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Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Company

EFFECTIVE AT 12:01 A.M.

MOUNTAIN STANDARD TIME

SATURDAY~ JANUARY 1, 1977

For the exclusive guidance of Employes; not for the information of the Public

A.H.NANCfE General Manager

D. J. BUTTERS

Chief Transportation Officer

2

COLORADO DIVISION

Denver Denver Grand Jet. Denver Phippsburg Minturn Alamosa Pueblo Grand Jet. Denver Denver Pueblo Denver Denver Pueblo Pueblo Grand Jct.

L. R. Parsons J.P. Spiess M.M. Kanderis S.A Dougherty R.G. Buffalow H.P. Keele M.B. Davis

L. H. Pennington H.L. True

D.W. Pope

AL. Marzano G.L. Openshaw J.K Howard

N. R. Henke

A Henke

M.G. Leonard V. Sacco

J.A. Greener

R. F. Spurling M. M. Kanderis V.1. Griffith

J. E. Aberton KF. Higham E. C. Anderson V.J. Fowler J.P. O'Reilly A.D. Clemons N. C. Wiseman C.W. Hearn S.F. Tezak H.D. Gibbs

R. C. Williams E. H. Twehous D.C. Blevins W.D. Lucore

O. W. Geisler M.E. Wood J.K Brockett

Denver Denver Denver

When there are no other means of communication available, the following offices may be reached by commercial telephone:

Offiee Location Numbers

General Offiee Control Center Denver 629-5533 629-0979

System Train Dispateher Denver 629-5533 629-0708

Colo. Divn. Supt. Denver 629-7053

North Yard, Yard Offiee Denver 629-7043

Burnham, Master Mechanic Denver 629-0715

Pueblo, Yard Offiee Pueblo 544-7814

Minturn Minturn 827-5766

Alamosa, Yard Offiee Alamosa 589-4981

Durango, Roundhouse Durango 247-1491

Grand Jct. East Yard Grand Jet 245-2111

Grand Jet. Trainmaster Grand Jet. 242-5160

Helper, Yard Offiee Helper 472-5871

Roper, Master Meehanic Salt Lake City 972-1387

Roper, Yard Office Salt Lake City 972-1019

Utah Divn. Supt., Roper Salt Lake City 972-1022

Superintendent

Asst. Superintendent Asst. Superintendent '

Supt. of Safety, Rules & Trng. Trainmaster & Road Foreman Eq. Trainmaster & Road Foreman Eq. Trainmaster & Roadmaster Trainmaster

Trainmaster

Trainmaster

Terminal Trainmaster Terminal Trainmaster

Road Foreman of Equipment Road Foreman of Equipment Road Foreman of Equipment Road Foreman of Equipment Road Foreman of Equipment

UTAH DIVISION

Superintendent

Asst. Superintendent Asst. Superintendent Division Trainmaster

Supt. of Safety, Rules & Trng. Trainmaster

Asst. Trainmaster Asst. Trainmaster Asst. Trainmaster Asst. Trainmaster Asst. Trainmaster Terminal Trainmaster Terminal Trainmaster

Road Foreman of Equipment Road Foreman of Equipment Road Foreman of Equipment Road Foreman of Equipment Road Foreman of Equipment

SYSTEM

Manager of Transportation Chief Dispatcher

Chief Dispatcher

Roper Roper Grand Jet. Roper Roper Helper Provo Clearfield Helper Grand Jet. Grand Jct. Grand Jct. Roper Roper Roper Helper Helper Grand Jct.

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0730

Arrive Mon,Thur,5al.

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30 30 5400
30 30 4900
30 30 5700
30 30 6500
30 30 5500
w 30 30 7000
30 30 4300
III
0 30 30 5600
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s: 30 30 7200
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Wy 30 30 9800
30 30
S 0955 w 30 30
30 30 7700
30 30 7100
30 30 5600
.. >.w 30 30 5900
30 30 6700
30 30 4800
...... W 30 30 8400
1.Q.. ~ 4500
30 30 E 8100
S 1130 15 30 W7700 S 1650
30 30 7300
30 7600 Exceptions:

Zone Speeds:

Psgr Ireins & Light Loco with Opero!ive Dynamic Brake:

MP 50.1 ·37.5 MP 18.0 12.0 MPI2.0-7.0

Bulk Trains (See 5):

MP 50.1 - 7.0 (Eastward) MP 67.0 - 73.0 ..

80 nd - MP I I 6 ..

Over West Switch Transfer track. MP 129 Belt line, Utah Jet - UP Transfer. MP

Rocky Spur

Road Crossings within Arvada Cily Limits Turnout Speeds:

Fax Jet, End of Two Mo in Tracks. Bond Junction Switch, MP 128.8 Dolsero Junction Switch.

All other turnout speeds.

Sidings:

Tabernash.

SECOND CLASS

18

Passenger Arrive Tues,Fri,Sun.

2100 2040

40 50 60

20 25 25 20 20 20 45

30 30 40 15

20

5

COLORADO DIVISION Subdivision 3

30 30 i 7300
30 30 I 6700
Yard
30 30 6000
30 30 6800
. ROVIIY 30 30 7200
171.2 30 30 5100
175.9 1756 I 30 30 4700
184.1 1762 ;5 30 30
45 '" 6100
Z
j 191.7 1782 0 w 30 30 5800
U
198.1 1784 u 30 30 6000
u:
208.0 1792 ;;l( 30 30 6500
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4
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U 30 15 6700
30 30 7500
30 30 7900
jWY 30 30 Yard
PASS. 30 15 7800
30 30 8100
15 15 9900 DBFKRSWY 30 30 Yard

1181.9

40

Exceptions:

Zone Speeds:

Ught Locomotive with Operative Dynamic Brake:

MP 280.3·298.0 (Westward) ..

"Bulk" Trains (see Rule 5) MP 280.3-

MP -120.5

Over crossover switch MP 280.3 .

Turnout Speeds:

Goodnight, End of Two Main TraCKS. All other turnout speeds

Speeds:

Adobe .

City Ordinances:

Florence , , .

MPH

25 15 40 20

60 15

10

Bueno Vista , , , , . . .. , , . , . , . , . , 25

MP 120.6 Wheel Checker & Dragging Equipment Detector, W.B. main. 25

6

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MPH c.c Pcss e nqe r
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5w. Sw Tues,Fri,Sun.
30 30 Yard
30 30 8200
30130 7200
30 30 7600
. JY 30·30 6200
30 30 5500
30 15 3900
.J.Q.I1Q.. 4900
30 130 "10400
JRWY 30 30 W7400
30 30 6100
30 30 6100
30 30 5700
30 30 6000
30 30 5700
30 30 5100
30 130 6000
30 30 4600
30 30 6200
30 30 4600
30 30 4300
30 30 12100
30 30 5200
Yard
Yard 1325
Leave
Iue s.Frr.Sun.
and West Wye Switch.
Detector Exceptions:

Grand Junction between

MP 448.8 Wheel checker & Turnout

Dotsero, Junction switch ., Glenwood, Crossover !viP fruitvale, MP All other turnout

Siding Speeds:

Minturn, over lead switch MP

Wolcott .

Ordinances:

Palisade end Grand Junction .

Note: Mile Post sign 394 elimlnoted on Subdivision 4.

Post sign 393 and Mile Post sign is 3,.550 feel.

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8~ Arrive
Tues,Fri,Sun.
Yard S 1310
451.7
I:::: 2808 E 6600
W6200
2812 30 30 7500
473.1 2816 30 30 7400
478.0 2818 30 30 4400
483.3 9920 30 30 6000
488.4 9922 30 30 5100
1
498.1 9926 .130 30 7400
504.4 9928 30 30 4800
510.5 9930 30 30 6000
515.6 9932 30 30 5400
520.7 9934 30 30 7600
f 1630 528.1 70 9938 V'IV 30 30 7100
70
9940 • < •••• J 30 30 5000
540.4 9942 30 30 5800
546.9 9944 30 30 7600
f 1655 555.2 9950 INr 30 30 6900 f 1115
561.5 9003 30 30 6000
567.6 9004 30 30 5900
574.2 9006 30 30 5900
581.4 9008 30 30 6200
586.6 9010 30 30 6100
593.1 9012 30 30 5900
602.9 9016 J 30 30 8900
611.3 902j 11000
613.0 9022 6000
S 1805 619.1 9026
622.1
5 1820 Yard 1000
Arrive leave
Mon,Thu(,Sat. TV€S,Fri,Sun.
Exceptions: MPH
Zone Speeds:
C.V. Spur. .. 25
MP 625.3 Wheel Checker & Detector. 25
Helper. End of Two Main Tracks. 30
All Other Turnout Speeds. 15
City Ordinances: Price 40 8

SECOND

CLASS -U"O I

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leave Mon,Thur,SaL MPH

DiVISiON Subdivision 6 Stations

MPH

1820

626.4

t

S 2025

2105

2130

60

1

25

40 60

35 40

40

70

I

30

12

627,3 628,8

25

30 30

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30 30

15 15 5200

30 30 30 30

30 30

30 30

30 30 30 30 30 30 15 30 30 30 30 30

Yard

0700

630A

632.0

638.9

644.4 651,4

66 LO 25

665,6

676.0 676]

60

RIO XOVER 4,3

THISTLE XaVER .... JWY W 15,0 E 16,0 SPRINGVillE •......•. J

N 2.8

, IRONTON XOVERS .. 2.5

PROVO KRD SF J

4.6 OSWY

lAKOTA XING. , . , , . , A 1.5

GENEVA XQVER

1.3

PIPE Mill .•. 6,6

AMERICAN FORK •.. , 5,3

MESA .....

8.3

RiVERTON .....

6,3

Nt[DVALE J WY

1.0

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"W 30 30 7900

SECOND CLASS

18

Passenger

Arrive Tues,Fri,Sun.

9070 9302 9306 9310 9318

681.0

J

9317

Yard

S 1000

695,8 698.6

Yard

Yard

S 0750

701.1

705.7

707.1 708.4 715.0

7()

9319

9321 9325

8700 7100 6500 E 6600

Yard

Yard

Arrive Mon,Thur,Sat.

MPH

Exceptions:

Zone Speeds:

Psgr Trains & MP 638,9- MP 6SI.4-MP MP 672.3· MP 676.0

Westward Main Track "Bulk" Trains: (See Rule

MP 651.4· MP 665.6 MP 665.6 MP 672.2 MP 672.2· MP 676.0 MP 676.0· MP 681.0 MP 638.9· Helper (Eastward)

Turnout Speeds:

Colton - End of Two Main Tracks,

Soldier Surnrn it >- End of Two Moin Trocks . Thistle-Jet, Switch MP 68 1.0

Pipe Mill-End of Two Main Tracks Midvale·End of Two Main Trccks . All other turnout speeds.

City Ordinances:

Provo.

Salt Lake City, 9th 50uth··4th North.

Geneva Steel Plant Yard

720.3

9328

728,6 734.9 735.9 740.8 742.0 742.5

9332

9348

6000

30

744.2

9354

745.1

12

6000

Eastward 119.7 Westward 118.7

Dynamic Brake:

Leave 'lues.Frl.Sun.

30 30 40 60

20 25 20 30 20

60 30 30 55 70 15

30 25 10

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- 745.1 - 6000 SAL: LAK~ Yard
~ 2nd So. ...1L 0.£
15 745.5 15 9808 I G"N 'OW," ..
1st No. T 3.2
748.7 9812 UP BECkS XING ..... M
1.6
750.3 9814 UP ~'O. SALT LAKE XING. M
3.6
70 753.9 70 9824 WOODS CROSS ....... 30 30 7000
V 16.5
J 770.4 9847 I- ClE/\RFIELD 30 30 7900
u
I 0.9 /
771.3 9848 UP SYRACUSE XING .. M
8.C
-----:iO 779.3 ~O 9856 UP SUGAR WORKS XING M
-'- _L l 1.8
781.1 9886 TRA~,SFER DNR8 Yard
0.9
782.0 9886 OGDEN. . . ... . (36.9)

UP Syracuse Xi ng, MP 771.3 ... T ronsfer, East end outbound lead .. All other turnout speeds .....

City Ordinance, Salt lake City Su.-4th

MPH 50 30 15 25

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I 128.8 t 0129
138.7 0139
20 20
142.7 Exceptions:

Zone Speeds:

Energy Spur ..

Calute Spur, MP 209.9 Ute Spur, MP 232.0 ..

Weigh in motion scale, Iv\P 13 Energy Passing over ..

T urnoul Speeds:

Bond, Jet. switch MP 128.8 Hitchens, MP 200 ..

All other turnout

Weighing

Sidings S. Ccpccity
Other turn" of frocks
out speeds in feet
E. W. Siding Other
Sw. Sw.
30 30 5100
15 15 4800
30 30 5760
15 15 3400
15 15 Yard
15 15 2300
15 15 1900
VI
c 30 30 4700
tr
c,
·w ~: 30 30 3600
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15 15 4100
15 15 3500
15 1900
15 15 3400
Yard
MPH
25
10
25
3
10
30
30
15
10
Siding:
Turnout '0
Speeds Sidings: Milner&
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ID ~ . ~ ..0
IV i:i ·0 E Spvr
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ID ID • m Z StatlQns
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MPH MPH '" 28
10 10 9
Yard
MPH
12
20
10
10 Exceptions:

Zone Speeds:

Light Loco. with operative dynamic broke and Loco. with operative dynamic broke caboose only:

MP 236.5-228.5 (Eastward) . MP 228.5-224.6 (Eastward) .

All other turnout speeds. Sidings ..

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2100
2104
2120 S!oli"""

Siding Turnout Speeds

E. W.

Sw. Sw.

MPH

All turnout speeds .

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SkJing Turnout Speeds

E. I W.

Sw. Sw.

MPH

Yard

Yard

Yard

MPH 15

Yard

Exceptions:

GLENWOOD JRY

12.9

CARBONDALE VI

19.9

WOODY CPEEK ...

Yard

MPH

5 3

15 15

scole Mil

12

COLORADO DII/IS!ON Subdivision 8

Stotlcns

... DNBJK Yard
Yard
*
*
Yard
.. wy Yard
15 15 30
y 15 15 35
15 15 68
17.8
BLANCA. 15 15 68
19.3
ALAMOSA D BK R Yard
(127.7) MPH

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MPH

Exceptions:

Trains handling Moly Ore 20050 10 20056:

Alornoso - MP 241 _ ..

All other turnout speeds.

Sidings. .. . .

"See Colorado and Southern,

D&RGW Container Flats series

Division Time-table.

20 10 10

13

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3.0
266.1 30 1606 ZiNZER 15 15 76
_l_ 2.9
- :-- 269.0 1612 MONTE VISTA w Yard
t 19.9
288.9 1628 HANf'J/ .. 15 15 14
20 9.3
298.2 1 1638 SOUTH FORK. .. 15 15 21
0.9 I
299.1 1640 DERRICK. y
- 300.0 13.0
I 312.1 t 1650 WAGON WHEEL GAP. 10 10 II
10 6.0
t 318.1 10 1654 W~,SSON . > •• y 10 10 20
I . . ..
2.6
- 320.7 f..-2_ 1661 CREEDE. Yard
(69.0) Exceptions:

All other turnout speeds ..

Sidings .

MPH 10 10

., J ' 1 1: "non"""" DIVISION Siding
· - .-0 Turnout "
·0 . - E
",0 Speeds
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N N
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MPH MPH Vi Sw. Sw.
--- 251.7 f.-- 1590 ALAMOSA RDSJI\ Yard
257.0 I 3542 HENRY. 15 15 10
2.6
259.6 3544 ESTRELLA .... 15 15 35
6.6
25 266.2 25 3546 LI. JARA ... . .. Yard
J 273.3 3555 ROMEO. 15 15 39
7.0
280.3 3557 ANTONITO ...... Dy Yard
i28.6) Antonito, MP 279.7-280.6. " .....

MPH 10 10 15

2

Exceptions:

All otherturnout speeds. . . . . . . . . . .. . .

Sidings , . .. .., , .

City Ordinances: La Jam. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .

4
We.mord t • Eastward
SECOND CLASS DIVISION
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Mi)(ed Mixed U a Mixed Mixed
lv. Daily Lv . Dotlv Ar. Daily Ar, Daily
0930 0830 451.5 DUR.A~<G() , . DBJK Yard 1730 1830
" 1,0 i
1015 0915 462,5 HERMOSA ViI 13 I 1642 1742
6.6
1044 0944 469, I ROCKWCCY) 24 1615 1715
fll05 fl005 472.3 1i\COMJ\ 18 11554 11654
1,7
fll14 flOl4 47,',,0 /l,H WiLDERNESS fl545 f1645
4,0
11135 fl035 478,0 TEV 11529 fl629
6.0
fl201 11101 484,0 i'iEEDlETOr'>J w 11505 11605
6.5
f1232 fl132 490,5 ELK PARK 11435 11535
1300 1200 496J su VERTCJN , Y 1405 1505
Ar. Dct!v Ar. Doily Lv. Daily Lv. Doily No, 461 and No, 463

superior to No. 462 and No. 464

Zone Speeds , Exceptions

Loop Track Durango Rockwood MP 469, 471,23, . 495.64 and K-36, 1<-37 types over All turnout speeds.

.23

MPH

15 5 8 5

10 o 10 10

452.42.

5
Siding
Turnout '0
Speeds >-0>
'5.S:
MPH 0-0
g-V;
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Sw. Sw.
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15 15 15
15 15 15 -0-0 J ID
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2650
2644
2638
2630
2624
5000 Montrose ISram::h 16

MONTROSE 5.4

ROE

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4.7 ROUBIDEAU 46.8 (;PM,[) JeT

15

15

Yard

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15

15

60

Yard

. DNBFUKY

MPH 10 10 15

All other turnout speeds .....

.- Montrose .

Siding
Turnout '0
Speeds >00
:= ~
MPH 0-:-2
g-Vl
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s-,
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15 15 Yard
15 15 Yard
15 15 26
15 15 21
15 15 62
DBlnKY 15 15 Yard
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8.2 CONVERSE.

I PAOr"IA

8.1 HOTCHKISS. 5.3 ROGERS 19.7

Exceptions:

All other turnout

Sidings .

6

o .0 E

~ z

• > •••• J

Stc+ions

9106 SUNNYSIDE.

4.3

9101

·9104 COLUMBIA .JCT

8.2

9016

B,o,NNIN(; . 5.0 MOUNDS.

Exceptions:

Turnout Speeds:

Mounds, Jet. Switch Subdivision 5-A All other turnout

Siding
Turnout '0
Speeds :5.~
MPH 0"0
5";;)
E. W u
Sw. Sw.
Yard
Yard
15 15 55
Yard
MPH
30
15 ." I '"I 0 mViSION Siding
0_ E .0 Turnout
00 o - '0
0.3 0_ ,,-0 E C""" Creek il>rQl"lch Speeds
<Ill' 0 ,.c>
"'1;; -:::. :'!: c
00 ~"O o ~ Z Subdivision 5-il> u ._
g:s: o c CO C MPH 0"0
~~ OW 9 g-V;
N N Stations
E E. W. u
IvlPH MPH <Il Sw. Sw.
- 35.8 IT 9943 POTASH. Yard
30 7.3
,
t 28.5 9941 .R 15 15 10
___.:_ 22.0 i---,-- 7.2
40 21.3 9939 SEVEN MILE 15 15 Yard
t .3
--_ 1- 9940 BRENDEL . J Exceptions:

All other turnout speeds

Sidings .

MPH 15 15

"0"0 I · I 0 Siding
o _ E 0" .0 UTAH DIVISION Turnout '0
o 0 ~o
~l 2 E Pleos ent Volley Branch Speeds ,.c>
-c V> ~ 0 :-=: c
o 0 ~ 0 I~] z Subdivi.ion 6-C ~:Q
c~ 0- .Q MPH
0> -:-=0 :5-'"
N ~v Stations u
E E. W.
MPH MPH vv Sw. Sw.
, ~
10 21.1 9170 CLEAR CREEK Yard
_j_ 10 i
17.0 _!__,! 9158 VALC!\M 15 15 95
i t l.8
15 15.2 9156 SCOFHD. 15
_l_ 20 5.2
_I_ 9054 COUON ... JW Yard
MPH
15
15 17
<" j , 1 Siding
W c E .-u Turnout '0
• 0 . "
a-~ 2 ,,-0 Speeds >-0>
:~ <fl} =5.::
w W W •
g3 w. c 0 MPH ou
r~ OW o.C;
N N Sftohons 0
E W u
MPH MPH s-. Sw.
9297 t'AA_RYS V ALE Yard
II
120.6 9294 15 15 16
8.9
I I 1.7 9291 ELSINORE. 15 15 23
1.7
110.0 9289 NIBLEY. 15 15 55
103.7 9284 RICHFIELD < Di(sR 15 15 Yard
100.1 9279 KFlv\A 15 15 30
3.8
96.3 9275 SIGUW 15 15 34
92.2 9271 AURORA 15 15 51
25 25 5.8
86.4 9262 SALlNt, OF'NYR 15 15 Yard
I
75.0 9256 SPEARlviINi. 15 15 38
14.2
60.8 9251 MANTI. 15 15 40
53.4 9228 EPHRAIM 15 15 Yard
0.9
52.5 9227 WESI 15 15 61
1.19
9216 lv\T. 15 15 17
6.6
9214 ICAIRVIEW 15 15 19
8.7
9209 HILL lOP 15 15 28
8 t;
..:»
9206 '~miANOLA 15 15 23
i 4.8
9070 THISTLE JW't'
MPH
Zone Speeds:
Moroni Spur. 25
All other turnout speeds. 10
Sidings 10 KN

RU

L

HE

18
-1'l " Siding
" .c DiVISION Turnout "
" E Speeds
c. , Sr.:",," ~.~
V> Z
" Svbdivision 6-E
c c MPH 0-0
0 .2 g-V;
N e, Slaliolls
E. W. u
MPH Vi s«. SW.
BURGN 15 15 18
4.9
15 15 8
! 1.5
KEIGLEY 15 15 Yard
0.6
SANTAQU!N i5 15 35
4.6
15 15 28
7.0
FORK 15 15 23
. J i5 15 Yard Exceptions:

All other turnout speeds .

Sidings .

MPH 1 10

"" J -0 1 ~ Siding
• c .-0 .c Iurnc ul
• o , E • c '1.1"""'''''''
a-l c.C ~ Speed ".'"
~~ "'l ero"ch :::::e:
~ ~ . ~ " . Z ~ ~ r. 6-J 0-:-9
c 0"
,,'" ~-o 0'" c: MPH "'en
N ~~ N .2 00
'0 Stations E. W.
MPH MPH Vi Sw. Sw.
- 11.9 1- 9630 LEAD MINE. Yard
I 7.5 r D,,"LTON JCT. .. .J
i5 5.1 9624 VlElB\{ . 15 15 47
j 20 JY
I 3.1
2.0 9622 \NEST JORDAN 15 15 23
2.0
- r---- 9332 MIDVME JWY Yard Exceptlons:

Zone Speed:

Highwoy crossing 01 MP All other turnout

Sidings .

MPH

near

..............•.•. 1()

15 15

19
Siding
Turnout >-0>
Speed ~ c
0-0
MPH a.V;
LS'O
E. w.
Sw. Sw.
i5 15 9
JY 15 15 47
MPH
20
15
15 M/\GNI~. 6.8 KEAPNS 6.0

w. Sw

JeT.

MPH

E. Sw.

Yard

All turnout speeds.

MPH 15

TRACKS STATIONS IN TIME-TABLE
Sub Mile Stn ?- Switch
<.ar
Divn Name No. Connection
I-A Stock Yard Spur ............ 1001 West
Chern ........................................ 0015 West
Spur: ....................... 0018 West
0017 West
0019 West
0102 East & West
0 53 East & West
0162 East & West
I-B 0174 Yard East & West
0200 Yard East
Yard East & West
126 East & West
10 East & West
Yard East
Yard East
40 East & West
1783 60 East & West
1796 22 East & West
1800 25 West
240.3 2020 32 East & West
3-A AS&R Spur ............................... I 274.3 2106 8 East
4 Kaibab ....................................... 2266 5 East & West
Eagle .... " ..... , .......... , ............. , .... 2268 31 East & West
Gypsum ..... ".,., .... , .... , .. , .. , .. ,' 21 East & West
Union Carbide Yard East & West
40 West
Yard East
4-B Flour M.Hl. ...... , ..... , ... , .... , .... , ...... 4 East
Anschutz ................... , ............ , .. 40 East & West
Mid-Continent Yard East & West
Wingo, .......... , .... , ... ,., ... " ..... , ..... 10 East & West
Bates ............. , ................... " .... ,. 21 East & West
5 Fibreboard ... ,."., .... " .... ",''' ...... 20 West
Gils onite .,., ......... , .. , ...... " .... " .... Yard East & West
Lorna .... ", .... ,., ... " .. , .. " ... ,.,., .. ,., .. , 40 East & West
C. V. Spur: .................... " .... ,., ... Yard West
Acco 80 East & West
5-B 12 East & West
12 East & West
6 70 East & West
9062 35 East
9066 s West
9078 Yard East
690.7 9082 71 East & West
698.2 9308 Yard West
704.2 9316 Yard East
710.1 9319 94 West
722.8 9326 195 West
.. 736.4 9336 4 East
737.4 9336 92 East & West
738.4 9336 Yard East
738.6 9336 3 West
738.9 9336 4 East
739.0 9340 5 East
740.5 9352 4 East
742.5 9710 Yard \)(lest
6-D 52.8 9231 Yard East
9.3 9231 Yard East
9254 10 East & West
9254 Yard West
9270 12 West
9270 17 East
Gramse ............. , ... , .... " ............. 9282 40 East & West TRACKS NOT SHOWN AS

IN TIME>TABLE (Continued)
Car Switch
Cpt)' Connection
93 East & West
13 East & \Vest
20 East & West
Yard West
7 East
9 East
20 West
8 West
9 East
22 East
Yard East
Yard East
Yard West
8 East
4 West
9 East & West
9816 Yard East
9822 8 West
9824 10 East
9840 47 East & West
9854 70 East & West
9885 Yard East
1576 Yard East & West
1605 10 West
2 Yard East & West
1611 12 West
3541 7 East & Vies!
3548 21 East & West
2650 6 East
2648 4 West
2644 16 East & West
2614 50 East
2608 38 \Vlest
2742 Yard East & \Vest
2744 12 East & West Sub

Divn Name

Fork Sugar Factory .

Elberta .

6-J U.S. Smelter .

Boise Cascade .

Ireco .

Continental Copper ..

Plastr onics .

Balkarnp .

Interstate Brick ..

T

IS

H RE

au

R

T'S

II<

Stations

Week

Sundoy end Holidays

Prospect North Yor d Kremmling Phippsburg

Craig Pueblo Portland Canon City

Salida

leadville Min!:'..Irn

Glenwood

Alamosa Antonito

Delta Montrose Thompson Price Helpe r Provo Geneva Midvale Roper

Grant Tower Clearfield Transfer Salina Richfield

Continuous 7:30AM to 4:30PM Continuous

8:00AM 5:00PM

Continuous

9:00AM 6:00PM

8:00AM 5:00PM

B:OOAN!. 5:00PM

to 5:00PM

8:00AM 10 5:00PM 8:00AM 5:00PM

7:30AM 4:30PM

8:GGAN\ 5:00PM

7:30AM 12N

I :OOPM to 4:30PM 6:00AM 3:00PM 9:00AI0, 10 6:00PM 8:00AM 10 5:00PM Continuous 8:00AM 5000Plv\ 8:00AM 10 5:00PM 8:30,6,M 10 4:30PM 8:00AM 10 5:00PM Continuous 7:30AM to 4:30PM

7:00AM II :59P!v\

7:00AM to 4:00PM

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Contlnuous 8:0Q,4M to 5:00PM S:OOA.N, 10 5:00PM Closed

8:00AM to 5:00PM

Continuous

Continuous

7:30AM II :OOPM

Continuous

8:00AM io 5:00PM 8:00AM 10 5:00PM

Conllnuous Closed

Continuous Continuous Closed

8:00AM to 4:00PM Closed Sundays Closed

Conttnuocs

Closed

8:00,11,11''1 to S:OOP M Closed Sundays 8:00AM to 5:00PM Closed Sundays Closed

8:00AM to 5:00PM Closed Sundays 7:30AM 10 4:30PM 8:00AM to 5:00PM Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Continuous

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Continuous

Closed

7:00AM to 11 ,59PM Closed

Continuous Continuous

Closed

of Labor Day,

Eve and Christmas.

the observed

be the

SUPERSEDING RULES

REGULATIONS WHICH

SUPERIORITY

I-A, Train orders may

affecting the movement

orders may be issued Junction affecting I-A, 4 &. 4-A.

Pueblo or Grand Junction on Subdivisions 3 & 4.

Pr"~,,,p('t North Yard, movement of

eng inernen of these

locomotives must make way for delay.

a Clearance:

Ah Silverton Monarch Grand Jet,

Subdivision &.1 6-K S-L Lake City

4-A

Rule 99 is no! required

5-B.

assure necessary being handled.

per unit with operative

Crater to

GP-9 " " " 1400 tons

GP-40 2000 Ions

................................... 30000 tons

ten retainers dynamic brake

one retainer inoperative re-

beginning at head for each additional 500 tainers will be used on

Tennessee

5-D. On unit with operative

dynamic

GP-9 ,., 1000 tons

GP-40 1500 tons

SD-45 2000 Ions

at head end of train additional 50 tons. tamers will be used on all cars.

------------~.--------

one retainer inoperative re-

5-E. On dynamic

trains, exceeds:

with operative

plus one retainer

5-F. Standard pounds.

Car limits, CA'UUlCUHI5 to

unit 24

1\10 units

on Monarch Spur is 90

5-G. On trains unit with operative

dynamic exceeds:

GP-9 , ,., 1200 Ions

1500 tons .................... ,1800 tons

one retainer inoper ative re-

beginning at head end for each additional 50 tamers will be used on

5-H. On trains if with operative

dynamic exceeds:

GP-9 900 tons

GP-40 100 tons

SD-45 1400 tons

one retainer inoperative re-

beginning at head end of train for each additional 50 tons. tainer s will be used on all cars.

is excessive a to avoid slack

5-J. Sunnyside to

retainers on all loaded

cars.

Columbia Jet Westward: use retainers in forward UU,,"!!.d.H

brake is inoperative

5-K. On per unit operative

dynamic

GP-9 " " ,. " 1300 tons

1800 tons

........................... ,. .... 2200 tons

1700 tons

400 Series , 2200 tons

at head retainers one retainer

additional brake inoperative re-

tainers will be used

5-L. On

dynamic exceeds:

GP-9 1400 tons

tons 3000 tons tons

400 Series ,. 3000 tons

head end of for each additional 50 Ions. tamers will be used on

one retainer inoper ative re-

is retainers be used Clear third of retainers will be used

operative

.5-N. Burgin to

5-0. On per unit with operative

dynamic exceeds:

GP-9 900 tons

GP·40 .. " " 1000 tons

8D·45 1300 tons

at head end of additional brake is inoperative,

retainer If

sufficient air trol movement on descending cut in for every six loads.

handling cars on North Rio Grande connection

and to COIl-

with at one air brake

CTC

6. Railroad crossings at and derails:

signals or signals

Sub Divn

MP

1

118.5

l-A

3.2

3

119.6

6

705.7

6

744.2

Sub Divn

6

7

7

750.3

771.3

by signals or signals

s: derails. Nor-

of signals i n s t for on in-

Bee Line Spur leads from Cudahy Spur track and is --'--""1"-- - with pipe con-

mechanical lock.

Normal position of switch is to Bee Line S pur. Before movement is made to or from D&RGW main track and Cudahy Spur, main track switch must be reversed. Bee Line Spur switch will then be un-

locked to lining.

i!hen switches

to normal, Bee Spur

switch must be normal before main track switch is placed normal.

Lower signal governing movement from Cudahy Spur will display lunar indication for movement to Bee Line Spur or yellow for rn o v e me n to UP track.

7

Syracuse

C'I'C and Manual Interlocking controlled by D&RGW train dispatcher. Normal position of derails and signals against UP. Each road governed by its own rules and special D&RGW S09-A,

29

6. Railroad and derails

protected by signals or signals

7

Sub Divn

779.3 Sugar Works

8

7

781.3 Transfer

road governed Rules and its Instructions, oosition of all switches is for D&RGW. D&RGW Operating rule 667. See Special instructions for C&W crews in phone box.

locked.

Gate is equipped with two lights, one of which is in center of gale and one on

pivot These lights

will red when gate

6·A. Railroad crossings at

Sub

Divn MP

6

City

will normally AGAINST (Red signal) the UP and FOR (Green signal) D&RGW movement. D&RGW crews may usc crossing without stopping provided it is seen to be clear. UP crews will stop and line for their movement no D&RGW movement is in evidence.

connection as indicated controlled by

Yard

North Yard) and Belt and UP Transfer MP 4 these tracks are

7.

from BN overhead to UP rear portion of cut, may without Permissive

UP derail is located leading to Eaton equipped with UP and

7·A. ing Co. Spur ing on spur must

actuated

to right as located on side of Crossing signal ing.

west of head block of switch Co. on D&RGW lead. Derail is locks.

~')HI'!H"H'''U Bak-

over cross-

and crossing and

Key Broadway. after movement over cross-

Spur

7-B. Gate is handled No. 93, Highway No.

locomotives and at over continuous and crossings ment if it can be avoided,

Access

of switch

on north side of cattle guards at with above. These gates

Between hours, arrange to

and 8 AM and during night train movements over AEC

31

road crossing GW A fusee on grade crossing crossing.

USAX cars or any similar

hand brakes, set out at

hand brakes ·"v!-'''",,,,

night hours leave burnmoving over this road

Operation Rule 285 is "UHOH.UCU medium speed

Eustwar d=-Af+S 566 and East PortaL

Westward---ABS 501

Winter Park.

than in Moffat switch East uncoupled from the rear

nel east of East switch

is from rear of

at speed to next

Helper locomotive must not shove motive is made at

7-C. MPH

Tunnel

that H speed of 40 follows:

Park to ABS 506,

East Portal to ABS 565,

a time will be East switch locomotive may be

train inside Moffat TunAfter helper locomotive movement will be made

In case train finds

patcher must be contacted 'Hl.'W.:U1CW~ly

7-F. A "3 Position" twenty in case office may be emergency or by motor car lions posted each location.

case of a curtain switch fails to operate, a device, including control on the east

7-E.

switch East Portal, indicate Proceed unless

south side Moffat Tun" which curtain "3 Position" curtain in case of

governed instruc-

inoperative, Train Dis-

menuonec in Rule 7"G is panel and is identified directional arrows.

The emergency exit

the route to manual

with yellow painted doors

7"G. A door on south feet west of curtain leads room into office. Tunnel.

7-H. Eastward trains must

1750 feet west of the locomotive has cleared

fifteen

a speed of 25 MPH from of Moffat Tunnel of Moffat Tunnel.

7-1. If

reason, nearest ";A'''V'11VUC. U''''I.1",,",m,,

in Moffa!

Tunnel for any

n"'~nn,~tI" notified Radio

located in all

"'''lULPU'C,,'' Cases are located in near the "'""'1-''''''-''';'' assembled mask

Remove seal tape from over face.

be reported to Superinten-

for AIT' ,,,r 0'''" <'"

10m of canister

Use of the above dent immediately.

7-K Westward trains must not received from track to be

Whenever eastward I-A indicates other dear of road crossing

Eastward must obtain Energy No.1

1665 and Easl'Vard Yard until advice Dispatcher as

of cars to be the Mid-Continent office be he can go to the scale house

Weighmaster on Monday through Friday; day.

4:00 PM and Sun-

7-L. At Anschutz, above car loader when

drop cars or make consulting loading

Eastward trains must patcher before leaving Mid Continent

Locomotives & Cabooses Continent Coal & Coke VUHi}""".)'

7-M. Westward trains Subdivision train dispatcher before leaving

7-N. ABS in addition to tains are raised.

In case train finds curtain putcher must be contacted immediately.

Instructions for manual operation are posted at each tunnel portal.

CIHUll"''' Tennessee Pass Tunnel, proceed unless cur-

or inoperative, Train Dis-

Amber lights are Belden when loader is in

Do not drop cars or burning, without consulting

Operation

7-0. Repeater south side of indication of peater signal does not ready to depart, Train

above car loaders at car.

move while light is

north side of Main track and on YMCA crossing Minturn repeat

or 3010-A. If re-

when is

must be contacted immediately.

Operation Trains and locomotives D-lO. D-12. D·14 East' Yard' and

when displaying

o-r, D-2,

in vicinity of CTC Rules do not authority from

These signals are D·2 and D-5 do not such yard engines are west side of humpmaster

tower. Signals when on

Unless otherwise jn;,tl"1lll'i'prl

trains from Tracks

govern trains departing

Eastward Signal D-2 will Tracks 4 to 8 inclusive.

Eastward feet east of Grand Junction, and

indication

office, Junction.

Unless otherwise to track 5 lead at track to track 6 must be

Other switches in position as they are found.

office & retarder

west switch from alternate track west switch from alternate track when not in use.

must be left in the same

7-T. Westward trains p atcher before leaving V'~nUHHna

permission from the train disand Banning.

ABS 6254-A through crossover main Spring Glen Yard must first Helper.

Eastward trains on No. 1 lead must occupy re-

lease section located 3 feet of ABS 48 seconds

before dual controlled switches can be positioned for

from Independent Lead Trains entering or permission from operator

Eastward trains from operator when ready 10 one minute before dual 10 enter Snake Lead. When authority to proceed to Spring

1

fOJ[ one

controlled unlocking device line switch

of this electric switch Rule 585.

7-X. Trains

operate

8. Zone and other prescribed exceeded.

8-A. Freight Trains " .

8-B. Turnouts table Rules No.

switches see Time-

MPH

60

15 30 15

8-C. Maximum speeds permissable services by

various types of locomotives as follows:

Diesel Locomotives - 149..................................... 40

Other Diesel 70

Derricks with boom Cars (except

Scale Test Car 25

Scale Test Car X-450 ".................. 35

Flat Cars loaded with XFlat Cars in

lng bulkhead cars containing "Bulk" trains (See

8-D. Unless otherwise scales:

25 25

35 40 40

50 50

SPRING
9.
Sub
Divn MP
4 445.6
447.3
448.5
6 625.7
12 451.5
451.6 Loop track

DUAL CONTROLI,JED SPRING SWITCHES

MPH

15 15 15

15

5 5

MAIN TRACKS

11.

8

Hand Throw Dual Controlled Dual Controlled Dual Controlled Hand Throw Dual Controlled Dual Controlled Dual Controlled

Hand Throw Dual Controlled Dual Controlled Hand Throw Throw

Sub Divislon

MP

Description

5

626.0

Hand Throw

6

626.6 627.3 628.8 632.0 665.0 672.3 676.7 681.0

688.6

2. Locations of

on main track or sidings:

Divn Location

5-A

West end siding

5-B

Both ends siding

East end siding

6-E

MP9.2 " " .

West Jordan ..

6-J

Main track East end siding

8

La Veta .

Occidental , " , .

Fir .

Sierra .

Blanca , ,. , .

East end siding East end

Both ends

West end siding West end

MPH

15

15 30 15 30 15 30 30 30

15 30 30 15 15 30 30 30

15 15 15 15 15 15

10

Creede , ,

Wasson" n , " ' ".

Wagon Wheel South Fork Hanna

Zinzer , , , .. ,' ,., ..

East end siding East end

Both ends

East end siding East end siding East end siding

11

Henry , , ,

La Jar a " , ...

Romeo , .. " .. , .. , ..

Antonito MP 281.5 , .. , , .

East end siding East end siding East end siding Main track

12. Locations of permanent

on main track or sidings:

16 Olathe .

Roe , .

Montrose .

Rockwood = , .

'I'acorna , , .. ".

Needleton ,.

Silverton .

Location

16-A Paonia " .

Somerset , .

13. Omitted.

14. Locations of car skids, for emergency use:

frogs and slewing cables.

Sub

Divn Symbol

1

Cliff Rollins East Portal Winter Tabernash Granby Sulphur Kremmling Radium

*

Symbols: Skids *, Cables x,

15.

Subdivision

4-A .

16 , .

Grand Junction

16. Locomotives and cabooses and, unless otherwise provided,

Channell - Road Service Channel 2 - Yard Service Channel 3 - Moffat Tunnel

assigned radio channels used as follows:

and Northward D&RGW Yardmaster when ready Yardmaster must inform and designate track

and other locoJet must be made the current of

17-F, D&RGW Subdivision bound track from East Street. Trains entering from Pueblo

will use MOP Inbound-Outto Subdivision 8 connection at Main Subdivision 8 must obtain Yardmaster prior to fouling MOP

Subdivision 1 will use D&RGW

Roger Pueblo Junction uri-

yardmaster.

Subdivision 3-A, wye at connection to west leg of wye at all times

17-1. Track No.1 17-.1.

left clear of cars.

leave crossover switch at to Derailing Spur lined for

Spur.

17-K. On Subdivision and K-36 or K-37 types

17-L.

must no! be doublehcaded beyond Rockwood.

Yard will head in receiving

Westward trains before leaving of the hump.

17-M, Junction switch locked for Subdivision IS-A.

17-N. Switch off must be. normally lined derail protection.

trains is located atMP 445.6. trains is located atMP 447.3. Inbound track East Yard, Yardmaster.

be obtained from Train Disat east end receiving yard.

from tr ain disto enter long lead in

Della must be left lined and

leading to stockyards, the stock track, to provide

trackage at designated

on the Cane Creek Branch the main track:

Ore Track. , " ..

Gas No. I---6-ear spot Gas No. 2---4-car spot

normal line of switch for

near switch) near switch) lead switch;

Cars must not be left on Gas Track Lead on curve

Gate at Gas Plant is of attendant. Gas loading facilities emergency.

Track and Lead Switch grade.

lock and is

be performed Pure

"U,CHU<CHC being present except in

Coal Yard at Wash

crew must contact the to be made, will not Coal Yard. must be lined for When not in use Yard must be left lined for Yard must be in clear of

drop cars while is

The first crossover switch No. 3 Track while

switches east end

derail spurs. Cars set in crossover switches at east

will be governed used, located just op-

17 -So Sevier siding is used yard track No.1 are used as

Montrose siding and

M. Main Track

1-7 Inclusive; Tracks

17-R. Branch

switches Welby not in use.

and locked for Garfield

trains, switch,

mcnts will keep the

traffic will be made

signal indication. from yardmaster before

locomotive North Yard, provided, use the two runntrack, Subdivision Temple Street to 21sl

WP connection just south of

l st Street, Roper, all

delivery movethe current of or on obtain authority for reverse movements.

17- U. SD-45 locomotives tracks:

on the following

Subdivision Track"

I-A West of Bond

6-C East of MP

---_. __ ._--------------

__ 16 L-E~a~s_t~o_f~~~IP~4~2=2 ~

17-V.

locomotives must not be

16

3-A

6 Fireclay at Nash

8, lOWest of Walsenburg &11

All Yard & Industry

Yard Circulars.

41

4

handled by

TYPE

Division

I-A

8000 8000 8000 9000

3

9500 5000

11000 1 000

6

6500 8000

8

If train consists

on rear or cut

18-A. Unless otherwise ,traIned as follows:

locomotives will be

Location in Train

Behind caboose

Ahead of 1700 adj. tons.

Helper locomotives CA"'''''HHI!!, may be used on rear of train

18·B. Unless otherwise

70 feet or

Unless otherwise instructed. tons, each of' the head tons or more and cars

than 5 cars behind

18-D. Both when used in

18·E, D& RGW scale test "Handle on Real' of Train

"Rear Enders," must be tr ained

and SD-9 units

"Rear End" or cars designated as

19. Trainmen, Enginernen,

their current time-tables

as follows:

General and Interwhile on the Denver

Division Union

and movements and

limits D& RGW RR

BN·C& S Consolidated addition to on

A block or interlocking by the absence of a

to in Rule 269 is

track.

1~H. Trains between under the Time-table Rules and BN·C& S Railway.

19· I. Between C& S AT& SF Ry Rules and Time·table govern

TCS between C&S

Trinidad are W""4'';'LW of Colorado

SF MP 635.8) and Jansen, AT&SF Colorado Division

SF MP 635.8) and Jansen.

governs movements C& S Trains must secure nearest to signal

MP

mission Control Station

controls movement

19-J. At Jansen, Colorado govern operations.

19~K. Within limits D& RGW governs all

Rules and Regulations

release section signal does not crew must operate After operating movement may Operating Rule 99 to

Dual-controlled derail Steel Plant Lead. and locomotives including occupied

ABS 7072-F on Geneva Steel Plant short of any switches.

Unless otherwise follows:

assignments SLUD are

............ Track No.

" "." Any track by Yardmaster.

and others using SL UD 1 track. Switch connection South Street

Pollard r«. to Roper-Salt Lake , reading:

or structure

19~P. U. S.

while at tracks, will be under obey their instructions.

Salt Lake City, and delivery and of UP supervisors

~~A"

275

reading:

UP

engine must 100 feet past

at Restricted Speed Form C

engine is stopped by a

is evident, a member

communicate the control

his instructions.

Clearance which must repeated the control

or engine may pronext signal except train or

Rule

and communi-

proceed munication is restored control operator.

a Stop signal to communicate when preceded by a station, dearing main

as required 614 outside level on all to be made must

throw lever I points are seen to move Switches must be lined leading wheels are levers on all switches and locked.

movement over a

UP Rule 275: DUAL engine is stopped dual control switch

a member of the control

communicate his instructions. information as the route to

soon as selector position

I9-R. D&RGW crews ating and Special Operating Department,

UP Rule 104 (S): Switches

Second South for movement Grant Tower;

to passenger yard for

to passenger yard just west Provo Main.

45

PACIFIC SPECIAL must contact Tower

Lake to enter

UP Rule 804 Train,

ing leads yards must

known thai switches are

yard movements approachlead unless is is dear.

19-5. Grant Tower annunciator Street, Salt Lake City. at this annunciator:

WI' trains and engines trains & to UP UP light engines returning

tr acks the limits of the

governed by the rules and insofar as such rules the rules and instruc-

MODIF'ICATION OF RULES & DEPARTMENT.

ends of an enare on, under or must not be coupled to not be placed on the blue signals.

When emergency repair between an a blue

controls the engine must be

must be taken to protect the

64·A & 26·A:

10 be done on, under or coupled to an engine, and

or at the

at or near switch movement to the control for the

(b) Workmen must ask the remotely-controlled before the

(c) The

remotely-controlled switches will nT,nti""tlnn 'before informing the workmen

He remove the locking

is completed.

64-B & 26-B: In addition pair tracks on which carmen lock. Such tracks has given npr",",i~Qj

signals, the lead switch reworking, will locked with only after repair track

other than

in discharge of their or

ride on a track car persons must be warned insosuch equipment which

Track

ness. No officers in without the

far as of

might cause personal

386.

authority, push cars are prohibited VV11en

track

" '''~ H"'""", by

387. There must be a each person is to take

36-F~

5338 3643

36-G, Revised to the locomotive as

ceed a speed of 11;1 PH.

exceed a speed of 15

47

Revised to read In multiple locomotive for any

dead on unit,

avoid running down electrical control: .

1.

if necessary to distance or time with steps must be taken 'would result in loss of

c.

a.

d.

2.

a.

For movement of locoarea, air hoses must consist and cut out

Air test must be made

locomotive consists shop area, the

angle cocks or cut out for movemust be made

¥-'~~~ - Hot Box Detector . Lmu<;a.u", an overheated journal.

to read: Clocks CLOCK" will be

reading "STANshown in the

read: A device which

on duty, must special instructions: foreman; Outside hostlers; Signal maintenance foremen; Employes employes as may be destg-

duties require them to train movements from

Employes must know their and when found to vary 30 seconds watches must be set to correct

Revised to read: watches of em-

listed Rule must standard time

day's ""l."iJIU'f"~ who do not have

access to time must obtain from the train-

dispatcher or from an employe in who has made such

comparison.

3-A. Revised to read: pare time with their work. At first time with

are wound and running from standard lime,

must comor day's compare

10 include to indicate:

A - Automatic T_~~_I~~1

M - Manual intertocxm

letters

the station column of

include - - - Flashing Red - See

Y train order is in effect an "CONDITIONAL STOP" will be

one-half miles in When inform engineer the

A reflectorlzed the track in direction the restricted rear of train has

26. 26-A & 26-13;

Revised to of apply to trains in

must familiarize themselves Detectors. These detectors

be ~,~."."._~ HUHk'OU1,""OL,Y

that

ing,

a detector is otherwise instructed by and circuit switch must be made at for evidence

passing over rlaj'''C'I'~W

car and location in must notify

crew of train when hot of car in

train. In all cases, train must be

stopped and inspection locomotives,

cars and track are in safe ,-VHClHIVU before proceeding.

Third paragraph "A third qualified em-

will be authorized as unless otherwise

all trains in direction between the

209. Second paragraph make additional copies duplicated by use of an ""n""xo·"d in manifold. When an other copies from the from the new copies each

"When necessary to the original may be U!JH'-UUU" machine, or recopied must make

49

Modify to include and authorize the following abbreviations

may be used in train orders and other records:

ABSS - Automatic Block System

ABS - Automatic Block Signal

XOVER - Crossover

XING -

Initials for of

3 instructions are revised to read, mentioned in order must use warnclose lookout until such time

train order - DO NOT ~~= ANDMP

___ Mf UNTIL AND BE PRE-

STOP SHORT UNATTENDED RED CON-

STOP SIGN IN VICINITY OF

____ FOR EASTWARD TRAINS AND MP FOR

TRAINS VERBALLY AUTHORIZED

BEYOND SIGN BY FOREMAN IN

OF WORK OR A SIGNAL WITH YELLOW

OR LIGHT IS RECEIVED, RESTRICTED SPEED MUST BE EXCEEDED UNLESS FOREMAN VERBALLY ES A DIFFERENT SPEED, YELLOW PROCEED TO STOP SIGNS DISPLAYED ONE AND MILES IN ADVANCE OF RED CONDITIONAL SIGNS,

protection is trains, chief dispatcher order is in effect.

This order will remain in unless cancellation is when

foreman in of

location, time and has been issued foreman the time that

When Form

signs are displayed and Y train order is not in effect has not been received, such must be respected in accordance Rule lO-k the same

the train order was in been received.

of order, Maintenance

protection for Rules lO-h and lO-j

Note: Repeater Signal indicaticns

for information only.

Rule Book: Revised read: The following

appear where conditions require their use:

ABS and interlocking as practicable, are

located adjacent to or the track which they

govern.

shown in these rules are those generally used; other aUHltJH,;€U combinations may

Revised to read: "A Repealer designated by the

R" may be located in advance and indicates the aspect of

next ABS, when no color indication or a flashing red

on a Repeater it indicates the next

Employe, before track, must identify authority from the train

and limits. This operator's book as

Car Authority To employe receiving as it is repeated.

All signals

be placed in position

ing panel. Blocking must removed or

the specified limits until the employe who ,.",""'",,rl has reported in the

Before

must be that no

have been authorized in the ut:,.!!,;Ud

track car on main location and secure including time

train dispatcher's or on Form 3289 (Track repeated by the granting it

1028. Revised to read: IN CTC TERRITORY, track cars operating on the main track must be protected by Positive Stop ABS.

Track limits must extend general locations and between

Unless otherwise "positive (call) track car mation only, as to when

main track to avoid trains.

call immediately upon arrival dear his "block".

A "time only block" operate a track car to a In such case, it must be no protection will be afforded that the track car must be clear the time specified.

21.

the train dispatcher or operator or locomotive movements limits.

rather than UnlCCUHJn, if possible.

issued must be for inforof the must and

issued only when necessary to where there is no communication. the track car operator that the time limit granted and main track not later than

Craig Pueblo Pueblo Florence Canon City

Leadville Salida Glenwood

st. Grand Junction

Carbon Price

Utah Valley.................................................... Provo

Holy Cross......................................... Salt Lake City

McKay - Dee Memorial.. _ .. __ ._ .. .:..: .. ..:.. .. ..:.. . .:..: .. .:..: .. ..:.. .. ..J....;:O""g:...dc_e:....·n _

51

for care of sick or injured

T, Waskl .. Carbondale

J.M, Lamme, Jr Walsenburg

W.A. Merritt. Walsenburg

D.D. S Alamosa

Griffee, Alamosa

Duncan" Alam os a

S.D. Nichols Alamosa

W.C. .. Alamosa

................ Alamosa

B. Erickson Alamosa

N. .. Alamosa

R.P. .vAlamosa

KN. .. .. Alamosa

........... Alamosa ................ LaJara W.K Christensen, Inter.. La.Iar a

E. Manring Del.Norte

K Sheldon Del Norte

L. Barnett, Del Norte

F.D. .. Durango

C.

Johnson .. , Durango

Inter Durango

Surg Durango

Can Grand Jet

N. Brethouwer Montrose

C. R. Shaver Montrose

Chamberlain, Int. .. Montrose

R. Motley Montrose

Bennet! DeHa

Brown Hotchkiss

E. R. Orr Fruita

Munsey Moab

Murray Moab

Surg Moab

.............. Price Price Price

Inter Price

Dorman, Opthal: Price

Opto Price

Surg Price

Hanson, S Helper

Demman Helper

.................... Helper N,.M. Larson, D.D.S .... Ephraim H.B. Ephraim

.................. Manti

Stewart. Gunnison

W otley, Jr. Richfield

Groneman Springville

R. H. Nightingale Springville

N ance, Ob-Gyn. Springville Biesinger, Sg .... Springville P.E. Brockbank ... Spanish Fork Dentist P.G. HU~WC~

C.

D. Clark,

Hospital Association employes (continued).

C.M. Smith Ortho.

J.M. Carlson, Ortho ... Provo

H.D. Bees, ,. "" .. Provo

C.S. Hatch, Provo

D. E. Davis, Urol, ..

.1.R Urol

H.J. Spencer,

B. Larsen Lehi

V.

H.E. Young, Jr ..

P. Chiodo, DDS Lake

D. DDS Salt

RG. Derm Salt

A.S. Cooper, Derm Salt Lake

H. Berman, EN& T Salt Lake

R. T. Salt Lake

W.J. Haight, EN& T Salt

J.E. EN& Salt Lake

R T. Van Lake

E.N.&T.

R.O. Hummer Sall

S.D. Neff... " Salt

RP. Bigelow, Inter. G.D. Gross, Inter.

A.H. Namba, Inter Salt Lake

S.A. Lawson, Inter. Salt Lake

RW. Ward, Inter SaH Lake

W.M. Herbertson Salt Lake

Neuro,

R C. Mohr, Neuro.

G.R Neuro .. "Salt Lake

N.M. Nord,

C.B. Powell, N. Surg. Lake

P.M. Heilburn Salt Lake

N.

D.L. C.F.

R V. U"""'",LU,

Lake Lake Lake Lake .... Salt Lake

G.S. Tanner, .. Salt Lake

N.R. Beck Salt

Ortho,

for care of sick or injured

C.C. Hall.,; Salt Lake

Ortho,

J. Henrie Salt Lake

Ortho, Surg,

C.R. ., Salt Lake

D. ·L. .. Salt Lake

P&R

J.E. Hansen Salt Lake

P&R

" .... Salt Lake Lake .... Salt Lake ... Salt Lake

C.M. Parrish Salt Lake

T&C

...... Salt Lake

ADJUSTED

1>1'·40 SI)·45 :rtrj:
1 3051· 5315-
FIlOM TO 3128 5340
Denvse,,,,,,, East Portcl. ..... 1350 1350 1000 1075 1500 3
-
l.ao~rnasn '" ....... Winter ParL"", 1400 890 1050 1125 1600 4
<Bond, Tabernash "", .. 2000 1650 1950 2050 2900 6
SOnel., Toponas ""'''''',' 1350 850 1000 1075 1520 3
cih Toponas ",,"""" 1600 1050 1200 1300 1750 4
r. Pallas .. ,,"" .. " , 2850 1900 2200 2350 3350 6
HOY~(o:,,,,~,,,,,, ". Phippsburg '" 1800 1200~ 1500 2100 4
Steamboat, ,',," Haybro ""''',,'' 2850 1900 2350 3350 6
C1olg""",." ..... " Steamboat" 5200 3550 4000 4300 6000 9
Ijifcbens." '''" ,"" Energy." .. .. . .. . . 2400 1450 1750 1900 2600 6
!F:'g Swallows.. ", .... 3000 1950 2300 2500 3450 6
/;~, '.'''' '" Canon City" , 4800 3200 3600 3900 5600 6
Pueblo ", ...... , 6500 4400 5200 5600 7500 6
~9n()n.l;t' Salida" .... " ..... 2100 1400 1650 1750 2450 4
~""" ... ". Tennessee Pos s. 1800 1:200 1400 1500 2100 4
....... ...... , Tennessee Pass. 850 550 625 675 950 2
QrandJct '" Glenwood .. 2800 1850 2150 2300 3250 6
QJerlwoad,,, Minturn ..... 1950 1300 1525 1650 2300 6
G.I~nwood""", Bond ......... .... 2100 1400 1650 1750 2450 6
>G.I¢nwood .......... Mid ConL.""" 2600 1650 1950 2050 2900 2
MidCont ... Woody Cr ee k.c. 1200 800 950 1000 1400 2
1Ii###BOT_TEXT###quot;ltn Eilers .. ,," 1000 650 750 800 1150 2
8;llIrs., ....... ,.", .. , Leadville .......... 850 550 625 675 950 2
S!Jli~a Maysville .. 1100 750 850 950 1350 2
Maysville,,, /v\ono rch "' 530 340 I 400 440 620 1
f/vphl" Minnequa ........ 2000 1350tr 1750 2400 4
Iv\innequo,." .. , Walsenburg" ' 2600 1700 950 2100 2900 6
iyyolsenburg '.' . La Veto .n, 1650 1100 300 1400 1950 4
La V, Fir"" ' 800 520 600 650 950 2
iAiomosd Russell" 2700 1800 2000 2150 3050 5
Rus,ell Sierra .. 1800 1200 1400 1500 2100 4
iSj~rro ,.",,, """"'" Fir""", ...... ,., .... 1050 700 775 850 1250 3
>V\iolsenburg, Trinidad 2600 1700 1950 2100 2900 5
Trinidad. Walsenburg.". ' 2600 1700 i950 2100 2900 5
• Grand Jet " .... .. ,. lv\ounds .. ••••• >< •• 2600 1600 1900 2000 3000 6
Potash, ... ,. ..... Brendel .. 2400 1450 1750 1900 2600 6
Brendel" . . . . . , . , . Emkay.""". 1900 1200 1400 1500 2100 5
• Mounds. ..... .... Helper """ 2700 1800 2000 2150 3400 6
Helper ... , .. "" Grand JcL 2700 1800 2000 2150 3050 6
Mounds ........... , .. Columbia Jel.", 1700 1075 1250 1350 1850 3
Columbia Jet " .... Sunnyside ....... 900 550 650 700 980 2
Grand Jct: ... '''" Delta", 6500 4400 5200 5600 7500 10
Delto , . . . . . . . . . . Montrose. 2800 1850 2150 2300 3250 5
Delto ., ...... Somerset" 2800 1850 2150 2300 3250 5
Hotchkiss '" Rogers Mesa.". 5000 3350 3800 4100 6000 8 RATINGS

54

(Continued)

!
GP-30 SD-40
5341-
3001- 53B5
3026
GP-35 GP-40, SIl-45 AOJIIS
3029- 3051- 5315- MEN
fROM TO 3050 3128 5340 fACTO
Subdiv. 16 Wye .. Eosl Yard. 6000 i 4000 4700 5000 7000
Helper .. Castle Gate .. 1350 860 1050 ! L25 1520
Caslle Gate ... Kyune ..... Ii 50 725 800 900 1300 3
Kyune .. Soldier Summit 2600 , 1650 1950 2050 2900 3
Provo .. Thistle .. 3300 2150 2500 2700 3800 3
Thistle ... Soldier Sumrn!t. 1400 B90 1050 1125 1600 3
--. . ...
Provo .. Geneva ... 4500 5400 5800 8
Salt lake .. Ogden .. 4300 2900 3500 3700 5100 8
Ogden ... Salt lake ~300 2900 3500 3700 5100 8
Callan ....... ... "." Scofield ... • <> ... .. 1420 950 1150 1200 1650 3
Swfield. ... Clear- Creek .... 850 550 650 700 950 2
Midvale .... Welby. 1200 800 950 1000 1400 2
Welby .. Dalton lei .. 900 550 650 700 1350 2
Dolton .Jet .... Lead Mine ... 800 .520 600 650 950 I
Dolton Jct. Lork ........ .......... 800 520 600 650 950 I
j\AagnQ .... We 3150 2100 2450 2650 3700 3
Springville .. Santaquin 2600 1600 1900 2050 2850 5
Pearl ... ..... , .. ...... Sontoqui n ,. 2600 1600 1900 2050 2850 5
Keigley .. Bergin .. 650 I 400 470 500 700 I
Thistle ... Hilltop ..... 1800 1300 1500 1625 2100 4
Soltno .. Hilltop 2100 1800 2000 2150 3050 5 TT R

SD-7 and SD-9 units rated on a train with any other type

same as GP-9 units when used

24. SPEED TABLE
Time Per Miles Time Miles Time Per Miles
Mile Per Mile Per Mile Per
Mins. Sec. Hour Mins. Sec. Hour Mins. Sec. Hour
36 100 58 62.6 40 36.0
37 97.3 S9 61.0 42 35.3
38 94.7 60.0 44 34.6
39 92.3 02 58.0 46 34.0
40 90_0 O·:} 56.2 48 33.3
41 87.8 06 54.2 50 32.7
42 85.7 O!-l :; 2.9 52 32.1
43 83.7 10 51.4 54 31.6
44 8J .8 12 50.0 56 31.0
45 80.0 48.6 1 58 30.5
46 78.3 47.4 2 30,0
47 76.6 46_ 2 05 28.8
48 75.0 20 45.0 2 10 27.7
49 73.5 2 .) 43.9 2 15 26.7
50 72.0 42.9 2 24 25.0
51 70.6 41.9 2 30 24_0
52 69.2 28 40.9 2 45 21.8
53 ·67.9 30 40.0 3 20.0
54 66.6 32 39.1 3 30 17.1
55 65_5 34 38. 4 15.0
56 64.2 37.5 5 12_0
57 63_2 36.8 6 10.0 AVOID DAMAGE -_- SWITCH CUSTOMERS'

CARS '.mU"'~A·

Here's what

OVERS PEED Couplings are Ui..,,,VL'"'' happens

miles per hour 0 miles per hour 0 _ miles per hour 0 _ miles per hour 0 __ miles per hour 0 __ miles per hour 0 _ 5

SAFE COUPLING SPEED

Damage begins

2-1/4 times as damaging as 4 MPH 3 times as damaging as 4 MPH

times as damaging as 4 MPH

miles per hour

__ 6

times as damaging as 4 MPH limes as damaging as 4 MPH

Damage to freight or car can be avoided within the safe range - NOT WALK.

HANDLE FREIGHT CAREFULLY AND KEEP OUR CUSTOMERS!

Subdivisions:

Colorado Division:

I-A i.s 3 3-A 4 4-A 4-B 8

.4&10

· 10

· .5

· 11

· .6 ..4

· 11 12 13 13 14 10

Air Brake Operation ... Aspen Branch, operating Auxiliary lines.

Bacchus Spur, Belt Line, Bond-Craig, "Bulk" trains,

Car limits & Castle Valley

Clearances, order .....

Crossings, RR at protected by signals or

signals and . . . . . . . . ,

Crossings, RR at grade not protected by srgnals. Crossovers on 2 main tracks ..

Derails, location on main track sidings. Designation of tracks ... , ..

Doctors, association ..

Flagging, from ..... ' .

Gtlluly-Salt Lake, operating instructions Grand Junction, instructions

Helper, operating

Holidays .

Injuries, medical treatment

Joint Operations ..... ,

Locations where must not dear main track. Locomotives, d oubleheading ..

maximum speeds.

helpers in

Page 24 thru 27 . 32

37 · . 34 4, 30

· . 32

· .24 .24 thru 27 7,20 . .... 23

27 thru 29

.29,30

· 36

· 36

· 38 thru 40 .51, 52

· .. 24

· .. 33 .32, 33

· .. 33

· .. 22 .50 thru 52 · 411hl'u 45 .40

.41 . 35 .41

on 38 thru 40

Map, D&RG W RR . Centerfold

Maximum speeds, locomotives, equipment & turnouts . 35

Minturn, operating instructions . . . . . . . . . .. 32

Moffat Tunnel, location tanks and masks ... 32

operating . . . . . . . . . .31, 32

Radio, use of ..... , . . Inside back cover and page 37

Rear end cars . . . . . . . 41

Retailing, emergency equipment locations 37

Restrictions of tracks. . . . . . . . 38 thru 40

Retainers, operation ..... ' . . . 24 thru 27

Rocky Spur, operating instructions .. 4, 30, 31

Rules, Air Brake (additions, revisions, modifications , .. .46,47

Rules, Operating (additions, . 45 thru 50

Rules, Safety (additions, revisions, .45, 46

Scale Test Cars .. , . , . . 35,41

Schedules, freight trains. . 3

.4,6,7,8&14 · 23 thru 55 ........ S4

10 11 12

Malta" Leadville.

Minturn - Grand Junction Bond - Dotser o ..

Branch ..

Alamosa.

Creede Branch .. Alamosa - Antonito Durango - Silverton Monarch Spur ....

Utah Division:

.5 Grand Junction

5-A Sunnyside Branch 5-B Cane Creek Branch

6 Helper Salt Lake

6-C Pleasant

6-D Marysvale Branch. 6-E TIntic Branch ...

6-J Branch.

6-K Branch

6-L Lark Branch ..

7 Salt Lake City -

16 Montrose . .Junction-Montrose.

16-A North Fork Branch; Delta - Oliver

Page

· .7

· 16

· 16

· .8

· 16

· 17

· 18

· 18

· 19

· 19

· .9

· 15

· 1.5

INDEX

& Movement of trains

"'""'ItC:hes. position of .

spring .

erepnone numbers, emergency commercial ermessee Pass - Minturn, operating instructions .

adjusted ratings .

not shown as stations in iir,,(·-t"hIF order Form Y, conversation format onerannz instructions

scales

· 33

· .2

· 23 . 38 thru 40

· 35

.... 2

. .. 32 .53,54 .20, 21

. Inside back cover

...... 32 .. 10, 11 & 35

........ 23

4 thru 19 & 35

RULE 10-k

Verbal authorization and acknowledgments between Foremen and Engineers for trains to pass "RED Conditional Stop" signs must be worded in the following forms:

RG FOREMAN ....• AT MP .... CALLING RG (Train No.) .....

(After train answers giving his identification): (i.e.) RG Train .....

Foreman's Response

"THIS IS RG FOREMAN ..... IN CHARGE OF THE WORK BETWEEN MP . . ... AND MP ..... RG TRAIN ORDER NO. . . . . .. WE ARE IN THE CLEAR AND YOU MAY PROCEED PAST THE RED CONDITIONAL STOP SIGN AND

THROUGH THE LIMITS OF ORDER AT MPH,

REPEAT ••... MPH."'"

Engineer's Response

"THIS IS ENGINEER RG TRAIN •.... I MAY PROCEED PAST THE RED CONDITiONAL STOP SIGN AND THROUGH

THE LIMITS OF ORDER NO BETWEEN MP •....

AND MP ..... AT (Speed). REPEAT (Speed) MILES PER HOUR.~'

Foreman must acknowledge Engineer's response as follows:

RG TRAIN ORDER NO , BETWEEN MP AND

MP ••••• , ••••. MPH'" OK."

*When no speed restriction account above Form "Y" Train Order, tell train engineer "At Maximum Authorized Speed."

"Foreman's verbal authorization for train to pass "RED Conditional Stop" sign in Two or More Track territory on wh:ich trains may be authorized to operate in either direction must designate main track on which authority applies, worded in the following form:

FOREMAN'S RESPONSE

THIS IS RG FOREMAN ..... IN CHARGE OF THE WORK BETWEEN MP ..... AND MP •..•• , RG TRAIN ORDER NO. • . • •. WE ARE IN THE CLEAR OF ..•.• TRACK AND YOU MAY PROCEED PAST THE RED CONDITIONAL STOP SIGN ON ..••. TRACK AND THROUGH THE LIMITS OF ORDER AT ..•.. MPH, REPEAT ...•• MPH.

"Engineer's response and foreman's acknowledgment must indicate main track on which movement is authorized."