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The Churnet Valley Light Railway Order 1996

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. 3.Incorporation and application of enactments

  5. 4.Power for the Company to construct and maintain railway

  6. 5.Power to deviate

  7. 6.Transfer of railway and rights, etc. from Board to Company

  8. 7.Gauge of railway and motive power

  9. 8.As to crossing of a road, access ways and footpaths on the level

  10. 9.As to crossing of certain access ways and footpaths

  11. 10.As to crossing at Basford Bridge Lane

  12. 11.Restriction as to working of Company’s railway

  13. 12.For the protection of public gas transporters

  14. 13.For the protection of the Environment Agency

  15. 14.For the protection of sewerage and water undertakers

  16. 15.Arbitration

  17. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Works referred to in Article 4 In the District of Staffordshire Moorlands in the County of Staffordshire

      1. Work No. 1

      2. Work No. 2

      3. Work No. 3

      4. Work No. 4

      5. Work No. 5

      6. Work No. 6

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Level Crossings referred to in Article 8

      1. 1.The private vehicular crossing in the parish of Leek between...

      2. 2.The road known as Basford Bridge Lane in the parish...

      3. 3.The private vehicular crossing in the parish of Cheddleton between...

      4. 4.The private vehicular crossing in the parish of Cheddleton from...

      5. 5.The private vehicular crossing in the parish of Cheddleton from...

      6. 6.The private vehicular crossing in the parish of Ipstones between...

      7. 7.The private vehicular crossing in the parish of Ipstones between...

      8. 8.The private vehicular crossing in the parish of Ipstones from...

      9. 9.The footpath numbered 11 on the definitive map and the...

      10. 10.The footpath numbered 10 on the definitive map from Kingsley...

      11. 11.The private pedestrian crossing from Booth’s Wood to Hazles Wood...

      12. 12.The private vehicular crossing in the parish of Kingsley serving...

      13. 13.The new private pedestrian crossing in the parish of Kingsley...

      14. 14.The footpath numbered 43 on the definitive map from Ochre...

      15. 15.The private vehicular crossing between two fields in the parish...

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      Level Crossing of Unclassified Road at Basford Bridge Lane

      1. PART I Particulars of the Gates and Other Protective Equipment

        1. 1.Two gates shall be pivoted on the road, on each...

        2. 2.The uppermost surface of the gates shall not be less...

        3. 3.When closed to road vehicles the gates shall extend across...

        4. 4.When open to road vehicles each gate shall be parallel...

        5. 5.Each gate shall be provided with a suitable mechanism to...

        6. 6.The gates shall be painted all over in white and...

        7. 7.Provision shall be made for a lamp to be mounted...

        8. 8.A stop board of standard railway design displaying the words...

        9. 9.A distant signal of standard railway design shall be provided...

        10. 10.In this Part— “Class I retroreflecting material” is material which...

      2. PART II Conditions and Requirements to be observed by the Operator

        1. 11.The surface of the carriageway over the crossing shall be...

        2. 12.The gates shall be kept constantly in the position mentioned...

        3. 13.A driver shall bring his train to a halt at...

        4. 14.The lamps referred to in paragraph 7 above shall be...

        5. 15.The operator shall give notice in writing to the Secretary...

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