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February 23rd- Slow Start, but a Good Time by All..

posted Feb 25, 2012, 1:23 PM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Feb 25, 2012, 2:23 PM ]
The evening started out slow, very slow. The first call down to the Dispatcher's Office was that the turnout in South Jeauxville did not work. The power wires which supply the Turnouts via the TC-64, were reversed. A quick change solved that problem. The next call to the Dispatcher's Office was that none of the T9000e throttles worked. The WiiThrottles worked just fine, but not the T9000e throttles. After a little looking around it was discovered that the EasyDcc throttle line was shotrted. Again a quick fix and everything wasa working.

Mose Crews (above) appears to be enjoying the RailPro System from Ring Engineering (www.ringengineering.com).

Ron Brannon (above) was back in town and appears
to be enjoying his north bound local in Leming.

Ken Ellison (above) appears to be "screwing around" while
waiting on his next train assignment.

Marvin Bennett (above) is about to bring his
train out of I-49 Yard in Blanchard.

Rodney Dixon (above) is checking his switch list before
leaving on his south bround extra train from
I-49 Yard in Blanchard.

The always alert Danny Garland (above) is
overseeing Shreveport Yard.

Lionel Brangham (above) appears to be having
a good time as the Shreveport Public Belt
Operator in Keithvile.

Rob Robbins (above) is back as the Maryville Operator.

Charlie DeVillbiss (above) rounded out the crew
as the Alexandria Yard Master.


The Yards of Blanchard and Alexandria.

Looking South towards Richardson.

Flying a Kite at South Morgan.

The Shreveport Public Belt yard at Keithville.

Looking East at Robert's Crossing.

Another shot in Robert's Crossing.

A final shot in Robert's Crossing.

Tonight's photos were taken by Rob Robins and Ken Ellison.