Time Table #3
Hand Modified Time Table as Effective Sept. 19, 1907

Date Stamped
Pencil Changes Shown In RED

TONOPAH AND TIDEWATER RAILROAD
TIME TABLE NO.3
 
To take effect 12:01 AM Sept. 1st. 1907
This supersedes Time Table No. 2 Dated May 26th, 1907

 
NORTHBOUND
First Class
SOUTHBOUND
First Class
No. 1
Mixed
Daily
Distance
From
Ludlow
 
STATIONS
 
Distance
From
Leeland
No. 2
Mixed
Daily
Lv.6:30AM0LUDLOW144Ar.3:50PM
6:55"12BROADWELL1323:05"
7:15"21MESQUITE1282:45"
7:25"25CRUCERO1192:32"
7:45"29RASOR1152:25"
7:57"33SODA LAKE1112:15"
8:20"42BERRY1021:55"
8:50"49SILVER LAKE951:40"
9:15"58RIGGS8612:55"
9:35"65VALJEAN7912:40"
10:00"74DUMONT7012:10"
10:10"78SPERRY6612:10PM
10:40"87TECOPA5711:45AM
11:00"91ZABRISKIE5311:35"
11:15"96SHOSHONE4811:15"
11:45"109EVELYN3510:35"
12:30PM121DEATH VALLEY JCT.2310:00"
Ar.1:00PM128LILA C.30Lv.9:00AM
133SCRANTON11
144LEELAND0
 
-SPECIAL RULES-
 
Northbound trains are superior to trains of same class in opposite direction.
 
Work trains and all Extras must protect themselves against trains No. 1 and No. 2
 
Trains must not exceed 30 miles per hour between Ludlow and Death Valley Jct.

 
W. W. Cahill
Asst. Superintendent
Ludlow, Cal.

 
John Ryan
Gen'l Superintendent
Ludlow, Cal

 
On Sept. 19th, 1907, this time table was pencil corrected
to show the extension of the T&T to Leeland.

 
Time Table #3a

 

This document courtesy of   Johns' Western Gallery

 

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