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December 22nd- T'was the week before Christmas....

posted Dec 26, 2011, 9:22 AM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Dec 26, 2011, 9:48 AM ]
The Sue Line crew was busy as usual with a great operating session.

Charlie DeVillbiss (above) was busy sorting cars in Gutierrez Yard
for delivery by the Shreveport Public Belt.

Matt Te3ssier (above) home for the holidays from University of Louisiana Monroe,
was busy on the E-Branch as the Maryville Operator (MOp).

Jim Willis (above), looking a little like Santa,
once again kept the Alexandria Yard moving freight.

Mose Crews (above) took on thew duties of the Sue City Operator and
kept traffic moving through Sue City at a steady pace.

Danny Garland (above) uses his WiThrottle to keep Shreveport Yard moving.

The mainline was kept busy as well.

Marvin Bennett (above) is working a north bound freight in Robinson.

Rodney Dixon (above) look happy and festive as he prepares
to take a train out of I-49 Yard in Blanchard.

Lionel Brangham (above) is using his
WiThrottle while switching in North Park.
Rumor has it that Lionel Brangham has 13 cars to put in
North Park and only one to pick up.

Rob Robbins (above) has just brought his north bound freight
into Dutchman Falls and is preparing to switch.

Paul Harwell (above, left) appears to be enjoying his time in North Park.
Jim Willis (above, right) is working a train in I-49 West Yard.

Ken Ellison (above) checks his WiThrottle before start his train out of I-49 Yard.
Once again Ken provided the photos of this session.


A north bound local pulls into Robinson.

The yard is busy in Shreveport.

Apparently, not all the steam is gone, at least not in North Park.

A local freight is busy with a run-around in Jeauxville.

Getting buffer cars to avoid putting a loco on the ferry boat at Jeauxville.

 Alexandria Yard is busy.

The south bound tank train (Train 70) enters Maryville from the north.

The south bound tank train (Train 70) meets a north bound freight on Ferne Bridge.