13 images. Train inquest, 2 February 1956. Robert B. Stacy (of Brake company); Arthur Murdoc; S. Ernest Roll; Walter Heuvner (Master Mechanic); Adolf Alexander; Harold K. Lanning (Research engineer of Santa Fe); Afton S. Clapp; John Bifry (regional engineer for Santa Fe); J. Allen Cambell; Clifton Milne (of Public Utilities); John McGhee; Elkon French; William Hines (Brakeman) (Sleeve reads: A-11701-002).; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Monteverde. Date: 1956-02-02. Assignment: Train inquest. 54: John McGhee, tower telegrapher. 43: Chair car attendant Elkon French. 51: William Hines. 44: Brakedown. 48: Afton S. Clapp, Santa Fe engineer who makes L.A.-S.D. run regularly. 39: John B. Fry, regional engineer for Santa Fe. 40: J. Allen Cambell of Westinghouse Brakes. 53: Clinton Milne of Public Utilities. 45: Robert B. Stacy of Brake company. 46: Arthur Murdoc shows how engineer holds controls as Ernie Roll asks questions. 1: L to R. Walter Huevner, master mechanic with Santa Fe & Adold Alexander asking questions. 2: Harold K. Lanning research engineer of Santa Fe. 47: Harold K. Lanning, research engineer shows on map & enlarged replica of speed tape where 15 mph marker was - Adolf Alexander asks questions".