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May 10th- More FUN

posted May 16, 2012, 6:33 PM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated May 16, 2012, 7:08 PM ]
The fun just keep coming. Every week seems to be more fun than the previous session. Tonight was no exception.


Rob Robbins (above) was recalling fun sessions from
the past before we started.Very soon, Rob Robbins
would be running a local from Shreveport to Alexandria.

Waiting to get his first assignment of the evening, we see
Charlie DeVilbiss (above), who would soon be on a freight
that is headed from Alexandria to Shreveport.

Lionel Brangham (above) is awaiting his assignment, but he
has wandered down the the paper mill in Lake Hamilton
to see what is happening there.

Ron Dixon (above) is checking his train in I-49 West Yard
before leaving with an extra board fast freight.

Charles Kneipp (above) was the"Keeper of the Ring" to start the session.

Later, when a work issue called Charles Kneipp away,
Ken Ellison (above) took over as the "Keeper of the Ring".
Ken Elison also took the photos from the session.


Mose Crews (above) kept trains moving in Shreveport.

Danny Garland (above) move over to run Sue City.

Paul Harwell (above) was the Maryville Operator and
had switching to do on the E-Branch, Maryville and Lake Hamilton.

Marvin Bennett, Jr. (above) is using his WiiThrottle
to build up trains in Alexandria Yard.

Things are quiet at the Colvin Family Lines crossing. at RCX Tower.

At James Grain in Leming, we see that things are only a little livelier.

Main Street in Maryville, now that is were the real action is!

Business appears to be good in Sue City.

A long Z-train heads north from Maryville by
Crews Siding
and on to Shreveport Yard.

Layers of business- Trucks over trains in RCX.