I have started to scan all of my pictures and slides that have sat for the last 10 yesrs. I worked for ATSF in the late 70s. Most slides have dates on them but the pictures don't. I assume most are from the late 70s and early to mid 80s. The other areas center around current day operations on the Sedalia Sub of the Union Pacific. It includes LMR40 the Lee's Summit based road switcher which covers a lumber treating plant at CP 248 in Pleasant Hill to Independence MO using the former mainline to Lexington, MO which is now called the Pixley lead.. LSJ69 the KC/JCY WB local the does pickups and setouts at Lee's Summit yard located between MP258 and MP 260. Through trains on the sub and the MNA (Missouri and Northern Arkansas) local that makes a Monday through Friday round trip to Neff yard in kansas City. It comes off the Carthage sub at MP 249 at Pleasant Hill, MO.
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