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November 14th- Back on Track, Well Amost...

posted Nov 16, 2013, 9:13 AM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Nov 16, 2013, 9:40 AM ]
This session, unlike last week's, has documentation thanks to Ken Ellison and Jim Willis.

A string of covered hoppers are being loaded at G&P Grain in North Park.

Another string of grain cars are noted in River Front Yard.

Everything looks quiet at the Marshall & East Texas (MET)
Freight Transfer in North Park.

The shed at Brangham Industries in North Park
looks like it could use some repairs.

It appears that the Crews Recycled Automobile Parts
in North Park could also use some repairs.

A caboose hop is taking locomotives and a caboose
from River Front Yard to the diesel facility at Ginnings Yard.


Here we see a southbound train with NoLaCRA  units
racing by two northbounds trains at Richardson.
Let's climb aboard the lead Union Pacific unit of the
northbound freight.

Our northbound train leaves the wooded area between
Richardson and Jeauxville.

Our northbound train slows slightly as it enters Jeauxville.

Our northbound freight passes by the woods near Sherwood.

Our northbound freight snakes between
several tracks loaded with outbound
cars at North Park.


Can you tell where this is?