I found some old notes and sketches that I made ages ago, and put them together in these diagrams. Take a look and see how good my notes are. After CTC was installed on the Old East Belt, and before the New East Belt was built during 1960, the area depicted in these diagrams saw Lebanon Sub, Clinton Sub, and Willow Springs Sub passenger traffic and Willow Springs and Ozark Br freight traffic. The area is full of industries, and local switching moves occurred around the clock. The Clinton Sub passenger trains were the first to disappear, and after the Willow Springs Sub freights were routed over the New East Belt, only the mainline passenger trains, Ozark Br traffic, and the local switching remained. With the demise of the Oklahoman and the Southland, only the local traffic and Ozark Br trains remained. In spite of the much lower traffic levels, the Frisco did not alter the signaling or track arrangement until about 1975. During this time, it removed the signals, the MK Jct passing track, and the MP crossing. Around 1978 or 1979, the Frisco severed the line between Cherry Street and WS Junction.