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June 26th- Small Group, BIG FUN

posted Jun 28, 2014, 1:23 PM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Jun 28, 2014, 2:25 PM ]
As often in the summer, other things occupy our time. So it was this night as eight members of the SUE LINE Crew had a night full of fun.


Let's catch a ride on SUE LINE Train 75, a northbound grain train (above) . Here we see the SUE LINE 3909, a GP-39, at the freight depot in Leming.


Train 75, a northbound grain train, (above) is seen at RCX.


Train 75, a northbound grain train, (above) is next seen near Crawley's Ridge.


Train 75, a northbound grain train (above) is noted just south of Sue City.


Entering Sue City, Train 75, a northbound grain train (above)
meets a southbound container train.


The lead unit of Train 75, SUE LINE, 3909, a GP-39, (above)
is noted on the interchange track at Sue City.


A southbound manifest (above) is noted on the east mainline in Sue City.


The north end of Sue City shows two local switchers working.
A Kansas City Southern (KCS) diesel (above, front) and a
Chesapeake and Ohio (C&O)
steam locomotive (above, back)).


Train 75, a northbound grain train (above) is seen moving through Robinson.


We next see Train 75, (above) a northbound grain train
 at the south end of Brandon.


Train 75, a northbound grain train (above) is seen
moving into Union Street Yard.

SHOTS ALONG THE WAY---


North Park Industry (above).


Reflection (above) at the south end of Sue City.


Passing the Sperry Rail Car #126 (above) at Robert's Crossing.


Looking back on passing the Sperry Rail Car #126 (above) at Robert's Crossing.


A quiet time in Sue City. A Kansas City Southern (KCS)
(above, front) local switcher and a northbound freight (above, back).


The Chesapeake and Ohio (above,back) local switcher in Sue City
along with another northbound local freight
(above, front).


A northbound freight (above) in Robinson.


A northbound freight (above) crossing a state highway.


A southbound freight (above) leaving BUSY Yard.


A southbound freight (above, front) and
a local freight (above, back) in Brandon.


A southbound freight (above) in south Sue City.
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