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January 30th- Rob Robbins Tries Dispatching

posted Feb 2, 2014, 1:37 PM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Feb 2, 2014, 1:56 PM ]
Tonight Rob Robbins, the owner of the Marshall and East Texas Railroad (M&ET) took a turn at dispatching the Sue Line, with some very good results.


Tonight also saw some foreign power on the Sue Line-


Pennsylvania Railroad #4301, a steam locomotive  was first spotted heading north out of Sue City.


Here we see the Pennsylvania 4301 locomotive and tender in Pinecrest.


A close-up shot of Pennsylvania #4301 also in Pinecrest.


Three Sue Line GP-40s, see here in Sue City, are taking a manifest northward to Shreveport.


A Norfork Southern (NS) and
a Burlington Northern & Santa Fe (BNSF)
are awaiting their train.


Marvin Bennett, Jr. is busy working the Paper Plant in Lake Hamilton.


Charlie DeVillbiss is on a road job in Brandon (above, right).
Marvin Bennett, Jr. (above, far left) and
Lionel Brangham (above,left) are busy in Maryville.


Danny Garland (above) is busy moving cuts of cars in BUSY Yard.



Jim Willis (above, left) is in Riverfront Yard while
Danny Garland and Mose Crews are in Ginnings Yard.


A good sized load is waiting in Maryville.


The road between
Morgan
(to the left) and
Brandon (to the right) is empty.

A special thanks to Charles Kneipp for the photos of this session.


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