Arcadia served as a junction point with the Parson Subdivision. Between Arcadia and Pittsburg, "it" too was all about coal, and during the peak years of production, a daily, except Sunday, "Mine Switcher", train 152 and train 153, left Pittsburg during the evening and made a turn to Arcadia. Traffic was sufficient on the Parson Sub and the Ash Grove Sub to require that the station at Arcadia be manned during 2 tricks. After the war and until the end of its existence, service between Arcadia and Pittsburg was rendered by extras. The Frisco served the H & H Mine at C-119.5 with a 35 car siding.