Southern Pacific Railroad train symbol KCCIA and semaphore signals at Duran, NM

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Southern Pacific Railroad train symbol KCCIA and semaphore signals at Duran, NM

Southern Pacific Railroad train symbol KCCIA with engines 7661, 7858, 7855, 7644, 7515, and 7770 is splitting the semaphore signals near Duran, NM on February 25, 1988. The train had 92 loads, 22 empties at 10,061 tons. Despite the designation as a train of auto racks or auto parts, most of the train is general freight or empties for southern California. There were nine empties for El Paso, 12 loads and three empties for Tucson (most of these were for Phoenix), plus 74 loads and nine empties for the yard in West Colton. The train only has six auto racks and one empty for the City of Industry. Disk 58