|TONOPAH AND GOLDFIELD R.R. Co.|
BULLFROG-GOLDFIELD R.R. Co.
TIME TABLE NO. 7
Effective 12:01 AM. Thursday December 5th, 1907
|AM 11:17||PM 5:15||Rhyolite||0.0||AM 10:20||PM 4:20|
|AM 10:57||4:55||PM 5:00||Beatty||7.3||10:40||AM 10:45||PM 4:40|
|3:25||Bonnie Claire||45.4||PM 12:10|
|1:55||AM 10:40||Goldfield||AM 6:35|
|PM 12:55||AM 9:40||Columbia Jct.||109.3||AM 7:30||PM 2:50|
Las Vegas & Tonopah trains have right over trains of the same class of Bullfrog-Goldfield at Beatty Wye Crossing and crossing three-quarters mile west of Gold Center. Trains of Bullfrog-Goldfield Railroad have right over trains of Las Vegas & Tonopah Railroad at crossing five miles east of Cuprite.
All trains will stop within 300 feet of all crossings and sound one long blast of the engine whistle before proceeding.
|J. F. Hedden|
|W. B. Bartholomew|
Time Table courtesy of David T. Sprau
Interestingly, the combined T&T Timetable #5 of the same date does not show the two additional T&T Passenger Trains scheduled over the BG tracks.
The 10:45 AM T&T arrival would depart at 10:58 AM. The T&T Rhyolite departure of 4:20 PM would become the connecting south departure over the T&T, leaving at 5:00 PM.
These 'trains' with different schedule numbering moved to the BG depot at Rhyolite, thus providing a second timely service to Rhyolite over the BG and not occupying trackage at Beatty. The scheduled trip time was 20 minutes.
The main 'Through Service' was UP [North] in the morning and DOWN [South] in the afternoon.