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route of said proposed variations and changes prayed for, indicated by the accompanying map and profile, we, the said Board do hereby approve same, and order that said location be made as follows:

Change of location at westero terminus, in the town of Dexter. Starting from a point on the Dexter & Newport Railroad, 275 feet north of stake “0” of the old location, and running thence by a 3o curve to the left 1033 feet to a sta. 10x33; thence by tangent N. 16° W. 267 feet to sta. 13; thence by a 2o curve to the right 1000 feet to sta. 23; thence by tangent N. 4° E. 1098 feet to sta. 33x98; thence by a 2o curve to the right 975 feet to a point on the old location designated by sta. 43x78. This proposed location is commonly known as line No. 2 and is distant from line No. 1 at sta. 23, 420 feet, which is the greatest departure between the two locations. Length of proposed change 4378 feet.

Change of location at Lily pond, so called, in the town of Dexter just north of Dexter village.

Leaving the old location at a point near the first crossing of the Dover road, designated by station 214x32 of the proposed location and running thence by a 1o curve to the left 500 feet to sta. 219x32; thence by tangent N. 65° 30' E. 168 feet to sta. 221; thence by 4o curve to the left 1400 feet; thence by tangent N. 9° 30' E. 1666 feet to sta. 250x85; thence by a 5o curve to the right 615 feet to sta. 257; thence by tangent N. 41° E. 700 feet to sta. 264; thence by a 5o curve to the left 500 feet to sta. 269; thence by tangent N. 16° E. 800 feet to sta. 277; thence by a 30 curve to the right 1300 feet to sta. 290; thence by tangent N. 55° E. 2500 feet to sta. 315; thence by a 3o curve to the left 700 feet to sta. 322; thence by tangent N. 34° E. 2510 feet to sta. 347x10; thence by a 3o curve to the

; right 1200 feet to sta. 359; thence by tangent N. 70° E. 1029 feet to sta. 369x29; thence by a 3o curve to the right 733 feet to sta. 376x62; thence by tangent S. 88° E. 616 feet, crossing Main stream, so called, to sta. 382x78; thence by 4o curve to the left of 591 feet to sta. 388x69 or to a point on the old location near Silver's Mill road in the town of Dexter. The greatest departure from the old location is at station 285, the distance between the two locations at that point being 3200 feet. Length of proposed change, 17,437 feet.

Change of location at Hine's Brook, in town of Sangerville, near eastern terminus.

Leaving the old location at a point south of the Borrough road, so called, and designated by sta. 677x48, of the present location and running thence by a 5o curve to the left 1610 feet; thence by a tangent N. 66° 30' W. 296 feet; thence by a 5o curve to the right 1060 feet, or to sta. 707x14; thence by tangent N. 13° 30' W. 1050 feet to sta. 717x64; thence by a 3o curve to the left 766 feet to sta. 725x30; thence by tangent N. 36° 30' W. 470 feet to sta. 730; thence by a 5o curve to the right 1500 feet to sta. 745; thence by tangent N. 39o E. joining the old location at a point designated by sta. 751x50. The greatest departure from the old location is at station 730, the distance between the two locations at that point being 540 feet. Length of proposed change 7402 feet.

By the Board.

E. C. FARRINGTON, Clerk.

Decision of Board, on petition of the Dexter & Piscataquis

Railroad Company, to determine the manner and conditions of crossing certain highways. Decision April 12 1889.

STATE OF MAINE. We, the undersigned Railroad Commissioners of the State of Maine, hereby certify, that in accordance with the foregoing application, upon which notice had been given as ordered, we met at the time and place designated in said order of notice, and then and there adjourned until Wednesday the third day of April A. D. 1889, to meet at Good Templar's hall in Dexter, in the county of Penobscot, at nine o'clock in the forenoon, at which time and place, we gave a hearing to all parties and persons who appeared and desired to be heard relative to the several crossings mentioned in said application, and having beard and considered all the evidence and arguments of counsel relative to same, and examined the location of each and all of them, do hereby determine that the manner and conditions of the crossing of said railroad over said streets and ways shall be as follows:

1. The “Dawes road," so called, shall be crossed by said railroad exactly at grade with said road or way, as it is now constructed, when said railroad is at full grade.

2. The “Sangerville road,” so called, shall be crossed at grade, after said railroad company shall have excavated or lowered said road or way below the present grade, one foot and three inches, and permission is hereby granted to do same.

3. The “Guilford road,” so called, shall be crossed at grade ; but said railroad company is hereby permitted to raise the grade of said road one foot and seven inches above the present grade.

4. The “Burrongh road," so called, shall be crossed at grade, after the present grade of said road has been lowered at place of crossing two feet and six inches, and permission is hereby granted to do the same.

5. The McAlister road,” so called, shall be crossed at the present grade of said rond, when said railroad shall be at full grade.

6. The “Starbard road,” so called, shall be crossed at grade, after said roud has been raised at the point of crossing, six inches, and permission is hereby granted to do the same.

7. The Town Line road," so called, shall be crossed exactly at the present grade of said road, when said railroad shall be at full grade.

8. The “East Sangerville road,” so called, shall be crossed As is provided for No. 7.

9. "The Gilman Corner road,” so called, shall be crossed as is provided for No. 7.

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10. The Silver's Mill road,” so called, shall be crossed at grade, after said road shall have been raised at point of crossing one foot and nine inches above the present grade, and permission is hereby granted to raise same as above provided.

11. The “Avenue road," so called, shall be crossed at grade, after said road shall have been raised above its present grade six feet at point of crossing, and permission is hereby granted to fill in and raise same as above provided.

12. The “Dover road” in Dexter village, shall be crossed at grade after said road shall have been raised at each of the two points where said railroad shall cross, six incbes above the present grade of said road or street, and permission is hereby granted to raise same as above provided.

13. “Grove street,” so called, shall be crossed at grade and as near at right angles with said street as said crossing can reasonably be made. To facilitate said crossing, said street may be raised at point of crossing nine inches above the present grade.

14. The “Ripley road,” so called, alias “Dustin street, in Dexter, shall be crossed at grade, after said street or road sball have been excavated or lowered, at point of crossing, two feet below the present grade, and permission is hereby granted to excavate as above provided.

15. "School street" in Dexter, shall be crossed at grade, after said street shall have been lowered six inches below present grade at point of crossing, and permission is hereby granted to lower the same as above provided.

16. Lincoln street in Dexter shall be crossed by a bridge over said street. Said bridge shall be constructed so as to leave a space of, at least, twelve feet between the present grade of said street and the stringers or girders of said bridge and the width of roadway between the abutments shall be, at least twenty-two feet.

“Main street,” in Dexter, shall be crossed at grade, after the present grade of said street, at point of crossing, has been lowered six inches. Permission is hereby granted to lower the grade as above provided.

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18. “Liberty street," in Dexter, shall be crossed at grade. No change to be made in the grade of said street.

19. “Shaw street," in Dexter, shall be crossed at grade after said street at point of crossing, shall have been raised six feet above the present grade. Permission is hereby granted to raise said street as above provided.

20. The “Newport road,” so called, in Dexter, shall be crossed by a bridge over said road or street. Said bridge shall be constructed so as to leave a space of at least twelve feet between the present grade of said street and the string

or floor timbers of said bridge. And the roadway between the abutments of said bridge, shall be at least twenty-five feet.

We hereby further determine and order that the surface of the approaches on either side of said railroad track where each of the several grade crossings above mentioned are permitted, shall be made as wide as said streets and ways are now constructed, and not to be steeper than one foot in twenty, except in places where the natural slopes are such as to prevent them being so constructed. All of said crossings shall be constructed and maintained within the limits of said railroad location, by said railroad company, so that the same shall be safe and convenient for travelers op said streets and ways with horses, teams and carriages, and shall also make suitable provisions for the passage of surface drainage water.

Signed by the Board.

E. C. FARRINGTON, Clerk.

Decision of the Board, on petition of the Lime Rock Rail

road Company, to determine the manner and conditions of crossing certain highways. Decision June 14 1889.

STATE OF MAINE. To the Supreme Judicial Court, next to be held at Rockland, within and for the county of Knox, on the third Tuesday of September, A. D. 1889.

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