Rogers v Great Southern Railways

Judgment Date01 January 1940
Date01 January 1940
CourtCircuit Court
(Cir. Ct.),
Great Southern Railways

- Level crossing - Public carriage road on a level - Obligations on company - To maintain good and sufficient gates - To employ proper persons to open and shut gates - To maintain lodges - Railway Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845 (8 9 Vict., c. 20), s. 47 - Railway Clauses Act, 1863 (26 27 Vict., c. 92), s. 6.

A road—fairly wide and a cul-de-sac—branching from a county road and leading to a certain townland, sub-divided after crossing a railway to serve three separate houses and holdings in that townland. It served also for access to lands on the opposite side of the railway owned by at least one person who lived on the near side of the railway. It was used by persons outside the locality for business...

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