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D&RGW Utah Division Employee Timetables

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This page was last updated on November 21, 2014.

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D&RGW's Utah lines were covered by the Salt Lake Division (Helper to Ogden) and the Grand Junction Division (Salida to Helper) from (???) to April 1961.

In April 1961, the Utah Division was created from the Salt Lake Division and a portion (Grand Junction to Helper) of the Grand Junction Division, and the Colorado Division was created from the Pueblo Division, the Pueblo (Moffat) Division, and a portion (Salida to Grand Junction) of the Grand Junction Division.

In January 1972, The system timetable was created, consisting of Colorado and Utah divisions.

Grand Junction Division Timetables

Grand Junction Division Timetable 107, June 19, 1932
Grand Junction Division Timetable 108
Grand Junction Division Timetable 109, June 17, 1934
Grand Junction Division Timetable 110
Grand Junction Division Timetable 111, July 5, 1936, included the following:

Grand Junction Division Timetable 114, January 1, 1938
Grand Junction Division Timetable 117, June 11, 1939
Grand Junction Division Timetable 118, September 24, 1939
Grand Junction Division Timetable 119, June 2, 1940
Grand Junction Division Timetable 120, February 2, 1941
Grand Junction Division Timetable 121, November 16, 1941
Grand Junction Division Timetable 122, July 5, 1942
Grand Junction Division Timetable 124, January 16, 1944
Grand Junction Division Timetable 125, December 1, 1944
Grand Junction Division Timetable 127, October 14, 1945
Grand Junction Division Timetable 128, March 31, 1946
Grand Junction Division Timetable 129, June 2, 1946
Grand Junction Division Timetable 130, June 8, 1947
Grand Junction Division Timetable 130A, June 9, 1947

Grand Junction Division Timetable 131, May 30, 1948

Grand Junction Division Timetable 132, October 10, 1948
Grand Junction Division Timetable 133, March 20, 1949
Grand Junction Division Timetable 134, March 26, 1950

Grand Junction Division Timetable 135, January 1, 1951

Grand Junction Division Timetable 136, July 6, 1952
Grand Junction Division Timetable 137, January 11, 1953
Grand Junction Division Timetable 138, March 7, 1948
Grand Junction Division Timetable 139, September 5, 1954
Grand Junction Division Timetable 140, April 24, 1955
Grand Junction Division Timetable 141, September 25, 1955
Grand Junction Division Timetable 142, December 30, 1956
Grand Junction Division Timetable 143, August 3, 1958
Grand Junction Division Timetable 144, December 28, 1958
Grand Junction Division Timetable 145, December 28, 1958
Grand Junction Division Timetable 146, April 24, 1960

Salt Lake Division Timetables

Salt Lake Division Timetable 117, December 4, 1938, included the following:

Salt Lake Division Timetable 118, June 11, 1939
Salt Lake Division Timetable 119, June 2, 1940
Salt Lake Division Timetable 122, July 5, 1942, Castle Valley Branch *not* shown
Salt Lake Division Timetable 128, March 31, 1946
Salt Lake Division Timetable 129, June 2, 1946, shows the Park City Branch and San Pete Valley Branch
Salt Lake Division Timetable 130, June 8, 1947, Park City Branch *not* shown
Salt Lake Division Timetable 131, May 30, 1948, San Pete Valley Branch *not* shown
Salt Lake Division Timetable 132, October 10, 1948
Salt Lake Division Timetable 133, March 20, 1949

Salt Lake Division Timetable 134, March 26, 1950
Salt Lake Division Timetable 135, July 1, 1951
Salt Lake Division Timetable 136, July 6, 1952
Salt Lake Division Timetable 137, March 7, 1954
Salt Lake Division Timetable 138, April 24, 1955
Salt Lake Division Timetable 139, September 22, 1957, shows Spring Canyon Branch

Salt Lake Division Timetable 140, August 3, 1958
Salt Lake Division Timetable 141, October 25, 1959
Salt Lake Division Timetable 142, October 24, 1960

Utah Division Timetables

Utah Division Timetable 1, April 16, 1961

Combined the Salt Lake Division, and part of the Grand Junction Division.

Included the following from the former Grand Junction Division:

Included the following from the former Salt Lake Division:

Utah Division Timetable 2, July 1, 1962
Utah Division Timetable 3, April 28, 1963

Utah Division Timetable 4, November 1, 1964

Utah Division Timetable 5, October 1, 1965

Utah Division Timetable 5A, January 9, 1966
Utah Division Timetable 6, May 15, 1966

Utah Division Timetable 7, June 1, 1967

Utah Division Timetable 8, October 6, 1968

Utah Division Timetable 9, April 19, 1970

D&RGW System Timetables

D&RGW System Timetable 1, January 1, 1972

Combined both Colorado Division and Utah Division, including the following:

Utah Division made up of the following subdivisions:

D&RGW System Timetable 2, January 1, 1974

D&RGW System Timetable 3, January 1, 1977

D&RGW System Timetable 4, February 24, 1980

D&RGW System Timetable 5, April 25, 1983

D&RGW System Timetable 6, October 30, 1983

D&RGW System Timetable 7, May 4, 1986

D&RGW System Timetable 8, May 15, 1988

SP Central Region Timetables

On May 1, 1989, SP combined the operating departments of both SP and D&RGW. (Pacific RailNews, Issue 310, September 1989, page 10)

On October 9, 1989, SP reorganized its operating department to include the former D&RGW. The new Western Region included Portland south to Yuma, Az., including all of Oregon and California, and part of Nevada to Carlin. The new Central Region included the line from Carlin east to Helper, Utah, and continued east to Herington, Kansas, including all of the D&RGW lines in Colorado. The new Central Region included a new Salt Lake Division (from Carlin to Helper) and a new Denver Division (from Helper east to Herington). (Pacific RailNews, Issue 313, December 1989, pages 13-14)

SP Central Region Timetable 1, November 11, 1990

Sources

Scott Meier's D&RGW Employee Timetables

Nathan Holmes' D&RGW Employee Timetables

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