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 - I r S. P. Railway Washed Out by Cloudbursts;...
I r S. P. Railway Washed Out by Cloudbursts; Santa Fe Still Blocked; 2-Inch 2-Inch 2-Inch Rain at Dalil 'louds continued to lower over A ibuque : que and most of New Mcx-ico Mcx-ico Mcx-ico Sunday, while a few showers b. ought e-f e-f e-f an in- in- h of ram t" the Duke Ci'y up to Sunday gt.t waking a to'a! recorded pie-pUa'i'.n pie-pUa'i'.n pie-pUa'i'.n of ?f rf an inch for Sat u ; da v and S jnrla t fiP"C t nse; to pre tied va.l Rio re- re- O';. condu.ons wer throucii Monday. During the day the M'ddie Grande 0n-er 0n-er 0n-er aney Ijisirl't pai.ed the few breaks that i 'iri-ei 'iri-ei 'iri-ei m dyke !" - run-offs, run-offs, run-offs, county road-er road-er road-er work levelling 1 J irg Satii-clay's Satii-clay's Satii-clay's and the rp.y and s were put to ff the rough spots the d: and i i t a rr roads thrrc ;bou! the oun'y. r.ien'.im. fi e ','nnta Fe i -e-.' -e-.' -e-.' -e-.' s to Ra i i : ys;. iters yhxo GiUjs4 tjfco:t Ula into tfee- tfee- vwfcvut, urday when the flood waters proved to be too powerful for i's found itions. It Was not believed the damage could be repaired before before Wednesday, railroad men said. Trains througn Albuquerque ere, therefore, forced to be re-rouled re-rouled re-rouled over th In cut-off cut-off cut-off l y way of i'ane la S. P. In Tremble The So-j'lirrn So-j'lirrn So-j'lirrn Pa' i fie Sjs'om also also was in Could'.- Could'.- on account of ciotid'oji-s's ciotid'oji-s's ciotid'oji-s's near t'arrizox. The washouts o'eurred at U'ca and ''oyofe and totalled in le;.g h. Three p out ; Ol'l feet !' were t.ed up in Carrizozi undoteruune d number of g, trains were being L r 11 at Vaug! on tne other ,d ff 'l.e washou! Amos ph. Mip. n?;neer of ":ti (': 'eft car: ':.-', ':.-', ':.-', a' J : : 1...- 1...- V. bile the train was running full spee.l, Phillips said, be saw the trai ks beace "like a bubble and buit down the hillside." He said be se'areely brotiglit the fain to s stop before reaching the break. Rain at Datll T'' o inches of rain were reported in the vicinity of Danl by Charles allies, Forest Seivice einploye. Houes at Pcdvadeio, L'-mltar. L'-mltar. L'-mltar. Sabinal and Bosque were flooded, he said. Most yf the flood-naters flood-naters flood-naters In the area, be said, vv routing from the Magdilena ranges. lainsj 'The rain was so heavy at JUg-1 JUg-1 JUg-1 an . dab na." b'j said, "that from a elis-I'. elis-I'. elis-I'. tanre It looked more like a dust- dust- "torm than rain." He warned drivers drivers header towaid t'at I to beware of sudden arrovn noodr. Moid Cia-i Cia-i Cia-i an Inr-h Inr-h Inr-h of rain, dur-i dur-i dur-i r ' t '; p : ! t lir' e ila. s, fell CftUc4 Oa ti five

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  1. Albuquerque Journal,
  2. 28 Jun 1937, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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