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Title Book: D.L. & W. Railroad Co. Safety Rules, Transportation Dept., 1945.
Object Name Manual, Employee
Catalog Number 2010.007.0094
Collection Hoboken Railroad Collection
Credit Museum Collections. Gift of a friend of the Museum.
Scope & Content Book: Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company. Safety Rules. Governing Employees of the Transportation Department. [Effective May, 1,1945.]

Booklet, 3-7/8" wide x 5-3/4" high, printed pasteboard cover with black spine strip, 22 pp. Ink stamped serial number inside front cover and on pg [1]: 227. Unissued. PDF on file.

See notes for text of page 3 index. Hoboken was the eastern rail terminal for the Lackawanna Railroad and one of the locations where this rule book would have been used.
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instruction / employee manual
Notes 2010.007.0094 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company. Safety Rules. Governing Employees of the Transportation Department. [Effective May, 1,1945.]

INDEX

Introduction4
Reporting Injuries5
Fooling Around5
Being Alert5
Coupling or Uncoupling Engines6
Working on or about Cars or Engines8
Getting on or off Engines or Cars10
Operating Switches11
Passenger Service11
Important Miscellaneous Rules11
Operating Brakes12
Station Employees13
Self-Propelled Tractors or TrucksIS
Power Cranes, Hoists and Tractors 15
Gases, Acids, Explosives, etc 16
Car Heaters17
At Passenger Stations 17
Fire Protection Rules 18
Dining and Buffet Cars 19

NOTICE
These rules are effective May 1, 1945. Employees to whom they apply will be furnished with a copy and are required to understand and obey them.
Officers and supervisory forces will regularly make observations and checks and take such action as may be necessary to insure compliance with the rules.
P. M. SHOEMAKER,
General Superintendent
Approved: G. J. RAY,
Vice-President

Date 1945
Year Range from 1945.0
Year Range to 1945.0
Search Terms Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad
Lackawanna Railroad
Caption front cover
Imagefile 075\20100070094.JPG
Classification Railroads
Transportation
Business & Commerce