Waterford Harbour Commissioners and Others v Great Southern Railways Company

 
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[S. C., I.F.S.],
Waterford Harbour Commissioners and Others
and
Great Southern Railways Co

- Double line altered to single line - Alteration objected to by Harbour Board of port served by railway - Port alleged to be placed at "undue disadvantage" compared with other port - Application for relief to Railway Tribunal - Jurisdiction of Railway Tribunal to hear application -Obligations imposed on amalgamated railway company - All reasonable railway facilities to be given to induce traffic to pass to port - "By their rates, fares, or otherwise" - Doctrine ofejusdem generis - Railway and Canal Traffic Act, 1854 (17 18 Vict., c. 31), s. 2 - Railway and Canal Traffic Act, 1888 (51 52 Vict., c.25), s. 30 - 63 64...

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