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Most of the following train symbols originated at Los Angeles or Long Beach, CA.

LABAF began as train SF (San Francisco Manifest) and became the LAOAF in 1974. It operated Tuesday thru Friday and handled TOFC for the Bay Area. The symbol was changed to LABAF in October 1984. It operated via the Coast Div until October 1987, then operated via the Valley until early 1989. It went back to the Coast Div for a couple months while an extensive rail replacement program was conducted in the Tehachapi Mountains and then came back to the Valley in April 1989. In 1993 it was back on the Coast.

SF Indio 300A  San Francisco 100A  1 71-73
LAOAF Los Angeles 400A  Oakland 1130P    74
LAOAF Los Angeles 600A  Oakland 100A  1 77
LABAT Los Angeles 200A  Oakland 300P    82-83
LABAF Los Angeles 200A  Oakland 300P    85
LABAF Los Angeles 200A  Oakland 300P    85-3/87
LABAF Los Angeles 800A  Oakland 1030P    7/87
LABAF Los Angeles 900A  Oakland 1030P    93

LABRF began as the Advanced Starpacer No 365 to Roseville and No 366 to Portland. From 1971 thru 1977 it operated from Los Angeles on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. From 1979 thru 1982 it operated from Los Angeles on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday and handled TOFC, autos, and manifest traffic for Eugene, Portland, and the BN, with a Roseville TOFC block on the head end. From 1985, it has operated daily and often runs in multiple sections.In 1993 it operated from Los Angeles Tuesday through Saturday. In 1994 the Saturday and Sunday trains operated through West Colton with four hours added to the schedule.

365-366 Los Angeles 745P  Portland 145A  2 66
365-366 Los Angeles 945P  Portland 300A  2 71-73
LABRF Los Angeles 945P  Portland 300A  2 74
LABRF Los Angeles 1130P  Portland 600A  2 77-79
LABRF Los Angeles 1159P  Portland 630A  2 82-83
LABRF Los Angeles 1159P  Portland 730A  2 85
LABRF Los Angeles 1201A  Portland 615A  1 87
LABRF Los Angeles 1220A  Portland 615A  1 93
LABRF Los Angeles 1245A  Portland 835A  1 94-95

LABRT began as the Starpacer No 375 to Roseville and No 376 to Portland, operated Tuesday thru Saturday and handled TOFC and autos for Bakersfield, Fresno, Roseville, Portland and the BN. In 1979, it operated from Los Angeles on an earlier schedule on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday and slightly later schedule on Friday and Saturday. It was deleted when the LABRF began operating daily, but was reinstated in December 1987.

375-376 Los Angeles 1130P  Portland 630A  2 66
375-376 Los Angeles 930P  Portland 300A  2 71-73
LABRT Los Angeles 1201A  Portland 630A  2 74-77
LABRT Los Angeles Tu-W-Th 1201A  Portland 1159A  1 79
LABRT Los Angeles Fr & Sa 230A  Portland 230P  1 79
LABRT Los Angeles 230A  Portland 100P  1 82-83
LABRT Los Angeles 1201A  Portland 630A  1 87

LACHH originated in Pine Bluff and handled traffic for ICG connection to Chicago.

LACHH Pine Bluff 1000P  E St Louis 1000A  1 77

LACHT began on July 10, 1984 to handle TOFC for Kansas City and East St. Louis not handled on the LACHF. It would pick up TOFC from Valla at City of Industry, priority traffic at West Colton and TOFC, autos, and perishables at Yuma.

LACHT Los Angeles 1030P  Kansas City 1201A  3 85
LACHT Los Angeles 1000A  Kansas City 1201A  3 87

LACIA handled North Texas autos for connection with the LXNTA.

LACIA Los Angeles 600A  City of Industry 730A  87

Southern Pacific train symbol LADAF leaving Ennis, TX
Southern Pacific train symbol LADAF leaving Ennis, TX

LADAF began as the LADAT in 1978. In 1982, it handled TOFC and autos for Dallas and Fort Worth. It became train LADAF on July 10, 1984. On light traffic days from 1986 through 1994, it was often combined with the LAHOF and/or LAMFF as far as San Antonio.

LADAT Los Angeles 530A  Dallas 900A  2 78-83
LADAF Los Angeles 500A  Dallas 700A  2 85-87
LADAF Los Angeles 700A  Dallas 900A  2 93
LADAF Los Angeles 1030P  Dallas 430A  3 94

Southern Pacific train symbol LAEST at Corsicana, TX
Southern Pacific train symbol LAEST near Feodora, TX

LAEST began as the MSE (Merchandise Special East) and became the LAEST in 1974. Kansas City traffic connected with train EPRIT at El Paso. In 1982, it handled TOFC and autos for connections at East St. Louis and could have a North Texas block for set out at Corsicana. In 1983 the route was changed to Tucumcari. In 1987, it handled manifest traffic for East St. Louis and Conrail. In 1989 it often originated at Kansas City with traffic from the LACHF and LACHT.

MSE Los Angeles 700A  E St Louis 500A  3 71-73
LAEST Los Angeles 700A  E St Louis 500A  3 74
LAEST Los Angeles 530A  E St Louis 500A  3 77
LAEST Los Angeles 230A  E St Louis 700A  3 82
LAEST Los Angeles 1000A  E St Louis 230A  4 83
LAEST Los Angeles 1000A  E St Louis 800P  3 85
LAEST Los Angeles 1000A  E St Louis 810P  3 87

LAEUE handled Eugene empties and operated until late 1984 as needed.

LAEUE Los Angeles 400A  Eugene 535A  2 79

LAEUY began as train NCP and became the LA-NCP (Los Angeles North Coast Perishable) when the Palmdale Colton Cutoff opened in 1967. The LA-NCP combined with the IV-NCP at Roseville to form the NCP. It handled traffic other than TOFC and autos for Eugene and beyond. It could fill with BN freight traffic for Klamath Falls and Eugene empties on the rear end. At Eugene, connecting traffic for Portland was handled by the EUPTY.

NCP Los Angeles 800A  Portland 1130A  2 66
LA-NCP Los Angeles 800A  Portland 1130A  2 71-73
LAEUY Los Angeles 400P  Eugene 330P  2 74
LAEUY Los Angeles 500P  Eugene 700P  2 80

LAGPA began July 22, 1985 handling auto racks of Toyotas to Galena Park and operated as needed during 1985.

Southern Pacific train symbol LAHOT at Rosenburg, TX
Southern Pacific train symbol LAHOT at Rosenberg, TX

LAHOF began as train LAHOT. In 1982, LAHOT handled TOFC, autos, and manifest freight traffic for Tucson, San Antonio, and East Texas. It became the LAHOF on July 10, 1984 and handled TOFC for Houston and Strang. It would pick up TOFC from Valla at City of Industry, manifest traffic at West Colton and TOFC, autos, and perishables at Yuma for the same destinations. From 1985 thru 1987, it handled Houston TOFC and autos and Strang TOFC. In 1994 it operated daily except Monday and handled TOFC and double stack traffic for Tucson, El Paso (connecting train EPKCT), San Antonio, Houston, and New Orleans. On Sunday the train left Los Angeles at 1030PM.

LAHOT Los Angeles 530A  Houston 730A  2 77
LAHOT Los Angeles 630A  Houston 1030A  2 82
LAHOT Los Angeles 700A  Houston 1030A  2 83
LAHOF Los Angeles 500A  Houston 600A  2 85
LAHOF Los Angeles 500A  Houston 630A  2 87
LAHOF Los Angeles 700A  Houston 130P  2 94

LAHOT began July 10, 1984 to handle Houston TOFC and autos and Strang TOFC not handled on LAHOF. It could pick up additional traffic at City of Industry and El Paso. It was suspended in March 1987.

LAHOT Los Angeles 630P  Houston 730A  3 85

LAHOY handled freight loads and empties for San Antonio and East Texas and could have blocks for Tucson and El Paso on the rear end. It was deleted in early 1983.

LAHOY Los Angeles 900A  Houston 730A  4 82

LAKCP began as the Colton Perishable Blocks and became the WCESP in 1974. During the 1960's and early 70's all perishable block train symbols that used a single letter designation were followed by a number that indicated the number of trains originated since the beginning of the year. For example: the following perishable trains were observed at Tucson during the end of March 1968: M73 (from Mexico), A83 (from Phoenix), and Y168 (from Yuma). During the mid-70's all perishable trains thru El Paso (WCESP, YUESP, PXESP and NGESP from Mexico via Nogales, AZ) were scheduled to arrive in El Paso at 845PM so that they could be reclassified. Most of the perishable traffic left at 1245AM to connect with Rock Island train 94 at Tucumcari. The remainder would either continue in a solid perishable train leaving at 145AM or be added to other eastbound trains for that destination. In 1982, the WCKCP from Los Angeles handled perishable and manifest traffic for El Paso and east, primarily Kansas City and beyond. At El Paso it set out traffic for Texas points, Avondale Yard, Memphis, and East St. Louis. It picked up perishables at Yuma, Tucson, and El Paso for Dalhart, Kansas City, and BN connection to Chicago.

C Colton 1000P  E St Louis 800P  3 71-73
WCESP West Colton 1000P  E St Louis 800P  4 74-77
LAKCP Los Angeles 1201P  Kansas City 445A  3 82-83

LALXT in 1987 handled traffic from the CZLAT and PTLAT.

LALXT Los Angeles 1201P  Long Beach 200P  87

LAMFF began as train LAMFT and in 1982 handled TOFC and autos for Memphis, Pine Bluff, El Paso, and Phoenix. It could have a block for Dallas and Fort Worth on the rear end for set out at Corsicana. It became the LAMFF on July 10, 1984 and handled priority TOFC and autos for Phoenix, Tucson, El Paso, San Antonio, Avondale Yard, Houston, North Texas, Pine Bluff, and Memphis. In 1994 the LAMFF was generally split off from the LADAF at San Antonio.

LAMFT Los Angeles 500A  Memphis 600A  3 82-83
LAMFF Los Angeles 500A  Memphis 500A  3 85-87
LAMFF Los Angeles 900P  Memphis 430A  4 93
LAMFF Los Angeles 1130P  Memphis 1159P  3 94
LAMFF Los Angeles 1030P  Memphis 300A  4 95

LAMFT began July 10, 1984 to handle TOFC for Pine Bluff and Memphis not handled by the LAMFF. It would pick up TOFC from Valla at City of Industry, manifest traffic at West Colton and TOFC, autos, and perishables at Yuma for the same destinations. From April to October 1985 the LAMFT symbol was LASOT. In 1987, it handled Yuma, Phoenix, San Antonio, Texarkana, Pine Bluff, and Memphis TOFC.

LASOT Los Angeles 630A  Memphis 800P  3 85
LAMFT Los Angeles 700P  Memphis 900P  4 87

LANOT began as the LAAVT. In 1982, it handled TOFC and autos for Lake Charles and connections at New Orleans, set out El Centro TOFC at Niland, and picked up at San Antonio and Houston. On July 10, 1984 it changed to handle TOFC for Lake Charles and Avondale Yard. It would pick up TOFC from Valla at City of Industry, manifest traffic at West Colton and TOFC, autos, and perishables at Yuma. Train LAAVT became the LANOT in October 1985. The last train appears to have run in February 1987. It was essentially replaced by the LXNOT.

LAAVT Los Angeles 800P  Avondale Yard 600A  4 82
LAAVT Los Angeles 300P  Avondale Yard 740A  4 85
LANOT Los Angeles 200P  Avondale Yard 655A  4 87

LANTA began as the LADAT on July 10, 1984. It handled TOFC and autos for North Texas, San Antonio, El Paso, and Phoenix. It became the LANTA around May 1985 handling auto racks of Mazdas and Hondas to a new unloading facility at Midlothian, TX. In 1987 it also handled Pine Bluff, Houston, New Orleans, San Antonio, and Memphis priority freight traffic for set out at San Antonio.

LADAT Los Angeles600A  Dallas 500A  3 85
LANTALos Angeles 1015A  Ennis500P  3 87

LAOAT began as No 373-CMW (Coast Merchandise West) and became the LAOAT in 1974. It operated Monday thru Friday and handled TOFC for the Bay Area. For a time in 1984, it operated as a second section of LABAF. It then became train LABAT and handled Bay Area TOFC. It became the LAOAT again in October 1985 operating as needed via Soledad Canyon. It was deleted at the end of 1987. It began again in 1995 operating via West Colton.

373-CMW Los Angeles 705P  Oakland 740A  1 71-73
LAOAT Los Angeles 705P  Oakland 740A  1 74
LAOAT Los Angeles 300P  Oakland 900A  1 83
LABAT Los Angeles 1100A  Oakland 330A  1 84-85
LAOAT Los Angeles 200P  Oakland 915A  1 95

LAPCX began on May 18, 1991. In 1993 it operated Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. In 1994 it operated Sunday through Friday and handled TOFC, primarilly May Trucking, for Portland. LAPCX2 operated on Saturday.

LAPCX Los Angeles Mon,Wed 800P  Portland Wed,Fri 400A    93
LAPCX Los Angeles Sat 1030A  Portland Sun 630P    93
LAPCX Los Angeles 800P  Portland 400A  2 94-95
LAPCX2 Los Angeles Sat 1030A  Portland Sun 630P    94

LAPTT began as train LAPTF on September 29, 1982. It handled TOFC, autos, and manifest traffic for Bakersfield, Fresno, Roseville, Eugene, Portland, and BN interchange. It operated via West Colton. It was deleted May 20, 1983 and began again as train LAPTT in 1984 operating via Soledad Canyon.

LAPTF Los Angeles 1130A  Portland 300A  2 82
LAPTT Los Angeles 1000A  Portland 1215A  2 84

LAPXM began as the PXM (Phoenix Manifest) and became the LAPXT in 1974. In 1982, the LAPXY handled traffic for Indio, Imperial Valley, Yuma, and Phoenix. WCPXY became the WCPXM in October 1985, later became the LAPXF, and then the LAPXM in 1994.

PXM Los Angeles 930A  Phoenix 200A  1 71-73
LAPXT Los Angeles 930A  Phoenix 200A  1 74
LAPXT Los Angeles 730A  Phoenix 200A  1 77
LAPXY Los Angeles 100P  Phoenix 1030P  1 81-82
WCPXY West Colton 100A  Phoenix 1030P    83-84
WCPXY West Colton 700A  Phoenix 1159P    85
LAPXF Los Angeles 445A  Phoenix 800P    93
LAPXM Los Angeles 445A  Phoenix 200A  1 95

LAPXF began as the CIPXX on February 20, 1985 handling TOFC. It operated Sunday thru Thursday. A little later it becmae the LAPXQ, then the LAPXF operating Sunday through Friday.

CIPXX City of Industry 500P  Phoenix 500A  1 85
LAPXQ Los Angeles 530P  Phoenix 500A  1 86
LAPXQ1 Los Angeles 430A  Phoenix 400P    87
LAPXQ2 Los Angeles 545P  Phoenix 515A  1 87
LAPXF Los Angeles 445A  Phoenix 800P    94

LARVF operated Tuesday through Friday and handled TOFC for Fresno and Roseville.

LARVF Los Angeles 130A  Roseville 230P  93-94

LARVY began as the LA-VXW (Los Angeles Valley Extra West) and became train LARVY in 1974.

LA-VXW Los Angeles 100P  Roseville 330P  1 71-73
LARVY Los Angeles 500P  Roseville 500P  1 74

LASAA in 1982 handled autos for the UP (exMP) at El Paso, Kansas City, San Antonio, Houston, connections at Avondale Yard, Memphis, and East St. Louis. At El Paso, it set out autos for Kansas City and picked up TOFC, autos, and perishables for San Antonio and beyond. At San Antonio, the train was split up and the traffic added to the LAAVT, LAHOT, and LAEST. It operated until September 1984 and was often terminated at El Paso.

LASAA Los Angeles 1000P  San Antonio 1230P  2 82

LAWJY began as the GGM (Golden Gate Manifest) and became train LAWJY in 1974. It handled freight traffic (primarily reefer empties) for the Coast Route short of San Jose. It picked up and set out at Oxnard, Guadalupe, San Luis Obispo, and Salinas. The schedule was deleted May 20, 1983 but the symbol continued to be used until July 1984.

GGM Los Angeles 845P  Watsonville Jct 400P  1 71-73
LAWJY Los Angeles 900P  Watsonville Jct 500P  1 74
LAWJZ Los Angeles 1000P  Watsonville Jct 100P  1 77
LAWJY Los Angeles 1201A  Watsonville Jct 1000P    82

LFASM began as the BE-CB (Beaumont - Cotton Belt) and became the BEASY in 1974. From 1982 thru 1985 it handled traffic for Pine Bluff, East St. Louis, and loads for Conrail freight train ASPI for Conway Yard in Pittsburgh, PA. BEASY became the BTASM in 1985 and then became the LFASM in September 1986.

BE-CB Beaumont 100P  Pine Bluff 700A  1 73
BEASY Beaumont 100P  E St Louis 1130P  1 74-77
BEASY Beaumont 300A  E St Louis 600P  1 82-85
LFASM Lafayette 1000P  E St Louis 400P  2 87

LFASY was scheduled to operate daily except Monday and handled freight traffic for Pine Bluff and East St. Louis and could have a block for Lake Charles. It was suspended in 1984.

LFASY Lafayette 1000A  E St Louis 600P  2 80-82

LBAVT began as the VAAVT and handled APL containers for Houston and to New Orleans for Southern Rwy train 222 to Atlanta. The trains increased in days of operation and by 1991 were operating from Long Beach Tuesday through Sunday. The AXAVT became the LBAVT in late 1991. LBAVT handled double stack and TOFC for New Orleans and connection with Norfolk Southern.

VAAVT Valla 200A  Avondale Yard 830A  3 85
AXAVT1 Long Beach Wed 1100A  Avondale Sat 110P    86
AXAVT2 Long Beach Sat 500A  Avondale Tue 410A    86
AXAVT2 Long Beach Sun 500A  Avondale Tue 1159P    87
AXAVT5 Long Beach Wed 500A  Avondale Fri 1159P    87
AXAVT7 Long Beach Fri 500A  Avondale Sun 1159P    87
AXAVT Long Beach exMon 600A  Avondale exWed 220A    91
LBAVT Long Beach TuWe 700A  Avondale ThFr 320A    93
LBAVT Long Beach Sat 1000P  Avondale Tue 320P    93
LBAVT Long Beach ThFrSa 100A  Avondale SaSuMo 1020P    93
LBAVT1 Long Beach ThFrSa 100A  Shrewsbury SuMoTu 240A    94
LBAVT2 Long Beach TuWe 700A  Shrewsbury FrSa 640A    94
LBAVT3 Long Beach Sun 1000P  Shrewsbury Wed 640P    94
LBAVT4 Long Beach TuWe 1000A  Shrewsbury FrSa 640A    94

LBCHT began as the SXCHT in November 30, 1984 handling Sea-Land containers to Chicago via BN train 58. In December 1985, the trains were transferred to the AT&SF and then came back to the SP in July 1987. The SXCHT became the LBCHT in late 1991. In 1994 LBCHT operated into Clearing Yard and handled Hanjin containers for Western Avenue, NYK containers for Forest Hill, and other double stacks for CSX, Conrail, and GTW.

SXCHT Valla 200A  Kansas City 800A  2 85
SXCHT1 Long Beach Tue 600A  Kansas City Thr 430P    87
SXCHT2 Long Beach Wed 600P  Kansas City Sat 330A    87
LBCHT Long Beach exSun 1000P  Chicago exWed 100A    93
LBCHT Long Beach 1000P  Chicago 100A  4 94
LBCHT Long Beach 930P  Chicago 1130P  3 95

LBCRX was the combination of three trains. MXCHT handled Mitsui OSK Line containers for connection with SOO train 802 to Chicago. The NXCHT handled NYK containers. RXCHT began July 17, 1986 and handled Evergreen Marine Corp containers for Chicago via BN train 56. The MXCHT, NXCHT and RXCHT became the LBCRX in late 1991. The LBCRX operated into Clearing Yard and handled primarilly NYK containers for Chicago, CSX Baltimore, Conrail Croxton and Little River, plus TOFC for Forest Hill.

MXCHT Long Beach Sun 1000P  Kansas City Wed 1030A  87
RXCHT Long Beach Tu,We 600P  Kansas City Th,Fr 1125P  87
NXCHT Long Beach Sun 400P  Chicago Wed 200P  91
LBCRX Long Beach SaSuMo 700A  Chicago TuWeTh 500A  93
LBCRX1 Long Beach SaSuMo 700A  Chicago TuWeTh 900A  94
LBCRX2 Long Beach Sa 800P  Chicago Tu 830P  94

LBDAT began as the AXDAT operated daily handling primarilly APL containers for Dallas. The AXDAT became the LBDAT in late 1991.

LBDAT Long Beach 100A  Dallas 530A  2 91
LBDAF Long Beach Mo-We 100A  Dallas We-Fr 900A    93
LBDAF Long Beach ThSa 700A  Dallas SaMo 300P    93
LBDAF Long Beach Fri 1000A  Dallas Sun 600P    93
LBDAT1 Long Beach Sun-Wed 100A  Dallas Tue-Fri 530A    94
LBDAT2 Long Beach ThrSat 700A  Dallas SatMon 1130A    94
LBDAT3 Long Beach Fri 1000A  Dallas Sun 230P    94

SP train symbol NXEST at Vaughn, NM
SP train symbol NXEST at Pastura, NM

LBEST was the combination of two trains. MXEST began December 3, 1985 handling Mitsui OSK Line containers destined for Chicago and Columbus, Ohio. From East St Louis the containers were handled by Conrail train TV600. The NXEST began in the summer of 1985 handling NYK Line containers destined for Chicago via SOO (exMILW) train 804 from Kansas City and for Cincinnati via CSX train 240 from St Louis. The MXEST and NXEST became the LBEST in late 1991. LBEST operated as required in 1993 and on Monday in 1994. It handled double stacks and TOFC for Kansas City and East St. Louis. Kansas City traffic was set out at Herington for train HNKCT.

MXEST Long Beach Tue 1201P  E St Louis Fri 1201A  2/87
MXEST Long Beach Mon 1201P  E St Louis Thr 1215A  7/87
NXEST Long Beach Fri 600P  E St Louis Mon 600A  87
LBEST Long Beach 400P  E.St. Louis 250P  93-94

LBHOT began as train AXHOT operating Monday through Saturday. It handled primarilly APL containers. The AXHOT became the LBHOT in late 1991. LBHOT operated daily.

AXHOT Long Beach exSun 1000A  Houston exTue 500P    91
LBHOT Long Beach 100P  Houston 830P  2 93-95

LBMFT was the combination of two trains. The AXMFT began in December 1987 handling primarilly APL containers. Traffic could be combined with the LAMFF or run as either train AXMFT2 or AXMFT5 depending on the day of departure. The MXMFT began on March 26, 1989 handling Mitsui OSK Line containers for Atlanta via CSX. The AXMFT and MXMFT became the LBMFT in late 1991. LBMFT handled double stacks and TOFC for El Paso (some destined for Mexico), San Antonio, and Memphis, plus autos for Midlothian (set out at Corsicana) Houston and New Orleans (set out at San Antonio for the LAHOF).

MXMFT Long Beach Sun 200A  Memphis Wed 500A    89
AXMFT Long Beach exSun 300A  Memphis exTue 1100P    91
LBMFT Long Beach 400A  Memphis 500A  3 93-94
LBMFT2 Long Beach Wed 1000A  Memphis Sat 1100A    94

LBSAT operated only on Wednesday if there was more traffic than the two LBMFT trains could handle. It handled the El Paso and San Antonio blocks.

LBSAT Long Beach Wed 600A  San Antonio Fri 550A  94

LXBAT began in early 1987 operating about once a week via the Coast Div and handled APL containers.

LXBAT Long Beach 200A  Oakland 1100P  87

LXBRT began in November 1987 handling APL containers about once per week.

LXCHT began in December 1986 and operated daily. It handled TOFC and double stack containers.

LXCHT Long Beach 1100P  Kansas City 600P  2 3/87
LXCHT Long Beach 1201P  Kansas City 1159P  2 7/87

LXLAT began in March 1987 and operated daily to connect with trains LAMFF, LADAF, and LAHOF.

LXLAT Long Beach 700A  Los Angeles 955A  87

LXMFA began in November 1986 and only lasted a couple months. It was combined with train LXNTA to Corsicana and handled autos, TOFC, and double stacks for Shreveport, Pine Bluff, and Memphis.

LXMFA Corsicana 515P  Memphis 100P  1 3/87

Southern
Pacific train symbol LXMFT at Dunlay, TX
Southern Pacific train symbol LXMFT at Dunlay, TX

LXMFF began in late 1986 as the LXMFT and handled Pine Bluff and Memphis TOFC. It became train LXMFF in August 1987.

LXMFT Long Beach 1100P  Memphis 500A  5 87

LXNOT began in December 1986 and picked up Houston and New Orleans TOFC at Yuma from the OANOT, PTMFT, and EUPXM.

LXNOT Long Beach 1100P  Avondale Yard 800A  4 87

LXNTA began in December 1986 and handled North Texas, Memphis, New Orleans, and Houston TOFC and autos.

LXNTA Long Beach 200A  Midlothian 630A  3 87

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