Employee Timetables govern the day-to-day operation of the railroad, giving information about stations, mileposts, speed limits, equipment restrictions, and more. They were provided only to employees for the performance of their duties, and were typically not seen by the travelling public or by freight customers. They're an excellent source of information when researching routes, stations, and train schedules.
Note: As much as the above timetables may look out of order, the Joint Line timetables are strange. 5-May-1963 is the first number 1, and then they run in order up to #6. After that comes another #1 on 5-Jan-1977, and the numbers again increment up to #4. The third (and final) #1 comes on 27-Oct-1985. I have no explanation for the odd number sequence.
|Pueblo Div #14||2-Mar-1958||10 (9.5"x10.5")|