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Special Instructions - Page 17



22.....AUTOMATIC INTERLOCKINGS.

Still Creek, 1.84 miles south of B.C.E. Ry crossing.

23....SEMI-AUTOMATIC INTERLOCKINGS.

New Westminster, 0.50 miles north of CPR crossing... ...Crossover to Waterfront track.
New Westminster, 1 mile north...
...Fraser Mill Spur, CPR crossing.
Vancouver...
...CPR crossing at Burrard Inlet.

New Westminster, crossover to water front track:

GN train or engine movements between main track and water front track over CPR crossing are governed by electric lock at main track switch. Both switches of crossover are lined by operation of main track switch. Instructions for their operation are posted in lock box locked with a switch lock.

New Westminster, Fraser Mill Spur CPR crossing:
Normal position of gates is stop for Great Northern.
GN train or engine movements over CPR crossing are governed bv manually operated gates electrically locked. Instructions for their operation are posted in lock box locked with a switch lock.

Vancouver, CPR crossing at Burrard Inlet:

Norma) position of gates is stop for Great Northern.
GN trains or engines shall stop clear of Powell Street until gates are opened and the way is clear for movement across CPR tracks to avoid blocking traffic on Powell Street. Wigwag type crossing signals governing traffic on Powell Street are manually controlled by handle of electric gate lock.

GN trains or engine movements over CPR crossing are governed by manually operated gates electrically locked. Instructions for their operation are posted in lock box locked with a switch lock located at gate adjacent to Powell Street.

24.....RAILROAD CROSSINGS PROTECTED BY GATES.

Burlington - Third Subdivision crossing...
...Normal position is for Second Subdivision.

South Bellingham, 1.14 miles north of NP Ry crossing...
...Normal position is for Great Northern.

Bellingham - CMStP&P RR crossings...
...1 at Army Street, 1 at Commercial Street, 2 at Pine Street.
...Normal position is for Great Northern.

Vancouver, Main Street - BCE Ry crossing...
...Normal position is stop for Great Northern. Trains, engines or cars must not be moved over this crossing until a member of the crew is stationed at the crossing to protect traffic on Main Street.

25.....SWITCH INDICATORS.

Vancouver, indicators are located near switches on each side of main track at the junction of the Burrard Inlet Line and Prior Yard, roundhouse lead and wye tracks about 800 ft. south of Vancouver Jct. First class trains must approach B. I. Line and roundhouse lead switches prepared to stop unless block signals governing movement over these switches indicate proceed and main track is seen to be clear. Yard and engine movements may be made in either direction across main track at this point on the time of delayed first class trains without flag protection provided yellow light is displayed in the indicator. First class trains will be considered delayed when they are more than ten minutes past due out of Vancouver Jct. or CN Jct.

Member of the crew who is to line switches must first operate push button "R" for route desired and hold few seconds. Both trainman and engineer must observe and be governed by indicator before lining switches or fouling main track.

Push buttons and instructions for their operation posted in lock box locked with switch lock.

Vancouver B. C., Glen Drive Yard, light type indicator located at clearing point of main track switch 840 ft. North of CN Jct. Train or engine movements must stop clear of main track.

Member of crew who is to line switches must first operate push button "R" for route and hold few seconds. Both trainman and engineer must observe and be governed by indicator before lining switch or fouling main track.

Push buttons and instructions for their operation posted in lock box locked with switch lock.

26.....Order Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada, trains handling passenger carrying cars which have vestibules at one end only, such cars must when practicable be placed so that non-vestibule ends are not together.

THIRD SUBDIVISION
(Anacartes Line)

1.....MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPEED FOR TRAINS.

Between Rockport and Anacortes - 20 MPH

2.....SPEED RESTRICTIONS.

Bridge 12, Whitney...
...10 MPH
Bridge 52, Concrete...
...5 MPH
Trains handling loaded log cars or high fuel racks...
...10 MPH

3.....ENGINE RESTRICTIONS.

Engines heavier than class indicated are prohibited:

Between Burlington and Rockport, H-6.
Between Burlington and Anacortes, F-1 and 600 H.P. Diesel.

4.....ENGINE RESTRICTIONS ON INDUSTRY TRACKS.

Engines not permitted on industry tracks at:

Anacortes, Puget Sound Mill & Lumber Co. log dump trestle
Anacortes Canning Co. spur track.
Sedro-Woolley, Skagit Steel & Irons Works north spur.

5.....CLEARANCE PROVISIONS AND EXCEPTIONS RULE 83(B).

Burlington, Third Subdivision trains must secure clearance.

6.....Concrete, water station is closed in emergency, call agent for instructions.

7.....MANUAL INTERLOCKINGS.

Whitney, one mile west of - Drawbridge 12.

Drawbridge will be left open for boat traffic at all times, except between hours 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM daily.