Learn about prototype railroad operations by timetable and train order which lasted long into the diesel and radio era and how they can be applied to model railroading.
Foreword, Introduction, pp. 1-4;
Timetables and Forms, pp. 5-10;
Train Orders, pp. 11-16;
Right of Track, Waits, pp. 17-23;
Form F Train Orders, pp. 24-29;
Form G Train Orders, pp. 30-34;
Work Orders, Forms S-H, D-H, pp. 35-38;
Forms J, K, L, M and P, pp. 39-46;
Forms D-R, D-S and T, pp. 47-52;
Forms U, V. W, X and Z, pp. 53-58;
Dispatcher Shortcuts, Timetables and Miscellaneous Items, pp. 59-66;
Some Rules, Superiority and the Timetable, pp. 67-77;
On to Charlie..Or Not?, pp. 78-84;
19 East, Copy Three, pp. 85-94;
More Train Orders and Running Extra, pp. 95-103;
The Extra 463 East..Again!, pp. 104-111;
The Tools of the Trade, pp. 112-125;
Timetable and Train Order on a Model Railroad, pp. 126-141;
TT&TO Rules and Procedures Quiz, pp. 142-155;
About the Authors, pp. 156-157;
Bibliography and Additional Information, pp. 158-160.
The Operations Special Interest Group, soft cover, 160 pages, 8.5 x 11 x .5 in., b&w and Color photographs and illustrations.