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order indicate that the work extra is protecting itself against other trains, they will run expecting to find the work extra protecting itself.
The working limits should be as short as practicable, to be changed as the progress of the work may require.
Form J.-Holding Order
When a train has been so held it must not proceed until the order to hold is annulled, or an order given to the operator in the form: “ may go.”
These orders will be addressed to the operator and acknowledged in the usual manner, and will be delivered to conductors and enginemen of all trains affected.
Form J will only be used when necessary to hold trains until orders can be given, or in case of emergency.
K.-Annulling a Schedule or a Section
- of — is annulled - to No. 1 of Feb. 29th is annulled “A” to “Z.” 2d No. 5 of Feb. 29th is annulled “E” to “G.”
The schedule or section annulled becomes void between the points named and cannot be restored.
Form L.-Annulling an Order Order No. — is annulled.
Example Order No. 10 is annulled.
If an order which is to be annulled has not been delivered to a train, the annulling order will be addressed to the operator, who will destroy all copies of the order annulled but his own and write on that:
Annulled by Order No. —-.
An order which has been annulled must not be reissued under its original number.
Form M.-Annulling Part of an Order That part of Order No. — reading — is annulled.
Example That part of Order No. 10 reading No. I meet No. 2 at “S” is annulled.
Form P.-Superseding an Order or a Part of an
Order This order will be given by adding to prescribed forms the words “instead of —-."
(1) - meet--at — instead of
(2) — has right over --- to - instead of
(3) — display signals for — — to— instead of
Examples (1) No. I meet No. 2 at “C” instead of "B."
(2) No. 1 has right over No. 2 “G” to “R” instead of “X.”
(3) No. 1 display signals for Eng. 85 “A” to “Z” instead of “G."
An order which has been superseded must not be reissued under its original number.