The Board of Transport
Commissioners for Canada
Commission des Transports
du Canada

Order no. 121205

Tuesday, the 21st of
June, A.D. 1966

In the matter of the application of Canadian National Railways for authority to abandon operation of that portion of its Coboconk Subdivision between Woodville, mileage 12.55, and Lorneville, mileage 13.88, in the Province of Ontario:

39310.138

and

In the matter of the application of Canadian National Railways for authority to abandon operation of that portion of its Midland Subdivision between Lindsay, mileage 2.50, and Beaverton East, mileage 24.70, in the Province of Ontario:

39310.121

In the matter of the application of Canadian National Railways for authority to close and remove its railway station at Woodville aforesaid:

4205.1438

Rod Kerr
Chief Commissioner

J .E. Dumontier
Deputy Chief Commissioner

A. S. Kirk
Commissioner

Upon hearing the said applications at Lindsay, Ontario, on June 15, 1966, in the presence of Counsel for Canadian National Railways, and representatives of the Township of Mariposa, the Village of Woodville and other parties, and pursuant to Judgment given orally at the hearings;

It is hereby ordered as follows:

  1. Canadian National Railways is authorized to abandon operation of that portion of its Coboconk Subdivision between Woodville and Lorneville aforesaid, and that portion of its Midland Subdivision between Lindsay and Beaverton East aforesaid and to close and remove its railway station at Woodville aforesaid, but none of the said abandonments or the closing of the station at Woodville shall be effected prior to August 1, 1966.
  2. Canadian National Railways shall give to the Board and to the parties that appeared at the hearing at least two weeks' prior notice of the date or dates on which the said abandonments of operation and closing of the station are to be effected, and shall further notify the Board as soon as they have been effected.
  3. The Company shall also, at least two weeks before Woodville Station will be closed, post up in the station for the information of the public a notice of the date on which it will be closed. The Company is exempted from the provisions of General Order No. 0-2 in respect of that station.

Rod Kerr
Chief Commissioner,
The Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada.