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1li;svY FOREST GROWTH IMMEDIATELY DJACENr TO NEWLY-coNSrRt-cTEI) RAILWAY
Note logs and small debris, from right-of-way clearing, piled at edge of timber. A small
grass fire on the right-of-way might, by igniting this material, cause great damage to
green timber before men could reach the scene and control the fire. Ontario.

ANOTHER PORTION OF rHN SAME LINE'
Note how the right-of-way has been cleared of inflammable matter. All debris has been
piled and burned under careful supervision at a safe time.   Danger of fire greatly
reduced. The control of right-of-way burning is an important duty of the
Fire Inspector of the Railway Commission.

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