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Most of the following train symbols originated at San Antonio, Strang, Sea-Land at Long Beach, or were received from the Seaboard or Southern at either Memphis or New Orleans.
SADAQ began in mid 1987 and handled TOFC for Dallas from the LAMFF.
SADAM began as the SAENY. It handled traffic for North Texas. It became the SADAM in 1994.
SAEUE began as the MUGSA (Empty Eugene from San Antonio) and became the SAEUE in 1974. It handled empties for Eugene and beyond.
SAWCY began March 6, 1980 and handled traffic for West Colton and beyond. It operated until early 1985.
|SAWCY||San Antonio||1000P||West Colton||100A||80-83|
SBHOY began as the LHO (L&N Houston Run Thru) and became the LNHOY in 1974. It handled traffic for Houston and beyond. It became the SBHOY in early 1983 and was deleted in 1985.
SBPBM began as the LCB (L&N Cotton Belt Run Thru) and became the LNPBY in 1974. It handled traffic from Nashville on the exL&N for Pine Bluff and beyond. It became MFPBM1 in October 1985 and became SBPBM in 1987.
SELAY began as the PTLAY handling traffic from Seattle via the BN destined Bakersfield, Los Angeles, Long Beach, and other points in Southern California. PTLAY operated via West Colton and SELAY operated via Soledad Canyon. It was deleted in 1984.
SFEUY began as the MUGBS (Empty Eugene Bayshore) and became the SFEUY in 1974. It handled empties for East Pleasanton, set out at Davis, empties for Portland and traffic for Eugene, Corvallis, and Lebanon.
SJWCY began as the CLM (Coast Line Manifest) operating to Tucson and was later combined with the BAMSL (Bay Area Memphis St. Louis). It became the SFWCY in 1974 and operated over Altamont to connect with trains EUASY, EUHOY, and FRWCY at Fresno. SJWCY operated through Oakland and the Valley and handled traffic for reclassification at West Colton. It was deleted May 20, 1983.
|BAMSL||San Jose||430A||Pine Bluff||1130P||3||73|
|SJWCY||San Jose||230P||West Colton||800P||1||80-82|
SKROM was a new symbol along with D&RGW symbol 190 which began in January 1990 originating at Sparks, NV.
SLROT began as train SLDVT (D&RGW train 121) from a connection with SOO Line train 224 at Kansas City. It became the SLROT in September 1990.
SOHOM began as the SHO (Southern Houston Run Thru) and handled traffic from Birmingham on Southern Rwy train 193 for Lafayette and reclassification at Houston. It became the NOHOM2 in October 1985 and the SOHOM in 1987.
SOPBM began as the SCB (Southern Cotton Belt Run Thru) and became the SOPBY in 1974. In 1982, it handled traffic from Chattanooga on Southern Rwy train 163 for reclassification at Pine Bluff. It became the MFPBM3 in October 1985 and operated as required on no set schedule. It became the SOPBM in early 1987.
SRASM1 began as the SRCRY in 1982 and handled traffic for interchange with Conrail train SLPI for Conway Yard (Pittsburgh, PA) and beyond. In 1985, it handled traffic for Pine Bluff, Southern Rwy at Memphis, East St. Louis, and Conway Yard on Conrail. It became the SRASM1 in February 1986 and operated as needed. It was deleted in mid 1987.
|SRCRY||Strang||900A||E St Louis||300A||2||82-85|
|SRASM1||Strang||900A||E St Louis||500P||1||87|
SRASM began as No 144 and became the SRASK in 1974. In 1982, the SRASY handled traffic for Memphis, East St. Louis and also handled traffic for Conrail when SRCRY did not operate. In 1985, it handled traffic for Tenaha, Pine Bluff, and East St. Louis loads. In October 1985, it became the SRASM2 and in mid1987, the number was dropped from the symbol. It became SRASQ in March 1993 and was generally combined with the DYASQ at Pine Bluff.
|SRASK||Strang||400P||E St Louis||300P||2||74|
|SRASY||Strang||400P||E St Louis||300P||2||77|
|SRASY||Strang||900A||E St Louis||500A||2||81-85|
|SRASM||Strang||900A||E St Louis||450P||1||87|
|SRASM||Strang||1145A||E St Louis||645P||1||93|
|SRASM||Strang||1000A||E St Louis||830P||1||95|
SRLAT handled TOFC, autos, and loads for El Paso, Tucson, Phoenix, West Colton, City of Industry, Los Angeles, and the Bay Area. The schedule was deleted May 20, 1983 but the symbol continued to be used until December 1985.
SRPBY began in 1982 picked up at Houston and handled traffic for Pine Bluff and beyond. It was deleted May 20, 1983.
SXHOT began in August 1987 and handled Sea-Land containers for Dallas and Houston.
|SXHOT||Long Beach||Thr 700P||Houston||Sun 500A||87|
SXNOT began April 10, 1986 and handled Sea-Land containers for Dallas, Houston, and Seaboard System train 102.
|SXNOT||Long Beach||Thr 700P||New Orleans||Sun 1000P||86|
|SXNOT||Long Beach||Thr 700P||New Orleans||Sun 605P||3/87|
|SXNOT||Long Beach||Mon 500A||New Orleans||Thr 600A||7/87|
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