Archived Maps and Charts

The drawings on this page are of track charts and junctions that can be found in the Temple Archives.  These are just a very small sampling of the track charts industry tracks and junction records in the Temple Archive.  To see the full size image, click on the thumbnail.

Additional track charts, CLIC books, maps, etc. can be found in the ATSF Documents – Track Charts, CLIC Books, Maps, etc. section of this website.

Track Charts.  These track charts are circa 1950-1951.  

Englewood, Colorado, on the Colorado Division’s Joint Line
Richmond, California, on the Valley Division
Rosenberg, Texas, on the Gulf Division
Sheffield, Missouri, on the Missouri Division.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Track chart of Chillicothe, Illinois, Yard.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Track Chart of South Shawnee, Oklahoma, Yard.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Track chart of Wellington, Kansas, Yard.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Track Chart of Fort Worth, Texas, Yard.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Track Chart of Bakersfield, California, Yard.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Track chart of Los Angeles, California, First Street Yard.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
   Ancona, Illinois on the Illinois Division. R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Track Chart of Belen, New Mexico, Yard.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Independence, Kansas, on the former Southern Kansas Division.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Tulsa, Oklahoma, Yard on the former Southern Kansas Division.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Junction Records.   The effective date of these is in the mid-1930s.

Dumas Junction (Amarillo, Texas).  This is the junction of the Dumas District to Boise City, Oklahoma, and the Plains Division main line.
Ancona Junction (Illinois) is where the Pekin District joins the Illinois Division main line.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ash Fork Junction (Arizona) is where the line to Phoenix departs the Albuquerque Division main line.
El Segundo Junction (California) is where the Harbor District joins the Redondo District.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Houston Junction (Texas) is where the GC&SF main joins the Houston Belt and Terminal Railway line to Houston Union Depot.  The GC&SF has trackage rights over HB&T.  Also shown are the crossing of the HB&T by four other railroads.
AT&SF Junction, also known as Santa Fe Junction, was a favorite location of raifans in the Kansas City area. The junction is where the Santa Fe from Argentine Yard meets the Kansas City Terminal to Union Station. Also in the vicinity are the Frisco and Burlington. R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dodge City Junction is where the Santa Fe branch for Boise City joins the main line and where the Rock Island branch from Bucklin, Kansas, interchanges with the Santa Fe. R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Ottawa Junction is where the line to Chanute diverges from the Eastern Division’s Second District main line.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Panhandle Division’s Kiowa District and the Oklahoma Division’s Enid District both diverge from the Panhandle Divisions First District main at Kiowa, Kansas.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ardmore Junction is where the Santa Fe’s main line between Purcell, Oklahoma, and Gainsville, Texas, met the Rock Island’s branch from Haileyville, Oklahoma, as well as the Santa Fe’s Ringling Branch from Ardmore to Ringling.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Redondo Junction is where the Santa Fe’s branch to Redondo splits from the Third District main between Los Angeles and Fullerton. R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Galveton is the junction of the Santa Fe’s Gulf Division’s First District with the Union Passenger Depot, the Galveston Wharf Company, the Galveston Terminal Company and the Galveston, Harrisburg & San Antonio (SP).  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kern Junction is where the Santa Fe’s Valley Division’s First District, the Sunset Railway and the Southern Pacific main on which the ATSF had trackage rights all meet.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

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Joint Facilities Records.  Joint Facilities records are in two forms.  There is a listing or an index which is covered in Santa Fe company documents and a line map.  The maps show the track layout and/or buildings in relation to Santa Fe tracks, the contract number, and and who is responsible for maintenance each part of the facility.  A small sample of these records is shown here.  To see the full size image, click on the thumbnail.

Joint Facilities Record Billing List Eastern Division Topeka, Kansas, MP & CRI&P corrected to December 31, 1969, p. 2.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Joint Facilities Record Voucher List Eastern Division Rushville, Missouri, CRi&P corrected to December 31, 1969, p. 6. R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joint Facilities Record line map for Avard, Oklahoma, corrected to June 1976. R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Joint Facilities Record line map for Altus, Oklahoma, corrected to June 1976. R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joint Facilities Record, line map New Mexico Division, Vaughn, corrected to June 1, 1976.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Joint Facilities Record, line map Ardmore, Oklahoma, corrected to June 1, 1976.   R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joint Facilities Record line map, Milano, Texas, corrected to June 1, 1975. R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Joint Facilities Record line map, Conroe, Texas, corrected to, June 1, 1975.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joint Facilties Record line map for Milano, Texas, corrected to June 1, 1975.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Joint Facilities Record line map for Woodward, Oklahoma, corrected to June 1976.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joint Facilities Record Voucher List, Eastern Division, Atchison, Kansas, CRI&P, MP, CB&Q, Union Depot Co. corrected to December 31, 1969, p. 2.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Joint Facilities Record Billing List, Eastern Division Topeka, Kansas, MP & CRI&P corrected to December 31, 1969, p. 15.   R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joint facilities Record Voucher List Eastern Division Chanute, Kansas, and MKT,. corrected to December 31, 1969, p. 25.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Joint facilities Record line map for Etter, Texas, corrected to June 1976.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joint Facilties Recird South Bay City, Texas, map, June 1, 1975.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Joint facilities Record Voucher List Eastern Division North Topeka Kansas, and CRi&P, corrected to December 31, 1969, p. 2.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Industry Tracks Records.  Industry track records are also in two  forms.  There is a listing which is covered in Santa Fe company documents (Western Lines) or an index (Eastern Lines and Gulf Lines) and there is a line map.  The Coast Lines listed the industry tracks as a table as a part of the Side Track Records.  The line map was an appendix to the contract governing the industry track.  The records were maintained by the division engineer and kept up to date.  The Eastern and Western Lines maintained the maps for each industry or spur.  The Gulf Lines maintained maps of all industries in an area.   The maps show the track layout in relation to Santa Fe tracks, often a footprint of the industry or industries, the contract number, and and who is responsible for maintenance each part of the track structure.  A small sample of these records is shown here.  The Eastern Division is featured.  Later other divisions will be featured.  To see the full size image, click on the thumbnail.

Industry Track Record Eastern Division.  Pioneer Hardware, James L. & Lora B. Cochran, Burlington, Kansas, Dec 31, 1969. This is a single spur serving three industries, a hardware warehouse, an elevator and a feed store.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Industry Track RecordEastern Division. Kansas SoyaProducts, Emporia, Kansas, Dec 31, 1969. Spur to a soybean processor that opened in 1947.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Industry Track Record Eastern Division.  Lehigh Portland Cement Co., Iola, Kansas, Dec 31, 1969. Complex trackage in a cement factory that was built in 1900 and ceased operation in 1970.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Industry Track RecordEastern Division. Stokely-Van Camp, Lawrence, Kansas, Dec 31, 1969.  Two spurs serving a cannery canning Van Camp Pork and Beans. The cannery started in 1900; Stokeley bought in 1949; it closed in the early 1980s. R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Industry Track RecordEastern Division. Select Products, Leavenworth, Kansas, Dec 31, 1969. Hallmark began operating in Leavenworth in 1947 manufacturing a full line of paper products.  This was the first Hallmark plant in Leavenworth and was served by a simple spur.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Industry Track Record Eastern Division. Delco-Remy Plant in Olathe, Kansas, Dec 31, 1969. The plant opened in 1956 making batteries as a subsidiary of General Motors.  The spur continues inside the plant building.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Industry Track Record Eastern Division. The Hill Packing Cmpany, Topeka, Kansas, Dec 31, 1969. Burton Hill founded Hill’s Packing Company in the spring of 1907 as Hill Rendering Works. Hill Rendering Works provided rendering services to Shawnee County, Kansas, and had a contract with the City of Topeka to dispose of dead and lame animals. Hill Rendering Works produced tallow hides, tankage, meat scraps and farm animal feed, including hogs and chicken feed. By the 1930s the name had changed to Hill Packing Company. At this time the company was producing farm animal feed, dog food, and horse meat exported for human consumption, processing 500 head of horses per week.  In 1948 Hill Packing Company began producing a specialty dog food. In 1968, the dog food line was made available through veterinarians and pet professionals as Hill’s Science Diet.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Industry Track Record, Electron corp., Blackwell Oklahoma, corrected to June 1, 1976. Electron is one of the largest producers of gray and ductile iron castings in the world. R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Industry Track Record, Burrus Mills, American Elevator, Heard Elevator,Trinity Portlnd Cement, Longhorn Engineering Co.Worth Grain Co. all at Saginaw, Texas, corrected to June 1, 1976.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Industry Track Record, Camp Hood, near Kileen, Texas, corrected to June 1, 1976. Camp Hood opened in 1942 because of a need to test tank destroyers. It became the largest military base in the United States.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exhibit A to Contract Industry Track Record map Everett Johnson Packing Shed, Vista, California, dated March 13, 1968.  Western Archives
Exhibit A to Contract Industry Track Record map City of Vista dated March 13, 1968.  Western Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Industry Track Record, Texas Coffin, Amarillo, Texas, corrected to June 1, 1976. The company manufactures coffins.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Industry Track Record, Texas Milling Co. and Continental Oil Co., Clifton, Texas,, corrected to June 1, 1976. Texas Milling Co. opened in 1935 and closed in 1975. It produced flour and animal feed. Continental Oil Co. was a bulk oil product dealer.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Industry Track Record, Dolese Bros. Co., Crusher, Oklahoma, corrected to June 1, 1976. Dolese is a producer of aggregates. R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Industry Track Record, Iowa Beef Processors, St. Francis, Texas, corrected to June 1, 1976. IBP is slaughter house producing dressed meats.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Industry Track Record Blish, Mize & Silliman Hardware Co. Atchison, Kansas, Dec 31, 1969.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
IndustryTrack Record Parity Mills, Textron, Inc. Oxford, Kansas, Dec 31, 1969.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Industry Track Record, American Desk Manufacturing co., Western Auto, Certain-teed Products Corp., Temple, Texas, corrected to June 1, 1976. Americn Desk Manufacturing Co. started in 1927 makes school desks and in 1961 became ArtcoBell. Certain-teed is a building material company.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.
Industry Track Record, Houston Power and Lighting Co. Smithers Lake, Texas, corrected to June 1, 1976. This is a coal-fired electric generating plant opened in 1957.  R.L. Crump/Priest Library, Temple Archives.