We also had the "Cab track" where we kept cabooses and the clerks would service them with coal, towels, tissue, soap and water for the tank. There was also a "house track" where the switchers would park. The "pocket" was a short stub track across from the depot where other engines also were parked, or stored, along with a car or two when necessary. At the shops where I worked for a time, there was a track called the "pit track" because it was in a narrow cut so that the cars would be level with the shop driveway. This, so we could load and unload cars and get M19 Motor cars out of box cars. I remember there was one fella who was always getting his fork lift "stuck" by allowing a wheel to drop down between the car and the pavement! It wasn't dangerous, and the lift couldn't fall between there, but it was annoying as we would have to bring another lift or tractor to pull him out. He did it so much, I began to think he was doing it on purpose! This "pit track" also had to be bridged every morning with a huge runway thing that we set across the track. This allowed mules and fork lifts to travel from the shop to Stores department. When the switcher came to switch the yard, we would attach some purpose-made holders so the fork lift could insert the forks in there and remove the bridge. When the engine was done pulling the yard, the bridge was set back in place and the screw-down holders were removed so everything could travel again. At one time things were lax and there were no blue flags protecting the track(s). One day a switcher came in and *almost* ran into the bridge. After that incident, another ritual was added: the shop forces HAD to set the blue flags in place on both yard leads every morning around 7:30. If the switch engine came in, he stopped near the "scale house track" and called us on the radio BEFORE entering the yard. Another time, the engine came in on the "upper lead" of the shop, and someone (not the person that set the flag there--a big NO-NO!) removed the blue flag. The switcher almost ran in on top of a repair crew working on a Tamper!!!!!!!!!! BIG stink!!!!!!