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July 28th- Back to Basics

posted Jul 31, 2011, 9:16 AM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Aug 1, 2011, 4:22 AM ]
Last week was a world of fun with guests running the layout, but now it was time to get back to basics- running trains Sue Line style.

SP piggyback train passing through Leming.

Once again,Danny Garland (above) took the controls at Shreveport.

Jason Busey (above) took control of Sue City. Jason is using his
iPhone as a WiThrottle to run the two local switchers at Sue City.

Mose Crews (above) was in charge of the Maryville Operator Position
(MOP) and is seen switching in Lake Hamilton.

Once again, we find Jim Willis (above) at the throttle in Alexandria .

The mainline was busy as usual. Here we see Lionel Brangham (above) working his train in Maryville.

Charlie DeVillbiss was also on the mainline. Charlie DeVillbiss (above) is busy working a train in North Park.

Todd Tessier (above) is seen waiting for his train to arrive in Brandon.

Ken Ellison (above) was busy with the SP pig train as it is moving thru Leming.

Rodney Dixon (above) also Kept trains busy on the mainline.

Rounding out the mainline was Rob Robbins (above, left) who brought along his grand-daughter Kaylee (above, right).

The Assistant Dispatcher for the evening was Matt Tessier (above). Matt also supplied the photos for the evening.

Dispatcher for the evening was Richard Kamm.


The South side of Stone Canyon.

The South side of Baffin Bay.

Lake Katheryn, just south of Jeauxville ad just north of Richardson..

CSX 1500 switching cars.

The Diesel Facility at Alexandria.

As usual, all was not play. Here we see Jim Willis (above) doing
some maintenance on a Dual Zone Master in Dutchman Falls.