So, I'm doing research for an upcoming layout redesign, and I'm trying to improve the realism of operations. I'm looking for train numbers assigned to trains that move cars between yards in the late 70's. They're above local grade, but not a hot shot through freight either. Here's what I have so far: KC-Springfield was handled by trains 61/62. For example, 61 would originate at Rosedale in KC, drop off cars at Ft. Scott for the locals to spot on the Ash Grove/Afton Subs, pick up anything bound for Springfield, then terminate at Springfield to be resorted. Springfield-Memphis I think was trains 234/235 Springfield-St. Louis I think was trains 35/36 Ft. Scott to Tulsa I'm not sure which pair of trains handled this traffic. I can kind of remember reading a story somewhere here on the site about 130/139 handling this type of traffic, but its real fuzzy. The biggest question I have at this point is Tulsa-Springfield. All of the train numbers listed in the 1979 time table are through trains as far as I can tell. Did one of them have assignment to stop to pick up/set out traffic along the way? As always, if I'm way off on what I think is right, let me know.