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Full text of "The history of bus transportation between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland / submitted by John M. Kemper"

RY OF BUS THAI ION BSTWKEI 
. TOJ, D. C ! , -.aiL-'SD 



Submitted by 

John M. Keapos 

For Initiation 

Into 

The Maryl-nd Beta Copter of Tau Bet- ri 
December 13 , 193*1- 



SUMMARY 

fh* Motor Transportation Comp ny the first 

Company to est a bus tr ..t ti m of jay kind 

between Washington, D. C. :nd B-ltiir.ore, Karyla&d. This 
line operated bet-.een Laurel, Maryland raid S avage, it. ry- 
Ind, a distance of , raxia tely three miles, ;ad subse- 
quently extended their service to Hy-tte^ville, Marylind. 
This co. lt , ny eat olished in the year, 193A» by Mr. 

Geor_e Musgr,ve of Lurel, Maryland, .>ho then foresaw the 
I . r j t pos ibilities of the motor bus. The project as not 
successful, however, and ;.a-- discontinued to ...void bank- 
ruptcy. 

Sometime later, t ,o ...ore li ec; „ere ia.u nr:.ted, 
one of which r^n between Elk Ridge, Maryl.nd ,.nd Baltimore, 
^ad fin lly extended thru £ ; e ;.nd Laurel. The other 

company operated ous tr a port at ion bet -eea L--nsd;a,ne, 
Maryl nd, nd B Itlmore _nd a- finally t ken over by the 
Uiited -nd Electric Rall.y of B-ltimore. 

On July 29, 1925, the Washington Motor Coach 
Company started a thru service from W as :in. ton to Bltimore. 
On the next day, the 7-n Dyke Lines alftO in u. ur:tod : .rvice. 
These companies ere failures, no.ever, and ere pure a. sed 
by the Red St r Lines. This Line ao more successful 

than the former, nd : old their interest to Fr.nk Fageol, 
who operated until 19 26, at *hich tisue the co. ,.ny &as 
acquired by the Peoples lapid Tr nsit Co&,j .ny, 1 o purca.ser 








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of the Sll< 


: Ridge-L urel Compjay. 


> The Peoples 


R pid Tra&sit 


continued 


to operate until December 19<i9 t whtm they I 


vere 


forced to 


sell to the Greyhound 


Line- 








During the period froa 1914 to 19^9, 


, other 




co:i.. ~niea 


*ere in .u ur&ted. On 


July 1, 1925, 


the Washington 


Railway and Electric Company st. 


rted buses operating 


between 


Beltsville 


i nd Laurel, jad h:.ve 


since then continued 


their 


service e 


i far -s W ..shington. 


The Kevin Bub 


Li. a 1 , 


opera* 



ting under the n;.me of the Hevin Atl.ntic Lines, between 

aington nd Baltimore, started to operate eo:..eti,.e in the 
year 192S und h ve been operating since th^t time, although 
they -ere forced into b.n:ruptcy nd -ere subee uently in- 
corporated under the Nevin Midland Line. In November 1929, 
the Chester V lley Bus Lines extended their service thru 
Washington B&d Bltimore, nd .ere followed closely by the 
Great E ;tern Stages, .vho started oper:tin line over thlfl 
same route on January 30, 193°* The remaining line opera- 
ting between Washington ...nd B..=ltiaore, is the Sashing ton 
Rapid Transit C mpany, which operates its buses over the 
Columbia Pike via Ellicot City ind the otier small to ns 
bet eon Washington nd Baltimore. 



THE BISTORT OF BUS TRANSPORTATION BETWEEN 
WASHINGTON, D. C. ASD BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 

The first attempt to establish bus transportation 
of any kind between the cities of Washington, D. 0. and 
Baltiniore, Maryland sas in the year 191^» In that year a 
bus under the name of the Motor T Transportation Co.. .puny 
received a charter to operate durin the month of April. 
It carried pas: en era from Laurel, Maryland to a point 
approximately three miles north on the Washin; ton-Boltimore 
B oulevard to Savage, Maryland. Sbortly tnereafter this 
company established service between Laurel and Hyattesville. 

Mr. George Musgrave, a long-time resident of 
Laurel, Maryland, foresaw the possibilities of the motor 
bus for interurban transportation, and was responsible for 
the organization of the Motor Transportation ompany. He 
was also president of that Company. However the public 
had not at that time been educated to the advantages of bus 
transportation, and the original project failed. T ae public 
had become so accustomed to travel by rail, that it was 
reluctant to cfian, e to t.ie bus, I 1 9 at the time was in 
its experimental sta, ; e. Consequently, only a relatively 
small proportion of curanxiters made use of this new metaod 
of transportation, and since trie revenues derived were 
insufficient to meet operation and maintenance, the enter- 
prise was abandoned to avoid co plete bankruptcy of those 
o were f inane in; it. 



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The next effort to establish bus transportation 
on the Washington-Baltimore Boulevard, was t e inaugur- 
atlon of a bus line between Elk Rid t e, Maryland, a small 
town on the outskirts of B altimore and the city of 
B altimore nd between Lansdowne, Maryland, and Baltimore. 
T hese were separate lines, however, the former being owned 
and operated by the Seaotz B rot hers, who sub m uently 
extended their service to Savage and Laurel, Maryland. T he 
Lans&aane -Baltimore line was owned by a Mr. Hoyle. 

Tae first bus line of major importance was sug- 
gested on J uly 29, 19 2 5t when Mr. Leon Arnold, no,; oper- 
ating the Wash in ton-Maryland-Tf irginia B us Lines, or aniz- 
ed the Washington, Motor C oach ompany, and inaugurated 
thru bus service from Washington, S • G . to B altimore, 
Maryland. On the following July 30, 19^5 , the Tan Dyke 
Lines, a B uffalo, Sew York, concern also inaugurated 
service- T. hese companies operated until July 1, 19 26, 
when taey were taken over by the R ed Star Lines, a 
company that hud been operating extensively in the East. 
T he enterprise did not arove to be a success and the R ed 
Star Lines sold the Washington-B altimore division to 
Frank Fageol, manufacturer of Fageol buses. Leon Arnold 
was employed to Manage the line for Fageol, and continued 
in that capacity until the company agaia changed hands. 
The F ageol enterprise was also unsuccessful, but continued 
to operate on a schedule sufficient to hold its franchise 

the Peoples Rapid T ransit C ompany was incorpo- 



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rated on August 21, 1925, by the Mitten Interests in 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It sas this company that 
purchased the Fageol interests, as well as those of the 
S chotz Brothers. T hese purchases were consumated in 
1922. T he consideration for the purchase of the Fageol 
franchise by the Peoples R apid transit Company was 
$ 50,000. Prior to the purchase of the Fageol and Schotz 
interests, the Peoples R apid Transit actually operated 
buses between Washington and Baltimore- Prior to the 
purchase of the Schotz interests by the Peoples S apid 
Transit, no thru line between Wash in ton and Baltimore 
bad intra-state privlle ea, but by purchasing the interests 
of the Schotz Brothers, which was e d entirely in 
intra-state transportation, the Peoples Rapid Transit 
became the first thru bus company having intra-state rights, 
and these were restricted to the Laurel-Baltimore section. 
The P copies Rapid Transit continued operation as such, 
until December, 1929, when it was sold to the Pennsylvania 
Greyhound Lines. It probably should be here stated that 
the affairs of the Peoples Rapid Transit Company were in 
such -hape that it Mi forced to sell. 

The Pennsylvania Greyhound Lines Incorporated on 
October 2, 1923, under the name of Pennsylvania General 
Transit Company, but on September 10, 193 1» changed its 
name to the Pennsylvania Grey, ound Iran it Company. This 
company has been successful, and tne Peoples Rapid Transit 
is now one of ei^ht subriduary companies operating under 



Jfe, 

the name of Pennsylvania Greyuound. Durin:, toe period from 
VJlk to 1929, other bus lines betv;ean Washington and 
Baltimore were established. The company operated by a Ux, 
Hoyle was taken over by the United and Electric Rail.; ay of 
Baltimore, Maryland, and is still operating. 

The 'flashing ton Railway and .Electric Company, which 
formerly operated electric street car service from Washington 
to Laurel, abandoned the Be It cv ills -Laurel division on July 
1, 1925, and substituted buoes. T till company merged with 
the Capitol T ran sit Company to form the Capitol Transit 
Company on December 1, 1933 * and is now operating buses 
from Washington to Laurel. The Wash in ton Railway and 
Electric Company hel.J permits authorizing it to operate as 
far as Laurel, and these permits are now used by the Capitol 
Transit Company. The Capitol Transit is the only company 
to have -intranstate privile; es from Washington to Laurel on 
the Washington-Baltimore Boulevard, while the Greyhound 
Lines have similar privileges from Laurel to Baltimore. 

The Great Eastern Stages, which formerly was the 
Great La'.:e Stares, be ...an operations between W;_shin ton, D. C. 
and Baltimore on January 30, 1930* This company has been 
operating for a lo&g time in various parts of the country, 
but it was not until 1930 that its schedule service included 
Washington jid Baltimore. 

In Hovember, 1929, the Chester Valley Bus Lines, 
which had been operating in various ptttta of the country 
since 1925, extended its lines tnru Washington and 



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Baltimore. It has no local Was. .in- ton and Baltimore 
service, however. It merely included t is route as a part 
of ita through service to points sout^ of Waanin u .ton. In 
1930, the Coastal Transit Company purchased the Ghester 
Valley under fchfl saat of the Short Line of Pennsylvania, 
an operating n .r:e for the Coastal Transit Company. 

In April, 1926, to* Hevin Bus Linos *M incorpo- 
rated under the laws df the State of Hew Jersey. This 
was a parent company for various rmb^idu-ry lines, one of 

sh was the Hevin Atlantic Lines, Incorporated, o per tin. 
between Washington and Baltimore over the Was in.: ton- 
Baltimore Boulevard. e Kevin Atlantic Line started 
operating sometime in 19^S» but on liay 19, 193**-, it went 
into bankruptcy because of the failure of t;:eir insurance 
company to pay daaagci claims ree. siting twom an accident. 
On Au u-t 30, 193^» however, it was a^ain incorporated 
under the name of t ; e Hevin Midi Jid Lines 

Four of t/.e bus lines o^eratin,. between Washington 
and Baltimore have previously been enuueratsd. T he fifth 
Li.ie operatiu- between these cities is the Washington Rapid 
Transit Company. This company haa intra-state right a over 
the entire route, but does not 0j3rs.t3 over the Washin ton- 
Baltimore Boulevard, as do the corupanios ..entioned. The 
Rapid Transit operates its buses over the Columbia Pike 
via EUicot City and the other small towns betr/een Ifca in ton 
and Baltimore. Yhis company feaj been operating successfully 
and profitably for so fie time. 



RSqUI. . .TS FOB ATIOH 
At the ti:.e Motor 3us Tranaporation had its 
inception under the laws of t. e State of Maryland, it 
was necessary to obtain a frafl a to operate. The law, 
however, was later amended and under exist in .statute, 
co ponies operating otor buses in the State of Maryland 
are required only to obtain an operating permit throu 
the Public Service Commission of Maryland. Companies 

rating within the District of Columbia are also required 
to obtain a permit from the D. C. Public Utilities 
Commission. lac c fc¥ la required to ho.ve it 3 equipment 
inspected and approved each yd_.r in order to avoid 
revocation of its operating licen. e. fox regulation 
,. overnin , control and operati m of Motor Vehicles ope± 
for public use in the State of Maryland, see the attached 
Order, Hu^ber 12lS^ of .Public Service Comdsaion of 
Maryland, effective January 1, 192^. 

IMPROVEMENTS OF BU-E3, TERMINALS, ETC. 
then the first bu inor duced on the iug- 
ton-B..ltiu:ore 3 I'.ev.rd, the ro d consisted of uoncrete an4 
asphalt. Since tb.t time, impro? events a.ve been ■«!• on 
this hi; h y, but it is -ill lly the •aat us it 1 a* 

t time. Shoulders B v = B*«B ^--ced on t.,is ro .d so tn„t 
it is nos forty feet vide the entire tap from Wasnin r ,ton to 
B-.ltiroore. Soue of the most d--.n:erous curves r, ve ,-.lso 
been removed, -fjid maaf of the rou t h plaoas smoothed out bo 
that it is one of tne ftaaat i y in tnis vicinity. 



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It is interesting to note tit tbt spaed limit of auto- 

mobiles has only been r load five miles an hour since 
191^- 

At trie ares nt ti.-.e the Greyhound Line-^ parob oly 
havi t-.ne be?t equipment of any eoBpaay operating between 
Was :hin ton and Baltimore. Their buses re manufactured 
by the General Motor Com. any, . nd re con true ted :.ith e 
every modern imr movement* Their Termini in Baltimore, 
completed in Hovejiber 15, 193^» is classified as one of 
the largest SB t complete of ;.ny ever constructed. 
The Washington Terminal, opened on June d$ t 1933 » is also 
one of the finest in the city of W, shin, ton. They ure at 
this time constructing b ne.. r 3 iofl they expect to 
complete in April 1935»*hich sill coat $1.-6,000. 

The equipment of the Short Lines, ..hile not as 
c ;J l3te as the Greyhound, is ~lso very modern. This is 
especially true of the buses .vhich are air-de by the 3hite 
Manufacturing Company :.nd contin every convenience hich 
may be offered to the pssen^era. 

The Kevin Mid nd Line ?e probably the poorest 
equipment and service of any lines operating over the 
lashin.-ton-B-.ltirr.ore Bojlev.rd. Their buae ■ con 1st of 
various different mikes ^nd a very fee of 7.hich are as 
new and fully e ui _;ped s the Greyhound, Short Line, or the 
Capitol Tr n it Company. The 1 tter, ;oever, only oper- 
ate as far .-.s Laurel, ." ryl nd, nd of course, taeir buses 

re not re uired to be s 1 ixgs or dependable as the 
companies ■ tX - 1 r ; e trips. 



1IBLI IT OF IWOEMATIOI OBTAINED 

1. Mr. Geor.e Musgrave of Laurel, Maryland, Pioneer in 
Bus Transportation. 

2. St. L. C. Major, Was.-in.-ton, D. C , Regional Manager 
of the Greyhound Lines. 

3* Mr. William Beard, Washin,. ton, D. C. , City Pas^en^er 
Agent for the Greyhound Lines. 

4. Mr. Christopher £. Haumann, Secretary to Colonel 
Wiekes, Consult in, Engineer of Public 3ervice 
Commission in Baltimore, Maryland. 

5« Mr. Smith, Washington, D. C. , of Snort Line Terminal. 

6. Public Utilities of the District of Columbia. 

7. Ass i stoat to Mr. Mei„-ban of National Association of 
£uf Operators. 

5. Mr. Langhly, Connected with Short Lines of Pennsylvania, 
Incorporated. 

9. Mr. C, A. Lustig, of the Capitol Tranoit Company. 



CONSOLIDATED TIME TABLE 

CORRECTED TO SEPTEMBER .Itllh, 1934 



CONSOLIDATED TIME TABLE 

CORRECTED TO SEPTUM BFR Mtth. !SH 



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P.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. P.M 



12.01 
2 .35 

5.1$ 



12.01 
2.35 .... 
5.15 



9 .OS 9 .05 



9.15 

H 

a 

z 

1 
11.15 



1.20 
1.55 
?-M 
3.23 

6.00 



6.10 

I 

9. IB 



9.30 
9.30 



10 .50 
1.25 

1.35 

2.M 

2.28 

3.00 



11.59 



3.05 
f , 



4.25 



6.55 



A.M 



A.M.PJU. A.M. 



STATIONS 



P.M, P.M 



8.00 



™W_J 11.60 



7.30 

f 

- 

- 

9.50 

"n'.sa 

1 .40 

2.26 



12.50 



1 .30 
2.20 
4.35 

* . 



+ 

6.05 
6.45 



S.15 

7.30 



5 .35 9 .50 



9.00 
9 ,40 



12.10 



8.00 10,00 12,01 2.00 6.00 10.00 

8.40 10.40 

8.55 10.55 

10.25 12.26 



12,40 | 
12.55 
2.25 , 



11 .40 I .40 , 3.40 



2.40 
2,55 
4.25 



12.30 

6 .40 10 .40 ' 1 ,10 
6.55 10.55 ] .26 
8.25 12.26 2.50 

9.40 



12.01 

12.01 
2.05 ' 



2.30 
2,30 
4 .45 



4.00 
4.00 
6.05 


6.00 
6.00 



1.40 



I F ! i I 

4 .00 g .00 9 .55 1 .50 



10.00 2.00 
10 .00 i 2 .00 
12.05 



3,16 
5.46 



4 .05 

4.44 

4.6S 

5, SO 



8,05 10.05 1 ,50 ' 5,60 



2 .29 6 ,29 
6.43 



8,44 
8.58 



10 .44 
10. 48 



1.30 5.15 



4.30 
7,40 | 
8.15 



8.30 
1.37 
2.05 



9 .25 1 3 ,20 



. 9 .30 11 .30 



2.43 
3.15 







7.16 



4.00 



4.15 
4.15 



7.30 
7,30 
9.35 



i.:S" 

7.50 11 .'30 



7.55 



P 



9.15 



I 



Lv Bangor .Me. Ar 

Lv Augusta.—,, " Lv 

Lv Portland " Ar 

BOSTON, MASS. 
Ar Berkshire Bus Terminal Lv 

251 Tremont Street 
Ar Park Square Terminal Lv 

36 Park Square 



BOSTON. MASS. 

Lv 251 Tremont Street Mas*. 

Lv Park Square Terminal 
36 Park Square 

Lv Framingham _ .. . " 

Lv Worcester " 

Lv Hartford Conn . 

Lv Pawtucket R,[ . 

Lv Brockton ..Mass . 

Lv Taunton " 

Lv Providence R .1 . 



Lv Willlmantic 

Lv New London . 
Lv Saybronk. ...... 

Lv New Haven ., 
Lv Bridgeport.. 



Conn . 



NEW YORK. N. 

Ar Dliie Bus Terminal 

241 W. 4 2nd Street 



Ar 
Ar 

Lv 

Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 



N.Y. Lv 



10.30 



1 

9.20 
8.55 l 
8.20 [ 
6.50 . 



10.10 



8.30 
6.50 



4.43 

3.52 



4.43 

3.52 



I .10 



NEW YORK, N. 

Lv Dlile Bus Terminal 

241 W. 42nd Street 

Lv Newark 

Lv Elizabeth 

Lv Trenton . 



.N.J. 



PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Ar Quaker City Terminal ..... .Pa . 

1311 Arch Street 



Ar 12.10 12.20 

Lv 11 .30 

Lv 11.15 

I,v 9.46 

Lv 8.30 9.00 



PA. 



PHILADELPHIA, 

Lv Quaker City Terminal » 

Hotel Venditf Terminal .„,„_ 

Lv Oxford " 

WILMINGTON, DEL , 

Lv Short Line Terminal „...Del , 

Wih and West Streets 

BALTIMORE. MD . 
Ar Short Line Terminal Md . 

23 N. Liberty Street 



4.30 
4.15 
2.45 



8.00 8.55 12.55 



Ar 
Ar 
Lv 



Lv 6.10 



Lv ; 4.25 



6.45 11.00 



J 



11 .35 

12.09 

12 .28 

I .00 



BALTIMORE. MD. 

Lv Short Line Terminal Md . 

23 N. Liberty Street 
Lv Laurel. 



Lv University of Md ,.,.. " 

WASHINGTON, D .<' . 

Ar Capital Bui Terminal D .C , 

633 F Street, N. W. 



Ar 

Lv 
Lv 

Lv 



3.00 



B.15 



11 .30 



..-„, a .os 

4,10 



BALTIMORE. MD . 

Lv Short Line Terminal „.Md . 

23 N . Liberty Street 

Lv Colonial Beach ._.Va , 

Lv Ft . Eustls Junction " 

Ar Newport News _ " 

NORFOLK. VA . 
Ar Union Bus Terminal Va , Lv 

129 W. City Hail Avenue 



*r 



Lv 

Lv 

Lv 



8.50 



8.16 
8.02 



P.M, 



P .M . P ,M 



12 1,0 12 .10 I 12 .10 

S.15 



/ 
8. IS 



6.16 



6.15 

4.45 

2.20 

A . 



1 .06 
12.30 



7.50 



8.15 



P.M. P.M. P.M. 

7.20 ~^~ 

4.35 

1 .55 



10.00 



7.50 



6.50 
6.20 
4.10 

- 
V* 

2.60 
2.20 



9 .50 II .50 



6.50 
6.20 
4 .10 

t\ . 

I 

- 



-_' .L'll 



1 1 .50 



9.05 



5.15 



4.00 
A 

H 

z 

2.30 
12.45 



10.40 
9.60 



6.56 i 8.50 



4.30 
2.05 



12.30 
11.50 



3.10 10.10 11 .20 2.10 5.45 8.46 



7.30 
7.15 

5,45 

4.30 



9.30 f 

9.15 

7.46 

■ -30 I 8 .00 



4.00 



6.15 
4 !2tl 



„ | 



1 .30 

1.15 

II .45 

10.30 



12.01 2.15 4.00 



1O.0U 
TJM 

1 



5.05 
4.60 
3,25 

2.15 



1.45 
li .50 

9.45 



8.06 
7.50 
6.25 

5.15 



6.00 



3.45 
1.25 



11,55 



11.16 
11.02 



1.31 3.16 
1.17 3.02 



5.16 
5.02 



9.40 1.20 



9 .01 F 

8 .47 P 



7.30 10.30 



12.45 2.30 4.30 8.16 12.01 



1.00 

9.55 



5.00 9.30 . 

I .55 6 .25 ... 

10.46 ' 3.15 L 

10. 00 2.30 ., 

8.45 1.15 . 



4.30 



5.29 
6.10 



,. 11 .45 

,. 12.42 
..' 1 .22 

J 2.45 



4.10 



5.00 
5.50 



7.20 



9,30 



10.29 
11.10 



1 L* . 10 



WASHINGTON, D.C. 

Lv Capital Bus Terrrlnal D ,C . 

S33 F Street, N. W. 

Lv Triangle. . „__._.Va . 

Lv Fredericksburg " 

RICHMOND, VA. 
Ar Union Bus Terminal Va . 

412 E . Broad Street 



Ar 



Lv 
Lv 



Lv 



2.45 



1.48 
1.08 



It .45 



11.41 
11.00 



.. 9.30 



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a 

i 


00 














a 






1 



10.55 



9.56 
9.15 



7.45 



9.10 
10.46 

I! .17 



11.52 

12,33 



1.00 



11 .30 



i 



I.- 



4.80 

5.55 
6.J2 
6.50 



7.35 

9.00 
9 17 
9.40 



8.06 10.55 



- - 



3.00 

4.00 
5.34 
6.30 
7.45 
6.36 
7.15 i 



8.00 

9.05 
10.41 
11.40 

t ,00 
11.50 
12.18 



7.45 1.00 



12,45 

2.09 
2.27 
3.05 

4.10 



1.00 

2.05 
3.41 
4.40 
6.00 
4.45 
5.18 

6.00 



RICHMOND. VA. 

LvUnion Bos Terminal Va . 

412 E. Broad Sir, -ft 

Lv Williamsburg ... ,. ... — u 

L»L» Hall " 

Ar Newport News.. 



Ar 11.00 



NORFOLK, VA . 

Ar Union Bus Terminal „Va . 

129 W . City Hall Avenue 



Lv 
Lv 
Lv 



9.35 
9. IS 
S.40 



Lv 7.20 



VA. 



..Va. 



- 

5 



I 

12.25 
,J 1 .25 



8,15 

i 

1 



9.30 



9.50 
12.30 



A.M. P.M.. P.M.I P.M 



RICHMOND, 
Lv Union Bus Depot 

112 E. Broad Street 

Lv Petersubrg 

Lv South HilL 

Ar Henderson .., — , 

Ar Durham _ " 

Lv Henderson ._ ..„ " 

Lv Wake Forest .._ " 

RALEIGH, N.C. 
Ar Union Bus Station _,N .C . 

Martin and McDiwoll Streets 



_.N ,C . 



8.30 

il 

u 

4.11 

4.26 

■ 



8.05 



8.15 
10.20 



12.15 



1.15 

2.30 
4.00 
6,16 
7.55 
9.15 
■ 



V 

11 .no 



A.M 



1.30 



3 .Or. 
5.45 



11 .45 
* 



1.35 

3.20 

3.30 
5.40 

7.35 



8.30 

9.45 
11.16 
1 .50 
3.10 
4.45 
T 



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6.50 



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2.30 

T 
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5 



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4- 

2.16 



6.30 



7,00 



8.35 
11.15 



RALEIGH, N . C . 

Lv Union Bus Station . „ N .C . 

Martin and McDowell Streets 
Lv Goldsboro- 



T 

1.35 



3.20 



3.30 
6.40 



. 7.35 



9.00 

V 



T 
4.30 
5.10 



P.M 



8.30 

9.45 
11.15 
1 .50 
3.10 
4 .45 
M 



V 

6.50 



9.00 



4 .30 
5,10 



c. 

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Ar Wilmington 

CHARLESTON, S 
Ar Short Line Terminal..,.., 

381 King Street 

Lv Charleston... ~— .... " 

Lv Cumdefl ^ ... " 

Lv Columbia " 

Ar Augusta.,..-,...- .,..-„„Ga , 

ATLANTA, C.A . 
Ar Short Line Terminal Ga, 

182 Spring Street, N ,W . 

Lv Walterboro .S.C. 

SAVANNAH, GA . 
Ar Union Bus Terminal - — Ga . 

Ill Bull Street 

Lv Savannah - " 

Lv Brunswick, ,..—.., ,. * l 

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 
Ar Short Line Terminal _ Fla . 

105 Julia Street 



JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 

Lv Short Line Terminal _™ Fla . 

105 Julia Avenue 

Lv St . Augustine .— . " 

Lv Daytona Beach.,- ««, *' 

Lv Melborne. ....,„„ .-. — " 

Lv Fort Pierce " 

Lv West Palm Beach ...._ " 

Lv Gainesville.. , . " 

Lv Ocola — .. " 

Lv Dunnfllan .... ,.- " 

Lv Tampa.. 



Ar St. Petersburg, .. 

Lv Bradenton.—.. 

Lv Sarasota 

Lv Venice 

Lv Fort Myers.. 



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MIAMI, FLA. 

Ar Short Line Terminal ... Fla . 

171 N . E . 1st Street 



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8,40 
7.30 
6.10 
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5.00 
4.30 



11.59 



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1.30 
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1 1. 25 

9.20 

7,15 



5.20 
4 .00 

2.05 
12.50 
11.10 

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7.45 

6.41 

6.23 
5.40 

4.30 



7.15 

6.10 
4.31 

3.20 
2.00 
3.15 
2,30 

2.00 



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5.40 
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11 .30 



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BEAD OP 



Daily 
P.M. 



9.16 

6.00 



6.10 



3. 15 



9.80 
9.30 
9.50 
9.58 
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J 

I 

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> 

10.02 

F 
10.19 
10.29 

F 
10 .BO 



F 
11 .29 
11.48 

F 
II -V 
12.03 
I2,1S|< 
12.25 
12.40 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 



1.25 



t .15 



1 ,SK 
2.09 
2.14 

F 
2.23 
2.311 
2.35 

3.00 



Daily 
P.M. 



11 .59 

0.56 



8.00 
T.40 
7.30 

8.40 
8.65 



Daily 
A.M. 



10.00 
9.40 
9.30 

10.40 
10 .56 



a.9.40 iil I .lli 



10.85 
10.30 

Mo 

11.25 
11.40 



12.01 
12.01 

12.20 
12.28 
12.32 
12.43 

1.03 
P 
1-20 
I .28 
1 .35 
I .47 
m ,55 
2.05 
2.20 
2.35 
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P.M 



4.00 



4.05 

F 
4.25 
4 ,39 
4.44 

F 
4.SS 
6.00 
It .OS 

6.30 



P.M 



12.25 

12.30 

Mo 

I .25 
1.40 



2 .311 
2.30 

,00 

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09 5 

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P.M, 



DaiJy 
P.M. 



12.01 

11.40 

ii .no 



12.40 

12.55 

Hi .40 

2.25 
2.30 

Mo 

3.2.". 
3.-10 



Daily 
P.M, 



4.00 
4.00 
4.20 
4.28 
4.32 
4.43 
5.03 
F 
5.20 
6.28 
5.35 
5.47 
rt5 .65 
6.06 
G.20 
6.35 
7.05 



3 



8.00 



8.05 

F 
8.25 

8.39 
8.44 

F 
8.58 
9.00 
9.05 

9.30 



2.00 
1 .40 
1.30 



2.40 

2.55 

R3.40 

4.25 
4.30 

Mo 

5.25 
5.40 



e.oo 

6.00 

6.20 
6.28 



6.32 

F 
6.49 
6.59 

F 
7.20 



F 
7.59 
8.13 

F 
8.29 
8.33 
R8.45 
8.55 
9,10 

F 

F 

F 

F 

P 



P.M 



9.55 



10 .05 

P 
10.25 
10.39 
10.44 

F 
10.48 

11 .00 
11.05 

11.30 



P.M. 



Dally 
A.M. 



7.30 
6.35 



6.00 
5.40 
G.30 



6.40 

6.65 
R7.40 

8.25 

8.30 

Mo 

9.2S 
9.40 



Dail 



ST. 



12.30 

9.60 



10.00 
10.00 
10. iii 
10.28 
10.32 
10.43 
11 .09 

F 
11.20 
11.28 
11 .35 

11 .47 
Rll .55 

12.05 
12.20 

12 .35 

i .oo 



£ 



1 

C 



1.50 



1.50 

F 

2.10 
2.24 
2.29 

F 
2.43 
2.45 
2,60 

3.15 



A.M 



10.00 
9.40 
9.30 



10.40 
10.55 

all. 40 

12.25 
12,30 

Mo 

1,26 

1 .40 



2.00 

2.00 

2.15 
2.23 

V 

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a 

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I 

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P 
V 



a. 27 

F 

2.44 
2,64 

p 

3.16 



F 

3,50 
4.02 

F 
4.19 
4.22 
R4.S5 
4.45 
5.00 

F 

F 

F 

P 



5.46 



5.60 

P 

G.10 
G.24 
6.29 
F 
6.43 
6.46 
6,60 

T.16 



A.M 



Daily 
P.M. 



3.30 
12.10 



12.30 
12.10 
12.01 



1.10 

1.25 

R2.10 

2,50 
2,65 

Mo 

3.45 
4.00 



4.15 
4.15 
4.30 

F 

V 

■3 
Q 



J 
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Daily 
A.M. 



P 
P 

F 

F 

F 

5,30 



F 
F 
P 
P 
P 
F 
R6.45 
6.55 
F 
F 
F 
F 
F 
F 



7.60 



7.55 

F 
P 
F 
P 
F 
P 
F 
P 

9.16 



A.M. 



8.13 
8.33 
F 
8.50 
8.58 
9.05 
9,17 
9.25 
9.85 
9.50 
10.06 
10.35 



STATIONS 



Lv Bosion Mm .Ar 

Ar New iork Clly ,„N .Y .Lv 






11.30 



11.36 

P 
11.55 
12.09 
12.14 

F 
12.28 
12.30 
12.35 

1 .00 



P.M, 



NEW YORK CITY 
LvDlx.eT G r.241W.42dSt. Ar 

Lv Aator Bus Terminal ......Ar 

Lv Herald Square Term, ...Ar 

B6th and Sixth Ave. 
NEWARK. N.J. 
Ar Marti Bub Terminal .._Lv 

1180 Raymond Blvd. 

Lv Elizabeth N .J . Lv 

276 N . Broad St . " Lv 
Lv New BnmawirkJcl ." Ar 
Lv TRENTON, N J. 

Centra] Bub Terminal Lv 
Lv Morriaville. ........ .Pa . Lv 

Camden N -J . 

Camden Steam . Airy . Lv 

PHILADELPHIA, PA . 

ArTheShortL.U,&ErieAv. Lv 

Ar Quaker Clly Term . Lv 

1311 Arch Sir,. i-l 

— PHH.ADF.LPH1A. PA . 

Lv Quaker Clly Terminal Ar 
Lv Hotel Vendig Ar 

Lv 69th Street Terminal Ar 

Lv Lftnsdowne. , Pa . Lv 

Lv Clifton Heights.... " Lv 

Lv Media.. " Lv 

Lv Painter'e C . Rda . " Lv 
Lv Long wo <>il Gardena" Lv 
Lv KenneM Square " Lv 

Lv A vondale " Lv 

Lv West Grove " Lv 

Lv Lincoln University'* Lv 
Ar Oxford . . _., . " Lv 

Lv Oxford „ _. ■' Ar 

Lv Rising Sun Md . Lv 

Lv Conowlngo... n Lv 

Lv Bel Air _ " Lv 

Lv Overlea. ■■ Lv 



Lv Darby . 



..Pa. 



Lv Norwood 

Lv Cheater " Lv 

Lv Marcus Book ...... " Lv 

Lv Claymont.. M Lv 

Lv WILMINGTON. DEL .Lv 
Short Line Term . I,v 

llth and West Streets 

Lv Glasgow..- Del . Lv 

LvElkton Md 

Lv Northeast " 

Lv Charleston....^^. " 
Lv Peiryvllle 



Lv Havre de Grace 

Ar Aberdeen 

Lv Aberdeen.. _ 

Lv Ahington..., „ 

Lv Van Bibber.. ....„ 

Lv Bradsliaw 

Lv White Marsh 

Lv Golden Ring...... 

Lv RoaedeU? „. 



BALTIMORE. MD. 
Ar Short Line Term . Lv 

23 N . Liberty at Fayette St , 

BALTIMORE, MD. 
Lv Short Line Term , Ar 

23 N . Liberty at Fayette St . 
Lv Eaton Md . Lv 



Lv Elkrldge 

Lv Savage _. 

Lv laurel. ...... 

Lv Belts ville . 



Lv University of Md 

Lv Hyattsville 

Lv Mount Rainier. 

WASHINGTON, D,C. 
Ar Capital Rue Terminal Lv 
833 F St., N.W.Oth & P Sta.) 

(opposite The Hecbt Co.) 



Daily 



9.40 
12.20 



12.10 

11.30 

11.15 

RIO .30 

9.45 
9.40 

Mo 

8.45 
8.80 



8.00 

7.40 
7.32 



J 

i 

i 



7,28 

F 
7,11 
7.01 

F 
6.40 



F 
6.06 
5.53 

F 

F 
B.38 
6.26 
6.20 
5.05 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 



4.26 



4.20 

F 
F 
F 
F 
P 
F 
P 
F 

3.00 # 



A.M 



Daily 
P.M. 



10.10 
1.10 



12. 2U 

t 



.2 



9.00 



8.55 

8.30 
8.23 
8.1!l 
8.08 
7.42 
7,28 
7.23 
7.13 
7.0E 
6.52 
6.45 



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A.M 



Daily 
P.M. 



6.10 



4.30 
4.15 

K3.30 

2.45 
2.40 

Mo 

1 .45 
1 .30 



12.55 

12.35 
12.27 
12.23 
12.12 
11.52 
P 

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11.27 
11.20 
11.08 
11.00 
KIO.EO 
10,35 
10.20 
9.56 



t 



a 



1 





8.55 



8.60 

F 
8.30 
8.21 
8.16 

F 
8.02 
S.OO 
T.65 

7.30 



A.M 



Daily 
A.M. 



6.15 
9.50 



s.io 



7,30 
7.15 

R0.30 

6.40 

6.40 

Mo 

4.45 
4,30 



4.00 

3.40 
3.32 

A 

■i 

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J 

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3.2S 

F 
3.11 
3.01 

F 
2.40 



P 
2.01 
1.47 

F 
1.30 
1 .27 
1.15 

HI .05 
12.60 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 



Daily 
A, 64 . 



7.60 
11 .50 



10.10 



9.30 
9.15 

KB .30 

7.45 
7.40 

Mo 

6.45 
6,30 



6. IS 

5.55 
6.47 

6.43 
5.32 
6.12 

P 
4.56 
4.47 
4 .40 
4.28 
4.20 
R4 ,10 
3.55 
3.40 
3.10 



Dully 
A.M. 



7.50 
11.50 



11.20 
A 

I 

a 

I 
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8.00 



1.30 

1.16 

nt2.30 

II .45 
II .40 

Mo 

10.46 
10.30 



i 



M 

c 



12.01 



11.66 

F 
11.35 
11.21 
11.16 

F 
11.02 
11.00 
10.65 

10.30 



A.M 



2.10 

F 
1 .60 
l.Sll 
I .31 

F 
1.17 
1.15 
1,10 



7.45 

7.25 
7.17 
A 

■3 

C 

i 

I 

I 



* 



7.13 

F 
6 66 
6.46 

P 

6.25 



F 

5.48 
5.35 

F 
5.20 
5.17 
5.05 
4.55 
4.40 

F 

F 

P 

F 

F 



4.00 



3.56 

P 
3.3S 

3.21 
3.16 

F 
3.02 
3.00 

2.55 



12.45+ 2.30 



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F" .M 



Dully 

A.M. 



2.10 



A .M .—Light Pace Type . P .M .—Bold Face Type . CA— Via Camden 

R— Rest Stop . F— Flag Stop . Mo— Via Morriaville 

NOTICE — All Seata on South Bound Coaches Leaving New York must be reserved (.reservations not made at any other point .) 

All Time Shown Is Standard Time 



10.00 

9 .40 
9.32 
9.28 
9.17 

8. 57 
F 
8.40 
8.32 
8.26 
8.13 
8.05 
R7 .65 
7.40 
7.25 
6.55 



Daily 
P.M. 



4.00 
6.56 



6.45 



5 .05 

4.50 

B4 .05 

3.26 
CA 

2.30 

CA 
2.15 



1.45 

1.25 
1.17 
1 .13 
1.02 
12.42 

F 
12.26 
12.17 
12.10 
II .58 
II .50 
nil .in 
II .25 
11 .10 
10.40" 



A 



6 



6.00 



5.5S 

F 
5.35 

5.21 
5,16 
F 
5.02 
5.00 
4 .55 

4 .30 



P.M 



■I 

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I 





9.45 



9.40 

F 
9.20 
9 .06 
9.01 

P 
8.47 
8.45 
H .10 



P.M 



Daily 
P.M. 



6.10 

8. 60 



8.46 



8.05 

7.50 

1(7 .06 

6.25 
6.20 

Mo 

5.30 
6.16 



5.00 



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A.M. 


A.M. 


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P.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


A . M 


A.M. 




4.30 


4.45 
5.33 
5.51 

P 

F 
5.21 

F 

F 
6.36 
0.52 

F 

F 

P 

7.18 
7.55 

P 

P 

F 
8.31 

F 

F 

F 

F 

RS .54 


9.30 

P 

P 

P 

F 
10 29 

F 

P 

F 
11.10 

F 

F 

F 

12.40 

1 .00 

I .45 

2-05 

P 

F 
2. ill 

F 

P 
2.45 
3.08 

F 

F 

F 

B8.30 

3.41 

P 

P 

F 
4.17 

F 

P 

F 

F 
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11.15 

11.56 

12.10 

F 

P 

1 2 .32 

F 

F 

12.46 

1 ,08 

F 

F 

P 

1.37 

1,37 

F 

F 

F 

2.13 

F 

F 

P 

F 

2.35 


8.00 

8.45 

9.06 

F 

P 

9.29 

F 

F 

9.46 

10 .08 

F 

F 

F 

10.36 

10.41 

P 

P 

F 

11.17 

P 

F 

P 

F 

Bll .40 


11.45 

F 

F 

F 

F 
12.42 

F 

F 

F 
1.22 

F 

F 

F 
2.45 
3.00 
3.40 
4.00 

F 

F 
4.24 

P 

F 
4.40 
5.02 

F 

F 

F 
6.29 
6.34 

F 

P 

F 
6.09 

F 

F 

F 

P 
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12.40 

F 

F 

F 

F 
11.41 

F 

F 

F 
11.00 

F 

F 

F 
9.30 
9.00 
8.26 
8.06 

F 

F 
7,43 

F 

F 
7.29 
7.07 

F 

F 

F 

6.38 

B6.33 

F 

P 

F 
6.57 

F 

P 

P 

F 
6.35 


12.45 
12.01 

11.40 

F 

F 
11. IB 

F 

F 
11.00 
10 .48 

P 

F 

P 
10.16 
10.10 

F 

p 

F 
9.30 

F 

P 

F 

F 
9.00 


4.20 

3.32 
3.14 

F 

F 
2.44 

F 

F 

2.29 
2.13 

F 

P 

F 
LI .47 
LI .17 

P 

F 

P 

12.11 

F 
F 

P 

F 

12.18 


10.55 
F 
P 

I 

9.56 

T 

F 

F 
9.15 

F 

F 

F 
7.45 
7.15 
6.30 
6.10 

F 

p 

6.45 

F 

F 
5.29 
6.05 

F 

P 

F 

4.31 

It 1 .26 

F 

F 

F 
3.45 

F 

P 

P 

F 
3.20 


2.45 
F 
F 
F 
F 

1.48 

F 

F 

F 

12.50 

F 

F 

F 

11.45 

11.30 

10.35 

10.15 

P 

F 

9.50 

F 

F 

9.34 

9.11 

P 

P 

F 

8.40 

8.32 

F 

F 

F 

7.53 

F 

F 

F 

F 

7.30 


4.20 
3.36 
3.20 

F 

F 
2.57 

F 

F 
2.42 
2.20 

F 

F 

F 

1.50 
1.45 

F 

F 

F 
1.07 

F 

F 

P 

F 
12.45 




P 
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Lv. Woodbridge _ 


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6.29 
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Lv, Triangle — 

Lv . ,\ti hi ii Tavern 


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6.10 
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Lv . Canoe] Church... 


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7.40 

8. 15 

8.50 

9.10 

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Ar. RICHMOND 

Lv. RICHMOND ___ 

Lv . Hopewell....... ... 

Lv . Petersburg.... ..,.,-- 


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411 
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P 

9.33 

F 

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T 




4# 


S 5 


Ar. South Kill 


■ 4 


M Oi 




Lv . South Hill ~ 


RK 


c IS 


F 

F 
F 


Lv . Steel Bridge 

Lv . Palmer Springs 
Lv. Win*.. , 


41 

...:.n x 


3 S 






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F 




u 




F 




M 




r 

p 

Kll .17 


Lv . Middlcburg... 

Lv . Greyatone 

Ar . HENDERSON __ 






V 


8.55 

9.10 
10.00 


4.50 
5.05 

e.oo 


2.40 

2. 55 
4.00 


11.50 

12.05 

1.00 


6.35 

6.50 
7.46 


Lv . HENDERSON. 

Lv . Oxford ,, 

Ar. DURHAM 


la 

M 


Ar, 
Lv. 
Lv. 


t 


kH .56 
8.35 
7.45 


H.12.10 

11.50 
11.00 


S3 .10 
2.50 

2.00 


B.7.2S 
7.05 
G.10 


12.40 
12 .20 
11.30 


If 


11 .52 
F 

12.16 

12 27 


8.54 

F 
9.22 
9.31 

9.37 
F 
F 

io .lot 


4.45 
P 

4.69 
5.08 
6.18 

F 

P 
6.00 


2.40 

F 

3, OS 

3.20 
3.30 

F 

F 
4.00 


1 1 .40 

F 
11.58 
12.08 
12.18 

P 

P 
1.00 


6.36 

P 
6.59 
7.09 
7.15 

F 

F 
7.46 


Lv. HENDERSON 

Lv. Franklinton 


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ii 

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Ar. 
Lv, 
Lv. 
Lv. 
Lv. 
Lv. 
Lv, 
Lv. 


5.85 

F 

6.11 
6.01 
4.56 

F 

F 
4.30 


its .65 

F 
8.30 
8.21 
8.16 

F 

F 
7.46 


B12.13 

F 

11.45 

11.36 

11.30 

F 

F 

til .00 


R3.I5 

F 
2.48 
2.39 
2. SO 

F 

F 
2.00 


K7.36 

F 
6.68 
6.47 
6.40 

F 

F 
6.16 


ill 2 .39 

F 
12 .14 

F 
11 .57 

F 

F 
11 .30 


-•i 
"1 


12 .33 


Lv . Wake Forest 


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£ S 


p 




41 




V 

1.00 


Lv. Mill brook 

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A.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


A.M. 








A.M, 


A.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


1 P.M. 





p 

F 
F 
F 
F 
F 
2.30 I 
R2.20 
2.05 
F 
F 
F 
P 
F 



1.25 



1.20 



F 
F 
P 
P 
F 
F 

12.01 



A.M. 



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Table No. 3 



«KAD If 



Daily 
P.M. 


Dally 
P.M. 


Daily 
P.M. 


Daily 
A.M. 


Dally 
A.M. 


STATIONS 


Daily 
A.M. 


Daily 
P.M. 


Dally 
P.M. 


Dally 
P.M. 


Daily 
P.M. 


6.15 
5 40 


7.00 
T.2S 
7.45 
7,56 

F 

HB .30 

8.35 

9.05 

9.30 

9.45 

10.12 

10.35 

11 .16 


1.30 
1.55 

2.20 

2.30 

F 

R3.00 
3.05 
3.30 
2. 36 
4.08 
4.32 
4,55 

J, 5 .15 


11.30 
11.65 
12.20 

1 2 .30 

P 

1 .00 


8. 16 
8.40 
9.00 
9.10 

F 

R9.45 

9.50 

10 .20 

10.45 

ii. oo 

11.33 
11.60 
12.30 


T„ Raleigh 


N.C. 


Ar 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Ar 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 


8.60 
8.27 
8.10 

s .m 

7.48 
7.30 


12.15 

11.49 

11.80 

11.20 

11.07 

10.45 

xlO.40 

10 .10 

9.45 

9.30 

9.02 

8.40 

8.00 


3.00 
2.34 
2.15 
2.05 
1 .52 
1.30 


5. IS 

4 .65 
4.35 
4.25 
4.12 
3.45 
R3.40 
3.05 
2.45 
2.30 
2.02 
1 .40 
1.00 


10.15 

9.50 




Lv Smirhfielrt , 


" 


9.30 






1* 


9.20 






" 


9.07 


6.45 




H 


8.40 


I.v Goldeboro 

Lv Mt. Olive. 


It 


R8.35 
8.05 

7.45 




Lv Kenansvflla „.,..■■,,, 


7.30 
7.02 
6.40 












it 


6.00 












♦7.46 
8.15 
8.40 
9.05 
9.30 
9.35 
10.10 
11.03 
11.38 
12.20 
12.30 


G.16 
6.45 
F 
7.40 
8.05 
8.10 
8.45 
9.40 

10 .IS 

11 .08 
■ 1,15 






Lv Wilmington., 


t* 


Ar 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 


11 .16 

10.45 
F 
9.65 
9.30 
9.25 
8.50 
7.57 
7.22 
6.40 
6,30 






i.l 2 .30 
12.01 

F 

11 .20 

10.55 

10.50 

10.20 

9.16 

8.80 

7.40 

7. SO 






Lv Shallotte „ 

Lv Little River 

Lv Oeean Purest Hotels.... 


•4 

14 
It 








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Lv McClflllansville 

Lv Mt . Pleasant. . 

Al- Charleston _ 


s.c. 




P M . 


P.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


P.M.] 


1' M . 


A.M. 


P .M . A .M . 


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P .M .—Bold Type. A.M. 



P— Flag Stop . 
-Light Type . 



• — Overnight Stop , 



P.M. 


STATIONS 


P.M. 


7.00 
7.30 
7. SO 

; ..-.ii 

8.11 

8.20 
8.32 
9.20 


Lv Columbia „.„.S .C . Ar 

Lv Blaney " Lv 

Ar Camden " Lv 

Lv Camden " Ar 

Lv Cassatt " Lv 

Lv Bethune. " Lv 

Lv McBea. " Lv 

Lv Che raw ^ *' Lv 


2.00 

1 .30 

1 .11 

1.11 

12.50 

12.41 

12.30 

11.63 


9 .III 
9.45 
10.01 
10. 11 
10.22 
10.45 


Ar BonnettsviUe...^... " Lv 

Lv Bennetts vllle " Ar 

Lv Clio _ " Lv 

Lv MeCortnieka PI . *' Lv 

Lv Little Rock ** Lv 

Ar Dillon „S .C . Lv 


11.36 
11.30 
11.14 
11.02 
10.64 
10.46 


P.M. 




A.M. 



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Tor AuffiLrta, Greenville, Sumter, Flor- 
ence, Spartanburg, Charlotte and 
northern points , 

Couch also leavps EennettaviIIe, S .C. 
at 9 .4t> P iM. for ITarti>v..Ip. Bjshop- 
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11 .45 
12.09 

12 .21 
12.82 

Hi ,20 
1.36 
1.46 




STATIONS 



Lv Charleston.-, . 

Lv Rantowles 

Lv M pye-etr. , , 

Lv Adams Run 

Ar WaUerboro 

Lv Walterboro 

Lv Hendersonviile . 
Ar Yomasaee.. 



fPM ! *PM 



..S .C 



Lv Yemaaaee— m .. 

Lv Pocatallgo 

Lv Cooaawatchie.. 

Lv Ridgeland 

Lv Hnrdecville 

, Ax Savannah—— 
Lv Savannah.. 



I .55 
1.4S 
1 .37 
1.26 
12.35 
12.35 
. 12.39 
Lv 12 .10 
Ar Lll .46 
Lv 11.66 
Lv 1 1 .48 



Lv 



_Ga. 



Lv II .17 



' Lv Ways Station. 

Lv Midway 

Lv Riceboro.. _ 

Lv Eulonia 

Lv Darion ^, 

Ar Brunawick 

Lv Brunswick.— 

Lv Waverly. 

Lv White Oafc___ 

Lv Woodbine.. 

Lv Coleaburg 

Lv Svals.. 



Lv Ringaland_„„ 

Lv Gross 

Lv Yu lee ______ 

Lv Duval 

Ar Jacksonville. .. 



..Fla 



11.37 



10.26 
KlO.15 

10.06 
9.46 
9.39 
9.20 
9.06 
8.15 

Rg,10 
7.53 
7. 47 
7.41 
7.36 
7.29 
7,23 
7.13 
7. 07 
6.46 
6.16 



8.10 
7. 48 
7 .37 
7.26 
6.50 
K6.4S 
6.34 
6.20 
L5.50 
S.46 
5.38 
5.27 
5.07 
4.30 
B4.20 
4 .00 
3.30 
3,24 
3.05 
2.60 
2,20 
K2.10 
1.38 
1.32 
1.26 
1.21 
1.14 
1 .03 
12.58 
12.52 
12.31 
12.15 



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P . M . 


P.M. 


A .M . STATIONS 




A.M. 


PJtf. 


P.M. 


i.45 
6.55 
7.05 


2.15 

2.25 
2.35 
2.40 
2.45 
2.65 
K3.00 
3.05 
3.10 
3.35 


7 .30 Lv Yemsssee,. ... S .C 

7 .40 Lv Pocatallgo " 

7 .60 Lv Sheldon.-... " 


.Ar 

Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 


7.30 12.01 
7 .26 ' 11 .66 
7.16 | 11 .46 
7.10 11.40 
7.06 11.36 
6.50 1 11.20 

K .4 S > 1 1 .1 6 


6.15 
6.10 

6 .no 


7.10 

7.15 


7 .66 Lv Garden's Corner._ " 
8 .00 Lv Lobees " 


6.55 
5.50 


7.25 
A7.30 


8,10 Lv Burton. " 

8. IB ! Ar Beaufort •■ 


5.3S 
S ,30 


B7.00 


' Lv Beaufort 


Ar j lull .10 




7.05 






7.30 


.... Ar Parrla [stand " 


Lv 




10.45 


4 .50 










A.M. 


P.M. 


A.M.I 


A.M. A.M. 


P.M. 



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P.M. 


P.M. 


STATIONS 


A.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


12.00 


5 ,rm 
6. IS 
5,17 
5.21 
5.25 
5,29 
5.37 


Lv Charlottesville Va. 
Lv Fnrmington — M 
Lv Adam's Bridge *' 
Lv Ivy Depot,.-....- " 

Lv Dry Bridge " 

Lv Medium's River " 
Ar Crozet— „. ... " 


Lv 
Lv 
Lv 

Lv 
Lv 
Lv 


8.25 
8.15 
8.13 
8.10 

S .HI", 
S .02 
7.65 


10.25 
10.15 
10.13 
10 .10 
10.07 
10.05 
10.00 


3.35 

1.20 










"vL'm 


3.10 
3.06 


1 .30 


6.00 


Ar Staunlon " 


Lv 




9.00 


2. 00 








P.M. 


P.M. 






A.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 



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Table No. 12 



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STATIONS 



Lv tGreeniboro N .C 
Lv tRandleznan " 
Ar tAsheboro .... "■ 



*8 .00 ' Lv W Ins ion -Salem " 

40 Ar fHigh Point... " 

_„ J Ar TAsheboro " 



Lv fAeheboro... 
Lv fSea Grove.. 
Lv tStar.. 



Lv IBiacoe. " 

Lv f Candor ■• 

Lv t Eagle Springa " 

Lv tPinehurat " 

Lv +Southern Pines" 

Lv fAberdeen ** 

Ar f Raeford _ " 



8 .30 j Lv t Raleigh " 

8 ,55 ' Lv iVarina ...„ " 

8 .58 Lv iFuqusy Springs' 1 
Lv iChalybeate " 

Lv iLillington ,_ " 

Ar tFayelleville " 
Lv IFayettpvllle " 
Ar fRaeford " 



Lv tBaeford 

Ar fFnjettcvitle 
Lv tKa>elleville 
Ar IFort Bragg ., 



Lv IRaerbrd '" 

Lv xLaurinhorg " 

LvJMcColl a.c 

Ar JBennellsvllle " 
Lv |Benncllsvtlle " 

Lv tNormna •■ 

Lv tEIIebee ., __ " 
Ar Jttockingbnm " 
Lv tR'"- 1 - Ingham " 
Ar Jt'heraw...— , " 

Lv tcberaw *• 

Lv iSuciety HilL " 
Lv {Darlington.,- " 

Ar {Florence " 

Lv {Florence — M 
Lv JLake City„ . " 
Lv irlingatree...... *' 

Lv fSt. Stephen.. " 
Lv {Bonneau...-^. " 
Lv IMonck's Cor *," 
Lv i Mount Holley" 

Lv lllartaville '■ 

Lv J Bishop ville - " 

Ar tSumler - 

Lv {Sumter " 

Lv {Manning ■■ 

Lv iSummerton.. " 

Ar tHoainville " 

Lv IRoslnillle - 

Lv £St . George... ■* 
Ar JWallerboro, " 



Lv tWalterboro 

Ar {Charlealoo... 




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Daily 
Incl. 
Sunday STATIONS 

P.M. 1 


Daily 

Except Sunday 

Sunday Only 


P.M. PJW. 


12.46 Lv PortamoBlh. T» . 

1 .16 Lv Norfolk " 

2 .30 Lv Newport News . " 

3 .05 Lv Ft . Eustls Jet . " 
3.30 Lv Yorktown " 

4 .02 Lv GlouceaterC .H . " 

4 .30 Lv Saluda *" 

5.14 Lv Tappahannock. " 
6.25 Ar Warsaw " 


Ar 
Ar 
Ar 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 


2.15 

2.30 
205 

L 

9.00 


9.40 

a .25 
S.16 
7.35 
7.23 
6.60 
6.25 
6.36 
6.26 


5 .30 Lv Warsaw _ " 

6.20 Lv Burgesa Store .._ " 

6 .27 Lv Lilian " 

6.35 ArReedsvitlc " 


Ar 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 


9.00 5.16 
8 .00 4 .21 
7 .63 4 .08 
7 .45 4 .00 


5 .30 Lv Warsaw " 

S .45 Lv Kilmarnock. " 

6,55 LvWhiteatone -" 

7 .00 Ar Irvington " 


Ar 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 


9.00 
7.45 
7.35 
7.30 


5.16 
4.00 

3.50 
3.45 


P.M. 


I A.M.I l> .M . 



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AM AM AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM| 



STATIONS 



.30 6 .00 6 .40 1030 



A.M. 


A.M.j A.M P.M. P.M. 


P.M. 


F.M. 


P.M 


PM 


P .M . 


STATIONS 


A.M 


A.M 


A.M ,| P.M 


P.M 


P.M. P.M. P.M.! P.M 


P.M. 


7.45 
8.15 


9.00 111. 00 H2.45 
9.30 111.30 [ 1.15 
8.35 


2.15 
2.45 
2.50 


4.45 
5.15 


6.15 

6.45 
6.50 


8.45 

9.15 


10.00 

10.30 


11 .15 I Lv Durham ..N ,C .Ar 
11,45 | Ar Chapel Hill" Lv 
..,.,.. Ar Csrrboro " Lv 


13.15 
tl .46 


8.45 
8.15 


10.15 '12.15 
9.46 111 .46 
9 .40 | .._ 


1.45 
1.15 


3.30 : 5.45 7.30 9.45 
3.00 5.16 7.00 9.13 
2,55 „| 6.50 


II .00 

10.30 


A.M. 


A.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


PJW. 


P.M. 


PJH. 


P.M. 




P.M. 


A.M. 


A.M. A.M. 

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P.M. 


PJW- 


P.M. 


PJW. PM. 

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.55 7 ,25 
.00 7 .30 
,10 7.10 
,25 7 .55 
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.008.30 3 
.15 8.45 
,35 9.06 
,10 9 .10 
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1159 
1207 
1220 
1235 
1250 
1 .02 
1.20 

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Lv CharlotteN ,C 
Lv Salisbury " 
Lv Spencer " 
Lv Yadkin... " 
Lv Lexington " 
Lv Thomaaville" 
Lv High Pt. " 
Lv Jamestown" 
Ar Greensboro" 
Lv Greensboro" 
Lv Durham. " 
Ar Raleigh ... " 



,Ar 1000,1235.2.00 1240 
I.v S.:iT 1110 1235 
Lv 8 .30,1105 1230 
Lv 3.20|1055I220! 

Lv .4.05 10-10 1205 
Lv 7.451020 1145 ^ 
Lv T. 30 10051130:3 
Lv 7.15 9.501115 
Lv 7 .0019 ,30 1055 1 

Ar 9.251050 

Lv 7.158.5S 

Lv _ . 7.008.008.15 



1.00 
2.35 
2.30 
2.20 
2.05 
1.45 
1.30 
I .15 
12S5. 
1250 
1055 
1000 



5 .30 7 .00 7 .00 9 .1 5 11051230 



t .00 5 .36 
3 .55 3 .30 
3 .45 5 .20 
3.305.05 
S .104,45 -f 
2 .55 t .30 3 
2.15 I ,ir> 
2 .20 3 .55 
2.15 3.50 
20 1 



A 7 .50 

* 7 ,45 I 

7 .36 ,.—J 

7 .20; 

7.00 o 

6 .45 8 .50' 5 
6,308.35' 
6.108.15 
6.058 .10 
4,106.15 



1120 
1115 

1105 
1050 
1030 
1015. 
1000 
9.45 
9.40 



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5.05 
/I 



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|| 7,50 9.55 1115 



1130,1 .00 2 .30 3 .15 5 .20 6 .45 7 .00 9 .00 1030 



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STATIONS 



Lv Baltimore „„__Md . 
Lv Glenburnje .___, " 

Lv Priest Bridge " 

Lv Marlboro " 

Ar T .B .Intersection " 

Lv Washington J> .C 

Lv Anacoatln(NavyYd.}' 

Lv Clinton. Md . 

Lv T .B .Intersection" 

Lt Wmldorf " 

Lv La Flat* " 

Lv Morgan town...... " 

Lv Potomac Beach V* . 
Lv Colonial Bench- " 

Lv Oak Grove " 

Lv Wakefield Road " 

Lv Bay nes. ville... *' 

Lv Montros __-_- '* 

Lv Templeman's X Rds 

Lv Lyell'a Road " 

Lv Warsaw... . " 

Ar Tappahannock ' 

Ar Bray's Fork... " 

Lv Miller's Tavern " 
Lv St . Stephens__ " 

Lv Ayletts.. " 

Lv Central Garage . " 
Lv Manquin. ........... " 

Lv Talleya. 



Lv Mechanics ville 
Ar Richmond 



Lv Bray'i Fork.. 

LV Dunnsvillc 

Lv Center Cross.. 
Lv Lane view.. 



Lv Churchview... 

Lv Saluda 

Lv Adner,., 



Lv Gloucester C.H." 

Lv Ordinary.. " 

Lv Hoover. " 

Lv Hayes Store _— " 
Lv Gloucester Point ■■ 

Lv Yorktown _ " 

Lv Navy Mine Depot" 

Lv Lee Hall " 

AfFt. Enslls Jct.„ " 

Lv Richmond " 

Lv Sandston..... '* 

Lv Bottom's Bridge " 
Lv Providence Forge" 
Lv Windsor Shades " 

Lv Walkers " 

Lv Diascund Bridge" 

Lv Toano.„_ " 

Lv Norge H 

Lv Williamsburg ■' 

Lv Grove Station... *' 

Lv Lee Hall " 

Ar Ft.Eustla Jet... " 

I Lv Ft . EuhiIb Jet ... ' 

Lv Warwick C .H . " 

Lv Morrison... _ " 

Lv Hilton Village .... " 
Ar Jaa .11 .BrldgeJct ." 

Lv Petersburg. •■ 

Lv Hopewell , " 

Lv Cabin Point Rd. " 
Lv Spring Grove ... " 

Lv Surry C .H " 

Lv Smithfield ... " 

Ar n.r iu.it » 



Lv Bartlett 

Ar Chuekatuek.. 
Ar Suffolk 



Lv Bartlett 

Ar Crittenden... 

Ar Belleville 

Ar Churchland . 



Ar Newport News 



Lv Newport News. 
At Hampton_...__ 

Ar Phoobiis 

Ar Old Point. 

| Lv Newport News.. 

1 Ar Boat Harbor 

Ar Pine Bench Pier ' 

' Ar Naval Base . ' 

Ar Norfolk ' 

Ar Portsmouth ..... ' 




Ar | « J % 

Lv , 

Lv | 7 .30 

Lv I 7 .46 



( 'ASHINGTON — CHARLOTTESVILLE — LYNCHBURG 
read down DANVILLE Table No. 18 



A.M. 



Via Virginia Stages 



BEAD UP 



P JW . P .M . P .M 



STATIONS 



A.M. 



8.00 

S.40 

8.62 

9, OB 

9. IS 

9. 20 

9.30 

9.40 

9.60 

10.00 

10.10 

10.30 

10.40 

10.60 

11.10 

11. IE 

11.26 

11.31 

11.34 

11. SB 

11.42 

11.60 

12.30 
12.40 
12.56 
t .00 
1.05 
1.10 
I .20 
1.35 
1 .40 
1.50 
1 .55 
2.03 
2.10 
2.20 
2.28 
2.30 
2.35 
2.4S 



4.46 
5.00 
5.10 
5.15 

5.25 
S.35 
5.55 
6.10 
6.45 



1.15 
1.35 

1.47 
2.00 
2.10 
2.15 
2.35 
2.45 
2.50 
2.5S 
3.05 
3.25 
3.3G 
3.40 
4. OS 
4.15 
4.25 
4.31 
4.34 
4.33 
4.42 
■I -'i'l 

s.oo 

5.20 

E.2S 
5.30 
5.35 
S.40 
5.50 
0.05 
6. in 
6.20 
6.25 
6.33 
6. 40 
S.50 
6. 58 
7.0O 
7.05 
7.15 



4.15 I 

1 .65 
5.07 I 
S.20 i 
5.32 I 
6.37 
6.40 
5.45 
'.. .55 
6 .05 ' 

t; . i f. 

6 .35 ! 
.46 



6.65 



6.30 
7.10 

7.22 
7.35 
7.47 
7.52 
7.55 
8.00 
3.10 
8.20 
8.30 
8. SO 
0.00 
9.10 
9.30 
9.40 
9.50 
9.56 
9.59 
10.03 
10.07 
10.15 



Lv Washington. 

Lv Fairfax. 

, Lv Centervlle.___. 

| Lv Gainesville. ... 

| Lv Buckland. 

Lv New Baltimore. 

Lv Warrenton „_ 

Lv Opal 

Lv Remington.. ... 
Lv Brandy 

| Lv Culpeper...,— „ 

i Lv Locust Dale ... 

1 Lv Madison Mills . 

Lv Orange. „— 

Lv Gordonsville..,. 
Lv Mechanicsville 

Lv Cobhnm..„_ 

Lv Cistuont. 

Lv Tyler 

Lv Keswick. 



.D.C 

..Va . 



Jet. 



' Lv Shad well.. 

i Ar Charlottesville . 



.Ar 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 



io.oo 

9.22 
9.10 
9.00 
8.65 
8.60 
S.36 
S.20 
8.11 
8.03 



7.30 
7,50 
7.56 
8.00 
8.05 
8.10 
8.16 
8.30 
8.36 
8. 46 
8.50 
8.58 
9.06 
9.15 
9.20 
9.30 
9.36 
9.45 



Lv Charlottesville 

Lv Red Hill. 

Lv North Garden Jet . 
I Lv Covesville ... 

Lv Hickory Creek 

Lv Woods Mill 

Lv My lulu* ........... 

Lv Lovlngston 

Lv Colleen _ 

Lv Piney River 

Lv Canody Store...,,.. 

Lv Clifford 

I Lv Amherst 

i Lv Sweet Briar, 

' Lv Mathews Store. _. 
1 Lv Monroe , ... 

Lv Martin's Store 

! Ar Lynchburg . 



PJM. ( P.M. PJW. 



6.47 
6,45 
6.38 
6.30 



2.20 

I .50 I 

1.38 

1 .26 

1.15 

1.10 

1.00 

12.50 

12,40 

12.30 

12.20 

12.00 

11.50 

11.40 

11.20 

11.10 

11.00 

10.64 

10.61 

10.47 

10.43 

10.30 



7.26 
B.S5 
6.43 
6.30 
6.20 
6.15 
6.06 
5.55 
6.45 
6.3S 
5.26 
5.05 
4. 56 
4.4S 
4.26 
4.15 
4.05 
3.59 
3.56 
3.52 
3.48 
3.35 



1 1 .00 
10.26 
10.13 
10.00 
9.55 
9.45 
9.35 
9.30 
9.20 
9,10 
9.00 
8.45 
8.25 
3.20 
8.05 
7.55 
7.45 
7,39 
7.36 
7.32 
7.28 
7.16 



Ar 

Lv 

Lv 

Lv 

Lv 

Lv 

Lv| 

Lv 

Lv 

Lv 

Lv 

Lv 

Lv 

Lv 

Lv 

Lv 

Lv 

Lv 



10.30 
10.46 
10.65 
11.00 
11.10 
11.20 
11 .40 
11.55 
12.30 



Lynchburg 

Glass Farm. .. 

White Church.. 
Elder's Stor«__ 

Kingston ..___. 

Alta Visti 

Gretna ..______ 

Chatham ... 

Danville............ 



10.10 
9.55 
9,46 
9.40 
9.35 
9.30 
9.20 
9,06 
9.00 
8.56 
8.50 
8.40 
8.30 
8.26 
8.17 
8. IB 
8.10 
S.OO 



Ar 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 

Lt 

Lv 
Lt 
LtI 



3.15 

2.50 
2.4S 
2.40 
2.35 
2.30 
2.20 
2.05 
2.00 
I. SO 
1 .45 
1 .37 
1 .30 
1 .25 
1 .20 
I .16 
1 .10 
1 .00 



12.30 
12.15 
12. OS 
12.00 

1 1 .50 
11.40 
11 .20 
11.06 
10 .30 



7.10 
6.50 
6.45 
6.40 
6.3S 
6.30 
6.20 
6.10 
6.00 
5.55 
S.60 
S.42 
5.35 
." ..Ill 
5.22 
5.20 
5.16 
5.05 



Ride 
The Short 

Line 

from 

New 
York's 

Most 
Modern 

and 
Complete 
Terminal 



The Dixie 
Bus 

Terminal 

241 
W. 42d St. 

Wisconsin 
7-5300 

The 
Home of 
The 
Short 
Line 



GLOUCESTER-SALUDA-RICHMOND 

(Via Center Cross and Bray's Forks j 

bead down Table No. 22 bead up 


A.M. P M . I STATIONS 


P.M. 


PJVI. 


' 11.30 
11.42 
11. 65 
12.03 
12.19 
12.28 
12 .35 
12.40 
1 .05 
1 .35 

I .as 


4 .02 Lv Gloucester C ,H . Va . Ar 

4 .16 ' Lv Adner " Lv 

4 .30 Lv Saluda.. " Lv 

1 4 .38 | Lv Churehview,._ " Lv 
4 .63 i Lv Center Cross. " Lv 

5 .03 Lv Dunnsvills " Lv 

6 .10 Ar Bray's ForkL__ " Lv 

E .40 Lv Bray's Fork. " Ar 

6 .05 Ar Ayletts...... „. " Lt 

6.35 Lv Mechanicsville " Lv 
6.55 Ar Richmond _ " Lv 


1.50 

i -3S 
1.25 
1,15 
12..-. 7 
12.47 
12.40 
12.40 
12.12 
11.35 
11 .IB 


6.50 
6.33 
B.25 
6.16 
5.57 
5.47 
6.40 
6.10 
4.45 
4.15 
3.65 


WASHINGTON, D. C. -WARRENTON 

LURAY Table No. 19 

READ DOWN READ UP 


A.M. P.M. STATIONS 


1 A.M. 


| P.M. 


S.OO 
8.26 
8.40 
3.62 , 
9, 05 
9.16 1 
9.20 1 
9.30 
9.30 


4 .15 ' Lv Washington D .C .Ar 

4 .40 Lv Falls Church. ___..Va . Lv 
4 .66 Lv Fairfax. " Lv 


1 io.oo 

9.36 

. 9.22 

! 9 .10 

i 9.00 

' 8.65 

i 8. B0 

8.35 

8.30 

8.10 

I 7.55 

7.60 

7,40 

, 7.26 

7.00 


7.25 
7.00 
6.50 
6.43 
6.30 
6.20 
6. IS 
6.06 
5.46 
5,25 
6.10 
5.05 
4.S5 
4.40 
4.15 


5 .07 Lv Centerville. .. " Lv 


5 .20 Lv Gntnsville _„ ™ Lv 

5 .32 . Lv Buckland. _ " Lv 
5 .37 Lv New Baltimore..... » Lv 

B .40 Ar Warrenton " Lv 

6 .00 Lv Warrenton.. " Ar 


9.60 
10.05 
10.10 

n.i.ii) 
10.45 
11.00 


6 .20 Lv Amissville ___. " Lv 

6.35 Lv Massle's Corner,.., " Lv 

6 .40 ' Lv Washington. ■« Lv 

6 .SO Lv Sperry vilie. " Lv 

7 ,15 1 Lv Panorama Resort.. *' Lv 
7 .30 J Ar Luray..., . *" Lt 







BALTIMORE— WASHINGTON 
WALDORF— LEONARDTOWN 

TABLE <)*> 
READ DOWN No . **> 

p~_*t: sta-ToW" 



HEAD UP 



5.16 
6.46 

7.00 
7,05 
7.10 
7. IS 

7.25 



.30 

.36 

.40 

.45 

.50 

.55 

8.00 

8.06 

8.10 



Lv Baltimore 
Lv Wnshln.li 

Lv Waldorf 

Lv Beantown... 
Lv Middletons... 

Lv Bryan town 

Lv Hughes ville 

Lv Oaks „ 



Lv Charlotte HsJl 

Lv Mechanicsvlle 

Lv Three Notch Road 

Lv Helen 

Lv Morganaa. ..„_.__ 

Lv Love ville 

Lv Wathena ____. 
Ar Leonardtown.,._„„ 




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READ UP 



P.M . 
4 .60 
5.04 
E.0S 
E.ll 
5. IB 
5.26 
5.32 



Lv Charlottes ville. Va . Ar 

: Lv Hydraulic . rt Lv 

Lv Rivnnna P.O. * Lv 

Lv Rockland __ " Lv 

Lv Earlyville ■• Lv 

I Lv Advance Mills " Lv 

Lv Ruckera ville Cor . " Lv 

Lv Qui n que „.„. " Lv 

Lv Standards ville . M Lv 

Lv Lydla •• Lt 

. Lv National Park...... " Lv 

Lv Swift Run Gap " Lv 

I Lt Elkton " Lv 

Lv McCsheyBviUe " Lv 

i Lt Montevideo____„ *' Lv 

Lv Pean Laird " Lt 

Ar Harrisonburg. ___. " Lt 



A . ,\( . 

10.30 

10.16 

10.12 

10.09 

10.05 

9.65 

9.18 

9.46 

9.36 

9,27 

9.20 

9.07 

9.00 

8.60 

8.46 

8.40 

8.30 



BALTIMORE — WASHINGTON 


REEDVILLE — KILMARNOCK 


WHITESTONE — 


IRVINGTON 


read down Table No 


• *4 READ UP 


Daily 






Daily 




Incl . 






Except Sunday 


Sunday 


STATIONS 




Sunday 


Only 


I* -M . 






P.M. 


P JH, 


1 .30 


Lv Baltimore ™_Md 


. Ar 


1 .00 


9.30 


2.00 Lv Washington D.C 


.Ar 


12.30 


9.00 


E .25 1 Ar Warsaw . „ Va , 


Lv 


9.00 


6.30 


5 .30 Lv Warsaw " 


Ar 


9.00 


6. IB 


6.40 


Lv Totuskey " 


Lv 


8. BO 


s.os 


5. B0 


Lv Emmerton ... " 


Lv 


8.40 


4.5S 


6.00 


Lv Farnham " 


Lv 


3.30 


4.15 


6. IS 


Lv Litwalton.. 


Lv 

Lt 


8.15 
8.10 


4.30 
4.2E 


6.20 


Lv Nuttsviile " 


6.30 


Lv LiTely ^ " 


Lv 


8.00 


4.15 


6.35 


Lv Lancaster.. " 


l,v 


T.B6 


4.10 


6 .45 - Lv Kilmarnoek.„ " 


l,v 


7.4S 


4.00 


6 .55 Lv Whitestoae.. , " 


Lv 


7.36 


3.50 


7 .00 ' Ar Irviugton •■ 


Lv 


7.30 


3.45 
6.16 


S .30 Lv Warsaw " 


Ar 


9. 00 


5 .36 Lv Hayn^sville ._.- " 


Lt 


8.4B 


5.00 


5.42 Lv Village " 


Lv 


8. 38 


4.53 


5.48 
5.55 


Lv Callao... _. " 


Lv 
Lv 


8.32 
8.26 


1 .47 
4.40 


Lv Lottabunr „. '• 


6 .03 , Lv Heaths ville 


Lv 


8.17 


4.32 


6.10 
6.12 


Lv Avalon . . " 


Lv 
Lv 


8.10 
8.08 


4.26 
4.23 


Lv Horsehead... ._ " 


6 .20 Lv Burgess Store . " 


Lv 


S.OO 


4.21 


fi. 22 Lv Folley.... " 


Lv 


7.69 


4.19 


6.27 
6.20 


Lv Lilian ... " 


Lt 
Lt 


7,53 

t ,.i;i 


4.08 
4.04 


Lv Boverlyvslle . " 


6.31V Ar (((.(.rhille 


Lv 


7.46 


4.00 


KILMARNOCK — WHITESTONE 


IRVINGTON — RICHMOND 


WARSAW — REEDVILLE 


read down 




READ UP 


j£3?| Table No. 26 


Daily 
Eicept 


Sunday 


Sunday i 




Sundaj 


Only 


STATIONS 









P.M. 




A.M. 


P.M. 


3 .S5 Lv Richmond Va . 


Ar 


10.30 


6.BS 


4 .15 Lv Mechanicsville '* 


Lv 


10 .OB 


6.35 


4 .21 Lv Talleys . . .. 


I.T 


10.00 


6.30 


4.35 


Lv Manquin " 


Lv 


9.46 


0.15 


4.40 


Lv Central Garage " 


fit 


9.40 


6.10 


4.4S 


Lv Ayietts,. " 


Lv 


9.35 


6.05 


4 .65 Lv St . Stephens " 


Lv 


9.30 


6.00 


6 .05 1 Lv Milter's Tavern " 


1,T 


9.2B 


5. B0 


5 .07 i Lv Paul's X Road.. " 


1.V 


9.20 


E.45 


B .10 Lv Bray's Fork .„ ■■ 


Lv 


9.16 


5.40 


S .14 | Lv Tappahannock.. " 


Lv 


9.11 


5.36 


5.23 
5.30 


1 Ar Warsaw. „„ " 


Lv 


9,00 


6.25 


Lv Warsaw . " 


Ar 


9.00 


5 .15 


6 .35 | Lv Havnesville... " 


Lv 


S.45 


S.OO 


5.42 

6.43 


! Lv Village... _ _ " 


Lv 


8.38 
8.32 


4. S3 
4.47 


Lv Callao. " 


5 .55 ! Lv Lottsburg " 

6.03 Lv Heathsville _ » 


Lv 


3.26 


4.40 


Lt 


8,17 


4.32 


6.10 

6.12 


1 Lv Avalon . " 


Lv 
Lt 


8.10 
8.08 


4.2E 
4.23 


Lv Horsehead .... " 


6 ,20 Lv Burgess Store... " 


Lv 


8.00 


4.21 


6.22 Lv Folly... " 


I.T 


7.69 


4.19 


6 .27 Lv Lilian " 


Lt 


7.E3 


4.03 


6 .29 Lv Beverlyville " 


l.v 


7.49 


4.04 


6.36 

6.30 


Ar Reedville " 


Lt 


7.45 


4.00 


Lv Warsaw " 


Ar 


9.00 


5.16 


6 .40 i Lv Totuskey... . " 


Ar 


8. 60 


S.OS 


E .50 Lv Emmerton " 


Lv 


8,40 


4.56 


6.00 1 Lv Farnham... 


Lv 


8.30 


4 .15 


6 .15 1 Lv Litwalton " 


l.v 


8. IB 


4 .30 


6 .20 Lv Nuttsviile 


T.T 


8.10 


4. 26 


6 .30 Lv Lively , " 


l,v 


8.00 


4.16 


6 .35 j Lv Lancaster... .. " 


Lt 


7.BB 


4.10 


6.45 Lv Kilmarnock .. " 


Lv 


7. 46 


1.00 


6.55 Lv Whitestone " 


Lv 


7,36 


3.50 


7 00 Arlrvington 


lv 


7.30 


1.46 



LYNCHBURG— ALWOOD 

Table No. 21 r^dup 

— [X~MT 



REA D DOWN 

"P.M. I 



STAT 111 MS 



4.30 
4.50 
5.00 
5.20 
5.30 
6.46 
6.00 



Lv Lynchburg. 

Lv Wineaap 

Lt Elon. 



Lv Agrioola 

Lv Pedlar Mills ., 

Lv Pleasant View—.—. 
Lv Al wood ________ 



.Va. Ar 

.. " Lv 
„ " Lv 
.. " Lt 

Lv 

Lv 



9.30 
9.10 
9.00 
8.40 
8.30 
S.OS 
7.46 



A. M.— Light Face Type. 



P M— Bold Face Trae. 



I Time Shown 1* Standard Tim* 



-. — Light Face Type, 



P. M.— Bold Face Tjn. 



All Time Shown I* Standard Time 



NEW YORK — 



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NEW ROCHELLE — PORT CHESTER — GREENWICH — ST# TO 1 
WATERBURY Tab i e n 0# 2 7 NEW HAVEN 



— BRIDGEPORT 



READ UP 



Daily 
A.M. 



Daily ' Daily 

A ,M .' A .M . 



Daily Daily ' 
A -M . A .M . 



7,30 
7.3S 
7.49 
8.36 
B.00 



8.30 ] 9.30 
8.35 9.35 
8.49 9.49 
9.35 '10.35 

io.oo 11.00 



110.30 11.30 

10.36 11 .35 

10.49 11.49 

11.35 12.35 

12.01 1.10 



Daily 
P.M. 

1 ■> .SO 
12.35 
12. 49 
1 .35 
2.00 



Daily Daily Daily 
P .M . P .M J P .M 



g.io Iio.io !n.io 

9.18 10.18 11.18 

9.30 10.30 ,1) .30 

9.52 ;I0.62 ,11.52 

10.25 11.25 | I2.2S 



12. 1(1 
12.18 
12.30 
12.52 
1 .25 



2.25 I 



3.10 
3.18 
3.30 
3.52 
4.25 



STATIONS 



10.00 1 I .00 



10.10 II . 
10.18 11. 
11 . 



11.00 
12.15 



10.30 
11.05 



11.30 
12.05 



I .in 
2.25 



2.00 
3.15 



3.00 
4,15 



11 .00* 
12.15 



12.30 
I .05 



1 .30 
2.05 



2.30 
3.05 



4 .30 
5.05 



8.30 
9.05 



9.30 
10.05 



11 .59 < Lv New Vnrk.DlileBuslBrnt Ar 
12.05 ' Lv New York.ClFilslBuiTa.Ar 
12 .20 I Lv New York. Harlem Lv 
1 .00 I Lv New Roehella ..N ,Y .Lv 
1 .23 Ar Port Chester.. ._ " Lv 



A.M.P.M.P.M. P ,M . P . 



I 



I 



P.M. P. 



P .M , P .M . P ,M . 

I I I 



J» 



Lv Port Chester.. 
Lv Greenwich 

Lv Stamford. .^, 

Lv Norwalk 

Ar Bridgeport...... 



Daily 
A.M. 



9.55 
10.36 
9.31 
8.48 
8.25 



Daily 

A.M 



10.66 

H.3E 

10.31 

9.48 

9.25 



Lv Bridgeport.. 
Ar Waterbury... 



Lv Bridgeport __ 

Ar New Haven. 



A.M 



11.55 
12.35 
11.31 
10.48 
10.25 



Doily Daily 
P.M. P M 



1 .55 
2. 35 
1 .31 
12.48 
12.25 



Daily ' Daily Daily S .H . 
P .M . P JM .■ P .M . P .M 



9 .55 10 .55 

9.31 10 41 

8 .48 9 .48 

8 .25 9 .25 



Daily Daily 

P.M 4 A.M. 



11.55 

11.31 

10 .48 

10.25 



9.16 10.15 11.16 
9.08 10.08 11 .08 
8 .53 9 .63 10 .63 
8.33 | 9.33 10.33 
8 .00 9 .00 |l0 .00 



12.15 
12.08 I 
11.53 ! 
11.33 
11.00 



9.46 
8.30 



9,56 
9.20 



A.M 



10.46 11.45 



7.15 

7 ,08 



1.65 

1.31 

12. -IS 
12.25 



10.15 I-'. i'. 

10,08 12.08 

9.53 II .53 

9 .33 1 1 .33 

9 .00 11 .00 



12.45 



9.30 ,10.30 1 11. 30 



10.66 
10.20 



A.M 



A.M 



11 .56 
11.20 



12.56 



5.45 I 6.45 
1 .30 I 5 .30 



P ,M . P . 



P.M. 



8.45 
7.30 



10.45 
9 .30 



8.56 
S.20 



P.M. 



* — Sunday and Holidays . 



S . H . — Sundays and Holidays only . 



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A.M . I P.M J P ,M . P .M . P ,M . P .M . P.M ,i P JM . A ,M . A .M . A ,M 



12.10 
12 .23 
12.47 



5.15 



6.10 I 5.10 
6.27 i 5.27 
6.55 I 5. 56 
10.10 9.10 
10.30 ! G 
1 1 .00 9 .55 
10.27 
10.45 , 



12.10 11.10 
12.27 11.27 



I 



I 



9.10 
9.26 
9.55 



A ,.\1 . 



STATIONS 



3.10 
S.23 
8.60 



1.10 I 12 .10 



NEW YORK. N.Y, 

Lv Diiijo Bur Term ." Ar 
Lv 124th & Mad. " At 
Lv Ford ham Term , " Ar 
Ar Meriden.._ m „..Conn . Lv 

Lv New Britian " Lv 

Ar Hartford " Lv 

Lv Thompsonvflle..,. " Lv 
Ar SPRWGFlELD|Mass.Lv 

Ar Hnlyoke. , ** Lv 

ArNORTHA 1VWTO N" L V 



A.M. 


P.M.; 


6.56 


12.10 


3.12 


8.00 


K 


K I 


2.40 


7.16 




6.49 




6.30 



P .M . P ,M 



I .10 ' 2.10 



P.M 



3.10 



io.oo 

K 

9.16 
8.49 
8.30 



iH.02 
10.42 
10.16 

A 
! 9.30 

1 7.35 

! 7.16 



PM. 



P.M. P.M. 



5.10 



7.10 



P.M 



8.10 9.10 



P.M. A.M. 



11.10 



3.05 



A- Doce not run via Thompsonville 



G- Kuna via New Britian to discharge only 



K- Doe* not run via New Britian 



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PM PM. PM; PM 



1000 8.00 6.00 1.00 
1025 18.25 '6 .25 4.25 
1035 8 .35 6 .35 I .35 
1049 8.4916.49,4 .49 
1104 9.04 7.04 5.04 
11269.2617 .265.26 
1201 1000 8 .00 6 .00 



PM j PMI AM 



00' 1201 1000 8.00 
2 .25 1225' 1025:8 .25 



STATIONS 



Lv Worcester.. 
Lv Leicester,... 



2 .35 1235 103518 .36 Lv Spencer 

2.4911249 1049 8.49 Lv Brookrleld.. 
1 ,04 1 1 .04 11 04 '9 ,04! Lv Warren___ 

1 .26 1 .26 1126 9.26 Lv Palmer. 

I .OOJ2.001201:1000 I A r Springfield 



MasaAr 

.. " Lv 



AMI AMi PMi PM' PM PM" PMI PM 



9.00 1100 1 .00 3.00 3.00 7.00 9.00 1100 
8.12 1012 1242 2.42 I .42 6.4 2 S .42 t042 
8 .82 L0S2 1232 2 .32 1 .32 C .32 & .32:1032 
8.18 1018 1218 2. 18 I .18 G.I!) 3. 18! 1018 
8 .03 1003 1201 2.03 I .03 6 .03 8 .03; 1000 
7.39 9.39 1139,1.39 3,39 5.39 7,399.39 
7 .0019 .00 1 100 I .00 1 .00 5 .00 7 .00' 9 .00 



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PROVIDENCE— NEWPORT Table No. 33 



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Dly Dly Dly I 
PM PM P.M 



Daily every '- 



Diy Uly 
AM AM 



STATIONS 



Dly Dly I 
AM AM 



1115 9.15 7.15 6.00 hour on the |9. 008.00 Lv Providence JJ 

lI5-'».52 7.52 6.37 hour 9.37 8.37 Lv Bristol * 

120(1 10068.066 .51 9.51 8 .51 Lv Portsmouth.. . " 

mil 10308 .307.15 ll 0159. 15 Ar Newport „ ■■ " 



-I Dally every 



D!y Diy Dly 
PM PMI PM 



Ar i7 .45:8 .45 hour on the 6 .45 8 .45 IMS 
Lv 7.008.00 half hour 5.00 8.00 1000 
Lv C .40 7 .46 ;S .46 7 .469 .40 

Lv 16.307 .30, Is .30:7 .30 9 .30 



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When yon visit Washington, D. C. — for surely 
you will — The Short Line offers frequent daily 
service over two routes. The finest of equip- 
ment combined with skilled, courteous oper- 
ators, make this service "the perfection of 
highway travel." J 



Dly 
PM 



Dly 
PM 



. L 



II .00 10.00, 
11.11 10.11 
II .26 ' 10 .26 
11 .50 i 0,50 



Dly 
PM 

II- Mi- 
ll .1 I 

9.26 
9.50 



Dly 
PM 

8.00 
8.11 
B.26 

R .50 



Every 
hour 

on the 
hour 



% 



STATIONS 



6.00 Lv Newport - R J.Ar 
6.11 ; Lv Midoletown " Lv 
6 .26 | Lv Island Park " Lv 
'6.50 A r Fall Rtv cr MansLv 



Dly 
AM 



7.50 
7.34 
7.19 
7.00 



Every 
hour 

on the 
hour 



Dly 
PM 

,9.50 

a .34 

9.13 
9.00 



Dly 
PM 



Dly 
PM 



Dly 

AM 



10.50 II .50 12.50 
10.34 11.34 ,12.34 
10.19 11 .19 112.19 
10.00 11 .00 1 12 .01 



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Sun Dly !D!y Dly Dly Sat . Dly iDly j 
PM PMi PM PM PM PM AM AM AM 



STATIONS 



Dly Dly Dly Dly Dly ;Dly Dly Sun 
; AM: PM PM PM PM PM AM 



)ly I 
^M 



1030 8,15 6 .154 .15 2.00 1245 11309 .30 7b30 Lv Hartford Conn .Ar 9.201120 I .20 3 .50 5 .508 .50 1005 1220 

1 135 9. 207 .20 5. 20 3. 05 2. 00 1235 1 035 8b35 Lv Colchester. " Lv ]3 .15 1015 1215 2 .45 4 .457 .009 .00 1 115 

1220 10058.056.053. 50,2.351. 20 11209b20 Ar New London_ " Lv ,7.309.30 11302.00:4 .006.158.15.1030 
I '8.006.00,3.45 „,l .15 1 115 9 .15 Ar Norwich " Lv 17.35 9.30 1130:2,001 .00 6. 16 8. is! 

I 1 I o I b I I Ihle] i b I t ' b i I J I 



t — Sun. only from Norwich, X- — Sat. only, b — Dly. ejt. Sun. o — Sat., Sun. & HoL only, e— Sun only , 



HAVERHILL— NORTHAMPTON— HOLYOKE 

NEW YORK VI.B.uoW.yLlnaa 

Table No. 31 



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A .M J P .M 

I 



P.M. 



STATIONS 



P .M . | A .M . 



8.15 
8.36 
9.00 
9.36 
10.00 
10.20 
12.15 
12.40 
.30 



12.15 

12.35 
1.00 
1.35 



8.45 
9.05 
9.30 
10.05 



2 .00 10 .30 
2 .20 I 10 .50 
4 .15 , 12 .35 

4 .40 | 12 .55 
5.30 ' 1.16 



6.15 

6.45 

7.25 

7.55 

10 .05 

10.20 

10.45 



P.MJP.M. 



2.00 
2.30 
3. 00 
3.30 
5.50 
B .«;, 
6.20 



A.M. 



Lv Haverhill MaasAr 

Lv Lawrence..—.. ■* Lv i 
Lv Lowell " Lvj 

Lv Aver " Lv i 

Lv Fltchburg " Lv 

A r Gardner •• Lv 

Lv Northampton " Ar i 

Lv Holyoke. " Lv ! 

Lv Springfield., " Lv 

Ar Hartford Conn.Lv 

Lv Hartford ■* Ar | 

Lv Middletows „ *' Lv 

Lv New Haven__ " Lv 

Lv BridEeport ** Lv 

Lv New Roche! leN.Y. Lv 

Lv Pordham . _ " Lv 

Ar New York CHy" Lv 



A.M, 



12.30 


7.35 


12 .05 


7.10 


11.40 


6.46 


11 .10 


6.15 


10.40 


5,46 


10.10 


5.15 


8.20 


3.25 



7.55 I 3,05 
7 .30 2 .45 
6.30 j 1.46 



1 .16 

12.30 
11 .59 

lo.os ; 

9.45 ! 
9.00 



A.M. I P. M, 



P.M. 



NEW YORK — PITTSFIELD 



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AM PM 



STATIONS 



PM 



I'M 



I 



1 .30 9 .40 

! .00 9 .Mi: 



New York, N.Y. 

8 .251 .25 Lv Dlnic Boa Term. Ar 
8.404.4OLvl24and Lvi . 

Mad . Ave ... " 
9. 10 5. 10 Lv Yonkers._ " Lv't2.30 8.30 

9 .30 5 .30 Lv White Plains '• Lv 1 2 . 1 8 .1 
10.306 .30 Lv Ridgefleld,Conn.Lv 11 .10:7 .10 

10 .50 6 .50 Lv Danbury .... " Lv 10,5016.5(1 
11 .20 7 .20 Lv New Millord - Lv 10 .20 6 .20 

11 .51 7.51 Lv Bantam .... " Lv " 
1 1 .55 7 .55 Lv Litchfield .... " Lv 
12.108 .10Lv Torrington " Lv 

12.30S.30Lv Winsted. ■ Lv 

12.508 .50 Lv New Boston " Lv 

1 .01 9 .01 Lv Otis _.MassLv 

1 ,229.22LvLee. _ ** Lv 

1 .28 9 .28 Lv Lenoa - Lv 

1 .409 .40 Ar Pitlsfield - Lv 



9 .48,5 .48 
9.4415.44 
9 .30 5 .30 
9.105.10 

8 .49 1 ,.1:. 
8 .:;s ■] .3!, 
8.17|4,17 

X .1 I I .1! 

8 .00,4 .00 



PM PM , 



AM |PM 



NEW YORK — 



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Table No. 28 



Via N. E. T. Co. and Victoria Berkshire Lines 



STATIONS 



AM 



AM 



Brooklyn.___„ J4 ,Y .Lv 

New York " Lv 

Dine an Dm. Ml W. 4Iit SI. 

Yankees. ■" Lv I 7 ,50 

White Flains.___. * Lv 8 .20 

Bridgeport Conn .Lvi 9 .50 

New Haven...__ " Lv |l0 .40 

Saybrook„ ** Lv 

New London ,.. , ** Lv 

Westerly. K .1 . Lv 

Middletown Conn -Lv|tl .26 

Mcriden * Ar 

Hartford - Lv 

Spri ngfi eld .......... MassLv 

Willimantie Conn .Lv 

Danielson.. .. .-.-. ** Lv 

Providence R .1 . Lv 

Tao n ton,. .^—...Mass Lv 

Brockton, " Lv 

Quincy___^. ,. " Lv 

Pawtucket R .1 . Lv 

Wal pole ._ ._... Mass Lv 



..Ma 



6.55 



I 

1.25 

\ 



8.50 



11.50 
12.30 



AM 



8.10 
9.10 



AM! AM 



110.10 

.! to .20:11 .10 



Boston 

Portland.. 
Au£oata._ 
Bangor - . 



_„,.~.MassLv 

Me. Lv 

„.._„ " Lv 
" Ar 



4 J0:.„ 

.-> M 
5.45 
6.10 



6 .50 



6.45 



PM ; PM j PM : PM PM 



12.20 



.111 



1-1. 

I 



2 .40 3 .20 9 .50 



PM 



9.10 
10.10 



I'M 



I I:S| I 

5 .22 6 .25 12 J10 12 JJ2 
7.0S 1 .06 1 .2(1 

■ 2.17 



7 ,-ifl 1 .;tr> 

8 ..m 2 .20 



"i ■■<■■ 
7.30I 



S .13 10.55 



PM I PM I PM I 



PM PM 



PM 



9 -ii 

I 



I I .31; 

I I .52 



10,10 12.20 



PM 



AM 



II 



12.10 
12,26 



4.45 

5.1.-, 
6.00 1 
6.15 



AM 



.-•■. M 



4.47 



I 

6. IT 



8.15 
12.10 



PM 



11.10 



PM 



10 



AM 



PM j AM 



11 .151 
12.1012.30 



6.2(1. 
u .511 
7 ,85 
7.60 



8.15 



I'M 



111 



8.15 



12.10 12.10 
4.35 
7.20 



PM 



AM 



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STATIONS 



Bangor 

Ao$ru.ita 

Portland 

Beaton 



Me. 



Wa tertown..„. 
Framingham... 

Worcester 

Dedham..~.,_ 
Walp„le 
Pawtucket 

Qninr-y 

Brockton ...^_ 
Tannton . 



..R.I.Lv 
..MassLv 
.. " Lv 
.. ■ Lv 
..R.I.Lv 



AM 



I AM 



110.05 
11.00 



Providence.. 

Daniel son.. ,.„.„__ConnLv 

Willimantic_„_.„ " Lv 

SpritiEfield. MassLv 

1 [artlo rd ConnLv 

Meriden_ ^ ** Lv 

Middletown " Lv 

Westerly Jl .1 . Lv 11 .05 

New London ConnLv 11.50 

Savhmok „ , „ , , " Lv 12.23 

New Haven , ** Lv 1 .40 

Bridgeport " Lv I 2 .26 

White Plains N .Y.Lv I 

Yonkera _ m " Lv y 

Olili But Terra. Ml W. 4Zod II. 

New York. " Lv 5 .35 

Brooklfn. " Ar I 



AM 



AM 



AM 1 AM 



9.1510.3011.15 



10.1)5 

I 

11.00 



2.511 
3 .30 



6.30 



.1)1! 



3.00 
3.13 



.Z .41 

I 

1.10 



2 .111 



8.00 
11.50 



PM 



AM 



10.45 
2.45 



AM I PM I PM PM PM PM 



7.30 
10.05! 
1 .00, 3 .15) 
4 .60, 7 .15i 



"L 



PM 



3.30 



n .nti t . 



-- 



- 



J. ,111 



6 .2S 
6,11 
7.2510.40 



5lO.00;i0.I5j 
10.20' I 11.1 
II ,O0i I |ll .5 
11.45! if ,\2A 
f 10.43 
10 .Si 
40 



11 .30,11 .59 



7.6011 .1E| 
S .III 
•J -2.n 



I 



,12.01' 

12 .501 

1 .30 



7 .30 10 ,26 
s .26 



y Y y 1 y u 



1 ,65 2 .40, 
2.45 . 



I 00 



2 .85 



2.35 



6.05 
6.45 



I PM 



I 6 :45j y I y + , + * 



7.03 9.0011.45 2,58 3.15 3.58' 
7.40 9.40 12^0 3.23| 3.50' 4.251 



6.50: 7.3d 



•J. Ill 

S.40I 



9.5010.5:1 12 ,10! 3.00 
II .15' 



6.10 



o,o0' 

6 .40, 



6,06 6.65 

7.45J 



PM PM PM PM PM PM I AM AM ! AM , AM 



fi.5r, 7 .on 



A.M A.M AM 



6.55 



AM 



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Table No. 36 



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Dly Dly Dly Dly Dly Dly Dly Dly! 
PM PM PM PM PM! PM PM, PM 

1 1 20 1000 9 .008 .00 7 ,00 6 .00 5 .004 .00 
120S ; I0559 .558 .55 7 .556 .55,5 .55 1 .55 
,1125 1025 9.26 8.25:7.256.25 5.42 



AM PM PM PM PM 



PM 



PM PM 



Dlyl Dly Dly' Dly Dly 1 
AM AM AM AM AM 

1O00 9.OO8.00 7JO0 . 
1055 9.508.55 7.55 6,55 
1126, 9. 25 8. 25 7. 25 

AM AM AM, AM. AM! 



STATIONS 



Dly' Dly' Diy' Dly' Dly' Dly' 
AM AM AM AM AM AM PM 



Lv Worcester. . Maaa.Ar 6,50 7.50 8.50 9.50 1050 1160 1250 

Lv Webster. " Lv 6 .05 7 .05 8 .90 9 .00 1000 1100 1201 ; 

ArPutman ....Conn.Lv 7,308.309.30 1130 1 



t— Daily eaoept Sunday and Holidays . 



AM AM, AMi AM| AM, AM AM 



Dly Dly Dly' Dly! Dly 1 Dly 
PM £M£M PM; PM AM 

7.508 .50 9,50 1120 1 ... 
,7.00 8.00 9.00 1030 ills 1201 
6.30 7 .30 8 .30 1000 1045 1130 

M, PMi PM, PMj PM PM 



A. M.— Light Face Type. 



P. M. — Bold Pace Type. 



All Time Shown Is Standard Time 



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Table No. 


37 Via N. 


E. T, Co. 


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"A.M.]A.M.l,A.M.iP.M^PJW.|P.M.|A.M. 


STATIONS 




P.M. 


P .M .1 P .M . 


P.M.; A.M.; A.M. A.M. 




to.io lain 


Lv NEW YORK. Dili.- Bus Terminal 


N.Y. Ar 
RJ, Lv 
.Man. Lv 


5.35 
9.50 
S.45 


6 .50 9 .10 


10.53 3.00 6.00 1 6.55 


2 .20 4 M 


6.40 ! 8.20 10.35 
7 .30 "l - l. r > 112 .01 


4.42 

6,26 
7.06 


6.25 
7.30 
8.06 


Ar Providence.. ...... . .„ „ . ._ 


11.00 
10.15 


1.10 
12.15 
11 .40 
10.33 


3.10 
2.15 
1.40 


7.50 
3.45 
6.10 


11.00 12.01 
9.45 11.15 


4 .Off 

6.00 


6.40 


8.05 


10.20 


12.36 


Ar Nnw Bedford 

T.v Rnxaarda Ray. . 


" Lv 

« Lv 

" Lv 

" Lv 

_. " Lv 

" Lv 

. " Lv 

. " Lv 


8 ,10 [ 9 .40 

f '"** 


9.10 


10.40 




-. = 

i 















10.16 




















9.49 

9.40 

8.25 

•8.60 

♦8 .43 




























































I.v Brewster 

Ar put ivi sir KTO wn "*~~~ 































'.s ,.-ii 










. " Lv 


- .. 


•7.40 


. ■ 







7 



NEW YORK— KINGSTON— ALBANY— GLENS FALLS— LAKE GEORGE 
LAKE PLACID— SARAN AC LAKE Table No, 38 



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ne 






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A ,M . 


P.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


STATION 


A.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


PJH. 


A.M. 


A.M. 










Lv New York „_. N.Y. Ar 










XX 




8.45 


1.45 


6.00 


11 .46 


Lv Dixie Miih Term ._ " 


Ar 


11,10 


1.46 


5.15 


9.60 


6.35 


12.10 


B.52 


1.52 


6.08 


11.52 


Lv 42nd St . Ferry ■* 


Ar 


10.50 


1.30 


4.55 


9.35 


6.15 


11,52 


9.15 


2.15 


6.30 


12.15 


Lv Fairview(Nungeaer)N.J.Lv 


10 .40 


1 .20 


4.45 


9.25 


6.05 


11.42 


9.30 


2.30 


6.45 


12.30 


Lv Hnckeneack. M 


Lv 


10.25 


1 ,05 


4.30 


9.08 


5.48 


11 .25 


9.50 


2.50 


7.05 


12.50 


Lv Ridgewood .__._ „ " 


Lv 


10.11 


12.46 


4.14 


8.46 


6.30 


11 .05 


10.10 


3.10 


7.26 


1.10 


Lv Mabwab ,., N.Y 


. Lv 


9.61 


12,31 


3.56 


8.31 


5.16 


10.46 


10.23 


3.23 


7.38 


1.23 


I.v Tuxedo. . ., " 


Lv 


9,37 


12.17 


3.42 


8.17 


5.02 


10.32 


BlO .30 


B3.30 


B7.45 


111 .30 


Ar SouthBelda — _ " 


Lv 


9.30 


12.10 


3.35 


8.10 


4.55 


10.25 


10.40 


3.40 


7.50 


1.40 


Lv Soothflelds „. " 


Ar 


9.24 


11 .59 


3.24 


S.OO 


4.45 


10.16 


10.65 


3.55 


8.05 


1.66 


Lv Monroe . , i,,.,, „„, " 


Lv 


9.08 


11.50 


3.10 


7.45 


4.30 


10.00 


11.10 


4.10 


8.20 


2.10 


Lv Washingtonville. _ " 


Lv 


8.53 


11.37 


2.57 


7.31 


4.16 


9.46 


11.28 


4.28 


■1.3 7, 


2.28 


Lv Maybrook „ " 


Lv 


8.35 


11.20 


2-40 


7.15 


4.00 


3 JIU 


11.32 


4.32 


8.40 


2.32 


Lv Scotts Corner. 


Lv 


8.30 


11.15 


2.35 


7.10 


3.55 


9.25 


11 38 


4.38 


8.45 


2,38 


Lv Walilen » 


Lv 


8 .25 


11.10 


2.30 


7.05 


3,50 


9.20 








11.45 


4.45 


8,60 


2.45 


LvWallkill... „ " 


Lv 


8.18 


11 .02 


2.23 


6.57 


3.42 


9.12 


11 .59 4 .59 


9.01 


2.59 


Lv Ireland Comers " 


Lv 


8.05 


10.50 


2.10 


6.45 


3.30 


9.00 


12.03 6.03 


9.04 


3,03 


I,v MndATift ,, ,,,,," 


Lv 


8.02 


10 .43 


2.07 


6.42 


3.27 


8.57 


12.15 5.15 


9.14 


3,15 


Lv Now Pal la " 


Lv 


7.60 


10.33 


1.65 


6.30 


3.15 


8.46 


12.30 5 .30 


9.25 


3.30 


LvTilison.... . " 


I.v 


7.37 


10.22 


1.42 


e .15 


3.00 


8.30 


12.35 , 5.36 


9.30 


3.35 


T.v Hr>4»ndn1n , "• 


Lv 


7.32 


10.17 


1.37 


6.10 


2.56 


8 .25 


12.40 ' 5.40 


9 .35 


8.40 


Lv MapIehUI ■■ 


Lv 


7.28 


10.13 


1 .33 


6.05 


2.50 


8.20 




L9 .48 


a. 00 




Lv 


7,10 


111. (HI 


1.15 


5.45 


2.35 


8,00 








i .ao e .so 


10.00 


25 


Lv Kingston " 


Ar 




9.47 


12.47 


5.20 


2.06 




1.48 


6.48 


10.18 


4 .46 [ Lv Saugertiea., „.„„._„ " 


Lv 




9.30 


12.30 


5.00 


1.45 


1 .67 


6.57 


10.27 


■1 .55 Lv Cement on.. .. , •* 


Lv 




9.18 


12.18 


4.48 


1.32 


2.10 


7.10 


HI .10 


5.10 


Lv falsi, ill " 


Lv 




9.05 


12.05 


4.35 


1.20 




2.30 


7.30 


11.00 


6.30 


Lv W . Coisackie .. " 


Lv 




8.45 


11.45 


4.16 


12.50 






7.45 

K8.15 

8.25 
S.45 


11.15 
11.45 

II 


5.45 
86.16 




Lv 
Lv 




8.30 
8.00 


11.30 
11.00 


4.00 
3.30 


12.36 
12.05 


R3 .15 


Ar Albany " 


3.25 
3.46 


6.25 


Lv Albany . " 


Ar 






10 .55 


3.20 


12.01 


B 




6.45 


Lv Lathams Corners.. " 


Lv 






10.33 


2.56 


11.40 


-o 


3.53 


8.53 


1 


6.53 


l.v rrwpRnl •« 


Lv 






10.28 


2. 48 


11.30 


s 


3,58 


S.5S 


6.58 


Lv Clifton Park " 


Lv 






10.23 


2.32 


11.25 




4 .05 


9.05 




7.05 


Lv Round Lake " 


Lv 






10.16 


2.23 


11,15 


1 


4.10 


9.10 


4 


7.10 


Lv Malta „ " 


Lv 






10.10 


2.18 


11.10 


4.30 


9.30 




7.30 


Lv Saratoga __. *■ 


Lv 






9.55 


2.00 


10,65 


| 


5.05 


10.05 


«r£ 


8.05 


Lv Glens Fails . " 


Lv 






9.20 


1 .20 


10.20 


1 


L6.S5 


10.25 




L8.26 


Ar Lake George *• 


Lv 






9.00 


1.00 


10.00 




i.S.45 




L8.50 


Lv Lake Georfe " 


Ar 








12.35 


9.35 




6.06 




■o >i 


9.10 


IjV Warreoaburg.-.. *■ 


Lv 








12.16 


9.16 




6.25 




s-a 


9.30 


Lv Chestertown " 


Lv 








11.50 


8.50 




6 .35 




E _ 

Si- 


9.40 
9.50 


Lv Loon Lake. "■ 

Lv Potters ville . . _ *■ 


Lv 
Lv 








11.40 
11.30 


S.40 
8.30 




6.45 






7.06 




s'' 


10.10 


LvSchroon Lake " 


Lv 




. ■ 




11.10 


8.10 




7.20 




,_>: 


10 .25 


Lv Schroon River ** 


Lv 




S° 




10.50 


7.50 




7.48 




w* 


10.65 


Lv New Russia. " 


Lv 






10.27 


7.27 




8.00 


s"C 


11.05 


Lv EliiabeUitown. _ " 


Lv 




is' 
«s 

JrA 




10.16 


7.15 




8.35 




SB 


11.40 
12.15 


Lv Keene... . " 


Lv 
Lv 






9.37 
9.00 


6.37 

G.00 






Lv Lake Placid 




9.2S 

9.40 




12.30 

12.45 

XI 


Lv Raybrook....^. ,_ " 

Ar Saranac Lake " 


Lv 
Lv 






8.45 
8.30 


5.45 
5.30 

IS 









«— R 


Litis Fric 


ay. Sltl 


irday an 


d Sunday only . Runs 


also 


on Nov 


28-29. 


Dee. 24 


25, and 


Jan. 1- 


2. 



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AM |PM 



STATIONS 



NEW YORK. N .Y . 

8 .45, 1 .45. Lv Dixie Bus Tern . " Ar 1 .45 9 .50 

9.15 2 .IS Lv Fab-view ....N.J. Lv 1.20 9.25 

9.30 2 .30 Lv Hackertsack " Lv 1.06 9.08 

9.50 2 .50 Lv Ridgowood ___ " Lv| 12.45 8.45 

10.30 3.30 Ar SOUTH FIELDS.NY.Lv 12,10 8.10 



PM j PM 



io.4(] s.40|Lvso uthfuilds 

1 .00 6.00|Ar KINGSTON _. 



Ar 12.01 8.00 
Lv 10 .00 5 .45 



I .:i« 
1.48 

1 .52! 

2 .05' 
2.25 
2.30 
2.(0 
3.001 
3.021 
3.05! 
3.15 
3.25 
3.35 1 
3.50 
1.05 
4.20 
4.42 
.1 ..!:, 



6 .30! Lv KINGSTON ... " At 

6 .42 Lv Saugprties " Lv 

6 .52. Lv Quarry ville " Lv 

7 .05 Lv Palenville .. " Lv 

7 .211 Lv Haines Fall*. " Lv 

7 .25 Lv Tanners ville " Lv 

7 .40 Lv Hunter " Lv 

7 .55 Lv Hensonville...... " Lv 

S.OOLv Oaborn House ., " Lv 

8 ,05' Lv Windham *' Lv 

8 .16 Lv Ashland. " Lv 

8 .2S;Lv Prattoville. ... '■ Lv 

8 .35 Lv Grand Gorge™ " Lv 

8 ,50 Lv Stamford " Lv 

9 .06 Lv Harnersfietd " Lv 

9 .20 Lv Davenport " Lv 

9 .43: Ar ONEONTA HOTEL" Lv 

9 .46! \r Sherman Pharm . *■ Lv 



9.47 

9 .30| 
9.18 
9.10 
8.55 
8.50' 
8.40 
M.2H 
3.20 
8.16 
& .01 
7.66' 
7. -15 
7.30 
7.14 
7.00 

e,30 

6.25! 



5.20 

S.oo 
4.48 
4.40 
4.26 
4.20 
4.10 
3.53 
3.50 
3 .45 
3.35 
3.25 
3.15 
3.00 
2.44 
2.30 
2.00 
1 .55 



Comfortably Heated Coaches 

Reclining Chairs 

Porter and Pillow Service 

and 

Thru Express Service 

(41 Hours Between New York and" Miami 1 

Will make this Winter's trip 
X 

FLORIDA 

The most enjoyable and economical of 
your travel experiences — Insist on 



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PHILADELPHIA — ATLANTIC CITY — OCEAN CITY 



Table No, 41 



READ (IP 



PM 
103C 

1225 



PM PMlPM PM 



$.3*8.30 7.005.30 

Illy 
Y 1025 8.55 1 



6.15 

7 



.11) 



9 .lit 

I !"'«.'! 

I (125 
'1035. 



I 

(7.00 
7.20 
7.30 



AM PM PM PM PM 



I'M 



1 (1 5 



I'M 



I'M 



1.00 
.55 



PM 



3.45 
I 



PM 



2.30 
1.35 



1 .00 

2 .55 



5.15 

5.35 
!S .461 



I'M 



PM 



1230 



1.10 

I .in 
2.05 
2.25 
2.35 



AM 



1130 
1.25 



PM! PM 1 PMi PM| PM| PM 



'- 
,AM AM'AM 



STATIONS 



AMI AM 1 AM 1 AM, PM PM! PM 



1000 9.30,9.00: Lv Phltadelphia.l'a . Ar 8.25 8.45 9.25 11251 .00 1 ,25 



■ Quaker City Term . 

1155 + ,1055 Ar Atlantic City.N J . Lv j6 .3 



T |7 .80 9 .30: J 



1130 



2.55 
1.00 



lloio! I Lv Berlin 31 ,3 . Lv 

1040 I Lv Hammonton " Lv 

1105 I Lv Pleasant ville " Lv 

1126 I Lv Somen Pt . .. " Lv 

11351 At Ocean Citr " Lv 



AM AMI AM! 



1' 

7.10 
6,55 
6.46, 



PM PM 



1,15 



■1 .25 



1 PM 



PM PM PM 



6 .20 5 ^5>7 .45 



PM PM PM 

7 .55 S .55.1055 



T 2,301 * : 1 .00| * .6.00,7,00' 







AM AM AM AM AM AM PM PM PM 



I'M 



A, M.— Light Face Type. 



P. M.— Bold Face Trfe, 



All Time Shown U Standard Tim* 



(' IEWYORK--PHILADELPHIA--LOS ANGELES 
read down Table No. 42 

ST 



P.M 



A.M 



st c AtTons 



READ UP 



A .M 



2.00 
6.40 



s.oo 

11.40 



] Lv New York _N.Y. Ar 
! Ar Philadelphia- Pa. Lv 



11.46 
5.10 

12.05 



1.30 
7.20 
2.30 



9,00 
1.50 

6 46 | 
7.50 

12.23 



1.00 
6.30 
12.01 
2,00 
6.36 



Lv Philadelphia .. " 
Lv Gettysburg ... " 
Ar PitteburEh " 



12.20 
9.00 



Ar 
Lv 

Lv 



3 .00 Lv Pittsburgh * Ar 

8 .00 Ar Cleveland. Ohio Lv 

12 .32 Ar Toledo " Lv 

2 .30 Ar Detroit MicbLv 

6 .52 Ar Chicago 111. Lv 



8.35 
3.30 

S.OO 



I* ,.M . A -M 



1 .20 

10.00 



9.16 
6.15 



s .« 6 .110 
4 -it. I -00 
9 ,30 ' 6 .45 



8.30 
6.00 


12.30 
9.00 


7.4E 
11.46 

8.00 
2 .511 




8.30 
4.00 


9.30 
5.15 

7.40 
9.40 



Lv Pittsburgh Pa . 

Ar St . Louis Mo 



At 
Lv 



12.01 
7.20 
8.25 

10.20 



Lv St. Louis " Ar 

Ar Tulsa OMa Lv 

Ar El Paso .Tes . Lv 

Ar Los Angeles— " Lv 

, Lv Chicago 111 . Ar 

I Ar Omaha ...Neb.I.v 

I Ar Salt Lake CityUtahLv 
I Ar San FramrlsroCfllif Lv 



E.4G 
1.30 
9.00 
7.00 
12.45 



8.00 
S.46 



9.00 
4.00 

1 



9.30 
10.15 





9.30 




7.00 




s.oo 




1.00 


5,00 




9.30 




1 1 .00 




8.30 





5.20 
1 .00 
9.00 
7.00 
12.15 



* 

6.30 
11.00 
12.01 

8.30 



NEW YORK - NEWBURGH ■ POUGHKEEPSIE - ALBANY 
read down Table No. 40 «"*» l 'f 

"PM |PM AM AM STATIONS AM PM I'M PM 



-r 



6 ,00 2 .00 9 .09 

7.20 3.20111.20 
7.25 3.2510.25 
7.30 3.3010.30 
7.36 3,35,10,35 

7 .50 3 .50 1 1 .00: 
7 .r,r, 3 .35 1 1 .05 
8.0(1 1.00 11,1(1 
S.05 4.05 11,15. 
8.1(1 1.10 11.20 
8.16 4.15 11 .25 

4 .30 1 1 ,40 

4 .40,1 1 .50 
4.4511 .SB 
■I ,55 12 .03 

5 .20 12 .26 
5 .05 13 .16 
.1.25 t2.3!i 
5.35 12.45 

1 .00 



.36 

8.411 
8.45 

8 .55 
9.10 

9. on 

9 .25 
9.33 



10 .00 6 .00 

10.30 0.30 

10 .37 fi .37, 

11 .00 7.00 



It .12 
II .27 

II .55 

12.80 



7.1: 

7.27. 
7 .55 



New York N ,Y . 
Lv Di Lie Bus Term , 
' Lv SuiT^rn " 

Lv Sloatsburg " 

LvTuscrto ... " 
Lv Routhnelds " 
Lv Hornmiin .. " 
Lv Centra] Valley" 
l,v lliubbii'i Mills" 
Lv Woodbury . " 
Lv Mountain villi- " 
Lv Vafi-a G.n< 
7.30 Lv Newbum . " 
7.-1(1 Lv Mlddlehnne . " 

7 .45 Lv Mnrlborouvrh " 

7.55. Lv Milton " 

8.10 Ar Pouuhkct-p^i, ' 

ft .05 Lv Highland " 

8.25 LvPort Ewen ... " 

8 .:;■"■ Ar KinEJulon , ,„ " 
0.00 Lv Kindlon " 

l .3010.30 Lv Saoeerties. 

1 .3710.37 Lv Mniden .... 
2.011 11 .00 r,v Cataklll .. " 
2.1211 .12 Lv Athena ..... " 
2.271 I . J JV Lv Caxaacltfa 

2 .65 1 1 .53 Lv Coeymans . 



B .30 3 .311 12 .30 Ar Albuny. 



a M PM , PM PM 



Ai ■111.35 12.50 5 .35, 9.35 


Lv 9.10 11 .25 1 .10. 8.10 


Lv 9.06.11 .2i. 1 .U5 .I .86 


Lv il.unjl .15 4 .00 t .mi 


Lv B.6all .m 3.55 7.55 


I.v 8.15 10.45. 3.151 7.45 


Lv 8.35 10.35; 3.3S 7.35 


Lv 8,3010.30 3.30 7.30 


Lv 8, 2 5 HI .25', 3.25 7.25 


Lv 8 ,20 10 .20 3 .20. 7 .20 


Lv 8.1510.15 3.15 7.!5 


Lv R. 110 1 0.00. 3.00 7.00 


Lv 5 .45 9 .45 2 .45 6 .45 


Lv 7 .40 9 .111 2 .40. 6 .40 


Lv 7.30 9.30 2.30 6.30 


Lv, 7 .00 9 .115 2 .051 6 .10 


L\ 7.40 1' -2" 2.20 6.20 


Lv 7 .01) 9.00 2 .00' 6 .00 


Lv 6.50 8.5(1 1 ,50 5.50 


An 8 .40 1 ,30. 5 ,30 


Lv , g .10 t ,oo| s .oo 




7. SB 12.481 4.48 


I.v 


1 7.4012^10! 4,30 


Lv 


7,25 12.15' 4.15 


l,v 


7,10 12.01 1 .00 


1 . 


1 1 ,30. 3 .30 


Lv 


111 .on 3,nn 




AM AM lAM PM 



Saturday, Sunday and Holidays, 1 

Newbnrgh only. 
Daily 5 .00 P .M . leaving NewburKh to New 1 ork . 



15 P .M . leaVf Ne* York til 



NEW YORK — MIDDLETOWN — PORT JERVIS 

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P.M 



6.00 

6.20 
9.00 

' 9.15 
9,20 

1 9.30 
II .35 
9.45 



P .M J A .M 



2.0(1 it .011 



2.21) 
5.00 
5 .55 
5.20 
5.30 
S.35 
6.45 



9.20 

12.01 

1.05 

12.20 
12.30 
12.35 
12.45 



-,- 



V ,M . P ,M ., P .M 



.M. 



' STATU iNS 



A ,M , P -M . 



P .M . P .M* 



Lv New York N .Y ,Ar 

Dixie llus Terra . 

... . Lv 167U) Broadway At 

8.15 Lv Middletown .... " Ar 

8 .05 Lv Pine Busb „ " Lv 

8 .36 Lv Otisviile _. " Lv 

8 .45 Lv Goddefroy " Lv 

8 .60 Lv Huguenot — „ " Lv 

9.00 ArPortJerrls " Lv 



ln-ir, 



A.M. 



* Sill, mi Hell days On If. 



12.50 



A.M 






,S0 
,16 

.10 . 

.oo | 



7 .50 ' 9 ,35 

7 .25 ' 9 .10 

4 .55 i 6 .55 
4 JO I 6 .20 
1 .30 I 6 .30 
4.15 6.15 
4 .10 | 6 .10 
4 .00 I 6 .00 



A.M. 



P .M . P -M . 



NEW YORK — ELLEN VILLE — LOCK SHELDRAKE 

READ DOWN Table NO. 44 Via Hudson Transit READ UP 



PM 



' PM 



AM 



STATIONS 



PM PM 



I'M I'M 



.00 
6 .211 
9,30 
9.40 
'.I ,1," 
9 .511 
10.00 
10.10 
10.20 
10.25. 
10.35 
10.451 

I 



2.00 . 
2.20 
5 .311 . 
5.40 

5 .45 . 
5.5(1 

i. .in' 



Z 6.10 


... 6.20,. 


... , 6.2.11 


. ..! 6.35; 


6 M\ 

1 



9.(10 
!l .2(1 
1 2. 3d 
12,411 
12.15 
.12.SC 
1 .00 
l.lll 
1.20 
1.25 
1 .35 
1.45 



NEW YORK. N.Y. 
Lv Diiie Bus Term," Ai I 2 
... Lv 107th & Broadway Arl2 



.. Lv Wurtsbaro ...... 

..Lv Summit ville..,, '* 

.. Lv Phillipsport .... " 
iLvSpring Gk in 

. Lv Ellenville " 

Lv Mountaimlale " 
Lv Woodridge.. „ " 

-.LvS.Fallsburg^ " 
.LV Woodbourne " 

_.|Lv Lock Shuldrakc' 



I.v il 
Lv. 9 
Lv; 9 
Lv! o 
Lv 9 
Lv 
Lt 
Lt 
Lv 
I.'. 



.50 3.50 
.26 3.25 
.30 12,30' 
.2" 12.20 

.1- I'.'.l:. 
.1-12.111 
.01 12.01 

.50 

-II 

.30 

.2. 
.11 



11.60 




11 .40 




11.301 


11,201 


ii .ie L. 



7 .50 
-;.•:■ 
4.30 
4,20 
4. IB 
4 .11) 
4 .00 
3.50 
3.40 
3.30 



9.35 

6,3(1 
6.211 
0.15 
6.10 
0.00 
5.50 
5 .40 
5.30 



07 "5 



3.20' 5.20 
3.10 5.10 



: 



NEW YORK— MONTICELLO— LIBERTY— BINGHAMTON 



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Table NO. 45 Via Hudson Transit BE AD UP 



PM PM | AM 



ST AT in ,:- 



AM PM PM I'M PM*. 



.00 Lv 
.20 Lv 
.20 Lv 
.25 Lv 
.30 Lv 
.86 Lv 
.00 Lv 




NEW YORK N .Y . 

Dide Bus Terminal — " 

I67ih Street and Broadwaj " 

Suflern '* 

SloBt^borg ™ 

Tunedo 

Southfielda _____ 

Harriman _— 

Monroe.,^. _- ■ 

Cheater... _- _— . 

Goshen _ 

MIDDLETOWN . .... 2 

Blonmingburg ...__ — -.._. 

WURTSBORO — " 

Rock HiU - " 

Bridgevillc " 

MONTI CELLO 

liitrri.s 

Ferndale 

LIBERTY 

Pnrksville. 

Hancock 

Depi«il ... 



Ar 10.3512-50 
.111 12.25 
,11111.25 
.05 U -0 
.00 11.15 
.55 11,10 
.45 10 .45 
,4010.40 
.3010.25 
.2010.16; 



Ar 
Lv 

Lv 
Lv 

l.v 

Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 

Lv 
Lv 




!S5 ArBlNGHAMTON 



Lv 17. 

Lv 

Lv ...... 

Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
l.v 
Lv 



9 
I 

2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
_, 1 
9 .55 12 
9,10 12 
0.3012 
9.1512 
11.1012 
9 .00 12 
8.40 11 
8 .35 1 1 
8.30 11 



.50 7.50 
.25 7.251 
.25 6.25 
,20 6.20 
.15. 6.15 
.1(1 0.10 
.45 5.45 
.40' 5,40 
.25 S.25 
S.15 
4 .55 
4 .40 
.30 4.30 
6 4.15 
4.10 
t .011 
3.40 
3 .35 
3,30 
3.15 
2.45 
1 ,20 

I 2 .50 

II .IB 



5. 
SB 

.10 



.10 
.01 
.40 

.:;:> 
.80 



9.35 

Oo 

8.05 
S.OO 
7.55 
7.45 
7.40 
7.25 
7.15 
6.56 
6.40 
6.30 
6,15 
6.10 
6.00 
5.40 
5.3S 
5.30 



__ 

"_ A 



» 

II 

__. 

_- 
3s_- 

ill 

_■&' 



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NEW YORK— ASBURY PARK— SPRING LAKE Table No. 46 via now York-Asbiry park Lino, read up 



Daily Daily Dailv ' Daily D_il 
P .M . P .M . P .M .1 A .M . A .M 




STATIONS 



NEW YORK 

Lv Diiie Bus Terminal 

Ar Morgan „ 

Ar Laurence Harbor 

. Ar ClbTwood 

Ar Keyport _ ., ., ,, , 

Ar Middletown 

Ar RED BANK 

Ar Fort Monmouth. 

Ar Oeeanport...... . 

Ar LONG MUCH 

Ar West End...,____ 

Ar Elberson..,,-, _- 

Ar Eatontown 



...N ,Y . 

JiJ. 



Ar West Long Beach . 

Ar Oakhurat — 

Ar Deal — 

Ar Allenhurst 

Ar ASBURY PARK ... 

Ar Ocean Grove. __. 

Ar Bradley Beach 

Ar Belmar . 

Ar SPRING LAKE _ 



Ar 
I.'. 
Lv 
Lv 

I.v 

Lv 
Lv 

Lv 

I.v 

Lv I 

Lv . 

Lv 

Lv ! 

Lv 

Lv , 

Lv 

Lv , 

Lv 

Lv 

Lv 

Lv 



li;,ilv 
A.M 



■:> .35 

8,15 
8.14 
8.12 
8.10 
7.55 
7.50 
7.41 
7.40 
7.85 
T.30 
7,27 



Daily ' Daily I 
A.M.; A.M 



I Daily 
P.M 



Daily | Daily l Daily 
P.M JP.M.'P.M. 



10.46 11 .26 

9.25 liO.05 

9.21 '10.04 

9.22 10,02 



9.20 
9.00 
8.50 
8.41 
8.40 
8.35 



10. OO 
9.10 
9.30 
9.21 
9.20 
9. IB 



8.30 I 9 

8.27 9.07 
9.18 
9.18 
9 10 
0.06 
9.03 
9.00 



8.26 
8.23 
8.20 
8.15 
8.10 
8.05 
I 8.00 



3.55 
2.35 
2.34 
2.32 
2 .30 
2.10 
2.00 
1 .51 
I .50 
1.45 
1.39 
1.37 



5.55 
4.35 
4.34 
4 .32 
4 .30 
4 .10 
4.00 
3.51 
3.50 
3.45 
3.40 
3.37 



, 7.56 

I 6.35 

, 6 -li 

0.32 

1 6.30 

i, .10 

6.00 

. 5.51 

5.50 

6.45 

5.40 

5 .37 



I.3G 
1 .33 
1 .30 
1.20 
1 .15 
1.10 
1.05 



3.35 
3.33 

3.30 
3.20 
3.15 
3.10 
3.05 



5.35 

5,33 
5.30 
5.20 
5.15 

5.10 

5 .or. 



10 .55 
9.35 
9,34 
9.32 
9.30 
9.10 
9.00 
8.51 
8.50 
8.45 
8.40 
8.37 



6.35 
8,33 
8,30 
8.20 
8.15 
8.10 
H .115 



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All Time Shown la Standard Tuna 



BEAD DOWN 


NEW YORK 


—READING— BETHLEHEM- 

Vis Golden Arrow 


-ALLENTOWN 

Lines 


Table No. 47 




BEA 


( 


A.M. ' P.M. 


P ,M . P .M . 


P.M. 


A.M. 


A.M. 


STATIONS 






A.M. 


A.M. 


1 P.M, 


P.M. 


P.M. ' 


P.M. 


A.M. 


-12.30 1 10.40 
si .05 ! 11 .26 


6.40 3.40 ' 1.10 
7 .30 4 .30 2 .00 


10 .40 J 
11.30 


7.40 

8.25 

8.40 

9.03 

9.28 

9.28 

9.34 

9.43 

9.50 

9.55 

9.67 

10.05 

10.19 

10.38 

10.40 

11 ,05 

11 .20 


NEW YORK.. 


N .Y 


Ar 

Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Ar 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Ar 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 


9.15 
B.24 


11.26 
10.35 


3.00 
2.10 


3.55 
5,06 


9.10 | 
8 .25 | 


11 .30 

10.40 
10.25 
10.02 
9.47 
9.47 
9.40 
9.31 
9.22 
9.18 
9.16 
9.08 
8 ,5 ft 
8 .32 
8.30 
8.00 
7.45 


82.80 
si .50 
si .20 

""sHET 

912.56 
b12 .47 
sl2.44 
812.42 
a 12 ,42 
912 ,26 
al2.12 
S12.10 
sll .4 5 
911 .30 


NEWARK ... 
Lv Marl* Bus Terminal. 
Lv Elizabeth - .. 


N J . 

■ ft 


si .35 1 2. IIS 

1 12.20 

' 12 .20 

s2 .02 12 .28 
S2.09 12.8? 
92.15 1 12.11 
s2.18 12.18 
82.20 12.50 
A2.20 i 12.60 ! 
82 .35 | 1 .03 
92.50 1 1 .15 
s2.62 1 1.17 
a3.I8 1.40 
s3 .30 I 1 ,55 


8 .05 G .03 2 .33 
8 .23 5 .23 2 .53 
8 .23 r, .23 2 .53 
8 ,30 5.30 3.00 
3 .39 5 ..19 3 .09 
3.48 5.48 3.18 

8 .52 5 .52 3 .22 
8.54 3.5.1 3.24 

9 .02 G .02 3 .32 
il .19 6.19 3.19 
9 .38 6 .38 4 .08 
9.40 fi.40 4.10 

10.10 7.10 4.40 
10.25 7,26 4.60 


1 2 .03 

12.23 

12.23 

12.30 

12.39 

12.48 

12.52 

12.54 

1 .02 

1 .19 

1 .38 

1 .40 

2.10 ' 

2.25 


Lv North Plainfield... 


H 


7.50 


9.68 
9.44 
9 .14 
9.36 
9.27 
9.19 
9.15 
SI .13 
9.13 
8.56 
8.37 
8.35 
8.05 
7. SO 


1 .32 

1.17 

1.17 

1 .10 

1 .01 

12.52 

12 .48 

12.46 

12.38 

12.21 

12.02 

la .01 

11 .35 
11.20 1 


4.24 
4 .09 
4.09 
4.01 
3.53 
3.44 
3.40 
3.38 
3.36 
3 .20 
3.02 
3.00 
2.30 
2.15 


7.46 
7.31 . 
7.31 
7.24 
7.16 
7.07 
7.02 ' 
7.01 1 
6,53 
6.35 J 
6.17 • 
6.15 
5.45 ' 
5.30 1 


Ar Snmerville 
Lv Somerville. . 


It 
II 


" 7.30 
7.22 
7.16 
7.12 
7.10 
7.10 
6.56 
6.42 
6.40 
6.16 
6.00 




ii 


Lv Lebanon. ._ 


**. 




ft 


Ar Clinton 


14 




14 


Lv Bloomsburg 


41 


Lv Phillipsburg ., 

Lv Easlon 


.Pa. 

ft 




■ 1 






a6.05 ._ 


10.30 8.15 5.00 
11.10 8.55 5.45 
9 ,47 6 .37 


3,30 
4.15 

4.50 


11.30 
12.10 
12.45 


Lv Atlentown.. 


■ < 


Ar 
Lv 
T,v 


a6.00 
a5.15 


7.40 
6.55 
6.00 


10.50 
10.05 i 
9.30 


bl.SO 

bl .10 

bll.15 


4.55 | 
4.15 

3.30 ; 


6.15 
5.3a 
5.00 


111 .15 
9.35 
9.00 


a6.45 
a7.28 






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NEW YORK — PHILADELPHIA — CHICAGO Table No. 49 

HEA D DOWN Via Safowa? Lines READ IIP 



I'M 



1 1 .00 

12.01 
2.00 



1 I .;V.t 



2.16 
2.45 
5.10 
8.45 
9.45 

I 

12.45 
I .15 

2.35 

3 .311 
4.40 
6.00 
6.30 
-g--~ 

10,00 



P.M. A.M. 



10.15 
11 .69 

8.00 
9.45 



3.30 
4 .30 
6.30 



STATION'S 



P ,M , P JM 



8.30 
9.30 
11.30 



MOW YOHK, 
Lv Diiie Bub Terminal 

Lv Newark... 

Ar Easton 



N.V. 



NJ. 
Pa. 



3.30 8.45 LvPHII.AOKI.PHlA 



Ar 3 .30 
Lv I 2 .30 
Lv 12.30 

..'ill 



Ar 






10.30 

■A .1111 
2 .50 



3.35 
4.00 



5.00 
5.20 
5.15 



7.00 
7.25 
9.40 
12.15 
1.00 
2.25 
3.60 

I 

5.25 
_____ 

7.46 | 
— «M 
11.15 
11.30 
1.15 
9,30 
II .15 



12.01 

12.25 

2.40 

5.30 

6.20 



9.00 

9.30 

10.50 

11.35 

12 .55 
2,15 

2.45 



Lv Esston 

Lv Allentown .. 

Lv Harriftburg 

L v Hunti TiKti t> n 

Lv Holidaysburg.. 

Lv IndianH 

Lv Butler .__ 

Ar PITTSBURGH 

Lv PITTSBURGH 

Lv New Castle 

Lv Youngstown 

Lv Akron 

Ar CLEVELAND 

Lv CLEVELAND 

Lv Lnraln..... 

Lv Sandusky _*^,„ 

Ar TOLEDO 



..Ohio 



Ar 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Ar 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Ar 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 



12.01 
11.36 
9.20 
7.00 
5.40 



6.30 
8,15 i 



Lv TOLEDO 
Ar DETROIT... 
Lv DETROIT. 
Ar TOLEDO... 



..Mich 
„Obio 



11.45 6.45 



1 .35 
1 .45 
4.30 
5.00 



6.00 
6.20 
6.15 



8.30 

s.i:. 
11 .30 
12.01 



Lv TOLEDO 

Lv South Bend 

Lv Michigan City.. 

Lv Bryan 

Lv Kendal lville_..„ 

Lv Gary 

Lv Hammond.. 



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..Ohio 
..Ind. 



1 .00 
1.20 , 
1 .15 I 



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Safoway Depots __._.. 
Ar 407 S. Wabaah.... _ 
Ar 36 W. Van Buren... 
Ar Brevoort HnteL...^. 



111. 



Ar 
Lv 

Ar 
Lv 

Ar 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 
Lv 



Lv 
Lv 
Lv 



3.00 
2 .45 
1.25 
12 .40 
II .20 
10.00 
9.30 

' jiso 

Ii .00 

5.45 
4 .00 
7.45 
6.00 



8.30 
7.30 
5.30 
7.15 
5.00 
4.35 
2 JO 
12.01 
10.45 
9.20 
7.55 





A.M. 


1 


7.30 
7.00 


,..,.., L ., L . 


5.00 




9.30 








4.45 
1 .15 
1.60 



■ 



.', .30 



7 JO 
I.I.II-"! 

4.16 
4.00 

2,00 
12.30 
12.15" 
10.30 

2.30 

i a .3d 

12.15 



10.45 
9.30 



6.30 
6.00 
4 ,30 
3.40 
2.20 
1 .00 
12.30 

10.30 

9.00 



8.45 
7.00 
10.46 
9.00 



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3.45 
1.40 

10.30 

io .oo 



10.35 

S.40 , 

5,30 

:, .1111 



t * 



9.00 
8.46 
8.30 



4.00 , 

3 .45 

3.30 



8.30 
3.15 
2.10 

,i 

I .00 



II .351 

11 .45 

i 1 1 .30 



NEW YORK — PHILADELPHIA 


REHOBOTH BEACH 


Table No. 50 


READ DOWN 


READ UP 


Dly 


Dly 




Dly Dly i 


e*. 


en . Sun . 


STATIONS 


en . ei . Sun 


Sun. 


Sun J Only 




Sun . Sun. Only 


AM AM 


AM 




PM AM ' AM 


10 .00! 




Lv New Vork N .1 


.Ar 3.20 12.20 12.20 


1 -in 




Ar Philadelphia Pa. 


Lv 12.01 9.00 9.00 




iLv Philadelphia. " 




2 .00 7 .00 7 .00 Lv Quaker City Term. 


Ar,11.20 8.50' 8.50 


2.00 7.00 7.00LV Hotel VendiK 


At 


2 ,20 7 .20 7 .20Lv 69th St . Term _. " 


Lv 11 .0(1 8.301 8,30 


2.28i 7.28 7 ,28|Lv Lansdowne " 


Lv 10.52 8.22 8.22 


2.32 7.32 7.32'Lv Darby " 


Lv 10.48 8.18! 8,18 


F 


F F I.v Clenoldeil " 


Lv F F 1 F 


2.49 


7.491 7,49Lv Chester " 


Lv 10.31 8.01 8.01 


2.59 


7.59 7.59Lv Marcus Hook. " 


l.v 10,21 7.51; 7.51 


F 1 F ! P |Lv Claymont Del 


.Lv V F 1 F 


3.20; 8.20 8 .20 Ar Wilmington " 


LvlO.OO 7. SO 1 7.30 


3 .30, 8 .30! 8 .30 Lv Wllmingten .... " 


Ar B.55 7 ,25 7.25 


3 .35' 8 .35 8 .35 2nd & French Sis ." 


Ar, 9 .50, 7 ,20 7 ,20 


4.00| 9.00! 9 .00 Lv St , Georges " 


Lv 9 .25! 6 .55 6 .55 


4 ,09i 9 ,09! 9 .OS Lv Odessa " 


Lv 9.18 6 ,46 6 .46 
Lv:hJ8.58k 628 116.28 


114. 2J:k 9.27 R 9.27 


Lv Smyrna '* 


5 .00 10.00.lO.OOLv Dover " 


Lv 8 .25 5 .55 5 ,5S 


5. 15 10,1 6 LO. 15 Lv Magnolia " 


Lv, 8.10; 5.40 5.40 


5 .22 10.22 10.22 Lv Frederics. _ " 


Lvj 8 .02 5 .32' 8 .32 


5 .40 10.40 10.40Lv Mllferd "' 


Lvl 7.46 5.15 5.15 


6.00 Ill.OOLv Milton " 


Lv 7.25 4.55 


6.2P |ll.26Lv Lewes " 


Lv 7 .00 4 .30 


6.40 ill . 40! Ar Kehobolh Beach " 


Lvj 6 .46' 1.15 


6 .45 10 .45 10 .45 Lv Milford Del 


. Ar! 7,36 5.05 5.05 
Lv 7 05 -I .36 4 .35 


6. 15 11. 1511, 15 Ar Georgetown ... " 


6 .SO 11 .60 11 .50 Ar Selbyville " 


Lv 6 .25 3 .55 3 .55 


12.16 1 2. 15 Ar Berlin Md 


.Lv 3.35 3,35 


12. 40. 12. 40, Ar Snow Hill " 


Lv 3.10 3.10 
Lvl 2 ,46 2 .45 


1 .05 1 .05 Ar Pocomoke '• 


Sunday schedule will operate on Thanksgiving ^-^ Nov . 29 . 



WASHINGTON— BALTIMORE— CUMBERLAND— UN IONTOWN— PITTSBURGH 


READ DOWN 


DETROIT Table No. 51 Via B . R T . c „. 


CHICAGO RFAP l1P 


A.M. 


A.M. 


A.M. 


A -M . 


A.M. A.M. 


STATIONS | A.M. 


P ,M . P .M . 


P.M. A.M. P.M. 


8.00 


S .00 




8.00 


12.30 


Lv New York .. .„ .N .Y .Ar 




10.10 11,20 


8.45 


12.10 


12,01 


12.01 


7.30 


12.01 


■1.1--. 


Lv Philadelphia... . ..Pa. Ar 




6.15 , 7.45 


S 00 


8.00 


4 .00 


4.00 


11 .30 


4.00 


7.50 j 


Ar Baltimore . Md ■ Lv 




2.15 


4 .00 


! 1 .25 


4.25 


6.4S 


3.45 


12 „£ 




7.80 


1.16 


Lv Washington D .C .Ar 


9.46 


12.55 


3.35 


G.35 II 45 


3.55 


7.00 


4.00 


l .00 


4 ,30 


8.00 


1 .30 


Lv Baltimore.,.. .. _..Md . Ar 


9.36 


1 .00 


3.35 


6.35 11. SO 


3.55 


7.25 


4.25 


1 .25 


II 


S.20 


1.50 


Lv Catonsville . " Lv 


9.10 


12.40 


3 IS 


6.10 11.30 


3 ,33 


7.32 


4,32 


1.32 






8.25 1.65 


Lv Ellieott City " Lv 


9.02 


12.32 


3.07 


6 .02 1 1 .22 


3.27 


7.46 


4.45 


1-45 






8 .36 2 .06 


Lv Mayfleld ** Lv 


a. 50 


12.20 


2.55 


5.50 11.10 


3,15 


7.50 


4.60 


1.50 






8.40 | 2.10 


Lv Wwt Friendship.- " Lv ' 8 .46 


12.16 


2.51 


5.46 11.06 


3.10 


7.57 


4.57 


1.57 




=. 


8 .47 | 2 .17 


Lv Cook3ville„.. _ " Lv ' 8.11 


12.11 2.45 


5.41 11.01 


a .oi 


8 .03 


5.03 
5.12 


2.03 
2.12 


a 


1 


8 .53 | 2 .23 
9 .03 2 .33 


Lv Lfabon „ , ■• Lv 


8.35 


12.05 

11.62 


2. 33 
2.28 


5 .35 10 .55 
5.26 10.46 


2,58 
2 .51.1 


8.13 


Lv Ridgeville " Lv 


B.27 


8.24 


5.24 

6.40 


2,24 
C2.40 


> 


_ 


9.14 2.44 
C9 .30 c2 ,55 


Lv New Market. " Lv 


8.17 
8.00 


11.47 
11 .30 


2.18 
2.00 


S.I7 10.37 
5 .00 10 .20 


2,. 10 
2.25 


CS.40 


Ar Frederick . " Lv 


8.45 


5 .50 


2.45 




» 


9 .86 i 3 .00 


Lv Fred crick .. " Ar i c7 .55 


oil. 25 


CI .55 


C4 .55 C10.1S 


t_._l) 


8.59 


6.04 


3.00 




9.49 3.14 


Lv Braddock Heights " Lv 1 7 .43 


11.13 


1.43 


4.45 10.03 


2. OS 


9.04 


6.09 


3.04 






9 ,5 1 3 .19 


Lv Middletown " Lv 7 .35 


11.05 


1 .35 


4 .37 9 .55 


2.02 


9.14 


6.19 


3.16 






10 .04 1 3 .29 


Lv South Mountain. " Lv . 7.27 


10.57 


1.27 


4 .27 9 .47 


1 .52 


9.19 


6.25 


3.21 


' ' 


10 .09 t 3 .34 


Lv Boonsboro " Lv , 7 .20 


10.50 


1 .20 


4 .20 9 .40 


1.45 


C9.40 


11.15 


c3 .45 


7 .35 


C10.30 C3.5S 


ArHagerslown (d) .._ " Lv 7.00 


10.30 


1 .00 


4 ,00 9 .20 


1.25 


9.4.1 




4.00 




10.35 4.00 


Lv Hagerstewn . M Ar 




clO.26 




t'3.55 (-9.15 


CI .20 


10.00 




4.14 




10 .47 ; 4 .14 


Lv Conococheague .. '* Lv 




10,09 




S .40 9 ,00 


1.05 


10.10 




4.24 




10 .56 4 .24 


Lv Clearapring " Lv 

Lv Indian Springs . . " Lv 




10 .00 




3 .30 g .50 


12.55 


10.20 




4.34 




11 .05 4 .34 




9.51 




3 .20 8 .40 


12.45 


10.40 




4.54 




11.25 


4.64 


Lv Hancock •■ Lv 




9.27 




3 .00 8 .25 


12.26 


11 .00 




5.14 




11.46 


5.14 


Lv West Siedling Hill " Lv 




9.08 




2.45 8.10 


12.01 


11.07 




5.21 


e_ 


11.48 


5.21 


Lv Belle Grove " Lv 


fe 


9.01 


il_ 


2 .33 , 7 .53 


II .57 


11 .48 




6.10 


5 S 


12.20 


5.31 


Lv Town Hill - " Lv g »•■§ 

Lv Greenridge.^ " Lv ' pp* 


8.48 


2 .25 7 .50 


1 1 .48 


11 .55 




6.18 


12.24 


6.39 


8.41 


2.15 7.39 


11 .37 


12.14 




6.33 


12.40 


5.59 


Lv Flintatone .. " Lv 


5?l 


8 22 | -S S _ 

7,45 ,-15 


1 .57 7 .20 


II .18 


C12.46 




t'7 .10 


S_£f 


Cl.15 


L6.25 


Ar Cumberland (e) " Lv 


1 .30 6 .50 


10,50 


12.60 




7.15 


1 .20 ! 6.46 


Lv Cumberland. . ... " Ar 


«3^ 


L7.0O 


B- 5- 


CI .25 L6 .25 


C.10 .45 


1.20 




7.45 


ferjJs 


1 .50 


7.15 


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O^Ffl 


6.35 


fe"-_ 


1 .00 6 .00 


10.20 


1.50 




8.12 


5*2 


2.17 


7.45 


Lv Grantaburg •* Lv 


gf§ 


6.01 


_! ^| 


U2.10 6.30 


9.48 


2.08 




8.27 




2.33 


8.01 


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5.51 


* S - 


12.01 5.20 


9.37 


2.13 




8.32 


H *r 


2.38 


8.06 


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-1 3 


5.30 


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11.48 5.15 


9.19 


2.20 




8.39 




2.45 


8.13 


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5.20 S£o 


11.33 5.05 


9,10 


2.25 


* 


8.45 


ii 

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2.50 


8.20 


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5.09 _ -a 


11.24 I 4.55 


9.02 


2.33 


O. 

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8.55 


2.58 


8.29 


Lv Deer Crossing ___ *' Lv 


s H.E 


4 .59 g « J 


11.14 4.45 


8.54 


2.44 


9.03 


3.15 


8.35 


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11.04 4.34 


8 .46 


2.55 


9.25 


uS 


3.22 


8.44 


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4.39 1 U°j^ 
4 ,20 1 _» 


10.54 \ 4.24 


8.38 


c3,I5 


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C3.40 c9.05 


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8.20 


3.20 


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3.50 9.15 


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C4 .15 * 


C10 .30 C3 .55 


08.10 


3.45 


10.30 




4 ,20 9 .40 


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3.46 


10 .00 I 3 .30 


7.40 


4.55 


11 .15 




5.16 1 10.40 


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2.50 


c9 .06 C2 .35 


c:G .50 


6.05 


II 


12.25 




6.23 ' 11 .60 


Ar Pittsburgh - " Lv 




1.30 




8 .00 1 .30 


5.30 


6.15 


12.30 




7.15 1 11.69 


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12.30 




7.30 


12.10 


5.40 


12.15 








11 .40 | 6 00 


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6,30 






8.00 


12 .30 


6.20 








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8.00 
12.01 


11 .50 






11.05 


6.40 


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NEW YORK— WASHINGTON— ROANOKE— ASHEVILLE 

KNOXVILLE— BIRMINGHAM— NEW ORLEANS 

SAN ANTONIO 

Table No. 53 



BEAD DOWN 



READ UP 



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12.01 
4.00 
S.OS 

11. DO 

1.30 

5.2ft 

5 .r>5 
1.7.05 



7.30 
8.66 
10 .26 
12.10 
12.36 



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6.10 
9.30 



7.30 



1.35 ,11.35 



5.00 
7. SO 

12.01 
12.30 
rtl .45 



I .66 
3.20 
4.50 
8.35 
1.7 .00 



1 .00 

5.00 



1.00 

B 

4.00 



7.00 

ii ,oo 



1 .211 
3. SO 
8. IS 
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12.30 i 6.00 



4.16 
7.65 

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12.20 
4.2S 
4.55 



10.00 1.6.05 



10 .00 

1.50 

3.15 

6.00 

10.10 

10.40 



STATIONS 



Lv New York N .V .Ar 
Lv Philadelphia Pa . Ar 

Lv Bat If more ,.Md 

Lv Washington, . D .C .Ar 
la Win, heater.. Va, Af 
Lv Lexington ... " 
Lv Natural Bridge" 



11 .651 Ar Roanoke 



l! ..Ill 

.1 8 .05 

J 9.35 

11 JM 

11.40 



5.00 

6.30 



7.30 12.01 
8.20 12.50 
10. 16 3.00 



10,30 
3.00 

10.30 

12.30 
3.40 
6.40 

11 .201, 
1 .00 

10.25 
S.30 
1.50 



12.15 
1 .40 
3.10 
4.55 

L5.20 



I .00 5.45 

B 6.35 

4 .00 I S .45 



6.00 
10.00 



3 .00 I 6 .30 I 
6.40 110.30 JI2 
" 00 ' 5 .00 8 



1 .00 



7.00 10 
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Lv Roanoke 

Lv Radford 

Lv Wylheville .. 
Lv Abingdon . .„ 
Ar Briaial .Va , 



Lv Hrietot " Ar 

Ar Ashovlllc N.C.Lv 



Lv Bristol ..Tcnn. Ar 

Ar KIngsport ** Lv 

Ar KnoivillctCT) " Lv 



Lv Knoivllle » 

Lv Chatlannaga " 
Lv Birmingham A ta , 

Ar Tuscaloosa ** 

Ar Meridian ...jidlas 

Ar Hattiesburg " 

Ar Now Orleans La . 
Lv New Orleaita " 
Ar Lake Charles. *' 

Ar Houston .Te* 

Ar San Antonio. " 




<CT) — Central Standard Time. 
n — Heat Stop . 



h — Runs via Johnson City Tenn . 
L — Lunch Stop . 



BRING YOVR TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS 
THE DIXIE BUS TERMINAL 
241 West 42nd Street 



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JACKSONVILLE — TALLAHASSEE — PENSACOLA — MOBILE — NEW ORLEANS 

HOUSTON — EL PASO — LOS ANGELES — SAN FRANCISCO — SEATTLE Table No. 55 



READ DOWN 



READ t;p 



AM i AM I PM i PM 




STATIONS 



LvJaeksnrville„.Jla.Ar 1 .IS. 1 
Ar Lake City " Lv 11 JO 

Ar Tallahassee „ " Lv I j k 

Ar Mariarma ... " Lv 



Lv Marianna.-. 
Ar Dothan.—... 
Ar Pensacola 



Ar Houston. 
Ar Pecos...... 

Lv Peeos 
Ar El Paso..- 
Ar Phoenb ....... 

Ar San Diego.... 

Ar L'-,h Angeles. 
Lv Los Angeles. 
ArSan Francisco 

Ar Portland — _ 

Ar Seattle 




Fla 

Ar Macon„„.. Ga 

Ar Atlanta •■ 

Lv Atlanta " Ar 

Ar Rome__.^ " Lv 

Ar Cbattanoosa....„TennLv 

Lv Chattanooga " Ar 

Ar Montgomery _l^Ala. Lv 

At Anniston ..,_ " Lv 

Ar Birmingham " Lv 

Lv Birmingham. 
Ar Mempbia. 
Lv Memphis 
Ar Meridian 

Ar Mobile —. 

Ar New Orleans. 
Lv New Orleans 
Ar Texarfcana 

Ar Dallas 

Lv Dallas. 



7.00 
5.00, 
, 5 ,35) 
I . on 1 1 .oo. 
7 .45; 5 .301 
5.30! 4.15. 
8 .(in 1 2. 30 1 2. 301 
6.1011 .59;i0,22 
6.00: 9.151 7.30 
2.00! 7.00 7.00 
7.0fl!lO.OOIl .00 



A .M , — Light Pace Type . 



l» -M .—Bald I'm Tjva . 



All Time Shown la Standard Time 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

THE FOLLOWING REGULATIONS ABE FOR YOUR SAFETY. COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE, 



Passengera ape requested to purchase ticket! before boarding eoncheg, 
T.ckf*t» not used or partly used may be redeemed at the main office of tho 
issuing company. 

Children under five (B) yearn of age when accompanied by adult paa- 
aentfer arid not occupying & neat to the exclusion of other passengers will 
he earned free. Children under five (6) years yaara of age occupying seata 
to the exclusion of other paasetiEers and children five (6) years and under 
twelve (12* year* of age will he charged one-half (ft) of the oduk fares 
Ljteept on 3r>P<'ific routes where the above half fare arrangement doe- not 
apply. 

Dogs, cats and other live animals will not be carded unless they are 
carried in convenient basket or bag and must accompany the passenger. 

We reserve the right of seating passengers, and of refusing passage or 
ejecting from our coaches intoxicated persons or persons using profane 
language. 

At rest and lunch stops passengers are requested to obtain from tba 
driver or our time table, the length of atop and should return to the coach 



Eromptly at departure time,. Comfort, and lunch stops are not operated 
y the Company, but we have endeavored to make suitable arrangements 
for the convenience of our passengers at various stopping points. 

Companies whose schedules are shown in this time table, are not 
responsible Tor errore In same, nor for inconvenience or damage resulting 
from delayed buses or failure to make connections. The schedules shown 
herein are subject to change without notice. 

While we aim to maintain all schedules shown, these schedules are 
not guaranteed and are subject to change without notice. Only dependable 
connecting lines are showa hut these connections! are not guaranteed. 

Please do not converse with the driver, Tor may conversation reported 
between driver and passengers while operator la driving will result In 
the immediate diumisr.nl of the driver from ouf employ. 

Stopovers will be permitted euroute but tickets must ha validated by 
driver at point where stop-over is made. 

Any complaints should! be made to the main office of the company 
issuing ticket* 

Passengers are requested to verify destination shown on baggage 
checks before boarding coach at point of origin and at all transfe* 1 puinis. 



INDEX OF STATIONS AND AGENTS SHOWING ONE-WAY AND ROUND TRIP FARES 

FROM AND TO NEW YORK CITY 



Tublis No. OW 



FARES 



Aberdeen, Md 

A berdeen, N ,C ..... .. 

Abingdon, Va ..... .'." 

Abington, Md 

Atrcotink, Va ...... 

Adam's Bridge, Va ". 
■iilinii" Rum, S .C . 

Addison, Pa 

Ad per, Va ... 



„ 1 

.12 

63 

— _- 1 

2 

S 

. E 



RT 



.1 .00 



.6.60 



„ 61 

..17-22 



. . * ' . -.--.-. ...1 f-£Z 

Advanre Mills, Va. 20 

Agrieola, Va 21 

Aboskie, N .C .._ ~\ 9 

Aikcn,S .C .._.. „„,„,. Zl 6 

Akron, Ohio„ , 49 

Albany, N. Y, as 40 

Alberta, Vn ._ 2 

Alexandria, Va , . 2 

AUenhurst, N . J ..7...Z.,.,,' '.AS 

Allentown, Pa.. 47-49 

Alts Vista, Va *.. ) lg 

Alwood, Va ~2l 

Amherst, Va „ "18 

AmiaavilJe Va. .__ .1$ 

AnacostiafNavy Yard)D .C 17 

Annandale, N . J .. „ 47 

Anniston, Ala _ 55 

Aquta Tavern, Va . _LT _ 2 

Anbury Park, N .J 46 

Asheboro, N .C .„.,_ , "l2 

AsheviHe, N ,C Ttl 53 

Ashland, Va ,fl-1« 

Ashland, N .Y. 89 

Athens, Ga. "" " "* c 

Alht-ns, N. Y. " '"'"' 40 

Atlanla.Ga. lA^M-65 

Shnrt Line Terminal 
182 Spring St., N.W. 
Phone 8291 
Atlantic City, N , J . _ 41 

Augusta, Ga , IA-6 

Augusta, Me. _ 1A-28 

Aulander, N . C „ „ 9 

A voea, Pa m 48 

Avondale, Pa 1 

.;24^26 
.31 



11 .2SM.2S 
10.25 16.46 
4 .26 7 .05 
6.00 9.66 
7.6G12.60 
11.40'20.o6 
8.9615.56 

8 .'una .mi 

7 .6013 .60 

L 

6.70 1-1 .[>'. 
12,0021 .60 
10.0018.00 

3 .is: 5 .70 

8.20!l4.20 
6.76 9.20 
1.60 2.00 
2.25 3.00 
8. 26 14 ,80 

. .. .1 ~~ 

7 .86,13 ,70 

B. 86 11. 26 

W W 

1.45| 2.65 

13.9025.06 
6.7511.0O 
1 .60! 2 .00 

9 .Sulti .7 5 
10,55 19.11(1 

7.75112.00 
3.60 6.50 

12.65.22.60 
2.56 4.60 

12.55 22.60 



Table No . 



Belleville, Va 

Bell Grove, Md ... 
Belmar, N.J. .. 
BelUville, Md . 
Belvidere, N. J... 
Bennetts ville, S. 
Berlin, Aid .. „ 
Bethel, N . C . 
Bethlehem, Fa . 
Bethiine, S . C . 



17 

— 61 

. 46 

1 

48 

..4-12 
..50 
... 9 
„.17 
4 



FAKES 

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*3.00 



Avalon, Va , 

Ayer, Mass.. 
Ayletts, Va 



_17-22-26 



B 
Baltimore, Md . 1A-1-17-23 

24-S1-S2-53-54 
Shortline Terminal 
23 North Liberty St . 
Phone Plaza 4540 
Peninsula Bus Terminal, 
7 North Liberty St. 
Phone Plaza 1084 



Bamberg, S . C 

Bangor, Mb. „ 

Bantam, Conn ...... 

Barnstable, Mass . 
Bartlctt, Va . 


6 

1A-28 

80 

37 
„„ 17 


Baynesvllle, Va, ......... 

Beantown Md . ... 

Bear Greek, Pa,.. 


17 

.23 

._. 48 


Beaufort, S . G 

Beck's Beach, Vn . 
Be] Air, Md 


7 

2 

. 1 



■■1 .60 



12 .00 ! 21 .60 
7.00,12.60 

9 .90 1.1 .86 
3.001 6.40 
2,95| 4.76 
8 .25.13 .50 
3 .751 6 ,76 
7.7612.00 



4.60 7.50 



13.60 24.30 
8.60ll5.30 
3 .00 ft .00 
5.60,10.10 
8.0012.00 
7 .00 12 .00 
6.40,10.95 
3.00 6.40 

12.4522.46 
8.2013.10 
3.75; 6.16 



Beverly ville, Va 24-26 

Uinghsmton, N . Y 45-48 

Birmingham, Ala 63^54-56 

Biscoe, N . C... , 12 

Bisliopville, S , C. 1 .!_ 12 

Black ville, S . C , "6 

Blaney, S. C 1U*"Z! 4 

Blnomfield, N . J _..,....,. .48 

Bluumingburg, N . Y . _"!"!l46 
Bloomsbury, N . J ., , '™„47 

Boat Harbor, Va t i 

Bolivia, N . C'^.^^^^ h " 3 

Bonneau.S, C. 
Boonaboro, Md . 
Boston, M 



.-.IA-1-1.„ 
Park bquare Tfrrrjiruil 
36 Park Square 
Phone, Com .2100 
Bottoms Bridge, Va ........ ... 17 

Bowles, Va , _^. ""»■ ■ 11 

Bowman, S . C , ." '"ZHu-10 

Braddock Heights, Md 61 

Bradley Beaeh, N.J 46 

Bradshaw, Md __..„ _..'.. 1 



8.0012.00 
7. 90 13. 65 

1 .50, 2 .00 
5 .25 8 .75 
2.15 3.90 

10.3518.65 
5 .40 8 .70 
8.9616.90 

2 .mi 3 .00 
10.8019.45 

8 .60 11 .00 

4 .75 7 .90 

13,9025.05 

10.00 18.00 

10 .40118 .76 

13 .0023 .40 

10 .80:19.46 

.50 .90 

2 ,00 3 .00 

1 .70J 2 .56 

8. 00 12. 00 

II. 00 19. 80 

12 |11 .4020 .66 

' j 8. 7511.60 

t3 .00 tS .40 



..51 



Bradenton, Fla 
Branchville, S . C 
Brandy, Va 



1A 

6 

.18 



Tabic No . 



PARKS 
j OW RT 



Camden, N , J 

Camden, S. C. 

Candor, N. C 

Canody Store, Va ._. 
Cannel Church, Va , 
Carrboro, N . C . _ 

Caasatt, S . C 

Catonsville, Md 

Catakill, N . Y , 



..1A-4 

12 

18 

2 



11 

4 

.51 



Cementon, N , Y - 
Center Cross, Va ...-JI 
Centerville, Va . 



..38-40 

..3ft 



..17-22 
.18-19 



Bray's Pork, Va..„...17-22-2g 
Brewster, Mass............... . .37 

Bridironort. Conn ., iA-27-2S-Sl 

Short Ijne Terminal 

61 Golden Fldl Street 

Phone 1-4185 

B ridge ville, N . Y, 45 

Bristol, R . I . ;^aa 

Bristol, Tonn . Va „ 53 

Broekton, Maaa, ^_ 
Bivukiield, Mass . 

Brooklyn, N . Y 

Brownsville, Pa ... ... 

Brunswick, Ga . 

Bryan, Ohio. _., 

Bryantown, Md . HZ 

Buekland, va . 

Budd Lake, N . J . _ 
Bnflalo, N . Y 

M artz Bus Depot, 

69 Court Street 

Phone, Cleveland 2060 

Burgaw, N . C . . ..._ 3 

Burgess Store, Va .__ 14-24-26 
Burton, S.C. .____ 7 



{3 .:.(r li .30 
8 .00 12 .00 

ti.fldai .00 

6 .36 10 .80 
1 .60: 2 .00 
4 ,50 7 ,50 
18.9534.16 
13,5024.30 
6.5010.65 
7.7612.00 
6 ,20,11 .20 



1.50 



2.25 



2.40 



3.60 
3.40; 6.20 
10.25 IS,. 15 
8.00! 5.40 
2 .75i 4 .95 
* I * 
9.95.17.36 
14 .6026 .30 



1A-28 

SI 

28 

61 

..1A-5 

.49 13.6024.30 

.23 ; 6.6011.10 
6 ,50 10 .55 
1 .60 2 .90 
8 .00 14 .40 



18-19 
48 



Butler, Pa . 

Birtterwortn, Va , __ 2 

Buizard's Bay, Mass _.S7 



Cabin Point Road, Va. 17 

Caldwell, N . J 48 

Callao, Va . — „„-_„24-26 



10.4018.76 

8.4013.75 

. 12.4022.35 

49 8,5015.30 



a .20 13.45 
4.85 8.96 



8 .00 12 .00 

.85. 1.65 

7 .90 13 .50 



Central Garage, Va . „17-26 
Central Valley, N . Y . ..... 40 

Chalybeate, N . C , 12 

Chapel Hill, N . C . .. _.„ 11 
Charleston^ .C .lA-it5^10-12 

Charlestown, Md . 1 

Charlotte, N . C LltP54 

Union Bus Terminal 
410 West Trade Street 
Phone 2671 

Charlotte Hall, Md .23 

Charlottesville, Va , 8-1S.18-20 
Union Bus Termldal, 
1 13 6th Street S . E . 
Phone 333 

Chatham, Va 18-37 

.63-66 

~4-12 

—1-50 

_45 

.38 



2 .00 1 3 .00 
10.8019.45 
10.2018.40 
7,8613,70 
7 .75!l2 .00 
8.75 15.6'i 
10.8019.46 
I .86 S.lfi 
2.45; 4.45 
2.30| 4.15 
8.0012.00 
6.20.10.00 

7.75 12 .1)0 
1 .Oti 1 .90 
8.75!l6.75 
3.6015.35 

11.4020.66 

3.76 6.15 
» ^6 16 .65 



6.711 



11 .5(1 



Chattanooga, Tenn , 

Gheriiw, S.C. 

Chester, Pa 

Cheater, N. Y. 



7.4012.15 



8,2614.85 
12.40 22.35 
10 .36 1 8 .65 
2 .46; 3 .85 
1.30 2.10 
6.60 9.90 



Chestertown, N . Y 

Chicago, [1! 42-48-49^61 H5 .76 22 .50 

Ghuekatuek, Va „ 17 

Churchiand, Va._. 17 

Church view, Va . 

Cismnnt, Va 



Clayton, N. C 

Claymont, Del 

Clearspring. Md — 
Cleveland, Ohio,...42-48 :: 49-5I 

Clifford, Va. .. 18 

ClilTwood, N .} ^_46 

Clifton Heights, Pa. ! 1 

Clifton Park, N . Y , " 38 

Clio, S . C . ~ 4 

Clinton, Md ' " 17 

Clinton, N . J . . tr 

Goateaville, Pa ...^_ 

Cobham, Va . 

Cochran, Va 



Coeymans, N , Y .... 
Colchester, Conn , ' Zi 
Coleaburg, Ga 
Colleen, Va 



Colonial Beach, Va 
Cnlumbia, S.C... 

Conetoc, N. C 

Conococheague, Md 
Conway, S.C. 
Conowingo, Md . 
Cooksvilie, Md . 
Consawatchie, S . C ^ 
Corapeake, N . C 
Couderanort, Pa , 
Covesv,ne, Va... 
Cresent, N. Y._ 
Crittenden, Va 
Crotet, Va 




PARKS 
Table No . ; OW I RT 



Cuckoo, Va . 
Culpener, Va. 



U 

lft 



6.6010.55 



8.30 



14.35 



Cumberland. Md.. 

Blue Ridge Terminal 

20 South Mechanic Street 

Phone 318 

D 

Dallas, Tes ,. 65 .23 .7042 .70 

Danbury, Conn __.SC 2 .00, 3 .60 

Danlelson, Conn. 28 [3.00 6.40 

Danville, Va , 18 | 8 .26 14 .85 

Darby, Pa 1 -60 2.26,3.48 

Darien, Ga ...„ 5 14 _0j26 .60 

Darlington. S , C .....12 Il0 .40 13 .76 



Davenport, N . Y 

Daytona Beach, Fla 

Deal, N.J 

Dedham, Mass .. 

Deep Creek, N . C _ 
Deer Crossing, Pa ,,... 



39 

1A 

46 

28 

9 

..61 



4 .25. 7 .65 
17.0530.70 
1 .501 2 .00 
3 .60, 3 .30 
8 .6513 .00 



t.=^, utuKiniB, 1 a , . uj I J.uuig.iu 

Delaware Water Gap, Pa . 48 2 .80< 4 .70 

Denmark. S .C 6 13 .25 23 .85 

Deposit, N . Y 45 



Detroit, Mich 42-48-49-61 

Dewitt.Va. 2 

Diaseund Bridge, Va . 17 

Dillon, S . C , , , 4 

Dinwiddle, Va. 2 

Doaweli, Va --..>.■ i„. 2 

Dothan, Ala . _..6B 

Dover, Del .60 

Dover, N . J ..... .48 



Downingtnwn, Pa . 

Dry Bridge, Va, ....... 

Dumfries, Va , 

Dunnellan, Fla . 

Dunnsville, Va .__.—. .17-22 

Durham ,N . C . 1 A-2- 1 1 - 1 6-54 



4 .40, 6 .85 
12.9023^0 
8, 20; 13.45 
8 .00:12 .00 



Chapel Hill and Mangum 
Streets— Pbone J-5301 
Duval, Fla. 6 

Eagle Springs, N . C . 12 

Earlyville, Va »_, .20 

Easton, Pa ._ 47-48-49 

East Wallace, N . C 8 

Eaton, Md. , 1 

Eatontown, N . J , , 46 

Edenton, N . C . . , . 9 

Elberron, N.J _ „ 46 

Elders Store, Va . 18 

Eldred, Pa.......... 48 

Eliiabeth City, N . C _. 9 

Elisabeth, N.J. 
Elizabethtown, N 
Klkridge, Md , 
Elkton, Md 
Elkton, Va . 
Ellen ville, N . Y . 
Ellicott City, Md. 

Ellerbee, N . C 

Elan, Va ... 



8 .20! 13 .30 

7 .75 12 .00 

15 .60 2B .10 

3.50 6.10 

1 .30. 2 .35 

52 3.05' 4.95 

8 I 7.75 12.80 

2 1 6.3610.30 

1A 17.4531.40 

8 .00 12 .00 

8.2614.85 




El Paso, Tei._ 
Emmerton, Va 
Eulonia. Ga 
Everett, 



-44 
..51 
_12 
„_1 



15.4027.76 

10.6018.90 
7,6013.60 
1 .76 2 .66 

10.20|18.40 
4.801 3.06 
USB 1 .50 
9 .15;i4 .75 
1.60. 2.00 
8. 20 u.36 

7 .90; 11 .20 

8 .SO 13 ,0ft 
.601 .90 

6,7512.16 
4 .80. 8 .05 
3.351 6,45 
7 .60,13 .79 
2,60 3.76 
6 ,001 g .40 
10.7519.35 



,N, 
Fairtai, Va ... 



C... 
F 



Fair view t'Nungeser) N 



.18-19 
.J. 
38-39 



—.42-66 33.1659.70 



7 .70; 18 .30 
14.0525.30 
9.2016^6 

6.10 9. 36 



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Table No . 



FARES 
! OW ' RT 



Fall River, Mn«tj . 
Falls Church, Va _ 

Falmouth , Va . _ 

Farroington. Pa 

Farmingtun, Va ...... 

Farnhnm, Va — . 

Farrington, Va... 
Fayctteville, N . 
Fcmdale, N.Y. 



..3-1-37 
_ 19 



...24-26 

„IS 

C 12 

46 

Fitchburg, Masa „_ 31 

FlinLstone, Md 61 

Florence. S . C 12 

Folley, Va.,.„..._____J4-26 

Fordham, N . Y 31 

Fort Myers, Fla . 1A 

Fort Bragg, N , C 1 2 

Fort Pierce, Fla . 1A 

Ft . Eustis Jet ., Va .1A 14-17 

Fort Monmouth, N . J ., 46 

Framingham, Mass . 1A-38 

Fiankiinton. N . C, 2 

I .:, ,:.-;!. I >,.i . :.n 

Frederick, Md , 61. 

Fredericksburg, Va , IA-2 

Frostl.urg, Md 61 

Fuquay Springs, N . C..__12 
G 

Gainesville, Fla _ LA 

Gsi nes vil 1. , Va .. _.. ,._ ,,18-19 

Galeton, Pa .48 

Gardens Corner, S . C ... 7 

Gardner, M&sa, , ^^..31 

Gary, Ind . _ ___ 49 

Gates ville, N . C £ 

Georgetown, D&l . 
Georgetown, S . C 
Gettysburg, Fa..,. 
Glasgow. Del ....... 

Glass Farm, Va . 
Glen Allen, Va .... 

Glenhumie, Md ... 
Glenolden, Pa . _ 
Glen Falls, N . Y .. 



..so 
... a 

_42 
_ I 
..18 
_,13 
.17 
~50 

38 

Gloucester Court House, Va , 
14-17-22 

Gloucester Point, Va,. 17 

Goddefrny, N , Y 43 

Golden Ring, Md... "', 1 

Goldsboro, N . C ... _.„... 1 A-3 
Good Luck Inn, Fa . .48 

Gordenville, Va ~ ' "18 

Goaheo, N . y "45 

Grand Gorge, N . Y ~39 

Grandy. Va . .... 2 

Grantsville, Md "fit 

Grays Store, Va . . _ 2 

Great Bridge, Va ~* ~ 9 

Great Meadows, N . J~"~ ..48 

Greenridge, Md , ".161 

Gretmshtiro. N.C. 12-1 6 

228 East Market Street 
Phone 6917 

Greenwich, Conn ___ 27 

Gretna. Va. _....,... 18 

Greystnne, N . C !I!!I_ 2 

Gross, Fla ....... _ ._ 5 

Grove Sta tio n , Va . ""IT„.l 7 
H 

Hackensaek, N , J , 88-39 

Kackettestown, N.J. 48 

Haawstown. Md . „ 61 

Blue Ridge Terminal, 
Alexander Hotel 
Phono 2400 
Haines Falls, N . Y 

Hammond, Ind, 

Hampton, Va ■ 
Hancock, Md 
Hancock. N 



3.50 6.30 
6.10 9,85 
7.00.11.46 
9.3016.15 
7.6512.46 
' 7 .80 13 ,46 

I 9. 401 6. 95 

I 2.70 1 4.06 

I 3 .76 6 .76 

1 8. 20'] 4 .20 

,10.4016,76 

8 .41: 13.75 

» .30 * .60 

20 .16 36 .SO 

9,7517.55 

ts.wiai .15 

8 .00 12 .00 
1.25 1.50 
3.00 6.40 

n ■--'■ 1 1 .hs 

3. SB 6. 35 

6 .20 10 .50 

7 .00 1 1 .45 
8. 46 U.65 
8.6516.60 

16. 65 'JO .00 

6.5010.55 

1 6 .95 12 .60 

12.0621.70 

3.75 6. 76 

16.0027.00 

1 9 ,30 |3 ,80 

I 4 ,50 7 .35 

11 ,40 20.55 

5.1S 8.70 

3 .35 5 .46 

8.1014.15 

6.30! 8.95 
2 M 3 .55 

-1.5(1 B.K) 

8.00)2.00 

N.Oi'i-On 

2.05 3.1 

4,60: 7,60 

9.0016,20 

4.85 8,75 

, 6 .76 11 .00 

! 1 .45 2 .25 

I 3.75 6.75 

8.2014.80 

8,6515,00 

8.2013.10 

8.7513.35 

1 .Si5 :i ,50 

' 8.0513.90 

8.50 15.30 



Y, 

1 1 u nice ville, S . C . 
Harlein.N.Y. 
Hurley ville, B.C. 
Harperstleld, N . Y 
Harriman, N.Y,.. 
Harrisonburg, Va . 



,6-10 
.,30 



„...40-»6 

20 

i riddles Restaurant Pltone9 

Harris, N . Y ..... 45 

Harrisburg. Pa . .... .49 

Hartford, Conn . 

IA-2B-29-J1-35 
Short Line Terminal 
High and Altyn Streets, 
Phone 7-7 1 85 

Hartavillr. S , C. 12 

Hattisburg, Miss. .63 

Haverhill. Mass. ___ 31 

Old Colony Bus Depot, 
1 Washington Square 
Phone 2187 



.90 1 ,50 
8.2614.85 
8 .20 14 .80 
15.3527.65 
8.0012.00 

I ,30J .55 

1 1 .80: 3 .25 

6.9011.86 



3 .00: 5 .10 
16.7528.35 
8.0012.00 
7, 45 12 .85 
.1 .10 6.40 
12 .60B8.50 

».2S VI;, 
11 .4020.55 
it .10 T.40 

1 .00 1 .75 
7 .60 13 .70 

2 .en! 3 .90 
4.46 



2.25 



8.05 
4.05 



10 ,40 18 .75 

47,1030.80 

4 .00 7 .20 



Tabic No . 



Vases 

low RT 



Harve de Grace, Md ,,.„ 1 

Hayes Store, Va - ....17 

Huynesviile, Va __24-26 

Heartsease, N , C „ 9 

Heaths ville, Va __.24-26 

Helen, Md ....... 2S 

Henderson, N . C , ,„lA-2~5 

Hensonville, N . Y 39 

Henderson ville, S.C. 5 

Hertford, N . C 9 

Hickory, Va. _.„__„__ 9 



Hickory Creek, Va . 

High Point, N.C. _ 
Highland Mills, N.Y. 
Highland. N Y.. _ 

Hilton Village. Va . 



..18 

.12-16 

40 

40 

17 



Holidaysburg, Pa 49 

lloliins, Va _ 13 

Holyoke, Mass „_..__. J9-31 

Hoover, Va . ... 17 

Hopewell, Va,.... .2-17 

Horsohead, Va . , b a-26 

Horseshoe Bridge, Va . .13 

Houston, Tex 63-55 

Huntingdon, Pa __ 49 

Hunter, N.Y. _ 39 

Hughesvllle, Md . 23 

Huguenot, N . Y 43 

Hyannis, Mass ._ _ 37 

Hyattsville Md „ 1 

Hy d ruulir, Va . 3.0 

Indian Springs, Md 51 7 ,211 1 2 .95 

Indiana, Pa 49 7 .60 13 .50 

Ireland Corners, N . Y „38 I ,60 2 .90 

Irvington, Va , 14-24-26 8 .75 14 ,20 

Island Park, R . I _.._.34 3 .70 e .70 

Ivy Depot, Va . .. _ 8 7.7012.70 

J 

Jacksonville, Fla . 1A-5 55 15 .40 27 .75 



3 .76 6.16 
8,0012.00 

, 7 .76 13 .35 
8.51.1 [5, SO 

I 8,16113.50 
7 .00 12 .00 
8 .20 14 ,80 
3.50 6.30 

11.66 21.00 
9 ,20 14 .20 

I 8.7513.36 

1 7.8513.46 
8 .8016 .85 

1 .ir 1 ,vn 
1 1 .65 3 .00 
' 8.00 12.00 

6 .65 11 .95 

2 6 4.95 
8 .00 12 .00 
8 .00 12 ,00 
8.3013.76 

25 .1045 .20 
6 .00 10 .80 
3.00 6.40 
S .60 11 ,90 
2.10 3.16 
5 ,86 10 .55 
6.30 8.76 

7 .60 12 .60 



Short Line Terminal 

105 Julia Street 

Phone_ 
James River Bridge Jt .,Va .17 

Jamestown, N . C. 16 

JenMntown, Pa , „___ 43 

Jersey City, N . J .48 

Johnstown Store, Va „ „13 



Kecne, N . Y. 88 

Kenansvtle, N . G , 3 

Kendall ville, I nd . 49 

Kenmett Square, Pa ...1-62 

Keswick, Va, 13-18 

Keyport.N.J. 46 

Keyser's Ridge, Md, 51 

Kilmarnuck, Va 14-24-26 

Kingslttnd, Ga , _ 5 

Ringsport, Tenn ,„ 63 

Kingston, Va. IS 

Kingston, N . Y . _ 38-39-40 

Kingstree, S . C 12 

Kittrell, N . C 2 

Knoxvilie, Tenn . 53 

Kutztown, Pa 47 



Laceyville, Pa „ 

Lake Charles, La, 

Lake City, Fla, 

Lake City, S . C 

Lake George, N . Y , 

Lake Placid, N , Y 

Lancaster, Va 1 

Laneview, Va . 

Lansdowne. Pa . 

La Plata, Md 

Latham's Corner, N . 
Laurel, Md .... 



Laurlnburg, N . C. 

Lawrence, Mass ........ 

Lawrence Harbor, K * J 
Lebanon, N , J ^^_-_-_- 

Lee, Mass _ 

Leo Hall, Va . 

Leicester. Mass ■ „ 

Lenox, Mass . „ 

Leonardtown, Md...™_. 

Lewes, Del . , „ T 

{.exingtnn, N . C ..... 

Lexington, Va... .... 

Liberty, N . Y 

Lilian V*. 14 

Liliington, N . C. 

Lincoln University, Pa „ 
Lisbon, Md 



Litchfield, Conn-._. 
Little River, S.C. 



48 

58 

__.SS 

12 

M 

.88 

.24-26 

17 

...1-50 

17 

..... 38 
„.1A-1 

12 

.31 

46 

47 

30 

1A-17 

.32 

SO 

23 

^_60 

16 

63 

45 

-24-26 

12 

1 

„-51 

SO 

3 



8.OO12.OO 

8. 75 16 .75 

2 .36 3 ,60 

.26' .45 



7 .25 13 .00 
9 .80 17 .65 

14 .0026 .20 
2,85 4.65 
7.4012,16 
1 .00 1 .25 
8.7515.15 
8. 65 13 .90 
15 .2027 .40 
10.8519,65 

8 .25 14 .60 
2 .00 g .511 

1 1.40 20 .55 
8.25 14.85 

11 .2020.20 
2 .80, 4 .00 



4.30 7.76 
92 .85 41 .16 
15.40:l'j.55 
1 1 ,00 19 .80 
4.75 8.50 
R. 00 U. 40 
8 .36 13 .60 
8.00.12.00 
2.10, 8.20 
S.50 11. 10 

3 .25 6 .86 
5,05 B.60 

10 .26 18 .45 
4.00, 7.20 
1 .00! 1 .25 
1.35 2.45 
4,0tt 7.00 
8.00 12.00 
> .75 1 ,96 
t .0(1 V .00 

! 7.3012.65 

4 .76i 7 .95 
! O.lfild.SO 

7.85 14.16 
2. 75 4.16 
8.5014.00 

I 8. 90 16 .05 
3,15 5.10 
5.55 9.40 

1 3.00 5.00 
11.4020.55 



FARES 
Table No . !OW 1 RT 



Little Rock, S . C. „„.___ 4 

Litwalton, Va 24-20 

Livley, Va J24-26 

Lobeca. S . C 7 

Lock Sheldrake, N . Y .44 

Locust Dale, Va. „ „..,_] 8 

Log Cabin Inn, Fa....... 48 

Lone Branch, N . J ,, 46 

Longwood Gardens, Pa....... 1 

Loon Lake, N . Y. 38 

Lorrain, Ohio ._~ . .„._ 49 

Los Angeles, Calif ,, _ . 42-66 

Lottsbure, Va 54-26 

I/ouisa, Va 13 

LovevUIe, Md 23 

Lovingston, Va 18 

Lowell, Mass, ...31 

Luray, Va . . __19 

Lu t herland, Fa . .. .. .... ....„,...., 4 8 

Lydia, Va . 20 

Lyell's Road, Va 17 

Lynchburg, Va 18-21 

Union Bus Terminal, 
8th and Church Streets, 
Phone 90-91 

M 

Macon, Ga _.„. „.._.„. ..55 

Madison Mills, Va „18 

Magnolia, Del ,. .... .50 

Mahwah, N. J. 38 

Maiden. N . Y „ 40 

Malta, N . Y . ._ 38 

Manning. S . C _ 12 

.17-26 

48 

2 

88 

....1-60 

55 

__.IT 

18 

19 

. 18 

._.. . 38 

61 

_ 4 

. 3 

..IS 

■1 

Ed 

.. 2 

2:; 



8. 05' 13 
8 .2013 

12.tS21 

' 2 .75' 4 
6.76 11 
6.96 12 

I 1 .60 2 
2.75 t 
6 .65 10 

11.0019 
10 .25 72 
8 .00 13 
8.0512 
7.1012 

' 7.8513 
3.75 6 

' 8.1012 

1 3 .00 6 
7 .60 13 
7.50 12 
7 .85 13 



Manquin, Va._ 

Mansfield, Pa . 

Manson, N , C ... 
Maplehil!, N.Y.„ 
Marcus Hook, Pa .„ 
Marianna, Fla........ 

Marlboro, Md , 



Martin's Store, Va, 

Maaaie's Comer* Va ,„.. 
Mathews Store, Va...— 

Maybrook, H . Y . 

Msyfield, Md . , 

McBee, S.C 

McClellans ville, S.C. 
MeColl, S.C._ 



McCormieks Place, S . 

\l..<'l;Jii'>-'ivin,-, V:i ..... 

McKinney. Va ._ , 

Mechanlcsville, Md ,,„ 
Mechnnlcsville, Va . 

13-17-22-26 
Mechanicsvtlle Jet .. Va ,....,.18 

Medium's River, Va 8 

Media, Pa ... 1 

Meggett, S . C 5 

Melbourne, PI a . 1* . 

Mem phi?, Tenn, 65 

Meriden, Conn 9B-?jq 



Meridian, Miss.. 

Mesh op n en. Pa.. 

Miami, Fla , 



58 si 5S 

48 

1A 



Short Line Terminal 

174 N . E . 1st Street Phone 

Michigan City, Ind 49 

Middleburg, N , C 2 

Miridletons, Md ,. „ 38 

Mid diet own, Conn ... 28-31 

Middletown, Md . 61 

Miridletown, R.I. 34 

Middletown, N . J.__„,4fi 

Middletown, K . Y ._ 45 

Midway, Ga ,.._ _ _ 5 

Millirook, N . C 2 

Milford, Del 



13.8524 
g .76'! 1 

;i .SO 5 
.76: I 
2.25: 4 
3,76 6 
10.7619 
7.7512 
5 .90 10 
8.2014 

1 .95. 3 

2 ,66', 4 
17.10(80 

5.80 9 
7 ^6 13 
7.3511 

I 7.8513 

I I .ao; 2 

5.20 8 
[10.8019 
11.4020 
10,3518 

7.60 13 
8.20,13 
6. 80,11 

7.76;12 
7 ,40 12 
7 .76|12 
2.26 3 
11.4020 
18 .5033 
16.2029 
2,00: 3 
15,9528 
4 .OS! 7 
20 .40 ,36 



Miller's Tavern , Va » 

MHton, Dal 

Mineral, Va . 



_-..50 

....17-26 

..50 

13 



Mobile, AJs 54-65 

Modona, N . Y 38 

Monck's Comer, S.C 12 

Monroe. N . Y. stt-46 

Monroe, Va , .18 

Montevideo, Va ..... ,20 

Montgomery, Ala. _.54-66 

Monticello, N . Y .46 

Montpelier, Va „„ ___.18 

Montros. Va 17 

Morgan, N . J 



M organ town, Md...., 

Morftanxa, Md ., 

MorrtHon, Va . ,,._ 

Morris ville. Pa,, 

Mt. Holley.S.C..., 

Mt . Olive, N . C . 

Mt . Pleasant, S.C. 
Mt . Pocono, Pa ..— ^ 



.46 
™_.1T 

23 

_„17 

1 

12 

8 

___ 8 
48 



14 .76,26 

1 8 .20 14 

I 6. 40 10 

I 2.00 3 

i 6.46.11 

4 .00, 7 

1.26, 1 

1 .70, 2 

|13.65!24 

I 8 .2614 

4.00 6 

7 .76 12 

4,25 7 

8 ,30 13 

17 .9032 

, 1 .65' 3 

ill .W-sii 

1 1.05: 1 
i 7.85!l3 
f 7.60 13 
15.40 27 

2 .60; 3 

I 9.0614 

7.2612 

1 .00' 1 

! 6.5011 

! 7,1012 

8.00 12 

1.50 2 

11 .4020 

9.II0 16 

11 .4020 

I 3.00 5 



Table No . 


[ FA 

|'OW 


S 


Mt . Rainier, Md .. 1 


6.50' 8.75 


Mountaindale, N . Y „„,.,-,.- 44 


2 .50 3 .75 


Mountaitiville, N. Y „.,40 


1.15' 2.10 


MnJnA N . tl , 9 


8.4612.85 


Myndus, Va „_ IB 


7.85' 13 ,46 


Myrtle Beach, S. C 3 

N 
Nashville, N . C .. 9 
National Park, Va .20 


11.4020.65 


8 .26 14 .86 


7.6013.70 


Natural Bridge, Va . 53 


8.2514.85 




8.00 


12.00 


Navy Mine Depot, Va 17 


8.00 


12.00 


Negmfoot, Va . 18 






Neuse, N . C . . „2-9 


8.26 


14.85 


Newark, N.J. 1A-MT-4S-49 


.60 


.90 


Martz Bus Terminal, 






1180 Raymond Boulevard 






Phone, Mitchell 2-7531 






New Baltimore, Va 18-19 


6.50 


10 .55 


New Bedlord, Mass . _ ...37 


4.00 


7,20 


New Boston, Mass, ^_30 


8.76 


6.60 


New Rrit.ian, Conn 29 


2.26 


4.06 


New Brunswick Jet ., N J ... 1 


.90 


1.66 


Ne-wburg, N . Y t . 40 


1.3b 


2.36 




9.00 


16 JO 


Now Haven, Conn . 






1A-27-28-31 


1 .76 


3.00 


Short line Terminal, 






102 College Street 






Phone 8-948T 






New London, Conn . 1 A.28-^fi 


2.60 


4.60 


New Market, Md —fil 


6.95 


10.10 


New Millurd, Conn 30 


2 .50 


4.50 


New Orleans, La _53-64-65 


IB .60 


33 .60 


NewPaltaN.Y „ .88 


1.75 


3.15 


Newport, R.I 33-34 


4.25 


7.65 


Short Line Terminal, 






Hoaer and Courthouse Sta . 






Phone 182 






New Rochelle, N . Y .27-31 


».6fJ 


*.90 


Newport News, Va . 1A-14-17 


N.IMI 


12.00 


Peninsula Bus Terminal, 






28th and Washington Ave . 






Phone 253 






New Russia, N . Y 38 


6.60-U 


New Vork. N . V., 1A-1-28-29 






30-31-37-38-42-43-39. 






45-46.47.48.49-60-51- 






53-54 


* 


• 


Diiie Bus Terminal. 






241 We«t42nd Street 






Phone, Wis. 7-5300 






Astor Bus Terminal 






220 West 45th Street 






Phone, Chic . 4-7730 






Fordhajn Bus Center 






Fordham Rd . and 3rd Ave . 






Phone Sed. 3-5635 






Short Line Terminal, 






2002 Fifth Avenue 






Phone, Har . 7-0819 






Niagara Falls, N . Y 48 


8 .75 15 ,75 


Norfolk, Va . 1A-9-I4-17 


8.00 


12.00 


Union Bub Terminal, 






129 West City Hall Avenue 






Phone 414O0 






Norg'P Va, ,17 


5,041 


12.00 


NorEns, N . C ..... 2 


8.2014.80 


Norman, N . C . ..„.12 


10.5018 .90 


North Branch, N .J „.47 


1 .30 2 .as 


Northampton, Mass 29-31 


3.00' 6.40 


MnrthfiM, Md . 1 


3 .661 5 .80 


North Garden Jt ., Va 18 


7 .85 12 .90 


North Plulnfie.d, N . J _..47 


1 .00. 1 .80 


Norwalk, Conn , ... ...37 


1 .35^ 2 .10 


Norwich, Conn . 36 


2.86 6,20 


Norwood, Pa. . 1 


2 .30' 3 .66 


Nuttsv,lle,V». .24-26 

O 

rif>k r.r™, V|i , 17 


M.l'i 13 .50 


7.7611.55 


Oakhurst, N . J 46 


I .50 2 ,i"l 


n«v., iwrt S3 


6.7011.60 


Ocala, Fla , 1A 


17 .30,51 .15 


Ocean City, N . J 41 


t3 .26 M .50 


Ocean Grove, N . J ..„..^„„..,46 


1 .5(1 2.00 


Ocean Port, N . J .46 


1 ,25 1 ,50 


Odessa, Del . 60 


3 .20| 6 .20 


Old Point, Va.. . „.„ 17 


8. 00: 12 ,00 


Omaha. Nebr. _. _ 42 


22 .461(0 .40 


Oneonta,N. Y,, .. 39 


4.50. 8.10 


Opel, Va IB 


6.5010.55 




6.75,11.00 


Orangeburg, S . C ,,,.,„ .....10 


11.90:21.45 


Ordinary, Va 17 


8 .00' 12 .00 


Orleans, Mass.. 37 


6. 4011 1. 65 


Oshom House, N . Y 39 


S.50 6.30 


Otis, Mass - _ 80 


4 .00, 7 .00 


Otsville, N . Y 43 


1.95 


, 2. 85 



ONE-WAY AND ROUND TRIP FARES FROM AND TO NEW YORK CITY 



FARES 
OW BT 



Overlea, Md . 
Orford, N. C 
Oxford, Pa 



Painter's Cross Rda 

Palenville, N . Y 

Palmer, Mass 



1 4.36 7.25 

2 ! 8.2614.85 
„1A-1 3.25 6.26 




Palmer Springs, Va 
Panarama Resort, Va.. 
Parksville, N , Y . 

Pirmele, N . C 

Parris, Island, S . C 

Paul's Cross Roads, Va 26 7 . 

Pawtueket, R . I 1A-28 | 3 . 

Pecos. Texas. , 65 31 . 

Pedlar Mills. Va. 21 I 

Pendleton, Va 13 

Penn Laird, Va. fffl 

Pensaeola, Fla !55 

Perryville, Md 1 

Petersburg. Va. IA-2-17 

Short Line Terminal, 

5 and 7 Washington Street 

Phone 507 
Philadelphia, Pa .. 1 .1-1 . ( I -4 2 
48-49-50^1.53-54 
Quaker City Bus Terminal, 

1311 Areh Street 

Phone, Locust 1167 

E. C. Lynch Ticket 

Agency, Inc. 

13th and Filbert Street 

Phone, Rittenhouse 1317 

Phoebus, Va. ,_,, , ui I V 

Phoenix, Ariz. ' 65 

Phillipsburg, N . j 1_I'*7 

Phillijisport, N . Y 44 

Plot, N . C g 

Pine Beach Pier, Va 17 

Pine Bush, N . Y __.Z__~43 

Pinehurat, N. C. M 

Piney Rivar, Va^_- S 18 

Pltlflburgh, Pa .42-49-51 

Blue Ridge Terminal, 

972 Liberty Avenue 

Phone, Court 1800 

Pittsfletd, Mass. 80 

Pittston, Pa „. '48 

Pleasant View, Va . 21 

Pocatallgo, S . C 6-7 

PacumnKe, Md .. 50 

Pocono Summit, Pa . 48 

Port Chester, N . Y 27 

Port Jervis, N . V.___ ^43 

Portland, Me. _ IA--28 

Portland, Ore . 65 

Portland, Pa__„_ '^8 

Portsmouth, R.I. _ . __83 
Porlsmoulh. Va . . . ;i ! t | T 

Union Bus Terminal, 

High and Crawford Streets 

Phone 2651 
Potomac Beacb, Va _„_„17 

Potteisville, N . Y 38 

Poughkeepsie, N . Y . 40 

Prattsville, N , Y ...__Z1_39 
Priest Bridge, Md . __ 17 

Princeton, N . C ,„ 3 

Providence, R .1 ., 1A-2S-33-S7 

New England Bus Terminal, 

Eddy and Fountain Streets 

Phone, Plantation 3470 

Providence Forge, Va .„_ 17 

Provicetown, Mass... 37 

Putnam, Conn ^'36 



,60 13 .70 
.6531.80 
.76 6.15 
.0012.00 



2.00 3.00 



8 ,00 12 .00 
40.2672.46 
1 .70 2 .66 
2.35 8.55 
8.2514.85 
8.0012.00 
1.76 3.15 
10.5016.90 
7.8613.70 
6.0014.40 



4.00 7.00 
8.00 5.40 

11 .90,21 .45 
6.2510.00 
3.00! 5,00 
* .85 *1 .45 
2 JO 3 .26 
5.00 9.00 

!i7J586.05 
2 .46' 4 .40 
8 .95 7 ,15 
8 .oo 1 2 .or 



6. 50 II. JO 
5. 80 10 .45 
1 .85 S.3S 
3.76 6,75 
5.30 B.95 
8.9016,06 
3 .00 6 .40 



8,00 12.00 
7.3013,15 
3.75 6.70 



Quarry ville, N . Y 39 

Quincy, Mass ._ .. , "s;B 

Quinque, Va...„ .20 



2 .50 4 .50 

I 3 .00 5 .40 

7,6013.60 

9 .25 16 .65 
9.8617.76 

8 .26 14 .ST. 



R 

Radford, Va.. , . 53 

Raerord, N . C ..._12 

Raleigh, N . C . 1 A-2-S-£l2 
16-54 

Union Bus Station, 

Martin and McDowell Sta . I 

Phone 447 

Bandleman, N . C 12 9 .30 16 .75 

Rantowlep. S . C 6 11.4C20.K5 

Ravena, N . Y . 88 2 ,90 6 ,25 

Rayhrook. N . Y 38 8 .25 14 .85 

Reariieg, Pa ,.„47 3.15 5 .00 

Red Bank, N ■ J 46 1.25 1.60 



Table No . 



PARES 
OW RT 



RedMOLVa. 



,„18 



6512 
.6014 
.00 8 
.6010 
.7524 



Reedville, Va 14-24-26 1 B 

Rehoboth Beach, Del 50 5 

Bemington, Va ,.—...._.......— 18 6 

Riceboro, Ga 5 13 

Richmond. Va „ 1 A-2-13-17-22 1 

26-54 I 7 .75 1 2 .00 

Union Bus Depot, 

412 East Broad Street 

Phone 3-9191 

Rich Square, N . C . 9 ,10 .20 1 5 .30 

Ridgefield. Conn ... _ 80 i 1.75 ,3.11 

Ridgeland, S.C. 6 U2 .2022 .00 

Ridgeville, Md , fil ! 6.76 9.76 

Ridgeway, N . C 2 B .20 14 .80 

Ridgewood, N . J _, ,38-39 .50 ,90 

Rising Sun, Md „„ 1 3 .50 5 .70 

Rivnnna, P . O ., Va JO , 7 .60 12 .85 

Rivers Garage, S.C, ill .4020 .56 

Roanoke, Va 63 I 8 .26 14 .85 

Robersonvilie, N . C . „_ 9 I 9 .1016 .16 

Rochester.N.Y „.48 7.5o;i3.50 

Martt Terminal 

Powers Hotel 

Phone Main 4860 

Rock Hill, N . Y 46 2 .36 3 .56 

Rockingham, N . C 12 10 .76 19 .35 

Rockland, Va. 20 T.6012.86 

Rocky Mount, N . C 9 B J5 14 .86 

Rome, Ga 66 13 .6024 .50 

Rosedale, Md 1 4 .60 7 .60 

Rosendale, N . Y . , 8* 1 .90 8 .4 6 

Rcscoc, N . Y , 45 I 8 .20 4 .80 

Rosinville, S . C 10-12 11 .4020.56 

Round Lake. N .Y ,.„__._88 I 3.66 8.60 
Ruckeraville Corner, Va 20 l 7 .60 13 .60 



Table No . 



3 
St . Augustine, Fla ., 
St . George's Del . 

St . George, S.C 

St , Louis, Ma . , 

St . Petersburg, Fla , 
St, Stephen, S.C. 



St . Stephens, Va 

Salisbury, N . C . „ 

Salt Lake City, Utah ..... 

Saluda, Va , „ i'i 

San Antonio, Texaa _ 

San Diego, Calif 

Sandston, Va , 



Sandusky, Ohio „ 

Sandwich. Maas__, 

San Francisco, Calif . 
Santee P . O ., S . C - 
Saranac Lake, N . V 

Short Line Terminal, 

Hotel St . Regis 

Phone 411 

Sarasota, Fla 

Saratoga. N . Y 

Saugerties, N . Y _„ 38 

Savage, Md ,„ 

Savannah, Ga . 

Union Bus Depot, 

HI Bull Street 

Phone 6569 

Saybroob, Conn . ^ 

Schroon Lake, N . 
Schroon River, N 
Scotland Neck, N 
Scotts Corners, N 
Sctanton. Pa . ^_. 

Martz Bus Terminal 

246 Avams Avenue 

Phone 3-8984 

Sea Grove, N . C 

Seals. Ga _ 



._.1A 

60 

—.12 
42 

__.1A 

12 

.17-26 

16 

42 

-17-22 

63 

_..66 

17 

49 

37 

.42-55 



16.1029.00 

3.10 6.00 
11.4020,55 
18,0032.40 
18.9534.15 
ill .4020.65 
! 7.76 12 .00 

9 .2616 .65 
35.2663.45 
! 8.0012.00 
,28 .80 51 .85 
41 ,25 74.25 
1 8. 00.12 .00 
ill .6020 .70 

5 .25 9 .45 
'42.2676.06 
11.4020.56 

» .51' 13 ,50 



1A 

__88 4.00 7.20 
39 10 2.25-1 .06 

1 6.00 8.60 

..1A-6 12.8523.15 



Y. 
Y_ 
C... 

V 



1A-28 

88 

.38 
— 9 

38 

.48 



..12 



Seattle, Wash 

Selby ville, Del .._„ 

Selma, N . C 

Shadwell, Va . 

Shalotte, N . C 

Sheldon, S.C. „ 
69th St. 'Upper barbyl 

Skelton, Va ,. .... . 

Sligo, N.C 

Sl.iatshurg, N . Y 

Smithfield, N . C. 1 

Smithfield. Va » 

Smyrna. Del , 

Snow Hill, MH ...... . 

Society Hill. S , C 

Solomon's Store, Va .__ 

Somerfield, Pa _.,.. 

Somerville, N . J ..,„ 



5 

_66 

60 

- 3 

.13-18 

3 

7 

Pa. 1 
.._ 2 
..„.. 9 
40 45 

3 

17 

..._..60 

50 

12 

_....] 3 

51 

.......47 



2.50 4.50 
6 .00 10 .80 
6.26 11,25 
10.55 16.85 
1.40 2.55 
3.00 5.40 

9.6517.40 
'15 .1627 .30 
47 .2585 .05 
i 5.10 8-26 

8. 75 15 .76 

7 .-in IS.K 
ill J020.36 
112.0021.60 
1 2 .00 3 .00 
I SJO'14.80 

8 .60 13 ,10 
.75 1.35 

8 .70 15 .70 
8.00 12.00 
3.45 5.65 

1 5.85 9.40 
10 .-in IK. 75 

9.0615.70 
; I .30 2 .35 



Southern Pines, N . C 19. ill .00 19 

South Bend, Ind... 49 14,6026 

Southficlds. N . Y. 38-39-40-45 .85' 1 

South Fallsburg, N . Y 44 

South Hill, Va . 1A-2 

South MUls, N. C ... 9 

South Mountain, Md . 51 

Spanish Coffee House, Pa . „48 

Spencer, Mass ,,_„.... „ .32 

Spencer, N . C 16 

Sperry vilie, Va . 1 



2 .50! 3 
8 J0J14 
8.5513 
6 .6611 
3.65 6 
2.76 4 
9 .2516 
. 7 .60 12 
Springfield, Mas*. 28-29-31-32 I 2.50 4 

SprirgGlen, N. Y „44 '2.40 3 

Spring Grove, Va 17 8.0012 

Spring Hope, N . C 9 8 .25 14 

Spring Lake, N.J. 46 1 .50 2 

Stafford, Va, _.. 2 6.7511 

Stamford, Conn ^ _ 27 1 1 1 

Stamford, N . Y 39 4 .00 7 

Standards ville, Va . JO 7 ,60il3 

Star, N.C. , 12 9.9517 

State Line, Md _51 i 8.8516 

Staunton, Va .8 , 7.7613 

8teel Bridge, Va ..________ 2 8 2014 

Stroudsburg, Pa__ 48 2.70 4 

§ u 2 em, 2?- y ^°^ 5 -*? i 

Su (Tol k, Va . _ 9-1 7 8.0012 

Summerton.S. C. )2 n 0019 

Summerville.S.C. 6-10 II 4020 

Sum m it Hotel, Pa 51 9,5016 

Summitvtlle, it, Y 44 2 20 3 

Sumter, S . C "ib JI0I4O 18 

Sunbury, N . C ^__„ 9 I 8 .95 13 



Surry Court House, Va 
Swan Lake, N . Y . 
Sweet Briar, Va .. 



„.,17 I 8 .00.12 

.44 ,|3 .00 t4 

7.8513 

7 ,60 13 

6.5011 



Il8 



„J0 



Swift Run Gap, Va~. 
Symcuse. N, Y. _ 

Marti Terminal, "" 

111 W . Onondaga Street, 

Phone 2-2037 
T 

Tallahassee, Fla ^ 55 17 .60 31 

Talleys, Va .___ 17-26 7 .76 12 

Tampa, Fla — _-__ 1 A 18 .80 38 

Tannersvule, N . Y 39 3.00 5 



Tappahatitiock, Vo . 14-17-26 

Tarboro, N . C . a 

Taunton, Mass . _____ 1A-28 

T , B . Intersection, Md 17 

Tempi eman's Cross Rda ., Val7 

Texarkana, Texas, 66 

Thackera, Va . _ js 



7 .75 12 
8 .6615 
3.00: 5 
6.1010 
7 .6012 
21.3038 



Thomas ville, N . C \..„_____16 
Tbompsonville, Conn" „__29 
Three Notch Road, Md'. _ 23 

Tilhon, N . Y __.;s8 

Tdbpo, Va 17 



Toledo, Ohio. 

Toronta, Canada^ 



-42-48-49 



Torrington, Conn .. 

Totuskey, Va __. J4-26 

Towanda, Pa. 48 

Town Hill, Md ___ „ 51 
Trenton, N.J. 'iji-i 



8 .90 16 
2.60 4 
6.9011 
1.90 3 
8.0012 
_. 12.0021 
.48 10.6019 
3.00 6 
7.6513 
4.85 8 
8 .00 13 
1 _fl 2 



Central Bus Terminal, 

21 W . State Street, 

Phone 33518 

Trevailians, Va , , , ia 

Triangle, Va . LA-2 6 .45 10 

Tulsa Okla 42 133 .7042 

Tunkhannoek. Pa 48 3.80 6 

Tuscaloosa, Ala 58 14.6626 

Tuxedo, N . Y _..3S-40^4K .80 I 

Tyler, Va _, 13-18 7.4012 



U 

Uniontown, Pa . , 

University ol Md , 



Vail's Gate, N . Y 
Van Bibber, Md ... 
Varina, N . C ____ 

Venice, Fla , .,, 

Village, Va ___ 



61 9 .60 16 .70 

Md. 1A-1 5.25 8.76 



40 1 .25 2.25 

1 4 .60i 7 .60 

._„12 8,6015.60 

1 A 20,4036.76 

.24-26 7 .9013 .60 



Wakefield Road, Va . 
Wake Forest, N.C. 

Walden.K. Y 

Waldorf, Md.. . 

"Waldrnpa Va 

Walkers, Va . 

Walkill, N. Y 

Walpole, Mass, ... 



17 

...1A-2 
......38 

.17-23 

IS 

17 

38 

28 



7 .00 12 .00 
8 .26 14 ,85 
1.40 2.65 
6.3010.75 

8.0012,00 
1 .60 2 .70 
3.60' 6.30 



Walterboro, S.C 1A-S-12 

Warren, Mass , .82 

Warrensburg, N , Y .. 88 

Warrenton, Vn 18-19 

Warsaw, N . C 3 

Warsaw, Va 14-17-24-26 

Warwick Court House, Va . 17 

Washington. D.C.1A-1-2-17 

18-19-23-24-51 -62-58-54 

Capital Bus Terminal, 

638 F Street, N . W . 

Phone, District 4224 

Washington, Pa ,61 

Washington, Va . 19 

Washington ville, N . Y 38 

Waterbury. Conn 7.7 

Short Line Terminal, 

196 Grand Street, 

Phone 431 16 



Watertown, Ma 
Wathcns, Md _„ 

Waverly, Ga— 

Ways Station, Go . 
Webster, Mass ___ 

Wellsboro. Pa , 

Wendail, N.C. 



28 

JS 



West Chester, Fa 

West Cnisackle, N . Y . 

West End, N . J ._ 

Westerly, R.I. 



_38 
„46 

J8 

West Friendship, Md . _ 61 

West Grove, Pa '.__,_. 1 

Weat Long Branch, N . J ..^46 
West Palm Beacb, Fla . _ I A 
West Seidting Hill, Md ., _61 

Wheeling, W.Va. Z 51 

White Church, Va 18 

Whitehouse, N.J. _~J_ 47 

White Marsh, Md " ™ 1 

White Lake, N . Y 44 

White Oak, Ga , ' 6 

White Plains, N . f '. _ _8^30 

Whitestone, Va 14-24-26 

W ilk es-liarre. Pa ., us 

Marti Terminat, 

Public Square 

Phone 201T3 
Williamsburg, Va , 
WiliiamstoB, N . C 
Willimantic, Conn 
Wil listen, S.C... 
W r illow Grove, Pa . 
W ills' Chapel, Va „ 
V* tlminglen, Del . 

Short Line Terminal, 

31th and West Streets 

Phone 2-6926 

W'ilmington, N.C. 1A 8 

Winchester, Va , ', 63 

Windham, N . Y ,""~_Z "39 

Windsor, N . C . 9 

Windsor Shades, Va.. ! IT 

Winesap, Va ... .".' " 01 

Winfall, N , C 



11.4020.65 
2 .75 4 .96 
5,00 9.00 
6.5010.56 
9.6517.40 
7 ,50 12 .00 
8 .00.12 .00 

G.50 8.76 



10.0017.60 
7 .3611 .85 
1.20 2.15 
2.26 3.60 



3 .00' 6 .40 

1 7 .20,12 .40 

14 .96,26 .95 

13,30^8.96 

3 .86' 6 .95 

6 .35 11 .46 

8 .2514 .85 

2 .80: 4 .50 

2 .70; 4 .90 

1 ,601 8 .00 

2 .60< 4 .60 

i 5.30 8.95 

i 8 .06 4 .90 

1 .60, 2 .00 

19 .8686 .76 

7.80,13.45 

9.0016.20 

, 8.1514.25 

1 .30 2 .86 

4.60 7,60 

13 .00 T4 .60 

16.0027.00 

• • 

8 .76 14 .20 
3.00 6.40 




Winsted, Conn .,_ 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Winton.N.C. . . 

Wise, N . C . 

Woodbine, Ga , . , 

Wood bridge, Va ., ".LU, 
Woodbury, N . Y . 



30 

12-64 
9 



2 

.. .40 

Woodiidge,N. Y. 44 

Woods Mill , Va j 8 

Woodbume, N . Y. __".(4 

Worresler.Mass . 1A-28-32-36 

Short Line Terminal 

60 Foster Street, 

Phone 3-4756 

Wurtshoro, N.Y 44-45 

Wythevillc, Va __. 53 



IS 



Yadkin, N.C. 

Yomaasec, S. C,„. 
Yonkers, N . Y -_ 

Yorktown, Va ___._..14-17 

Young's Cross Rda „S ,C 

Youngstown, Ohio._ 49 

Youngsville, N . C , 2 



10,6019.10 
7.5012J6 
3.50 6.30 
9.6616,86 

8 .00 1 2 .00 

11.tr u.io 
3 J5, 6 .50 
8.95.16.16 
9.6014.26 
8 .2014 .80 
15.0627.10 
6.10 9.86 
1.15 2.10 
2.60 3/76 
7.8518.46 



2.70 
2.76 



2.10 



4.05 
4.96 



8.15 



9.8017.66 



Yule. Fla. 



9 .25 16 .65 
6-7 11.8521.35 
28-30 1.50 t-90 
8 .00 12 .00 
11 .40 20 .65 
9.60il7.10 
8 .2614 .86 



6 15. 40 



Zebulon. N . C _._ 
Zioti Church, S.C. 



i'27 .76 

i'ljl QE 



8 .2514 ,86 
111 ,40i20 .65 



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NOVEMBER. 1934 



Published Monthly for Greyhound Employees and Friends 



VOL. VII— No, 11 



Baltimore 
Terminal Opened 
November 15 th 



While the building was not com- 
pleted in all details, the new Balti- 
more terminal, 217-221 W. Baltimore 
Street, was thrown open to the public 
on Thursday, November IS. Between 
2 and 10 p. m. more than 8,000 persons 
visited the new travel center for Balti- 
more, inspecting the terminal and 
showering congratulations on L. C. 
Major, regional manager at Wash- 
ington. 

It was literally a mob of Baltimore 
residents who crashed through the 
temporary doors at 2 o'clock, snatch- 
ing up the special literature prepared 
for the opening, hundreds of parents 
accompanied by their children asking 
for the toy buses and the ladies mak- 
ing a dash for the ticket counter, where 
roses and carnations were presented 
to them by station employees. So 
great, at times, was the crowd of peo- 
ple within the terminal that it was 
necessary to hold the crowd back out- 
side until the building was partially 
emptied. 

The opening was advertised in a 
double page newspaper display in 
the Baltimore News on the after- 
noon preceding the formal opening. 
Every piece of advertising material 
and every souvenir was gone long be- 
fore closing time at 10 p. m. The 
first bus entered the driveway prompt- 
ly at 12 o'clock, midnight and was 
away a few minutes later bound fro- 
New York. 

The new Baltimore terminal is two 
stories high facing on Baltimore 
street, with entrance for passengers 
to the main waiting room from this 
street. In the main waiting room are 
comfortable benches for [jassengers, 
lunch and news counter, information 
and ticket office. Also baggage and 
express checking window, telephone 
booths and other concessions. 

In the basement, leading by ^tairs 
from each side of the building, arc 
men's and women's rest rooms with 
large lounging rooms adjoining and 
furnished with beautiful new furniture. 
Ample baggage storage space is also 
provided for in the basement. The 
kitchen for the Union News restau- 
rant on the main floor is also located 
in the basement 

On the second floor is located the 
driver's dormitory with double-deck 
beds, shower bath, and rest room. The 
offices of Jack Breslin, terminal man- 
ager, are also on the second floor as 
is the telephone room. 

Buses enter the new terminal from 
Redwood street and leave via Balti- 
more street. There is sufficient room 
to accommodate the loading and un- 
loading of ten buses at the same time. 

The building is of white terra cotta, 
trimmed with black vitrolite and is one 
of (he most commodious in the east. 
In addition to housing all the activ- 
ities of Greyhound Lines in Baltimore 
the new station will also be the home 
in that city for the Blue Ridge Lines 
and also for the Peninsula Transit 
Company. 

At 8:15 p. m. on the day of the 
opening a 15-minute radio program 
was staged over station WCAO at 
which time the building was officially 
turned over to the city of Baltimore 
by L. C. Major and Mr, S. R. Sund- 
Stroni, president of Pennsylvania Grey- 
hound Lines. The building was ac- 
cepted by Hon. Lester Muller, acting 
mayor and president of the City Coun- 
cil. 

Several out-of-town officials were 
present for the opening, including Mr. 
S. R. Sundstrom, P. C. McLean, John 
Curaming, Thomas Blake, James Brin- 
ton, L. H. Ristow, and officials of 
both the Blue Ridge Lines and the 
Peninsula Transit Company. 











Public Service Commission 
of Maryland 


In the Matter of 

The Regulation and Control of Motor Vehicles 

Operating for Public Use 

in the 

State of Maryland 

Case No. 2684 


Before the 

Public Service Commission 
of Maryland 


Order No. 1 2 1 84— Effective January I, 1928 


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r 



PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION 



OF MARYLAND 

ORDER No. 12184 



In the Matter of 
The regulation and control of motor 
vehicles operating for public use in 
the State of Maryland. 



Before the 

Public Service Commission 

of Maryland 



Case No. 2684 



Whereas, This Commission, by its Order No. 3022 entered in Case 
No. 939 on September 14th, 1916, repealed and revoked its rules and 
regulations governing the operation of public motor vehicles, as thereto- 
fore established by Order No. 2356 entered therein on June 9th, 1915, 
and, by its said Order No. 3022, established other rules and regulations 
for the regulation and control of all automobile transportation, and ail 
persons and associations of persons, ■whether incorporated or not, operat- 
ing automobiles or motor cars, or motor vehicles, for public use in the 
conveyance of persons and property within the State to become effective 
October 1st, 1916, and to continue in force unless and until revoked or 
amended by further order of the Commission; and 

Whereas, The rules and regulations as thus established were from 
time to time supplemented and amended by further orders of the 
Commission in the premises, entered, respectively, on October 6th, 1916, 
and May 4th, 1920; and 

WHEREAS, The rules and regulations so established, supplemented and 
amended were superseded by rules and regulations adopted by the Com- 
mission's Order No. 6329, entered in the said Case No, 939 on June 15th, 
1921, and by its Order No. 6960 entered therein on June 17th, 1922; and 

Whereas, The matter of the establishment and promulgation of new 
rules and regulations to supersede the rules and regulations adopted by 
the Commission's said Orders, Nos. 6329 and 6960, having come on to be 
heard after due notice as prescribed by the Commission's Order No. 
11854 entered in the above entitled case on October 4th, 1927, and it be- 
ing the opinion and finding of the Commission, after due hearing and 
due consideration of the matters and things involved, that the said rules 
and regulations adopted by the said Orders, Nos. 6329 and 6960 are 
inadequate by reason of the facts that the conditions to which they owe 
their origin have changed materially since their establishment and pro- 
mulgation and that various shortcomings in the practical operation of 
such rules and regulations have been developed by the administrative 
experience of the Commission, 



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operation of any motor vehicle contrary to the requirements thereof, 
shall be deemed personally guilty of a violation thereof. 

ii. PENALTIES. The penalties for the violation of any of these Rules 
in addition to the penalties prescribed by Section 28 of the Public Serv- 
ice Commission Law for failure, omission or neglect to obey, observe or 
comply with any direction or requirement of the Commission, and to the 
possible revocation of permits as hereinafter provided, shall be those 
prescribed in Sections 256 and 263 of Article 56 of the Annotated Code 
of the Public General Laws of Maryland, 1924, to wit: The person vio- 
lating the same shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon con- 
viction shall be subject to a fine of not less than five dollars ($5.00) nor 
more than fifty dollars ($50.00) for the first offense, and a fine of not 
less than ten dollars ($10,00) nor more than one hundred dollars 
($100.00) for each additional or subsequent offense. 

7. Established Route. No motor vehicle, for which a permit has been 
issued, shall be operated in the public transportation of persons or proper- 
ty for hire over any route other than that prescribed therein, without 
the express consent of the Commission, unless the regular route be 
blocked or otherwise rendered temporarily impassable. Abbreviation 
of authorized service by operation over part only of the regular 
or established route shall be deemed to be operation over a route other 
than that authorized in the permit within the meaning of this Rule. 
It is not the intention of this Rule to prevent the substitution of a 
motor vehicle in case of accident or to prevent the proper operation 
of additional motor vehicles between points on established routes where 
additional equipment is necessary properly to take care of the traffic, 

8. Fixed Schedules. No motor vehicle shall be operated on any 
schedule other than that authorized in its permit, nor shall the time of 
leaving any of the principal points on its route be varied except in 
emergency cases, without the consent of the Commission. 

9. Hiring Cars. For the purposes of these Rules, any motor vehicle 
used in the public transportation of passengers for hire, or in the public 
transportation of merchandise or freight for hire otherwise than on 
fixed schedules over regular or established routes, shall be deemed to 
he a Hiring Car. No Hiring Car shall be operated along or over any 
route established by the Commission as a regular route by the issuance 
of a permit, or over any substantial part thereof, except as it may be 
necessary to traverse the same as an incident to its ordinary hiring 
business, and no operator or person in charge of a Hiring Car shall 
solicit patrons or business at either of the termini of any such established 
route, or at any point along the same, with the intent of carrying patrons 
or property over any established route or substantially similar route. 

10. Filing and Posting Tariffs and Time Schedules. Copies of 
tariffs, rates and fares to be charged, and of time schedules, together with 
rules and regulations governing the same, shall bo kept posted for 



public inspection by every company at its principal offices. Where 
charges are made on mileage basis, the tariffs, rates and time schedules 
must also be posted in a conspicuous place in each passenger motor 
vehicle. 

The tariffs and time schedules herein required to be filed with the 
Commission shall be typewritten or printed on blanks provided by the 
Commission and may contain as many pages as necessary. The schedules 
and tariffs shall be numbered consecutively, the one filed with the original 
application being number one. No change in tariff may go into effect 
until thirty days have elapsed after it has been filed with the Commission, 
except upon special Order of the Commission. 



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II— SECURING AND VACATING PERMITS 
Applications for Permits. All original applications for permits 



issuable under Rule 4 shall be made upon blank forms provided by the 
Commission, and shall be signed by the applicant. At the time of making 
such application the applicant shall be given a printed copy of these 
Rules, unless he previously has received a copy, and shall be required 
to certify in his application that he has received and read these 
Rules and agrees to comply with the provisions thereof. A complete 
operating time schedule and tariff of rates and charges shall accompany 
and be filed with the application. Any duty imposed by these Rules 
upon applicants may, if the applicant be a corporation, be performed 
on behalf of such applicant by a duly authorized agent. If the owner- 
ship or lawful right to possession of the motor vehicle for which a permit 
is desired is vested in two or more persons, any one of them may apply 
for such permit under the provisions of these Rules. If the applicant 
be a corporation, the name and address of the President and the Secre- 
tary shall he piven, i )' a|>plik.-nii1 he :i pari iii-i'ship or association, the name 
and address of each partner or associate shall be given and the extent of 
the interest that each has in the business. 

12. Form of Permit, The permits above authorized to be issued shall 
be in such form as from time to time may be prescribed by the Com- 
mission, but in all instances shall contain the Commission's permit num- 
ber, the name and address of the person or persons, association or 
corporation to whom or to which issued, the carrying capacity as fixed 
by the Commission in the case of a motor vehicle engaged in the public 
transportation of passengers, the carrying capacity as given by the 
manufacturer of such motor vehicle in the case of a motor vehicle engaged 
in the public transportation of merchandise or freight, and the route on 
which the same is authorized to operate. The grantee or grantees of any 
permit shall notify the Commission promptly of any change of address 
occurring after such issuance of permit. 

13. Revocation or Suspension of Permit. No permit issued by the 
Commission pursuant to these rules, except as hereinafter provided, shall 
be suspended or revoked until after hearing had upon not less than five 



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days' written notice to the grantee or grantees thereof, and an opportun- 
ity given him, them or it to be heard in his, their or its defense. Notice 
of soch hearing shall be in writing and shall be served in person upon such 
grantee, or one of them, if there be more than one, or upon the proper 
agent for service, if the grantee be a corporation, or mailed by registered 
mail to the address given in the application, or changed address subse- 
quently filed with the Commission, which mailing, after a reasonable 
time for delivery according to due course of mail, shall be as effective 
and binding as personal service. No person or persons, association or 
corporation shall operate any motor vehicle to which these Rules 
are applicable for the purposes, in the manner, and over the roads as 
defined in Rule 3 hereof, after revocation of the permit issued therefor, 
or during the period of its suspension. In addition to the causes expressly 
specified in these Rules as grounds for revocation or suspension of permits, 
the flagrant or persistent violation of any of these Rules, or failure to 
secure from the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles, within thirty days after 
the issuance of a permit under the provisions of these Rules, a license for 
operation pursuant to such permit, shall be sufficient ground, in the dis- 
cretion of the Commission, for the revocation of a permit. The require- 
ment for notice and hearing herein contained shall not extend to the revo- 
cation of a permit for failure to secure such license from the Commis- 
sioner of Motor Vehicles within thirty days after issuance of permit. 

Ill— SIGNS AND MARKERS 

14. Display of Permit. Permits shall be carried at all times in or on 
the motor vehicle for which issued, and shall be displayed by the operator 
thereof at any time upon the demand of the proper representatives of the 
Public Service Commission, Commissioner of Motor Vehicles, or police 
authorities of the State or of any political sub-division thereof. Permits 
issued under the provisions of these Rules for the operation of motor 
vehicles for the public transportation of passengers for hire shall be dis- 
played publicly at all times in a conspicuous place in the motor vehiele 
for which issued. 

15. Identification of Operators. Operators of motor vehicles en- 
gaged in the transportation of passengers shall be identified by a number 
attached to the operator's cap, or by a card displayed in full view of the 
passengers, bearing the operator's name in letters of sufficient size to be 
easily read. 

16. Destination Signs, Each motor vehicle shall have securely 
attached to the front or sides thereof a sign with letters or figures not 
less than two inches in height, designating the route and destination. 

17. Stop Lights. All passenger vehicles operated under permits of 
this Commission shall be provided with stop lights so arranged as to 
indicate and show when the foot brakes are applied. 

18. Distinguishing Mark. Every company operating four or more 
passenger vehicles under permits of this Commission shall adopt and 



employ a distinctive color scheme or insignia or shall have the name of 
the company conspicuously displayed on each vehicle. Each such vehicle 
shall be identified by an individual number plainly painted upon or se- 
curely attached to the body. 



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IV— EQUIPMENT 
Physical Condition, All motor vehicles and the equipment used 



in connection therewith shall at all times be kept in proper physical con- 
dition to render safe, adequate and reasonable public service. Failure to 
keep such motor vehicles in the condition aforesaid shall be sufficient 
ground for the revocation or suspension of the permit. 

20. Reserve Equipment. It shall be the duty of the owner to main- 
tain sufficient reserve equipment to ensure the reasonable maintenance 
of established schedules. 

21. Inspection, Representatives of the Public Service Commission 
authorized to make inspections under the provisions of these Rules will 
be provided with appropriate badges for identification. They shall have 
the right at any time to enter into or upon any motor vehicle for the 
purpose of ascertaining whether or not any of these rules have been 
violated. Wilful refusal of the operator of any such motor vehicle to 
stop the same when ordered to do so by any representative of the Com- 
mission, or to permit any such representative to enter into or upon the 
same for the purposes aforesaid or to display the permit issued for such 
motor vehicle upon his demand, shall be sufficient ground for the revo- 
cation or suspension of such permit. 

22. LIGHTS. All closed motor vehicles used in the transportation of 
passengers shall have a light or lights within the vehicle, so arranged as 
to illuminate the whole interior, except the portion occupied by the 
operator. 

23. Speedometers. All motor vehicles used in the transportation of 
passengers on interurban or rural routes shall be equipped with a stand- 
ard speedometer -which shall be maintained in good working order, in 
view of passengers, at all times. 

24. Heating. Motor vehicles with closed bodies, used in the trans- 
portation of passengers, shall be equipped with a suitable heating system. 

2a. Fire Extinguisher. Each motor vehicle used in the transporta- 
tion of passengers shall be equipped with a fire extinguisher, bearing the 
label of approval of the Fire Underwriters' Association, which shall be 
kept properly filled and in a satisfactory operating condition at all times. 

26. Mirror. Every motor vehicle shall be equipped with a mirror 
or reflector, attached to and so located and adjusted on such vehicle as 
to give the operator a clear reflected view of the highway directly to the 
rear on a line parallel with the side of the body of such motor vehicle. 
Every operator shall keep a constant observation of the approach of 
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27. Emergency Exits. Passenger motor vehicles having longitudinal 
seats or a longitudinal aisle between cross seats in which there is a 
common exit and entrance shall be provided with an emergency exit door 
located, on side or end,at the opposite end of the body from the regularly 
used entrance and exit, which emergency door shall be securely fastened in 
a manner which will prevent its being opened accidentally, and shall be 
plainly labeled "Emergency Exit." This door shall be kept in good oper- 
ating condition at all times, and so fastened as to be easily opened in case 
of emergency. Passenger motor vehicles now in operation not so 
equipped with emergency exit shall be so equipped on or before January 
1st, 1929. 

28. Gasoline Tanks. The gasoline tanks of passenger vehicles shall 
be located entirely outside the body of the motor vehicle with an inlet 
for filling which shall permit filling from the outside exclusively, 

29. Sanitary Conditions. Every passenger motor vehicle shall be 
cleaned and rendered sanitary daily. At least every seven (7) days, anil 
as much oftener as the Commission may from time to time require, the 
interior of the motor vehicle shall be washed thoroughly clean. In closed 
cars, adequate provision must be made for ventilation. 

30. Seats. Comfortable seats must he provided on all passenger 
motor vehicles. 

31. Protection Against Storms. The windows, ventilators, shields, 
etc., of passenger motor vehicles of the closed type shall be kept in such 
a condition that passengers will be adequately protected from storm. 
All vehicles of the touring or open type shall be provided with curtains, 
maintained in good condition, which shall be used when necessary to 
protect passengers from storm. 

V— OPERATION OF VEHICLES 

32. STOP at Crossings. Passenger motor vehicles are required to 
come to a full stop at al! grade crossings of steam or electric interurban 
railroads, and the operator shall look and listen for approaching trains 
before crossing the tracks. 

38, Boons CLOSED. The doors of passenger motor vehicles shall be 
kept closed when such vehicles are in motion. 

34. Travelling In Opposite Direction From Destination. Any 
person boarding a motor vehicle, when such vehicle is bound in the direc- 
tion opposite from his destination, shall be charged the regular and 
fixed fare for carriage to the terminus or other point where such vehicle 
begins its trip in the direction of such destination. 

35. Changes in Routes and Schedules. In all cases where persons, 
associations or corporations to whom, or to which, permits have been 
issued as aforesaid, desire to make any change in routing or schedules, 
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permission and authority to do so. But no change of route or schedule 
shall be effective until a copy thereof has been sent to the Commissioner 
of Motor Vehicles of Maryland, and an adjustment of charges made as 
by law provided. Subject to the same proviso, the Public Service 
Commission reserves the right to arrange or re-arrange routes and 
schedules so as to prevent competition injurious to the public welfare or 
prevent unnecessary congestion on streets and highways, 

36. Permissible Carrying Capacity, The maximum permissible 
carrying capacity of motor vehicles engaged in the transportation of 
passengers for hire, shall be determined by dividing the total length of 
seats in inches by sixteen, this formula being based upon an allowanec 
of sixteen inches per passenger. In no case shall the total weight carried 
exceed the rated carrying capacity of the chassis. 

The maximum seating capacity of such motor vehicle as determined by 
the Public Service Commission shall be designated on its permits issued 
as aforesaid. 

Illustration 

Total length seats 128 144 160 176 192 208 224 240 

Pounds capacity 1120 1260 1400 1540 1680 1820 1960 2100 

Number passengers 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 

The above standard of loading must be generally conformed to, but on 
vehicles having a clear head room of C feet 2 inches, standing passengers 
may be carried in cases of emergency. The number standing shall never 
exceed one-third of the seating capacity and the total weight carried 
shall never exceed the rated capacity of the chassis. 

37. Seating Arrangement. Not more than one person in addition 
to the operator shall be permitted to occupy the front seat of a passenger 
motor vehicle having the gear shift located between the operator and 
passenger, except in vehicles of the sedan type which are now in opera- 
tion under permits of the Commission, and not more than one person in 
addition to the operator shall be permitted for each sixteen inches of 
width of the front seat, allowing ample space for the operator, if the gear 
shift is located on the side of the operator away from the passenger. No 
vehicles with bodies of the sedan type which are not now in operation 
under permit shall be used unless a satisfactory, permanent provision 
be made to separate operator from passengers, with allowance of ample 
space for operator. 

No passenger shall be permitted to i"ide on the steps or the running 
board of any passenger motor vehicle. 

No person shall be permitted to ride on top of any passenger motor 
vehicle, unless such top has been designed and constructed for such use, 
and is properly provided with seats and protecting railings. 

No passengers shall be carried on motor vehicles operating under per- 
mits of this Commission for the transportation of freight only. 

38. Accidents. Immediate notice in writing shall be given the Com- 
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accidents result in loss of life or serious injury to persons or property, or 
result in the removal of the motor vehicle from service for a period of 
more than twenty-four hours. 

39. Substitute Motor Vehicles. Whenever by reason of accident, 
disablement or breakdown of any motor vehicle, operation thereof pur- 
suant to the schedule filed with the Commission and in compliance with 
the conditions prescribed by these Rules is impossible, it shall be the duty 
of the owner to substitute a motor vehicle to take the place thereof, in 
order that the schedule may be maintained. Such substitute motor 
vehicle shall be fully subject in all respects to the provisions of tbese 
Rules insofar as the same are reasonably applicable. If a Hiring Car be 
used as such substitute motor vehicle the license number of the disabled, 
or otherwise incapacitated, vehicle shall be displayed beside the hiring 
license on such substitute vehicle. If the capacity of the substitute 
vehicle be greater than that of the vehicle regularly used, for which a 
permit has been issued, a greater total number of passengers or a greater 
weight in freight shall not be carried than that authorized in such permit 
for such regularly used vehicle. 

40. Interruptions To Service. In all cases of interruptions to the 
regular service of motor vehicles where such interruptions have continued 
or are likely to continue over a period of more than twenty-four hours, 
written notice shall be given the Commission of the character, cause and 
probable duration of the same, and of the arrangements made, or in 
progress, for making available a substitute car as provided in Rule 39 
hereof. 

41. Withdrawals From Service. It shall be unlawful for any person 
or persons, association or corporation engaged in the operation of one or 
more motor vehicles to withdraw the same from the public service with- 
out having first given the Commission at least ten days' notice in writing 
of intention to do so. 

42. Reckless Or Unsafe Operation. No operator of any motor 
vehicle shall operate the same recklessly, in an unsafe manner, or in disre- 
gard of the public general laws governing the operation of motor vehicles 
in this State. A persistent or flagrant violation of this Rule or duly 
prescribed street traffic regulations shall be sufficient ground for revo- 
cation or suspension of permit. 

43. Annual Reports, It shall be the duty of the owner of every 
motor vehicle to keep an accurate record of receipts from operation and 
of operating and other expenses and to file with the Commission on or 
before April 1st of each year an annual report thereof for the year ended 
the 31 st day of the preceding December. Such reports shall be made on 
the form furnished by the Commission. 

44. Semi-Monthly and Monthly Reports. It shall be the duty of 
every owner of a motor vehicle to make an accurate report of the num- 
ber of trips made each day by each vehicle over each route or portion 
of a route operated by him, and submit such reports, in duplicate, to 



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the Commission semi-monthly, within five days of the expiration of semi- 
monthly periods, ending on the fifteenth and last days of each month. 

A monthly report shall be submitted to the Commission, on forms 
approved by the Commission, showing the total miles operated for the 
month, which said report shall be submitted, in triplicate, within five 
days of the expiration of the monthly period. 

45. Hand Baggage. Suitable provisions must be made in all passen- 
ger motor vehicles to take care of, and transport without extra charge, 
ordinary hand baggage- carried by passengers. Baggage shall not be 
carried in such manner as to obstruct the entrances, exits, or aisles 
of motor vehicles. 



46. No Smoking By Operator. 
smoke while operating a passenger 



Operators shall not be permitted to 
motor vehicle. 



VI— REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO BALTIMORE CITY ONLY 

47. No motor vehicle operating in Baltimore City shall receive or 
discharge passengers in the middle of the block. Passengers must board 
and leave the vehicle at the near side of the street crossing unless other- 
wise required by Police Regulations. 

48. When stopping to receive or discharge passengers in Baltimore 
City, the motor vehicle, unless conditions do not permit, must draw up to 
the curb, at the near side of the crossing of intersecting streets, and 
where there are street car tracks the stop must be made in such manner 
as not to interfere with the free movement of street cars and in com- 
pliance with the Baltimore City ordinance requiring vehicles to stop at 
least five feet to the rear of the rear end of a standing street car which 
has stopped for the purpose of receiving or discharging passengers. 

49. All motor vehicles on the route in Baltimore City known as the 
Fayette Street Route shall continue to be operated on the schedule in 
effect on the date of this order, which schedule shall be taken and con- 
sidered as a part "of these rules and regulations. This schedule may be 
changed from time to time as circumstances require, any changes therein, 
however, to be determined upon by the Public Service Commission after a 
hearing, and such changes in schedule shall become effective on the date 
prescribed by the Commission. 

And it is Further Ordered: That on or before the 20th day of 
December, 1927, the Secretary of the Commission cause to be forwarded 
a copy of this order to every person, association or corporation shown 
by the records of the Commission on that date to be engaged in the opera- 
tion of a motor vehicle or vehicles for public use in the conveyance of 
persons or property within the State of Maryland. 

HAROLD E. WEST, 
J. FRANK HARPER, 
STELTABT PURCELL, 

Comvrisioners. 



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PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION 

OF MARYLAND 



ORDER No. 15012 



In the Matter of 

The Regulation and Control of 

Motor Vehicles Operating for Public 

Use in the State of Maryland. 



Before the 

Public Service Commission 
of Maryland 



Case No. 2684 



It appearing to the Commission that the procedure heretofore fol- 
lowed in the matter of the renewal of permits issued by the Commis- 
sion for the operation of motor vehicles for use in the public trans- 
portation of persons or property for hire in the State of Maryland is 
unnecessarily burdensome and should be simplified, 

It Is, Therefore, this 25th day of October, in the year Nineteen 
Hundred and Twenty-nine, by the Public Service Commission of Mary- 
land, 

Ol'Ofl'ftJ, (1) That Rule 4 of the rules and regulations adopted by 
the Commission by Order No. 12184 to govern the control and opera- 
tion of motor vehicles engaged in the public transportation of persons 
or property for hire, effective January 1, 1928, be, and the same is 
hereby, modified and amended to read as follows: 

4. NECESSITY FOR PERMIT. Except as otherwise pro- 
vided in Rule 39 hereof, no motor vehicle shall be operated 
over roads of this State until a permit has been obtained from 
the Commission authorizing such operation. Such permits 
may be issued by the Commission at any time during the 
year, and for such length of time as the Commission may 
deem best for the public welfare and convenience. Unless 
otherwise specified in any permit, the right to operate there- 
under shall terminate on the 31st day of December next suc- 
ceeding the date of issue. Application for the renewal of 
permits may be made as hereinafter provided in Rule 12- A 
hereof. Permits shall not be transferable. No charge shall 
be made for the issuance of any permit under the provisions 
of these rules. 



(2) That a new rule be, and it is hereby, added to the rules and 
regulations adopted by the Commission by Order No. 12184 to govern 
the control and operation of motor vehicles engaged in the public 
transportation of persons or property for hire, effective January 1, 
1928, to follow immediately after Rule 12, and to read as follows: 

12-A. RENEWAL OF PERMIT. Application for the re- 
newal of permits on precisely the same terms and con 'itkns 
as those on which such permits were originally issued may 
be made in writing on renewal forms provided by the Com- 
mission. Such applications shall be signed by the applicant. 

J. Frank Harper, 
Steuart Purcell, 

Commissioners, 



PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION 



OF MARYLAND 



ORDER No. 17987. 



In the Matter of 

The Regulation and Control of 

Motor Vehicles Operating for Public 

Use in the State op Maryland, 



Before the 

Public Service Commission 
of Maryland 



Case No. 2G84 



Whereas, the Commission having had under consideration the need 
for the establishment of special rules and regulations for the promo- 
tion of safety in the operation of motor vehicles engaged in the public 
transportation of passengers for hire; and 

Whereas, a committee consisting of representatives of the passen- 
ger bus lines operating in the State of Maryland, and a representative 
of the Commission, as chairman, having been appointed and said com- 
mittee having prepared and submitted to the Commission a set of 
special rules and regulations for the promotion of safety in the opera- 
tion of motor vehicles engaged in the public transportation of passen- 
gers for hire, which said special rules and regulations are intended to 
supplement and be in addition to the rules and regulations governing 
the control and operation of motor vehicles engaged in the public 
transportation of persons or property for hire, as embodied in the 
Commission's Order No. 12184, entered December 7th, 1927, as modi- 
fied and amended by its Order No. 15012, entered October 25th, 1929; 
and 

Whereas, hearing with respect to the said proposed special rules 
and regulations having been had by the Commission after due notice 
and it being the opinion and finding of the Commission, after investi- 
gation and hearing, that special rules and regulations for the promo- 
tion of safety in the operation of motor vehicles engaged in the public 
transportation of passengers for hire are necessary and desirable and 
that Rule 36 of the rules and regulations adopted by the Commission's 
Order No. 12184 as aforesaid should be modified and amended as 
hereinafter set forth, 



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It Is, Therefore, this 1st day of December, in the year Nineteen 
Hundred and Thirty-one, by the Public Service Commission of 
Maryland, 

Ot'D Ctr D, (l) That Rule 36 of the roles and regulations gov- 
erning the control and operation of motor vehicles engaged in the 
public transportation of persons or property for hire operating under 
permits issued by the Public Service Commission of Maryland adopted 
by the Commission's Order No. 12184, entered December 7th, 1927, be 
and the same is hereby modified and amended, effective January 1st, 
1932, by adding the following: 

No standing passengers shall be carried in any vehicle oper- 
ating on a schedule which requires a maximum speed in excess 
of twenty-five miles per hour. 

(2) That in addition to the rules and regulations governing the 
control and operation of motor vehicles engaged in the public trans- 
portation of persons or property for hire, as embodied in the Commis- 
sion's Order No. 12184, entered December 7th, 1927, as modified and 
amended by its Order No. 15012, entered October 25th, 1929, the fol- 
lowing special rules and regulations for the promotion of safety in 
the operation of motor vehicles engaged in the public transportation 
of passengers for hire are hereby adopted to become effective January 
1st, 1932, and to continue in force unless and until revoked or amended 
by the further order of the Commission : 

36-A. Obstruction of Aisle Prohibited. An aisle of reasonable 
width shall be provided in every passenger motor vehicle, extending 
from the entrance door to the emergency exit, and such aisle shall be 
kept free of obstruction at all times. No seats of any kind and no 
baggage shall be allowed in such aisle; if vehicles which are en- 
gaged in interstate operations are equipped with aisle seats, such seats 
shall not be used in this State. 

41-A. Maintenance Record. A continuous maintenance record 
shall be kept of each passenger motor vehicle operated under permit 
of this commission. The record shall include the following information 
which shall he furnished the Commission at any time, upon request: 

(1) Date of Acquisition. 

(2) Make, model and year of manufacture, 

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(4) Mileage operated by present owner (and mileage operated in 
previous service, if any). 

(5) Mileage operated since last general overhauling. 

(6) Record, in detail, of accidents which rendered major repairs 
necessary, including full record of parts and equipment which 
were replaced. 

(7) Record of replacements of major parts and equipment, result- 
ing from routine inspections and tests. 

(8) Continuous record of speedometer operation. Such record shall 
be kept, by date, time and mileage, of each interruption in 
operation of the speedometer and a similar record kept of 
restoral to service. Record should be made of cause of inter- 
ruption and parts replaced, if any. 

(9) Continuous record of operation of Stop Lights, similar to that 
kept of speedometers. 

Note: — Record shall be made of mileage indicated by speedometer or 
odometer, whenever a vehicle is withdrawn from service for 
major repairs or for overhauling. 

41-B. Routine Inspections, Passenger Motor Vehicles. 

Trip Inspections, Before each scheduled run, the operator or 
other employee to whom the duty shall be assigned, shall make 
such inspection as is practicable of the visible parts of vehicle 
and equipment, and defects which are disclosed thereby shall be 
repaired before the trip is made. Special attention shall be given 
to brakes, tires, lights, wind-shield wiper, emergency exit, speed- 
ometer and fire extinguisher, and to the cleanliness of the interior 
of the vehicle. Suitable cards shall be provided for use by oper- 
ator or inspector in recording defects. 

Daily Inspection at Garage. Each passenger motor vehicle 
shall be inspected daily by a competent mechanic who shall care- 
fully examine the operating mechanism, chassis, body and equip- 
ment for conditions prejudicial to safe operation. Defects which 
affect the safety of operation shall be remedied before the vehicle 
is again operated. 

General Inspection. Vehicles shall be withdrawn from service 
after not more than each five thousand (5000) miles of operation 



and shall receive a general inspection by experienced mechanics. 
The operating mechanism shall be disassembled to such extent as 
may be necessary, in the opinion of said mechanic, to disclose 
defects which affect safety and comfort of service. All replace- 
ments of parts which are found necessary and all required repairs 
and adjustments to operating mechanism, body, chassis and equip- 
ment, in order to ensure safe and reasonably comfortable opera- 
tion, shall be made before the vehicle is again put in service. 

And It Is Further Ordered: That on or before the 7th day of De- 
cember, 1931, the Secretary of the Commission cause to be forwarded 
a copy of this order to every person, association or corporation shown 
by the records of the Commission on that date to be engaged in the 
operation of a motor vehicle or vehicles for public use in the convey- 
ance of persons within the State of Maryland. 

Harold E. West, 
J. Frank Harper, 
Steuart Purcell, 

Commissioners. 



PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION 

OF MARYLAND 



ORDER No. 18225 



In the Matter of 

The Regulation and Control of 

Motor Vehicles Operating for Public 

Use in the State of Maryland. 



Before the 

Public Service Commission 
of Maryland 



Case No. 2684 



It appearing to the Commission that in order to remove any pos- 
sible misunderstanding as to the limitations which apply to opera- 
tions conducted under permits issued by the Commission for the 
transportation of persons or property in interstate commerce exclu- 
sively it is necessary and desirable that the rules for the regulation 
and control of motor vehicles operating for public use in the State of 
Maryland, adopted by the Commission's Order No. 12184, entered 
December 7th, 1927, as modified and amended by the Commission's 
Order No. 15012, entered October 25th, 1929, and by the Commis- 
sion's Order No. 17987, entered December 1st, 1931, be supplemented 
so as clearly to define such limitations, 

It Is, Therefore, this 18th day of December, in the year Nine- 
teen Hundred and Thirty-one, by the Public Service Commission of 
Maryland, 

OtbEtEO, That the rules for the regulation and control of motor 
vehicles operating for public use in the State of Maryland, adopted 
by the Commission's Order No. 12184, entered December 7th, 1927, 
as modified and amended by the Commission's Order No. 15012, 
entered October 25th, 1929, and by the Commission's Order No. 
17987, entered December 1st, 1931, be and the same are hereby 
supplemented by the addition of the following rule, to become effec- 
tive January 1st, 1932, and to continue in force, unless and until 
revoked or amended by the further order of the Commission: 



7-A. Distinction Between Interstate and Intrastate Service. 

(1) Permits issued by this Commission for interstate operation only 
shall not include the right to receive passengers or freight at 
a point in Maryland destined to any other point in Maryland. 

(2) Motor vehicle operators transporting interstate passengers or 
freight shall not transfer said passengers or freight, at any 
point in Maryland, to another interstate operator for delivery 
to another point in Maryland, when there is an authorized 
intrastate service between the said points in Maryland, nor 
shall any such interstate operator receive, or transport between 
any points in Maryland, passengers or freight so transferred. 

And it is Further Ordered : That on or before the 23rd day of De- 
cember, 1931, the Secretary of the Commission cause to be forwarded 
a copy of this order to every person, association or corporation shown 
by the records of the Commission on that date to be engaged in the 
operation of a motor vehicle or vehicles for public use in the convey- 
ance of persons or property within the State of Maryland. 

Harold E. West, 
J. Frank Harper, 
Steuart Purcell, 

Commissioners. 




"THIS CARD MUST BE CARRIED IN OR ON THE MOTOR VEHICLE 
ANY ERASURE OR CHANGE INVALIDATES THIS PERMIT 



STATE OF MARYLAND 



PERMIT NO,. 



PUBLIC MOTOR VEHICLE PERMIT engine No.. 
passenger license no.. 

Address 



AUTHORIZED OPERATION 



Permissible Carrying Capacity (ihcludihi driver)- 
VOID IF TRANSFERRED 

I3"This permit Expires dec, 31, 193 BY. 



PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION 



TRANSPORTATION ENGINEER 
"C. M. V. LICENSE NUMBER MUST BE RE. REGISTERED WHENEVER CHANGED 



PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION 

OF MARYLAND 



APPLICATION FOR PERMIT FOR OPERATION OF A MOTOR VEHICLE 

_ Application is hereby made to the Public Service Commission of Maryland for a permit for the opera- 
tion of a motor vehicle for public use as follows : 



Date_, 



1, Name_ 



2. Postoffice address- 



(a) If corporation, give names and addresses of President and Secretary, date of incorporation and name of state 

where incorporated; and if foreign corporation, name and address of resident agent. 

(b) If partnership, give names and addresses of partners. 

(c) If individual, give name and address of individual. 



3. Nature of service : Passenger.__ . , „ „__Freight_ 



4. Route (specify exact termini and give in detail names of streets and roads to be traversed) . 



5. Length of route (one way) . 

6. Single trips per week 



Note. — A complete schedule of operation and a complete schedule of rates must be filed with this application, 
7. Arrangements for making available substitute or emergency equipment 



SPECIFICATIONS OF VEHICLE 

8. Make.— 9. Year and Modeh 

10. Engine number 11. Brakes 

12. Seating capacity (including driver) 

13. Arrangement of seats and length of each . 

14. Character and location of entrance and exit 



And I do hereby certify that I have received and read copies of Orders Nos. 12184, 15012, 17987 and 
18225, of the Public Service Commission of Maryland, and I agree to comply with the provisions thereof, 
and I understand that nothing in this Order is to be construed as giving permission to operate without 
proper license from the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles. 



(Applicant must not fill in the space below. ) Sign here. 



Permit No.— __ — License No. 



PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION 

OF MARYLAND 

PUBLIC MOTOR VEHICLE SCHEDULE OF RATES AND FARES 

i^ ck Tariff No 

Canceling gyg Tariff No 

Name of Owner or Owners - 

Postoffice Address. 

Effective 

Give Below in Detail Complete Schedule of Rates and Faees: 



Sign here.. 



PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION 

OF MARYLAND 

PUBLIC MOTOR VEHICLE SCHEDULE OF OPERATION 



g us Schedule No. 



Canceling |j^ ck Schedule No. 



Name of Owner or Owners- 

Postoflice Address 

Effective................. 



Give Below in Detail Complete Schedule of Operation: 



Sign here. 



PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION 
OF MARYLAND 

Permit No. Issued 

us 
to me 

freight 
for the operation of a passenger motor vehiole 

from 
to 

is issued with the understanding that NO TRANSFER OF SAME 
WILL BE ALLOWED by the Public Service Commission of Mary- 
land, and, in acoepting this permit, I hereby agree to 
comply with this condition. 

And I do further agree to secure license from the 
Commissioner of Motor Vehicles and begin operating within 
thirty (30) days after the issuing of this permit or show 
good cause why the same has not been done, and I understand 
that no operation under this permit is to be undertaken un- 
less and until proper license therefor is secured from the 
Commissioner of Motor Vehicles. 

{ S i gne d ) 

Date 

Witness