Timetable: Traverse City, Leelanau & Manistique - Main Line - Traverse City to Northport
Station open times from 1906.
|Station||MP from T. C.||Notes|
Notes: One first class passenger train each way, daily except Sunday in 1906. No. 90 leaves southbound from Northport at 8:00 a.m., arriving at Traverse City at 10:05 a.m. No. 91 leaves Traverse City northbound at 3:40 p.m., arriving at Northport at 5:30 p.m.
Standard clock and bulletin books were located at the Traverse City Telegraph office. Registering stations were at the Traverse City telegraph office, at the M&NE telegraph office in Traverse City, at the Hatch's Crossing telegraph office, and at the Northport Telegraph office. Yard limit boards in place at Northport. Trains must have train orders or clearance to leave terminals. M&NE tracks used under the authority of the M&NE timetable. Employees are governed by the rules of the GR&I Ry. for the government of the Transportation Department.
As of December 30, 1906, this railroad was in receivership of the Union Trust Company. J. H. P. Hughart (of the GR&I) was the Agent for the Receiver.
For passenger trains, Hatch's Crossing Bingham Sutton's Bay, Omena and Northport were stops. The other stations were flag stops.
[REF] = TCL&M Railroad timetable No. 1, December 30, 1906.
Note Key: BB=Bascule Bridge | C=Coal | CS=Car Shop | D=Open > Day | DN=Open Day and night | DS=Dispatcher | DT=Double Main Track | EH=Enginehouse | F=Diesel Fuel | HI=Half Interlocked Crossing | I=Interlocked Crossing | J=Junction | LB=Liftbridge | N=Open at night | P=Passing Track w/40' car capacity | Q=Quarry | RH=Roundhouse # stalls | RT=Railroad Resort | S=Scales | SB=Swingbridge | T=Turntable | TC=Telegraph call | W=Water | X=Crossing | Y=Wye | Yard=Yard