N.P. Ry.

Tacoma Division

First Sub-Division





TACOMA DIVISION

ROBERT S. MACFARLANE, President St. Paul, Minn.
D H. KING, Superintendent Tacoma, Wash.
J. H. HERTOG, Assistant Superintendent Seattle, Wash.
W. E. BUCKLEY, Assistant Superintendent Seattle, Wash.
C. H. MOREAU, Master Mechanic Seattle, Wash.
A. STRANIK, Road Foreman of Engines Auburn, Wash.
G. A. STAEHELI, Road Foreman of Engines Auburn, Wash.
R. J. FOGEL, Road Foreman of Engines Tacoma, Wash.
E. M. OVERLIE, Trainmaster Tacoma, Wash.
L. F. WIECKING, Trainmaster Tacoma, Wash.
P. L. WESTINE, Trainmaster Everett, Wash.
F. W. COCHRAN, Trainmaster Yakima, Wash.
G. E. TRENARY, Trainmaster Auburn, Wash.
E. P. HUGHES, Trainmaster Centralia, Wash.
E. R. HANSON, Roadmaster Arlington, Wash.
C. G. STILLMAN, Chief Dispatcher Tacoma, Wash.
H. C. WEIMER, B&B Supervisor Tacoma, Wash.
B. J. WHITE, Assistant B&B Supervisor Tacoma, Wash.
J. R. MOBLEY, Assistant B&B Supervisor Seattle, Wash.
M. G. THOMPSON, Division Roadmaster Tacoma, Wash.
R. A. ROBEY, Roadmaster Auburn, Wash.
L. L. NORQUIST, Roadmaster Tacoma, Wash.
G. P. HOFFMAN, Roadmaster Seattle, Wash.
W. A. BREEDLOVE, Roadmaster Tacoma, Wash.
P. A. WILLIAMS, Roadmaster Centralia, Wash.



FIRST SUB-DIVISION (MAIN LINE).

Station No.
Teleg. Call
Day & Night
STATION
Name of Agent
Class of Station
Dist. from Yakima
1811 Ya-Km DN Yakima, 46, 63 H. A. Plith T F 0.0
1815 Sd PD Selah, 63 J. E. Pangle F X 3.8
1819 ...... P Pomona ...... * 7.2
1822 ...... P Hillside ...... * 11.3
1827 ...... P Roza ...... * 15.5
1832 On P Wymer ...... * 20.1
1836 ...... P Umtanum ...... * 24.2
1843 ...... P Thrall ...... * 31.8
1846 ...... P Holmes Spur ...... * 34.0
1848 Eb PDN Ellensburg, 9 C. A. Barr, Jr. T F 36.6
1855 Tp P Thorp ...... * 44.2
1862 ...... P Kountze ...... * 51.1
1865 ...... P Bristol ...... * 53.8
1869 ...... P Teanaway ...... * 57.6
1873 CL PDN Cle Elum, 9 C. J. Eberle T F X 61.5
1880 ...... P Nelson ...... * 67.4
1886 Ea PDN Easton, 9 R. J. Quillen T F X 74.1
1889 ...... P Cabin Creek ...... * 76.6
...... ...... P Upham ...... * 78.1
1894 Rt P Martin ...... * 82.5
1897 Si P Stampede * ...... 85.7
...... ...... ...... Cole ...... ...... ......
...... ...... ...... Borup ...... ...... ......
1904 ...... P Kennedy ...... * 90.7
...... ...... ...... Weston ...... ...... ......
1911 Dm PDN Lester H. L. Havens T F X 95.7
...... ...... ...... Hot Springs ...... ...... ......
1916 ...... ...... Nagrom ...... * 101.2
1917 ...... P Maywood ...... * 102.9
1921 ...... P Humphrey ...... * 106.8
...... ...... ...... Garibaldi ...... ...... ......
1925 Eg P Eagle Gorge ...... * 110.4
1928 ...... P Lemolo ...... * 113.8
1932 ...... P Palmer Jct., 9 ...... * 117.1
A 1 Gr PDN Kanaskat, 9 Mrs. N. J. Johnson T F X 118.2
A 7 La P Ravensdale ...... * 124.2
A 8 ...... P Henry's Switch, 47 ...... * 125.2
A 14 ...... P Covington ...... * 131.1
...... ...... ...... Wynaco ...... ...... ......
A 22 Gv P East Auburn ...... * 138.5
CF 9 Au-Ay PDN Auburn, 9, 21, 46 G. C. Armstrong T F X 139.4



EXPLANATIONS OF CHARACTERS USED

These lettesr are combined as may be necessary, for example: "T F X" means Tickets, Freight and Express. Freight must not be way-billed to statsion designated as "*" (prepaid stations), unless the charges are fully prepaid. Consult Nor. Pac. Tariff 112-J and subsequent issues thereof.

In connection with each statsion is shown the station number, telegraph call, whether day and night telegraph office, or day only, "D. N." denoting day and night telegraph office, and "D" day only. Stations, at which telephones are located for the use of trainment are indicated by letter "P."

The distances given in the list of stations are the time card mileage and are measured to and from the depots and not from initial or junction point of track.

Freight Stations are designated ...... F
Ticket Stations are designated ......T
Express Offices are designated ...... X
Prepaid Stations are designated ...... *



CONNECTIONS WITH OTHER ROADS

Opposite junction stations numerals are given, which, by reference to the following table will designate the names of the roads radiating from such stations. The sign () shown after the numeral which is used to designate the name of a road indicates that, with the road so designated, connection is made over the track of another road. The () sign indicates that the road has no track connection, direct or indirect, with the Northern Pacific at that point.

9 ...... Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific R. R. Co.
21 ...... Great Northern Ry. Co.
46 ...... Union Pacific R. R. Co.
47 ...... Pacific Coast R. R. Co.



Author: John A. Phillips, III. Title: Tacoma Division First Sub-Division. URL: www.netcom.com/~whstlpnk/firstsub.html.

© March 20, 2002

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