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December 8th- Snoopy is Coming to Town

posted Dec 10, 2011, 6:26 PM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Dec 15, 2011, 8:46 PM ]
There have been rumors for about a week of s strange siting ob the Sue Line-  Some say it was Santa and others say it is Snoopy- who (below) do you think it is?


Back in the "real world":


The Christmas Special was brought by Marvin Bennett (above) who joined us again as a guest. Maurice Bennett is seen working a train in North Park.



Charles Kneipp (above) waits for his train to arrive in Robert's Crossing.


Matt Tessier (above) was home for the holidays from
The University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM)
and is switching his train in Sue City.


Lionel Brangham (above) is switching his train in North Park.


Mose Crews (above) is about to take his train from the I-49 West Yard in Blanchard.


David Colvin (above, file photo) was also busy on the mainline.


Jim Willis (above) was busy as usual in Alexandria Yard as the yardmaster.
What kind of locomotive is it thatJim Willis is about to couple up with?
Could this be a sign of the future?


Danny Garland was also busy as the Shreveport Yard Master.


Charlie DeVillbiss (above) was the Sue City Operator and was busy all night.

SHOTS FROM ALONG THE WAY......
(Photos courtesy of Ken Ellison)


Business is good at the grain elevator in Keithville.


Business is also good at the Duran OIl and Gas Company (DOG) is Sherwood.


It even looks like the campsite on Baffin Island is busy.


John Allen Oil (above) in Jeauxville is also busy.
Yes, the structure is really from John Allen
via Cliff Robinson.


Gator Oil (above) in Pinecrest is busy.


There is even a lot of traffic on the I-49 Bridge in Blanchard.


Bob's Meat Ball in North Park even looks busy.


Just a final reminder, Snoopy and Santa will be here soon.
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