After seeing what Bill was using for a call board on his Southern Pacific Cascade Line, I realized what a good fit a magnet board was for operations here also. So I stole his idea and tweaked things a bit to conform how operations are handled on this end (Thanks Bill!). Hopefully this also makes life easier for the Crew Dispatcher. There are six columns configured in an attempt to help crews get a general overview of their next job. Typically trains are run by just an Engineer, but adding an option for a Conductor allows for unfamiliar operators to mark up with an engineer on mainline trains, and also for operators that like working as a two man crew for switch jobs. Train ID and lead Engine number columns help crews find their paperwork and consist at the corresponding yard office. The call-out Time is to work with the recently installed clocks on the wall (which are also for coordinating Work and Time with the dispatcher). I have incorporated the latter to spread out the sudden start-up of operations at the beginning of sessions (which has been neglected for so long). The departing station refers to the specific yard office where the orders and throttle are to be picked up by crew members.