. Electric railway journal . Utah Light & Railway—Main Street, Salt Lake City, with and without Center Poles Plate XVIII. Utah Light & Railway—Interior of New Car House in Salt Lake City, Showing Skylight Arrangement and Lines of Aisle Sprinklers Plate XIX
RM2CGTJTE. Electric railway journal . Utah Light & Railway—Main Street, Salt Lake City, with and without Center Poles Plate XVIII. Utah Light & Railway—Interior of New Car House in Salt Lake City, Showing Skylight Arrangement and Lines of Aisle Sprinklers Plate XIX
. Electric railway journal . onds.Franchises owned by the company provide for the operationof cars in Salt Lake City over 4 miles of track occupyingsome of the important streets of that city and around a blockadjoining the Federal Building, near the center of the businesssection of the city. Part of these tracks will be used jointlywith the Utah Light & Railway Company. The companyalso owns several pieces of property fronting on the streetstraversed by its tracks, which will be utilized as needed foran additional car shop and storage tracks and for freight andpassenger stations and other termi
RM2CGTN08. Electric railway journal . onds.Franchises owned by the company provide for the operationof cars in Salt Lake City over 4 miles of track occupyingsome of the important streets of that city and around a blockadjoining the Federal Building, near the center of the businesssection of the city. Part of these tracks will be used jointlywith the Utah Light & Railway Company. The companyalso owns several pieces of property fronting on the streetstraversed by its tracks, which will be utilized as needed foran additional car shop and storage tracks and for freight andpassenger stations and other termi
. Electric railway journal . NAL 7i POWER PLANT EXTENSION FOR THE UTAH LIGHT &RAILWAY COMPANY An instance of rapid power plant construction will befound in the extension to the Jordan steam station of theUtah Light & Railway Company at Salt Lake City, Utah,which was designed and constructed by Westinghouse,Church, Kerr & Company, constructing engineers, NewYork City. The original station was built in 1910 and con-sisted of an 8500-kw single-unit steam turbine station, de-signed to act as an adjunct to various hydroelectric plantsoperating in the vicinity and also to form the nucleus forsuch st
RM2CRJ7CD. Electric railway journal . NAL 7i POWER PLANT EXTENSION FOR THE UTAH LIGHT &RAILWAY COMPANY An instance of rapid power plant construction will befound in the extension to the Jordan steam station of theUtah Light & Railway Company at Salt Lake City, Utah,which was designed and constructed by Westinghouse,Church, Kerr & Company, constructing engineers, NewYork City. The original station was built in 1910 and con-sisted of an 8500-kw single-unit steam turbine station, de-signed to act as an adjunct to various hydroelectric plantsoperating in the vicinity and also to form the nucleus forsuch st
. Electric railway journal . rge of the transportation end ofthe system, which employs 350 trainmen. During his in-cumbency at Salt Lake the entire system, which includes 110miles of city and interurban track, was rebuilt. Before go-ing to Salt Lake Mr. Baker spent seven years with the Nor-folk Railway & Light Company, Norfolk, Va. Mr. John G. Williams has been appointed assistant super-intendent of railway service of the Utah Light & RailwayCompany, Salt Lake City, Utah, to fill the vacancy oc-casioned by the promotion of Mr. George W. Manning intothe superintendency. Mr. Williams began his s
RM2CGX1WW. Electric railway journal . rge of the transportation end ofthe system, which employs 350 trainmen. During his in-cumbency at Salt Lake the entire system, which includes 110miles of city and interurban track, was rebuilt. Before go-ing to Salt Lake Mr. Baker spent seven years with the Nor-folk Railway & Light Company, Norfolk, Va. Mr. John G. Williams has been appointed assistant super-intendent of railway service of the Utah Light & RailwayCompany, Salt Lake City, Utah, to fill the vacancy oc-casioned by the promotion of Mr. George W. Manning intothe superintendency. Mr. Williams began his s
. Electric railway journal . High-tension wiring, showing disconnect-ing switches and instrument transformers. Front view of switchboard, showing rheo-stats mounted above and at rear of panels. View of negative panel on the left andstarting panel on the right. UTAH SUBSTATION—THREE VIEWS OF INTERIOR SUBSTATION EQUIPMENT 1144 tiLUUTKIC RAILWAY JOURNAL [Vol. XLVIII, No. f6 arise on that section. As the Utah Power & Light Com-pany has a sectionalizing station about a mile north ofthe Bringhurst substation, this arrangement practicallyinsures the same continuity as a loop-line service. At the subs
RM2CR98B2. Electric railway journal . High-tension wiring, showing disconnect-ing switches and instrument transformers. Front view of switchboard, showing rheo-stats mounted above and at rear of panels. View of negative panel on the left andstarting panel on the right. UTAH SUBSTATION—THREE VIEWS OF INTERIOR SUBSTATION EQUIPMENT 1144 tiLUUTKIC RAILWAY JOURNAL [Vol. XLVIII, No. f6 arise on that section. As the Utah Power & Light Com-pany has a sectionalizing station about a mile north ofthe Bringhurst substation, this arrangement practicallyinsures the same continuity as a loop-line service. At the subs
. Electric railway journal . •1. Utah Light & Railway—Standard Roadbed in AsphaltPavement of the steel poles within the commercial district. A lead ringis poured around the tops of these bases to provide a tight con-nection. These cast-iron pole bases were required by the city.Outside of the business district the center-bracket poles arebeing replaced with wooden poles painted green. As the new tracks are laid throughout the city this pole re-construction is completed and the existing No. 2 and No. 4copper trolley wires heretofore used are replaced with No. 00round wire supported by 5-16-in.
RM2CGTPC9. Electric railway journal . •1. Utah Light & Railway—Standard Roadbed in AsphaltPavement of the steel poles within the commercial district. A lead ringis poured around the tops of these bases to provide a tight con-nection. These cast-iron pole bases were required by the city.Outside of the business district the center-bracket poles arebeing replaced with wooden poles painted green. As the new tracks are laid throughout the city this pole re-construction is completed and the existing No. 2 and No. 4copper trolley wires heretofore used are replaced with No. 00round wire supported by 5-16-in.
. Electric railway journal . TRACKS A simple but exceedingly effective track sign for yardservice has been installed in Salt Lake City recently atthe new shops and carhouses of the Utah Light & Rail-way Company. The sign is designed to facilitate the accu-rate approach ofcars to switchesof ladder tracksbranching fromthe main yardtrack to the vari-ous building sec-tions. It consistsof an invertedbox 0 f wood,about 3 ft. longx 6 in. wide x 8in. high, withopen bottom andtransparent frontcarrying thetrack number des-ignations. Thesign is supportedat the side of thetrack by a bracketed pole which r
RM2CPM7ND. Electric railway journal . TRACKS A simple but exceedingly effective track sign for yardservice has been installed in Salt Lake City recently atthe new shops and carhouses of the Utah Light & Rail-way Company. The sign is designed to facilitate the accu-rate approach ofcars to switchesof ladder tracksbranching fromthe main yardtrack to the vari-ous building sec-tions. It consistsof an invertedbox 0 f wood,about 3 ft. longx 6 in. wide x 8in. high, withopen bottom andtransparent frontcarrying thetrack number des-ignations. Thesign is supportedat the side of thetrack by a bracketed pole which r
. Electric railway journal . rac-tion equipment, service was started at the date men-tioned. The new line taps a great deal of territorywhich had not been served by the steam railroads, al-though this section is amply irrigated and suitable for angle-iron brackets support the messenger and trolleyand are so arranged that future double-track require-ments can be made by adding a bracket on the oppositeside of the pole. A No. 0000 trolley and No. 0000 feederare used. Energy is purchased under a fifty-year contract fromthe Utah Power & Light Company at 45,000 volts, sixtycycles and converted at t
RM2CH2704. Electric railway journal . rac-tion equipment, service was started at the date men-tioned. The new line taps a great deal of territorywhich had not been served by the steam railroads, al-though this section is amply irrigated and suitable for angle-iron brackets support the messenger and trolleyand are so arranged that future double-track require-ments can be made by adding a bracket on the oppositeside of the pole. A No. 0000 trolley and No. 0000 feederare used. Energy is purchased under a fifty-year contract fromthe Utah Power & Light Company at 45,000 volts, sixtycycles and converted at t
. Electric railway journal . Colorado Springs & Interurban—Exterior of Power Station Colorado Springs & Interurban—Interior of Power Station Plate XVI. Utah Light & Railway—Yards of New Car House New Electric Road in Ogden Canyon October 2, 1909 ] ELECTRIC RAILWAY JOURNAL. 515 The boiler-house is equipped with a continuous conveyorfor coal and ash handling. Whenever mine-run coal is ob-tained it is crushed to the size of slack so that uniform firingconditions are secured. The boiler equipment is made up offour 300-hp and two 400-hp B. & W. type boilers. Oneof the 400-hp boilers has an extensio
RM2CGTR5M. Electric railway journal . Colorado Springs & Interurban—Exterior of Power Station Colorado Springs & Interurban—Interior of Power Station Plate XVI. Utah Light & Railway—Yards of New Car House New Electric Road in Ogden Canyon October 2, 1909 ] ELECTRIC RAILWAY JOURNAL. 515 The boiler-house is equipped with a continuous conveyorfor coal and ash handling. Whenever mine-run coal is ob-tained it is crushed to the size of slack so that uniform firingconditions are secured. The boiler equipment is made up offour 300-hp and two 400-hp B. & W. type boilers. Oneof the 400-hp boilers has an extensio
. Electric railway journal . p; Ohio River Railroad Dayton & Troy Electric Railway Toledo, Fostoria & Findlay Railway Northern Ohio Traction & Light Co. Cleveland, Southwestern & Columbus Railway Toledo & Western Railroad Co. Salt Lake & Utah Railway Stark Electric Railroad Co. Ft. Wayne & Northern Indiana Traction Co.Indiana Union Traction Co. Chicago, South Bend & Northern Indiana Traction Co. Des Moines Interurban Railway East St. Louis & Suburban Railway Cedar Rapids & Iowa City Railway & Light Co. Kentucky Traction & Terminal Co. Winona Interurban Railway Lake Shore Electric Railway Ohio
RM2CGTNXG. Electric railway journal . p; Ohio River Railroad Dayton & Troy Electric Railway Toledo, Fostoria & Findlay Railway Northern Ohio Traction & Light Co. Cleveland, Southwestern & Columbus Railway Toledo & Western Railroad Co. Salt Lake & Utah Railway Stark Electric Railroad Co. Ft. Wayne & Northern Indiana Traction Co.Indiana Union Traction Co. Chicago, South Bend & Northern Indiana Traction Co. Des Moines Interurban Railway East St. Louis & Suburban Railway Cedar Rapids & Iowa City Railway & Light Co. Kentucky Traction & Terminal Co. Winona Interurban Railway Lake Shore Electric Railway Ohio
. Journal of electricity . iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiDiMimiiiiiiii TYPEWRITERS were invented by Sholesin 1878. If you want to exchange yourfountain pen for one, THE SEARCHLIGHT SECTIONIS AT YOUR SERVICE 390 JOURNAL OF ELECTRICITY [Vol. 45—No. 8 Meeting Notices for Electrical Men (That the electrical men of Portland are approaching the ideal of cooperation is shown in thereport of a recent A. I. E. E. and N. E. L. A. meeting Tvhich appears on the following pages.The new officers of the Colorado Electric Light, Power and Railway Association, an account ofengineers activities in Utah, the launching of a co
RM2CJ42DX. Journal of electricity . iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiDiMimiiiiiiii TYPEWRITERS were invented by Sholesin 1878. If you want to exchange yourfountain pen for one, THE SEARCHLIGHT SECTIONIS AT YOUR SERVICE 390 JOURNAL OF ELECTRICITY [Vol. 45—No. 8 Meeting Notices for Electrical Men (That the electrical men of Portland are approaching the ideal of cooperation is shown in thereport of a recent A. I. E. E. and N. E. L. A. meeting Tvhich appears on the following pages.The new officers of the Colorado Electric Light, Power and Railway Association, an account ofengineers activities in Utah, the launching of a co