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November 1st- A New Month, A New Guest, Perhaps a New Member?

posted Nov 2, 2012, 8:26 PM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Nov 3, 2012, 7:20 AM ]
Joining the Sue Line Crew to share his 10th birthday was Matthew Remington (below).Here we see Matthew Browning with radio and throttle as he brings his train into I-69 Yard in Alexandria.


Matthew Browning is the nephew of Sue Line regular, David Colvin (below). Here we see David Colvin checking his train in I-49 Yard in Blanchard.


The mainline was full of trains as seven engineers help the traffic steady.


Ron Brannon (above) appears to be enjoying the session as
he awaits his next Extra Board assignment.


Rodney Dixon (above) is also watching the
assignment board for his next Extra Board Train.


Charles Kneipp (above, left) is busy checking his
switchlist before leaving I-49 Yard in Blanchard.


Paul Harwell (above) looks happy as he switches his train in Sue City.


Charlie DeVillbiss (above) is getting his gear ready to take out his Extra Board Train.


Ken Ellison (above) is watching as his south bound train enters  Leming.
Once again, Ken Ellison took the photos of this session.


Jerry Jones (above) once again has journeyed from Longview, Texas,
to joint in the FUN. Welcome back!


Alexandria Yard was under the direction of Lionel Brangham (above).


Marvin Bennett, Jr. is seen working the Lake Hamilton Paper Company
as part of his job as the Maryville Operator (MOp).


Danny Garland (above) was busy all night as the Sue City Operator.


Jim Willis (above) kept traffic moving on the Shreveport Public Belt Line.


Mose Crews (above) has his eye on the operations in
Shreveport as the Shreveport Yard Master.


The session was overseen by Chief Dispatcher Richard Kamm (above).


SHOTS ALONG THE WAY.........


              A South Bound Train passes thru Brandon.


The same South Bound Train passes the MUT spur on the way to Robinson.


Robinson is nothing but Oil.                     


The South Bound crosses a dirt road as it leaves Robinson.


                 Amtrak appears to be here to stay.


I appears that the road crew will never get done.


A South Bound train awaits the arrival of
the Northbound Amtrak Demo Train.


Here you may be looking at the future of the hobby.
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