CP Rail Symbol Trains Operating Instructions

CP Rail Symbol Trains Operating Instructions

Subject to marshalling requirements as published in C.S. 44, Time Tables or Superintendents Bulletins.

Effective April 28, 1974 (Daylight Savings time applies to October 27th)

System Operating Plans General Operating Instructions for High Reliability Trains 901,902,921,949,951,952,953,965

Designated Purpose of Specified Symbol Trains Handling Transcontinental Traffic

System Marshalling Book

Effective April 28, 1974

Eastward Direction Trains

*Train 902 Coquitlam to Toronto
*Train 952 Alyth to Saint John
Train 954 Alyth to Toronto
Train 944 Alyth to North Portal
Train 940 Alyth to North Portal
Train 976 South Edmonton to Winnipeg
Train 946 Winnipeg to Toronto
Train 904 Windsor to White River Jct.
Train 916 Windsor to Montreal
Train 906 Windsor to Toronto
Train 910 Toronto to Montreal
Train 928 Toronto to Montreal
Train 930 Toronto to Montreal
Train 912 Sault Ste. Marie to North Bay
Train 506 Obico to Montreal

* See General Instructions

Westward Direction Trains

*Train 949 Saint John to Alyth
*Train 951 Montreal to Vancouver
*Train 901 Toronto to Coquitlam
*Train 965 Toronto to Coquitlam
*Train 921 Toronto to Winnipeg
*Train 953 Toronto to Winnipeg
Train 903 St. Johnsbury to Windsor
Train 915 Montreal to Toronto
Train 929 Montreal to Toronto
Train 931 Montreal to Toronto
Train 911 Montreal to Sault Ste. Marie
Train 975 Winnipeg to South Edmonton
Train 945 Moose Jaw to Alyth
Train 947 Winnipeg to Alyth
Train 905 Montreal to Toronto
Train 505 Montreal to Obico

* See General Instructions

Regional Information

Atlantic Region

Eastern Region

Prairie Region

Pacific Region

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WRMRC March Public Activities Cancelled

On the advice of medical officials, is with reluctance that the WRMRC executive has decided to cancel all club public activities over the month of March in order to help contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus. This includes the operating session scheduled for tomorrow, and our participation in the 2020 Doubleheaders Tour. The following is a letter from our president.


Dear WRMRC Membership,

As you know developments in the COVID 19 corona virus situation have been coming fast and furious. Since my email to the group earlier today changes in advice from public health professionals have led the officers of the club to take a hard look at our plans. I have also been receiving emails from members indicating that they will be restricting their activities in coming days. As a result the officers have decided by unanimous consent to cancel the March operating session which was scheduled for this Saturday and to cancel our participation in the DoubleHeaders Tour scheduled for Saturday, March 28. We will decide on the May operating session as we get closer to the date and see how the situation develops.

We have taken this action reluctantly. We all do love to “play with trains” and were looking forward to the session. We also enjoy sharing our hobby with others and regret missing the tour. Given the advice from public officials and concerns of our own membership, we believe that this is the more responsible option. Since the Wednesday work sessions involve smaller groups we have not cancelled those at the moment, but individual members should feel free to take a break from Wednesdays as they feel necessary. Continue to monitor this group (our groups.io page) for further news.

Everyone stay safe and, as best you are able, healthy.

Bob Kelly

WRMRC President

 

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