, ,

Denver &lUo Grande Western,

, Railroad ,campaay

SYSTEM

c i!';:

·'lIME ... T!BLE

, ",' ';.

No.

EFFEen\fB AT 13:01 A.M.

MOUNfAIN·tIME "

Vi, D.Lucore R. L, Jackson c 1.M.Mayer

J. H,t'i{llrtdn P.T. Beal

It J. DaVis

D. B. F'lltGlh1ilfi

I),A. .

AG ..

S.D. Smith 0 A.R. Tucker it E • .Dt\wll1lg AL.'Bvans RJ. TackWiell 1.E. Marzano .p.E. Campbell H.D.UibbS

1. W. HlUVe),

J •. K. !:ll,lward M. G. Ledtiafd E; H. TwehoUi;

W. D. LIl¢ol'e T. R'{.ewjS i.e. AnaerSQIl ltN;Hya:tt

M. s, Leatherbury .M.A. Paras

~~~, 1i1urta:y

:O;G s, Le~

J.J. Vess

N,C. -&It

u'A.

1.1.. HoweI'

P. t. <lhll!i.\lsciil ~. W •. Jilnseti W,J. Wells

AS$t.Spjl!~tjntt\nderit •.... ' .._ .. , ~tililt. .of Sl\fety, Rul~, &; Tt~iiJili# Division Tr-ainmastei'

DiVi$i® Trainmaster

Asst; ;Ttaifim~llter

Trainmaster '

Trainmaster

Trammaster

TraL'l'Ihastet- Roljdmllstel' TraWl:tastef'

Asst. Traimnlillter Tennlnalrrlli-ntrOa~tet

AsstTrainm.astet ;s

Asst. Ttainmtister AssLTtaiilnulStet. . .'

Road Foreman of §qtliptnen~ }toad Fpteman(jfJ\q;l1iilmei\t R.oafil Foreman,pr Equip1fi~t Road Fptemai:nof Eqllipme~t Road.FOn;P'!at! f}f ~qt1!P~ Roa<i For~maJi,:of l'ilqulppwnt

l;Jt.t\IJJj'(V~~I~N

Orand Jet. Denver Deliver Pu~blo Pue,bltl Klinsas City Grand J ct, PliiWSblltg Alamcrsa Oeiiv~r' , PUeblo Deliver D@fiVef lJenWit Del:lVef' Denv-ef ~ebl0 Mintui'n Denvi)r Pu~lo. GraudJI>t,

~t.Sup&ttnt¢nd~l!>i ". .. .,. ~'upt; of Safety, Rules &/fritirtlfi!g Tralltmastet· ,

Train,master '

Trainmaster

Ttaillmastet

Termirial Ttaii:tJ;I'\flstilr Asst. Trainmast~r As§t. Trainmaster firmj!!a:ll'tain~l!$tet As~rrammaster Asst. Trainmaster

J{oa(i ~oi'em~l Q( :Btju/pm,eXlt ~oad Foreman of E9Iti~.in(j.nt Road F 6teman of J5quipihetif

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0.6

20

118.2

116.8

118.5

signals display other than Denver and be governed Within interlcckinq in effect.

NOTE: For movements joint line tirnetcbte.

and Orag""" be governed by A.Sf - D&RGW

119.,1

1185

11

2.0

4TH AVENUE YARD. 0.4

>- BURNHAM

1.4

llTH STREET 0.0

DENVER UD.

8000

0.6

D&RGW Rules of the Operating Department govern train, yard or other locomotive movements from Bragdon to and including Pueblo.

Northward trains originating Pueblo must secure numbered AT&SF Clearance and secure authority per D&RGW operating Rule 83-A

Northward trains originating Pueblo must obtain permission to depart from Pueblo Tower Yardmaster.

Train, yard and other locomotive movements to or from east end Pueblo Union Depot and to or Irom "C" StreellndustriolAreo, MP 118.9, must obtain permission from AT&SF lrain dispatcher prior to lining switch orfouling A T&SF main track between east end Pueblo Union Depot and railroad crossing at grade MP 1 18. 9. When movement is completed and in dear of AT&Sf main track, employes must report in cleor to AT&SF train dispatcher.

Telephones are located north side AT&SF main track railroad crossing at grade MP 118.9 and at "C" Street crossover entering Pueblo Union Depot.

NOn: Far movements betwe e " Bragdon and Soulh Denver be governed b)l AT&SF - D&RGW ioint line rimetoble.

30 20 30 35 I

12 20

~'l '~1 "
.o
'" 0 0 " " .~
°3 . o: 0..0
U)~ rv "'1' Z
@ (') '" ~ c
B :;;: c: 0
OW 2
N N -0
MPH MPH ii; 30
30 30 7600
30 30 8050
JY 30 30 Ycrd
30 25 7850 Cl w

t:' SWISSVALE

~ SAlrD~

z 7.1

2010 ~ BROWN CANON. 10]

20! 6 NATHROP

11.8

2026 AMERICUS

7.4

2032 PRINCETON.

11.5

2040 KOBE

7.4 MALTA 9.3

WY

PANDO 7.7 BELDEN

5.B

2250 ~ MINTURN

------

(181.9)

MPH

with operative Dynamic Brake.

25

"Bulk" Trains Over crossover switch

302.0

1 20

End of Two Main Tracks All other turnout

60 5

Buena MP 120.6 Wheel Checker, westward

40

Yard Tracks

6

10

30 6150
30 3900 ....
5050 .
S 1445
30
372.7 30
379.5 u 30 30 5800
i.!:
386.6 2528 4 30 30 6150
ts:
70 390.1 2532 ,.. 30 30 7000
0
399.1 2538 ~ DOS 30 30 5850
-' 4.9
404.0 2540 ~ GRAND VAllEY 30 30 5200
Z
bY
U 30 30 6150
30 30 4725
30 30 6250 ..
30 30 4650
30 30 4350
30 30 12200 ..
30 30 5200 ........
30
BK Yard
BJK Yard 51250 Exceptions:

MI' 448.8 Wheel Turnout

Dotsero, Junction Alien, End of 2 Main Tracks Glenwood, Crossover

25

341.9

30

Exceptions:

Zone

CV Spur

Glen - End of Two Main Tracks All Other Turnout

City Ordinances:

Price

Grand Junction

.AMTRAI<

5800

7600

6900

561.5

6000

567.6

613.0

619.1

622.1

625.3

625.6

(176.4)

MPH

25 30

40 25

o

DIVISION Subdivision!

D&RGW Rules of the Operating Deportment govern train and locomotive movements from 'Bridge Junction to Ogden.

A train must not enter Union Pacific Centralized Traffic Control without a clearance,

unless authorized by, {1 ) Train Order

(2) Verbal instructions from Train Dispatcher; or p) Special instructions or general order.

D&RGW trains arriving Bridge Junction - Ogden must contact UP 30th Street Tower for instructions to enter yard,

NOTE: D&RGW crews will be governed by Union Pacific General Code of Operating Rules while working in UP Ierritory except when D&RGW Time-Table rule is more restrictive.

Exceptions, Ordinonces,

Lake City, 9th South - 5th North

25

MPH

MPH

7704

771.3

779.3

781 i

9824

( D&RGW,UP HO SALT LAKE XOVER

9847

3.3

I... WO~~)5S CROSS

CLEARFiElD 09

UP SYRACUSE XING

c @

:s 'E 8,0

zS{

l TRAHSFER 09

_ OGDEN

9848

9856

9886

(3 i.4)

30 30

12

12

12

12

7000

7900

Ynrd

Exceptions:

UP Syracuse Xing, MP 771,3 is perrocnentlv lined for UPRR

UP Sugar Works Xing MP 779.3 is permanently lined for UPRR

NOTL Suoenntendent may authorize movement on Main Track between MP 755,15 and

Ogden. train movements will be governed by Operating Rule 400 (TWC).

'"I -D 1 m
..D
~ a!-g F
ru 0 Z
c5r ~ '. m a-~
" ru :E ru "
c, c D
0> OW ?
'" N PARK
5]
SIDNEY
7.2
STEAMBOAI
8.9
ADAMS
I 1.2
MILNER
4.8
40 BEAR RIVER ..
~ 2.0
HARRIS
3.0
I DAWSON
2.9
213.9 H. G. SPUR
1.2
50 215.1 HAYDEN
j 6.9
222.0 0222 DORSEY
9.0
231.0 0231 EVANS
0.7
231.7 0232 CRAIG (YL)
p02.9) Siding (3- of
other turn-
out speeds in feet

Siding Other
Yord
20 5100
20 7400
30 5160
Yord
Yard
2300
1900
30
30 3600
30 8480
4100
3500
1900
30 7400
Ynrd
3400
30 30 7000
30 30 8450
BWY Yard
MPH
20
10
25
3
10
20
40
20
15
20
10 Exceptions:

Zone Speeds.

Energy Spur, MP 200 Colute Spur, MP 209.9 Axial Spur, MP 230

Weigh in motion scale/ MP 13 Energy Spur: Weighing Passing over

T umour Speeds

Bond Jet. switch MP 128.8

Phippsburg long leod Switch MP 165.0 Adams Jet. switch, MP 200.0

AI! other turnout speeds

East Evans, Switches between MP 230.1 and MP 230.3 Yard Tracks Phippsburg

Axial Spur.

Movement governed by !We

g~ j -6. 1
W 0 ce ~~
~~ {fl }.
~~ -~ ill u,
C 0
05> ::c o eLI
N N
MPH MPH
2710
273_3 i
15 15
274_3
275_9 COLORADO DIVISION Leadville Branch Subdivision 3-A

w

Sw Sw

Turnout Speeds

Yard

MPH

Yard

Yard

400

2106

z

Turnout
COLORADO DIVISION Speed,
Branch
4-11 MPH
Station~ E W.
s-, Sw<
T''"WOO' JWY Yard
- 27
SNOWMASS Yard
10_1
CARBONDALE _ 15 Yard
2_0
MID-CONTINENT 15 15 Yard
10_1
15 1'5 500
15 15 1000
15 15 Yord
(32.8) 2290

2416

2416

Stations

2104

(MALTA

2.3

_ EILERS

:= 1.0 -lAS&R SPUR

1.6 LEADVILLE

All turnout speeds

MPH 10

" I u 1
~ 0 1,;-0
f • c
Jr~ J}- £
ru 0 0 Q; t;
65 i c 0
OW
N N
MPH MPH
360.1 1
362_0
370_0
371.0
373_0
20 375_0 20
I 385.1
1 387_4
392_9
Exceptions: 2100

JY

2120

2432

2436

2437

MPH

10 2

3 5 10 10 I

15

o J)

E

Z

Turnout Speeds

Yard

15 15 1500
15 15 1700
SIERRA 15 15 3400
13.6
FT. GARlAI~D 15 2200
4.2
15 Yard
.BJKWY Yard MPH

E. W

Sw. Sw.

Yard

Exceptions:

All other turnout speeds

Sidings .

MPH 10 o

• for movement between Southern Jet. and Walsenburg be governed by BN Fort Worth Division Time-table and BN General Code of Operating Rules

other turnout speeds Sidings

City Ordinunces.

La Jorc

Antonito, MP 279.7-280.6

MPH 10 10

15 12

12.5

Yard

-o "0 j -o 0 Turnout
D UTAH
" " 0""'0 § Speeds
w o rE a-.~ Montrose Bronch
v'} 1: z
w:£ m (;) ,,' c; Subdivision 16 MPH
63 i c 0 0
OW
'" N .o Stations
~
MPH MPH 15

1100

15

2100

15

15 Yard

15

]5 7206

BRIDGEPORT 14.1

15 4000

GRAND JC r. !Yl)

Bj·KY

other turnout speeds Sidings

City Ordinance ~ Montrose. Grand Junction.

MPH 10 10 15 25

t UTAH DIVISION Turnout
~ £ E North fork Branch Speeds of
Z
~ c MPH in feet
.~
Stations E. W
Sw. Sw. Siding Other
r OLIVER 10 10 4300
0.8
ARCO 10 10 Yard
13
SOMERSET 10 10 2900
4.3
TERROR CREEK 15 15 2950
3.9
CONVERSE 15 15 6500
1.2
15 1900
HOTCHKISS 15 15 1000
5.3
15 15 7100
15 Yord
MPH
10
10 MPH

Turnout Speeds

MPH

E. W.

Sw. Sw.

I V

9104 ! COlUMBIA JeT

II -l 8.2

9101 BANNING

5.0

19016 ~ C MOUNDS

--L~--'-..-~~~~~~~~-'----'-~-'--._ .. __

Yard

Capacity of tracks

in feet

15.0

Yard

15

20

6,0 5.0 i.a

0.0

20

Exceptions"

Turnout Speeds:

Mounds, Jet. Switch subdivision 5-A ft,!! other turnout speeds

1

UTAH DIVISION Cane Creek Branch subdivision 5·B

Stations

Exceptions-

AU turnout speeds Sidings

15

Turnout Speeds

MPH

E. W.

s-, Sw.

UTAH DIVISION pleasant Valley Brcnch

Iurnout Speeds

15

6200

MPH

?O 15

500

Copocity o! tracks-

in feel

Yord

b,APH 15 15

r Of

in feet

Yard

2800

19
-g'2 1 -u 1 ill UTAH DIVISION Turnout ~ ill
E~ ill" -0 Speeds o ill
" 0 07::: ill L ~
,,-0 Iintic Branch "'~
J!-~ J=fi> of> ~ Z "-s.:.::
" c ill '" Subdivision 6-E MPH
ill ill ~.;:: C 0 o r»
:55: iJt- o~ "-c
N N 0 Stations E. W. 3]
MPH MPH Vi Sw, Sw.
( BURGIN 15 15 900
4.9
PEARL 15 15 400
2.4
ELBERTA 1000
7.8
600
KEIGLEY
9418 PAYSON. 15 15 1400
5.7
5.1 9409 S.F. SUGAR FACTORY 15 15 4600
:W 20 1.3
I 3.8 9408 SPANISH fORK 15 15 1100
1.2
2.6 9405 KIRBY 15 1000
2.6
0.0 9302 15 15 Yard
Exceptions: MPH
All other turnout speeds 10
Sidings ]0
5~ -0 I ill UTAH DIVISION Turnout
" 1 se -0 Speeds ~ ill
E ° ill
ill 0 ji ,,-0 Z Bingham Branch ",'~
a-~ '" ~ := c
ill ill ill 0; c Subdivision 6-J MPH ~ en
~5 c 0 ,,-c
OW Q
N 0 Stations E. W. 3]
MPH MPH Vi Sw. Sw.
11.9 9630 LEAD MINE 15 Yard
2.4
9.5 9626 PROLER STEEL 15 Yard
2.8
6.7 9627 BAGLEY 15 Yard
0.1
6.6 9625 INTERSTATE BRICK . 15 1200
1.5
15 5.1 20 9624 WELBY .JY 15 15 Yard
0.8
4.3 9623 -' BALKAMP. 15 400
z, 0.6
3.7 9621 PLASTRONICS 15 400
0.2
3.5 9620 ROME CABLE 15 1000
1.5
2.0 9622 WEST JORDAN 15 15 1100
0.5
1.5 9616 DAVIDSON LUMBER 15 300
0.8
0.7 9332 U.S. SMELTER 15 2200
0.7
0.0 9332 <; MIDVALE JWY 15 15 Yard
Exceptions: MPH
Zone Speed,
Highway Crossing ot MP 9.03 near Proler 10
All other turnout speeds 15
Sidings 15 m
-D
E
Z
c
.2
]
9676
144
112
20
III t
I 9674
9624 Exceptions:

Zone

Spur.

An turnout speeds Sidings

r MAGNl\

3.5

BONNE SPUR 3.2 BACCHUS SPUR

200

Yard

0.1 KEARHS 04

EAST MAGNA SPUR 5.6

<, WELBY

900

400

Yard

JY

MPH

20 15 15

Sub Divn. l-A

Eagle Cypsurn

3

Industry Tracks: ..

Runaround

C.V. Spur: (Wye) Acco

6

Eastward Narrows. Eastward Westward track

Eastward Track

Provo Provo Jet.

Geneva UPRR Connection Geneva Westward Track Pipe Mill

Fry .... Layton

Location where trains or locomotives must not clear

track. Operating Rule 563.)

main

I-A

Tracks

Spur Stock

1-B

Stock spur Lumber spur Load track Load track Industry spur Elevator track House

4 6

Canon MP 160.2 Short Lumber track

Pleasanton, MP 195.4 Load track

Wellsville, MP 208.8 Spur

Malta, hlP 270.9 Spur

Allen, MP 347.5 '~'--'--'_'_','.:.,:.,' -,-_._ .. _._+--S",-p_u_r ._

Helper, eastward track, MP 626.3 . . House track

Kyune, westward track, MP 639.7. Spur

Narrows, westward track, MP 672.7 . Spur

Forest Products, eastward track,

MP 737.8 .

3

Titan Steel, eastward track,

MP 738.9 Spur

Fireclay, westward track, MP 739.1 . Spur

P K Wholesale, eastward track,

MP 740.5 __ ._. _. '--+--" __ ~ __ ,,

Spur

7 General Distributing, MP 746.2 ...

7-A MP 752.0 ,._. _. -'---"--. _

Railroad crossings at derails:

and

lL"H.U'-'."'-".HJLU CROSSINGS AT AND OTHER SIGNALS

ere

track
l-A 0.7 DRGW-BN
Main Tracks
structions.
ating Rule 667,
Structions posted on re-
lease mechanism.
3.2 Denver BN-Belt Line. C'I'Cand Manual Intcrlock-
DRGWMain ing Controlled by D&RG W
Track - Belt train dispatcher. Each road
Line governed by its own rules
and special instructions.
D&RGW Operating rules
509-A, 605 thru 673 apply.
3 119.6 Pueblo D&RGWYard Manual Interlock ing Con-
track and trolled by AT&SF train dis-
patcher. Each railroad
house lead governed by its' own rules
& AT&SF and special instructions.
D&RGW Operating Rules
crossings. 605 thru 673 apply.
6 744.2 9th South D&RGW run- Automatic Interlocking.
Salt Lake ning tracks Each road governed by its
City and UP main own rules and special in-
track. structions. D&RGW Oper-
ating Rule 667.
D&RGW main To receive Signal for re-
tack & UP verse movement over cross-
main track. jng after having cleared
the home signal limits,
depress pushbutton in box
on home signal and hold
for 5 seconds, then release.
7 745.5 Grant D&RGW main Manual Interlocking con-
Tower track & UP trolled by D&RGW Dis-
switch trade patcher. Each road gov-
D&RGW erned by its own rules and
running tracks special instructions.
D&RG W Operating rules
& UP main 605 thru 673 apply.
track. 7

7

750.3 North Salt Lake

train Normal

nosj riori and

~als against UP. Each

governed its own rules

and

771.

not service. Switches lined and locked for UPRR.

7 779.

service. Switches lined and locked for UPRR.

Summit

West Summit Detour Narrows

Rio

Castilla

Dual Controlled Dual Controlled Dual Controlled Dual Controlled Dual Controlled Dual Controlled JO Hand Throw 15 Dual Controlled 30 Hand Throw 15 Dual Controlled 30 Dual Controlled 30 Dual Controlled 30 Dual Controlled 50 Dual Controlled 30 Dual Controlled 30

Hand Throw 15

Hand Throw 15

Dual Controlled 30 Dual Controlled 30 Dual Controlled 30

Hand Throw 15

Hand Throw 15

Hand Throw 15

Hand 15

Hand Throw 5

Hand Throw 15

Locations of permanent derails on main track

Sub

281.5 351.5

ADJUSTED TONNAGE RATINGS

FilIIi'll

Sunny.'iide

20GO

Steamboat

2150

1400

Glenwood Bond 1650 1750 2450 3300 3

-----I-----+--- .. --ji-- .. --I---+----r.--~·

Glenwood Mid Cant. 1950 2050 2900 4050 2

--;------+------~-----

Mid Cant Woody Creek. 950 1000 1400

1950

3

lobemcsh .

3

Eost Portcl . . 1025 1125 1600 2100

---+------~----;-~---+------~-----

Winter Pork. 1075 1175 1675 2250

-------+----~~----;------+------~-----

Bond. Tabernash 2000 2100 2975 4050

Denver

6

Bond Toponas 1050 1125 1575 2500

Phippsburg Ioponos 1250 1350 1975 2600

3

Phippsburq Pallas 2250 2400 3425 4700

Craig.

Hoybrc Phippsburg 1450 I 500 2175 2800

9

Steamboat Hoybro . 2250 2400 3425 4650

------li--~---.----li---;---+---~-

4000 4300 6000 8400

6

Adams

Energ:y

1775 1950 2650 3600

3

3

Swallows

Pueblo .

Hobson

Canon City

2300 2500 3450 4700

Swallows

3

3500 3900 5600 7700

Canon City

Pueblo"

5200 5600 7500 10,000

3

1650 1750 2450 3350

Solido"

3

Salida"

Tennessee Pass

1400 1500 2100 2900

Minturn .

625 675 950 1350

Tennessee Pass

3

Eilers.

2

Grand Jet. Glenwood 2150 2300 3250 4450

Glenwood Mintum 1525 1650 2300 3150

Malto Eilers . 750 800 I 150

Pueblo"

Minnequa

Minnequn

leadville" 625 675 950

6

1600 1750 2400

3350

4

Fir

1950 2100 2900

Walsenburg

Russell .

2000 2150

1 300 1400 1950

5

Lo Veta

La Veta

600 650 950

Alamosa

Russell

Sierra

3050

Sierra

1400 1500

------

775 850

2100

4

1250

Fir.

Trinidad 1950 2100

2900

Trinidad

Walsenburg 1950 2100

Grand Jet Mounds 1 900 2000

---------+---------+----,--

Polush Brendel 1750 1900

6

2900

5

3000

4100

2600

3500

Brendel Emkcy . 1 400 1500

_,telpa.

2100 3400

2900

5

<1650

Columbia Jet

Helper Grand Jet 201)0 2150

980

Mound, " Columbia Jet 1250 1350

---···-----~------------+------i~

650 700

---T------+-----1--·---~I-----

__ Gmn~diJ~J,d __ _+_D-ell,,----+.-5 .. 2"0-0 -r} __ ~56~O~0-+. __ 7_15·_00~-lO,O-O~- 10_

Delio Montrose 2150 2300 3250 4450 5

---------+--------".--+--.--- .. ~---- f----"---t~·-·~--+----

~D~e~lt~o ~~S-o-m-e-~-et--.-----"-~-2-1-5-0--t_-2-3-0-0--4__3250 _+ __ 4_4_5_° __ 1- 5 _

4100 6000 7450 8

Hotchkiss

Rogers Meso

3800

3050

&200

1850

2600

(Continued)
SHII
IlP-3!l 5341-
301l1- 5413
3028
111'-35 SIH5
5315- 55111-
FROM TO 3050 3130 5:141l 5511 FACTOR
Subdiv, 16 East Yard 4700 5000 7000
Helper ~~ '~~~Caslle Gate 1225 1570
1050 '2100
emile Gute Kvune 800 975 1350 1800 3
Kyune Surnmil 1950 2050 2900 4050
.~ ~·I-
Provo Castilla 2500 2700 3800 5300
Castilla Summit 1050 1l7S 1650 2200
--~-.~~.- .. -~ r------
Provo Geneva 5400 5800
Soh Lcke Ogden 3500 3700 5100 1100
Ogden Snit Luke 3500 3700 5100 7100
Cohee Scofield 1150 1200 1650 2300
Scofield Clear Creek 650 700 950 1350
Midvale. V';elby 950 1000 1400 2000
Welby Dalion Jet 650 700 1350 1900
Duhon Jet lead Mine 600 650 950 135(J
Magno Welby 2450 2650 3700 5200
Springville Keigley 1900 2050 2850 5
Pearl Keig!ey 1900 2050 2850 5
--~-~~
Keigley Burqin 470 500 700 SD-40-2's equipped with Positive Traction Control (PTe) are rated the same as SD-50's.

SD type locomotives must not be operated on the following tracks:

Sub Divn.

3

Tracks Portland Yard Adobe

6-E

8,10

&11 ___

ALL

West of Walsenburg

Yard & Industry tracks at stations as designed by Yard Circulars

SPEED

~~-
Time Per Miles Time Per Miles Time Per Miles
Mile Per Mile Per Mile Per
Mins. Sec Hour Mitis. Sec Hour Mins. Sec. Hour
-~ 36 100 - 58 62.6 1 40 36.0
- 37 97.3 - 59 61.0 1 42 35.3
~- 38 94.7 1 - 60.0 1 44 34.6
- 39 92.3 1 02 58.0 1 46 34.0
- 40 90.0 1 04 56.2 1 48 33.3
- 41 87.8 1 06 54.2 1 50 32.7
- 42 85.7 1 08 52.9 I 52 32.1
- 43 83.7 1 10 51.4 1 54 31.6
- 44 81.8 1 12 50.0 1 56 31.0
- 45 80.0 1 14 48.6 1 58 30.5
- 46 78.3 1 16 47.4 2 -- 30.0
- 47 76.6 1 18 46.1 2 05 28.8
- 48 75.0 1 20 45.0 2 10 27.7
-- 49 73.5 1 22 43.9 2 15 26.7
-- 50 n.o 1 24 42.9 2 24 25.0
-~ 51 70.6 1 26 41.9 2 30 24.0
- 52 69.2 1 28 40.9 2 45 21.8
-- 53 69.7 1 30 40.0 3 - 20.0
- 54 66.6 1 32 39.1 3 30 17.1
- 55 65.5 1 34 38.3 4 - 15.0
- 56 64.2 1 36 37.5 5 - 12.0
- 57 63.2 1 38 36.8 6 10.0
~~-- Locomotives and cabooses have assigned radio channels unless otherwise provided, must be used as follows:

Channell - Subdivisions 1, I-A except between MP 7.5 and

East Portal, 4-A, 5, 5-A,. 5-B, 8, 10, 11 Channel z - Yard, 16".A

Channel 3 - Moffat tunnel, Subdivisions 1-B and 16. Channel4 - Subdivisions I-A between MP 7.5 and East

Portal, 3, 3-A, 4, 4-B, 6, 6-C, 6-J,6-K,

6-L, 7, and 7-A.

On 8 channel radios following will govern:

with 'A-B' toggle

the

Position 'A': D&RGW channels 1-4 Position 'B': B-1 MP Road

B-2 Blank

B'3 SP Road

B~4 UP Road

Channel B-2

Tone #3.

D&RGW Channell Channel 2 Channel .') Channel 4

AMTRAK Channel 5454 Channel 9292 Channel 1697 Channel 2 32 3

I

position, before member must see switch is nr,~py<"p whether the switch points

trains, and other locomotives must make way for

passenger trains without unnecessary

2, instruction

as per 83<,A, within trains

locomotives must watch for slides and rock and be

to stop within range of vision due to

3. BRAKE

brake on head end of trains must not exceed 24 axles,

consist on head end of train exceeds 24 the

brake on additional units must be cut out,

4,

BULK

Trains with 25 or more loads of coal and/or will be

considered "bulk" trains. Other trains will considered

"bulk" trains if average car is more than 80 actual

tons in the tonnage per locomotive unit

with operative brake exceeds:

GP-,O, GP-35, GP-40 , " 1000 tons

SD-40, SD-45 "'" , ".. . , 1300 tons

SD-50 . " . , , , . , 1500 tons

b.) In calculating operative include head end power

brake for "bulk" trains,

If retainers are on all loaded cars.

on these trains, retainers must be used

RETAINERS

condi tions in certain territories require the use

condition should arise where brake

or if the use of full and an 18

reduction will not control the train at train must be and

those territories. brake for retainer rule lO(:0111C)ti1!e units with operative U"Ha,u,,~ locomotive are to be included.

When retainers are used, the SHORT CYCLE METHOD

of braking should be This method consists of making fre-

quent brake applications and short holds. If brake pipe

sure is gradually reducing and cannot be regained by

train speed, train must be stopped and air brake system recharged.

Crater to

\Vinter Park to Fraser and East Portal

to

On freight train if actual tonnage per unit with operative dynamic brake exceeds:

GP·30, GP-35, GP-40 2000 tons

SD-40, SD-45 3000 tons

SD-50 4000 tons

beginning at head end of train use ten retainers plus one retainer for each addirional Su tons. Ifdynamic brake is inopcrativ e retainers will be used on all cars.

Tennessee Pass to Minturn

On freight trains if actual tonnage per unit with operative dynamic brake exceeds:

GP-30, GP-35, GP-40 1500 tons

SD-40, SD-45 2000 tons

SD-50 . . . 2700 tons

beginning at head end of train use ten retainers plus one retainer for each additional 50 tons. If dynamic brake is inoperative retainers will be used on all cars.

Leadvil le to Malta

On freight trains, if actual tonnage per unit with operative brake exceeds:

GP· 30, GP-40 . 1000 tons

SD-40, SD-4S 1300 tons

SD-50 1750 tons

~-'Y"'''''b at head end of train, use ten retainers plus one retainer each additional 200 tons. If brake is inoperative, retainers will be used on all cars.

Fir to Sierra

trains if actual tonnage per unit with operative exceeds:

GP-30, GP-35, GP-40 , 1500 tOIlS

SD-40, SD-45 . 1800 tons

at head end of train use ten retainers one

retainer each additional 50 tons. brake is inoper-

ative retainers will be used on all cars.

Castle Gate

On freight trains, if actual tonnage per unit with operative dynamic brakes exceeds:

GP-:'>O, GP-35, GP-40 1800 tons

SD-40, SD-45 2200 tons

5D-50 3000 tons

GP-3S, GP-40 2000 tons

5D-40, 5D-45 .. . . . . . . .. . 3000 tons

5D-50 . . 4000 tons

at head end of train use ten retainers plus one

retainer each additional 50 tons. brake is inoper-

ative retainers will be used on all cars.

j.) Ti ntic Branch

Use retainers on all loaded cars

to Pearl.

i.)

tonnage per unit with operative

GP-30, GP-35, GP-40 1000 tons

5D-40, SD-45 1300 tons

SD-50 _ . _ 1700 tons

at head end of train use ten retainers plus one each additiona1200 tons Clear Creek to Skyline.

brake is inoperative, the forward one-half of retainers will be used Clear Creek to Scofield and forward onethird of retainers will be used Scofield to Colton.

1<.)

Branch

On freight trains if actual tonnage per unit with operative dynamic brake exceeds:

GP-30, GP-35, GP-40 1000 tons

5D-40, SD-45 1300 tons

SD-50 2000 tons

beginning at head end of train use ten retainers one retainer for each additional 100 tons Leadrnine to Welby. If dynamic brake is retainers will be used on all cars.

6.

Unless otherwise on head end of

Sub-

Standard

5000 5000 5000 6000

I-B

3

8000 8000 8000 9000

9000 9500 5000

4000 5000

7000 11000

7000 11000

6500 8000

Sierra to Fir .. La Veta to Fir ..

7000 4000 3300

11000 6500 5000

If train consists of more than this tonnage, locomo-

tive must be used as in Time-Table Rule 7,

7, HELPER LOCOMOTIVES

of helper locomotives of axles in the helper locorno-

8 Axles or less 18 Axles or less

18 Axles

More than 8 Axles Ahead of one-half the tonnage

Minturn to Tennessee Pass of locomotive

60

8.

MAXIMUM SPEEDS

Zone and other authorized

must not be exceeded.

b.) Locomotives: M.P.H.

1.) Diesel locomotives 130 through 149 when used as

unit................. 20

2.) Diesel locomotives 130 149 not used as

unit 40

diesel locomo tives .

25 35

f.) Locomotive service tracks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 05

Lumber or pipe on rail flat cars bulkhead

flats) and empty bulkhead flatcars 50

ore........... 50

i.) Tank cars containing or anhydrous

ammonia , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 40

j.) Unit steel trains 688, 689, 696, and 697, loaded or

empty, Subdivisions 6 and 7 40

Welded rail trains:

1.) Under load " ' . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. . 25

2.) Empty....................................... 40

Derricks:

1.) Boom leading 2.) Boom trailing

L)

m.) Outfit cars:

L) 25

2.) Unoccupied '.. 35

Scale test cars:

1.) Foreign or WWIB scale test cars . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

2.) X-450 scale test car , , ,.. 35

0.) Snow plows, spreaders, flangers . 35

p.) Pile drivers 25

q.) Flat cars loaded with rip-rap or empty X-flat cars in

riprap service , ,...... 25

r.) D&RGW 24900 through 25049 series. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

D&RGW 25100 series cars when used in slag service. 25 t.) Foreign cars used in ballast service loaded or empty. 25

u.) UP 26000 - 27000 series cars ' , ,..... 25

v. RGAX 3900 - 3923 ,., , ,............ 35

w.) SP 345000 through 345669 Series, loaded or empty. 40 x.) Trains with 25 or more empty open top hoppers .. ,' 40

Train and yard movements handling 5 or more covered hopper cars loaded with grain, coupled consecutively, must not exceed a of 12 MPH with entire train or cut of cars through sidings or on any track other than a

main track and w hen on main track must not

exceed a of 12 a of 25 MPH or

NOTE: For uniform application and

Rule the term "GRAIN"

wheat, does not

"."'~+in.~ of Time Table to such products as etc. It

more can

maintained.

9.

OPER.i\TION NORTH YARD

2 North Yard bears " This sign located at point where maximum

leaving North Yard begins. In switching movements at south end of North Yard switch engine handling cuts consisting of sufficient cars to make it necessary to pass this sign must have sufficient air brakes coupled and operative on head end of cut to assure necessary braking power to stop locomotive and

cars handled.

10,

OPERATION BELT LINE

CTC between Utah Jct. (West end of North Yard) Union Pacific Junction Switch, MP 3.15 and UP Transfer MP 4 as indicated by CTC signs. Movements over these tracks are controlled by D&RG W train dispatcher.

UP derail is located 100 feet west of head block of switch leading to Eaton Metal Products Co. on D&RG W lead. Derail is equipped with UP and D&RGW switch locks.

protection is on Continental Bak-

ing Co. Spur at North Broadway. All movements over this crossing on spur must stop before entering crossing, and crossing signal actuated by placing switch key in key switch and turning key to right as far as possible, then remove key. switch located on side of Signal case on west side ofN orth Broadway. Crossing signal will return to normal after movement over crossing.

1 .

OPERATION DENVER

Trainmen, Enginemen, Hostlers and Yardmen must have in their possession current time-tables and supplements thereto or reissues thereof as follows:

AT&SF - Joint Line

D&RGW, System

DUT RY Co. General

and Interlocking Rules

Denver Union Terminal Railway Co. General and InterlockRules govern trains and locomotives while on the Denver

Terminal Co. tracks.

BN Time- Table Colorado Division South Denver RR crews will be solidated Code of Operating Rules addition to D&RGW Rules of the

while on BN in the

Definition: ABSOLUTE SIGNAL: A block or the absence of a

at restricted next signal." If it cannot be ascer-

tained that is no opposing train or engine movement

between that signal and the next controlled Signal in aUV"'H.C the control operator may authorize the train or engine to

locomotives are authorized to operate over

from 1.0 to connect with

Terminal area.

Absolute

Yardmaster to secure permission D&RGW crews will be

12.

OPERATION ROCKY SPUR

Gate across track at Plant 1200 feet west of switch is

handled AEC Guards. At crossing No.

93, 3200 track connection and crossing of

No. 72,4400 feet from main track connection, trains in case of restricted traffic

at

Between the hours of 7 AM and 8 AM and

hours, arrange to and flag all train movements over

private road Spur. hours leave

burning fusee crossing while train is moving over this

road crossing.

USAX cars or any similar brakes, being set out at AEC brakes applied.

PORTAL

ing MP 25.0 east of west switch Plain-- Strobe MP 25.4 west switch Plain - Strobe MP 25.6 East Portal Tunnel 2· DED and Strobe MP 25.8 Tunnel 3 - DED and Strobe light

26.3 west of Tunnel 5 -- DED and Strobe

over detector with train, must be ""nw,PC! inspectiorrrnade. These

not with a cut-out

will

14.

OPERATION THROUGH MOFFAT TUNNEL Rule 28.5 is amended to extent that a of medium speed will apply as follows:

Eastward - ABS 566 and 566-A, Winrer Park to ABS 506, East Portal

of40

Westward- ABS 501 and 50l-A, East Portal to ABS, 565, Winter Park.

Not more than one train at a time will be permitted to track in Moffat Tunnel between East switch Winter and West switch East Portal except a locomotive be uncoupled from the rear of an Eastward train inside Tunnel or east of East switch Winter Park. After helper locomotive is uncoupled from rear of train, reverse movement will be made at restricted speed to next ABS.

locomotive cutting off westward train at East Portal, must not shove beyond ABS 501 or SOl-A. After helper locomotive is uncoupled from rear of train, reverse movement will be made at restricted speed to next ABS.

ABS governing movements over \Vest switch East Portal, in addition to their ABS function, will not indicate Proceed unless ventilation gate is raised.

If train crew finds gate closed, contact train dispatcher

immediately to open controls will not open

gate and train is the tunnel, ventilation should be

requested until the problem with the gate is resolved.

Gate control switches are located on the south tunnel wall west of the gate and also in the office building to the south side of the track. The gate will open 30 seconds after "GATE OPEN" button,

exit air lock doors are located west of the gate

on both walls.

CAUTION

Equalize pressure before opening air lock doors relief valve in center of each door.

dose and latch door after use and opening the next air lock door.

is closing, a red strobe will

venting

and

on the north wall will

oxygen tanks and masks are

East Portal and tool house Winter Park. Should be

equipment is used, such equipment must be Superintendent's office for "'1·",,(TI"1

l5.

OPERATION BOND - CRAIG

Whenever eastward Stop and Proceed ABS 1296, Subdivision I-A indicates other than proceed, eastward trains must remain in clear of road crossing and contact train ~"o,..'''~ .. ~ instructions.

movement to the 165.1

2

16.

OPERA nON PUEBLO

D&RGW trains to Subdivision 1 will use D&R(~W

Inbound-Outbound track from East to

unless otherwise instructed Pueblo

D&RGW Subdivision 8 trains will use MP Inbound-Out-

bound track from East to Subdivision 8 connection at

Main Street. Trains Pueblo from Subdivision 8 must

obtain from Pueblo Tower Yardmaster prior to

fouling Inbound-Outbound track.

Hostlers and Yardmen must have in

their possession current time-tables and thereto

or reissues thereof as follows:

OPERATION PUEBLO

17.

D&RGW, System

D&RG \V Rules of the Department govern train

and locomotive movements within yard limits, Pueblo.

trains will lise either MP inbound-

outbound inbound-outbound track Pueblo Jet. to

East Roger as routed by D&RG W train dispatcher.

Normal position of switches on MP inbound-outbound is lined for inbound-outbound, except switch to D&RGW Subdivision 8 which may be left lined for route of last movement.

Eastward jl,ilP freight trains will use MP inbound-outbound from East Roger to Pueblo j untion, unless otherwise instructed by Pueblo Tower Yardmaster.

Eastward MP Freight Trains and Northward D&RGW Freight Trains must advise Pueblo Tower Yardmaster when ready to leave Pueblo Yard. Pueblo Tower Yardmaster must inform D&RGW train that and designate track that train is occupying Junction.

19

D&RGW train will advise

master of Weshvard trains and/or

trains when train or trains are and Pueblo Tower advance train on

18,

used the

k~L"'-LH.,'H. Eastward

D&RGWoperating Code govern train operation on both tracks. BN form Warrant Control will be used on both main tracks.

Trains between under the Time-table Rules and Division.

vision Time-Table govern operations.

CTC between BN

MP 635.8) and Jansen.

Colorado and govern operations,

Rules and

OPERATION PUEBLO

TENNESSEE

from Leadville

at Malta and wye

Track') must be lined for west

use.

when not in

located on north side of Main track and on of YMCA crossing Minturn 3010 or 301O-A. If when Eastward train is must be contacted HHU"'~u"a

21.

OPERATION MINTURN

Track 1

be left dear of cars.

on duty Mid-Continent 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

8:00 AM . 1 :00 PM and

Carbondale.

ore Creek will

scales at Mid-Continent. Conductor with a switch list in train order of cars to be It is also necessary that weighmaster at the Mid-Continent office be notified that train is so he can go to the scale house ahead of the at Woody Creek will not dear loco-

23.

OPERATION

Trains and locomotives

D-5, D-6, D-l0, D·12, D-14, or (all in vicinity

the hump at East yard and to which ABS and CTC Rues do not when displaying stop indication, without

These signals are operated from retarder tower. Signals D·2 and D-5 do not control the movement of yard engines when such engines are Trimmer Signal located on west side of hump master building.

Unless otherwise instructed, Signal D-5 will govern Eastward trains departing from tracks 1 to 3 inclusive and Signal D-2 will govern Eastward trains from Tracks 4 to 8 inclusive.

Red pied for

routes are U1l0CCU-

Eastward signal, Ds l , located to left of track governed is .500 feet east of hump foreman's office on hump lead, East Yard Grand]unction, and displays the following:

Lunar aspect pied for a distance

lead or conflicting routes are U110CCUfeet east of

Signal indication Grand] unction.

are located in hump office & retarder

40

At Grand Junction Hump Yard, humping opera-

tions, before a train or yard crew places himself

between engines or cars on a bowl track for the purpose of coupling air hoses or adjusting coupling devices, protection against cars being released from the hump into the track involved must be provided as follows:

1. A crew member must notify the employee controlling switches that provide access from the hump to the track on which such work is to be performed;

2. Upon such notification, any remotely controlled switch must be lined against movement to the affected bowl track and employee must apply or have applied a locking or blocking device, or reminder, to the controls for that switch; and

3. Crew member must then be notified that the required protection has been provided and such protection shall be maintained until the crew member advises that work is completed and protection is no longer required.

Unless otherwise instructed, west switch from alternate track to track 5 lead at Receiving yard and west switch from alternate track to track 6 must be lined for alternate track when not in use.

Other switches in the hump area must be left in the same position as they are found.

Inert retarders are located near the west end of all tracks in the classification yard (bowl). Movement over these tracks must not exceed 10 M.P.H. until all cars are clear of retarders.

Dual controlled switch point derail on middle track, l Oth Street GrandJunction located between opposing Postive ABS 4487-FE and 4488-F, normal position for derail. Westward trains or locomotives must occupy release section approaching Positive ABS 4487-FE one minute before train can position signal and dual controlled switch.

Depot Running track between dual controlled switches at MP 449.0 and MP 450.1 Grand Junction, connects with Main track. Trains, yard or other locomotives occupying this track

must for passenger

Track or Depot Yard Signal MP 449.8 nrnrpP(l indication. proceed when train is

At East Yard perrnissio n must be obtained from train disbefore

in vicinity of the hump.

Eastward trains entering alternate Inbound track East Yard, will he governed by instructions from Yardmaster.

~lhen locomotives are in

a sufficient number of hand brakes must be

end of consist to prevent movement when air are

released.

Outbound crews will be responsible to see that all hand

brakes are released before engine consist.

DELTA

Switch on south for

Subdivision 6, must be left

Strobe are installed at MP 395 and 395.9. series of

earth-movement detectors are Installed between MP 395.2 MP 395.5. Ifthese illuminated and train must be str,nn,p(j

area, which has been identified signs in the field.

patcher must be notified and train must not proceed unless authorized by the Chief Dispatcher.

26.

OPERATION MONTROSE

Switch off west end siding, Montrose, leading to stockyards, must be normally lined and locked for the stock track, to provide derail protection.

27.

OPERA TION GARY

Crews having work to perform at Gary Plant will be governed by the following:

Flashing blue lights are displayed on Gilsonite yard tracks 1, 2,3 and4 and indicate workmen are onor about equipment on track Of tracks when blue lights are displayed. When blue light is displayed on any of these tracks, trains or locomotives must not enter such tracks until the flashing blue light is turned off.

Upon arrival at Gilso nite, if flashing blue light has not been turned off, locomotive whistle will be sounded - 1 long - 1 short, and repeated at one minute intervals until blue light is turned off.

Look out for open pit between rails 720 feet switch to yard track 3, Gilsonite.

of west

28.

OPERATION THOMPSON

Acid track lead skated west end near Switch No. I at Thompson, Utah. Skates must be removed upon entering; skates must be replaced on track upon departing.

29.

30.

31.

Seven Mile on the Cane Creek Branch follows from the main track:

Ore Track .

Gas No. -6 car spot .

Gas No. 2-4 car spot .

Normal Position of switch for

Cars must not be left between Main Track and Lead Switch on Gas Track Lead on curve and UC,oLe:llU

except in emergency.

Skates must be used in advance of derail for added prorec tio n on runaround track.

OPERA nON SUNNYSIDE BRANCH

The

tunnel at is equipped with tunnel

of tunnel. Doors will be and closed by

Sound whistle while passing preparation notice of ar rival.

to serve as

Train must not enter tunnel without permission of load out

When

from Finished Coal Yard at Wash and

is operating, a member of the crew must contact the and advise him of movements to he made. had that Retarder

cars while train is lead to

crossover switch east retarder must be lined for

track 3 while made. \JVhen not in use switches

east end of must be left lined for derail

spurs. Cars set Raw Coal Yard must be in clear of crossover switches at cast end of

5

a cut-out switch and cannot be deactivated

timer will

deactivate

OPERATION

Secure permission from train "'h'p<U~"~

Remove open

Push lever on side of box ~nd hold o epr esseo minute.

and

Union

west of

36.

The switch from No.1 track to the No. 1. The Union Pacific main line lined normal for the coal tracks. Coal trains will be delivered to the Union Pacific on track 2 and left to the clear on the west end. If track 1 is clear, it will be used as a return route for Rio Grande power.

Track 1 will normally be used for nPIIH,,'rv

trains from the Union Pacific to the Rio

When setting out or brakes must be applied to cars from rolling out.

at Provo, sufficient hand standing to prevent cars

All tracks in UPRRyard and All tracks in UtahRwy. yard are designated as Interchange tracks.

OPERATION GENEVA

Within limits of Geneva Steel Plant trains and locomotives will move prepared to stop short of any obstruction, including occupied track or improperly lined switches.

Movement ou t of Geneva through power operated switch-

point derail is governed ABS 7072F.

Gate No.2 at U.S. Steel, Geneva, must not be blocked between 10:00 PM and 6:00 AM on week days, or all day and night on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays.

During these times, outbound trains from Geneva must be caboosed from west (north) end unless trains are short enough not to block Gate 2 crossing.

Gate No.1 will be closed during these times and Gate No.2 must be kept open, except for passing of trains, for ambulance and other vehicle traffic.

Both Gate No.1 and Gate No.2 are equipped with a blue flashing light on a light pole located at the railroad crossing. The purpose of these lights it to alert railroad crews that an ambulance is coming out of the plant and the crossing must be immediately cleared in order that the ambulance can reach the

Dispensary without and are controlled U.S.

guard at Gate No. and No.2.

The following instructions must be observed for trains entering Geneva Plant:

1. RG inbound trains that have to weigh are to enter the Plant on track A-20 and cross over to A-I track on the east of the scale. do not have to

2.

to enter

4.

the A-l to A-20 at the east end of the classification the A-I to A-20 and A-20 to A-I crossover east Gate. When

trains over at west end of Geneva Lead and not use crossovers

OPERA TION GARFIELD BRANCH

entering Kennecott Corporation track MP 1.8 must call Kennecott Corporation train dis[or permission to operate electric locks.

protection.

Derail located 287 feet west of

H~dfur ~

when trucks are or UU1U"W"U.

cades on track with flashing warning lights, indicate track is fouled by trucks. Sound whistle and guard will remove barricade and unlock derail when track is clear.

Prior to crossing main track rn"dm"\l~ stop before proceeding. Should

a with proper equipment to move-

ment of train or vehicles based on the following requirements:

Vehicles transporting nitroglycerin, live missiles or other

hazardous shall have the right of way at all times. These

be with

red

Trains entering Magna Yard must approaching block signal at west end display proceed indication, a member crew must operate "release" located at entrance switch to yard. After operating "release" and Signal fails to indicate proceed, movement may proceed under flag protection according to Operating Rule 99 to the next block signal.

Wye switches Welby must be lined and locked for Garfield Branch when not in use.

38.

OPERATION

- SALT LAKE CITY

All freight trains, switch and light locomotive movements, including interchange deliveries between UP North Yard and

D&RGW Yard will, unless otherwise use the

two running tracks between Grant 2nd South and

Roper, 21st South. All movements in on either

track must be authorized by D&RG'X! Yardmaster. The use of

the 13th South crossover from track to Westbound

Passenger Main Track must be D&RGW

master, and D&RGW train North rail

Westward Running Track or Outbound) is designated Running Track. South rail (formerly Eastward Running Track or Inbound) is designated as D&RGW Running Track.

tracks at Yard,

obtain track on track for return movement.

PACIFIC SPECIAL RULE: All arriving Salt

Lake City must contact Tower Yardmaster for instruction

Freeport Center, North or South main nection sufficient air rive to control movement on air brake cut in for every six loads.

one

the of the Clearfield

Rule 93 ofthe D&RGW governs all engine movements,

40.

011 tracks within the limits of the the rules

and own

rules instructions are not at variance

instructions of the OUR&D Company.

Transfer Yard tracks except No.2 out

uf

lined for UPRR.

is in service.

SAFETY:

the boot

on

List of visors.

available from super·

OPERlI.T1NG: Revised Rule

If hot box the time train

passing over at readout point will

indicate car and location in train,

must crew of train

and location of car or axle in train.

car must be must be known that in safe condition before proceeding.

If hot box detectors indicate heat on the same

of a car than hot box detector,

crew of train must set car out of train unless the cause is found to be brakes and has been corrected.

If hot box

and slewing cables for

Location of car skids, retailing emergency use:

Sub Divn,

Sub

Locations

Locations

Littleton Colorado

4

* x t '"

Minturn Wolcott Eagle Glenwood Rifle Debeque Palisade

Bond

1

* xt
" x
xt
'"
xt
xt
* x Plain

Cliff

Rollins

East Portal Winter Park Tabernash Granby

Sulphur Kremmling

Radium=-- -I

Phippsburg

· x. 1lII_c:raig

----

Pueblo

Canon City .. Parkdale

I-A

• t

4-A

·xt •

Grandjunction Mack

• • Cisco

t .. Thompson

l-- *_x t Green River

· x.

5

·xt * •

'xt

1-B

* x t Helper * x •• Summit Provo

• x t t

6

3

Cotopaxi

* x t II Salida Buena Vista Malta

Red Cliff

• • l1li Walsenburg

• x t. La Veta

• x.. Fir

f- * x_t_. Alamosa

8

16-

16-A x t.. Delta

Symbols: Skids", Cables x,

t, Blocking ..

AVOID DAMAGE CARS

- Here's what

OVERSPEED

evacuate to mile fir eo Before evacuating take all consist and emergency rf"':",msp

MATERLAL

the first considerabe involved in a TO DO

DETERMINE STATUS OF ALL CREW MEMBERS.

remove them to safe area, and call

Do NOTIFY the the quickest means possible.

If Railroad communications fail or are not call

distance collect 595-2129. Tell him:

title.

Train identification symbol.

location, nea rest street or If you need fire or medical response.

E. IF NO fIRE OR VAPOR CLOUDS are apparent,

(1) EXTING UISII caboose

stove. Do not smoke in vicinity of a hazardous

material incident. Do not ignite fusees.

CHECK the train consist and

INSPECT the train to determine the condition of cars involved. Use a Tel!

Initial and number of cars involved. derailment.

Location of access roads,

G. \VARN

to stay away from the emergency area.

H. IDENTIFY to

GIVE them your train consist hazardous materials

emergency response printout. HELP tbem

ears and are derailed or The conductor

data, but should retain the for

operating officer.

52

Position Loaded
cars
in train of placarded:
"'"
POISON
placarded cars GAS
containing I
I
hazardous
materials
NOTE: Cars with same placards may
be placed next to each other.
-
Shippers may use either words or
numbers on placards. Numbers shown
are samples. Other numbers
may appear on placards.
HOW TO USE THIS CHART:
To determine where a placarded car can be
placed in a train follow these steps:
- Determine the type of placard applied to
the car.
- Determine the type of car.
- Follow vertically down the chart and note
which lines apply. Ii
- The symbol X indicates the wording at the
side that applies.
See footnotes for explanation. II
RESTRICTIONS
-
Must not be nearer than the sixth car from the e.ngine, occupied caboose
or passenger car. If total number of cars in train does not permit, must be
placed as near the middle of train as possible but not nearer than the X
second car from the engine, occupied caboose or passenger car.
a Engine, occupied caboose or passenger car X
.... Car occupied by guard or escort X -
t< Loaded plain flat car X
W Loaded bulkheat flat car X -
Z Loaded TOFC/COFC flat car X -
W Flat Car loaded with vehicles X
00 Open top car with shiftable load X
.... Car with internal combustion engine in opration. Car with any
a heating apparatus or any lighted stove, heater or lantern. X -
Z Car placarded EXPLOSIVES A
I- Car placarded POISON GAS X
tIJ
::J Car placarded RADIOACTICE X
:! Any loaded placarded car (other than COMBUSTIBLE or same
placard) X (1) A placarded rail card must be next to and ahead of any car occupied by the guards or technical escorts accompanying this car. However, if a car occupied by guards or technical escorts is equipped with a lighted heater or stove, it must be the fourth car behind any car placarded EXPLOSIVES A

(2) Restriction applies only when any of the lading protrudes beyond the car ends or when any of the lading extending above the car ends is liable to shift so as to protrude beyond the car ends.

(3) Cars placarded EXPLOSIVES A may be placed next to each other.

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Loaded cars placarded:

x

Loaded cars placarded:

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Loaded cars placarded:

Loaded cars other than tank cars placarded:

Loaded tank cars placarded:

Empty tank cars placarded:

x

x
X X
X Z
X 0
X :tI
m
X CJ)
X ~
X :a
o
X -4
X X 0
X X Z
X X CJ) X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

(4) Restriction applies only to loaded flatbed or opentop trucks and trailers and to loaded trucks and trailers without security closed doors.

(5) Restriction does NOT apply to a car loaded with vehicles secured by a device desig ned for that purpose and permanently installed on the car and of a type generally accepted for handling in interchange between railroads.

(6) ReSidue Placards: Lower triangle is black. Color of the upper portion of the placard will correspond to the color of the last load of Hazardous Material.

54 SWITCHING RESTRICTIONS

THE FOLLOWING CARS MUST NOT BE:

CUT OFF IN MOTION, NOR BE IMPACTED BY CARS ROLLING UNDER THEIR OWN MOMENTUM

ANY CAR PLACARDED

EXPLOSIVES A OR POISON GAS

[:4~ r::?:~~ I EXP~~SLJ OR b::~

A TOFC OR COFC VEHICLE DISPLAYING ANY PLACARD OR

DOT CLASS 113

TANK CAR LOAD OF FLAMMABLE GAS

USE THE NUMBERED PLACARDS TO DISTINGUISH TANK CARS PLACARDED FLAMMABLE GAS FROM FLAMMABLE FROM COMBUSTIBLE

"-

NUMBER 2

FLAMMABLE GAS

-,

NUMBER 3 FLAMMABLE LIQUID

USE BOTTOM WHITE TRIANGLE

TO IDENTIFY COMBUSTIBLE PLACARDS NO SWITCHING RESTRICTIONS APPLY

INDEX

Brake "Bulk" trains, of Car Limits & inspection stops

" """"".29-31

Locomotives

& equipment

Clearfield, Delta

Geneva ., """"'" .... ,. . "",.,' .. , .

Grand .. .."."."... ., " .

Moffat Tunnel

Montrose, ' , . , , , . . .. ,........ . ,

North Fork Branch , .. , .,.,... ' , , , " ..

North Yard"., , .. , , " .

North Yard - East Portal , .

Transfer , . ,. . , . ,. ,."."

Provo , "., ' .. "

Pueblo ,' .. ' " .,. . , .. , , , ".,.

Pueblo - Tennessee Pass. , , " ,., "" "., ..

Spur , , ,.,.,."",." .. ,., ..

Sunnyside Branch . . . . . . ' , , , .

Tennessee Pass Minturn .' . , " .

Wash , .. "", , .

Radio Channels ., , ,. "", " .. ". . .

Rear end cars .,....... .,.,.""........................ 32

locations ,.', .... ,................. 48

Retainers .. , , , _ ' , _ , , _ . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 29- 31

Rules - additions & revisions _ _ . , . _ , 46-47

Schedules, train. , , , , , , _ , , , . , , , . . . . . . 3

axle cars . __ , _, _ , __ , , .. , , . , , .,...... .

Time-Table Rules _ , , , . . . . . .. . .

Table , _., .. , .

Switches ..

33

39 :>,4 :>,7

46 41 4S 41 44 39

39 36 41 41 34 3S 46 43 37 38 35 42 38 41 42 28

Page

INDEX

Subdivisions:

Colorado Division:

I-A Denver - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 6

I-B .. 13

3 - Minturn. . . . . . .. 7

3-A Malta - Leadville . .. . .

4 Minturn - GrandJunction . '" 8

4-A Bond - Dotsero 6

4-B Aspen Branch 14

8 Pueblo - Alamosa IS

10 Creede Branch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

11 Alamosa - Antonito 16

Utah Division:

5 Grand Junction - Helper. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 9

5-A Branch. . . . . .. 18

5-B Cane Branch 18

6 - Salt Lake " " .. " ,,"" 10

Branch 18

6-E Tintic Branch .... " """ .. "... 19

6-J Bingham Branch......... . . . 19

6-K Garfield Branch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

7 Salt Lake City - . .. 11

16 Montrose . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

16-A North Fork Branch 17

adjusted ratings .. . 26-27

Tracks not shown as stations in Time-Table 21-22