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ATSF Railway piggyback train symbol 188 at Winslow, AZ

ATSF Railway piggyback train 188 at Winslow, AZ

Well, I'm a standin' on a corner in Winslow, Arizona
Such a fine train I see
Got some double stacks and lots'a piggybacks
Wonder what symbol it could be

The tracks reached Winslow on December 1, 1881. The town was established in 1882 and got its name from General Edward Francis Winslow, a former president of the St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad. Piggyback train 188 comes into Winslow for a crew change on May 21, 1989. The train had engines 7439, 7421, and 4008. Note the sheets of plywood that the Santa Fe engineering department added  behind the signals to make it easier for trainmen to see the signals when the sun was low on the horizon. Disk 68