|Location:||(Simcoe County, Vespra Township)|
|1952-09-27||Mileage 2.4...Crossing Canadian Pacific Railway; interlocking. Signalman is on duty 10.30 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. week days only. For any C.N.R. trains which are to pass outside these hours, signalman must be called to operate interlocking plant. When signalman not on duty, route must be left set clear for C.P.R. tains. All trains shall not exceed a speed of fifteen miles per hour when they are approaching this crossing and are within five hundred feet of the governing home signal. B.T.C. 77509. CNR.CR.NOD.4|
|1953-04-26||Mileage 2.4...Crossing Canadian Pacific Railway Automatic Interlocking. No train shall exceed a speed of fifteen miles per hour at the governing approach signal. (B.T.C. 80291). CNR.CR.NOD.5|
Mileage 2.4—Crossing Canadian Pacific Railway Automatic Interlocking. No train shall exceed a speed of fifteen miles per hour at the approach signal. (B.T.C. 80291).
Railway crossing at grade with C.N.R. at mileage 60.49—Interlocked Automatic.
Board of Transport Commissioners has authorized speed not exceeding fifty miles per hour for passenger trains only, over railway crossing at grade with C.N.R. at mileage 60.49.
|1905-08-29||C.P.Ry. authorized to cross G.T.Ry. Penetang branch at gradeB.R.C. Order 761.|
|1906-02-21||B.R.C. Order 950.|
|1906-06-01||C.P.Ry. authoirzed to operate its trains over crossing of G.T.Ry. Penetang branchB.R.C. Order 950.|
|1921-07-07||Order 761 amendedB.R.C. Order 31211.|
|1952-09-28||Appears as manual interlockingCNR.CR.NOD.4, p. 6|
|1953-04-26||Appears as automatic interlockingCNR.CR.NOD.5, p. 6.|