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Railroads use timetables to provide information to employees and passengers alike. Public timetables typically provide arrival and departure times of passenger trains. Employee timetables, while providing train schedules, also contain information about the territory the employees operate over. Some of this information includes: station names & locations, maximum speeds, radio frequencies, signal aspects & indications, and other special instructions.
Like the Montana Rail Link, The I&M Rail Link divided their railroad into numbered subdivisions. Timetable #2, dated October 26, 1997, listed six subdivisions and two spurs. The Subdivisions and their limits are outlined below.
RULE 4.3: Timetable
The timetable provided on this site is for general information only and not for the government of railroad employees.