|February 1929, Vol. 22, No. 2||Railway Signaling (Chicago IL)||Page 80, col. 1|
News of the month
The Canadian National has ordered a 14-lever interlocker for the control of traffic at the Queen's Wharf Crossing, Toronto, Ont. A total of 10 Style-M low-voltage switch movements, 75 relays, 10 copper-oxide rectifiers, etc., will be installed. These materials are being supplied by the Union Switch & Signal Company, and the field installation will be carried out by the railway's regular construction forces.