|Title||Menu: Erie (Lackawanna Railroad or Railway Co.) Dining Car Menu. No date, circa 1968-1971.|
|Collection||Hoboken Railroad Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Jeffrey T. Schultz, ex-collection Ed Schmidt.|
|Scope & Content||
Menu: Erie (Lackawanna Railroad or Railway Co.) Dining Car Menu. No date, circa 1968-1971.
Single leaf, 7-1/4" high x 8" wide folded to 4" wide; printed bond paper (not coverstock).
Produced in Hoboken where the Dining Car Department was headquartered. Based on prices it appears to be from the 1968-1971 period; dining car service was only offered on long distance trains and that service ended in early 1971.
Text on page : PLEASE ORDER ENTREE BY LETTER AND WRITE ON MEAL CHECK EACH ITEM DESIRED, AS WAITERS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO ACCEPT OR SERVE ORAL ORDERS.
An extra charge of 50c per person will be made for meals served outside of Dining Car. This service is subject to delay during meal periods.
Prices shown subject to Sales Tax where applicable.
IT WILL BE A PLEASURE TO SERVE ANY DISH NOT LISTED IF IT IS AVAILABLE.
WE SOLICIT YOUR USE OF THE DINING CAR FACILITIES FOR BEVERAGE SERVICE BEFORE AND AFTER MEAL PERIODS WHEN TAVERN LOUNGE IS NOT AVAILABLE.
YOUR COMMENTS AND SUGGESTIONS ABOUT OUR DINING SERVICE WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.
Arthur L. Elwyn Supt. of Dining Cars. Passenger Terminal, Hoboken, N.J.
Parents may share their portion with children without additional charge, or half portion served at half price to children under ten years of age.
For Members of our Armed Services holding Government Meal Orders we offer a special dinner. Please consult Waiter-in-Charge.
2010.007.0002 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company. Rules of the Operating Department. Effective April 27, 1952.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Order Putting Rules Into Effect 5
General Notice 6
General Rules 7
Letter Symbols Used as Signs18
Standard Time 19
Color Signals 22
Hand, Flag and Lamp Signals 23
Engine Whistle Signals27
Train Signals 30
Use of Signals 39
Superiority of Trains 41
Movement of Trains and Engines 41
Instructions on Rule 99 48
Rules for Movement of Trains by Train Order69
Forms of Train Orders:
Fixed Meeting Point for Opposing Trains---------------- 80
Directing a Train to Pass or Run Ahead of Another Train
Giving Right Over an Opposing Train 81
Giving Right Over Another Train in the Same
Time Orders 83
For Sections 84
Extra Trains 86
Work Extra 86
Holding Order 89
Annulling a Schedule or a Section 89
Annulling an Order 90
Annulling Part of an Order 90
Superseding an Order or a Part of an Order 90
Issuance of a New Timetable ..91
Providing for a Movement Against the Current of Traffic 91
Providing for the Use of a Section of Two Tracks or More Tracks as Single Track 92
Clearance Form "A" 93
Clearance Form "B" 94
Train Order Blank "19" 95
Rules Governing the Movement of Trains or Engines with The Current of Traffic on Two or More Tracks by Block Signals 96
Rules Governing the Movement of Trains or Engines on Reversible Tracks by Block Signals 97
Rules Governing Movements in Centralized Traffic
Control (CTC) Territory 98
Fixed Signals 101
Automatic Block System Rules 122
Automatic Block System Rules, Enginemen and
Absolute Permissive Block System 123
Preliminary-Overlap Block System 124
Position Light Telephone Train Order Signal 124
Automatic Block System Rules, General 125
Automatic Cab Signal Rules 127
Dual Control Switches 130
Electrically Locked, Hand Operated Switches 132
Emergency Signals at Interlocking Stations and Other Designated Points (Whistle or Horn) 133
Engine and Train Crews 140
Signal Maintainers 143
Additional General Rules:
Air Brakes 144
Regulating Steam Heat and Air Conditioning on Passenger Trains 149
Personal Injuries 152
Hours of Service 155
Railroad Radio Communication 156
Highway Grade Crossing Protection 159
Temporary Slow Order 161
Permanent Slow-Speed Signs 162
Special Protection of Trains, Bridges, Wires and Tracks 163
General Regulations for Employees:
Road Foremen of Engines165
Chief Train Dispatchers166
Train Dispatchers 166
Yardmasters and Assistant Yardmasters168
Towermen and Operators171
Conductors and Switch Foremen174
Freight Conductors and Switch Foremen177
Trainmen and Flagmen180
Enginemen and Firemen182
Switchmen and Switchtenders185
Maintenance of Way and Structures Department-
General Foremen of Bridges and Buildings194
Bridge and Building Foremen195
Signal Supervisors 196
Assistant Signal Supervisors197
Division Electrical Supervisors198
Electric Traction Catenary Supervisor198
Electric Traction Power Dispatchers199
Electric Traction Substation Supervisor200
Engineer of Communication201
Telegraph and Telephone Foremen201
|Year Range from||1968|
|Year Range to||1971|
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