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March 7th- Back to Normal or Usual

posted Mar 9, 2013, 11:19 AM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Mar 9, 2013, 11:58 AM ]
Some say that tings are never normal on the Sue Line, but at lease things were back to usual- We had power!


The refinery at Sherwood was back on-line and all was well.


Jim Willis (above) was back in Alexandria
as the Yard Master.


Marvin Bennett, Jr. was back on duty in Maryville
as the Maryville Operator (MOP).


Charlie DeVillbiss (above) was on duty in Sue City
as the Sue City Operator (SCO).


Rob Robbins (above) was on duty in Shreveport
as the Yard Master.


Out on the mainline, Mose Crews (above) is busy
in Maryville with Train 630 The Sue City Morning Turn.


Rodney Dixon (above) is busy with his
North bound train in Sue City.


Ken Ellison (above) is switching his
South bound train in Brandon.


Lionel Brangham (above) is carefully checking his
South bound train as he switches in Leming.


Danny Garland (above) is rechecking his paper work
while he switches his South bound train in North Park.


Paul Harwell (above) is switching his
South bound train in Jeauxville.


Noah, was once again joining the Sue Line regulars.


Once again, Chief Dispatcher, Richard Kamm
was overseeing the evening's FUN.

SHOTS ALONG THE WAY........
All photos for this session were supplied by
Rob Robbins and Ken Ellison.
Thanks to both of you for the memories you keep for us.


Thank goodness the work train has been put way.
On a team track with the Colvin Lines in Robert's Crossing.


Another carload of pulpwood is being picked up
in Robert's Crossing.


Looking south towards Leming
and James Grain.


Looking East at the north end of Brandon.


DeVillbiss Rail Service next door to
Sherwin Williams Paint in North Park.


I.C. Sparks in North Park.


Looking South towards Dutchman Falls.


The forest near Sherwood.


The Riverboat in north Jeauxville.


The mainline between Sue City and
Robert's Crossing.


Looking South at the north end of Shreveport.


Looking west at the Lake Hamilton Paper Company.


Under the Interstate at Alexandria Yard.
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