.1
TODD'S FARM
3.1
.... TOMAH ...
4.3
.... FOREST ...
4.6
....  EATON   ...
5.0
.. DANFORTH VZ
4.9
. CHEROKEE I
4.4
. BANCROFT .,
3.1
WYTOPITLOCK
9.3
.   KINGMAN   .,
4.6
..  GORDON  ...
3.7
MA
BY
DF
/   MATTAWAMKEAG
Jet. M.E.C. Rd.
u  ^   KIRBY  	
12.5
...KZ
 V
«/»
103.9
1
...   WOOD ARD   	
3.9
  GILFORD 	
10.3
. HARDY POND  	
10.4
.... KNIGHTS	
4.9
BROWNVILLE JCT. KWYZ
YD
Yard
Nil
60
51
44
Nil
N44
S44
44
N74
S44
Nil
150
Nil
S45
N44
Nil
Nil
84
47
Nil
104
49
Yard
4156
2908
2998
2993
3007
2989
5109
3024
8980
3021
3010
5398
2056
6397
3008
EASTWARD TRAINS-
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST
CLASS
40
Psgr.
Daily
0440
0433
S 0425
0411
0405
0356
0350
I 0344
0330
0313
S 0300
0258
0244
0224
0209
0200
SECOND CLASS
908
Freight
Daily
0920
0910
0900
0851
0845
0832
0822
0812
0759
0741
0725
0719
0658
0633
0615
0600
952
Freight
Daily
1725
1715
1705
1655
1649
1636
1629
1622
1609
154:
1525
1520
1500
1435
1400
1350
336
MEC
Freight
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
1830
1820
1814
1801
1754
1747
1734
1716
1700
gill
e
9
o
FOURTH
CLASS
78
Freight
Daily
0120
0108
0058
0048
0040
0025
0018
0010
2353
2323
2300
2247
2223
2158
2140
2130
Tues.
Thurs.
Sat.
335
Daily
907
Daily
949
Daily
41
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply
between east switch Vanceboro
and Brownville Jet.
Daily
40
Daily
908
Daily
952
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
336
Daily
78
MATTAWAMKEAG SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
RESTRICTIONS
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
Passenger Trains     65
Freight and Mixed Trains  45
Permanent Slow Orders
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Mileage
0.0 t.
5.6 t
Location
5.6 On curves   	
5.9 Road Crossings Eastward
Road Crossings Westward
10.1 to   16.5 On curves   	
17.8 to   18.1 On curves   	
21.5 to 21.8 On curves 	
22.6 to 23.0 On curves 	
26.7 to 27.5 On curves 	
32.9 to 33.4 On curves 	
37.6 to 38.1 On curves 	
40.4 to 41.1 On curves 	
41.1 to 41.5 On curves 	
43.6 to 46.0 On curves 	
49.5 to 50.8 Drew Bog 	
Passenger
Trains
50
6
*15
50
60
50
50
50
60
50
35
50
50
45
Freight and
Mixed Trains
6
*15
35
30
Permanent Slow Orders
Mileage
Location
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Passenger    Freight and
Trains      Mixed Trains
50.8 to   52.1 On curves     50 —
52.8 to   55.2 On curves     55 —
58.3 to   59.2 On curves     50 —
60.9 to   61.8 On curves     50 —
61.8 to   62.6     20 20
62.6 to   63.0 On curves     50 —
84.0 to   92.0 On curves     50 —
92.0 to   98.0 On curves     45 —
98.0 to 102.0 On curves     55 —
102.0 to 104.5 On curves     50 —
104.5 to 105.1     30 30
* Until crossings fully occupied.
Crane and Auxiliary:—
Between Vanceboro and Mattawamkeag the movement of cranes and
auxiliaries of a capacity up to 250 tons and maximum gross weights^
of 256,000 lbs. on 4 axles or 386,000 lbs. on 6 axles is permitted at a
speed not exceeding 30 mph.
Continued on page 7
 TIME TABLE No. 12, APRIL 30. 1978
MATTAWAMKEAG SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES —Continued
First track north of and adjacent to main track at Vanceboro
is the car capacity siding.
Trains of the Maine Central Railroad will be governed by the
Rules and Regulations of CP Rail.
Rules 263 to 273 apply between signal 07—Dwarf signal 07B
west of McAdam station and signal 56 east of Vanceboro station.
Spring switch located at west end of McAdam yard. Rule 104A
applies.
Jet. with MEC at Mattawamkeag—CTC.
Rules 263 to 273 apply between signal 617 located 400 feet
east of Mattawamkeag River bridge and signal 638 at west switch,
Kirby.
Jet. with Shogomoc and McAdam Subs, at McAdam—ABS.
Vanceboro and Mattawamkeag are register stations for trains
originating and terminating only.
Giddings spur loading track is located at mileage 42.43.
Eastward signals 68 and 86 west of Vanceboro are Station Protection Signals-
Rule 512 — Block indicators between Vanceboro and Mattawamkeag, where provided, consist of two small
lights and a push button. Green light indicates track
unoccupied. Red light indicates track occupied. To
obtain indication, depress push button located under
block indicator box.
Rule 513 — Amended to read "Wait five minutes" instead of
"three minutes" between Vanceboro and Mattawamkeag.
Rule 509 — In addition to being applied at ABS signals indicating STOP, this rule must also be applied at the
following signal when displaying STOP and PROCEED indication :
Danforth — Westward signal 317 governing movements on main
track.
At all locations in ABS territory between Vanceboro
and Mattawamkeag where dwarf signals governing
movements from sidings to main track remain at
STOP after switches have been set for movement to
main track and waiting 5 minutes, apply Rule 509.
At Danforth, when a train or engine is on either North Siding,
South Siding or track No. 5 and an eastward train or engine passes,
the position of switches at the west end of these tracks must not be
changed or the main track fouled until the entire eastward movement is beyond Signal 317.
North siding at Kingman extends from West main track switch
to crossover to main track. Trackage east of crossover to East
main track switch is storage track.
The following signals may be passed while displaying STOP
indication for movement on siding when it is known that switches
are set straight and that track is clear : —
Forest     — Signal 226B at east end of South siding.
Kingman — Signal 53 8B at east end of North siding.
Rule 5 —
Forest — The time of Eastward trains applies at East switch of
the North siding and the time of Westward trains applies at the
West switch of the North siding.
Danforth — The time of Eastward trains applies at the East switch
of the South Siding and the time of Westward trains applies at the
west switch of the North siding.
Bancroft — Siding extends from west main track switch to east
crossover switch to main track. The time of Eastward trains applies
at the crossover switch to the siding.
Kingman — The time of Eastward trains applies at the East switch
of the South siding and the time of Westward trains applies at the
West switch of the South siding.
When trains are issued Form A train order to meet at Forest,
Danforth, Bancroft and Kingman, the train required to take the
siding will use the switch where Rule 5 applies for the opposing
train, unless otherwise directed by train order.
The time of westward Second Class trains at Brownville Jet.
applies at east switch of east yard commonly known as Siberia.
East switch of loading track at Tomah, mileage 18.07 equipped
with an electric switch lock. Rule 104C applies.
Automatic protected public crossings at grade
Mileage 5.72 — Shaw Road, Vanceboro, Special Highway Grade
crossing signal located to right of track governs
movements of Eastward trains over crossing
which, when lighted, indicates STOP. Eastward
movements receiving STOP indication must be
governed by instructions located in cut-out box.
In emergency, crossing STOP signal may be
passed when crossing protected by member of
crew. Manual cut-out device located on post
marked "XC" and on special signal.
Mileage 10.86 — Lambert Lake. Movement over crossing, except
on main track, must be protected by member
of crew.
Mileage 22.4 — Town Road. Forest. A member of crew must
protect crossing when Eastward train is holding
main track for meet. All movements on other
than main track must be protected by member
of crew.
Mileage 26.99
Mileage 31.97
32.07
Mileage 41.23
Mileage 44.39
Mileage 61.71
Mileage 61.94
Mileage 62.37
U.S. Route No. 1, Eaton. Westward trains
switching must not exceed 10 MPH approaching crossing until crossing fully occupied.
Station Crossing, Danforth and
County Road, Danforth. Westward trains switching must not exceed 5 MPH approaching crossings until crossings fully occupied. Movements
on other than main track must be protected by
member of crew. Manual cut out device located
on station. Cars may be left up to crossing on
Westward approach and manual control is provided for reverse moves. Manual cut out located
on post 200 feet West of crossing mileage 32.07
for Eastward trains switching.
County Road, Bancroft. Eastward trains stopping must not exceed 10 MPH approaching
crossing until crossing fully occupied. Movements on other than main track must be protected by member of crew.
Route No. 171, Wytopitlock. Movements on
other than main track must be protected by
member of crew.
Mattawamkeag. Westward freight trains with
over 25 cars having work to do at Mattawamkeag will leave train east of Stewart's Crossing
before proceeding to station with engine.
Depot Street, Mattawamkeag. All movements
over crossing on track No. 20, must be protected
by member of crew.
Military road, Mattawamkeag. Automatic crossing gates. Movements on other than main track
must use manual control. Cars must not be left
standing on interchange tracks within 100 feet
of crossing.
New Brunswick and Maine boundary located at mileage 5.6
 8
TIME TABLE No. 12. APRIL 30, 1978
WESTWARD TRAINS-
INFERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
949
Freight
Daily
2015
2030
2036
2050
2107
2119
2123
2135
2140
2155
2210
2230
Daily
949
907
Freight
Daily
0720
0735
0741
0800
0815
0826
0835
0847
0852
0907
0922
0940
Daily
907
FIRST
CLASS
41
Psgr.
Daily
1900
1912
1918
1930
1942
1950
S 2000
2009
2013
S 2023
2040
2055
Daily
41
0.0
2.2
3.0
9.9
14.0
23.4
31.7
34.2
36.9
41.5
44.4
47.7
51.7
55.2
59.6
65.1
70.9
75.2
84.4
V
5.4
43.3.
46.0-
62.3
65.8
81.4
A
McADAM
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
o  1
co ■<
<
... MILL STREET  Z
2.2
....   LANCASTER   	
Jet. West Saint John Sub.
0.8
....   SAINT JOHN   K
6.9
.... GRAND BAY 	
4.1
WESTFIELD BEACH R
Jet. C.N.R.
9.4
 WELSFORD 	
8.3
V.
....   WIRRAL   ..
2.5
.   ENNISKILLEN
2.7
 HOYT ....
4.6
 BAILEY ...
2.9
FREDERICTON JCT.
Jet. Fredericton Sub.
3 3
   TRACY  	
KVYZ
4.0
    VESPRA   	
3.5
   ROOTH  	
4.4
  CORK	
5.5
   HARVEY   Z
5.8
..  PRINCE WILLIAM  	
4.3
..   MAGAGUADAVIC   	
9.2
V    McADAM    ...CKWYZ
Rule 93A applies between
McAdam and Lancaster
w
H
MA
Yard
Yard
Yard
34
37
99
Nil
150
Nil
37
90
Nil
50
48
Nil
109
Nil
34
Yard
2474
2603
6128
9835
2625
5441
3259
3211
6698
2459
EASTWARD TRAINS-
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST
CLASS
40
Psgr.
Daily
0700
0635
* 0629
0615
0603
0554
S 0550
0535
0531
S 0520
0506
0455
Daily
40
SECOND
CLASS
952
Freight
Daily
2200
2142
2136
2122
2107
2055
2050
2020
2013
955
1940
1925
Daily
952
FOURTH CLASS
64
Freight
Daily
0430
0415
0407
0353
0337
0325
0320
0250
0245
0230
0215
0200
Daily
64
68
Freight
Daily
1325
1310
1302
1248
1232
1220
1215
1145
1140
1125
1110
1055
Daily
68
60
Freight
Daily
ex. Sat.
O H
o z
52
UJ   i/>
2>
Sf 5
2350
2330
2325
2310
2255
2240
Daily
ex. Sat.
60
McADAM SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES ON PAGE 9
 TIME TABLE No. 12. APRIL 30, 1978
McADAM SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Rules 263 to 273 apply between signal 07, dwarf signal 07B west
of Mill Street, and signal 20 east of Lancaster.
Special instruction "D" applies at the following switches mileage:
0.90, 1.23, 1.40, 1.59.
A pusher engine from Mill Street which is to return must proceed
west of signal 14 and then be governed by indication displayed by
signal 14.
Westward movements leaving Mill Street, must not proceed until
signal 01 located 300 ft. west of west pier of viaduct displays a
clear signal. If signal displays other than a clear signal, communijH
cate with operator at Saint John and upon receiving advice that
there is no conflicting movement, proceed at restricted speed to
signal 07.
Westward movements switching in spur track, mileage 1.44, must
not allow switching movements to extend beyond signboard located
300 feet west of switch.
Eastward movements for Mill Street must remain clear of east
crossover at Lancaster when signal 20 indicates STOP.
INTERLOCKING LIMITS — LANCASTER
Between signals 51 and 52 McAdam sub.
Between signal 51 McAdam sub. and
signals 53 and 54 West Saint John sub.
Between signals 54 and 55 West Saint John sub.
Restricted clearance between main track and west end of No. 5
track, Lancaster yard.
Eastward freight trains may register at Saint John by register
ticket.
Westward trains assembled at Bay Shore may register at Saint
John by register ticket.
At mileage 3.1, Saint John, switch leading from No. 1 and No. 2
station tracks to main track is to be left set for movement from
station lead to main track. When in this position green light and
target will so indicate.
Automatic protected public crossings at grade
Mileage 2.09 — Eastward movements stopping on main track,
McAdam Subdivision at Lancaster, between
power switch and crossover east of power
switch, must use manual controls.
Mileage   2.7
Mileage 34.13
Church Avenue. All movements must not exceed 10 mph for a distance of 350 feet approaching crossing until crossing fully occupied.
Westward trains stopping on main track at En-
niskillen must stop East of mile post at mileage
34.0 and then not exceed 10 miles per hour until
crossing fully occupied.
Movements over these cross-
tings   except   on   main   track
must be protected by member
of crew.
Mileage    2.09 — Mill Street
2.7   — Church Avenue
9.94 — Grand Bay
24.0   — Welsford
Mileage 83.76 — Eastward trains approaching, must not exceed
35 mph until crossing fully occupied.
Jet. with West Saint John Sub. at Lancaster—Interlocking.
Jet. with CNR Westfield Beach—ABS.
Jet. with Fredericton Sub. at Fredericton Jet.—ABS.
Jet. with Shogomoc and Mattawamkeag Subs, at McAdam—ABS.
Spring switch located at east end of McAdam yard. Rule 104A
applies.
Westfield Beach is a register station for trains originating and
terminating only.
*No. 40 will stop at Westfield Beach to detrain revenue passengers
from points beyond McAdam.
Movements must not exceed 5 mph on both legs of wye at
Fredericton Jet.
The position of north wye track switch at Fredericton Jet. is
normal when set for west leg of wye.
Northward movements made on west leg of wye at Fredericton
Jet. must stop at STOP sign located on south side of track 138 ft.
west of crossing and wait 20 seconds before proceeding over
crossing mileage 0.14 Fredericton Subdivision.
Fredericton Jet. is a register station for trains originating and
terminating only.
The time of No. 60 at Fredericton Jet. applies at the west wye
switch.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
Passenger Trains 65
Freight and Mixed Trains 45
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
Mileage
0.0
to
0.4
to
1.4
to
2.2
to
Permanent Slow Orders
Location
0.4   	
1.4 On curves   ...
2.2 Road Crossings
3.0 On curves   ...
3.0 to 24.1 On curves   ...
13.4 to 13.5   	
24.1 to 27.1 On curves   ...
43.0 to 49.0 On curves   ...
64.0 to 67.0 On curves   ...
74.0 to 77.0 On curves    ...
83.0 to 84.4 On curves   ...
Passenger
Trains
20
35
*10
25
50
10
55
55
45
55
35
Freight and
Mixed Trains
20
35
*10
25
10
35
*Until crossing fully occupied.
 10
TIME TABLE No. 12, APRIL 30. 1978
NORTHWARD TRAINS-
INFERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
60
Freight
Daily
ex. Sun.
0020
0038
0046
0058
0110
Daily
ex. Sun.
60
0.0
8.2
12.1
18.8
22.2
1.3
17.8
A
FREDERICTON
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
FREDERICTON JCT. .KYZ   H
8 2
... RUSAGONIS	
3.9
 WAASIS	
, DOAK	
3.4
,.   FREDERICTON   ...KYZ  RS
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
CO
>»
Yard
37
41
48
Yard
2600
2800
3290
SOUTHWARD TRAINS—
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
61
Freight
Daily
ex. Sat.
1850
1832
1824
1810
1800
Daily
ex. Sat.
61
FOURTH CLASS
FREDERICTON SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Engine arriving Fredericton on No. 60 Saturday only must retain
all train orders and may assume schedule of No. 61 Sunday and
leave Fredericton without a clearance provided there is no operator
on duty.
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited approaching public crossings at
grade mileage 21.5 (University Avenue) and mileage 21.9 (Regent
Street) in the City of Fredericton.
Rule 45 applies between mileage 20 and 21.5.
Rule 105A does not apply.
Movements over York Street crossing in the City of Fredericton
must be protected by member of crew.
Railway crossing at grade
Mileage 22.26—C.N.R. Non-interlocked.
Movements must stop at stop signs.
Member of crew will proceed to crossing and if no
conflicting movement will give proceed signal.
C.N.R. time table governs on C.N.R. tracks, Fredericton yard.
Movements must not exceed 5 mph on both legs of wye at Fredericton and Fredericton Jet.
The position of north wye track switch at Fredericton Jet. is
normal when set for west leg of wye.
Northward movements made on west leg of wye at Fredericton
Jet. must stop at STOP sign located on south side of track 138 ft.
west of crossing and wait 20 seconds before proceeding over crossing
mileage 0.14.
Southward trains required to switch Texaco Canada spur, mileage
19.5, must not exceed 5 mph over crossing mileage 19.42 until crossing fully occupied.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
Passenger Trains  40
Freight and Mixed Trains  40
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Mileage Location All Trains
0.0  to     1.0 On curves    25
20.69 Approaching within 1,000 feet
and passing Dunn Road
crossing     *25
21.2 Approaching within 1,000 feet
and passing Forest Hill Road
crossing     *25
21.5 University Ave. crossing    *io
21.9 Regent Street crossing  *io
* Until crossing fully occupied.
 WESTWARD TRAINS —
INFERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
3.4
1.7
0.0
TIME TABLE No. 12. APRIL 30, 1978
11
3.4
I
0.0
WEST SAINT JOHN
SUBDIVISION
S
STATIONS
WEST SAINT JOHN
1.7
...   BAY  SHORE   ..
Jet. Shore Line Sub.
1.7
..   LANCASTER  ...
KW
Yard
Yard
Yard
EASTWARD TRAINS —
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
WEST SAINT JOHN SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Automatic protected public crossing at grade
Mileage   0.26—Main Street.
Dwarf signals controlling movements over this crossing are controlled by operator in Saint John station
and when signals display "STOP" indications, instructions may be obtained from operator.
To prevent excessive operation of crossing protection at Union
Point crossing, mileage 0.20, any eastward movement not going
beyond eastward Dwarf Signal No. 2 and returning in the direction of Lancaster must clear Circuit End Sign located at mileage 0.1
when return movement is completed.
Unless authorized by the yardmaster, movements against the current of traffic must not be made within yard limits.
Spring switch located at end of two tracks, Lancaster. Rule 104A
applies.
Interlocking limits—Lancaster:—
Between signals 54 and 55 West Saint John Sub.
Between signals 53 and 54 West Saint John Sub. and signal 51
McAdam Sub.
Between signals 51 and 52 McAdam Sub.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
Passenger Trains   25
Freight and Mixed Trains   25
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Mileage Location All Trains
0.0   to   0.2  10
0.2              Union Point Crossing     *10
0.26            Main Street Crossing  *10
0.79            Sherbrooke Street Crossing  *20
0.98             Sand Cove Road Crossing  *10
1.5   to   1.9  10
2.9   to   3.4  10
3.04 All tracks
St. John Street Crossing  * 5
* Until crossing fully occupied.
 12
TIME TABLE No. 12. APRIL 30, 1978
NORTHWARD TRAINS-
INFERIOR DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
72
Freight
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
726
CNR
Freight
Tues.
Fri.
0820
0832
0835
o
o
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>
>
xi
■D
Jm
Jm
in
l/>
o
e
3
o
cr
Jm
j*
o
%m
0
1130
1135
1145
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
72
55
Freight
Daily
ex. Mon.
0500
0520
0540
0550
0600
0612
0627
0641
0715
0730
0733
0755
0810
0825
0835
0841
0852
0857
Tues.
Fri.
726
0907
0915
0923
0928
0940
0.0
6.7
10.1
16.3
22.5
27.1
33.1
40.4
46.8
49.2
51.1
53.5
54.9
55.3
62.4
Daily
ex. Mon.
55
64.1
66.7
68.3
70.2
74.9
78.1
81.1
86.1
88.1
89.9
93.0
96.8
100.2
101.5
105.8
1.6
21.8
23.5
39.5
41.0
49.1
A
V
56.2
62.5
64
3
69.4
71.1
74.1
76.8
77.5
78.8
80.2
81.9
3
99.0
t
102.0
104.3
JL
SHOGOMOC
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
...  McADAM   ..CKVWYZ
Jet. McAdam Sub.
6.7
..   COTTRELL   	
3.4
SUGAR BROOK	
6.2
.   DEER  LAKE   	
6.2
CANTERBURY    Z
4.6
....   SCOTT   	
     6.0 :	
    BENTON   	
7.3
 DEBEC JCT PRYZ
Jet. Houlton Sub.
6.4
    DIBBLEE  	
2.4
    VALLEY    P
Jet. C.N.R.
1.9
... WOODSTOCK  KZ
2.4
UPPER WOODSTOCK	
1.4
  PHILLIPS 	
0.4
    NEWBURG    PR
Jet. Gibson Sub.
7.1
... DEEP CREEK	
  1.7  	
... HARTLAND Z
2.6
 HALE 	
1.6
    PEEL   	
1.9
...   STICKNEY    Z
4.7
FLORENCEVILLE Z
3.2
....   BRISTOL    Z
3.0
 BATH  Z
5.0
.. BEECHWOOD	
2.0
.. UPPER KENT Z
1.8
RIVER DE CHUTE 	
 3.1 	
.. KILBURN  	
3.8
...  INMAN  	
3.4
. PERTH JCT RZ
Jet. Tobique Sub.
1.3
.   ANDOVER   	
4.3
. AROOSTOOK KWZ
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
MA
RX
QT
CN
Yard
27
Nil
37
49
26
31
26
26
Nil
29
Nil
28
Nil
Nil
50
Nil
Nil
27
55
20
51
21
27
Nil
22
23
45
20
Yard
2073
2630
3291
2007
2343
1993
2014
2191
2120
3320
2771
3473
1795
3357
1716
2069
1796
1703
3068
1730
SOUTHWARD TRAINS-
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD
CLASS
73
Freight
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
JJ
3
t/>
4>
3
V
Jm
o
0715
0710
0700
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
73
FOURTH CLASS
54
Freight
Daily
ex. Sun.
1010
0946
0920
0905
0852
0840
0821
0803
0745
0730
0725
0707
0652
0640
0616
0610
0600
0555
0540
0528
0520
0510
0500
Daily
ex. Sun.
54
725
CNR
Freight
Mon.
Thurs.
1020
1008
1005
Mon.
Thurs.
725
56
Freight
Daily
ex. Sun.
1610
1552
1525
1510
1457
1445
1425
1358
1340
1306
1303
1245
1232
1220
1214
1208
1158
1153
1138
1125
1117
1111
1100
Daily
ex. Sun.
56
SHOGOMOC SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Perth Jet. is register station for all regular trains.
Newburg is register station for trains to and from Gibson Subdivision only.
Woodstock is register station for trains originating and terminating
and fourth class trains only.
Debec Jet. is register station for trains to and from Houlton Subdivision only.
Conductors of trains to the C.N.R. at Valley must report by telephone to the train dispatcher at Saint John when their trains are clear
of C.P.R. tracks and trains from the C.N.R. must not leave Valley
without first receiving permission to do so from the train dispatcher.
Conductors of trains to and from Gibson subdivision must report their arrival at Newburg by telephone to the train dispatcher
at Saint John. Trains from the Gibson subdivision must not leave
Newburg without first receiving permission to do so from the train
dispatcher.
Jet. with McAdam Sub. at McAdam—ABS
Continued on page 13
i
 TIME TABLE No. 12, APRIL 30, 1978
13
SHOGOMOC SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES —Continued
ABS—SOUTHWARD—-Continuous from Block End Sign, mileage 0.4.
NORTHWARD—From mileage 0.0 to Block End Sign,
mileage 0.4.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units:—
DRS-24, DRF-30, DRF-36 on Bridge 2.3 10 mph
on Bridges 51.5, 53.7, 78.0, 78.6 . .20 mph
DS-10 a to e, h, j, mileage 51.1 to 105.8 35 mph
Cars:—
Over 203,000 to 220,000 lbs. gross weight each, 30 mph on
Bridge 2.3.
Over 220,000 to 263,000 lbs. gross weight each, 10 mph on
Bridges 2.3, 53.7, 20 mph on Bridges 54.0, 78.6.
Over 189,000 to 220,000 (ore) lbs. gross weight each, 10 mph
on Bridges 53.7, 78.6.
Crane and Auxiliary:—
200 to 250 tons capacity
5 mph on Bridges 2.3, 53.7, 78.6.
10 mph on Bridge 78.0.
20 mph on Bridges 51.5, 54.0,
70.45, 98.9.
100 to 160 tons capacity 20 mph on Bridges 2.3, 53.7, 54.0,
78.0, 78.6.
Combination Crane-Pile Driver:—
30 or 31 tons capacity, 20 mph on Bridges 2.3, 53.7, 54.0, 78.0,
78.6.
Switch leading to siding extension at north end of siding Stick-
ney, is to be left set for movement from siding to main track.
When in this position yellow reflectorized target will so indicate.
On Hartland Industrial spur, located at mileage 63.18, No. 1
derail is located 493 feet, and No. 2 derail is located 1,900 feet
from main track switch. When switching above No. 2 derail, it
must be placed in derailing position. Switch to No. 1 spur track,
when not in use, must be left lined for spur track. Movements
must not exceed 10 mph.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
Mileage
0.0 to    51.1
51.1  to  105.8
Passenger
trains
30
40
Freight and
Mixed trains
30
40
Permanent Slow Orders
Mileage Location
0.0 At Jet. Switch with McAdam
Subdivision at McAdam ..
1.3 to      1.5  	
9.3 to      9.5  	
17.8 to    18.5  	
50.0 to   51.7 On curves   	
50.6 Public Crossing   	
51.2 Public Crossing   	
51.4 Public Crossing   	
51.7 to   53.5 On curves   	
53.5 to    54.2 On curves   	
57.8 to    59.0 Mud and Rock cuts	
64.0 to   64.5 On curves   	
64.14 Public Crossing    ||||
64.2 Public Crossing	
75.5 to   76.2 On curves   	
77.9 to   79.0 On curves   	
81.1 Public Crossing   	
82.6 to    85.0  	
97.0 to 100.2 On curves   	
100.2 to 100.4 On curves   	
100.4 Public Crossing   	
100.4 to 100.6 On Bridge	
100.6 Public Crossing   	
100.6 to 100.8 On curves   	
*Until crossing fully occupied.
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
15
15
15
15
20
*15
* 8
* 5
35
10
20
25
*10
*10
30
30
*30
10
35
10
* 4
10
*10
10
Automatic protected public crossings at grade.
Mileage     0.59—Harvey Road
64.14—Hartland
81.07—Bath
88.1—
101.46—Andover
Movement over these crossings,
except on main track, must be
protected by member of crew.
Mileage 22.43—Canterbury. Manual control for southward trains,
standing or switching.
Miieage 50.62—Woodstock. Movements must not exceed 15 mph
for a distance of 700 ft. either side, until crossing
fully occupied.
Mileage   63.1
•Northward trains leaving train on main track
south of crossing to switch on Hartland Industrial Spur will use manual control to prevent
crossing signals from operating continuously.
Mileage 64.14—King St. Hartland. Movements must not exceed
10 mph for a distance of 400 feet approaching
either side until crossing fully occupied. Northward trains switching or standing will use manual
control.
Mileage   81.07-
Mileage 101.46-
-Bath. All trains except passenger trains, occupying the operating circuit in excess of 5 minutes
must use manual control.
Trains and cars must be clear of insulated joints
painted yellow on either side of crossing on
main track or siding for manual control to be
effective.
-Andover. Manual control for northward trains
stopping south of crossing.
 TIME TABLE No. 12. APRIL 30, 1978
WESTWARD TRAINS-
INFERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
0.0
6.6
15.2
22.8
28.0
36.7
42.6
SHORE LINE
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
   BAY SHORE  KWZ
6.6
V       ALLAN COT 	
9.0 8.6
    MUSQUASH   	
7.6
    LEPREAU   	
5.2
 I   NEW RIVER 	
8.7
    PENNFIELD   	
6.1
  ST. GEORGE	
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Yard
Nil
3
3
6
13
NU
677
549
888
885
EASTWARD TRAINS-
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
SHORE LINE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
Passenger Trains   20
Freight and Mixed Trains   20
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Mileage Location All Trains
5.3              Public Crossing     *10
10.0   to 22.5  10
14.38            Over bridge     10
* Until crossing fully occupied.
Engines using loading track at Allan Cot must not proceed beyond
fouling point account light rail.
Automatic protected public crossing at grade
Mileage 11.40—All movements over crossing must come to a stop
and be protected by member of crew before proceeding over this crossing if crossing signals not
functioning properly.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units:—
Mile     0.5 to   2.9
6.7 to 10.0
Mile
DRS
15 mph
15 mph
22.8 to 36.4 15 mph
38.3 to 42.6 15 mph
-24, DRF-30, DRF-36 Prohibited.
Cars:—
Over 220,000 to 263,000 lbs. gross weight each; 10 mph on Bridges
14.38, 16.38, 31.29; when separated by 2 cars, 177,000 lbs. or less,
each.
Over 190,000 to 220,000 (ore) lbs. gross weight each: 10 mph on
Bridge 14.38 when separated by 2 cars, 177,000 lbs. or less, each.
Crane and Auxiliary:—
200  to 250 tons capacity:    prohibited.
23Vi to 160 tons capacity: 10 mph on Bridges 16.38, 31.29; 5 mph
on Bridge 14.38 when separated by 2
cars, 177,000 lbs. or less each.
Combination Crane-Pile Driver:—
25 to 31 tons capacity prohibited.
Rule 105A does not apply.
MILLTOWN SPUR
Westward—mileage 32.8 St. Stephen Sub. to end of
track  4.6 miles
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 20 MPH
Diesel units DRF-30, DRF-36, prohibited.
LANCASTER INDUSTRIAL SPUR
Northward—mileage 2.0 Shore Line Sub. to end of
track   0.8 miles
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 15 MPH
Diesel units DRS-24, DRF-30, DRF-36, prohibited.
Automatic protected public crossing at grade
Mileage 0.08—All movements must stop at STOP sign and
observe that crossing signals are operating
before proceeding.
 TIME TABLE No. 12. APRIL 30. 1978
15
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH
CLASS
53
Freight
Daily
ex. Sun.
1230
1242
1303
1315
1332
1345
Daily
ex. Sun.
53
27.5
23.1
13.0
8.9
3.3
0.0
T
26.9
ST. ANDREWS
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
ST. ANDREWS .. YZ
4.4
CHAMCOOK  	
10.1
ROIX ROAD 	
4.1
..   HEWITT   	
5.6
DUMBARTON   ....
3.3
...    WATT     R
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Yard
4
•4
3
713
769
724
1011
1063
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH
CLASS
52
Freight
Daily
ex. Sun.
1135
1120
1102
1050
1036
1025
Daily
ex. Sun.
52
ST. ANDREWS SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
Passenger Trains    20
Freight and Mixed Trains  20
_ I Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Mileage Location All Trains
25.3 Public Crossing     • 4
*Until crossing fully occupied.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units:—
ALL (except DS-10 a to e, h, j) Mile 0.0 to 12.0   20 mph
DS-10 a to e, h, j   20 mph
DRF-30, DRF-36  prohibited
Crane and Auxiliary:—
200 to 250 tons capacity 10 mph on Bridge 2.38, except 414479,
480, 503, 650.
Engine arriving Watt on No. 89 must retain all train orders and
may assume schedule of No. 52 and leave Watt without clearance.
Engine arriving St. Andrews on No. 52 must retain all train orders
and may assume schedule of No. 53 and leave St. Andrews without a
clearance.
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH
CLASS
53
Freight
Daily
ex. Sun.
<a£
1355
1430
Daily
ex. Sun.
53
89
Freight
Daily
ex. Sun.
0930
0948
1000
1015
Daily
ex. Sun.
89
33.9
32.8
25.2
19.2
14.8
13.8
0.0
32.5
15.3i
14.4-
1.1
1
ST. STEPHEN
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
... ST. STEPHEN .
1.1
MILLTOWN JCT.
7.6
MOORE'S MILLS
6.0
.Z
.. HONEYDALE ...
4.4
   WATT RZ
Jet St. Andrews Sub.
1.0
..   LAWRENCE   ...
13.8
.. McADAM CKWYZ
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and
44 apply.
MA
Yard
6
12
7
20
NU
Yard
896
1147
876
1677
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH
CLASS
90
Freight
Daily
ex. Sun.
0730
0705
0650
0640
0600
Daily
ex. Sun.
90
ST. STEPHEN SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
Passenger Trains     25
Freight and Mixed Trains   25
Permissible Speed
  Miles per Hour
Location All Trains
Permanent Slow Orders
Mileage
0.0   to   0.4 On curves
33.0   to 33.9 On curves
10
20
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units:—
DS-10 a to e, h, j  25 mph
DRS-24, DRF-30, DRF-36 on Bridges 13.87, 17.72   20 mph
Cars:—
Over 251,000 to 263,000 lbs. gross weight each, 25 mph on Bridges
13.87, 17.72.
Crane and Auxiliary:—
200 to 250 tons capacity prohibited except 414479, 480, 503, 650.
20 mph on Bridge 13.87.
10 mph on Bridge 17.72.
100 to 160 tons capacity, 20 mph on Bridge 17.72.
Combination Crane-Pile Driver:—
30 or 31 tons capacity, 20 mph on Bridge 17.72.
Engine arriving St. Stephen on No. 90 must retain all train orders
and may assume schedule of No. 89 and leave St. Stephen without a
clearance.
All tracks between Milltown Jet., mileage 32.8, and end of subdivision at mileage 33.9, are other than main track. Rule 105
applies.
All tracks between mileage 0.0 and mileage 1.0 at McAdam are
other than main track. Rule 105 applies.
The time of Southward trains at McAdam applies at south railyard
switch mileage 0.64.
 16
TIME TABLE No. 12. APRIL 30, 1978
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
THIRD
CLASS
73
Freight
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
0730
0750
0755
0807
0822
0845
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
73
0.0
4.0
7.7
9.4
13.6
14.4
15.2
18.7
19.7
26.6
27.5
j
1.2
25.7
A
TOBIQUE
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
...   PERTH  JCT.   ..RZ
4.0
TOBIQUE NARROWS .
3.7
    ROWENA   	
1.7
..    CURRIE   	
4.2
.... RED RAPIDS	
0.8
 LICFORD	
0.8
...  ARTHURETTE  ....
3.5
...  ODELL RIVER ....
1.0
....  BEVERIDGE  	
6.9
.:..  ARBUCKLE ....Y
0.9
..  PLASTER ROCK ..Z
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Nil
Nil
6
1
8
Nil
Nil
NU
4
Nil
Yard
901
647
1043
SOUTH-
WARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH
CLASS
72
Freight
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
1115
1052
1047
1035
599
1020
1000
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
72
TOBIQUE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
Passenger Trains   25
Freight and Mixed Trains   25
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Mileage                       Location All Trains
25.94 Over Bridge  5
Automatic protected public crossing at grade.
Mileage 0.34—Northward trains must not exceed 10 mph approaching this crossing.
Trains must not exceed 8 mph between mileage 5.8 and mileage
6.7 and between mileage 22.3 and mileage 22.5 and track must be
seen to be clear of obstruction.
Cars may be placed on main track at station, Plaster Rock. All
trains must keep clear of same.
Engine arriving Plaster Rock on No. 73 must retain all train orders
and may assume schedule of No. 72 and leave Plaster Rock without
a clearance.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units:—
DRS-24, DRF-30 and DRF-36 on Bridges 14.2, 14.58 ...   10 mph
Cars:—
Over 223,000 to 263,000 lbs. gross weight each, 20 mph on Bridges
14.2, 14.58, 25.94.
Crane and auxiliary:—
200 to 250 tons capacity, 5 mph on Bridges 14.2, 14.58.
100 to 160 tons capacity, 20 mph on Bridges 14.2, 14.58.
23 Vi to   75 tons capacity, 25 mph on Bridges 14.2, 14.58.
Combination Crane-Pile Driver:—
25, 30 or 31 tons capacity, 25 mph on Bridges 14.2, 14.58.
Rule 105A does not apply.
NORTHWARD
TRAINS
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
0.0
1.9
3.5
8.0
V
0.5
5.8
A
HOULTON
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
DEBEC JCT.  PRYZ
1.9
. ELMWOOD 	
1.6
GREEN ROAD ....
4.5
.    HOULTON
.Z
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
NU
Nil
Nil
Yard
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
HOULTON SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—-MPH
Passenger Trains   10
Freight and Mixed Trains      10
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units:—
Except DS-6 Mile 0.0 to 5.0 7 10 mph
DRF-30, DRF-36 "...".' prohibited
Trains must not be operated with more than one DE unit unless
authorized by the Superintendent.
Crane and Auxiliary:—
200 to 250 tons capacity prohibited except 414479, 480, 503, 650.
All trains must stop before passing over Old White Settlement
Road crossing, mileage 6.5 and over Military Street crossing, track
8, Houlton Yard, and all movements over these crossings must be
protected by member of crew.
Cars may be placed on main track at station, Houlton. All trains
must keep clear of same.
New Brunswick and Maine boundary located at mileage 5.0
 TIME TABLE No. 12, APRIL 30, 1978
17
NORTHWARD TRAINS-
INFERIOR DIRECTION
THIRD
CLASS
97
Freight
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
1400
1412
1430
1438
1443
1500
1515
1525
J
1.2
0.0
3.6 I....
8.9	
11.6 	
13.6
13.8 \1A I
14.6
18.7 17.8
22.0
24.8 	
27.4
28.2
1
EDMUNDSTON
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
AROOSTOOK   ....KWZ
3.6
..   MORRELL   	
5.3
.   LIMESTONE   	
2.7
ORTONVILLE   	
2.2
..   ARGOSY    Z
4.9
GRAND FALLS  Z
6.1
...   MARTIN   	
3.4
.. CYR JCT Z
Jet. C.N.R.
SOUTHWARD TRAINS-
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
CN
GF
Yard
15
8
34
11
24
35
NU
1417
1037
2422
1154
1795
2509
FOURTH CLASS
98
Freight
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
2050
2031
2021
2014
2008
1955
1940
1930
31.3
32.4
40.2
46.5
51.6
55.3
3.1
ST. LEONARD    R
1.1
.  I.N.R. JCT	
7.8
..   QUISIBIS   	
6.3
GREEN RIVER	
5.1
.   ST.   BASIL   	
-   3.7
FRASER JCT	
0.3
DN
55.6
56.1
CANADIAN PACIFIC JCT.   ..
Jet. C.N.R.
0.5
    EDMUNDSTON    Y
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
97
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply between
Aroostook and Cyr Jet.
Nil
Yard
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
98
EDMUNDSTON SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
When using yard track leading to Fraser Companies Ltd. mill at
Edmundston, movements must stop before reaching junction with
C.N.R. located north of Victoria Street crossing. Member of crew
will proceed to junction and, if no conflicting movement, will line
switches and give proceed signal.
All movements over Fraser Co. trestle must not exceed 5 MPH.
Trackage serving McCain Food Ltd., mileage 20.75. No cars to be
left south of derail on track No. 1.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units:—
DS-10 a to e, h, j mileage 0.0 to 20.0   30 mph
DRS-24, DRF-30, DRF-36 and SB-10   prohibited
Cars:—
Over 228,000 to 263,000 lbs. gross weight each and cars over
177,000 to 220,000 (ore) lbs. gross weight each, 20 mph on Bridge
0.46; 10 mph on Bridge 19.9 separated by 2 cars, 142,000 lbs. or
less, each.
Over 220,000 lbs. gross weight each being handled over Fraser
Company trestle Mil. 56.1, Edmundston yard, must be separated
from DE units and from each other by at least 2 cars 220,000 lbs.
or less, each.
Crane and Auxiliary:—
200   to 250 tons capacity, prohibited.
SM I        f 10 mph on Bridge 0.46.
100   to 160 tons capacity,     j Prohibited on Bridge 19.9.
23V2 to   75 tons capacity, 20 mph on Bridge; 0.46; 10 mph on
Bridge 19.9 separated by 2 cars, 142,000 lbs. or less, each.
Combination Crane-Pile Driver:—
(10 mph on Bridge 0.46.
(Prohibited .on Bridge 19.9.
30 or 31 tons capacity,
25 tons capacity, 20 mph on Bridge 0.46; 10 mph on Bridge 19.9
separated by 2 cars, 142,000 lbs., or less, each.
C.N.R. timetable governs on joint track between Cyr Jet. and
Canadian Pacific Jet.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
Mileage
0.0   to
20.0   to
20.0
28.2
Passenger
Trains
35
25
Freight and
Mixed Trains
35
25
Permanent Slow Orders
Mileage
Location
0.0 to. 1.0 On curves  .
5.5 to 6.5 On curves .
6.5 to 8.7 On curves .
13.8 to 18.0 On curves .
18.0 to 19.5 On curves .
19.5 to 20.1 On curves .
19.9 Over Bridge
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
20
25
30
30
25
15
10
Whistle signal 14 (L) is prohibited approaching public crossing at
grade mileage 56.2 (Victoria Street) in the City of Edmundston.
Movements over Victoria St. crossing north of Edmundston station must be protected by member of crew.
Rule 105A does not apply between Aroostook and Cyr Jet.
All tracks between Canadian Pacific Jet. and Edmundston are
other than main track, Rule 105 applies.
No. 98 will obtain a clearance at St. Leonard and may leave Cyr
Jet. without obtaining clearance.
 18
TIME TABLE No. 12, APRIL 30. 1978
NORTHWARD
TRAINS-
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
725
CNR
Freight
Mon.
Thurs.
0700
0712
0716
0721
0738
0800
0808
0842
0900
0905
0916
0931
1000
Mon.
Thurs.
725
THIRD
CLASS
81
Freight
Daily
ex. Sun.
0600
0612
0616
0621
0638
0700
0708
0722
0750
2 3
Daily
ex. Sun.
81
60.7
60.3
59.0
57.8
56.5
54.6
47.2
42.6
39.3
36.2
30.6
22.0
20.6
16.3
9.9
0.0
H
52.0
22.3
1
19.6
1.0
A
GIBSON
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
FREDERICTON   ...KYZ
0.4
UNA JUNCTION
Jet. C.N.R.
——  1.3    —
Jet
SOUTH DEVON KZ
C.N.R. and Minto Sub.
1.2
. NORTH DEVON ...
1.3
. NASHWAAKSIS ...
1.9
DOUGLAS FIELD ..
7.4
.... KESWICK	
4.6
BURTTS CORNER .
3 3
.... ZEALAND	
3.1
..  STONERIDGE	
5.6
RY
    BARTON   ....
8.6
SOUTHAMPTON
Jet. Southampton Sub
1.4
... MILLVILLE   Z
4.3
WOODMAN  	
6.4
..  CARR  	
9.9
NEWBURG    PRZ
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply,
RS
DU
SN
Yard
Nil
Nil
6
3
9
14
Nil
6
10
893
710
800
1325
6
Nil
833
1108
901
838
2
13
Nil
695
1226
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
726
CNR
Freight
Tues.
Fri.
1200
1148
1140
1135
1117
1054
1046
1032
1012
1007
0952
0935
0910
Tues.
Fri.
726
82
Freight
Daily
ex. Sun.
1220
1210
1202
1157
1140
1120
1112
1100
1040
*" o
1-
5 to
Daily
ex. Sun.
82
NORTHWARD
TRAINS—
INFERIOR
DIRECTION
FOURTH CLASS
82
Freight
Daily
ex. Sun.
1000
1010
025
Daily
ex. Sun.
82
9.4
6.5
3.7
0.0
V
6.0
1.0
A
SOUTHAMPTON
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
. NACKAWIC ....
2.9
... PINDER	
2.8
. CAVERHILL
3.7
SOUTHAMPTON .
RYZ
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
SN
Yard
8
Nil
Yard
808
SOUTHWARD
TRAINS-
SUPERIOR
DIRECTION
THIRD CLASS
81
Freight
Daily
ex. Sun.
0820
0811
0755
Daily
ex. Sun.
81
GIBSON
SUBDIVISION
FOOTNOTES
ON PAGE 19
SOUTHAMPTON
SUBDIVISION
FOOTNOTES
ON PAGE 19
 TIME TABLE No. 12. APRIL 30. 1978
19
GIBSON SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Whistle signal 14 (L) is prohibited approaching public crossings
at grade mileage 21.5 (University Avenue) and mileage 21.9
(Regent Street), Fredericton Subdivision, in the City of Fredericton.
C.N.R. timetable governs on C.N.R. tracks between Una
Junction   and   South   Devon.
Railway crossing at grade
Mileage   0.04 — C.N.R. Half Interlocking. Movements must stop
Minto Sub. at STOP signs. Member of crew will walk to
electric lock at Jet. switch with Minto Sub. and
if no conflicting movement seen approaching on
C.N.R. will apply Rule 104 C.
Trains and engines must not exceed 5 mph on both legs of
wye at Fredericton.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
Passenger Trains 30
Freight and Mixed Trains 30
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Mileage Location All Trains
6.8  to    7.2 On curves  20
20.5   to  21.0 On curves  25
26.5   to   30.0 On curves  20
30.0 to   58.7  20
48.66   10
56.1 Public Crossing   * 10
57.73 Public Crossing  * 6
57.8 Public Crossing  * 6
58.4 Public Crossing  *10
58.7 Public Crossing  * 6
58.9 Public Crossing  * 4
*Until crossing fully occupied.
Automatic protected public crossings at grade
University Avenue, and Regent Street, Fredericton. No engine,
car or train shall exceed 10 mph approaching these crossings until
crossing fully occupied.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units:—
DRS-24, DRF-30 and DRF-36 on Bridge 22.28 .. .20 mph
Cars:—
Over 233,000 to 263,000 lbs. gross weight each, 20 mph on
Bridge 22.28.
Crane and Auxiliary:—
200 to 250 tons capacity.. 5 mph on Bridge 22.28.
10 mph on Bridges 15.6, 56.0
Prohibited on Bridge 30.5.
Prohibited  on Bridge 25.13  except
414479,480,503,650.
100 to 160 tons capacity. .10 mph on Bridges 15.6, 22.28, 30.5.
SOUTHAMPTON SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Engine arriving Nackawic on No. 81 must retain all train orders
and may assume schedule of No. 82 and leave Nackawic without
a clearance.
Cars may be placed on main track within 200 feet of end of
subdivision at Nackawic. All trains must keep clear of same.
Rule 105A does not apply.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
Passenger Trains 30
Freight and Mixed Trains 30
 20
TIME TABLE No. 12. APRIL 30. 1978
WESTWARD TRAINS-
INFERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
51.9
45.7
40.8
39.9
34.2
33.1
23.3
5.6
0.5
0.0
52.4
A
28.9
1.4
A
MINTO
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
    PENNLYN   	
6.2
    CHIPMAN    YZ
4.9
IRON BOUND COVE	
0.9
    MIDLAND   	
5.7
NEWCASTLE BRIDGE   	
1.1
    MINTO    RYZ
  9.8 	
    RIPPLES   	
17.7
    BARKER  	
5.1
.. MARYSVILLE JCT Y
0.5
...   SOUTH   DEVON    KZ
Jet. C.N.R. and Gibson Sub.
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Yard
11
Nil
Nil
Nil
16
DU
14
10
13
Nil
CO
1023
1494
1330
900
1293
EASTWARD TRAINS-
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
MINTO SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Railway crossing at grade
Mileage 0.04—C.N.R. Half Interlocking. Movements must stop at
STOP signs. Member of crew will walk to electric
lock at Jet. switch with Gibson Sub. and if no conflicting movement seen approaching on C.N.R. will
apply Rule 104C.
Minto Subdivision extends to mileage 52.44.
Derail installed on main track at mileage 45.5. The provisions of
Rule 104E apply.
Automatic protected public crossings at grade
Mileage 0.83—Carman Ave., Marysville Jet movements on other
than main track must be protected by member of
crew.
Mileage 33.1
—Minto. Manual control for Eastward trains cut at
crossing. All movements over crossing must come to
a stop and be protected by member of crew before
proceeding over this crossing if crossing signals not
functioning properly.
Mileage 34.21—All movements over crossing must come to a stop
and be protected by member of crew before proceeding over crossing if crossing signals not functioning properly.
Mileage 45.55—Chipman. Movements over crossings must be pro-
45.56   tected by member of crew.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
All Trains
(Between South Devon and Minto)      25
(Between Minto and Mileage 52.44)      20
Permanent Slow Orders
Mileage
Location
0.0   to
32.8
41.0
45.4
45.5
0.5
Public Crossing
On Bridge ....
On Bridge ....
Public Crossing
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
10
*10
5
Prohibited
*10
* Until crossing fully occupied.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units:—
Except DS-6 Mileage 48.9 to 52.44 20 mph
DRS-24, DRF-30. (Bridges 31.73, 39.8, 40.2 20 mph
and DRF-36 (Bridge 41.0 to Mileage 52.44 prohibited
Crane and Auxiliary:—
200 to 250 tons capacity:
5 mph on Bridges 31.73, 40.2.
10 mph on Bridges 33.43, 39.8.
Prohibited on Bridge 41.0 and to
Mileage 52.44.
150 to 160 tons capacity, 20 mph on Bridges 31.73, 40.2 and prohibited on Bridge 41.0 and to Mileage 52.44.
Cars:—
Over 189,000 to 220,000 (Ore) lbs. gross weight each. Prohibited
on Bridge 45.45.
Over 230,000 to 263,000 lbs. gross weight each,
20 mph on Bridges 31.73, 39.8,40.2.
Prohibited on Bridges 41.0 and 45.45.
 TIME TABLE No. 12, APRIL 30. 1978
21
NORTHWARD TRAINS-
INFERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
DOWN
o.o
3.0
3.6
7.5
12.3
12.7
13.7
14.7
19.5
22.6
25.7
27.6
30.5
31.1
32.2
34.0
Y
1.5
7.0
9.3
18.7
20.4
31.5
A
AROOSTOOK
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
..  AROOSTOOK   KWZ
3.0
....   TINKER   	
0.6
...   GUTHRIE   	
3.9
FORT FAIRFIELD    Z
4.8
,.  MAYNARD   	
0.4
.   GOODWIN   	
1.0
..   MAINES   	
1.0
EAST LYNDON	
4.8
.. CARIBOU Z
3.1
... McGRAW 	
3.1
.. CAMPBELL	
1.9
.  PARKHURST  	
2.9
   GUIOU 	
0.6
..   DAGGETT   	
1.1
WASHBURN JCT.	
Jet. A.V.R.
1.8
PRESQUE ISLE Z
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
CN
Yard
Nil
24
7
20
Nil
Nil
Nil
10
13
Nil
15
8
Nil
19
Yard
1800
939
1705
1197
1355
1378
968
1644
SOUTHWARD TRAINS-
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
NO
REGULAR
TRAINS
READ
UP
AROOSTOOK SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
Passenger Trains     20
Freight and Mixed Trains  20
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units:—
DRF-30, DRF-36  prohibited.
All movements over public crossings, mileages 8.0, 19.4, 19.5,
19.6, 33.4, 33.5, and mileage 33.7 to 33.9, must not exceed 6 mph
until crossing fully occupied.
All movements must stop before passing over North Street
crossing, mileage 33.18. All movements over this crossing must
be protected by member of crew.
Movements over Academy Street crossing, Presque Isle, mileage
33.9, must be protected by member of crew.
Automatic protected public crossing at grade
Mileage 19.6—Caribou. Movements, except on main track, must
be protected by member of crew. On main track,
all movements over crossing must come to a stop
and be protected by member of crew before proceeding over this crossing if crossing signals not
functioning properly.
Rule 105A does not apply.
New Brunswick and Maine boundary located at mileage 4.82
MARYSVILLE SPUR
Northward—mileage 0.5 Minto Sub. to end
of track   2.8 miles
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 20 MPH
Diesel units DRF-30, DRF-36 prohibited.
LONG SPUR
Southward—mileage 31.1 Minto Sub. to end
of track   3.0 miles
Rule 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 15 MPH
All movements over public crossing at grade, mileage 2.5
must come to a stop and be protected by member of crew
before proceeding over this crossing if crossing signals not
functioning properly.
 22
TIME TABLE No. 12. APRIL 30. 1978
WESTWARD TRAINS-
INFERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND
CLASS
25
Freight
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
1835
1945
1953
2005
2016
2022
2027
2045
2055
2103
2115
2118
2123
2126
2140
FIRST CLASS
Psgr.
Sun.
Psgr.
Daily
2120
1730
2150
S 2154
2157
S 2204
S 2208
2217
S 2222
S 2226
1800
S 1804
1807
S 1814
S 1818
1827
S 1832
S 1836
S 2235
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sun.
0630
0700
S 0704
0707
S 0714
S 0718
' 0727
S 0732
S 0736
S 1845
2241 1851
S 2247 S 1856
S 2254 S 1904
S 2257
S 2259
S 2303
S 2306
2315
S 1907
s 1909
S 1913
S 1916
1925
S 0746
0753
S 0759
S 0806
S 0809
S 0811
S 0816
S 0820
0830
o.o
2.9
4.8
10.2
12.8
19.5
23.3
26.2
31.6
34.6
38.1
43.0
44.9
46.2
49.1
50.9
56,1
T
30.3,
32.3'
HALIFAX
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
>■
Ztt
<-,
Q<
z
..  HALIFAX  ...
3.6
1   ARMDALE   1
1.3
FAIRVIEW JCT.
1.1
ROCKINGHAM
4.5
.    BEDFORD    .
5.3
.   WINDSOR  JCT.
Jet. C.N.R.
2.9
. BEAVER BANK .
1.9
...  FENERTY'S  ...
5.4
SOUTH UNIACKE
2.6
MOUNT UNIACKE
6.7
..  STILLWATER  ..
3.8
.   ELLERSHOUSE   .
2.9
...   NEWPORT   ...
  5.4 	
.RYZ
.P
.P
37.5^
38.8'
48.6]
51.5
52.1
±
WINDSOR   ....KWYZ
Jet. Truro Sub.
3.0
SHAW'S BOG  P
3.5
HANTSPORT  Z
4.9
 AVONPORT  	
1.9
HORTON   LANDING   ...
1.3
...   GRAND PRE  	
2.9
...   WOLFVILLE   	
1.8
. PORT WILLIAMS P
5.2
.... KENTVILLE ..CKWYZ
OC
WI  Yard
RW
HN
Nil
19
Nil
22
16
Nil
Nil
1620
1790
1410
RK
Yard
20
23   I
Nil
16
20
26
21
Yard
1666
1823
1458
1641
1982
1706
EASTWARD TRAINS-
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sun.
0610
0540
|s 0534
0531
S 0524
S 0520
0511
S 0505
S 0501
S 0453
0446
S 0441
0435
0432
0430
0426
0423
0415
Psgr.
Daily
Psgr.
Sun.
1505
2055
1435
1429
1426
1419
1415
1406
1400
1356
2025
S 2019
2016
S 2009
S 2005
1956
S 1950
S 1946
S 1348
1341
S 1336
S 1938
1931
S 1926
1330
1327
1325
1321
1318
1310
1920
1917
1909
1906
1903
1855
FOURTH
CLASS
50
Freight
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
1615
1605
1552
1540
1515
1450
1442
1430
1426
1420
1410
o
1400
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
25
Sun.
Daily
Daily
ex. Sun.
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply between
Windsor and Windsor Jet.
Daily
ex. Sun.
Daily
4
Sun.
Daily
ex. Sat.
and Sun.
50
HALIFAX SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
First Class trains may register at Windsor by register ticket when
operator on duty.
Times shown at Halifax for information only.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
Passenger Trains
Between Kentville and Windsor  	
Between Windsor and Windsor Jet	
Freight and Mixed Trains   	
RDC
Units
Other
65
40
50
40
^_
40
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Passenger      Freight and
Mileage Location Trains       Mixed Trains
0.0   to     8.0 On curves  45
19.0   to   23.0 On curves  40 —
31.0   to 32.5 Causeway and on curves 25 25
32.5   to   37.8 On curves  40 —
37.93 Crossing Prince Street .. *10 *10
38.0 Crossing William Street. *10 *10
38.34 Crossing Tannery Road. 25 25
38.0   to   48.5 On curves  45 —
39.7 to   40.0    15 15
48.5   to   55.8 On curves  40 —
55.8 to   56.1 All crossings     *10 *10
*Until crossing fully occupied.
Trains handling cars loaded with Gypsum rock must not exceed
30 mph.
Continued on page 23
 TIME TABLE No. 12, APRIL 30. 1978
23
HALIFAX SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES —Continued
RESTRICTIONS
Cars:—
Over 220,000 to 263,000 lbs. and ore cars over 190,000 lbs.
gross weight each: 35 mph; over 80 lb. and 85 lb. rail between
mileage 1 and mileage 15 and between mileage 38 and mileage 49.
Crane and Auxiliary:—
150 to 160 ton capacity       20 mph
200 to 250 ton capacity {^^J
Bridge 24.64.
Bridges 44.37 to 53.29.
Bridge 24.64.
C.N.R. time table governs between Windsor Jet. and Halifax.
D.A.R. crews are responsible for the throwing and position of
switches used by them at Windsor Jet.
All movements restricted to 5 mph on Windsor Wye.
Engines must not be used beyond east end Minas Basin Pulp
and Power Co.'s warehouse on main portion of wharf and speed
of 5 mph must not be exceeded on extreme curvature this spur.
Engines must not move over Dumper on Gypsum spur at Hants-
port.
Automatic protected public crossings at grade
Mileage 30.81
Wentworth St., Windsor. Eastward trains must
not exceed 40 mph approaching this crossing.
Mileage 37.93 — Prince St., and
Mileage 38.02 — William St., Hantsport. Movements must not exceed 10 mph for a distance of 500 feet approaching either side until crossing fully occupied. Member of crew on Eastward trains will
use manual controls for switching or standing.
Mileage 38.34 — Tannery Road. Cars must not be left between
circuit end signs.
Mileage 50.91 — Port Williams. Member of crew on westward
trains will use manual controls when switching
or standing.
Mileage 52.52 — New Minas. Cars must be left clear of insulated
joints painted yellow on both sides of crossing.
Mileage 56.01
Mileage 56.1
Cornwallis St., and
Aberdeen St., Kentville. Eastward movements
on main track must stop at STOP sign located
on station canopy and observe that crossing protection is operating before proceeding. Eastward
movements must not enter signalled crossing
circuit until ready to proceed and east siding
switch is lined to normal position.
All movements over following public crossings at grade, except
on main track, must be protected by member of crew.
Hantsport, Prince St Mileage 37.93
Hantsport, Tannery Road Mileage 38.34
Grand Pre Mileage 46.19
Kentville, Cornwallis St Mileage 56.01
Kentville, Aberdeen St Mileage 56.10
All switching movements over following public crossings must
be protected by member of crew.
Windsor, Wentworth St Mileage 30.81
Wolfville, Gaspereaux St. ....... .Mileage 49.0
At Hantsport, except in cases of emergencies, William St.
Crossing mileage 38.0 and Prince St. Crossing mileage 37.93 must
not be blocked between the hours of 1100 to 1110 and 1150 to
1200 daily except Saturday and Sunday and at anytime when town
fire alarm is sounded.
Engines must not pass over track scales at Windsor and Kentville and cars must not be moved over these scales in excess of
4 mph.
Track scale at Windsor is to be used only when necessary to
weigh cars. It is not to be used for storage or marshalling of cars.
Switch leading to extension west end of siding at Port Williams
is to be left set for movement from siding to main track. When in
this position, yellow target will so indicate.
Eastward trains and engines required to switch Domtar track
mileage 30.9, must not exceed 15 mph over Wentworth St. crossing
mileage 30.81 until crossing fully occupied.
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited approaching public crossings
at grade:
Mileage 37.93
Mileage 38.02
Mileage 38.34
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited approaching public crossings
at grade between mileage 55.02 and mileage 56.12.
 24
TIME TABLE No. 12. APRIL 30. 1978
WESTWARD TRAINS-
INFERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND CLASS
25
Freight
Sun.
Tues.
Thur.
2225
2234
2239
2243
2248
2258
2301
2309
2315
2323
2334
2339
2349
2356
0002
0015
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
25
FIRST CLASS
Psgr.
Fri.
Sun.
1930
1937
S 1941
S 1944
S 1949
S 1955
S 1958
S 2005
S 2010
S 2016
S 2024
S 2028
S 2035
2041
S 2047
2055
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sun.
0840
0847
S 0851
S 0854
S 0859
S 0905
Fri.
Sun.
S 0908
S 0915
S 0920
S 0926
S 0934
S 0938
S 0945
0951
S 0957
1005
Daily
ex. Sun.
o.o;
4.4
7.0 '
9.3
12.3
17.5
T
1.2
3.5
i\
19.1
23.6
27.1
30.9
37.1
39.9
44.7
49.1
52.5
58.4
11.8|
12.9 i
23.0
24.4
30.4\
32.3'
36.8*
37.8'
58.0
A
KENTVILLE
SUBDIVISION
STATIONS
KENTVILLE ..CKWYZ
4.4
COLDBROOK    PZ
2.6
CAMBRIDGE   	
2.3
WATERVILLE	
3.0
I BERWICK  PZ
5.2
AYLESFORD   	
    1.6 	
    AUBURN   	
4.5
...   KINGSTON    PZ
3.5
    WILMOT   	
3.8
...   MIDDLETON    YZ
Jet. C.N.R.
6.2
LAWRENCETOWN    Z
2.8
...   PARADISE   	
4.8
1   BRIDGETOWN    P
4.4
,.   TUPPERVILLE   	
3.4
... ROUND HILL	
5.9
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL RPYZ
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
RK
DN
Yard
11
14
9
21
11
Nil
26
15
30
8
15
17
20
8
Yard
1140
1332
1019
1692
1148
2007
1408
2234
1019
1380
1293
1628
997
EASTWARD TRAINS-
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
8
Psgr.
Sat.
0505
0456
S 0452
S 0449
S 0445
S 0437
S 0434
S 0428
S 0423
S 0418
S 0410
S 0406
S 0400
0353
S 0348
0340
Sat.
8
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sun.
300
251
247
244
240
232
229
223
218
213
205
201
155
148
143
135
Daily
ex. Sun.
Psgr.
Sun.
1850
1841
S 1837
S 1834
S 1830
S 1822
S 1819
S 1813
S 1808
S 1803
S 1755
S 1751
S 1745
1738
S 1733
1725
Sun.
SECOND
CLASS
26
Freight
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
2305
2249
2243
2238
2232
2221
2217
2209
2202
2154
2142
2135
2127
2118
2111
2100
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
26
KENTVILLE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Trains may leave Annapolis Royal without a clearance, Rule 83E
applies.
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited approaching public crossings at
grade between mileage 0.0 and mileage 3.1.
Rule 105A does not apply.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units:—
DRS-24, DRF-30, DRF-36      prohibited
Cars:—
Over 220,000 to 263,000 lbs. gross weight each: 10 mph on bridge,
mileage 44.47 and 35 mph over 80 lb. and 85 lb. rail between
mileage 4.33 and Annapolis Royal.
Crane and Auxiliary:—
100 to 160 ton capacity 10 mph     Bridge 44.47
200 to 250 ton capacity Prohibited, except
414479,480,503,650. 10 mph     Bridge 44.47
Combination Crane-Pile Driver:—
30 or 31 ton capacity 10 mph     Bridge 44.47
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
Passenger Trains (RDC units)      50
Passenger Trains (other)     40
Freight and Mixed Trains   35
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Passenger      Freight and
Mileage Location Trains        Mixed Trains
0.4 Crossing Main Street ...     *10 *10
17.0 to   17.3 On curves        45 	
20.7 Greenwood Spur & Wye.       15 15
24.1 Greenwood Spur        15 15
25.8 to   27.0 On curves  40                    	
30.7 to   30.8 Crossing  *10 *10
35.3 to   35.6 On curves  30 30
45.0 to   58.4 On curves  45                     	
51.0 to   51.5 Over Bank  20 20
51.5                 Ballast Pit Spur  _ 10
51.5 to   51.8 Over Bank    20 20
*Until crossing fully occupied.
Continued on page 25
 TIME TABLE No. 12, APRIL 30. 1978
25
KENTVILLE SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES    -Continued
Switch leading to extension east end of siding Berwick is to be
left set for movement from siding to main track. When in this
position yellow target will so indicate.
Do not exceed 5 mph over Bridges on west spur mileage 24.1.
All movements over following public crossings at grade, except
on main track, must be protected by member of crew.
Cambridge    Mileage   7.05
Waterville   Mileages 9.2 and 9.28
Berwick, Commercial St Mileage 12.16
Aylesford, Commercial St Mileage 17.35
Aylesford, School St Mileage 17.62
Kingston, Park Road Mileage 23.48
Wilmot    Mileage 27.19
Middleton   Mileage 30.73
Bridgetown, Queen St Mileage 44.66
Movements on west leg of wye at Annapolis Royal must not
exceed 5 mph.
At Coldbrook, mileage 4.4, use caution when handling long cars
such as container flat and multi-level automobile cars account
track curvature adjacent to structures may create a restricted
clearance situation.
Automatic protected public crossings at grade
Mileage 4.54 — Westward trains switching at Coldbrook must
leave train east of "crossing start" sign to prevent excessive operation of crossing signals.
Mileage 12.16 — Commercial St., Berwick. Eastward trains with
switching to be done, will stop 300 feet west and
when ready to proceed must not exceed 10 mph
until crossing fully occupied. ^ Westward trains
which have performed switching must not exceed 25 mph until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 23.48
Mileage 23.64
Mileage 30.73
Mileage 17.35 — Aylesford. Eastward trains leaving the South
loading track must not exceed 5 mph approaching crossing until crossing fully occupied. Eastward trains switching or leaving the siding must
not exceed 15 mph approaching crossing until
crossing fully occupied. Movements over Fruit
Company loading track must stop clear of
crossing and member of crew will use manual
control for switching or while train is standing.
Park Road, Kingston. Member of crew on eastward trains will use manual control for switching
or while train is standing. Eastward trains should
avoid leaving train on main track east of Park
Road to avoid unnecessary operation of crossing
signals.
Bridge St., Kingston. Member of crew on westward trains will use manual control for switching or while train is standing.
Commercial Street, Middleton. Eastward freight
trains meeting at Middleton must stop at least
300 feet west of Commercial Street unless westward train has entered siding. Eastward trains
with switching to be done will leave train 300
feet west of crossing until ready to proceed.
Westward trains with switching to be performed
at: Middleton will leave train east of circuit end
sign at east end of yard during switching operations. Westward trains that are required to meet
trains at Middleton must stop clear of circuit
end sign located east end of yard until eastward
train is approaching east switch of siding.
Switching movements must be protected by
member of crew.
Lawrencetown. Westward trains having stopped
at station must not exceed 5 mph until crossing
west of station fully occupied.
All switching movements over School Street Crossing, mileage
30.80, Middleton, must be protected by member of crew.
All movements over protected public crossing at grade on the
approach to the Annapolis River Dam, Annapolis Royal, must
stop at the STOP signs before proceeding over the crossing.
Mileage 37.19
KINGSPORT SPUR
Northward — mileage 0.01 Kentville Sub. to end
of track  2.3 miles
Rules 105 applies. MAXIMUM SPEED 20 MPH
Movements must not exceed 4 mph on north leg of wye at
Aldershot account sharp curvature.
Southward movements must come to a stop 30 feet north of
bridge, mileage 0.23, and all movements over ladder track between
bridge mileage 0.23 and junction switch must be under control
expecting to find engines moving from shop track.
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited approaching public crossings
at grade between mileage 0.0 and mileage 0.3.
RESTRICTIONS
Cars:—
Over 220,000 lbs. gross weight must not be handled without
special authority.
Over 184,000 to 220,000 (ore) lbs. gross weight each. 10 mph
on Bridge 0.23.
Crane and auxiliary:—
100 to 160 ton capacity 10 mph Bridge 0.23.
except 414400, 402 prohibited.
200 ton capacity and over prohibited.
Combination Crane-Pile Driver:—
30 to 31 tons capacity 10 mph Bridge 0.23.
 26
TIME TABLE No. 12, APRIL 30, 1978
WESTWARD TRAINS —
INFERIOR DIRECTION
SECOND
CLASS
25
Freight
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
0020
0035
0042
0045
0055
0230
0238
0250
0302
0318
0334
0348
0355
0409
0420
0430
0434
0445
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
25
FIRST CLASS
Psgr.
Fri.
Sun.
2100
S 2110
S 2113
S 2116
S 2122
S 2135
S 2142
S 2150
S 2155
S 2206
S 2219
S 2224
S 2229
S 2242
S 2252
S 2259
S 2303
2310
Fri.
Sun.
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sun.
1010
S 1020
S 1023
S 1026
S 1032
s 1050
S 1057
S 1105
S 1110
S 1121
S 1134
S 1139
s 1144
S 1157
S 1206
S 1215
S 1218
1225
Daily
ex. Sun.
0.0
7.4
9.1
10.4
13.6
20.2
V
0.3
24.2
30.4
33.7
41.4
50.2
53.9
57.2
18.91
21.0'
41.0
42.2
66.5
73.6
80.1
82.3
86.0
56.6
57.6
84.2
1
YARMOUTH
SUBDIVISION
!ir mO
STATIONS
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL RPYZ
7.4
.   CLEMENTSPORT   	
1.7
..    CORNWALLIS    Z
1.3
... DEEP BROOK	
3.2
... BEAR RIVER 	
6.6
     DIGBY    PZ
   4.0   	
ACACIAVILLE   	
6.2
NORTH RANGE 	
3 3
.  PLYMPTON  	
7.7
WEYMOUTH    PZ
CHURCH  POINT   	
3.7
SAULNIERVILLE   	
3.3
.. METEGHAN   PZ
.P
9.3
HECTANOOGA   ...
7.1
BRAZIL  LAKE   	
6.5
....   OHIO   	
2.2
..   HEBRON   	
3.7
. YARMOUTH ..KPWYZ
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
BY
Yard
13
15
7
7
15
EASTWARD TRAINS-
SUPERIOR DIRECTION
FIRST CLASS
8
Psgr.
Sat.
1267
1334
915
915
1377
12
1234
S 0253
9
1038
S 0245
17
1461
S 0241
13
Nil
1273
S 0230
S 0218
8
992
S 0213
12
1219
S 0209
5 854
14      1555
Nil   	
5         830
Yard	
Psgr.
Daily
ex. Sun.
0335
S 0325
S 0321
s 0318
S 0312
S 0300
S 0157
S 0148
S 0139
S 0136
0130
Sat.
8
1130
s 1120
S 1116
S 1113
S 1107
s 1050
Psgr.
Sun.
1720
S 1710
S 1706
S 1703
S 1657
S 1645
S 1042
S 1034
S 1029
S 1018
S 1005
S 1000
S 0955
S 0942
S 0933
S 0924
S 0921
0915
Daily
ex. Sun.
S 1637
S 1629
S 1624
S 1613
S 1600
S 1555
S 1550
S 1537
S 1528
S 1519
S 1516
1510
Sun.
SECOND
CLASS
26
Freight
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
2055
2029
2022
2016
2000
1945
1922
1910
1903
1845
1822
1813
1805
1748
1735
1722
1717
1710
Mon.
Wed.
Fri.
26
YARMOUTH SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES ON PAGE 27
 TIME TABLE No. 12. APRIL 30, 1978
27
YARMOUTH SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Trains may leave Annapolis Royal without a clearance. Rule
83E applies.
Engine arriving Yarmouth on No. 1 Friday must retain all
train orders and may assume schedule of No. 8 Saturday and
may leave Yarmouth without a clearance provided there is no
operator on duty.
Engine arriving Yarmouth on No. 7 Friday must retain all
train orders and may assume schedule of No. 2 Saturday and may
leave Yarmouth without a clearance provided there is no operator
on duty.
Engine arriving Yarmouth on No. 1 Saturday must retain all
train orders and may assume schedule of No. 6 Sunday and may
leave Yarmouth without a clearance provided there ilfho operator
on duty.
Engine   arriving  Yarmouth  on  No.  25  must  retain  all  train
orders   and  may  assume  schedule  of  No.   26   and  may  leave]
Yarmouth without a clearance provided there is no operator on
duty.
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited by trains engaged in switching
movements on all tracks approaching public crossings at grade
within the Town of Yarmouth, between Public Street and the
CNR station, provided all movements over these crossings are
manually flagged by a member of the crew.
Automatic protected public crossings at grade
Mileage 0.23 — Annapolis Royal. Westward trains must not
exceed 15 mph from circuit end sign located
700 feet east of Highway No. 1 until crossing
fully occupied.
All movements over following public crossings at grade, except
on main track, must be protected by member of crew.
Cornwallis     Mileage   9.0
North Range      Mileage 30.5
Meteghan      Mileage 57.31
Mileage 85.10 — Westward trains required to switch Texaco
Canada spur, mileage 85.02 must not exceed
5 mph until crossing fully occupied.
Mileage 85.30 — All movements on Yarmouth wye must be
commenced from east leg and completed from
west leg.
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
Passenger Trains (RDC)  (units)    50
Passenger Trains (other)    40
Freight and Mixed Trains   35
Permissible Speed
Permanent Slow Orders Miles per Hour
Passenger    Freight and
Mileage Location Trains     Mixed Trains
0.0 to    7.1 On curves     40 —
7.1 to    7.7 Bridge and curves     15 15
7.7 to 12.8 On curves     30 30
12.8 to 13.4 Bridge and curves     15 15
13.4 to 19.1 On curves     20 20
19.1 to 20.6 All Crossings     *10 *10
20.6 to 24.4 On curves     30 30
40.1 to 42.8 On curves    25 25
41.3 Crossing     *10 *J0
41.6 to 41.9 Bridge           15 15
45.2 Trestle          30 30
64.0 to 65.4 On curves          40 —
65.4 to 85.1 On curves          45 —
85.1 to 85.5 Crossings          25 25
85.5 to 85.6 Crossings      *10 *10
*Until crossing fully occupied.
Movements on west leg of wye at Annapolis Royal must not
exceed 5 mph.
RESTRICTIONS
Diesel Units:—
DRS-24, DRF-30, DRF-36
Prohibited
DFB-16
Cars:—
Mile
21.9 to 22.0
22.4 to 26.0
35.6 to 36.4
41.3 to 57.5
30 mph
Over 220,000 to 263,000 lbs. gross weight each: 20 mph on
bridges mileage 0.27, 7.67, 12», 23.56, 41.64, 56.48 and 35 mph
over 80 lb. and 85 lb. rail between mileage 3.4 and Yarmouth.
Ore cars 200,000-220,000 lbs.
gross weight ....  20 mph on Bridges 0.27, 56.48.
Crane and Auxiliary:—
f 0.27, 7.67,
100 to 160 ton capacity 10 mph Bridges^ 12.86, 23.56,
I 41.64, 56.48.
200 to 250 ton capacity           Prohibited
fin HHI     f 0.27,7.67,23.56,
except I 10 mph Bridges |41 64; 56 4'g
414479,480,503,650. 1 t ■■
I 5 mph Bridge     12.86.
Combination Crane-Pile Driver:—
30 or 31 ton capacity 20 mph bridges 0.27 and 56.48.
Switch leading to Imperial Oil spur west end of siding at
Weymouth is to be left set for movement from siding to main
track. When in this position yellow target will so indicate.
Movements over Water Street on Dock Spur, Digby, must be
protected by member of crew.
Employees must not ride on top or side of cars when passing
under highway bridge Annapolis Royal.
Rule 105A does not apply.
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30.
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SECOND CLASS
21
Mixed
Daily
ex. Sat.
22
Mixed
Daily
ex. Sun.
STATIONS
1800
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4.6
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F 1836
F 1840
F 1850
F 1857
F 1910
F 1920
12.1
13.9
18.7
22.8
26.4
30.3
2.2
Nil
2
20
Nil
9
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678
1634
1020
F 0119
F 0115
F 0105
F 0051
F 0044
F 0033
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F 1924
F 1934
F 1945
F 2000
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2030
31.6
35.1
40.3
45.5
50.8
56.9
1.3
Nil
Nil
14
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839
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F 0020
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Daily
ex. Sat.
21
Rule 93A applies.
Rules 41 and 44 apply.
Daily
ex. Sat.
22
TRURO SUBDIVISI
Engine arriving Truro on No. 21 must retain all train orders and
may assume schedule of No. 22 and may leave Truro without a
clearance provided there is no operator on duty.
No. 22 will wait at Truro until No. 21 arrives.
Times at Truro apply at yard limit sign at mileage 55.9.
Automatic protected public crossings at grade
Mileage 40.14—South Maitland. Southward trains standing, will remain 350 feet north of highway crossing.
Movements over this crossing except on main track
must be protected by member of crew.
Mileage 56.97—Willow St. Truro.  Movements must stop  at the
STOP Signs on each side of crossing and member of
crew will use manual control for switching or while
train is standing.
ION FOOTNOTES
All switching movements over Kaulback Street crossing, mileage
57.03, must be protected by member of crew.
Whistle signal 14(L) is prohibited approaching public crossings at
grade:
Mileage 56.97
Mileage 57.03
Rule 105A does not apply.
All trains must proceed with caution between mileage 2.5 and
mileage 2.9 and at mileage 39.8 keeping sharp lookout for falling
rock.
Warehouse on Sogemines Ltd. spur at Windsor does not provide
standard clearance.
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 TIME TABLE No. 12, APRIL 30. 1978
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TRURO SUBDIVISION FOOTNOTES
Continued
Maximum speeds unless otherwise restricted—MPH
Passenger Trains 40
Freight and Mixed Trains \ '.35
Permanent Slow Orders
Mileage
Location
0.0 to   3.6 On curves	
3.7 Bridge 	
3.8 to 20.3 On curves	
20.4 Bridge  	
20.5 to 39.0 On curves	
39.0 to 40.98 On curves and Bridges
40.98 Bridge  	
41.0 to 56.9 On curves	
56.9 to 57.1 Crossings, Willow and
Kaulback Streets, Truro.
*Until crossing fully occupied.
Permissible Speed
Miles per Hour
All Trains
25
20
35
10
35
20
10
30
*6
Diesel Units:—
RESTRICTIONS
Mile
DFB 16
11.5
38.0
39.7
45.0
DPA22 DS 10k, DS 12
DRS 24, DRF 30, DRF
a
35 mph
to 14
to 39
to 40.6
to 45.4
Bridge 40.98. .Prohibited
36 Prohibited
Cars:-
Over 220,000 to 263,000 lbs. and ore cars over 177,000 lbs.
gross weight each... 10 mph on bridges 12.99, 17.92, 20.38, 40.98
when separated by 2 cars 142,000 lbs. or less each; 20 mph on
bridges 3.71, 28.28, 39.35.
Crane and Auxiliary:—
23Vi to 75 ton capacity   10 mph        Bridge 40.98
—when separated by two cars 142,000 lbs. or less each.
10 mph       Bridge 28.28
20mph       Bridges jg.j5
10 mph       Bridge 20.38
when separated by one 45,000 lb., or less,
idler car.
Prohibited   Bridge 40.98
Prohibited.
100 to 160 ton capacity
200 to 250 ton capacity
Combination Crane-Pile Driven—
25, 30 or 31 ton capacity
(Prohibited Bridge 40.98
(10 mph      Bridge 20.38
when separated by two cars 177,000 lbs. or less each.
30 or 31 ton capacity 30 mph      Bridge 28.28
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
A—INSTRUCTIONS FOR CHANGING RAILWAY TIME.
Whenever reference is made to Standard Time in the Uniform Code of Operating Rules, Special Instructions and Form CS44,
it also applies to Daylight Saving Time wherever and whenever it is in effect.
In order that action will be uniform in making the change in time, watches and clocks must be changed as follows:
TO CHANGE FROM STANDARD TO DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
At 0200 Standard Time, on the date time changes, watches and clocks must be ADVANCED one hour to indicate 0300,
Daylight Saving Time.
TO CHANGE FROM DAYLIGHT SAVING TO STANDARD TIME
At 0200 Daylight Saving Time, on the date time changes, watches and clocks must be TURNED BACK one hour to indicate
0100 Standard Time.
OPEN TRAIN ORDER OFFICES AND OPEN DESIGNATED STANDARD CLOCK LOCATIONS
After standard clocks have been set for new time, time must be compared with the train dispatcher before resuming normal
duties.
CLOSED TRAIN ORDER OFFICES AND CLOSED DESIGNATED STANDARD CLOCK LOCATIONS
Standard clocks must be set for new time immediately the office is opened. After clocks have been set for new time, time
must be compared with the train dispatcher before resuming normal duties.
EMPLOYEES ON DUTY AND COMING ON DUTY
All employees required to carry a railway grade watch and all other employees concerned in train movements on duty at 0200
on the date time changes, or as they come on duty after that hour, must change their watch to conform with the new time.
CONDUCTORS:   Must compare watch immediately with rear trainmen on freight trains, all trainmen and baggagemen on
passenger trains and with the engineman at the first opportunity.
ENGINEMEN:     Must compare watch immediately with all members of the crew on the engine and with their conductors at
the first opportunity.
YARD CREWS:   Must compare watches immediately with all members of the crew.
OTHERS:
Must compare time:
(a) With designated standard clock or
(b) With the train dispatcher or
(c) With an employee who has complied with (a) or (b) above.
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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS —Continued
B—MAXIMUM SPEEDS FOR DIESEL UNITS AS GOVERNED BY TRACTION MOTOR GEARING
Miles
Class Per Hour Class PerHour
ALL RAIL DIESEL CARS  90
DPA-15, DPA-17     89 DRF-22, DRF-25, *DRF-30a, b, g, h, j, k, m, n, p ..      65
DPA-22     85 DRS-12, DRS-15, DRS-17, DRS-20          65
DFA-15b, DFA-16, DFB-15B, DFB-16   75 DS-8, DS-9, DS-12       65
DRF-24, *DRF-30c, d, e, f, *DRF-36     75 DRS-lOb, DS-6, DS-10, SB-10          60
DRS-lOc, d, DRS-16, DRS-18, *DRS-24    75 HS-5           35   \
DFA-15c, d, e, f, DFB-15c, d, e, DFB-17  65
♦DRS-24, DRF-30 and DRF-36 restricted to freight train speed on curves.
D—In territory where Rules 263-273 are effective, trains must not clear the main track at non-electrically locked hand
operated switches at the locations listed in the Subdivision footnotes of timetable. When switching movements are made
through such switches, the switch must be left open until switching completed and movement has returned to the main track.
E—In addition to the requirements of Rule 90A, crews equipped with end-to-end radios at the front and rear of trains
will communicate with each other, when practicable, as prescribed by Form CS44, Section 2, Item 4.1.
F—Rule 5—Unless otherwise specified by train order or other special instructions.
AT TERMINATING STATIONS arriving time of First Class Trains applies at the Station, of all Other Trains at
the first main track switch where trains can enter siding or yard tracks, if no such switch time applies at the Station.
Trains may be yarded or final stop made on the main track at or before arriving time shown in Timetable.
AT INITIAL STATION leaving time of First Class trains applies at the Station, of all Other Trains at the last
main track switch where trains can leave siding or yard tracks, if no such switch time applies at the Station.
G—Movements occupying timed circuits approaching interlockings for periods in excess of that specified in subdivision
time table footnotes, must proceed prepared to find interlocking signal displaying 'STOP' indication.
H—RIDING ON TOP OF CARS
Employees are prohibited from riding on the tops of cars or cabooses not equipped with running boards.
Employees are prohibited from riding on the tops of cars or cabooses equipped with running boards except when
necessary in switching or making up trains in yards or industrial spurs.
I—The use by employees subject to duty of mood altering agents or their possession or use while on duty, is prohibited
except as prescribed by a Doctor. In addition each employee taking medication as prescribed by a Doctor, or otherwise, is
responsible for taking only such amount as will ensure that he or she does not become incapacitated for work and if by
prescription, no more than the amount prescribed at the intervals prescribed.
J—Instructions for movement of Freight Cars having a gross weight up to 263,000 pounds are specified in subdivision
footnotes and Equipment Authorization Chart. Authority for movement of Freight Cars having a gross weight in excess of
263,000 pounds must be secured from the Superintendent.
K—Main track switches may be equipped with reflectorized lenses or targets of the prescribed color in lieu of lights,
and yard limit signs may be reflectorized in lieu of lights.
L—Retaining valves must be used on 50% of the cars on freight trains on descending grades of 2% or over if the tonnage
is in excess of maximum haulage capacity for the ascending grade for the diesel units on which the dynamic brake is in effective
operating condition, unless the train is controlled with a pressure maintaining brake valve. Otherwise Rule 34 of Form 582
applies.
Rule 34 of Form 582 does not apply to Rail Diesel Cars..
M—FLAGGING INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROTECTION OF MEN AND MACHINES
When men and machines are to be worked on or near the track and before the track is made unsafe for movements
at normal speeds, protection may be provided as follows:
(a) By day place a red flag and, in addition, by night a red light between the rails at least 200 yards in each direction
from the defective point or working area, WHICH MAY BE AT ANY LOCATION WITHIN THE LIMITS
STATED IN THE TRAIN ORDER, and place torpedoes on each rail to cause one explosion 200 vards bevond
the red signals, also; J
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 TIME TABLE No. 12, APRIL 30. 1978 31
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS — Continued
(b) By day place a yellow over red flag and, in addition, by night a yellow light and a red light at least 3000, but not
more than 4000 yards in each direction from the defective point or working area, to the right of the track as seen from
an approaching tram and place torpedoes not more than 100 nor less than 50 yards apart to cause two explosions
200 yards beyond the yellow over red flag, also;
(c) By day place a green flag and, in addition, by night a green light in each direction immediately beyond the defective
pomt or working area to denote that normal speed may be resumed.
(d) Trains exploding the torpedoes prescribed by Clause (b) shall immediately reduce speed and be prepared to stop at
the red signal prescribed in Clause (a) and there be governed by instructions or signal of the Maintenance of Way
employee in charge, but must not proceed until the red signal has been removed in the clear view of the engineman.
NOTE:—(1) The red signal must not be removed except as authorized by the Foreman in charge.
(2) Torpedoes prescribed by Clauses (a) and (b) shall be replaced by Maintenance of Way employees.
(3) This Special Instruction must not be used where either Rules 41 or 44 apply.
(4) Rules 45 and 46 apply.
(e) Maintenance of Way employees providing protection required under Clause (b) must each be equipped for day
time with—
— a yellow over red flag mounted on staffs
— a supply of torpedoes, and in addition for night time and when weather or other conditions obscure day
signals with—
— a red light   —   a yellow light   —   a supply of matches
and must not return until recalled or relieved.
TRAIN ORDER advice must be issued in conjunction with these Flagging Instructions as follows:
"Men and machines working until between mileage	
and mileage	
Protection when required will be provided under Time Table Special Instruction M."
NOTE:—(1) The Foreman must be advised of the limits and times specified in the order.
(2) WORKING AREA SHOULD BE AS SHORT AS PRACTICABLE, TO BE CHANGED AS THE
PROGRESS OF THE WORK MAY REQUIRE.
M.1—WHEN PROVIDING PROTECTION UNDER RULES 40, 41,  42  AND TIMETABLE SPECIAL INSTRUCTION "M" THE FOLLOWING WILL APPLY.
(a) Maintenance of Way employees must not permit a train to proceed over the defective point or through the working
area until it is known the track is passable and all machines are clear, except that—
(b) If the main track is clear up to a specified point, the train may be permitted to proceed to that point where it must
stop and wait further instructions.
(c) Speed restrictions  and any instructions given a train under (b), must be authorized by Foreman in charge, must be
in writing and not delivered until the train has been brought to a stop.
The requirements of (c) do not apply when protection is provided under Form Y Example 2 train order and radios are
functioning.
N—PROTECTION FOR AND MOVEMENT OF MAINTENANCE-OF-WAY MACHINES
Burro Cranes and other similar machines cannot be depended on to operate signal systems and certain other machines will definitely not operate signal systems. Such machines must be operated and protected in the following manner:
(a) AS PRESCRIBED BY RULES 40, 41, 42, or Special Instruction "M".
(b) OPERATION  BY TIMETABLE AND  TRAIN  ORDER.
Timetable and train order authority may be used for the operation of the following machines when accompanied by
a Conductor, Yard Foreman or Operating Officer:
Burro Cranes
Wickham Track Inspection Cars
Hi-Rail Cars — self propelled machines equipped for highway and rail operation.
Railway Equipment — self propelled machines that can be normally handled on their own wheels in the consists of
a train.
Within ABS Territory :
Unless the machine is continuously coupled to a standard railway car —
— Rule 99 OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY (at least 2000 yards) must apply.
— Yard limits, Station limits and Station Protection Signals afford NO protection.
  Rules 281 to 293 inclusive do not apply. Movements must be made at a speed that will permit stopping within one
half the range of vision except when a report has been received of the arrival of ALL preceding trains at a station
ahead.
Outside ABS Territory: MM M        WM
In the application of Rule 99, the flagman must go back at least 2000 yards.
(c) CENTRALIZED TRAFFIC CONTROL (CTC)  OR TO  WORK WITHIN INTERLOCKINGS.
The employee in charge of machines or track work may be authorized by Train Dispatcher or Signalman to occupy
track or tracks within specified limits and specified times without flag protection, as follows:
(Name or Machine No.) MAY USE (Track or Tracks)
BETWEEN     (Signal and/or Location) AND (Signal and/or Location)
(Time) UNTIL (Time)
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 32 TIME TABLE No. 12, APRIL 30. 1978
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS —Continued
When requesting track and time limits, employee will give his name, occupation and location and specify time and
work limits and track or tracks to be used. When such authority is granted the instructions must be in writing and
repeated to and acknowledged by Train Dispatcher or Signalman before being acted on. Train Dispatcher or Signalman must make proper record immediately.
Before authorizing track occupancy, Train Dispatcher or Signalman must block all levers controlling signals governing movements into such limits at STOP and must not remove lever blocks nor permit any train or engine to enter
such limits until the employee in charge reports the time track and/or machines are clear, REGARDLESS OF THE
TIME LIMITS GRANTED. If additional time is required, authority must be obtained in writing before previously
authorized time expires. Train Dispatcher or Signalman must report to the Superintendent any failure to clear such
tracks before expiration of time specified.
Train Dispatcher or Signalman must, when practicable, line track switches against potential conflicting movements
and in addition, when practicable, line signal away from the protected limits.
(d) TO MOVE THROUGH INTERLOCKINGS
STOP before passing signal governing movements into Interlocking (WHETHER OR NOT SIGNAL INDICATES
PROCEED). Obtain authority or hand signal from Signalman who must first provide protection by blocking levers
controlling signals governing movements on or conflicting with the authorized route at STOP. Signalman must not
remove lever blocks nor permit any train or engine to pass such signals until employee in charge has reported clear
of Interlocking Limits.
(e) AUTOMATIC INTERLOCKINGS AND AT OTHER INTERLOCKINGS WHERE RULE 672 APPLIES STOP
before passing signal governing movements into Interlockings (WHETHER OR NOT SIGNAL INDICATES
PROCEED). If no immediate conflicting movement is evident, an employee must proceed to the crossing and
unlock box marked "switches" and be governed by instructions posted in the box.
In boxes where lights are provided to indicate the approach of trains, if those of the opposing railway are lighted and
no train is seen approaching he will open SWITCH and give proceed hand signal or move the machine through the
limits. If lights are not provided, or if those of the opposing railway are not lighted, such employee, after opening
SWITCH, must wait THREE MINUTES before giving the proceed hand signal or moving the machine through the
limits. SWITCH must not be closed until the entire movement has cleared the Interlocking Limits.
(f) NON INTERLOCKED RAILWAY CROSSINGS AT GRADE
NON INTERLOCKED DRAWBRIDGES OR
WHILE INTERLOCKING STATION CLOSED
The route must be properly lined and protected against conflicting movements, after which machine may proceed.
(g) POWER OPERATED SWITCHES
Movements must not exceed 4 MPH over power operated switches.
(h)    PUBLIC CROSSINGS AT GRADE PROTECTED BY SIGNALS AND/OR GATES
Crossing must be protected by a member of the crew unless it is known the signals have been operating for at
least twenty seconds or the gates are horizontal when the crossing is reached.
Automobile type inspection car must approach crossing prepared to stop and may then proceed over crossing as
the way is seen to be clear.
O—SPERRY DETECTOR CARS
Sperry Detector Cars, WHEN TESTING, cannot be depended on to operate signal systems and such cars should
be operated and protected in the following manner:
(a) Within ABS Territory:
By train order form H or U.
When flag protection is required, protection as prescribed by Rule  99  OUTSIDE  ABS TERRITORY must be
provided; such flag protection must also be provided within yard limits and station limits.
(b) Within CTC Territory:
By Rule 266.
When flag protection is required, protection as prescribed by Rule 99 OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY must be
provided.
(c) Through Automatic Interlockings:
Regardless of indication of the governing interlocking signal the knife switch referred to in Rule 672 must be
dfrecti °Pen U       movement has Passed the interlocking signal governing movement in the opposite
(d) Over public crossings at grade protected by automatic devices:
Crossing to be protected by a member of the crew unless it is known that the automatic protection is operating.
(e) Over Power Operated Switches—Movement must not exceed 4 mph.
P—MOVEMENT OF CRANES, COMBINATION CRANE-PILE DRIVERS,
a„»k I 3UT5??R?T^ fo.r the movement of equipment listed below is contained in Subdivision footnotes and the Eauioment
Authorization Charts. Equipment with arrows to denote the direction of travel must be placed in trainTcordhlgly     tqu,pment
Continued on Page 33
 TIME TABLE No. 12. APRIL 30. 1978
33
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
Continued
Yardmasters must have an authorization from the Chief Dispatcher before moving any equipment here listed.
Connecting Divisions, Conductors, Enginemen and all concerned with a movement must be given complete instructions regulating the same.
Cranes exceeding 25 ton capacity must not make a lift while standing on a bridge nor move over a bridge while carrying a load, without special authorization from the Chief Engineer.
SEPARATION OF EQUIPMENT
Cranes up to 160 tons capacity
Combination Crane-Pile Drivers
To be separated from each other and other equipment
by two cars of a gross weight each of not more than
220,000 pounds or lesser weight where authorized.
Cranes of 200 to 250 tons capacity
Cars used for separation must have a length greater than 37 feet over strikers
Speed Where Authorized
Freight Train
Speed is
MPH
Over 25
25 or less
40 or over
30 to 35
25 or less
}   To be separated from other equipment by one car
f   of not more than 142,000 pounds gross weight.
Tons Capacity
Crane Series
25
414600 to 414607 incl.
30
414225
40
414231
100
414325
160
414420
200
414470 to 414480 incl.
250
414500 to 414503 incl.
250
414650
150
414400 to 414402 incl.
Over 25
25 or less
Unless Otherwise
Mentioned in Footnotes,
Trains Moving Equipment
Must Not Exceed
MPH
20
15
35
25
Permissible Freight
Train Speed
25
15
Combination Crane-Pile Driver Series
30
30
31
31
40
414203 to 414205 incl.
414207 to 414215 incl.
414200 to 414202 incl.
414206
414230
Scale Test Car
420925 to 420928 incl.
Self Propelled Hi-Rail Cranes
50 414000
60 414025 to 414027 incl.
100 414030 and 414031
Over 25
25 or less
40 or over
30 to 35
25 or less
30 or over
25 or less
Rail
25
15
35
25
Permissible Freight
Train Speed
30
5 less than permissible
Freight Train Speed
Forward Direction
25 MPH Maximum. Permissible Freight
Train Speed if less than 25 MPH.
Reverse Direction
15 MPH Maximum. Permissible Freight
Train Speed if less than 15 MPH.
AU Turnouts
5 MPH
5 MPH
Q—ORE CARS
Trains handling cars in series 370000 to 377249 inclusive, short ballast cars 368443 to 368543 inclusive and
frnWn rarcf io feet and less in length must not exceed 30 mph when loaded, and 25 mph when empty, on Moosehead,
M^aSl^ M?M^lS Sub^vfsions 25 mph on Fredericton Shogomoc, St. Andrews, St. Stephen, Halifax, Kentville, Yarmouth and Truro Subdivisions, and 20 mph on all other subdivisions.
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 34 TIME TABLE No. 12. APRIL 30. 1978
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS —Continued
Covered Hopper Cars in series CP 381900 to 381959 must be operated in accordance with Equipment Authorization Charts, as issued by the Chief Engineer, and must not exceed 50 MPH; and must not be coupled to an adjacent car
having a length between end sills in excess of 54 feet.
S—SIGNALLED SIDINGS—RULE 265
When entering signalled sidings under Rule 265, Rule 99 for OUTSIDE ABS TERRITORY must be applied against
opposing movements.
T—RULE 99 WITHIN CTC TERRITORY
Within CTC protection against following trains or engines on the same track is not required except when signals are
declared inoperative.
U—HOT BOX DETECTOR SYSTEM
On Subdivisions where this Special Instruction applies the following will govern:
SCANNER—To avoid abnormal heat indication from a source other than defective equipment, enginemen should
when practicable avoid prolonged use dl train brakes approaching this point and any application of brakes while a portion
of the train is passing scanning equipment.
INDICATOR—This is in the form of a WHITE LIGHT mounted on a mast and IS NOT A BLOCK SIGNAL. The
last indication displayed will apply as follows:
STEADY BURNING or UNLIGHTED—Stop before fouling switch at the inspection point and immediately communicate with the train dispatcher. If communication fails, perform standing train inspection.
FLASHING—No evidence of overheating.
The train dispatcher will provide information as to the location of overheating. The journal is to be inspected and,
if no evidence of overheating is found, that car and at least two cars on each side must be inspected for any condition
which may be responsible for the abnormal heat condition, opening all journal box lids as part of the inspection. Before
proceeding, the train dispatcher must be informed of the result of the inspection and any action taken.
V—SIGNALLED SIDINGS AND SIGNALLED YARD TRACKS
Before undertaking any work which may render a SIGNALLED SIDING or SIGNALLING YARD TRACK unsafe for movements at normal speed or if rendered unsafe from any cause, trackmen, bridgemen or other employees must
provide protection in accordance with U.C.O.R. Rules 40 to 45 inclusive, Special Instruction M or Special Instruction N.
Signalled sidings and signalled yard tracks must be protected in the same manner as main tracks.
W—PROTECTION OF IMPASSABLE OR SLOW TRACK
When necessary to provide protection under Rules 40 to 44 the distance specified must be at least 3000 yards
instead of at least 2000 yards.
X—RULE 15 U.C.O.R.
The explosion of one or more torpedoes in the absence of a more restrictive signal, indicates proceed, but at restricted
speed for 3000 yards from the point where torpedoes were exploded.
U.C.O.R. Rule 15 is modified accordingly.
 DIAGRAM SHOWING LOCATION OF TRAIN TELEPHONE WIRES-ATLANTIC REGION
FACE IN DIRECTION NAMED, COUNT CROSSARMS FROM THE TOP, DOWN.
■    .    .
*   *    '    *    *
I t t   I    I
-m-mt.
LOOK WEST
LANCASTER TO MEGANTIC
I,  I   I   I,!
ittl   i
LOOK WEST
KENTVILLE
TO DIGBY
m\mm9
J-JL-k
tfcJL
LOOK NORTH
FREDERICTON JCT.
TO FREDERICTON
I   t t T   I
LOOK NORTH
McADAM TO
WOODSTOCK
I   I   lit
I    I tt
LOOK WEST
WINDSOR
TO KENTVILLE
I   I tt
Jmmm    mmJk
r i  i
LOOK WEST
WINDSOR JCT.
TO WINDSOR
TABLE SHOWING RATE OF SPEED A TRAIN IS RUNNING
WHERE TIME OF ONE MILE IS GIVEN
Time
Per Mile
0 Min. 40 Sec.
42
45
48
51
55
Miles
Per Hour
90
85
80
75
70
65
Time
Per Mile
Min.   0 Sec.
5
1     12
"     20
|     30
«     43
Miles
Per Hour
60
55
50
45
40
35
Time
Per Mile
2 Min. 0
Sec	
2
"   24
3
|    0
4
"     0
6
|    0
12
1    0
Miles
Per Hour
30
25
20
15
10
5
 m
^UNDSTON A

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