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January 31st- End of the Month, but NOT the End of the FUN.

posted Feb 3, 2013, 5:45 PM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Feb 3, 2013, 6:35 PM ]
It was another good night for the Sue Line Crew:

Mose Crews (above) as the Sue City Switcher.
As usual Mose Crews kept train traffic flowing in Sue City.

Marvin Bennet Jr. (above) was busy as usual
as the Maryvile Operator (MOp).

Jim Willis (above) returned after having some back
problems to keep busy as the Alexandria Yard Master.

Rob Robbins (above, file photo) took on the Shreveport Yard Master job.
Rob Robbins also took photos of this session, but forgot to get a
photo of himself. Many thanks Rob---


Charlie DeVillbiss (above) working his train in
North Park, kept trains humming on the mainline.

Danny Garland (above) is using his WiiThrottle in
Union Street Yard are he prepares to run the mainline.

Charles Kneipp (above) is heading his train into
Dutchman Falls using his WiiThrottle.

Paul Harwell (above) also kept trains rolling
on the mainline.

Lionel Brangham (above) is checking his paperwork
before hitting the mainline at Richardson.

Rodney Dixon (above)heading his train
into Brandon, appears to be enjoying
running trains on the mainline.


The business in Caddo Grain in Shreveport look good.

It looks quiet in the B&E Fruit shed it Shreveport.

The tide must be out in the south end of Sue City.

James Grain in Leming looks quiet.

A couple of workers at seen at
the freight depot in Leming.

Shipper's Place on the E-Branch looks busy.

The Station at Eagleton  looks busy.

Bob's Produce in Eagleton appears busy.

A north bound freight waits on the mainline in Maryville.

Looking Northward in Shreveport Yard and Diesel Facility.

a shot in Jeauxville shows that steam
still lives (and runs) on the Sue Line.

The Chemical complex in Sherwood is shaping up.

The Yard in South Alexandria.