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|Maps and Drawings include system maps, drawings of interlockings and other engineering drawings.
|Employee Materials include employee timetables, training materials, rule books, special operating instructions and other materials printed for the employee.
|Paperwork includes all kinds of forms, envelopes, and pulp debris that makes a railroad run.
|Passenger Timetables and Public Info has the paperwork that was printed for public consumption. This includes the monthly newspaper/letters that while not just for the public, was aimed as much at the public as the employee.
|Bits and Pieces is where the "Stuff" winds up. Stuff like wax seals, the band that holds the paper that protects the seatback from your hair, locks, lanterns and all that kind of stuff
Not categorized by railroad.
|Books. This is where scans of entire books or manuals end up. These are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format, so you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to access these files. I recommend that you download these files as some of them are quite huge.
1-1-71, Block Stations and Interlockings for the Harrisburg Division, Eastern Region
CTC Millersburg PA to Dauphin PA
CTC Sunbury PA to Millersburg PA
CTC Sunbury PA to Northumberland PA
Enola Eastbound Classification Yard
Enola Westbound Receiving and Classification Yard
System Map The Katy around 1970.
System Map A pull out map from some book that included timetables. Map is dated 12-12-29
System Map A pull out map from some book (could be from the same book as above) that included timetables. Map is dated 04-29
Eastern Region No.1 4-28-68
Central Region No.1 4-28-68
Eastern Region No.9 12-15-72 This is interesting as this is when the PC started using re-fillable notebook type covers. The later timetables were issued as just pages. I have No.11 still in the cellophane.
C.T. 400 Rules for Conducting Transportation 4-28-68
G-12 A lined book with an A-Z index
C. & S. 23 Rev. Special Instructions, Requisites, and Specifications Governing Construction and Tests of Signals and Interlockings. Whooeee what a mouthful.
S7-A Safety rules effective 7-1-68
PC Report a monthly newsletter to the employees. One page and not for non-employees as the PC Post was. Dated 1-7-72.
Safety Poster Watch for V.M. A safety campaign but damned if I can remember what it was.
Eastern Region No.23 The last timetable issued before the demise of the PRR and the forming of the PC. 4-30-67
10-29-67 Eastern Region, Chesapeake Division, Washington Yard, Timetable #15
C.T. 400 Book of Rules 10-28-56
C.T. 404 Supplemental Instructions to Operating, Signal and Interlocking Rules 9-26-48
C.T. 405 Special Instructions Governing Operation of Signals and Interlockings.
C.T. 290 R2 Electrical Operating Instructions 3-01-60
C.E. 78 Specifications for Construction and Maintenance of Track (someday gotta scan the whole thing. What a reference for modelers)
S-7-C R2 Safety Rules Maintenance of Way and Structures Employees 11-01-57
Enola Operations Special Instructions Governing Humping Operations Effective 12-15-62
129-D-1 Air Brake Examination Questions and Answers for Locomotive Enginemen, Firemen, Hostlers, Conductors and Trainmen 3-01-61
General Rules for employees not otherwise subject to C.T. 400.
Northern Division No.4 4-2-61
Eastern Region No.47 Trenton, London and Toronto Terminals Divisions 4-30-67
Eastern Region No.57 Smith Falls, Sudbury and Schreiber Divisions 4-30-67
Great Lakes Region No.39 Southwestern Ontario Area including Norfolk and Western St. Thomas Division 4-28-68
Great Lakes Region No.41 Northern Ontario Area 4-25-65
Great Lakes Region No.67 Toronto Area including Toronto Terminals Railway
Order 1119 from Cly tower 4-9-71
Order 1617 from Cly tower 5-18-69
Form A for order 1119
Form 19 A pad of blank forms. The mighty form 19 controlled all train movements.
Form 172 Rail pass request
Form 572 Violations report
Form 572 Violations report flip side
Form 1246 Clearance message
Form 1540 Report to shippers
Form 1560 Agent's transmittal of loss and damage claim
Form 2102 Injured employee 10 day report
Form 2534 Uniform order bill of lading
Form 2534 The fine print of the bill of lading. Large file so you can read it.
Form 1975R2 Freight Bill
C.T. 80 One of the cards no Conductor wants to get. This one tells him he has a car loaded with explosives.
C.T. 191 Call slip
C.T. 544 Record of explosives and other dangerous articles
F.I. 268 Local and Joint Passenger Tariff
G. 49a Mailing Tag
G 202 rev Interoffice envelope
Letterhead PRR Letterhead
Danger Will Robinson Some of the warning placards that were included with the paperwork. These were smaller versions (3.5" to 4" on a side) of the placard used on the car.
Order 410 for a steam excursion trip 10-22-66
Order 32 for a steam excursion 9-10-66
Form A The accompanying form that details how many Form 19s have been issued from the dispatcher at that time.
Form 19 Order 440 from Toronto Yard 1-16-68
Form A for the above Form 19
Maryland and Pennsylvania
Form 19 Order 1 from York 10-7-69
Form A for the above order
4-28-68 New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis
4-28-68 New York, Philadelphia, Wilmington, Baltimore, Washington
4-28-68 Philadelphia, Wilmington, Baltimore, Washington
4-28-68 Washington, Philadelphia, Boston
4-28-68 SEPTA Timetable Harrisburg, Lancaster, Downingtown Philadelphia
PC Post Magazine 12-72
1-13-52 Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Roanoke
4-30-67 New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Chicago, St. Louis, Washington
10-29-67 New York, Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Johnstown, Pittsburgh
Pennsy Magazine 1-1-67
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PC and PRR wax seals
PRR and PC Signal Department Locks
REA Routing Guide
Strap use to fasten and protect the edge of the paper at the top of the seatbacks
A sign hung near a railroad telephone
A no trespassing sign. Brand new so I don't know where it might have hung.
Association of American Railroads Pamphlet No. 14
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Time Book
Diagram of the Walschaert valve gear taken from the book "The Walschaert and Other Modern Radial Valve Gears for Locomotives" written by W.W. Wood in 1912
Penn Central belt buckle. Not an official buckle but one that was available when you could buy your belts and buckles separately. I must have worn this more than 15 years.
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These are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format, so you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to access these files. I recommend that you download these files as some of them are quite huge.
E-44 Operators Manual
GP-35 Operators Manual