The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.

Order no. 14271

Thursday, the 20th of
July, A.D. 1911
Re joint application of the Grand Trunk and Canadian Pacific Ry. Companies, under section 29, 30, 26? and 269 and such other sections of the Railway Act as may be applicable, for an amendment to the General Train and Interlocking Rules approved by the Board, Order 7563, July 12, 1909:

It is ordered that the said rules be amended by cancelling the rules following, marked Rules to be Cancelled, and substituting therefor the following provisions, makred New Rules to be Substituted:—

Rules to be cancelled. New rules to be substituted.
Home block signal and station protection signal, and train order signal.
A semaphore arm 60 degrees from the horizontal or a disc withdrawn indicates proceed. When this position at night a green light is displayed. A semaphore arm 60 degrees below or 90 degrees above the horizontal or a disc withdrawn indicates proceed. When this position at night a green light id displayed
Distant block signal.
A semaphore arm standing horizontal or a disc displayed indicates proceed with caution, prepared to stop at the home signal. When this position at night a yellow light is displayed. A semaphore arm standing 45 degrees above horizontal or a disc displayed indicates proceed, prepared to stop a next signal. When in this position at night a yellow light is displayed.
A semaphore arm 60 degrees from the horizontal or a disc withdrawn indicates proceed. When in this position at night a green light is displayed. A semaphore arm 60 degrees below or 90 degrees above the horizontal or a disc withdrawn indicates proceed. When in this position at night a green light is displayed.
Interlocking signals—Home signal.
A semaphore arm 60 degrees from the horizontal indicates proceed. When in this position at night a green light is displayed. A semaphore arm 60 degrees below or 90 degrees above the horizontal indicates proceed. When in this position at night a green light is displayed.
Interlocking signals—Distant signal.
A semaphore arm standing horizontal indicates proceed with caution, prepared to stop at home signal. When in this position a night a yellow light is displayed. A semaphore arm standing 45 degrees below or 90 degrees above the horizontal indicates proceed, prepared to stop at next signal. When in this position at night a yellow light is displayed.
A semaphore arm 60 degrees below or 90 degrees above the horizontal indicates proceed. When in this position at night a green light is displayed.