Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railroad
Stevens Point Division Timetable No. 53
Effective 12:01 AM Sunday, May 7, 1950
The Stevens Point Division was actually the Wisconsin Central Railroad, and the main lines were from Chicago to the Twin Cities, Ashland, and Duluth-Superior, and included most of the Wisconsin branch lines. Track belonging to the MStP&SSM proper were part of the Gladstone and Minneapolis-Duluth Divisions until the December 30, 1960 merger.
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First Sub Westward (Chicago-Shops Yard)
B&O Chicago Terminal Main Line (Inbound/Outbound), Forest Park-Chicago (Grand Central Station) (used until 1963)
Map of B&O Chicago Terminal, with Soo passenger route shown in red
Indiana Harbor Belt, Main Line (Soo passenger trains used this line from Grand Ave-Broadview from 1963-65)
Illinois Central Chicago Division (Broadview-Chicago Central Station) (used 1963-65)
First Sub Eastward

Second Sub Westward (Shops Yard-Stevens Point Yard) and Manitowoc Line
Related: Milwaukee Road, Milwaukee Division, 6th Subdivision (Menasha Jct-Hilbert Jct)
Second Sub Eastward

Third Sub Westward (SP Yard-Chippewa Falls Yard) and Eau Claire Line
Third Sub Eastward, Greenwood Line, and Nekoosa Line
Related: Chicago & North Western (Eastmar-Westrap)
Fourth Sub Westward (CF Yard-Trout Brook Jct-Minneapolis)
Northern Pacific/Minneapolis & St. Louis Joint Terminal, 1st Subdivision (WB/EB)
Milwaukee Road, Twin Cities Terminals
Fourth Sub Eastward

Fifth Sub (Owen-Duluth)
Sixth Sub Branches (Athens-Abbotsford, Rib Lake-Chelsea, Bessemer-Mellen)
Related: C&NW (Siemens-Lake St, Ironwood)
Sixth Sub Westward (Spencer-Ashland)
Sixth Sub Eastward
Special Instructions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Speed Restrictions 1, 2, 3

Company Surgeons and Watch Inspectors, Provisional Stops
Tonnage Ratings
Train Dispatchers
Back Cover (Speed Table)