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November 3rd- Another Cool Night

posted Nov 5, 2011, 6:53 AM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Nov 5, 2011, 7:51 AM ]
The weather is slowly changing, but the action stays HOT on Thursday nights.


Mose Crews (above) shown near the Diesel Facility in Shreveport, was the Shreveport Yard Master.


Paul Harwell (above) shown in Keithville, was the Shreveport Public Belt Operator.


Charlie DeVillbiss (above) was the Sue City Operator.



Rob Robbins (above), shown in Eastman, was the Maryville Operator (MOp).
Yes, once again, Rob is NOT that tall, he is standing on a box.


Once again, Jim Willis (above) was the Alexandria Yard Master.


Lionel Brangham (above) appears happy as his south bound local arrives in PInecrest.


Danny Garland (above) watches as his northbound train prepares to leave Richardson.


Charles Kneipp (above) appears concerned as hi south bound local leave South Morgan.


Ron Brannon (above) is attentative as his south bound extra arrives in North Park.


Rodney Dixon (above) has his south bound extra train running through Leming.


John Whitehurst (above, black shirt) a returning visitor from Longview, Texas,,
switches his northbound extra train at Sue City.
John Whitehurst was accompanied by his son, Russell Whitehurst (above, red shirt).


Keeping a watchful eye over the session was Dispatcher David Colvin.


THE SCENERY FAIRY RETURNS......


Doran OIl and Gas (the D.O.G.) is growing in Sherwood.


The trees are growing at Lake Kathryn, between Jeauxville and Richardson.


A new business is just starting up in Sherwood next door to Gaspard's Freight.


A new industry is just taking shape in North Park- Brangham Industries.
I understand that they make locomotives.
Will the be Lionel or Tyco?


Construction has just begun on the new Bob's Meatballs in North Park.


The new offices of KickSum Glass in North Park are also taking shape.


The Sherwin Williams Pain Company in North Park is also making a splash!

Good Job Scenery Fairy.....
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