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THE RAILWAY FIRE SITUATION   31

and Cedarvale, 54.2 miles; between Cedarvale and Amsbury, 55.4 miles. Between Amsbury and Prince Rupert, 85 miles, patrol by sectionmen, track-walkers and watchmen.

 

GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY (BRITISH COLUMBIA) CASCADE DIVISION (OIL FUEL)

Between Vancouver and the International boundary, 36.2 miles; between Guichon and the International boundary via Cloverdale, 46.5 miles; between Fraser River junction and Hazelmere, 20.3 miles; and between Kilgard and Abbottsford, 5 miles; patrol by sectionmen, track-walkers and watchmen. Should coal fuel be used, special patrol to follow twenty minutes after each train.

 

MARCUS DIVISION

Second District—Between Waneta and Troup junction, 54.2 miles, two men with power speeders.

Third District—Between Laurier and Grand Forks, 14.4 miles, one man with power speeder; between the International boundary at mile-age 66 near Midway and the International boundary at mileage 95.3 near Bridesville, 29.3 miles, one man with power speeder supplemented by sectionmen if necessary.

Fifth District—Between Rossland and mileage 12.3, 5 miles, one foot patrolman ; between mileage 12.3 and Paterson, 3.9 miles, one foot patrolman.

Sixth District—Between Grand Forks and Phoenix, 23.8 miles, patrol as follows: Between Spencer and mileage 11, 4.4 miles, special section patrol to follow all trains; between mileage 11 and mileage 15, 4 miles, one foot patrolman; between mileage 15 and mileage 19.5, 4.5 miles, one foot patrolman; between mileage 19.5 and Phoenix, 4.3 miles, one foot patrolman.

Seventh District—Between Chopaka and Coalmont, 69.9 miles, one man with power speeder. On the line under construction between Coalmont and Otter Summit, approximately 32 miles, three foot patroI-men with approximately equal mileages. On the completion of this line, such power speeder patrols shall be established as shall be pre-scribed by the district fire inspector.

 

KAI,ISPELL DIVISION

Between Michel and the International boundary at mileage 72.67, near Gateway, 72.67 miles, three men with power speeders as follows:


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