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Run-through pool crews operating west of Mi. 199.5 Belleville Subdivision 
Source: TCRC 295
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Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Mr. B. Hiller
Local Chairperson Road
TCRC 295

Mr. J. Campbell
Local Chairman Locomotive Engineers
TCRC 295

RE: Run-through pool crews operating west of Mi. 199.5 Belleville Subdivision

Bruce/John,

As per conversation, this letter is an understanding that run-through pool crews will not be required to operate west of Mi. 199.5 Belleville Subdivision with the exception of handling trains 230/231 to and from Obico Yard.

It is also understood that run-through pool crews operating west of Mi. 199.5 Belleville Subdivision on train 231 in excess of seven and one half hours on duty when train arrives at Mi. 195.2 Belleville Subdivision having served proper rest notice to the company are not required to handle train 231 to Obico Yard.


Regards,

Marc Waver

Marc Waver
Manager Yard Operations
Toronto

I concur;

Bruce Hiller

Bruce Hiller
Local Chairman Road
TCRC 295

I concur;

John Campbell

John Campbell
Local Chairman Locomotive Engineers
TCRC 295
 

 
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