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August 8th- Marvin Bennett, Jr. and Train 127

posted Aug 9, 2013, 11:52 AM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Aug 9, 2013, 1:25 PM ]
It was another warm night, but again this did not stop the members of the Sue Line crew from having a good time. This week Marvin Bennett, Jr. was on the mainline on Train 127.

Train 127 is just leaving Crew Change as Amtrak Train 49 arrives.

With no switching south of Maryville, Train 127
is making good time and soon is crossing
Mary Anne Bridge to enter North Park.

With few trains south of Maryville, Train 127 continues
to make good time and soon enters Pinecrest.

Train 127 continues pass the corn field north of Pinecrest.

Train 127 is seen crossing Great Bridge.

Train 127 is now north of Maryville.

Up on the E-Branch, a partially loaded truck is noted.

All appears quiet as a switcher works the E-Branch.

Train 127 passes the station in Leming.

Train 127 also passes the station at Robert's Crossing.

Train 127 is crossing the interchange with
The Colvin Family Lines at RCX.

Leaving Robert's Crossing, Train 127 heads for Crawley's Ridge.

Train 127 is just south of Sue City.

Train 127 continues northward through Sue City.

Train 127 is leaving Sue City.

Train 127 is between Sue City and Robinson.

Train 127 passes through Robinson.

From the highway bridge on the south end of Brandon,
Train 310 can be seen heading off to Underworld.

After Train 310 clears Brandon, Train 127 checks in at the station.

Train 127 is leaving Brandon.

At South Morgan, Train 127 passes through the woods.

Entering Union Street Yard, the power from Train 127
gets ready to leave the caboose on the caboose track (Track 50).

Moving on into Busy Yard,
the power from Train 127 leaves the cars.

Now, just a power lite move, the power from Train 127
enters River Front Yard.

The power from Train 127 heads towards
the Diesel Facility in Ginnings Yard.

Entering Ginnings Yard, the power from Train 127
passes by another caboose track.

Finally the power from Train 127 enters the Diesel Facility.

The Sue Line Crew
hopes you enjoyed this weeks trip
and will joint us again next week.