e. Move of No. 9. The next move is to be made by No. 9. Move it past
the sidetracked train at Ogdensburg--OG--and past the westbound extra, which
is in the clear at BO tower, into Maxey. Now each extra is free to proceed
in its respective direction until other orders or the timetable schedule of
a superior train restricts it. When No. 9 passes the two extras in their
respective sidings, the presence or absence of the two extras is of no
concern to the crew of No. 9. It holds no orders that involve either extra
and, consequently, their presence on the railroad is not known to the crew
of No. 9. In brief, the timetable, as shown in the sample in appendix II,
notifies all trains what regular trains are to be expected and the departure
time from each station. The dispatcher's train orders notify the crews of
extra trains of the presence of opposing extras.
Unless such orders
interfere with or restrict the progress of regular trains, their crews are
not given copies.
f. Move of extras. To complete the example, move Extra 9552 West into
Maxey and Extra 4220 East into Conroy. One aspect of the advancing after
the meat needs further explanation. After the meet between the extras, the
eastbound train moved from FV to OG siding on the authority of rule S-87.
Similarly, the westbound extra