RAILROAD OPERATING INFORMATION

UNION PACIFIC

Altoona Subdivision

FORMERLY Chicago & North Western Railway (Chicago St. Paul Minneapolis & Omaha Railway)
CONSTRUCTED 1868-1871 by West Wisconsin Railway
DOUBLE TRACK constructed 1905-1913
ABS installed 1912-1913
SINGLE TRACKED 1962-1963
LAST PASSENGER TRAIN: Twin Cities 400/1963

Radio Frequency - 160.890 (AAR Channel 52)

Stations/Milepost Locations

Direction is westward from Altoona to St. Paul
Distance is from St. Paul

90.7 Altoona
88.0 Eau Claire
87.1 Yukon Jct.
82.6 Truax
82.2 Menards
76.5 Elk Mound
73.3 Ajax
68.7 Rusk
64.0 Menomonie Jct.
60.4 Tramway
55.4 Knapp
50.6 Wilson
47.1 Hersey
45.2 Johnson
44.1 Woodville
40.0 Baldwin
34.3 Hammond
29.9 Roberts
23.6 Sono Jct.
21.9 Northline
18.9 Hudson
18.6 Hudson Bridge
18.4 Lakeland Jct.
11.6 Lake Elmo
6.6 Hazel Park Jct.
5.2 Hazel Park
2.6 Seventh St.
1.8 East St. Paul
0.6 Westminster St.
0.0 St. Paul

1 track, Track Warrants in use with automatic block signals. Some double track segments, signaled for right hand operation.


CLASSIC TRACK DIAGRAMS

Track diagram as the line existed during 1950's, when it was double track.


LOST STATIONS

Known discontinued passenger railroad stations. Includes zoomable Google maps.

INTERLOCKING TOWERS

Past and present towers and interlockings.