The Frisco's Clinton Sub and the MoP's Osawatamie Sub paralleled each between a point near Leeds and Dodson, where the lines crossed at grade. It is important to note that both lines were located in the Big Blue River Valley. The river flooded several times during the sixties, and the MoP wanted to raise its track a couple of feet or so. The lines were close enough that if the MP raised its track, the Frisco would have to raise its track as well. The Frisco was unwilling to expend that kind of money. Instead, it would retire the Clinton Sub between MP D-11.3 (thereafter known as Blue Valley or BV Junction) and Dodson. Trackage rights on the MoP would be obtained between those two points. In the summer of 1967 work commenced on that retirement. Here are a few shots taken of a lone Brownhoist as it works to remove the rails. Photos were taken just north of Blue Parkway.