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" ... from the rear of his train, and he must remain there until recalled by the whistle of his engine; but if a passenger train is due within ten minutes, he must remain until it arrives. When he comes in, he will remove the torpedo nearest to the train,... "
The South Western Reporter - Page 28
1903
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Annual Report, Volume 16

Louisiana Railroad Commission - Railroads - 1914
...the rear of his train, and remain there until recalled. Should a train be seen or heard approaching, he must remain until it arrives. When he comes in,...torpedoes must be left on the rail as a caution signal to a following train. The recall of a flagman Is the most critical period, and when there is not a clear...
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Reports of Cases Decided in the Appellate Court of the State of ..., Volume 57

Indiana. Appellate Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1915
...a mile (or 18 telegraph poles) from the rear of his train, and he must remain there until recalled; but if a passenger train is due within ten minutes,...the rail as a caution signal to any following train. If the delay occurs upon single track and it becomes necessary to protect the front of the train, or...
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Accident Bulletin, Issues 63-86

United States. Federal Railroad Administration. Office of Safety - 1918
...10 minutes he must remain until it rives. When he comes in he will remove the torpedo nearest to le train, but the two torpedoes must be left on the rail as a caution g-nal to any following train. From the flagman's own statement and designation f the point where he...
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Cyclopedia of Engineering: A General Reference Work on Steam ..., Volume 3

Electric engineering - 1919
...rail length), when he may return to a point — feet from the rear of his train, where he must remain until recalled by the whistle of his engine. But if...must be left on the rail as a caution signal to any train follouing. When it is necessary for a freight train on a double track to turn out on to the opposite...
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The Northeastern Reporter, Volume 107

Law reports, digests, etc - 1915
...mile (or 18 telegraph poles) from the rear of his train, and he must remain there until recalled ; but if a passenger train is due within ten minutes,...the rail as a caution signal to any following train. If the delay occurs upon single track, and it becomes necessary to protect the front of the train,...
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The Railway Conductor, Volume 22

Railroad conductors - 1905
...ten minutes he must remain until it arrives. When he comes in he will remove the torpedoes nearest the train, but the two torpedoes must be left on the rail as a caution to any following train. If the delay occurs upon single track, and it becomes necessary to protect...
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Locomotive Engineers Journal, Volume 47

Labor unions - 1913
...train is due he must remain until it arrives. When he comes in he will remove the torpedo nearest to train, but the two torpedoes must be left on the rail as a caution signal to a following train. "The recall of flagman is the most critical period, and when there is not a clear...
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The Federal Reporter: With Key-number Annotations ..., Volume 288

Law reports, digests, etc - 1923
...mile (or 18 telegraph poles) from the rear of his train, and be must remain there until recalled ; but if a passenger train is due within ten minutes,...the rail as a caution signal to any following train. "If the delay occurs upon single track, and it becomes necessary to protect the front of the train,...
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The Southern Reporter, Volume 26

Law reports, digests, etc - 1900
...In until recalled by the whistle of his engine. When he comes In, he will remove the torpedo nearest the train, but the two torpedoes must be left on the rail as a caution signal to any following train. When flagging at night, the flagman will, the last thing after being recalled, place one lighted fusee...
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Reports of Civil and Criminal Cases Decided by the Court of ..., Volume 173

Kentucky. Court of Appeals, James Hughes (Reporter), Achilles Sneed (Reporter), Martin D. Hardin (Reporter), George Minos Bibb (Reporter), Alexander Keith Marshall (Reporter), William Littell (Reporter) - Law reports, digests, etc - 1917
...at a sufficient distance in which to stop. When he comes in, he must remove the torpedo nearest his train; but the two torpedoes must be left on the rail as a caution signal to any following train. When protecting at night the flagman must, the last thing after being recalled, place a lighted fuse...
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