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Longer westbound trains often take water here to avoid blocking the highway crossing at Cumbres. For the eastbound train, once the train goes around the horseshoe curve it will be following the Rio de Los Pinos closely for the next seven miles. About two miles east of Osier, the tracks separate from the river. The Rio de Los Pinos joins the Rio San Antonito near the state line five miles south of Antonito. Disk 36