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Re: Average no. of trains during the oil boom

December 02, 2017 05:35PM
Farmington had many industrial tracks in the area with El Paso National Gas and Conoco being two of the bigger ones. Siding at Cedar Hill, Inca, Aztec and Flora Vista were used for car storage so the trains were usually pretty small when they finally reached Farmington.
Maurice Case said he remembered one day with three trains on the line: two freights and a work train.
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