Order no. 64128
|Tuesday, the 26th of
October, A.D. 1943
In the matter of the application of the Corporation of the Town of Parry Sound, in the Province of Ontario, hereinafter called the
Applicant, for an Order requiring the installation of a wigwag with lights instead of bell at the crossing of the Canadian National Railways and Church Street, Parry Sound.
J. A. Cross
Assistant Chief Commissioner
F. M. MacPherson
Upon hearing the application at the sittings of the Board held at Parry Sound on August 16th, 1943, in the presence of Counsel for the Applicant and the Railway Company, and what was alleged—
It is ordered:
- That, within ninety days from the date of this Order, the Canadian National Railways install flashing light signals and a bell at the said crossing of Church Street, Parry Sound, Ontario, mileage 2.8 Sudbury Subdivision, in accordance with the Specifications approved by General Order No. 607, dated
September 29th, 1941: a detail plan showing the layout thereof to be submitted for the approval of an Engineer of the Board.
- That forty per cent of the cost of installing the said flashing lights and bell, not exceeding, however, the sum of $1,080, be paid out of the Railway Grade Crossing Fund; and that the remainder of such cost, as well as the cost of maintenance, be borne and paid in equal amounts by the Canadian National Railways and the Town of Parry Sound.
J. A. Cross
The Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada.