Rule 33: Final Terminal Delay or Switching
RULE 33. FINAL TERMINAL DELAY OR SWITCHING. (a) For freight service, final terminal time shall be computed from the time the engine reaches designated arrival point and paid for the full delay at the end of the trip on the minute basis of 1/8th of daily rate per hour when no overtime accrues to time of release.
Rear brakeman will be allowed final terminal time computed from the time engine reaches designated arrival point until the time the conductor ties up. Head brakeman's final terminal time will be computed from the time engine reaches designated arrival point until engine is placed on designated receiving track; in the event his conductor ties up at a later time, the head brakeman will be allowed same time as the conductor.
(b) If on road overtime at the time engine reaches final designated arrival point, overtime will be continuous until the crew is finally released.
(d) Trains held out of yard at destination will report the time when first held up as the time of arrival at terminal point.
(e) Final terminal time will not be allowed on turnaround runs (main line or branches) except at starting point.
(f) Terminal time will not be paid on short unscheduled runs in addition to constructive mileage.
(g) Freight crews arriving Denver off Dent Subdivision will receive final terminal time from time first held up at Sand Creek Junction due to congestion in the Denver freight yard or by freight trains ahead, but not when held at Sand Creek Junction for passenger trains.
(h) Crews on Train No. 334 will be allowed final terminal time from time Train No. 334 stops to have freight cars removed from their train until released at Denver Union Station.
(i) Crews on westward freight trains that are held up at Rock Island Junction, Denver, M.P. 634.03 will receive final terminal time from the time first held up at Rock Island Junction, Denver M.P. 634.03 or west of that point.
Note: See Appendix "A" - Item 32(b).