The employee timetable contained vital information that an employee needed about the physical characteristics of the territory that he worked. Penn Central periodically issued a new timetable for each division, and here are some examples. Click on the links for a picture of the front cover of each timetable:
- Central Region No. 1, April 28, 1968
- Eastern Region No. 1, April 28, 1968
- Metropolitan Region No. 1, April 26, 1970
- New Haven Region No. 26, February 2, 1969
- New Haven Region No. 1, April 27, 1969
- New York Region No. 1, April 28, 1968
- Northern Region No. 1, April 28, 1968
- Western Region No. 3, April 27, 1968
- Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines No. 4, June 14, 1971
Note: The New Haven Region No. 26 was issued in the same large format as former New Haven employee timetables were. A couple of months later, it was revised into standard PC format, and a new timetable was issued--New Haven Region No. 1 of April 27, 1969.
Penn Central had "Railroading With Penn Central" books of self-training courses for conductors, firemen, and engineers. One set covered signals and what they mean. These books had three holes punched on the left side and fit into a plastic "Railroading With Penn Central" binder. For some reason, there was no Book One. PC also produced versions of the same books that were stapled, with no black binder tape or punched holes.
- Form 19: The all-powerful train order. Blank form scanned from a PC Pook of Rules.
- Form 19 (used): A filled-out Form 19. Contributed by Ed Portzline.
- T-235: Switch List card.
- Ore trains: A listing of ore train symbols used on Penn Central.
- C.T. 290 (cover): Electrical Operating Instructions
- C.T. 405 (cover): Special Instructions Governing Operation of Signals and Interlockings
- Car Movement Card: Specifying routing instructions for a freight car
- Division Maps - Operations (cover): Office of the Chief Engineer, Philadelphia, Pa, July 1971.
- Employee Guide to Alfred E. Perlman Yard in Selkirk, NY (cover).