CN Car Control Manual – 1983/10 – Moncton, Saint John, Oromocto etc.

CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS

MONCTON, SAINT JOHN, SUSSEX, HAVELOCK, OROMOCTO, NASHWAAK & CENTREVILLE SUBS

CAR CONTROL TERRITORY
This book is for the information and guidance of Yardmasters, Yardmen, Foremen,
Enginemen, Conductors and Yard Office staff. It is the property of the Railway
and is to be returned on request.

ISSUED TO:

___________________________________________________

___________________________________________________

___________________________________________________

ISSUED BY:

General Superintendent Transportation

Moncton, N.B

October, 1983


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CONTENTS

Page
Title Page1
Contents2
Introduction3
Purposes4
How Car Control Works4
General Procedures
A – Switch Lists5
B – Marking of Switch Lists8
C – Special Handling Description13
SPINS DESIGNATION & DIAGRAMS
Zone W – Moncton East End & Wharf Track15-18
Zone S – Lower Yard19-21
Zone P – M.I.D. & PM22-23
Zone F – Franklin Spur24-25
Zone FM – M.I.D.26-27
Zone K – Killam Drive Shop28-29
Zone JS – Reclaim Yard30-31
Zone N – Moncton Shops32-34
Zone V – V.I.C.35-37
Zone LD – Dry Dock & Ind. Spur38-40
Zone LG – Gilberts Lane – Long Wharf41-44
Zone LS – Gilberts Lane – Brockville45-49
Zone LW – Courtenay Bay Spur50-53
Zone LE – Sussex Sub. (West)54-57
Zone C – Sussex Sub. (East)58-60
Zone B – Havelock Sub.61-62
Zone J – Oromocto Sub.63-70
Zone KN – Nashwaak Sub.71-78
Zone NN – Centreville Sub.79-82


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INTRODUCTION

The instructions contained in this manual will govern operations in the territory under
Car Control. All personnel affected by the Car Control program are expected to familiarize
themselves with these instructions and are required to have a copy available while on duty.

Special or supplementary instructions will be issued by proper authority when required.

For the System to work, all car moves or changes in condition must be recorded and reported
to car control. All reports must be based on the designated spins numbers shown on the
attached schematic maps. Since demurrage
bills will be set on information submitted, all reports must be correct especially time of
“placements”, “constructive placements”, and “set-offs”.

The Car Control Centre is the main contact for customers to order cars, release cars or
arrange placement. Toll free telephone facilities are provided for this contact. When
customers arrange car moves, full details of the request and the person making the request
must be recorded for reference should there be a demurrage dispute or other complaint.



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THE CAR CONTROL SYSTEM
PURPOSES

For better yard and siding control by rapid and accurate listings of car locations and conditions.

For better service to customers through prompt placement and removal of loads and empties.

For better utilization of cars and public siding through prompt car movement and faster collection
of empties after release.

For improved and up-to-date records of car placements and movements.

HOW CAR CONTROL WORKS

The Carload Centre maintains a computer inventory of every car on all tracks and sidings within its
territory, i.e., “Yard Inventory System”.

Information pertaining to a change in each car’s status and location is transmitted to the computer
as the event occurs.

Current computer car records are used to prepare switch lists and other documents for yard and
train operations.



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GENERAL PROCEDURES
A – SWITCH LISTS

1. The Yard Foreman & Conductors will receive one or more copies of each switch list depending on requirement.

a. The hard-back copy must be completed & returned to the Car Control section or designated location.

b. The paper copies can be discarded after the switching has been performed.

2. Switch lists will contain cars which must be handled. The lists will show where the cars are to be taken from
and where they are to be placed at.

3. Each customer or yard track is assigned a zone, track, & spot number which is defined by the
acronym “SPINS”.

a. The zone is made up of two positions as follows:

(i) An alphabetic & a numeric character, or,

(ii) Two alphabetic characters.

b. The track number is always two positions numeric.

c. The spot or spot range can be either numeric or alphabetic and may identify certain
special switching instructions.


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(i) The following SPOT indications are to identify specific switching instructions:

00 [infinity] – Car left on or to be left on the lead

90 – Place cars any order

91 – Place car at 1st special unloading area from North or East end of track

92 – Place car at 2nd special unloading area from North or East end of track

93 – For local application as required

94 – For local application as required

95 – Place car at open area where not possible to identify spot number

96 – Place car at storage area of track

97 – Place car at Team Track area of track

98 – Industry will furnish list

99 – Place car on stop block

(ii) Double alphabetic spot characters will identify Team Track Customers with the exception of any spot starting
with character “X” which is used for special computer processing.

4. To assist in train make-up of outbound or through traffic, a three digit number is used to identify such
traffic and is identified by the acronym “TAG” number.


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(a) The 980-999 TAG series is used to identify “Car Handling Required” for cars located at a line station
as outlined below:

NumberCar Handling Required
980Bring Car to Terminal
981Send/Take Car North
982Send/Take Car South
983Send/Take Car West
984Send/Take Car East
985Leave Car at Junction
986)
987)Local Meanings
988)
989Bring Car to North or West Terminal
990Bring Car to South or East Terminal
991Pull Car, Leave on Passing Track to move North
992Pull Car, Leave on Passing Track to move South
993Pull Car, Leave on Passing Track to move West
994Pull Car, Leave on Passing Track to move East
995Pull Car, Leave at Junction
996)
997)Local Meanings
998)
999)


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B – MARKING OF SWITCH LISTS BY THE FOREMAN OR CONDUCTOR

1. a. Cars not in the track

If a car appears on the switch list, but is not in the track indicated and cannot be found
elsewhere, stroke that car off the list by putting a line through it.

b. Cars not moved as instructed

If a car is moved to a track other than the one shown on the
switch list, or for some reason it is a “throw back” to the track it came out of:

(i) Cross out the track number where the car should have gone.

(ii) Write in the track number where the car was left and the reason.

c. Repetitive Information

Where the track number or the same place or pull times can be used against a list of cars:

(i) Check marks may be used for repetitive information, but should be distinct.

(ii) A vertical line may be used for repetitive information, but should be distinct.


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      (iii) DO NOT USE ditto marks (“).

d. Returning Switch Lists to Car Control Section

(i) The marked hard-back copy of switch lists must be returned to the Car Control section.

(ii) Any switch lists prepared manually by the Yard Foreman and those supplied by
Industries must also be forwarded to the Car Control section.

e. Identification on Switch Lists

The Yard Foreman must sign each switch list prior to returning it to the Car Control section.

f. Maintaining Sequence of Yard Tracks

In order to provide switch lists of yard tracks in sequence listing, it will be
necessary for the Foreman to advise the Car Control Section of the order in which cars were handled.

(i) If the cars are switched from the opposite direction to that shown on the switch list,
this should be noted on the lists.

(ii) If the track is switched in more than one cut, the cuts should be identified by
drawing a line across the page and shown as “Cut 1”, “Cut 2”, etc.


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      (iii) If cars are thrown back on the original track or temporarily held out to
facilitate the switching and it disrupts the sequence, the Car Control section must be notified of what happened.

g. Reporting Work Completed

In order for Car Control to keep up to date and be prepared to provide switch
lists for other crews as soon as required, it will be necessary to report some moves upon their completion even
though the Foreman records the track number on his switch list.

(i) The Foreman working within train yards will inform the Car Control
section of what he has done, on completion of each list.

(ii) The Foreman bringing cars in from Industrial Zones to train yards will inform
the Car Control section as to where the cars were left or what switching was performed with these cars.

(iii) The Foreman will indicate the reasons for not performing assigned switching
on the appropriate car line of the switch list; i.e., gates locked, truck blocking track, dirty car, etc.


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2. Train Yard Procedures

a. Switching Not Completed

If for any reason work assigned on the switch list cannot be completed:

(i) Draw a horizontal line after the last car handled.

(ii) Draw a bracket to cover the list of cars not handled and write “NOT HANDLED”.

(iii) If the cars not handled are left in a track other than the one shown
on the switch list, show the new track number where the cars were left.

3. Industrial Zone Procedures

a. Cars spotted for loading/unloading

(i) Show the time car was placed.

(ii) If the car was placed at a location other than that shown in the
“Place At” field of the switch list:

(a) Draw a line through the SPINS where the car should have gone.


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            (b) Write in the new track where the car was spotted.

b. Loads and Empties Pulled from Siding

(i) Show the time car was pulled.

(ii) If the car was not brought to the train yard, show the SPINS
where car was left.

c. Cars Constructively Placed or Placed Off Spot

(i) Draw a line through the SPINS where the car should have gone.

(ii) Write in the new track (SPINS) where the car was left.

(iii) Show the time placement attempt was made.

(iv) Give a short explanation of why the car could not be spotted,
e.g., gates locked, frozen switch, etc.

NOTE:

If the car was left “off spot” on the track where it should have been
left disregard (i) and (ii) above; write the words “off spot” and the reason.

d. Cars and Request Moves Now Shown on Switch Lists

If a car is moved and it does not appear on the switch list, record the car moved
either on the switch list supplied, or on a separate form showing:


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      (i) Car Initials and Numbers

(ii) Load/Empty Status

(iii) Track (SPINS) taken from

(iv) Time Pulled/Placed

(v) Track (SPINS) where placed

This also applies to customer requests to move a car, which was placed for loading or
unloading, to another “spot” on the same track or to another “track” within his plant.

C – SPECIAL HANDLING DESCRIPTION

CODEDESCRIPTION
CANReject Car – Either Unsuitable Contents or Cancelled
COMPlacard Group 5 – Flammable 3.3
CRPCaution – Residual Phosphorous
DAMDangerous
DIMDimensional Load
DNHDo Not Hump
FEFront End Car (Next to Engine)
H__Heating, Venting, Icing Instructions
HTRHeater(s) in Empty Car
KMRKeep Mechanical Refrigeration Running
LHVHigh Value Load
L__Livestock Last Loaded Data
MARSpecial Marshalling required (cannot be marshalled bearing SCH special handling)
MICMessenger in Charge
MREMechanical Refrigeration
OHCOperating Heating/Cooling Device
PBCPerishable in Box Cars
PFGPoison Gas Flammable
PLTPartially Loaded Tank Car
POGPoison Gas
P__Pool Number
RAMRadio Active Material
RERear End Car (handle next to caboose)
REJReject Car – Either Placed Wrong Location or Unfit for Loading
SCHSingle cut hump shove to rest this car and following car (applies to cars containing
compressed flammable gas)
SPDSpecial Dangerous – 35 MPH – CTC Order R-32791
UOSUnload from one side
V__Venting Instructions
WTBWeight on Track & Bridges (High-Weight)
XPLExplosive
___May also contain free form special handling instructions or Car Distribution Instructions

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ZONE “W”

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
W011Wallace Warehouse Cartage390
W012Eastern Bakeries Ltd.135

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ZONE “W”

WHARF TRACK

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
W026Lockhart Woodworkers Ltd.250
W0320AReed Co. Ltd. )
W0320BSumner Co. Ltd. )965
W0320CVacant )
W033Moncton Cold Storage155
W0350AVacant )
W0350BVacant )500
W0350CMoncton Lumber Co. )
W0360AThorne’s Hardware300
W0360BShell Canada Ltd.190
W037Irving Oil Co. Ltd.470

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ZONE “S”

LOWER YARD

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
S001Station Track No. 11885
S002Station Track No. 21795
S003Station Track No. 31615
S004Station Track No. 41295
S005Station Track No. 51295
S010Express Storage Track1130
S011Express Storage Track1010
S012TTMoncton Cargo-Flo Term.820
S014TTTeam Track530
S015Containers290
S016Containers290
S017Crane Track250
S018Short Dead End200
S019Long Dead End285
S020Platform410
S021Shed Track570
S027Hole455
S028Runaround455
S032Harkema Forwarding Ltd.895
S036TTPublic Ramp Track650
S037Vacant215
S038TTPublic Ramp Track285
S039Piggyback Track230
S0400ALanes Bakeries )400
S0400BMoncton Ice Co. )
S051Support Yard No. 1950
S052Support Yard No. 2880
S053Support Yard No. 3850

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ZONE “S”

LOWER YARD (CONT’D)

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
S054Support Yard No. 4825
S055Support Yard No. 5935
S056Support Yard No. 6875
S057Support Yard No. 7880
S058Support Yard No. 8900
S059Support Yard No. 9905
S060Support Yard No. 10910
S061Support Yard No. 11865
S062Support Yard No. 12945
S065CN Automobile Ramp350
S066Auto Haulaway Co. Ramp590
S067Auto Haulaway Co. Ramp765
S068Auto Haulaway Co. Ramp760
S079CN Fuel & Mail Container1265
S080Runaround1130
S081Coach Yard No. 11015
S082Coach Yard No. 2950
S083Coach Yard No. 3835
S085Coach Yard No. 5625
S086Coach Yard No. 6535
S087Pit Track320
S088Storage Track320
S089Storage470
S090CNT Equipment155
ML00Marsh Lead7450

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ZONE “P” & “PM”

M.I.D.

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
P0110AService Track West )955
P0110BService Track West )
P012Atlantic Wholesalers600
P013General Foods Ltd.540
P014Moncton Hardware – Halliday470
P017Domtar Pkg. Ltd.500
P019Domtar Pkg. Ltd.370
P020Uniroyal Ltd.510
P0210AJohnson Wax )795
P0210BPrice Wilson Ltd. )
PM30Sonoco (Doors 8-17) & Sealy Mattress (Door 1 & 2)595
PM37Robin Hood Multifood Ltd.315
PM38Vacant115
PM40Crystal Beverages Ltd.300
PM41Cassidy Imbrex Ltd.185
PM42Brunswick Glass – Lamilite Ltd.395
PM43Modern Warehousing Ent. Ltd.270
PM44NB Wire Fence Co. Ltd.115
PM45Eastern Reinforcing Co.75
PM46Seaway Distributors500
PM47Seaway Distributors500
PM50Westburne Ind. Ent.485
PM51Consumer Glass Doors 1-2-3 )235
PM51A.P. Parts Door 4 )
PM54Sumner Co. Ltd.435

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ZONE “F”

FRANKLIN SPUR

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
F039Passing Track3310
F040Main Line4060
F041Franklin Yard No. 13810
F042Franklin Yard No. 23615
F043Franklin Yard No. 33670
F044Franklin Yard No. 43420
F045Franklin Yard No. 53790
F046Franklin Yard No. 63325
F047Franklin Yard No. 73050
F048Franklin Yard No. 8300
F049Runaround600
F070Firestone Tire Co.1000
F074General Motors435
F076Chrysler Corporation380
F078Goodyear Tire Co.295
F080Vacant105
F085Kraft Foods135
F090Moncton Hardware360
F091TTTeam Track270

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ZONES “FD, FE & FM”

FRANKLIN SPUR (M.I.D.)

v

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
FE20Runaround1140
FD20Tim Horton140
FE10Schenker Warehousing705
FE11Schenker Warehousing705
FE12Fiberglass Canada Ltd.420
FE13Fiberglass Canada Ltd.420
FE14Fiberglass (Tanks)250
FE25Twin Pak800
FM02Bristol Myers (Tanks)160
FM03Bristol Myers (Boxes)600
FM06Canfor250
FM08Kuehne & Nagel350
FM12Various (See below)605
Door 1 G.S.W. Pump Div.
Door 2 Morrow Co. Ltd.
Door 3-5 A.C. Wild
Door 6 Groulx Robertson
Door 7-8 Vacant
Door 9-10 Handleman Co. Cda. Ltd.
Door 11-15 Vacant
Door 16-17 Atlantic Bridge Co.
FM14Various (See below)630
Door 1-3 Wesco
Door 4-5 Texaco
Door 6-7 Glidden
Door 8 Stirling Tea & Coffee
Door 9-13 General Tire
FM16Runaround915
FM17Lead915
FM20Various (See below)300
Door 1-2 McMillan Blodelle
Door 3 Cotts Beverage
Door 4-6 G. Weston
FM22Howell Forwarding300
FM25Seaway Storage840
FM26Seaway Storage840

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ZONE “K”

KILLAM DRIVE SHOP

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
K009Training Building Siding435
K010Killam Drive Shop No. 5800
K011Killam Drive Shop No. 4580
K012Killam Drive Shop Storage490
K013Killam Drive Shop360
K014Killam Drive Shop795
K015Killam Drive Shop No. 3 Side & End Ramp265
K016Killam Drive Shop Side Ramp505
K017Killam Drive Shop385
K018Killam Drive Shop460
K019Killam Drive Shop700
K020Killam Drive Shop365

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ZONE “JS”

RECLAIM YARD

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
JS21Rail Yard No. 1 Scale1485
JS22Rail Yard No. 22775
JS23Rail Yard No. 32775
JS24Rail Yard No. 42695
JS25Scaffold440
JS26Rail Yard No. 6380
JS27Rail Yard No. 7925
JS28Rail Yard No. 82070
JS29Rail Yard No. 9175
JS30Rail Yard No. 101395
JS31Rail Yard No. 111190
JS32Rail Yard No. 14 – Runaround625
JS35Rail Yard No. 121105
JS36Rail Yard No. 13920
JS37Rail Yard No. 151775
JS38Rail Yard No. 16 – Service Track1825
JS39Dump845
JS40Timber Track1040
JS41Dump185

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ZONE “N”

MONCTON SHOPS

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
N000Main Line2920
N0010BStorage #1 Bel. Walk835
N0020AStorage #2 Above Walk )2730
N0020BStorage #2 Bel. Walk )
N0030AStorage #3 Above Walk )
N0030BStorage #3 Bel. Walk )
N0040AStorage #4 Above Walk )
N0040BStorage #4 Bel. Walk )
N005Storage No. 51110
N006Storage No. 6710
N007Storage No. 71090
N008Storage No. 885
N009Storage No. 91025
N010Old No. 11290
N011Freight Car Shop285
N012Freight Car Shop950
N013Freight Car Shop1335
N014Freight Car Shop1225
N015Freight Car Shop1320
N016Freight Car Shop1175
N017Transfer Table Track815
N018Power House440
N019Stores250
N020Sand Blast House335
N021Bet. Shops Wheel Track1195
N023Iron Store100
N025Cab & Tender Shop405
N026Cab & Tender Shop355
N027Cab & Tender Shop355
N029Boiler Shop260
N030Boiler Shop250
N032Diesel Shop Pit No. 1200
N033Diesel Shop Pit No. 2200
N034Diesel Shop Pit No. 3200

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ZONE “N”

MONCTON SHOPS (CONT’D)

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
N035Diesel Shop Pit No. 4200
N040Diesel Shop Pit No. 17400
N041Diesel Shop Pit No. 18405
N042Diesel Shop Pit No. 19385
N043Diesel Shop Pit No. 20245
N044Runaround (N. Main Trk.)
N045Dead Engine Trk. No. 1455
N046Dead Engine Trk. No. 2455
N050Lumber Yard420
N055Lumber Yard Storage245
N056Paint Shop350
N060Lumber Yard Storage300
N061Behind Paint Shop695
N062Transfer Table500
N065Paint Shop Storage500
N066Paint Shop Storage500
N067Paint Shop No. 1305
N068Paint Shop No. 2275
N069Paint Shop No. 3210
N070Paint Shop No. 4210
N071Paint Shop No. 5310
N072Paint Shop No. 6310
N073Paint Shop No. 7300
N074Paint Shop No. 8300
N080Wheel Lift Crane Trk.215
N081Wheel Lift395
N082Next to Wheel Lift155
N083Oil Store270
N087Casting Yard245
N090Casting Yard295
N095Canadian Liquid Air135
N098No. 5 Supply Depot90
N099No. 5 Supply Depot80
N075Shop Stores500

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ZONE “V”

V.I.C.

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
V010Imperial Oil Ltd.295
V012Maritime Forwarding220
V013Maritime Forwarding210
V014Reid Lumber Ltd.290
V020Moncton Tomato Co.95
V021K. Smith Co.60
V022Canfor Ltd.170
V024Vacant120
V0260AMaritime Farm Supply )370
V0260BGuildfords Ltd. )
V050Atlantic Speedy Propane160
V0550AEnvironment Protection Services )400
V0550BEnvironment Protection Services )
V0550CWebster & Sons Ltd. )
V0550DMaritime Farm Supply )
V056Vacant250
V059Moncton Foundry50
V061Vacant130
V063Maritime Co-op85
V065Maritime Co-op1100
V0660ACanadian Petrofina )
V0660BVacant )
V0660CEmco Plumbing Supply )375
V0660DB.F. Goodrich Can. Ltd. )
V0660EB.F. Goodrich Can. Ltd. )

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ZONE “V”

V.I.C. (CONT’D)

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
V069Vacant140
V079Butt Weld1000
V081Butt Weld585
V082Butt Weld1530
V083Butt Weld1640
V084Butt Weld1755
V085Butt Weld2070
V0900AAlsco Maritimes Ltd. )
V090TTTeam Track )180
V095TTTeam Track1115
V096Muirhead Fwd. Co.345
V097St. Lawrence Cement555

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ZONE “LD”

SAINT JOHN, N.B.

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
LD9J. D. Irving565
LD10TTEnd Ramp Team Track205
LD16Canada Packers – Meats370
LD18Domkraft Ltd.385
LD19Flintcote595
LD20New Siding (Storage)1060
LD28Atlantic Speedy Propane105
LD36Gulf Oil Canada (B.A. Oil)150
LD37Texaco220
LD38Irving Oil185
LD39Irving Oil675
LD46Saint John Dry Dock145
LD49Irving Refinery440
LD50Irving Refinery420
LD51Irving Refinery420
LD52Willett Fruit360
LD53Willett Fruit620
LD54Rothesay Paper2130
LD55ARunaround1625
LD55BRunaround1625
LD56Likely Cement950
LD59Irving Sulphite280
LD60Amca130
LD61Guilford160
LD62Maritime Warehouse300
LD63Schurman Ltd.290
LD65Dominion Metal200
LD68Rothesay Paper325
LD72Brooke Bond (Lindsay)305
LD75Canron160
LD80Mulco190
LD95Nova Stran220
LD96Atlantic Metal115
LD97Runaround900
LD98End of Spur100

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ZONE “LG”

SAINT JOHN, N.B.

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
LG9Storage1225
LG10Storage1120
LG11Storage1095
LG12TTTeam Track1095
LG13Team Ramp515
LG14TTTeam Track250
LG15Piggyback150
LG16TTTeam Track665

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ZONE “LG”

SAINT JOHN, N.B.

(Continued)

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
LG60Long Wharf – Face Track1275
LG61Long Wharf – Inside Track1275
LG62Long Wharf – Track 1 Behind Shed300
LG63Long Wharf – Track 2 Behind Shed300
LG64Long Wharf – Track 3 Behind Shed885
LG65Long Wharf – Tail Track850

 

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ZONE “LS”

SAINT JOHN, N.B.

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
LS6Old Coal Pocket 3665
LS7Old Coal Pocket 2530
LS9Roundhouse 7250
LS11Lead Track300
LS12Diesel Track260
LS13Roundhouse Track545
LS14Auto Ramp200
LS15Auto Ramp200
LS16Wood Track200
LS17Roundhouse Track235
LS18Roundhouse Track125
LS19Van Track650
LS20Shop Track1040
LS21Shop Track1040
LS22Hold Track570
LS23Cleaning Track840
LS25Dimensional Loads820
LS26Storage1250
LS31Park 12265
LS32Park 22495
LS33Park 32025
LS34Park 4 (Scale Track)1830
LS35C.P.R. Interchange765
LS36Hold Track825

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ZONE “LS”

SAINT JOHN, N.B.

(Continued)

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
LS37Park 5 (C.P.R. Interchange)1650
LS38Park 6 (C.P.R. Interchange)1650
LS39Park 71255
LS40Park 81150
LS41Park 9840
LS42Park 10840
LS43Park 11840
LS44Park 121280
LS45Park 131175
LS46Park 14950
LS47Park 15740
LS48Park 16740
LS49Park 172350
LS50Park 182350
LS52Old Main Line3980
LS53Passenger Main Line

 

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ZONE “LS”

SAINT JOHN, N.B.

(Continued)

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
LS55Station Siding460
LS56Crosby Molasses470
LS57Crosby Molasses150
LS59Can. Water Supply300
LS61Sortin Yard 14210
LS62Sortin Yard 24160
LS63Sortin Yard 34060
LS64Sortin Yard 43925
LS65Sortin Yard 52320
LS66Sortin Yard 62320
LS67Sortin Yard 72320
LS68Sortin Yard 82320
LS69Sortin Yard 92320
LS70Sortin Yard 102320
LS71Sortin Yard 112320
LS72Sortin Yard 122320
LS73Sortin Yard 132320
LS74Sortin Yard 142320
LS75Sortin Yard 152320
LS76Ethel/Dupont3160
LS77Storage3855
LS78Storage3855
LS81McKay Forest Products820
LS83AOcean Steel250
LS83BStrescon310
LS83CStairs380
LS84Abe Levine740
LS85Weldwood/Rothpaper635
LS86Weldwood/Rothpaper470
LS87TTColdbrook Team Track395
LS88Canfor640
LS89J. Ritchie290
LS91Brookville (Storage)260
LS92Brookville Mfg. Co.490
LS93Brookville Mfg. Co.1085
LS94Brookville Mfg. Co.840

 

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ZONE “LW”

SAINT JOHN, N.B.

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
LW17Lockhart280
LW18N.B. Publishing Co.185
LW21Courtenay Yard 14200
LW22Courtenay Yard 22690
LW23Courtenay Yard 32690
LW24Potash Unloading Site400
LW30Sambo Siding910

 

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ZONE “LW”

SAINT JOHN, N.B.

(Continued)

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
LW41Atlantic Sugar Refinery150
LW42Atlantic Sugar Refinery60
LW43Atlantic Sugar Refinery Outward Loading295
LW44Atlantic Sugar Refinery Outward Loading330
LW45Atlantic Sugar Refinery455
LW46Atlantic Sugar Refinery110
LW47Ballast Wharf 6) For140
LW48Ballast Wharf 7) Storage485
LW49Ballast Wharf 8) and530
LW50Ballast Wharf 9) Clean-445
LW51Ballast Wharf 10) ing370
LW52Ballast Wharf 11) sugar275
LW53Ballast Wharf 12) cars275
LW56Lead Track
LW57Scow Siding235
LW58Runaround830
LW59Grain Elevator540
LW60Grain Elevator540
LW66Old Pugsley 1820
LW67Old Pugsley 2820
LW68Old Pugsley 3475
LW69Pugsley Extn. Tk. 1625
LW70Pugsley Extn. Tk. 2610
LW71Pugsley Face Track 11600
LW72Pugsley Face Track 22050

 

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ZONE “LE”

SUSSEX SUBDIVISION

SHEET 1 OF 2

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
LE25Siding1410
LE45Siding4305
LE46TTTeam Track210
LE55Runaround1450
LE56Lead935
LE57Maple Leaf Milling150
LE58TTTeam Track & Ramp470
LE59TTTeam Track320

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ZONE “LE”

SUSSEX SUBDIVISION

[SHEET 2 OF 2]

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
LE61TTTeam Track910
LE65Siding4510
LE66TTTeam Track & Ramp320
LE75TTTeam Track1300

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ZONE “C”

SUSSEX SUBDIVISION

Mile 0.00 to 43.3

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
A001TTTeam Track580
C005TTTeam Track2770
C010TTTeam Track880
C011Siding1365
C020TTSiding & Team Track5680
C031TTTeam Track190
C032Siding3360
C033TTTeam Track & Ramp830
C034Siding1965
C035Siding660
C040TTTeam Track200
C041Siding760
C050Passing Track6675
C051TTTeam Track & Sussex Farm & Garden280
C052Potash Co. of America170
C053Potash Co. of America2090
C054Potash Co. of America1425
C055Potash Co. of America2395
C056Potash Co. of America3470
C057Potash Co. of America2045
C058Potash Co. of America6105
C059Potash Co. of America5515
C0620AMcCready Foods Ltd. )610
C0620BBarbours Foods Ltd. )
C0630ACanada Packers )2220
C0630BBayshore Lbr. Co. Ltd. )
C064Canada Packers335
C065Siding3030
C066Siding1280
C067TTTeam Track & Ramp1280
C068TTTeam Track685
C069TTTeam Track495
C070TTSussex & Studholm490
C071Sussex & Studholm Agric. Society225
C072TTTeam Track740
C073TTTeam Track995

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ZONE “B”

HAVELOCK SUBDIVISION

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
B005H.A. Fawcett Lbr.125
B010East Leg of Wye1000
B011West Leg of Wye785
B025TTTeam Track170
B030Siding865
B032Havelock Lime Co.2025
B034Havelock Lime Co.1260
B040Havelock Lime Co.790
B042West Leg of Wye775
B044TTTeam Track515
B045TTTeam Track330
B051Canada Cement Co.750
B052Canada Cement Co.750
B053Canada Cement Co. (Coal)1485
B055Canada Cement Co. (Scale)1290
B056Canada Cement Co.1050
B059Canada Cement Co.600
B060Canada Cement Co.850

 


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ZONE “J”

[OROMOCTO SUBDIVISION]

SHEET 1 OF 4

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
J001Westfield Beach – Storage1120
J002Westfield Beach – Siding1285
J003Westfield Beach – Turntable80
J007Grandview – Siding905
J011Oak Point – Siding185
J015Evandale – Siding1310

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ZONE “J”

OROMOCTO SUB.

SHEET 2 OF 4

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
J019TTHampstead – Public (Side Ramp)200
J023Queenstown – Siding830
J031Gagetown – Siding1470
J032TTGagetown – Public840

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ZONE “J”

OROMOCTO SUB.

SHEET 3 OF 4

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
J038Babbit – Siding1540
J044Camp Gagetown – Siding2400
J045Camp Gagetown – Storage2425
J046Camp Gagetown – Loading2515
J047Camp Gagetown – Loading (Side & End Ramp)820
J048Camp Gagetown – R.C.O.C. Loading (Side & End Ramp)1250
J049Camp Gagetown – Loading (Side & End Ramp)850
J050Camp Gagetown – Tank Farm Siding500
J051Camp Gagetown – Central Heating600
J052Camp Gagetown – Coal Storage580
J053Camp Gagetown – R.C.O.C. Depot1000
J054Camp Gagetown – Supply Depot1200
J060TTOromocto – Public935
J061Oromocto – Siding1435

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ZONE “J”

OROMOCTO SUB.

SHEET 4 OF 4

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
J065Lincoln (South) Siding & Haley Lbr.600
J066Imperial Oil550
J069TTLincoln (North) – Public220

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ZONE “KN”

NASHWAAK SUB.

SHEET 1 OF 4

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
KX01Main Line2570
KN00South Devon – Transfer (Interchange)400
KN01South Devon – Yard Tk #11915
KN02South Devon – Yard Tk #21700
KN03South Devon – Yard Tk #31500
KN04South Devon – Yard Tk #41490
KN05South Devon – Scale Sdg.590
KN06South Devon – Auxiliary Siding245
KN07South Devon – Old ML & Repair Siding1360
KN08South Devon – Straight Coach Siding465
KN09South Devon – Middle Coach Siding420
KN10South Devon – Back Coach Siding765
KN11South Devon – Old Coach Siding615
KN12South Devon – Enginehouse Tk #175
KN13South Devon – Enginehouse Tk #2815
KN14South Devon – Enginehouse Tk #3740
KN15South Devon – Enginehouse Tk #475
KN23South Devon – New Siding1990
KN24South Devon445
KN26TTSouth Devon – Public Siding (Side & End Ramp)600
KN27South Devon – Irving Oil220

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ZONE “KN”

NASHWAAK SUB.

SHEET 2 OF 4

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
KN30University Avenue – Siding835
KN32University Avenue – J.S. Neil300
KN330AUniversity Avenue – Storage1020
KN330BUniversity Avenue – E.M. Young165
KN99University Avenue – Interchange1000

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ZONE “KN”

NASHWAAK SUB.

SHEET 3 OF 4

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
KN36Sumner Co. Ltd.60
KN39TTPublic Sdg. & Containers335
KN40TTPublic Sdg. & Ramp430
KN41TTPublic Sdg. & Ramp430
KN430AKitchen Bros. )
KN430BAtlantic Wholesalers )1020
KN430CSumner Tire )
KN45Willett Fruit Co.185
KN47Royal Mills Ltd.120
KN50Atlas Building Supplies (Side Ramp)140
KN51Canfor Ltd.200
KN53Gulf Oil130
KN54L.E. Shaw300
KN55Barker Equipment75
KN56End of Spur400

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ZONE “KN”

NASHWAAK SUB.

SHEET 4 OF 4

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
KN60TTMarysville – Public470
KN62TTPenniac – Public640
KN68Durham Bridge – Siding1385
KN69TTDurham Bridge – Public455
KN71TTTaymouth – Public325
KN73Taymouth Pit – Siding1335
KN74Taymouth Pit – Siding1350
KN77Covered Bridge – Public310
KN79Cross Creek – Siding930

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ZONE “NN”

CENTREVILLE SUB.

SHEET 1 OF 2

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
NN02Valley – Storage & Runaround1000
NN03Valley – Tail Track400
NN07Woodstock – Mason & Risch Ltd.1050
NN11Woodstock – Siding995
NN12TTWoodstock – Public790
NN13TTWoodstock – Public400
NN15TTWoodstock – Public & Ramp630
NN16Woodstock – Irving Oil190
NN18Woodstock – Atlantic Wholesalers220
NN20Woodstock – Karnes Bakery200
NN25TTBellville – Public300
NN28Lindsay – Siding1525
NN29Lindsay – Public500
NN35TTAvondale Road – Public500

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ZONE “NN”

CENTREVILLE SUB.

SHEET 2 OF 2

SpinsDesignationUsable Footage
NN38Lakeville – Siding1350
NN39TTLakeville – Public520
NN45Mile 26.7 – Co-op.340
NN51Centreville – Siding1390
NN52TTCentreville – Public810
NN53TTCentreville – Public & Ramp680
NN57Centreville – Eng. House Tk #1150
NN60Centreville – End of Track820