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

Order no. R-4738

Friday, the 21st of
February, A.D. 1969

In the matter of the application of the Canadian National Railways for authority, in respect of their Belleville Master Agency Plan, to remove their station agents at Newcastle, Colborne, Madoc, Campbellford, Stirling, Wellington, Frankford, Marmora and Sti'athcona, and to remove their station agent and the station building at Forfar, all in the Province of Ontario:

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Upon hearing the application at a sittings of the Committee at Belleville, Ontario, on December 18 and 19, 1968, in the presence of Counsel for the Canadian National Railways, R.A. Ban and Talmage Stone, representing the Township of Bastard and Burgess South; Fred Lake, representing the Municipality of Bastard and Burgess South; William A. Shannon, representing the Village of Marmora; Donald W. Rodgers, representing the Village of Marmora; John Wilkes, representing the Village of Marmora; Charles Gordonier, representing Deloro Village; Calvin White; Clarence Graham; Lee Grills, Member of Parliament, Hastings Riding and R. Temple, Counsel for the Village of Marmora, and the Canadian National Railways having applied for leave to amend the said application to include the removal of the station buildings at Newcastle, Colborne, Madoc, Stirling, Wellington, Frankford, Marmora and Strathcona; and

Upon reading the submissions filed—

The Railway Transport Committee of the Canadian Transport Commission hereby orders:

  1. Leave is hereby granted to the Canadian National Railways to amend the application as hereinbefore set out.
  2. The Canadian National Railways are authorized, in respect of their Belleville Master Agency Plan, to remove the agents and to remove or dispose of the station buildings at Newcastle, Colborne, Madoc, Stirling, Wellington, Frankford, Marmora and Strathcona and to remove the agent at Campbellford, all in the Province of Ontario.
  3. The application of the Canadian National Railways to remove the agent and station building at Forfar in the Province of Ontario, is dismissed.

C.W. Rump
Secretary,
The Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada.