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place of the rulings which the management of any road sees fit to make. This book is intended to make the rules clear, giving information which it is impossible for any railroad company to incorporate within a book of rules, explaining the rules and the reason for the different rules in such a manner as to be of special value in assisting examining officers to thoroughly explain the rules in detail, and also to thoroughly prepare trainmen to pass an examination with credit to themselves and their department.
In looking up special points the index will be found of great value as it enables the student to turn to any subject instantly.
G. E. COLLINGWOOD. June, 1911.
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Engine Running Backward by Night, without Cars,
or at the Rear of a Train Pushing Cars, and Dis
playing Signals for a Following Section . . . 217 Rear of Train by Night While Running . . . 218 Rear of Train by Night When on Siding to be passed
by Another Train . . . . . . . . . 219 Rear of Train by Day . . . . . . . . . 220 Engine Running Forward by Day, without Cars, or at
the Rear of a Train Pushing Cars . . . . 221 Engine Running Forward by Night, without Cars, or
at the Rear of a Train Pushing Cars . . . . 222 Engine Running Backward by Night without Cars, or
at the Front of a Train Pulling Cars . . . 223 Passenger Cars Being Pushed by an Engine by Night 224
Freight Cars Being Pushed by an Engine by Night 225 STANDARD TRAIN ORDER BLANK FOR 19 ORDERS. 226 STANDARD TRAIN ORDER BLANK FOR 31 ORDERS · · 227