AC Waybill (CP 304289 - Empty Bulkhead Flat) 04-11-1970 Algoma Central waybill for an empty CPR bulkhead flatcar Franz to Hearst. Consinee is listed as "Yardmixer" so it's unclear which industry has ordered the car. It will likely be loaded with lumber for shipment back to the CPR.
CPR Waybill (CPAA 208554 - Empty boxcar) 08-05-1984 Empty car waybill to move a CPR boxcar from Sault Ste. Marie to Schreiber, most likely for a load of pulp at Marathon (James River Pulp and Paper) or Terrace Bay (Kimberly Clark). See switchlist below referencing woodpulp loads destined for Sault Ste. Marie.
ACR Switchlist Franz 02-17-91 Switchlist for a northbound extra train at Franz, showing cars in CPR to AC transfer track.
Note one car of woodpulp bound for Kapuskasing on the CN via Hearst, to be lifted by the extra. Also
note the large cut of woodchip gondolas destined for loading at Dubreilville.
Clearance & order - No. 1 at Franz, 03-28-1970 Clearance with attached train order (512) to No. 1 delivered at Franz. Train order reads:
"To No 1 at Franz: No 1 Engine 164 meet No 6 Engine 167 at Mosher. No 1 take siding at Mosher"
Message form to Franz Agent, 04-26-1970 "To The Agent at Franz: Give No 5 North cars and No 6 South cars and AC empty 52 foot gon for Sault Ste Marie. Do not require any chip boxes today. Hold empty AC rack in yard."
Message form to No. 6, 04-26-1970 "To C&E No 6 at Franz: Lift AC 2311 and CN 556351 equipment from mileage 176 1/2 for via Hearst and handle them to Hawk Junction. Waybills are in the box at mileage 176 1/2."
Message form to No. 6, 04-26-1970 "To C&E No 6 at Franz: Handle CP 301925 circuit breakers on head end for careful handling and keep close watch on it enroute and if excessive sway reduce speed accordingly to eliminate."
Order no. 705, 06-27-1977 Slow order.
"To Northward trains at Steelton: Do not exceed twenty 20 miles per hour between mileage one forty five 145 and mileage one forty six 146"
Order no. 710, 06-29-1977 It seems a fair bit of maintenance work is going on this summer:
"To Northward trains At Steelton: Protect against occupied boarding cars and track machinery in Goulais, Maskode and Mekatina sidings and in Agawa and Tabor house tracks."
Order no. 502, 06-30-1977 Protection against a Foreman near south siding switch Tabor:
"To Northward Trains at Steelton: Between the hours of seven naught one 701 AM and six nought one 601 PM northward trains approach red signal at mileage one thirty seven 137 and southward trains approach red signal at mileage one forty and one half 140 1/2 prepared to stop and do not pass this signal until instructions have been received from Foreman W Federchuck either by radio communications or personal contact."
Order no. 509, 10-03-1986 "To No 6, No 2 at Hearst: No 6 Eng 201 Wait at Wyborn until ten hundred 1000, Stavert ten ten 1010, Coppel ten twenty five 1025, Horsey ten forty 1040, Hale ten fifty five 1055, Kennedy eleven ten 1110, Norris eleven twenty 1120"
Order no. 510, 10-03-1986 "To No 6 at Hearst: Do not exceed ten 10 miles per hour through turnouts while handling cars of bolted rails"
Order no. 511, 10-03-1986 "To Southward Trains at Hearst: Southward trains except No 2 Eng 204 and No 6 Eng 201 Wait at Mileage two seventy eight 278 until twelve fifty 1250"
Order no. 511, 12-21-1990 The order attached to the above clearance. Of interest, note that the order is addressed not to the two trains, but to the station operator.
"To OPR At Franz: No. 6 Engine 200 meet Extra 204 North at Franz"
Miscellaneous Operating Forms
Motor Car Instruction Form Instructions to motor car (speeder) operator. In this case, dated March 20, 1970, informing the Roadmaster operating the vehicle to "Keep clear of No 6 schedule"
Motor Car Instruction Form Instructions to motor car (speeder) operator, April 2, 1970, authorizing "Franz to Hawk Junction until five fifteen 515 pm keeping clear of No 6 Eng 168 with rear end protection"
Motor Car Instruction Form "To RD Pratt at Franz: Franz to Hawk Junction until 1245pm. No 5 Eng 158 wait at Wanda until Eleven nought one 1101 am"