(Cancels BRC 8002-F)
|THE BELT RAILWAY COMPANY OF CHICAGO|
FREIGHT TARIFF BRC 8002-G
(Cancels Freight Tariff BRC 8002-F)
INTERMEDIATE, TERMINAL, AND OTHER
CHARGES, RATES, RULES, AND REGULATIONS
LOADED AND EMPTY CARS
BETWEEN CONNECTIONS NAMED WITHIN
AND ALSO ON
ORIGINATING OR TERMINATING OUTSIDE THE CHICAGO SWITCHING DISTRICT
FROM OR TO INDUSTRIES LOCATED ON THE BELT RAILWAY COMPANY OF CHICAGO
This tariff governed by Uniform Classification as provided herein.
Director Agency & Customer Service
6900 South Central Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60638
TABLE OF CONTENTS
|Articles on which charges apply||60|
|Canceling items, method of||45|
|Capacities and Dimensions of Cars||30|
|Charge for an air brake test on trains in through movement||140|
|Charges, application of||80|
|Charge for repositioning outbound locomotives||185|
|Charges on bad ordered cars setout of direct move trains||165|
|Charges on cars held for transfer or adjustment||110|
|Charges on cars delayed at Clearing yard due to outbound carrier's failure to handle||125|
|Charges on cars delayed at South Chicago due to receiving carrier's failure to handle||175|
|Charges on cars received without necessary forwarding data||105|
|Charges on dimensional shipments held for measurement||145|
|Charges on empty coal trains delayed on the BRC||155|
|Charges on locomotives held for inspection||170|
|Charges on passenger cars held for clearance or inspection||180|
|Charges on trains in through movement delayed on BRC due to receiving carriers failure to handle||130|
|Chicago Switching District, defined||40|
|Connecting line from and to which rates apply alphabetically arranged||190|
|Demurrage Plan and Prices||55|
|Explosives,TIH, Dangerous and Radioactive Articles||10|
|Hot Metal or Ladle Cars||90|
|Intermediate Service, Charge For||2001 - 2007|
|Items and/or provisions not brought forward||115|
|List of Industries||65, 3001-3003|
|Livestock, handling of||70|
|Mechanical Refrigeration Services at Clearing Yard||120|
|National Service Order Tariff||35|
|Participating Carriers||PARTICIPATING CARRIERS|
|Reference to Tariffs, Items, Notes, Rules, etc.||15|
|Reissued matter in supplements, method of denoting||50|
|Scrap Automobile Bodies||85|
|Selective Rate Increase||9|
|Shipments requiring two or more cars||95|
|Terminal Privileges or Services||20|
|Terminal Switching Service Charges for||1001 -1009|
|Grain, multiple carloads||1106 - 1108|
|RULES AND OTHER GOVERNING PROVISIONS|
|GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS|
|5||DESCRIPTION OF GOVERNING CLASSIFICATION||The term "Uniform Classification" when used herein means UFC 6000 Series, issued by Uniform Classification Committee, Agent.|
|9||SELECTIVE RATE INCREASE||
(1) Charges published in this tariff have not increased unless otherwise indicated.
|10||EXPLOSIVES, TIH, DANGEROUS AND RADIOACTIVE ARTICLES||For rules and regulations governing the transportation of explosives, TIH, radioactive and other dangerous articles by freight, also specifications for shipping containers and restrictions governing the acceptance and transportation of explosives and other dangerous articles, see Freight Tariff BOE 6000 Series.|
|15||REFERENCE TO TARIFFS, ITEMS, NOTES, RULES, ETC.||When reference is made in this tariff to tariffs, items, notes, rules, etc., such references are continuous and include supplements to and successive issues of such tariffs and reissues of such items, notes, rules, etc.|
|20||TERMINAL PRIVILEGES OR SERVICES||
Shipments made under the charges contained in this tariff are entitled also to terminal services and privileges, and are subject to the charges, allowances, rules and regulations legally applicable thereto, as provided in separately published, lawfully filed tariffs.
When provisions of this tariff specifically provide any such charge, allowance, rule or regulation, corresponding or conflicting provisions in such separate tariffs will not apply.
|25||NON-APPLICATION OF TRANSIT||Transit will not be allowed in connection with charges in this tariff.|
|30||CAPACITIES AND DIMENSIONS OF CARS||For marked capacities, length, dimensions and cubic capacities of cars, see the Official Railway Equipment Register, RER 6411 Series, issued by the R.E.R. Publishing Corporation, Agent.|
|35||NATIONAL SERVICE ORDER TARIFF||This tariff, including supplements thereto, is subject to provisions of various Interstate Commerce Commission Service Orders and General Permits as shown in NSO 6100 Series.|
|40||DEFINITION OF CHICAGO SWITCHING DISTRICT||The term "Chicago Switching District " as used in this tariff shall incorporate the Chicago Switching District as defined in the former Western Trunk Lines freight tariff ICC WTL 8020 Series.|
|45||METHOD OF CANCELING ITEMS||As this tariff is supplemented, numbered items with letter suffixes cancel correspondingly numbered items in the original tariff or in a prior supplement. Letter suffixes will be used in alphabetical sequence starting with A. Example: Item 100-A cancels Item 100, and Item 200-B cancels Item 200-A in a prior supplement, which in turn canceled Item 200.|
|50||METHOD OF DENOTING REISSUED MATTER IN SUPPLEMENTS||Matter brought forward without change from one supplement to another will be designated as "Reissued" by a reference mark in the form of a square enclosing a number (or letter and number) being that of the supplement in which the reissued matter first appeared in its currently effective form. To determine its original effective date, consult the supplement in which the reissued matter first became effective.|
|55||DEMURRAGE PLAN AND PRICES||Shipments transported under this tariff are subject to demurrage charges published in BRC 6004 series, supplements thereto or successive issues thereof.|
|60||ARTICLES ON WHICH CHARGES APPLY||All commodities carload.|
|65||LIST OF INDUSTRIES||
1. For list of Industries located on the Belt Railway Company of Chicago, refer to Section Three of this tariff.
2. When changes occur in the corporations, firms or individuals using industry tracks,this issue will be corrected as soon as practicable, but until such correction is made the same charge will apply as for the industry previously using the same track. In case of location of a new industry, if switching service has been arranged for by the Belt Railway Company of Chicago and the cars are offered for movement before such industry is added to this tariff, the charge authorized from or to the Belt Railway Company of Chicago zone in which the new industry is located will apply.
|70||HANDLING OF LIVESTOCK||The Belt Railway Company of Chicago does not have facilities for feeding, watering or resting Livestock and will only accept shipments of Livestock when advance arrangements have been made through the Office of the General Manager Transportation.|
1. Trailers or containers on a flat car, TOFC or COFC, will be considered a loaded freight car for revenue billing purposes whether the trailer or container is loaded or empty.
2. When flat cars are coupled in an articulated fashion, each platform of the articulated equipment will be considered as a separate car for revenue billing purposes.
|80||APPLICATION OF CHARGES||
Section One charges apply on all traffic handled in terminal switching service between industries or team tracks located on The Belt Railway Company of Chicago and connecting lines, where the origin or destination is beyond the Chicago Switching District. (See Notes 1, 2 and 5).
Section Two charges apply on all traffic, loaded or empty, handled in intermediate service between connections. (See Notes 3, 4 and 5.)
Note 1.-Applies only on traffic where the thru rate makes provision for absorption, in whole or in part, of the terminal switching charges named herein. Any portion of these charges which are not absorbed will be in addition to the thru rate and accrue solely to the Belt Railway Company of Chicago.
Note 2.-Provisions of this tariff do not apply in connection with traffic moving on rates which do not provide for any absorption of the terminal switching charges named herein. In such instances, switching charges as provided in other tariffs lawfully on file with the STB will apply, and will be in addition to the thru rate.
Note 3.-Charges for intermediate service, on traffic originating beyond and destined beyond the Chicago Switching District, will be paid by the connecting line delivering the car to the Belt Railway Company of Chicago (for Perishable, See Section Two, Item 2005).
Note 4.-For traffic originating at or destined to points within the Chicago Switching District where the Belt Railway Company of Chicago is the intermediate carrier, the road haul carrier shall assume intermediate switching charge of the Belt Railway Company of Chicago for handling the loaded car and shall reimburse terminal carrier for switching charge paid to the Belt Railway Company of Chicago for handling the car when returned empty to the Belt Railway Company of Chicago by terminal carrier, if the car is actually returned by the Belt Railway Company of Chicago to delivering road haul carrier, delivered to owner railroad, or other railroad under proper authority.
Note 5.-The level of applicable charges will be that which is in effect on the date of interchange.
|85||SCRAP AUTOMOBILE BODIES||Rates provided for in this tariff will not apply on Scrap Automobile Bodies, crushed flat, loose or in bundles, loaded on flat cars.|
|90||HOT METAL OR LADLE CARS||Movements of hot metal or ladle cars over the Belt Railway Company of Chicago rails will be handled only when advance arrangements have been made through the General Manager Transportation.|
|95||SHIPMENTS REQUIRING TWO OR MORE CARS||Shipments requiring two or more cars for their transportation will be charged for at charges named for each car. (See Exception). EXCEPTION - idler cars, see Items 1004, 1005, 1006, and 2002.|
|100||CIRCUS TRAINS||Circus Trains moving over the Belt Railway Company of Chicago rails will be handled only when advance arrangements have been made through the General Manager Transportation.|
|105||CHARGES ON CARS RECEIVED WITHOUT NECESSARY FORWARDING DATA||
When a car, empty or loaded, is received from a connecting line without necessary data for forwarding (See Note 1), and must be classified to a hold track, a $130.00 penalty charge will be assessed against that delivering carrier (See Note 2). In addition, a $36.00 holding charge will be assessed against the delivering carrier for each day, or fraction thereof, the car, empty or loaded, is held from the first 12:01 AM following telephone or telegraphic notification until disposition is furnished by the delivering carrier.
Note 1: The character of the necessary data will be determined by the BRC in accordance with the conditions of its service.
Note 2: On a railroad owned car for which the Belt Railway Company of Chicago is responsible to car owner for car hire charges, an additional charge of $25.00 per day will be assessed against the delivering road for each day, or fraction thereof, the car is held from date of receipt to date disposition is received plus a maximum of two additional days, if required to deliver car to a road within the Chicago Switching District.
|110||CHARGES ON CARS HELD FOR TRANSFER OR ADJUSTMENT||When a car, empty or loaded, is received from a connecting line and is subsequently held for transfer or adjustment of lading, a switching charge of $130.00 per car will be assessed against the delivering carrier. On a railroad owned car for which the Belt Railway Company of Chicago is responsible for car hire charges, an additional charge of $25.00 per day will be assessed for each day, or fraction thereof, car is held from date of receipt to date transfer or adjustment is completed.|
|115||ITEMS AND/OR PROVISIONS NOT BROUGHT FORWARD||Items and/or provisions previously shown and not brought forward are canceled.|
|120||MECHANICAL REFRIGERATION SERVICES AT CLEARING YARD||
1. The BRC will perform an inbound inspection (See Note 1) at Clearing on all loaded mechanical refrigerator cars for account of the inbound carrier (See Note 2).
2. If the mechanical refrigeration inspection indicates that the unit is not operating properly, the car will be set out for refrigeration service, and a $218.00 switching charge will be assessed against the delivering carrier.
Subsequent refrigeration service charges, refueling expenses and/or charges for repairs are in addition.
|125||CHARGES ON CARS DELAYED AT CLEARING YARD DUE TO OUTBOUND CARRIER'S FAILURE TO HANDLE||
Cars loaded or empty moving outbound to any carrier, which have been pulled to departure tracks will be subject to the penalty charge described herein if cars remain on BRC in excess of 9 hours from the scheduled departure of the carrier's outbound train (see Note).
If cars remain on the BRC in excess of 9 hours from scheduled departure time due to the failure of the outbound carrier to handle from the BRC, cars in that outbound train will be subject to a charge of $182.00 per car. Thereafter, for every 12 hours which the same cars continue to remain on BRC, all cars in departure status and on classification tracks (with the same block codes) will be subject to additional charges of $182.00 per car.
NOTE: The scheduled departure will be published in General Manager Transportaion's notice entitled "Clearing Train Departure Schedule" in effect on the date of departure.
|130||CHARGES ON TRAINS IN THROUGH MOVEMENT DELAYED ON BRC DUE TO RECEIVING CARRIER'S FAILURE TO HANDLE||
When carriers use BRC trackage for through movement,with or without power, and two carriers are involved in the handling, trains will be considered on track for the receiving carrier when the delivering carrier terminates movement on BRC track. Delivering carrier is then obligated to notify receiving carrier of locale and time movement terminated. If the train remains on track in excess of 4 hours from delivery time due to the failure of the receiving carrier to handle from the BRC, the train will be interchanged to the BRC and the delivering carrier will be responsible for the applicable intermediate switch charge per car. Thereafter, if the train remains on track in excess of an additional 5 hours, the train will be subject to a charge of $182.00 per car to be assessed against the receiving carrier. Thereafter, for each hour, or fraction thereof, which the same train continues to remain on track, said train will be subject to additional charges of $32.00 per car to be assessed against the receiving carrier.
This charge is applicable and in addition to all contractual arrangements.
|135||PULLER SERVICE||With the concurrence of BRC General Manager Transportation, BRC will provide puller service as agent for the carrier requesting the service, and with full indemnification, at a charge of $52.00 per car, at a minimum charge of 60 cars per movement, where contractual arrangements and physical accessibility permit BRC crew handling.|
|140||CHARGE FOR AN AIR BRAKE TEST ON TRAINS IN THROUGH MOVEMENT||
When the BRC performs an air brake test per 49 CFR 232 on trains in through movement over BRC trackage, a charge of $630.00 will be assessed against receiving carrier.
This charge is applicable and in addition to all contractual arrangements.
|145||CHARGES ON DIMENSIONAL SHIPMENTS HELD FOR MEASUREMENT||
If a dimensional shipment, at the request of a carrier in the route, is set out and held on BRC for measurement, or remeasurement, a switching charge of $318.00 per car will be assessed against the carrier requesting the service.
Dimensional cars entrained and subsequently switched out due to nonacceptance by the receiving carrier will be assessed a switch charge of $318.00 per car against the receiving carrier.
On a railroad owned car for which the Belt Railway Company of Chicago is responsible for car hire charges, an additional charge of $25.00 per day will be assessed against the carrier requesting the service, for each day, or fraction thereof, the car is held for measurement and/or subsequent dimensional clearance.
1. DEFINITION - Rail Surveillance Service is defined as the observation and/or external inspection of one or more conveyances railcar(s), trailer(s), or container(s) within one hour after it has stopped at any location for any reason, and conducting re-inspections at least once an hour, to the extent practicable, when the conveyance is on the BRC.
2. CHARGE - The charge for Rail Surveillance Service will be $167.00 per car. The charge is in addition to the applicable freight rate/charge and is billable against the railroad delivering the car to the BRC.
|155||CHARGES ON EMPTY COAL TRAINS DELAYED ON THE BRC DUE TO OUTBOUND CARRIER'S FAILURE TO HANDLE||
Empty coal trains released from KCBX at South Chicago which have been reported to the outbound carrier as available for outbound movement will be subject to the penalty charge described herein if train remains on BRC in excess of 24 hours from notification.
If an empty coal train remains on the BRC in excess of 24 hours from notification of availability of outbound movement, cars in that outbound train will be subject to a charge of $28.00 per car. Thereafter, for 12 hours which the same cars continue to remain on the BRC, cars will be subject to additional charges of $28.00 per car.
NOTE: Notification of availability for outbound movement will be the time recorded by BRC MTO as the time he called the outbound carrier reporting the empty train's availability.
|160||LANDING FEE||If a train is interchanged directly between two carrriers whereby the train is temporarily yarded on BRC trackage for crew transfer, and there are no contracts or letter agreements to provide otherwise, a landing fee of $17.00 per car will apply in addition to trackage charges.|
|165||CHARGES ON BAD ORDERED CARS SETOUT OF DIRECT MOVE TRAINS||If a car is bad ordered enroute on BRC Trackage in connection with a Direct Move and it is necessary that it be set out, such bad ordered car will be repaired at the outlying location.
Car will thereafter be handled by BRC to Clearing to be classified in the connecting Carrier's outbound train. The connecting Carrier, at BRC's discretion, may be allowed to pick up a priority shipment, i.e.: autos, intermodal, etc., on line.
Car repairs will be billed in accordance with the Field and Office Manuals of the Interchange rules adopted by the Association of American Railroads, herinafter called "Interchange Rules", in effect at the date of performance of the repairs.
Delivering Carrier will compensate $161 per car handling, if necessary to spot the car for repair, and an additional $161 per car handling fee back to Clearing Yard, in addition to the applicable intermediate switch rate. In addition, Delivering Carrier will compensate BRC for any charges incurred in connection with repair including, but not exclusively limited to, mobile cranes, mechanical overtime incurred to repair the car, etc.
|170||CHARGES ON LOCOMOTIVES HELD FOR INSPECTION||When a locomotive (dead or under power) is received at Clearing Yard and it is subsequently held for inspection by the Receiving Carrier, a $391 switching charge will be assessed against the Receiving Carrier, in addition to the intermediate switch charge, to handle the locomotive to a holding track. In addition a $106 holding charge will be assessed against the Receiving Carrier for each day, or fraction thereof, the locomotive is held on the BRC pending authorization of release to an outbound train. Locomotive will be interchanged to the Receiving Carrier upon arrival at the Roundhouse, Departure Track or Staging Track. Locomotive entrained in other than the Locomotive Consist will remain in the account of the Delivering Carrier until placement at the Roundhouse, Departure Track or Staging Track. If repairs become necessary prior to moving the locomotive, the Receiving Carrier will be responsible to coordinate any repairs to the locomotive.|
|175||CHARGES ON CARS DELAYED AT SOUTH CHICAGO OR OTHER OUTLYING YARDS DUE TO RECEIVING CARRIER'S FAILURE TO HANDLE||Cars loaded or empty placed for interchange at South Chicago or other outlying yards will be subject to the penalty charge described herein if cars remain on BRC in excess of 24 hours from the scheduled departure time.
Said times and day of week operation to be agreed to by BRC and the respective carrier. Said cars will be subject to a charge of $182.00 per car for every 24 hour period until said cars are pulled by the receiving carrier.
|180||CHARGES ON PASSENGER CARS HELD FOR CLEARANCE OR INSPECTION||Passenger cars received at Clearing Yard and subsequently held for clearance or inspection by the receiving carrier will be assessed a $391.00 switching charge for the movement to and from the storage or staging track.
In addition, a $106.00 holding charge will be assessed to the receiving carrier for each day, or fraction thereof. The passenger car(s) will be interchanged to the receiving carrier once the car is moved from the inbound receiving track.
If repairs or inspections are necessary prior to the outbound movement, the receiving carrier will be responsible to coordinate the repairs or inspections.
|185||CHARGE FOR REPOSITIONING OUTBOUND LOCOMOTIVES||When orders are received from the outbound carrrier to rework a locomotive consist once set, a charge of $161 per locomotive unit will be assessed.|
||CONNECTING LINE FROM AND TO WHICH RATES APPLY ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED|| Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corporation
Canadian National Railway Company
Chicago Rail Link
Chicago, South Shore & South Bend
CP Rail System
CSX Transportation, Inc.
Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Company
Manufacturers' Junction Railway Company
Norfolk Southern Railway Company
South Chicago & Indiana Harbor RR
Union Pacific Railroad
Wisconsin Southern Railway Company
|Where through rates are authorized in tariffs of carriers party to this tariff, The Belt Railway Company of Chicago will charge the following for terminal service to or from industries and team tracks located on The Belt Railway Company of Chicago.|
LOADED FREIGHT CARS (Note: Charge also
includes the handling of the empty cars)
|1004||EMPTY FREIGHT CARS, including idler cars. (An idler car is an empty car, on which no part of a load rests, that is used in transporting freight of unusual length or excessive weight for the safe transportation or protection of lading).||Zone 1||$267.00|
ALL CLASSES OF RAILWAY EQUIPMENT
OTHER THAN FREIGHT EQUIPMENT, VIZ.
BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
Maintenance of Way Equipment
Rail Test Cars
Locomotives (dead or under Power), etc.
CHARGES PER CAR
GRAIN, VIZ: barley, corn, oats, soybean, wheat
and grain screenings, in multiple car deliveries
from the same carrier.
|1108||50 or more||$116.00|
|The Belt Railway Company of Chicago will charge the following for intermediate service via The Belt Railway Company of Chicago.|
CHARGES PER CAR
|ALL LOADED FREIGHT CARS EXCEPT AS SHOWN BELOW.||$160.00|
|2002||EMPTY FREIGHT CARS, INCLUDING IDLER CARS. (An idler car is an empty car, on which no part of a load rests, that is used in transporting freight of unusual length or excessive weight for the safe transportation or protection of lading.)||$160.00|
ALL CLASSES OF RAILWAY EQUIPMENT OTHER THAN FREIGHT EQUIPMENT, VIZ. BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
Maintenance of Way Equipment
Rail Test Cars
Locomotives (dead or under power) (See Note 1), etc.
NOTE 1: An additional charge of $1,313.00 will be assessed for each locomotive where BRC handling is required to/from a connection outside Clearing Yard.
|2004||DANGEROUS SHIPMENTS - Explosive Division 1.1 or 1.2, Radioactive, and TIH shipments as listed in Part 173 or Tariff ICC BOE 6000 Series.||$530.00|
1. Cars carrying dangerous goods/hazardous materials (or
cars containing residue of dangerous goods/hazardous
materials which are found to be leaking may be moved
to an isolation track for securement. The cost of
securement varies widely, depending on the work
involved. Securement fees will be assessed, and invoiced,
on a case by case basis.
2. In addition to flat charge under this Tariff item, Carrier will bill beneficial owner of leaking material in all instances for:
a. Carrier response costs and those of contractors.
b. Response costs of Agencies having jurisdiction if billed.
On a case by case basis, carrier will bill beneficial owner of leaking material for:
a. Interline revenue lost to Belt for traffic diverted away from Belt.
b. Additional per diem equipment rental for delay to traffic already in Belt accounts.
|$2101.00 for switching|
PERISHABLE FREIGHT - Moving under refrigeration, ventilation or car heater service (including handling of empty car.)
100% from delivering road.
|2006||DIMENSIONAL & DO NOT HUMP SHIPMENTS - Carloads exceeding height, width, or maximum gross weight restrictions as published in "Railway Line Clearances" publication, including any other traffic which requires a special clearance, movement with a Dimensional Movement File Clearance, or any car designated as a "Do Not Hump" car which must be manually handled or shoved over the hump.||$318.00|
RE-HUMPS - Notwithstanding the rate structure set forth in this Section 2, any intermediate switching move which requires more than one hump event to be subsequently interchanged to the destination carrier shall be assessed an additional charge per "re-hump" event.
This charge is applicable and in addition to all contractual arrangements, unless otherwise specified.
|Rates named in Section One of this tariff will apply to industries located on The Belt Railway Company of Chicago and categorized herein according to zones. (See Item 65 for changes.)|
ALPHA LIST Of INDUSTRIES
CHARTER STEEL PRODUCTS
1600 S. KOSTNER
3801 S. CICERO
4647 W. AUGUSTA BLVD.
UNILEVER BEST FOODS
2816 S. KILBOURN
ALPHA LIST Of INDUSTRIES
AFTON CHEMICALS INC.
7201 WEST 65TH ST.
AGRIUM USA INC.
13131 LAKE FRASER DR
CALGARY, AB CANADA
AGROW FRESH PRODUCE
4540 S. KOLMAR
6499 W. 66TH PL.
COLONIAL BRICK CO.
2222 S. HALSTED ST.
5043 W. 67TH STREET
DART CONTAINER CORP (SOLO CUP)
7575 SOUTH KOSTNER
GENERAL ELEC. APPL. SER. SHOP
6045 S. NOTTINGHAM
4099 W. 71ST STREET
5851 WEST 73RD ST.
505 SANSOME ST.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
HOIST LIFT TRUCK MFG.
6499 WEST 65TH ST.
HOME PRODUCTS INTL.
4501 WEST 47TH ST.
INDEPENDENCE TUBE CORP.
6226 WEST 74TH ST.
5300 WEST 73RD ST.
JERICH USA INC.
6558 WEST 73RD ST.
P.O. BOX 48
MIDWEST WHSE. & DIST. SYSTEM
6634 WEST 68TH STREET
7300 S. KEDZIE
1905 MARKETVIEW DR
6216 WEST 66TH STREET
6220 WEST 73RD STREET
OCCIDENTAL ELECTROCHEM CORP.
4201 WEST 69TH ST.
PCA CHICAGO CONTAINER
5445 WEST 73RD ST.
PCS SALES USA
122 1ST AVE SOUTH
SASKATOON, SK CANADA
PERKINS PRODUCTS INC.
7025 WEST 66TH ST.
7200 S. MASON
7207 S. MASON
6900 S. CENTRAL
6700 SOUTH OLD HARLEM
1417 EXCHANGE ST.
6660 SOUTH NASHVILLE
6616 S. LARAMIE
6540 S. LARAMIE
TOTAL PETROCHEMICALS USA
P.O. BOX 674411
TOOTSIE ROLL INDUSTRIES
7401 S. CICERO AVE.
7050 WEST 71ST ST.
U.S. BUREAU OF STANDARDS
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
W. R. GRACE CONST. PRODS.
6051 W. 65TH
6131 WEST 74TH STREET
ALPHA LIST Of INDUSTRIES
ELG METALS, INC.
103RD AND CALUMET
FIRST UNION RAIL
6250 RIVER ROAD
SKYWAY CEMENT CO. LLC
3020 EAST 103RD STREET
WABTEC (CARDWELL WESTINGHOUSE)
8400 SOUTH STEWART
|EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS|
|ASLG||American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association|
|BRC||Belt Railway Company of Chicago|
|BOE||Hazardous Materials Regulations of the Department of Transportation, Bureau of Explosives, Agent.|
|CFR||Code of Federal Regulations|
|ICC||Interstate Commerce Commission|
|NSO||National Service Order, Western Trunk Line Committee, Agent.|
|RER||Official Railway Equipment Register|
|TIH||Toxic Inhalation Hazard|
|UFC||Uniform Freight Classification, Uniform Classification Committee, Agent.|
|WTL||Western Trunk Lines|
|ABBREVIATION||NAME OF CARRIER|
|BNSF||Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corporation|
|CN||Canadian National Railway Company|
|CPRS||CP Rail System|
|CRL||Chicago Rail Link|
|CSS||Chicago SouthShore & South Bend Railroad|
|CSXT||CSX Transportation, Inc|
|IHB||Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Company|
|MJ||Manufacturers' Junction Railway Company|
|NS||Norfolk and Southern Railway Company|
|SCIH||South Chicago & Indiana Harbor RR|
|UP||Union Pacific Railroad|
|WSOR||Wisconsin Southern Railroad Company|
|EXPLANATION OF REFERENCE MARKS|
|♦.........................................................Denotes increase in charges or a change from a previous tariff.|