I hope someone can help me figure this out. In looking through an August 1969 Official Guide under the CB&Q as well as an April 1971 issue (last before Amtrak) I see a notation for all stations on the line crossing the very southern tier of Nebraska that indicates On the line indicated. Not shown in time-tables. There is not any symbol showing For freight only. The line enters the state at Rulo,passes through Table Rock, Pawnee, Superior, Red Cloud and Orleans before joining the Chicago-Denver mainline at Oxford. Was this possibly a mail and express train or a single coach passenger train that was run in order to protect some bygone tax agreement? Perhaps someone has an employee timetable from this period that could shed some light on the subject. Thanks for any help.